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UQ Wire: Consorting With The Enemy? (In 3 Parts)

Distribution via the Unanswered Questions Wire .

TheMadCowMorningNews presents….


A New Series in the the MadCowMorningNews attempts to find answers to some disturbing questions.

Three years and counting since the 9.11 attack without an official investigation to whose results the American people are privy, and the questions are only growing thornier.

For example: What if FDR had been discovered secretly meeting with NAZI officials after the start of World War II?

Yet that’s what seems to be happening now in the War on Terror:

Mohammed bin Zayid, the UAE's Crown Prince and Chief of Staff, is tied to al-Qaeda yet regularly meets with Bush Administration Officials, has learned, to discuss the prevention of terrorism.

Why are some of the terrorists on the FBI’s 9/11 suspect list heavily-connected to high-level officials internationally?

How come these same high level officials, in turn, also have strong ties to the current U.S. Administration?

Why have Bush Administration officials repeatedly met with people linked to 9/11—like Sami al-Arian and Abdurahman al-Amoudi—even after the attack?

Why are Bush Administration officials quietly advocating "reaching out" to the Muslim Brotherhood?

Why was President Bush thanking Sami Al-Arian's family for a book they sent him, and expressing "regret" about how their son was treated by the Secret Service... even after he was already well-known to law enforcement as a terrorist sympathizer?

Is there a pattern here?

Read the whole story at:


PART 1 - 9/11 Conspirators Met With Bush Officials After The Attack

Though well known as a terrorist since 1996, one month before 9/11 President George W. Bush thanked Sami Al-Arian's family for a book they sent him and expressed "regret" about how their son was treated by the Secret Service.
October 29, 2004-Venice,FL.
by Grant Noah.

Bush Administration officials repeatedly met with terrorists linked to 9/11 such as Sami al-Arian and Abdurahman al-Amoudi even after the attack, The MadCowMorningNews has learned.

For example:

From the Congressional Testimony of Steve Emerson on March 19, 1996:
"Held in the Washington area from June 19 to 21, 1991, the conference included… leaders representing nearly every radical fundamentalist group in the world attended, making the gathering the all-time All-Star terrorist conference in U.S. history… those present also decided to support one another in their respective Islamic confrontations with their non-Islamic hosts."

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PART 2 – Bush Officials To "Reach Out" To 9/11 Terrorists

Is Mohamed Atta’s Muslim Brotherhood Being Courted in War on Terror?
November 5, 2004-Venice,FL
by Grant Noah

Even though terrorist ringleader Mohamed Atta was a member, Bush Administration officials are quietly advocating "reaching out" to the Muslim Brotherhood, according to a recent article in the Washington Post, to "become a barrier against jihadists worldwide.”

As more information about his almost-lifelong extremist connections becomes known, it appears that Atta's association with the radical Brotherhood dates from at least the very early 1990's.

Why would an Administration vowing to vigorously prosecute the "War on Terror" contemplate cozying up to a terrorist group which is reportedly "dedicated to creating an Islamic civilization that harks back to the caliphates of the 7th and 8th centuries?"

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PART 3 – Bush Ally In War On Terror Vacationed With Bin Laden Then Aided 9/11 Conspirator

Mohammed bin Zayid, the UAE's Crown Prince and Chief of Staff, is tied to al-Qaeda yet regularly meets with Bush Administration Officials to discuss the prevention of terrorism.
November 25, 2004 - Venice, FL
by Grant Noah

The United Arab Emirates, one of the U.S. government’s closest allies in the War on Terror, has a new King and Crown Prince. Earlier this month the UAE’s long-time ruler passed away at the age of 86.

Reuters, November 2, 2004:

“The president of OPEC member the United Arab Emirates, Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan al-Nahayan, has died… The UAE holds 98 billion barrels of oil reserves, close to nine percent of the world's total”…

“Last year he paved the way for a smooth transfer of power after his death, appointing his son Sheikh Mohammed as deputy crown prince of Abu Dhabi which puts him second in line to rule Abu Dhabi after the succession of his brother Sheikh Khalifa.”

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