Mon, 09 Mar 2009 08:26:15 GMT
At least 2,970 people died on the morning of September 11, most of them civilians.
New found information has implicated the Israeli Intelligence agency Mossad in the staging of the terror attacks of September 11, 2001.
According to a recent article published in the American Free Press weekly, the revelation that the cousin of alleged 9/11 hijacker Ziad al-Jarrah was in fact working as a longtime Mossad agent is proof that Israel had a hand in the terror attacks on US soil.
The New York Times recently reported that Lebanese national Ali al-Jarrah, a supposedly earnest Palestinian supporter, had been actually working as a highly valued spy for Israel over the past two decades.
Al-Jarrah reportedly admitted that he had been conducting covert espionage activities against Palestinian groups and the Lebanese Hezbollah since 1983.
“It is not the family’s first brush with notoriety. One of Mr. Jarrah’s cousins, Ziad al-Jarrah, was among the 19 hijackers who carried out the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001,” said the Times.
His connections with one of the key masterminds of the terror attacks have fueled speculations about Israel’s recruitment of people claiming to be Muslims as undercover assets.
Israeli connections to 9/11, according to the New York Times, can be traced back to the five ‘dancing Israelis’ who were witnessed jumping and high-fiving with shouts of ‘joy and mockery’ as Flight 11 and Flight 175 slammed into the World Trade Center in New York.
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