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Posted: 9/6/2002 2:36:12 PM EST
These Fucking Alkida assholes were planning on another attack on Sep 11. Kill all the alkida! Thats the only way to fix the problem. [url]http://sg.news.yahoo.com/reuters/asia-123965.html[/url] Saturday September 7, 3:37 AM Germany arrests two over new attack plan By Adam Tanner BERLIN (Reuters) - German officials said on Friday they had arrested an apparent follower of Osama bin Laden and his American girlfriend for planning attacks on U.S. sites to mark the anniversary of the September 11 attack. Separately, the German prosecutor's office said U.S. authorities had arrested an Afghan-born German from the city of Hamburg, where three September 11 hijackers once lived, on suspicion of planning attacks. In Germany, police arrested a 25-year-old German-born Turk who was in possession of explosives and chemicals near the tourist city of Heidelberg on Thursday. They also detained his 23-year-old American girlfriend who works as a civilian at a U.S. base supermarket. "We have evidence that an attack was planned for September 11," said Thomas Schaeuble, interior minister for the southwest German state of Baden-Wuerttemberg. "He seems to be a follower of Osama bin Laden who is deeply religious and harbours a hatred for Americans and Jews." He said the attacks would have been aimed against U.S. military installations and sites in the centre of the city. Security has been tightened across Europe ahead of the first anniversary of the attacks on the United States in which more than 3,000 people died. Washington has blamed Saudi-born dissident bin Laden and his al Qaeda network for the attacks with hijacked airliners, which destroyed the twin tower landmark of the World Trade Center in New York and hit U.S. military headquarters at the Pentagon on Washington's outskirts. The Heidelberg area is home to the U.S. Army Europe headquarters and is a popular destination for American tourists and students studying in Germany. BOMB SHELLS FOUND Schaeuble said police had found shells for five bombs and 130 kg (287 pounds) of chemicals and electrical material. The suspect worked in a chemical factory in the western city of Karlsruhe. He added that Germany had received help from U.S. officials in uncovering the case. The state interior minister said it was unclear if the pair were part of a larger international terror group. "One must also consider the possibility of fanatical individuals," Schaeuble said. The case appears to be the first involving a September 11 anniversary attack. Just on Wednesday German Interior Minister Otto Schily said authorities had reviewed 500 tip-offs of possible new attacks since September 11, 2001, but found no evidence of a concrete plot to mark the date. The prosecutor's office in Karlsruhe said U.S. officials had arrested an Afghan-born German in New York and said he was being held in Virginia. It said the man travelled from Germany to the United States in mid July and was arrested in late August. U.S. officials told Germany there was evidence of possible attacks planned by the 39-year-old man, the office said. Germany was able to identify him and opened a criminal case on charges of membership in a terrorist organisation. Hamburg has been a focus of investigations into the September 11 attack because Mohammed Atta, the leader of the 19 kamikaze hijackers, and two other lead pilots lived and studied for years in the northern port city. HUNT ON FOR OTHERS FROM HAMBURG Police are looking for several others from Hamburg in connection with the September 11 attack. "We cannot rule out that sleeper agents live even here in Germany or in Europe or elsewhere," Ulrich Kersten, the head of Germany's Federal Crime Agency, said this week. "What we know for sure is that in Europe and in Germany there are people who are ready to commit violence in a jihad." Some conservatives who are running against the ruling coalition of German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder say they have been expecting an increase in anti-terrorism arrests ahead of Germany's tight September 22 election.
Link Posted: 9/6/2002 4:42:14 PM EST
Alkida? [>:/]
Link Posted: 9/6/2002 4:49:48 PM EST
Originally Posted By Boomer: Alkida?
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Thats right. You spelling nazi[;D]
Link Posted: 9/6/2002 5:59:17 PM EST
Not only is it spelled wrong, it is in the wrong forum. Damn, it's even spelled for you in the article. As for the girlfriend, she should be hanged for espionage.
Link Posted: 9/6/2002 6:13:10 PM EST
Originally Posted By LARRYG: Not only is it spelled wrong, it is in the wrong forum. Damn, it's even spelled for you in the article.
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It'll be Ok. Relax[:D]
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Link Posted: 9/6/2002 8:47:38 PM EST
Alkida? Isn't that some kind of Japanese dog or something? [BD]
Link Posted: 9/6/2002 8:59:34 PM EST
they "WERE" planning another attack? HELL, they STILL ARE. the german cell may have been caught, doesnt mean there arent many cells working now to attack some type of american installation in Various parts of the World. anything american is threatened, it doesnt have to be on ameican soil, either.
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