US government planned 9/11 attacks: Iran
Further to Submission to Australian Parliamentary Debate re Afghanistan, DEAD IN THE WATER, Who was behind 9/11?, Who are the beneficiaries of 9/11?, All Terrorists are Muslims...Except the 99.6% Aren't!, Is it true that 94% of American terrorism emanated from non-Muslim sources? and Is it also true that 7% of American terrorism emanated from Jews? can’t be discussed in a rational manner!
Zionist Jews & The 9/11 Cover-up is not new! Zionist warmonger Ariel Sharon’s long struggle with death a case in point like 9/11's Unanswered Question!! Who were the 3 panel members of the 9/11 investigations? Why 9/11 Panel Suspected Deception by Pentagon? Were Philip Zelikow, Daniel Marcus, and Allen Felzenberg of 9/11 Commission Zionist Jews?
“[The Israeli Mossad is] ruthless and cunning, with the capability to target U.S. forces and make it look like a Palestinian-Arab act.” -Report issued by the U.S. Army School of Advanced Military Studies (SAMS); September 2001
Two hundred men who worked in the World Trade Center, were, in fact, late to work that morning because of their participation in the shloshim service. But whatever the reason, the congregants were faced with a problem: only nine men were present, and time was marching on. These were serious men, professionals, and all had to be at their desks at the World Trade Center well before 9:00 a.m.
Source: Jewish press
In April 2004, US civilian contractor Nicholas Berg was allegedly executed by al-Qaeda terrorists in Iraq. Although the fact was largely ignored at the time, it is notable that Berg -- a Jewish-American telecommunications expert with likely ties to the Israeli Mossad -- also seems to have had a connection with alleged 9/11 conspirator Zacarias Moussaoui.
9/11 activist killed in Buffalo plane crash; Israelis suspected onboard! Dancing Israelis were ignored and spin of Israel below became the gospel truth!
Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon ... said that al-Qaeda militants were operating in the Gaza Strip and Lebanon. "We know that they are there. We know that they are in Lebanon, working closely with Hezbollah. We know that they are in the region," he said. BBC News 12/5/2002
By Timothy Witcher, AAP September 24, 2010, 1:10 pm
Iran's President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad sparked outrage in the United States on Thursday when he told a UN meeting that most people believe the US government staged the September 11 attacks.
He sparked a walkout in the UN General Assembly shortly after US President Barack Obama had offered a negotiated settlement with Iran on its nuclear drive.
The US delegation led an enraged Western walkout after Ahmadinejad's comments on the al-Qaeda attack on the World Trade Centre, which was just six kilometres from the UN headquarters. European Union delegations quickly followed.
The Iranian president said there was a theory that "some segments within the US government orchestrated the attack to reverse the declining American economy and its grips on the Middle East, in order also to save the Zionist regime.
"The majority of the American people as well as other nations and politicians agree with this view," he declared to the astonished chamber.
About 3000 people died in the attacks by al-Qaeda operatives who hijacked jets and flew them into the World Trade Centre in New York, the Pentagon in Virginia and a field in Pennsylvania.
The US mission slammed the Iranian leader in a statement released even before Ahmadinejad had finished speaking.
"Rather than representing the aspirations and goodwill of the Iranian people, Mr Ahmadinejad has yet again chosen to spout vile conspiracy theories and anti-Semitic slurs that are as abhorrent and delusional as they are predictable," said Mark Kornblau, US mission spokesman.
Obama made no public comment but a senior US official said: "The president found the comments to be outrageous and offensive, particularly given how close we are to Ground Zero."
Canada's Foreign Minister Lawrence Cannon called Ahmadinejad's comments "a blatant violation of international standards and of the very spirit of the UN."
The Iranian leader has frequently courted controversy at the General Assembly. Last year there was a walkout after his comments about Israel.
This year's speech also included attacks on Israel, whom he called "the Zionists."
Ahmadinejad criticised the world powers for trying to halt Iran's nuclear program, accusing them of monopolising nuclear power while "they have continued to maintain, expand and upgrade their own nuclear arsenals."
He said that 2011 should be declared a year of nuclear disarmament - "Nuclear Energy for All, Nuclear Weapons for None."
Western nations accuse Iran of seeking a nuclear weapon and the United Nations has imposed four rounds of sanctions against the Islamic Republic.
But Obama told the General Assembly earlier: "The door remains open to diplomacy should Iran choose to walk through it. But the Iranian government must demonstrate a clear and credible commitment, and confirm to the world the peaceful intent of its nuclear program," he told world leaders.
The Iranian leader's annual visits to New York frequently cause controversy and he is always surrounded by a major security operation.
About 800 people including many of Iranian origin, protested outside UN headquarters on Thursday.