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TA-THREATS: A week of heightened tensions leading to a possible attack...

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posted on Apr, 19 2004 @ 04:12 PM
This is a sequence of events over the past week that could lead up to a new terrorist attack on the United States or her allies...

The Greater Manchester Police forces have arrested a number of suspected terrorists in anti-terror, it is believed that between 10 and 12 men were detained by the forces in a series of raids, they are thought to be connected with extremist organizations such as Al-Qaeda and other islam related terror groups.Our Sources cite these raids based on intelligence of a possible plot to strike high-profile locations in the Northern England area, this may be connected to other cells in london as part of a simultaneous strike.

A barrage of 13 Qassam missiles fired Monday at Nissanit, northern Gaza Strip, and Kibbutz Nahal Oz. One Israeli slightly wounded. Perpetrators unknown.

Condoleeza Rice has stated that the US is bracing for possible terror attacks before November Presidential election.

The London-based self-styled European Al-Qaeda and other groups are on verge of launching a big operation against London or other cities, according to the head of London-based newspaper al-Muhajroun, who is suspected of having ties to al Qaeda,hbe spoke of this to the Portuguese newspaper “Publico.”

Three communities name heads of new Iraqi armed forces: Gen. Baker al-Zibari, 56, Sunni Kurd, who fought Saddam for 30 years, is awarded key post of senior military adviser to Iraqi government. Gen. Amer Al-Hashemi, 58, Sunni Arab who served in Saddam’s army, was appointed chief of staff, Lt.-Gen Daham al-Assal, 63, Shiite trained in US and Britain, named his deputy.

Bin Ladens audio message: The 15/4 release of an audiotape to two Arabic language television stations, Al Jazeera and Al Arabiyah, attributed to Osama Bin Laden is seen by many as a strong indicator of a terror attack within the near future. Taped messages by Bin Laden, or his lieutenant Dr. Ayman al Zawahiri, have historically preceded international terror strikes by Al Qaeda.

An audiotape by Bin Laden was released one week before Madrids bombing. Could we be on the verge of another major attack?

posted on Apr, 20 2004 @ 11:47 AM
This isnt that different to the usual terror alerts. Just the govts doing their usual thing, controling the people through fear of a mostly nonexistant enemy.

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