The Man Behind Nuclear 9/11 Plan

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This Man Leads Nuclear ‘9/11′ Plan
Sunday, June 03, 2007 4:29 PM

He is the most wanted man in America yet most Americans have never heard his name.

He has been described as the “Fixer” of the Sept. 11 attacks. Several captured al-Qaida operatives have revealed this is the same man who bin Laden has tapped to lead the terror group’s diabolical scheme to detonate nuclear devices simultaneously in several U.S. cities.

Meet Adnan el-Shukrijumah, now believed to be operating within the U.S. – a man the FBI warns is likely armed and dangerous.

“But no one on planet earth is more of a threat to the lives and well-being of every man, woman, and child within the United States than ferret-faced Adnan.”

That’s the dire warning from Paul L. Williams, author of his just released book “The Day of Islam: The Annihilation of America and the Western World.” [Editor’s Note: Get Paul Williams’ explosive “The Day of Islam” FREE — Click Here Now.]

According to Williams, Adnan has not only been charged by al-Qaida with orchestrating a nuclear attack – he may have already smuggled nuclear material into America.

The U.S. government is offering a $5 million reward for information leading to his capture.

Ominously, Adnan “possesses the uncanny ability to blend into a crowd, to alter his looks, and to assume a multitude of identities,” writes Williams, a seasoned investigative reporter and former FBI consultant.

“Few things about el-Shukrijumah indicate his radical Islamic orientation … He has been known to have a beer on occasion … to smoke an occasional Camel, and to carry rosary beads in his pocket …

“He is the proverbial Mr. Cellophane.”

Adnan, 31, was born in Guyana, according to Williams, although the FBI believes he was born in Saudi Arabia. He spent his early years in New York City, where his father, a radical Muslim cleric, was the imam of a Brooklyn mosque known to serve as a recruiting station for al-Qaida.

In 1995, Adnan’s family moved to Miramar, Fla., where Adnan’s father became spiritual leader of a radical mosque. In Florida Adnan befriended Jose Padilla, who planned to detonate a dirty bomb in Manhattan, and Imran Mandhai, who was convicted of trying to blow up nuclear power plants in Florida.

Between 1996 and 2000, Adnan traveled extensively, spending time in Saudi Arabia, Pakistan, Trinidad, Tobago and Guyana. He managed to collect passports from a number of countries, and began using at least five aliases.

Adnan also attended flight school in Florida and Oklahoma, along with Mohammad Atta and other 9/11 operatives, and became adept at piloting jets.

In April 2001, Williams disclosed, Adnan spent 10 days in Panama, where he reportedly met with al-Qaida officials to help plan the 9/11 attacks.

After the terrorist strikes, Adnan became a key figure in al-Qaida’s plans to escalate its attacks on the U.S. Williams compiled evidence that Osama bin Laden designated him to arrange a simultaneous nuclear attack on seven U.S. cities – New York, Washington, Los Angeles, Houston, Miami, Boston and Las Vegas.

Williams believes Adnan then enrolled at McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario, site of a five-megawatt nuclear research reactor. Incredibly, Adnan was able to get a job as a guide at the reactor.

“Bit by bit, the al-Qaida operative allegedly managed to pilfer approximately 180 pounds of nuclear material from the university – enough to build several radiological bombs,” Williams reports.

Adnan disappeared from the school in October 2003, several days before the nuclear material was reported missing. Alerted about Adnan’s plans by a captured high-ranking al-Qaida official, Attorney General John Ashcroft and FBI director Robert Mueller issued a BOLO (be-on-the-lookout) alert for Adnan on March 21, 2004.

In the following months Adnan was spotted in Colorado, Pakistan, Honduras, Belize and Mexico.

In November 2004, another key al-Qaida operative was captured in Pakistan. He told interrogators that the terrorist group had arranged to smuggle nuclear supplies and tactical nuclear weapons into Mexico, then to transport them across the U.S. border with the aid of a Latino street gang. The gang was later identified as Mara Salvatrucha – a group Adnan at met with during his visit to Honduras.

“The gang has some form of presence in virtually every Hispanic community across the United States, and can offer al-Qaida unparalleled infiltration into any city in the country,” according to a report from the Jamestown Foundation cited by Williams.

U.S. officials responded to the intelligence and began monitoring all heavy trucks crossing into the U.S. from Mexico, and Mexican officials vowed to keep close watch on flight schools and aviation facilities. Those precautions may have come to late, says Williams, who writes:

“A Piper PA Pawnee crop duster was stolen from Ejido Queretaro near Mexicali on November 1, 2004. The plane’s tail number was XBCYP. The thieves, Mexican officials surmised, were either drug dealers or al-Qaida operatives, and clearly one was a highly trained pilot who met the description of Adnan el-Shukrijumah.”
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The Man Behind Nuclear 9/11 Plan

I’m swiping this from Snooper. WAKE UP PEOPLE!!!
********************
This Man Leads Nuclear ‘9/11′ Plan
Sunday, June 03, 2007 4:29 PM

He is the most wanted man in America yet most Americans have never heard his name.

He has been described as the “Fixer” of the Sept. 11 attacks. Several captured al-Qaida operatives have revealed this is the same man who bin Laden has tapped to lead the terror group’s diabolical scheme to detonate nuclear devices simultaneously in several U.S. cities.

Meet Adnan el-Shukrijumah, now believed to be operating within the U.S. – a man the FBI warns is likely armed and dangerous.

“But no one on planet earth is more of a threat to the lives and well-being of every man, woman, and child within the United States than ferret-faced Adnan.”

That’s the dire warning from Paul L. Williams, author of his just released book “The Day of Islam: The Annihilation of America and the Western World.” [Editor’s Note: Get Paul Williams’ explosive “The Day of Islam” FREE — Click Here Now.]

According to Williams, Adnan has not only been charged by al-Qaida with orchestrating a nuclear attack – he may have already smuggled nuclear material into America.

The U.S. government is offering a $5 million reward for information leading to his capture.

Ominously, Adnan “possesses the uncanny ability to blend into a crowd, to alter his looks, and to assume a multitude of identities,” writes Williams, a seasoned investigative reporter and former FBI consultant.

“Few things about el-Shukrijumah indicate his radical Islamic orientation … He has been known to have a beer on occasion … to smoke an occasional Camel, and to carry rosary beads in his pocket …

“He is the proverbial Mr. Cellophane.”

Adnan, 31, was born in Guyana, according to Williams, although the FBI believes he was born in Saudi Arabia. He spent his early years in New York City, where his father, a radical Muslim cleric, was the imam of a Brooklyn mosque known to serve as a recruiting station for al-Qaida.

In 1995, Adnan’s family moved to Miramar, Fla., where Adnan’s father became spiritual leader of a radical mosque. In Florida Adnan befriended Jose Padilla, who planned to detonate a dirty bomb in Manhattan, and Imran Mandhai, who was convicted of trying to blow up nuclear power plants in Florida.

Between 1996 and 2000, Adnan traveled extensively, spending time in Saudi Arabia, Pakistan, Trinidad, Tobago and Guyana. He managed to collect passports from a number of countries, and began using at least five aliases.

Adnan also attended flight school in Florida and Oklahoma, along with Mohammad Atta and other 9/11 operatives, and became adept at piloting jets.

In April 2001, Williams disclosed, Adnan spent 10 days in Panama, where he reportedly met with al-Qaida officials to help plan the 9/11 attacks.

After the terrorist strikes, Adnan became a key figure in al-Qaida’s plans to escalate its attacks on the U.S. Williams compiled evidence that Osama bin Laden designated him to arrange a simultaneous nuclear attack on seven U.S. cities – New York, Washington, Los Angeles, Houston, Miami, Boston and Las Vegas.

Williams believes Adnan then enrolled at McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario, site of a five-megawatt nuclear research reactor. Incredibly, Adnan was able to get a job as a guide at the reactor.

“Bit by bit, the al-Qaida operative allegedly managed to pilfer approximately 180 pounds of nuclear material from the university – enough to build several radiological bombs,” Williams reports.

Adnan disappeared from the school in October 2003, several days before the nuclear material was reported missing. Alerted about Adnan’s plans by a captured high-ranking al-Qaida official, Attorney General John Ashcroft and FBI director Robert Mueller issued a BOLO (be-on-the-lookout) alert for Adnan on March 21, 2004.

In the following months Adnan was spotted in Colorado, Pakistan, Honduras, Belize and Mexico.

In November 2004, another key al-Qaida operative was captured in Pakistan. He told interrogators that the terrorist group had arranged to smuggle nuclear supplies and tactical nuclear weapons into Mexico, then to transport them across the U.S. border with the aid of a Latino street gang. The gang was later identified as Mara Salvatrucha – a group Adnan at met with during his visit to Honduras.

“The gang has some form of presence in virtually every Hispanic community across the United States, and can offer al-Qaida unparalleled infiltration into any city in the country,” according to a report from the Jamestown Foundation cited by Williams.

U.S. officials responded to the intelligence and began monitoring all heavy trucks crossing into the U.S. from Mexico, and Mexican officials vowed to keep close watch on flight schools and aviation facilities. Those precautions may have come to late, says Williams, who writes:

“A Piper PA Pawnee crop duster was stolen from Ejido Queretaro near Mexicali on November 1, 2004. The plane’s tail number was XBCYP. The thieves, Mexican officials surmised, were either drug dealers or al-Qaida operatives, and clearly one was a highly trained pilot who met the description of Adnan el-Shukrijumah.”