September 21, 2006

Sept. 21, 2006: Crying Wolf or ... what?

I was led to the following from this forum by rosemarie59 who pointed to what follows from Canada Free Press and also suggested that we "note the date"

Al-Qaeda's Hidden Arsenal and Sponsors:
Interview with Hamid Mir
By Ryan Mauro Team
Thursday, May 25, 2006

Hamid Mir truly has deep access inside Al-Qaeda and the Taliban. [....]

Mir has had remarkable reliability. For example, most recently he said that Osama Bin Laden was going to issue a new tape, but the mainstream media did not report it. A few days later, a tape was released. He was the only one to predict the event. [....]

If terrorists cause us to cry "wolf" often enough and nothing happens, then we will be lulled into carelessness; then they will strike. This may mean something or ... nothing. Note also that there is more than one article below, including A NUCLEAR MISSION IN CANADA and much documentation on the website of A list of the Subheadings is at the end. If that doesn't get you to read the whole, nothing will.

Next Attack Imminent: Muslims ordered to leave the United States, By Paul L. Williams & David Dastych, Saturday, September 16, 2006

Before you dismiss this, consider what Canada Free Press has included about the background of the authors included below:

Urgent news from Abu Dawood, one of the newly appointed commanders of the al Qaeda forces in Afghanistan:

Final preparations have been made for the American Hiroshima, a major attack on the U. S.

Muslims living in the United States should leave the country without further warning.

The attack will be commandeered by Adnan el Shukrijumah ("Jaffer Tayyer" or "Jafer the Pilot"), a naturalized American citizen, who was raised in Brooklyn and educated in southern Florida. [Photos of him are below.]

The al Qaeda operatives who will launch this attack are awaiting final orders. They remain in place in cities throughout the country. Many are masquerading as Christians and have adopted Christian names.

Al Qaeda and the Taliban will also launch a major strike (known as the "Badar Operation" against the coalition forces in Afghanistan during the holy month of Ramadan.

The American people probably will be treated to a final audio message from Osama bin Laden which will be aired some time later.

The announcements from Abu Dawood were obtained by Hamid Mir [....]

The Authors

Hamid Mir, the author of the interview, is a top Pakistani reporter, head of the Geo TV Bureau in Islamabad. He has won a world-wide acclaim for his interviews with Osama bin Laden and Dr. Ayman al-Zawahiri, before and following 9/11. His new book about OBL is due to appear in Britain, later this year.

Long time investigative journalist, Paul L. Williams is the author of such best-selling books as The Dunces of Doomsday, The Al Qaeda Connection , Osama's Revenge: The Next 9/11. He has been the subject of a PBS documentary and the subject of programs on the Discovery and History channels. He is a frequent guest on such national news networks as Fox News, MSNBC, and NPR.

(International journalist David M. Dastych writes for Poland's acclaimed weekly,Wprost. His columns appear regularly in the Edmonton-based Polish Panorama.) He can be reached at:

There is much more in the above article on the CFP website, as well as another article with a Canadian, a McMaster University, and a nuclear reactor connection. See below.

El Shukrijumah

Al Shukrijumah, Adnan G., -- The Terrorism Knowledge Base

Biography: Born in Saudi Arabia on August 4, 1975, el Shukrijumah is wanted in connection with possible threats against the United States. The United States District Court of Eastern District of Virgina issued a Material Witness Warrant for his arrest for his possible involvement with al-Qaeda terrorist activities.

El Shukrijumah has a Guyanese passport, but may also attempt to enter the United States with a Saudi Arabian, Canadian, or Trinidadian passport.


The search for Adnan El Shukrijumah , By Paul L. Williams, Monday, September 18, 2006 -- A note about the author is above.

This is only an excerpt of the whole which is definitely worth reading.


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, [....] He also managed to obtain employment at the reactor - - allegedly as a guide.[xiv] [....] 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.[xv]

... Shukrijumah was under surveillance by Canadian officials in early October 2003, when he suddenly stopped attending classes and failed to show up for work. His disappearance aroused no concern, the sources say, until a few days later when the nuclear material was reported missing.[xvi]

[....] McMaster officials denied [....] But witnesses have verified Shukrijumah's presence in Hamilton and the school, according to several sources, has experienced radiological"leakage."[xvii]


Who gave Shukrijumah, a Saudi Arabian under suspicion, access to the reactor? And how is it that no one noticed increasing amounts of nuclear or radiological materials were disappearing over a period of months? [....]

[xvii] Christine Cox, "Terror Fears Suspend Tours of Mac Reactor," Hamilton Spectator, October 15, 2001. See also"Board Suspends Hospital License," Mc Master News (the news outline for Mc Master University), March 1998,

There is also much more information with considerable documentation on the website.



More to come as time permits.


Blogger rosemarie59 said...

The nuclear element: I'm thinking of Aly Hindy with the connection to Ontario Hydro and Elmasary (sp?) with the academic connections @ Waterloo that would probably be good at McMaster. I'm sure you've thought of this yourself, so if you think it prudent not to publish my comment, don't.

Thu Sep 21, 08:49:00 PM 2006  
Blogger News Junkie Canada said...

Re: Ontario Hydro & Aly Hindy, Waterloo University and Mohammed Elmasry

Add to that McMaster and el Shukrijumah, the nuclear research reactor, then missing nuclear material ...

When you consider that Aly Hindy worked at Ont. Hydro (on nuclear safety, was it not?), for 25-30 years, then consider the potential academic connections with Waterloo and Elmasry (computer science? math?) ... well, think about the possible implications of all this.

Meanwhile, those who came here years ago, instead of helping to find and expose potential terrorists, are wasting everyone's time taking umbrage at perceived insults to "the religion of peace", demanding that we mouth the mantra (to me the fabrication that Islam is "peaceful"), rather than point out the obvious. They expect, nay demand, that we deny what our own intelligence tells us -- that there are several of "the peaceful ones" who would like to bomb us to smithereens. Furthermore, it looks as though there is some evidence of their plans, as the article shows.

The CBC/mainstream media love the chance to divert attention away from the dangers, many brought to us under 30-40 years of open borders and laxity about security, whether because the media get to program the reactions and further reactions to the slightest hint that Islam might not be so peaceful, or whether it is because they are such deluded leftists, I'm not sure. It gives them programming fodder and maybe they believe their own bilge.

More important, the media divert attention from the actuality. The ones who are a danger get little or no publicity and may continue along their nefarious paths.

I think these connections may be significant. I also hope that Canadians will read further, for their own safety.

Thanks for writing.

Fri Sep 22, 12:01:00 AM 2006  
Blogger rosemarie59 said...

I have come to the conclusion---and I didn't always believe this---that when challenged, people take the line of least resistance. This has been bred into us. Compromise, tolerance, trust are virtues of course, but they're not an adequate substitute for thought. It takes courage to have strong convictions. Tolerance is a balancing act and it's not a teaching tool. You either get it or you don't.
What you said about immigrants who arrived here years ago ignoring the elephant in the room is important. They've forgotten where they came from. Or they've been so intent on providing a better life for their children that they've failed to drum into their consciousness the necessary facts of their European roots. The struggle, the hardships in many cases near starvation that they left behind. The only people in this world who never forget are the Jews. Unfortunately they don't reproduce in the same quantity as Muslims, and they're mostly in Israel, so removed from the Western mainstream. I have such sympathy for the Jews. And I can't comprehend the anti-Semitism that is so rampant in our midst. Sure, they've couched it as anti-Zionism, but it's all the same shit.

Fri Sep 22, 11:07:00 AM 2006  

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