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Title: Al Ciada Names The 20th Hijacker
Description: But I don't know who the 19 still are

Terrorcell - June 13, 2006 05:46 PM (GMT)
Maybe when Al CIAda gets a chance they can release another press release and let us know who exactly the 18 (since they name Atta) martyrs are. Seeing how these "martyrs" would receive great praise in their homelands for carrying out Allah's will you would think that they would have wanted to be identified. Perhaps they left behind their last will on video the way most suicide attackers do. That would make sense seeing how 7 (has that number increased or decreased at all?) of the 19 are still alive and all..........

Reuters Reports:


Qaeda names man due to have been Sept 11 attacker
Tue Jun 13, 2006 3:37am ET

"Turki bin Fheid al-Muteiri -- Fawaz al-Nashmi -- may God accept him as a martyr (was) the one chosen by Sheikh Osama bin Laden to be the martyrdom-seeker number 20 in the raid on September 11, 2001," the statement said.

"The (September 11) operation was brought forward for some circumstances that brother Mohamed Atta explained to the general leadership," it said, indicating that Muteiri could not join the other hijackers, led by Atta, in time.

Most of the 19 hijackers, who flew planes into buildings in New York and Washington, were Saudi nationals.

In May, al Qaeda leader bin Laden said Zacarias Moussaoui, the only person convicted in a U.S. court for the September 11 attacks, had nothing to do with the al Qaeda raids on the United States.

U.S. officials say Moussaoui was supposed to be the 20th attacker. Moussaoui was sentenced on May 4 to life in prison with no chance of release, ending 4-1/2 years of legal wrangling over his fate.

The 37-year-old French citizen of Moroccan descent pleaded guilty last year to conspiracy in connection with the attacks.

Muteiri, who took part in an attack on foreigners in the Saudi oil city of al-Khobar in 2004, was one of 4 militants killed in an exchange of fire with Saudi forces in Riyadh.

The Khobar attack was one of the bloodiest attacks by al Qaeda in Saudi Arabia. Militants masquerading as security men killed 22 civilians in a shooting and hostage-taking spree.

Ross11988 - June 13, 2006 11:52 PM (GMT)
i like how nothing in the news was said about Bin Laden in the most recent audio tape claiming that Moussaoui was not the 20th hijacker, which is strange considering that most believe that Bin Laden died in December of 2001, and that the CIA probebly makes the new audio tapes, but then why would they say that Moussaoui is not the 20th Hijacker?

Terrorcell - June 14, 2006 12:49 PM (GMT)
That's a good question, another good question is why would they be concerned with naming the 20th hijacker 2 years after his imprisonment? If Moussaoui wasn't involved why wasn't Al Qaeda issuing press releases before his trial? And why aren't they concerned with making sure that all the hijackers were identified and why would the hijackers want to "trick" the FBI into thinking they were someone else when Martyrdom Missions always insure that the martyrs receive their credit for doing Allah's will?

Ross11988 - June 14, 2006 02:12 PM (GMT)
All good points this story just does not add up

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