Sunday, January 25, 2015

1996 Massacre That Motivated Bin Laden and Al Qaeda to Attack U.S. on 9/11

Report: Top Israeli Politician Naftali Bennett Played Key Role in 1996 Massacre That Motivated Bin Laden and Al Qaeda to Attack U.S. on 9/11

 Note this part as well: "Bin Laden cited Qana at least four more times: in a July, 1996 interview with Robert Fisk; a November, 1996 interview with a London newspaper; a 1999 interview with al Jazeera; and an October, 2001 online interview. He specifically said his goal was to make Americans "taste what we tasted."

 In addition, Mohammed Atta signed a will at the beginning of Operation Grapes of Wrath. In Lawrence Wright's book The Looming Tower, he writes that "According to one of his friends, Atta was enraged, and by filling out his last testament during the attack he was offering his life in response.""

 See more on main motive for 9/11 here:

Friday, January 02, 2015

FAIR quotes Ayman Mohyeldin about cycle of violence

"But even before the kidnapping of three Israeli-Jewish teenagers and killing of the Palestinian teenager last week, two Palestinians were killed back in May and didn't trigger the kind of international outcry and international outrage that the killing of the three Israeli teens have. And that is always the difficult point when you're looking at the starting of a cycle of violence in this part of the Middle East. It's about which is the act, or which act is the one that triggered or exacerbated the latest round of tensions?" See When Does the 'Cycle of Violence' Start? by Aldo Guerrero on FAIR BLOG See video starting at about 3:54 into the video below: