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Re: 9/11 Debunking the Debunkers
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Press Release, MUJCA U.K.
MUJCA-NET Muslim Jewish Christian Alliance for 911 Truth
Wednesday, 06 September 2006.

As we approach the 5th anniversary of the tragic events of September 11
2001, there remain many unanswered questions that warrent the reopening
of the investigation. All calls to do so have thus far fallen on deaf
ears, but the questions aren’t going away. The budget to investigate
the Clinton affair was a tenfold of the budget to investigate 9/11. We
find this unacceptable and want our leaders called to accountability.

An ever-growing body of evidence points toward not just passive but
active complicity by top US officials in the 9/11 attacks, which have
steered the entire planet on a course toward war and fascism. People of
good will, whatever their religious or philosophical background, need
to unite in honest dialogue about the facts and meaning of September
11th if we are to build a sustainable future.
For this reason The 911 Truth Movement UK is holding a National
Conference on 9/11 in London this coming weekend in a three day event
beginning Monday at Conway Hall, Central London, with a lecture from
the respected theologian Dr. David Ray Griffin, Professor Emeritus at
Clairemont College California, and speakers such as MI6 whistleblowers
Annie Machon and David Shayler. On Sunday workshops on false flag
terror and a benefit concert will be held at (PLEASE FILL IN) , ending
with a demonstration Monday September 11 at the U.S. Embassy.
MUJCA-NET is proud to support this event wholeheartedly.
For further info and tickets contact info@911truthtotnes.com


9/11 Five Years Later, Commemorative Online Multimedia Exhibit ...


Analysis: Bush on 9/11 -- five years later
UPI International Editor

WASHINGTON, Sept. 5 (UPI) -- Five years after the horrific Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks on New York, the Pentagon and Pennsylvania, many Americans are still asking questions, trying to understand what happened on that fateful morning, and why it happened. And five years after the attacks there still remain a great number of unanswered questions.

In a speech to the nation Tuesday, President George W. Bush tried to explain what transpired on Sept. 11 and the reasons why.

Bush explained that Osama bin Laden had a multi-phased strategy which was to have been implemented in the months and years after Sept. 11, with the ultimate aim of (re)-establishing the Muslim Caliphate.

-- The first stage, according to the president, would be to expel the Americans from Iraq.

-- The second stage called for the establishment of an Islamic authority, or emirate, which would be developed until it achieves the level of the Caliphate.

-- The third stage would be to extend a jihad wave to the secular countries that border Israel.

-- And the fourth stage would be a clash with Israel

Said Bush: "We must not, and we will not, give the enemy victory in Iraq by deserting the Iraqi people."

Much in line with what the president said Tuesday, the following are excerpts from a United Press International story titled "The Potentate of the Super-Stan," written by this author on Sept. 19, 2001 -- only eight days after the attacks:

Like any revolution that needs to survive, Osama bin Laden and his al-Qaida movement must continue to grow, or it will die. In his quest for Muslim expansion bin Laden would like to see the "Balkanization," or in this case the Islamization, of Central Asia. Maybe Islamization is the wrong word because there is little that is Islamic about his ways, which, says Prof. Akbar Ahmad, chair of Islamic Studies at the American University's School of International Studies in Washington, D.C., "are not Islamic at all."

"What makes it worse for Muslims is that the West is equating the Taliban's un-Islamic acts with Islam. This is a double affront to Muslims," Ahmad told UPI. "The first step the West needs to undertake is to better understand Islam."

Nevertheless, bin Laden is using Islam, much like Adolf Hitler used National Socialism, and Pol Pot communism. Had he been politically active in the 1960s or 1970s, he would just as easily have adopted communism as a platform in order to propel his cause. But mix in religious fervor and any revolution becomes all the more potent, and dangerous.

"It's a very complex situation," said Ahmad. This pan-Islamic movement "may be called Taliban in one country, and it is called something else in others." Several intelligence sources say bin Laden's network extends to more than 60 countries.

The Taliban's main aim, according to Ahmad, is to "shake up the West's structure." While bin Laden and the Taliban are not openly talking about a greater Islamic entity, others, such as Al Muhajeroun, a group based in Britain, and with whom bin Laden enjoys close ties, are talking about a Caliphate.

Bin Laden's first step was to hijack Islam to fit his cause, passing himself off as a fervent religious man. That, of course, is meant to win him the support of hordes of fanatics who know little, if anything, of the Koran. On the other hand, as the chief executive officer of terror, he knows exactly what he is doing and where he wants to go.

Anyone with his mindset would clearly not be content to remain holed up in the bleak caves of Afghanistan. So the question, of course, is what next?

In order to better grasp bin Laden's long-term thinking you will need to look at a map of Central Asia.

Afghanistan, where bin Laden had set up camp, is a desolate country without much of an infrastructure, reeling under a heavy burden following years of Soviet invasion, war and a disastrous civil conflict -- a perfect place from which to launch a revolution. Much of the terrain is inaccessible, except by horseback, making the task of modern armies impossible. Just ask the Russians.

To the south and east of Afghanistan lies Pakistan, another country that sits on the fence of Muslim fundamentalism. The Taliban have warned Pakistan that siding with the United States would bring down the wrath of the Muslim world upon it. Pakistan, an Islamic country, is in a most precarious situation. The percentage of the country's population that supports the fundamentalists is in question, but some analysts believe the Taliban enjoys strong support in the army and the intelligence services.

This gives the country's ruler, Gen. Pervez Musharraf, a very fine line to tread. It also makes him an important friend of the United States and any Western coalition.

"The situation for Pakistan is very difficult," said Ahmad. "Pakistan is between a rock and a hard place. Musharraf is sitting on a tiger," said Ahmad. "You either ride it or you are inside its belly."

With its nuclear capabilities, Pakistan would represent an ideal asset for bin Laden and the Taliban, should it fall off the fence and into their hands. Think of the consequences.

Regardless, bin Laden's next step would be to extend the reach of his Muslim fundamentalism. Tajikistan, to the northeast, Uzbekistan to the immediate north and Turkmenistan to the northwest -- all three are former Soviet republics with whom Afghanistan shares a border and a common religion.

Besides geographic expansion, giving them greater power in numbers (a combined population of more than 35 million people), these countries offer a wide range of natural resources. Turkmenistan borders the Caspian Sea, a short hop to Azerbaijan, another former Soviet republic, and a Muslim country.

Given that scenario, the new Muslim empire, or Caliphate, governed by bin Laden or the Taliban would encircle Iran, itself a Muslim nation, also rich in oil and other natural resources.

Now look at the map again and see the implications that would have on the rest of the oil-rich Arabian Gulf. Iraq, Kuwait, Bahrain, the Emirates, Saudi Arabia and Oman are only a small step and a revolution away. Remember the old domino effect theory much feared by the West -- especially the United States -- during the Vietnam War?

Now look at the map again; we are back in the Middle East. Palestine, Israel, Jordan, Egypt, North Africa and sub-Saharan Africa are the natural extension for bin Laden's Caliphate.

Think this is an unbelievable scenario? It was done a few centuries ago. Bin Laden is far too astute to content himself with the caves of Afghanistan. Read between the lines of his communiqués and the picture will become much clearer.

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