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 Maher Arar





The [WWW]FBI list named the hijackers of Flight77 as:

    1) Khalid Almihdhar - Possible Saudi national

    • Possible resident of San Diego, CA, and New York NY
    • Alias: Sannan Al-Makki; Khalid Bin Muhammad; 'Addallah Al-Mihdhar; Khalid Mohammad Al-Saqaf

    2) Majed Moqed - Possible Saudi national

    • Alias: Majed M.GH Moqed; Majed Moqed, Majed Mashaan Moqed

    3) Nawaf Alhazmi - Possible Saudi national

    • Possible resident of Fort Lee, NJ; Wayne, NJ; San Diego, NJ
    • Alias: Nawaf Al-Hazmi; Nawaf Al Hazmi; Nawaf M.S. Al Hazmi

    4) Salem Alhazmi - Possible Saudi national

    • Possible resident of Fort Lee, NJ; Wayne, NJ

    5) Hani Hanjour -

    • Possible resident of Phoenix, AZ, and San Diego, CA
    • Alias: Hani Saleh Hanjour; Hani Saleh; Hani Hanjour, Hani Saleh H. Hanjour

Considering that all persons on board all four planes died, how did the FBI come up so quickly with a list of names of the alleged nineteen Arab hijackers - including aliases used by fourteen of them, in some cases seven aliases? Why were there no Arab names on the passenger lists at all? As none of the 19 hijackers names appear on any of the four passenger/crew flight lists, how do the FBI know who they are? Curiously, the FBI lists no dates of birth for any of the Flight 77 hijackers. A name without a birthdate is of dubious probative value.

In fact, at least 2 of the Flight77 "hijackers" are alive: Al-Mihdhar,Khalid and Al-Hamzi,Salim

The pilot, or whatever was flying the plane that hit the Pentagon, had to perform a difficult manoeuvre to bring his plane around 270 degrees, and effectively land it right at the point where the Pentagon building meets the ground, and apparently did it so well that he hit the building at exactly ground level. Yet the supposed pilot of Flight77, Hanjour,Hani couldn't even fly a single engine Cessna.


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