9/11 Never Forget


They’re all guilty, Islamos of every stripe.

Iran’s Role in the 9/11 Attacks Cannot Be Ignored

SEPTEMBER 11, 2015 8:24 AM

The World Trade Center towers up in flames on Sept. 11, 2001. Photo: Wikipedia.

It’s a frightening irony. Today, on September 11, we will mourn 3,000 innocent lives snuffed out during the worst terrorist attack on our homeland. And at the very same time, our president and a minority of Congress is on the verge of ramming through a deal that will provide hundreds of billions of dollars and a path to nuclear weapons to the very same Iranian regime that planned and facilitated the horror perpetrated on our soil on September 11, 2001. Instead of learning from our recent painful history, we are about to enter into a deal that will lead to more 9/11s.

Throughout this summer, while Congress was reviewing the nuclear deal, no one even mentioned Iran’s complicity in 9/11. We must contemplate this now.

Iran’s key role in the 9/11 attacks was detailed in the U.S. District Court’s Findings of Fact in Havlish v. bin Laden, et al — a case brought by 9/11 victims against Al Qaeda, the Islamic Republic of Iran, Hezbollah and numerous other Iranian and Iranian-backed entities. The case was the culmination of years of investigation prompted by information initially uncovered by the 9/11 Commission. Overwhelming evidence of Iran’s complicity included testimony from experts and a top former Iranian regime insider, in addition to damning documents, such as a May 2001 memo on behalf of Iranian Supreme Leader, Ali Khamenei, discussing communications regarding Al Qaeda’s then upcoming attack.

Iran first started planning 9/11 back in the mid-1980s. At that time, Iran’s leaders set up a terrorist task force comprised of top members of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) and Iran’s security service (MOIS), to plan “unconventional attacks” against the U.S. Iran’s terrorist task force devised the plot to crash Boeing civilian airliners into the World Trade Center, the Pentagon and the White House — and additional plots to attack the U.S. electric grid and attack America with dirty bombs.

Iran called these plans “Shaitan dar Atash,” Farsi for “Satan in flames” or “Satan in hell.” According to the Iranian regime, the U.S. is “Satan.”

Al Qaeda joined Iran in planning 9/11 almost a decade after Iran’s terrorism task force devised the plot. In 1993, Al Qaeda leaders Osama bin Laden and Ayman al Zawahiri met Iran’s master terrorist, Imad Mughniyah, Iranian officials and Iran Revolutionary Guard Corp officials in Khartoum, Sudan to launch an Iran-Hezbollah-Al Qaeda alliance of joint cooperation and support for terror activities. The Iran-Hezbollah-Al Qaeda alliance worked together to perpetrate a string of terrorist strikes against the United States throughout the 1990s, including the bombings of the Khobar Towers, the U.S. embassies in Kenya and Tanzania and the U.S.S. Cole.

Among other things, Iran purchased a Boeing 757-767 flight simulator to train the 9/11 terrorists.

Iran and its proxy, Hezbollah, also made the travel arrangements for the 9/11 terrorists, providing them visas and passports and  accompanying them on flights.

Iran and its proxy, Hezbollah, also ran training camps for Al Qaeda terrorists, including a separate facility for Al Qaeda’s Saudi nationals.

More here.

One Response

  1. Pretty curious. Officials in the US seem to have forgotten that quite a lot of 9/11 attackers were actually Saudi nationals. It doesn’t really square up with al Qaeda’s anti-Shi’ite rhetoric and the fact that Sunni Islam is a worldwide majority of 90% within Islam – and not particularly in need of Shi’ite support (apart from Hamas) – either.

    And then I am actually noticing how the article tries to offset this:

    “Iran was caught attempting to hire a Mexican drug cartel to assassinate the Saudi ambassador (at a public restaurant where innocent Americans would die) and bomb the Saudi and Israeli embassies in Washington, D.C.”

    Somehow, I am getting the impression these reports are officially sanctioned to deflect attention away from Saudi-Arabia’s involvement in 9/11. After all, the US seems to be pretty desperate to keep a lid on the activities of the KSA’s links with al Qaeda. I suppose the classical line of US reasoning would be to still treat them like allies, no matter how much evidence to the contrary can be unearthed.

    Pretty curious to think that Israel would like to tow the same line. I guess they must believe that IS for instance just materialized out of thin air, or something.

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