posted on May, 27 2013 @ 06:25 AM
Originally posted by whatsecret
THE ATTACK LOOMS
Hazmi and Mihdhar were ill-prepared for a mission in the United States. Their only qualifications for this plot were their devotion to Usama Bin
Ladin, their veteran service, and their ability to get valid U.S. visas.
Neither had spent any substantial time in the West, and neither spoke much, if any, English.
'Neither had spent any substantial time in the West.' This was not the original claim. The original claim was 'most
had never been to the
U.S.', not 'two had not spent any substantial time in the West.' So the original claim is still wrong.
'Neither spoke much, if any, English.' This was not the original claim. The original claim was 'most
of whom spoke no
there were 19 hijackers, and 2 is not 'most' of 19. Nor is 'not much, if any' the same as 'none.' So the original claim is still wrong on both
Hazmi and Mihdhar did speak English but not very well, which is why they were told to take English classes:
Upon arriving in San Diego, California, Mihdhar and Hazmi were to train as pilots, but spoke English poorly and did not do well with
Hazmi and Mihdhar were directed to enroll in English-language classes upon arriving in Southern California, so that they could begin
pilot training as soon as possible.
edit on 27/5/13 by Sankari because: (no reason given)