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As of 9/16/01, 2:06 AM PST, Yahoo! has raised over $10.5M for the Red Cross, with over 92,000 contributers.
telegraph.co.uk: Israeli security issued urgent warning to CIA of large-scale terror attacks. “The Telegraph has learnt that two senior experts with the Israeli military intelligence service, were sent to Washington in August to alert the CIA and FBI to the existence of a cell of as many of 200 terrorists said to be preparing a big operation.
“‘They had no specific information about what was being planned but linked the plot to Osama bin Laden and told the Americans that there were strong grounds for suspecting Iraqi involvement,’ said a senior Israeli security official.”
CNN: Iran closes border with Afghanistan. “The Islamic Republic News Agency reported that Iran would post additional military and police forces along its 562-mile border to prevent Afghan refugees from entering the country.” Huh?
Sidney Morning Harold: US Air Force was ready to shoot down plane. “Deputy Defense Secretary Paul Wolfowitz said yesterday: ‘We were already tracking that plane that crashed in Pennsylvania. I think it was the heroism of the passengers on board that brought it down but the Air Force was in a position to do so if we had to.'”
The Sunday Times: Warlord tried to buy uranium. “Osama Bin Laden, the chief suspect behind the attack on the World Trade Center, has tried at least twice to buy enriched uranium to make a nuclear bomb, according to a former terrorist and Western intelligence.”
Is this the fate of the Internet?
The Intelligence Network has been collecting a great many links to stories about the investigation behind the WTC investigation, as well as links to stories from the international press, related to the American military build-up now taking place in the Middle-East.
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