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originally posted by: Vroomfondel
Very simply put, we know that the date/time of the attack is strategic to terrorists. Celebrating anniversaries, religious holidays, etc, are all preferred target dates. 9/11 was a significant date for obvious reasons. Here we are in September once again, and I found it to be an interesting coincidence that 11 airliners are missing from an airport in Libya which could potentially be used in attacks against the US mainland. A variation on the 9/11 theme? Or just dumb coincidence...
originally posted by: sputniksteve
a reply to: Vroomfondel
Can you post a link about 11 missing planes in Libya by chance? I haven't heard this.
As far as anniversaries go, it doesn't seem to make much sense to attack again on the 13th anniversary. I would think it would be the 9th, 11th, or the 20th. But what do I know?