Thursday, February 09, 2006

[911InsideJobbers] From 9/11 "survival" to 7/7 "informant"

Lesson 1:
Save someone's life and turn his son into the next patsy idiot:

From 9/11 "survival" to 7/7 "informant"
Wed Feb 08 2006

"...A terror informant arrested in 2004 identified one of the London transit
system suicide bombers as a possible threat, according to U.S. officials who
said the tip was too vague to foil last year’s deadly attack...

...The informant, Mohammed Junaid Babar, identified Khan as a potential
terrorist, said the officials, who spoke on condition of anonymity because
the investigation is based in Britain...

7/7- "Informant" jailed in 2004 was under surveillance by UK
August 11, 2004

"...A New York man has admitted to smuggling money and military supplies to
a senior member of al Qaeda in Pakistan...
...Babar is believed to have been associated with a group in London known as
al Muhajiroun, which includes Pakistani terrorists, according to law
enforcement sources.

Al Muhajiroun was under British surveillance and members of the group
purchased nearly a ton of ammonium nitrate..."

But Babar already linked to 9/11 survivors
Don't Drink the Junaid: Part 2

"...Let's review: Junaid was originally a Pakistani citizen but became a
"naturalized" American one a few years ago. Both of his parents moved to the
United States with him, both of them from Pakistan as well.

Junaid's mother was on the ninth floor of one of the World Trade Center
towers on September 11th but managed to survive. In November 2001 he shocked
the world:
"...Mohammed Junaid's mother was led to safety from the blazing World Trade
Centre by New York's brave firefighters and policemen. ..

...But 26-year-old Junaid's thank you has shocked New York.

In return for saving his mum's life, the Islamic-American has turned traitor
and bought a one-way ticket to Pakistan to sign up for the Taliban and kill

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