Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Dr. al-Alwani's brave and prescient statement shortly after 9/11

"...Ten days after the 9/11 attacks...Dr. Alwani blamed the tragedy on a joint American-Israeli intelligence operation, calling it 'the merger between two security theories, the Israeli and the American.'" (Islamophobic source: )

Taha Jabir Alalwani, Ph.D., President of Cordoba University, occupies the Imam Al-Shafi'i Chair in Islamic Legal Theory at The Graduate School of Islamic and Social Sciences, as an internationally-known scholar in his field. Dr. Alalwani shares his mastery of the field of Islamic Legal Theory and considerations related to Muslims in the modern world with his students.
He was the Chairman of the Fiqh Council of North America, and the President of the International Institute of Islamic Thought in Herndon, Virginia. He taught Islamic legal theory for more than ten years at various universities in the Muslim world before emigrating to the United States. Particularly interested in the social implications of Islamic law, he is a major participant in the activities of Muslim social scientists, publishing works such as his Ethics of Disagreement and The Rights of the Accused in Islam and a participant in The Association of Muslim Social Scientist conferences and seminars.
Since coming to the United States in 1984, Dr. Alalwani has been a regular contributor to the American Journal of Islamic Social Sciences and a keen observer of intellectual trends throughout the Muslim world.

Monday, October 26, 2009

Moeen Yaseen Speaks out for Peace and Truth

"This warfare economy is a parasite which manipulates fears and paranoia; it trashes economies by diverting resources from domestic investment into productive uses such as green technologies and subverts university research massively. It reduces economic growth and employment. Indeed the 9/11 attacks on the US homeland were used as a Cassus Belli and for the establishment of a National Security State. The Global War on Terror manipulates fears; keeps us afraid and stops dissent. As far as 9/11 is concerned our thinktank rejects the official narrative as Alice in Wonderland mythology and supports the notion of the existence of the phenomenon of State sponsored false flag terrorism."

Moeen Yaseen: "UN International Day Of Peace: Disarm Now"

"Moeen Yaseen, the convenor and Managing Director of Global Vision 2000 is a leading independent Muslim visionary and catalyst with a track record of 20 years experience in Islamic thought and action in the UK."

Sunday, October 11, 2009

Enver Masud reviews 9/11 Commission counsel's confession of "a false version of events"

BOOK REVIEW: 'The Ground Truth: The Untold Story of America Under Attack on 9/11'
reviewed by Enver Masud, author of 9/11 Unveiled and The War on Islam, contributor to 9/11 and American Empire v.2: Christians, Jews and Muslims Speak Out.

The Ground Truth: The Untold Story of America Under Attack on 9/11, by John Farmer — senior counsel to the 9/11 Commission, claims that the government presented a “fundamentally false version of events”.

If this leads some to believe that Mr. Farmer will present the true version of events, they will be disappointed.

What the book does is expose the shortcomings of the government’s response to the hijackings on 9/11. Mr. Farmer does not question the identity of the hijackers although several were later reported by British newspapers as being alive.

He accepts the official version that 9/11 was directed by Osama Bin Laden although Bin Laden himself denied that to a Pakistani newspaper.

The FBI says they have no hard evidence against Bin Laden. They do not even mention 9/11 in their "Most Wanted Terrorists" poster of Bin Laden!

Mr. Farmer’s book basically describes how the hijackers were able to penetrate multiple layers of U.S. security: National Security Agency, Central Intelligence Agency, FBI, the State Department’s visa offices, and airline screening.

His book may be useful to those wishing to “reinvent government.” Until that is done, says Farmer, the passage of new statutes, or the creation of new procedures, or the creation of the Department of Homeland Security leaves the U.S. vulnerable to “terrorist” attacks.

Mr. Farmer does not address the mounting evidence that the twin towers and Building 7 of the World Trade Center were demolished with explosives. He does seem to admit that United Airlines Flight 93 may have been shot down, but he makes no reference to the lack of hard evidence that American Airlines Flight 77 struck the Pentagon.

Indeed his failure to address the evidence is particularly striking where he refers to the phone calls made by the passengers and crew of Flight 93 and Flight 77.

The claim that Flight 77 passenger Barbara Olson called her husband, Justice Department's Solicitor General Ted Olson, twice, was contradicted at the Zacarias Moussaoui trial in 2006.

The FBI reported that only two cell phone calls were made from all four planes — both from United Flight 93.

Mr. Farmer has done the 9/11 truth movement a favor. By revealing the government's conspiracy to lie about its response to 9/11, Mr. Farmer casts serious doubt on ALL the findings of the 9/11 Commission.

REVIEWED by Enver Masud
Founder, The Wisdom Fund

Monday, October 5, 2009

Muslim Marine Vet Truther Targeted in Massive DHS Raid

by Kevin Barrett,

Muhammed Abdullah, a Pomona, California Marine corps veteran and 9/11 truth activist, was raided on September 24th by a team of apparent Department of Homeland Security-coordinated agents.

Abdullah described the DHS assault: "At 7 o'clock on the 24th I was in my living room when I noticed a bunch of people outside in black uniforms shuffle by. Then I heard a loud bang at the door: 'Police, open up!' I opened the door and saw all these guys in black uniforms with a battering ram. 'Are you Muhammed Abdullah?' I said yes. 'Is anyone else in the house?' 'Yes, my wife and children.' 'Come outside, please."

The ten to fifteen black-uniformed individuals handcuffed Abdullah and took him outdoors without giving him a chance to get dressed (he was in his underwear). They showed him a search warrant that included allegations of welfare fraud against someone with a completely different Social Security number than Abdullah's.

The black-uniformed individuals then forced Abdullah's wife to exit the house. They told Abdullah's wife that her husband was a felon with a New York armed robbery conviction. In fact, Abdullah has no criminal record and has never been to New York.

The government agents began questioning Abdullah and his wife about their difficult economic situation. Since Abdullah was fired from his security job with Union Pacific due to his 9/11 activism, his wife has been working to make ends meet, but they recently fell behind on the rent. The agents asked Abdullah's wife "what do you think about his (Abdullah's) youtube video? What do the kids think about it?"

The agents asked Abdullah whether he had heard of Shaykh Anwar al-Awlaki. Abdullah said that he had, since Shaykh al-Awlaki used to be an imam in San Diego until he was banned from the USA for political reasons. They asked what he thought of the Shaykh. Abdullah said that as best he could tell, Shaykh al-Awlaki "comes from Qur'an and Sunnah."

The agents asked Abdullah his opinion about jihad, and about Shaykh al-Awlaki's article "44 ways of supporting jihad." Abdullah said that he thought everybody had the right to self-defense. He quoted a saying of the Prophet Muhammad, peace upon him: "Whoever amongst you sees anything objectionable, let him change it with his hand, if he is not able, then with his tongue, and if he is not even able to do so, then with his heart, and the latter is the weakest form of faith."

According to Abdullah, "They (the agents) were trying to entrap and entice me. They asked things like, 'how far would you be willing to go? If you knew your wife and children would be taken care of, would you do this and this" (i.e. commit a terrorist attack).

Abdullah turned the conversation to 9/11. He explained to the agents what false-flag attacks are, how they are set up to involve patsies and useful idiots, and how many terrorist attacks blamed on Muslims are not what they seem.

Before the team of officers left, they took Abdullah's computers, CDs, cassettes, and bank statements.

The raid, which involved between ten and fifteen officers including an apparent FBI agent and someone from the Pomona DA's office, appears to be another unconsitutional effort to infringe on Muhammed Abdullah's First Amendment rights. The Pomona Police Department had filed for a restraining order last spring to force Abdullah to stop distributing 9/11 truth literature on the sidewalk in front of the police station, where he was getting many thumbs-ups from cops. The judge refused to issue a restraining order after Abdullah agreed to keep a certain distance away from the Police Department. Abdullah speculates that someone in the Pomona Police Department or DA's office may be unhappy about their failure to win a restraining order, and that this might have something to do with the raid on his house.

Abdullah, who was fired from his job due to his off-the-job 9/11 activism, is pursuing a case against his former employer, Union Pacific.

Muslims for 9/11 Truth will continue to cover this story as it develops.

Friday, October 2, 2009

Yahoo News: "Ahmadinejad 1, Couric 0"

[Editor's note: Why do mainstream interviewers, in their attempts to discredit Ahmadinejad, always fail to ask him about his support for 9/11 truth?]

Ahmadinejad 1, Couric 0

Last week, Katie Couric had the tables turned on her. During an interview with Iranian president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, Couric asked about Neda Soltan, the Iranian female who was shot and killed by Iranian security back in June.

After expressing his regret for the loss of life, Mr. Ahmadinejad pulled out a photo of another woman. He showed it to Ms. Couric and asked if she knew who the woman was. Couric said she didn't, and that's when Ahmadinejad pounced.

Ahmadinejad explained that the woman in the photo is Marwa Ali El-Sherbini. She was stabbed to death in a German court by a neo-Nazi. The Iranian president then asked why the death of Ms. El-Sherbini wasn't being publicized by the media in the same way as Neda's. Ahmadinejad "suggested that the western media — who turned Neda into a martyr — ignored Marwa's story."

The interview between Couric and Ahmadinejad took place last week, but the searches really started to pop this morning. Web lookups on "marwa ali el sherbini" and "who is marwa ali el sherbini" both spiked into the thousands... (Complete story here.)