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To: Thomas M. who wrote (12860)3/20/2002 11:13:16 AM
From: GUSTAVE JAEGER
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Clues to my "political fiction"....

Tuesday, 21 December, 1999, 14:46 GMT
Profile: Mohamed al-Fayed

news.bbc.co.uk

Excerpt:

Or he is the father who lost his son in tragic and very public circumstances, who has been denied British citizenship despite employing thousands of people in the UK.
________________

French Police Search Villa of Bin Laden Brother
Wed Mar 20, 8:35 AM ET

PARIS (Reuters)
- Police searched the French Riviera villa of the half-brother of Osama bin Laden on Wednesday as part of a money-laundering investigation, judicial sources said.

The sources did not say what the result of the searches were on the Cannes home of Geneva-based financier Yeslam binLadin, who spells his name differently from his half-brother.

The search follows a money-laundering probe launched in December 2001 by Paris investigating judges that targets binLadin's Saudi Investment Company (SICO).
[snip]

story.news.yahoo.com

Wednesday, 20 March, 2002, 13:20 GMT
Police swoop on Bosnian charity

By the BBC's Alix Kroeger in Sarajevo


Bosnian police have raided the offices of an Islamic charity believed to have links with extremist organisations, including the al-Qaeda terrorist network.

Police seized documents and questioned staff at the Benevolentia International Foundation in Sarajevo and in the central Bosnian town of Zenica.

The raid is part of ongoing efforts to clamp down on Islamic charities which may be channelling funds to al-Qaeda and other extremist organisations.

In January, six naturalised Bosnians were stripped of their citizenship and handed over to the American authorities. Most of them had been working for Islamic humanitarian organisations.
[...]

news.bbc.co.uk

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To: GUSTAVE JAEGER who wrote (12864)3/20/2002 11:36:27 AM
From: Thomas M.
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LOL!

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To: GUSTAVE JAEGER who wrote (12870)3/20/2002 11:42:46 AM
From: Thomas M.
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Example:

America was having negotiations with the Taliban as RAWA (the Afghan women's rights group) was complaining about them. No problem, and no story. And now, as the media pumps out stories about the horrors of women under the Taliban, we don't hear anywhere about how RAWA (along with all the other foes of the Taliban) has condemned the American attack on Afghanistan.

Tom

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To: Thomas M. who wrote (12876)3/20/2002 11:54:44 AM
From: GUSTAVE JAEGER
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Sounds like the US's revered ADL will incur a membership drop-off of sorts.... Or how censorship by Judeofascist control-freaks can backfire:

Billy Graham, Anti-Semitic?
If he returns his ADL award, so will I.

March 19, 2002 3:25 p.m.

By William F. Buckley Jr, NR's Editor at Large


nationalreview.com

Come to think of it, that story reminds me of a friend of mine who used to work for the late/bankrupt airline SABENA... He once told me that most executive and managerial positions in his company were filled by Flemish guys and then noted that it really didn't matter whether one was perfectly fluent in Flemish.... To be appointed to a managerial job, being fluent in Flemish wasn't enough --you must BE a Fleming.

Well, I guess the same holds true for that "anti-Semitic" thing... Whatever their goodwill, goyim can't be perfectly anti-Semitic... like the nuance between 100% and 99.99%. I guess it's precisely that 0.01% that spoiled Graham's fame....

Gus

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To: epsteinbd who wrote (12867)3/20/2002 1:40:16 PM
From: Andy Thomas
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what do you think of chamish?

rense.com

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To: hal jordan who wrote (12852)3/20/2002 3:03:35 PM
From: monkey's uncle
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Biblical Archeology: (Audio)

npr.org

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To: Thomas M. who wrote (12858)3/20/2002 3:06:28 PM
From: monkey's uncle
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I have heard to the contrary, as of the Lehrer Report.

Do we really need a reason, a valid reason?

How about bin Laden having been spotted there in Iraq or Muhammed Atta meeting an Iraqi government official in the Czech Republic?

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To: GUSTAVE JAEGER who wrote (12865)3/20/2002 3:20:15 PM
From: monkey's uncle
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If you were to listen to the American news media, you would think that VP Cheney parted the Red Sea a second time. What has he actually done there? Nothing, maybe promised Israel the 800 million that are looking for.

Whatever he did/did not accomplish, he did not have time to meet with Arafat though.

Israel cannot attack Iraq, per our instructions. We must have given them the lecture and tied to more geld, they are allowing it and seeing if the Americans will handle the job for them.

Did Cheney make it to Yad Vashem? Was Zinni required to make another visit?

Next time Sharon comes to the United States or Europe, he should be required to make a visit, with wreath, to a Veteran Memorial. How about a visit to a Gulf War veteran's home?

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To: Nadine Carroll who wrote (12854)3/20/2002 4:17:53 PM
From: lorne
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Nadine. You said..." A. So far the rule is, Arafat wins by terror, and Israel is prevented from going after his power base...."

Just a thought but wouldn't it be wise for Israel to have all it's forces within its borders in the event of a USA strike on iraq? I just find it hard to believe that the USA would reward arafat at the expense of Israel.
IMO this is arafat's very last chance....Until maybe the next very last chance.

Lorne

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To: lorne who wrote (12882)3/20/2002 4:27:32 PM
From: Nadine Carroll
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Just a thought but wouldn't it be wise for Israel to have all it's forces within its borders in the event of a USA strike on iraq? I just find it hard to believe that the USA would reward arafat at the expense of Israel.
IMO this is arafat's very last chance....Until maybe the next very last chance.


Which borders are you talking about? Arafat always goes too far, and always gets one more last chance.

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