Wednesday, September 20, 2006

TERRORISM ISOLATES A TOWN IN KANSAS: Still a week to go until bin Laden's American Hiroshima, so you can sneak in one episode of 'Jericho' tonite

From The Daily Fallout, more on bin Laden's plan:

An ominous warning has apparently been issued by Abu Dawood, reported al Qaeda leader in Afghanistan. According to him, another massive attack upon the U.S. is in its final stages of planning, and is about to be commenced.

The leader specified that Muslims living around the New York and Washington area should leave immediately. This proposed attack has been dubbed the "American Hiroshima", an apparent reference to the 1945 American nuclear attack on Japan.

He continued to say that Americans will be receiving a recorded message from Osama bin Laden, which is being referred to as a "final" message. It is unknown whether Dawood's claims are credible, or the actual extent of his connections with bin Laden.

The Short News Any relation to the Short Count?

An attack from both borders


Concern about Shukrijumah's extended stay in Mexico was heightened in November 2004 with the arrest in Pakistan of Sharif al-Masri, a key al Qaeda operative. Al Masri, an Egyptian national jihadist with close ties to al Zawahiri, bin Laden's No. 2 man, informed interrogators that al-Qaeda had made arrangements to smuggle nuclear supplies and tactical nuclear weapons into Mexico. From Mexico, the weapons were to be transported across the border with the help of a Latino street gang. The gang was later identified as Mara Salvatrucha, the gang that Adnan had trekked across the North American continent to meet in a Honduran café, and the plans that he discussed with the gang leaders were the plans that had been purportedly finalized at the terrorist summit in Waziristan . . .


Following the success of 9-11, Shukrijumah became singled out by bin Laden and al-Zawahiri to spearhead the next great attack on America -- a nuclear attack that would take place simultaneously in seven U.S. cities (New York, Boston, Miami, Houston, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, and Washington D.C.), leaving millions dead and the richest and most powerful nation on earth in ashes.[xii]

To prepare for this mission, Shukrijumah and fellow al Qaeda agents Anas al Liby, Jaber A. Elbaneh, and Amer el Matti, purportedly were sent to McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario, a facility that boasted a five-megawatt nuclear research reactor, the largest reactor of any educational facility in Canada. At McMaster, Adnan reportedly kept to himself, made few new friends or acquaintances, kept strictly to his studies, and left the facility at the same time as his colleagues.[xiii] He also managed to obtain employment at the reactor - - allegedly as a guide.[xiv] Adnan's"normal' behavior on the Hamilton campus, a source said, gave him entry to places where dangerous materials were stored without raising undue suspicion. Bit by bit, the al-Qaeda operative allegedly managed to pilfer approximately 180 pounds of nuclear material from the university - - enough to build several radiological bombs.

Canada Free Press

Today's LA Times delivered a preview on CBS's "Jericho," entitled "Terrorism surrounds a town in 'Jericho.'

" . . . a mushroom cloud appears on the horizon and all communication is lost."

"Snippets of radio broadcasts hint at nonspecific escalating 'global violence' and 'extreme reaction' and the heard-not-seen president (vaguely Bush-like) burbles the word 'terrorism' before turning into static. But there are no specific details, nor enemy proposed."

One star of the series, Gerald McRaney ". . . brings a bit of sit-comical wit into the mix and is a cool voice of caution and reason among the hysteria."

"Are we going to use our imagination to solve problems or to cause them?" he says, according to the Times.

No way Dick Destiny is gonna miss the premier. Now don't let me down, CBS.


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