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  • Bring This Man to Justice! (Wanted for 1993 World Trade Center Bombing)

    09/08/2006 6:14:53 PM PDT · by Pyro7480 · 20 replies · 826+ views
    DAMAGE BY MEANS OF FIRE OR AN EXPLOSIVE; DAMAGE BY MEANS OF FIRE OR AN EXPLOSIVE TO UNITED STATES PROPERTY; TRANSPORT IN INTERSTATE COMMERCE AN EXPLOSIVE; DESTRUCTION OF MOTOR VEHICLES OR MOTOR VEHICLE FACILITIES; CONSPIRACY TO COMMIT OFFENSE OR DEFRAUD THE UNITED STATES; AIDING AND ABETTING; PENALTY OF DEATH OR LIFE IMPRISONMENT WHEN DEATH RESULTS; ASSAULT OF A FEDERAL OFFICER IN THE LINE OF DUTY; COMMISSION OF A CRIME OF VIOLENCE THROUGH THE USE OF A DEADLY WEAPON OR DEVICE ABDUL RAHMAN YASIN (second photograph taken in 2002)Abdul Rahman Yasin is wanted for his alleged participation in the terrorist bombing...
  • Stephen Hayes:See No Evil, Hear No Evil(What the 9/11 Commission narrative left out: Iraqis)

    08/28/2005 1:49:07 PM PDT · by RWR8189 · 69 replies · 4,487+ views
    The Weekly Standard ^ | September 5 / September 12, 2005 | Stephen F. Hayes
    AHMED HIKMAT SHAKIR IS A shadowy figure who provided logistical assistance to one, maybe two, of the 9/11 hijackers. Years before, he had received a phone call from the Jersey City, New Jersey, safehouse of the plotters who would soon, in February 1993, park a truck bomb in the basement of the World Trade Center. The safehouse was the apartment of Musab Yasin, brother of Abdul Rahman Yasin, who scorched his own leg while mixing the chemicals for the 1993 bomb.When Shakir was arrested shortly after the 9/11 attacks, his "pocket litter," in the parlance of the investigators, included contact...
  • CBS Exclusive: Top Terrorist Talks

    05/31/2002 6:19:18 PM PDT · by GeneD · 6 replies · 276+ views
    CBSNews.com ^ | 5/31/02
    (CBS) Abdul Rahman Yasin is the only participant in the first attempt to blow up the World Trade Center in 1993 who was never caught. Yasin, who was indicted in the bombing but escaped, was interviewed by CBS News' Lesley Stahl in an Iraqi installation near Baghdad last Thursday, May 23. Stahl's report will be broadcast on 60 Minutes Sunday, June 2 at 7PM, ET/PT. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Abdul Rahman Yasin fled to Iraq after the first World Trade Center bombing in 1993. He lived as a free man for a year, but the authorities in Iraq tell CBS News they put...
  • Saddam gave money to terror suspect - claim

    09/21/2003 7:19:49 AM PDT · by Valin · 12 replies · 224+ views
    Saddam Hussein may have given sanctuary to one of the terrorists suspected of involvement in the 1993 bombing of the World Trade Centre, US intelligence officials claimed today. Documents found in Saddam’s home town of Tikrit show that Iraq gave money and a home to Abdul Rahman Yasin, believed to have been a player in the attack which killed six people and injured 1,000. The claim, backed up by law enforcement officials, comes a day after President George Bush said there was no evidence that Saddam was involved in the September 11 terror strike, which destroyed the World Trade Centre’s...
  • Will We Find Abdul Rahman Yasin?

    04/15/2003 8:59:02 PM PDT · by AJFavish · 6 replies · 1,797+ views
    April 15, 2003 | Allan J. Favish
    I don't think Clinton ever made an issue of the fact that Iraq was harboring a man we indicted for the 1993 World Trade Center bombing. I wonder if we will find him now and hopefully alive, so we can question him. Excerpt from Jin Hoagland column of Oct. 12, 2001: http://sixtiessurvivor.org/docs/hoagland101201.html Eight years have passed since Abdul Rahman Yasin bade hasty farewell to New York and flew to Baghdad. There he initially passed the time by fielding telephone calls placed by solicitous FBI agents and finding a niche in Saddam Hussein's police state. By all appearances, Yasin has lived...
  • 2 Seattle Men Call Inquiry Wrong on Ties to Al Qaeda

    07/17/2002 12:12:48 AM PDT · by JohnHuang2 · 4 replies · 279+ views
    New York Times ^ | Wednesday, July 17, 2002 | By MICHAEL WILSON
    July 17, 2002 2 Seattle Men Call Inquiry Wrong on Ties to Al QaedaBy MICHAEL WILSON EATTLE, July 16 — A former inner-city mosque under investigation for suspected ties to Al Qaeda was run by mostly young African-American men who saw themselves as armed enforcers for a block overrun by drug dealers, members said. A former leader of the Seattle mosque, Semi Osman, 32, a Tacoma resident who reportedly holds a British passport, was arrested in May on immigration and weapons charges. Two members, the brothers James and Mustafa Ujaama, said in a news release on Monday that they were...