MANHUNT FOR AMERICA’S #1 TERRORIST REVEALS FEDERAL FOLLY

THINK YOU’RE SAFE THIS JULY 4th – – THINK AGAIN

NUCLEAR NIGHTMARE LOOMS

by

Paul L. Williams, Ph.D.

Adnan el-Shukrijumah again has captured national headlines for his part in a plot to blow up New York’s subway system and his association with Najibullah Zazi.

Zazi, an Afghan immigrant who worked as an airport shuttle driver in Denver, pleaded guilty in February to conspiring to use weapons of mass destruction, conspiracy to commit murder in a foreign country and providing material support to a terrorist organization.

Federal officials confirm that Shukrijumah has been commissioned by al-Qaeda 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.

To prepare for this mission, a team of al-Qaeda operatives reportedly were sent to McMaster University in order to gain knowledge of nuclear technology and to obtain access to the reactor.

McMaster remains flippant about terror threat

McMaster remains flippant regarding terror threat

Along with Shukrijumah, the team consisted of Anas al Liby, an engineer from Libya and member of the al-Qaeda high command; Jaber A. Elbaneh, a Yemeni national and naturalized American citizen who worked closely with the Lackawanna Six domestic cell near Buffalo, New York; and Amer el Matti, a Canadian national and licensed pilot.

Another visitor to the campus, according to several sources, was Abderraouf Jdey, the leader of the Montreal cell of al Qaeda.

At McMaster, Shukrijumah purportedly kept to himself, made few new friends or acquaintances, kept strictly to his studies, and left the facility at the same time as his colleagues. He also managed to obtain employment at the reactor — allegedly as a guide.

Shukrijumah’s “normal’ behavior on the Hamilton campus, a source said, gave him entry to places where dangerous materials were stored without raising undue suspicion. 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.

According to Debka, an internet outlet for Israeli intelligence, 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.

Jayne Johnson, a spokesperson for McMaster University, declined to comment on the reports of Shukrijumah and the other al-Qaeda agents at the school. Other McMaster officials denied that any al Qaeda agents were on campus and that any nuclear or radiological material was missing from the campus.

In an interview pertinent to this report, Pakistani reporter Hamid Mir confirmed that he had received verification that Anas al-Liby was at McMaster and that al-Liby had been instrumental in the removal of radiological/nuclear material from the reactor.

Mir further testified that nuclear weapons and materials had been forward deployed by al-Qaeda to the United States. Despite Mir’s stature among journalists as the only reporter to interview Osama bin Laden in the wake of 9/11, federal officials have neglected to investigate the bases of his claims.

Canadian Television Journalist at McMaster Reactor – UNDETECTED

At the conclusion of its investigation, Debka raised the following questions concerning Shukrijumah at McMaster and his mind-boggling vanishing act:

(A) Why were there no agents observing the subject inside the reactor? These sources did not disclose which security agencies were responsible for the surveillance.

(B) 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?

(C) How was Shukrijumah able to give his watchers the slip?

(D) Was the subject tipped off by an inside source in the U. S. or Canadian security services?

Upon their departure from Canada, Shukrijumah and his terrorist friends made their way to Buffalo where they may have been harbored by some members of the notorious Lackawanna (LA) Mosque. Jaber A. Elbaneh was a member of the infamous Lackawanna Six, who provided materiel support to al-Qaeda, and members of the Elbaneh family served in positions of leadership at the LA Mosque.

It is also alleged that Shukrijumah and his accomplices received monetary and logistical support from Mohammed Albanna, who managed to escape under the radar of the bust of the Lackawanna Six.

The search for Shurkijumah got underway with full steam when Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, al Qaeda’s third in command, was captured, quite by accident, in Karachi, Pakistan March 1, 2003.

After days of interrogation, coupled with severe sleep deprivation, Mohammed told U.S. officials that bin Laden was planning to create a “nuclear hell storm” in America. Unlike other attacks, the terrorist chief said, the chain of command for the nuclear attack answered directly to bin Laden, al-Zawahiri, and a mysterious scientist called “Dr. X.”

Mohammed later admitted that “Dr. X” was Dr. Abdul Qadeer Khan, the Pakistani father of the Islamic bomb and the godfather of modern nuclear proliferation. He further confessed that the field commander for this operation was a naturalized American citizen whom he also referred to as Mohammed Sher Mohammed Khan and “Jafer al Tayyar” (“Jafer the Pilot”). Both names are aliases of Adnan el Shukrijumah.

Khalid Mohammed went on to say that Adnan represents a “single-cell” — a lone agent capable of launching a solo nuclear or radiological attack on a major American city. The news of such a cell reportedly startled U.S. officials who assumed that al Qaeda cells contained several members who were supported by broad logistical back-up crews.

On March 21, 2003, Attorney General John Ashcroft and FBI Director Robert Mueller issued a BOLO (“be-on-the-lookout”) alert for Shukrijumah, Amer el-Maati, and Abderraouf Jdey. Four other suspected Islamic terrorists were added to the Seeking Information list: Ahmed Kalfan Ghailani (a.k.a., “Foopie”), who took part in the 1998 embassy bombings in Kenya and Tanzania; Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani, another participant in the bombings; Adam Yahiye Gadahn (a.k.a., Adam Pearlman), a Jewish convert to Islam who grew up on a goat ranch in Riverside County, California; and Aafia Siddiqui, who received a biology degree from Massachusetts Institute of Technology and penned a doctoral thesis on neurological science at Brandeis University.

Ms. Siddiqui, a native of Pakistan, worked closely with Khalid Sheikh Mohammed as a “fixer,” the central al-Qaeda operative who supported money and logistical support to Shukrijumah and his associates from the Saudi embassy.

Several days after the BOLO was issued, Shukrijumah and Jdey were spotted at a Denny’s restaurant in Avon, Colo., where one ordered a chicken sandwich and a salad. Samuel Mac, the restaurant manager, described them as “demanding, rude and obnoxious.”

They told Mac they were from Iran and were driving from New York to the West Coast. Upon calling the FBI headquarters in Washington, D.C., Mac said the agent who answered the telephone said he had to call the bureau’s Denver office and declined to take down any information.

When Mac called the Denver office of the FBI, he was shuttled to voice mail because “all the agents were busy.” It was five hours before a seemingly uninterested agent called the restaurant manager. This agent, according to Mac, took a few notes and said she would pass the information along to the field agents who were handling the case.

This promise represented the full extent of the government’s interest in the sighting even though Shukrijumah had been labeled by FBI Director Robert Mueller as “the next Mohammad Atta” and even though the FBI had posted a $5 million reward for any information leading to his capture.

The federal and state law enforcement officials failed to interview the restaurant workers and the patrons, purportedly even those who were willing to verify the presence of the terrorists in the restaurant. No forensic evidence was obtained from the scene by any law enforcement officials — not even the utensils that had been used by the suspects.

When contacted by The Denver Post, Monique Kelso, spokeswoman for the Denver bureau, said the office had received at least a dozen calls as a result of the BOLO. The calls, Kelo said, were all taken seriously. She added, “We follow up on every lead.”

By early April, Adnan was safe and secure under the protection of Farouk Razac in Georgetown, Guyana.

Razac represented the Muslim godfather in Guyana. He not only ran an elaborate death squad but also engaged in such nefarious activities as money laundering, arms running, and drug trafficking, most specifically, the cocaine route from Guinea, Trinidad, and Tobago to Canada.

As a radical Sunni, Razac became affiliated with Jamaat ul-Muslimeen, Trinidad’s homegrown terrorist group, and served to secure funding for jihadi ventures.

Shukrijumah was spotted at the Swiss House Cambio, Razac’s money exchange, by several witnesses, including George Bacchus, a law enforcement informant.

At the Cambio, Shukrijumah met one of Razac’s closest clients — Imam Muhammed Hassan Abrahemi, the director of the International Islamic College for Advanced Studies, a small Shiite school in Georgetown that received large amounts of revenue from the government of Iran.

He also became acquainted with Abdul Nur, a civil engineer, who ran errands for Razac; Abdul Kadir, who served as the assistant director at Abrahemi’s Islamic College; and Russell Defreitas, a member of the Guyanese Parliament and leader of Jamaat ul-Muslimeen. This new association would produce a trial of corpses leading to a plot to a botched FBI sting and an attempt to blow up the fuel line that feeds the JFK International Airport in New York.

The first victim was Abrahemi, who was kidnapped by two masked men as he was leaving the Islamic College on April 2, 2004. Several days later, his body was discovered within a shallow grave on the outskirts of Georgetown.

The hit appeared to be professional. Abrahemi had been shot twice in the back of the head while assuming a kneeling position. His mouth had been taped shut with duct tape, and his hands and feet were bound by nylon cords. The perpetuators of the crime have never been caught.

By this time, the FBI had managed to infiltrate Jamaat ul-Muslimeen and made use of undercover agents to pose as jihadis and to work with Nur, Kadir, and Dufreitas in an attempt to lure the elusive Shukrijumah into a trap.

The undercover agents provided the terrorist group with money and logistical support, compliments of US taxpayers, to launch a plot to blow up a system of jet fuel supply tanks and pipelines that feed fuel to the JFK International Airport in Queens, New York.

Later, U. S. Attorney Roslynn Mauskoff would appear before the press to say that the planned attack represented “one of the most chilling plots imaginable” — a plot which might have caused “unthinkable devastation.”

In reality, the plot was a ploy since exploding the fuel tanks represented a technical impossibility. Jet fuel does not produce explosive force, and the pipelines and fuel tanks that are buried beneath Queens have safety valves to prevent any mishap.

The FBI had assumed that a well-oiled scheme to blow up a massive international airport and an entire borough of Manhattan would lure Shukrijumah from his hiding place.

The assumption proved to be incorrect. Shukrijumah failed to appear at any of planning sessions in Trinidad and Guyana, and the federal officials were left not only with a hefty bill for the cockamamie scheme but also the creation of a new and financially flush arm of Jamaat ul-Muslimeen.

Nur, Kadir, Dufreitas and Kareem Ibrahim, a fourth operative, were taken into custody, albeit several the arrests were a result of entrapment. “We thought he could be the invisible hand. He’s always in the shadows, particularly in [the Caribbean]. He’s passed through it, he’s known, his name came up in the conversations. He would have been the prize.”

On May 7, 2007, two months after the airport plot went array, Farouk Razac was found dead in his Georgetown home with a wound to his head and marks around his neck. An autopsy report concluded that he had died of asphyxiation due to ligature strangulation.

Recently, witnesses testified that Adnan was residing in an apartment complex within the quaint Canadian city of Guelph in southern Ontario. They said that Adnan and nine other Muslim men who lived in the building made daily visits to the regional airport where they believed he was working.

The witnesses contacted the authorities and expressed concern about their personal safety, especially since several lived in the complex. But no officials appeared at their doorways to substantiate their claims.

To add to the folly, federal officials have neglected to obtain an arrest warrant for the country’s most wanted terror suspect.

Where is Adnan el-Shukrijumah?

The answer is anyone’s guess despite the fact that he might be carrying a hell of a firecracker.

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14 Responses to MANHUNT FOR AMERICA’S #1 TERRORIST REVEALS FEDERAL FOLLY

  1. Debbie says:

    Excellent article with many unanswered questions as always surrounding el-Shukrijumah and the Feds.

  2. AmericatheBrave says:

    We have got to get better at monitoring the terrorist that migrate to America to ultimately perform Jihad on us. They clip under the radar and no one is paying attention. This is where American citizens need to start screaming loud and clear.

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  4. Therese says:

    I agree totally, the West is letting its citizens down. Someone here in Australia said yesterday that our politicians should be arrested for treason as they are now putting the jihad boys before the ridgy didge citizens of our country and they have a point.

    But, I am trying to find an article which was about two months ago and it was the History of Turkish genocide from about the year 800AD to present day genocide of the Kurds in their traditional homeland and it of course included the Greeks, Pontus and Thracian and Armenians, Assyrians etc., Practically the entire Mediterranean region has been attacked by Turkey at some time or another.

    This was a lengthy essay and written by scholars and was dispursed with remarkable oil colours of the events. It had about eight authors. If anyone knows about it please be kind enough to let me have the line for it. I am writing a book on Turkey and Islam and would be appreciative of your help.

  5. Therese says:

    meant to write “Link for it”.

  6. istambul says:

    “Kurds took advantage of the peaceful mentality of the Armenians by imposing taxes on them, robbing their goods, and assaulting their women. Some Kurds, however, managed to get along with Armenians in the region. Accounts from this time by foreign travellers contain many stories of atrocities committed by Kurds. C. B. Norman, war correspondent of The Times, writes of “complaints on all sides of the conduct of the Kurds”, of their “ravishing of women, highway robberies, plundering villages, and murders”.[3]”
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Armenian%E2%80%93Kurdish_relations

  7. Therese says:

    Sounds just like modern Islam

  8. istambul says:

    and please have a look to this, this is happening now.

    http://www.afajournal.org/1007iraq_persecution.asp

  9. sheetslitter says:

    Read the attached article- this guy had 100’s of machine guns- greande launchers and grenades. He just “happened” to live next to a nuclear facility….
    Wake up America!

    http://www.zimbio.com/Randeep+Mann/articles/6177876/Arkansas+physician+jailed+weapons+war+charge

  10. Therese says:

    It is beginning to overwhelm me with the amount of terrorists in our midst. The war on terror seems so long ago, but the terrorists just keep rolling along. It was a war for oil for America we all know that. But by calling it a war on terror, Bush was able to launch his drive to keep oil flowing for the masses in America and give the big oil companies time to rethink the future of oil. Well that didn’t happen and there is no sign of oil being a thing of the past, as we can see with the BP spill in the gulf. If the American taxpayers had paid for a change over from using oil and exploring other sources of power for the world, and may I say the money spent on the war, not to mention the death of our soldiers, would have worked cheaper in the long run than blowing up Irac. This is a tragedy and will remain so. So what about Afghanistan? The last thing our society needs are more poppy crops, so why is it we are in their exactly? The Afghans surely dont want this war, they are surrounded on both sides by Islamic states Iran and Pakistan so why are we kidding ourselves about this. Sadly I know the answer deep in my heart and I weep. I can still see the little children running from the agent orange bombs in vietnam. Their minds and bodies scared forever. Is it all that difficult to say stop.

  11. Kim Bruce says:

    Paul, this is excellent work you have done.

    I sent a letter to my MP way back in either August or September of 2009 when I first heard the news of the lawsuit against you launched by McMaster University.

    The Honourable Member’s Assistant didn’t know a thing about the case but was going to look into it.

    I sent a refresher, on July 5th with this report, to his office and I am still awaiting word.
    I sent out another notice and update with today’s report “ADNAN EL SHUKRIJUMAH FINALLY INDICTED”.

    It is my desperate hope that you will be cleared of all charges against you, and that these criminals will be brought to justice before something terrifyingly real occurs.

  12. Jack Sperrow says:

    ”This article has multiple issues. Please help improve the article or discuss these issues on the talk page.

    This biography of a living person needs additional references or sources for verification. Tagged since July 2009.
    It needs sources or references that appear in third-party publications. Tagged since July 2009.
    Its neutrality is disputed. Tagged since July 2009.”

    That is exactly what you are going to see on the top of the Wikipedia page when you type in Paul L. William…

    If he really is what he claims to be, why can’t he just show any references from universities he claimed to have a PhD from?!

    Hope you guys got the message….Don’t sell your ears to someone who can’t even verify his identity.

  13. Jack Sperrow says:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paul_L._Williams

    Take a look at the above link and tell me what do you think when you read the ”lawsuit” section of the wikipedia article about him…isn’t that funny? May be he is making this whole web thing just to distract people from what he really is???

  14. Victoria Lopez says:

    Sperrow either use your real name or get educated on American journalism.

    Print bio
    Dr. Paul L. Williams
    Dr. Paul L. Williams is an American author, journalist, and consultant, and, for over a decade, has taught philosophy, religion, and the humanities as an adjunct professor at The University of Scranton and Wilkes University.

    Paul came to international prominence in early June, 2006, as a result of his central involvement as an investigator the month prior into the suspicious activities of members of the faculty of McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. These investigations, paired with investigations being conducted by Ontario police eventually led to the arrests of 17 terrorist suspects by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP).

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