OP Bojinka

A Blast From the Past: Decoding Bojinka

(Reproducing here for archive purposes.)

http://web.archive.org/web/20031223075922/http://www.inq7.net/nwsbrk/2001/nov/15/nbk_4-1.htm

Decoding Bojinka
By Rafael M. Garcia - November 15, 2001
Newsbreak contributor

THE NIGHTMARE of many years ago was reliving itself that Black Tuesday. I was on a business trip in Minneapolis. As I was driving, two radio program hosts went hysterical about a fire in one of the towers of the World Trade Center. A few minutes later, they became even more hysterical as a plane had crashed into the second tower.

Project Bojinka! This was one of the plans I had discovered on the computer of Ramzi Yousef in 1995 at the Josefa Apartments in Manila when a fire, accidentally triggered by Abdul Karim Murad and Yousef, attracted the attention of security personnel who called the police. Murad was apprehended while Yousef was able to escape to Pakistan where he was ultimately caught.

Al Qaida- literally the database- The Brooklyn Connection

Ok, I've just put together some sources, as always. A lot of stuff, as always, too. Make up your mind and decide what this means!

Al-Qaida, literally the database...
...was maintained by Bin Laden's Maktab al Khidimat (MAK) recruiting organization, which ... maintained offices in Detroit and Brooklyn in the 1980s

Robin Cook

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The Brooklyn connection

Brooklyn. The Brooklyn connection is a smoking gun, a direct trace to false flag operations!
Let’s start with this article to track the origins of the Brooklyn terror cell…

[From _The Village Voice_, March 30, 1993]

THE CIA AND THE SHEIK

The Agency Coddled Omar Abdel Rahman, Allowing
Him to Operate in the U.S.
Now This Unholy Alliance Has Blown Up in Our Faces.

By Robert I. Friedman

"They were talking all the time about targeting American symbols," says the
FBI undercover informant, "the Empire State Building, the Statue of
Liberty. A few of the guys came to the mosque to pray and go home. But
others gathered to conspire in small groups, talking in deep, low voices.