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Old 25-08-2008, 03:46 PM   #1
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Default $100,000 Wire Tranfser Story

I am constantly being told by members of the 911 'truth' community that Pakistani Inter Services Intelligence chief, Lt. Gen. Mahmoud Ahmad, ordered Saeed Sheikh to send $100,000 to Mohammed Atta.
Atta being the ringleader of the 911 highjackings.
The 'truthers' use this as their excuse why they consider 911 not to be solely a zionist crime.
I am sure you have heard the same arguments.

However, my view is simple. $100k is equal to £50k a relatively small amount of money when you are asking people to kill themselves and others. £50k does not even buy you a range rover so how can it possibly pay for the 911 operation. Flight schools, hotels, car hire, trips to lap dancing clubs, casinos, for not one but 19 people.

In my opinion the whole $100,000 wire transfer story is a hoax. Yes it happened, but think about it logically, if you were paying a terrorist money to finance him you would not send it by Western Union would you? And you certainly would not pay using your real name and address.
You would hand the person a brown paper bag with cash.
$100k is a very small amount of money after all and easy to post in a jiffy bag.
This story about the wire transfer has been deliberately planted as a disinformation. To divert people away from accusing Israel. THink about it. Would you ever have a situation where Eliza Manningham Buller sends by wire transfer £50,000 to an M15 agent using her own name and account? Ofcourse not. So why would the CIA trained head of Pakistani secret services be any more stupid?

THe wire transfer occured. But it is a red herring. Gratefully siezed upon by 'truthers' desperately wanting the finger not to be pointed at Israel.

And i will tell you another reason why this is complete lies. I watched a tv program recently. Dalziel and Pascoe on UK Gold. It featured a Pakistani criminal who sent money to Thailand and was involved in people trafficing. Guess what. He did not send the money by wire transfer, he used a system known as HAWALA.

So my assertion is this. If Pakistani Inter Services Intelligence chief, Lt. Gen. Mahmoud Ahmad did indeed send $100,000 to Mohammed Atta he would have done so NOT by bank wire transfer into a bank account but by hawala and Atta would have simply picked up the cash at a local broker close to where he was based. No names, no paper trail. This is how real world crimes are carried out. The paper trail let behind is therefore deliberate.

911 'truthers' do not be fooled by the wire transfer red herring. 911 was a 100% zionist job from start to finish.

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Old 25-08-2008, 03:55 PM   #2
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Good points, but what if Ahmad and Atta had no idea what they were getting into?
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Old 25-08-2008, 04:07 PM   #3
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The media covered up a lot about the wire transfer story.

IF you know about BCCI, then it is reasonable to assume that the mujahadeen through Pakistan were still under the control of the USA and Britain through the ISI.
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Old 25-08-2008, 04:40 PM   #4
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Prince Bandar and 9/11

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Prince Bandar and 9/11
By Jeffrey Steinberg

Between April 1998 and May 2002, some $51-73,000 in checks and cashier's checks were provided by the Saudi Ambassador to the United States and his wife to two families in southern California, who in turn bankrolled at least two of the 9/11 hijackers. The story was investigated by the 9/11 Commission, but never fully resolved, and remains, to this day, one of the key unanswered questions concerning the backing for the worst terrorist attack ever to occur on U.S. soil.

According to numerous news accounts and the records of the 9/11 Commission, in April 1998, a Saudi national named Osama Basnan wrote to the Saudi Embassy in Washington, D.C., seeking help for his wife, Majeda Dweikat, who needed surgery for a thyroid condition. Prince Bandar bin-Sultan, the Saudi Ambassador, wrote a check for $15,000 to Basnan. Beginning in December 1999, Princess Haifa, the wife of Prince Bandar, began sending regular monthly cashier checks to Majeda Dweikat, in amounts ranging from $2,000 to $3,500. Many of these checks were signed over to Manal Bajadr, the wife of Omar al-Bayoumi, another Saudi living in the San Diego area.

Around New Year's Day 2000, two other Saudi nationals, Nawaf Alhazmi and Khalid Almihdhar, arrived at Los Angeles International Airport, where they were greeted by al-Bayoumi, provided with cash, and outfitted with an apartment, Social Security ID cards, and other financial assistance. Al-Bayoumi helped the two Saudi men to enrolled in flight schools in Florida. Two months before the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks, al-Bayoumi moved to England, and shortly after that, he disappeared altogether. But before his disappearance, and within days of the 9/11 attacks, agents of New Scotland Yard, working in conjunction with the FBI, raided his apartment in England and found papers hidden beneath the floorboards, according to Newsweek magazine, that had the phone numbers of several officials at the Saudi Embassy in Washington. Al-Bayoumi was suspected by the Arab community in the San Diego area of being an agent of Saudi intelligence, which kept tabs on Saudi residents in the area, particularly Saudi students attending college in southern California.

Sources have told EIR researchers that Basnan was also long suspected of being an agent for Saudi Arabia's foreign intelligence service. According to the sources, Basnan was arrested for drug possession in southern California and the Saudi government intervened to get the charges dropped; Basnan also befriended Alhazmi and Almihdhar prior to their deaths on American Airlines Flight 77, which crashed into the Pentagon. At one point, the Basnans, the al-Bayoumis, and the two 9/11 hijackers all lived at the Parkwood Apartments in San Diego.

Prince Bandar and Princess Haifa denied they played any role in financing the 9/11 hijackers, and claimed that they were merely providing charitable assistance to the Saudi community in the United States. The two co-chairs of the Senate Intelligence Committee at the time, Robert Graham (D-Fla.) and Richard Shelby (R-Ala.), accused the FBI of failing to fully pursue this "9/11 money trail." Sources told EIR that the FBI refused to allow the committee to interview the FBI investigators who had probed the Basnan and al-Bayoumi links.

While Congressional and law enforcement sources insist to EIR investigators that all available leads were pursued and no compelling evidence of Saudi involvement in 9/11 was established, other U.S. intelligence sources maintain that many fruitful areas of investigation simply reached dead-ends before any final conclusions could be drawn. And these sources report that some of the Al-Yamamah funds, including some funds that passed through the Riggs Bank accounts in Washington, financed a migration of Muslim Brotherhood members to the United States, throughout the 1980s and 1990s. That hardly constitutes a smoking gun, these sources emphasize, but raises serious unanswered questions, particularly in light of the fact that the official staff reports of the 9/11 Commission featured a detailed debriefing of Khaled Sheikh Mohammed, the purported mastermind of the Sept. 11 attacks, who admitted that he had been a member of the Muslim Brotherhood since he was 16 years old.
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Old 27-08-2008, 02:57 AM   #5
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Prince Bandar is definately a nasty evil piece of work.
One day he will get his.
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