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Flock of Muslim women clutching briefcases and text messaging during films are spotted in Raleigh, NC.
E-mail describes Juval Aviv's predictions for upcoming terrorist attacks on the U.S.
E-mail exhorts Americans to fly the U.S. flag on September 11.
E-mail reproduces interview with documentary filmmaker Pierre Rehov about the psychology of terrorism.
Eerie coincidences pertaining to September 11 involving elevens, a Quran verse and Wingdings.
Essay by retired Air Force major general analyzes the war on terrorism.
Officials announced a credible threat was received that New York's subway may be the target of a terrorist attack Oct. 7-10, 2005.
London police are warning against using the Underground, citing the threat of an imminent terrorist attack.
Al-Qaeda terrorists have poisoned one in five cans of Coca-Cola with anthrax and arsenic.
Minutes of emergency response agencies' meeting reveal that on 26 November four Long Island shopping malls will be hit in a terrorist attack using chemical weapons.
Osama bin Laden has been captured, but the U.S. government is delaying the announcement until just before the presidential elections.
Terrorists are planning to strike the U.S. on 11 June 2004.
An Iraqi woman in an American grocery store who disdains America's bombing of her country is told off by another patron.
911 days separated the September 11 terrorist attacks on the U.S. and the 2004 train bombings in Madrid, Spain.
WTC survivor dies in ferry crash.
A retired New York fireman, the father-in-law of a pregnant woman who missed a doomed September 11 flight, died rescuing others at the WTC.
A mural in Iraq depicts an airplane slamming into buildings resembling the World Trade Center towers.
Three people died of suffocation after sealing their home with plastic sheeting and duct tape.
Military personnel should avoid the use of the NACEC.org web site.
A shipment of UPS uniforms is missing and presumed to have been stolen by terrorists.
Singer Charlie Daniels pens an essay about the prisoners being held at Guantanamo Bay.
Devastating terrorist attacks are planned for the USA, especially in and around New York, during the weekend beginning 14 February 2003.
Vietnam veteran Brian Shul delivered a patriotic speech in Chico, California, in 2001.
British spy novelist John le Carré authored an "America gone mad" essay accusing "President Bush of being driven to war by the thirst for oil and power."
The FBI is asking for the public's help in finding five men who are believed to have entered the USA illegally on 24 December 2002.
A high-ranking member of al-Qaeda revealed that the terrorist organization has already placed nuclear weapons in seven large American cities.
British journalist Tony Parsons penned an article chiding Brits for their attitude towards the September 11 attack on America.
The winning numbers in a New York state lottery drawing on 11 September 2002 were 9-1-1.
Hospitals experienced a sharp increase in births nine months after September 11.
All airlines are offering free air travel on 11 September 2002.
An American Airlines pilot penned an essay entitled "You Worry Me."
Terrorists are funding their operations through a telephone scam whereby they lure the unsuspecting to stay on the line by promising information about a nuclear attack in the USA.
Driving with your headlights on during daylight hours on September 11 will demonstrate national solidarity and respect for the victims of the terrorist attacks.
On the morning of September 11, no taxis were to be found at the World Trade Center.
Outback Steakhouse brought a steak dinner to American troops serving in Afghanistan.
Terrorists are planning to launch attacks from 7-Eleven stores on July 11 2002.
Horrific events put paid to a cheating husband's alibi.
Starbucks recalled a promotional poster because some customers complained it was too reminiscent of the September 11 terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center.
Kindness performed for a stranger nets a warning not to drink Coca-Cola or Pepsi after a certain date.
An image portraying a bald eagle, an American flag, a rainbow, and the outstretched hands of a heavenly figure over the New York skyline is the design for an upcoming commemorative stamp to be issued by the U.S. Postal Service.
A truck carrying ten tons of cyanide was hijacked in Mexico, and some of the cyanide is still missing.
A properly folded U.S. $20 bill reveals images of the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon.
An Air Force officer named Tony Mitchell sent his wife a message from Afghanistan asking her to enlist Christians to pray in support of U.S. soldiers engaged in a "blood bath."
Air Force veteran pens editorial about the need for immigrants to adapt to American culture.
Former USAF General Dick Hawley delivered a caustic speech about "thoughts of such surpassing stupidity that they must be addressed."
The damage to the Pentagon on September 11 was caused by something other than a hijacked Boeing 757's being crashed into its side.
A piece defining "What is an American?" was penned by an Australian dentist.
Secret flights whisked bin Laden family members and Saudi nationals out of the U.S. immediately after September 11 while a general ban on air travel was still in effect, and before the FBI had any opportunity to question any of the passengers.
New York fireman writes letter asking President Clinton to stay away from September 11-related FDNY events.
Ice sculpture depicts an angel leaning on the shoulder of an exhausted New York City fireman.
Texas doctor pens opinion piece about the treatment of prisoners captured in Afghanistan.
General John J. Pershing effectively discouraged Muslim terrorists in the Philippines by killing them and burying their bodies with pigs.
E-mail message examines various automobile manufacturers' contributions to September 11-related relief efforts.
An unburned Bible was found amidst the charred wreckage of the Pentagon after the September 11 terrorist attack.
Boston Globe columnist Jeff Jacoby wrote an opinion piece condemning American Taliban John Walker Lindh's parents for their over-permissiveness.
President George W. Bush has been nominated to receive the Nobel Peace Prize.
Bronze memorial to New York City firefighters will be rendered in a historically inaccurate way.
Osama bin Laden has been spotted in Utah.
Bodies still strapped into their airplane seats were discovered in an apartment near the World Trade Center.
World Trade Center attack survivor Adam Mayblum gave a first-person account of his harrowing escape from one of the doomed towers. (28 December 2001)
During a hospital visit, President George W. Bush saluted an Army officer who had been badly injured during the September 11 terrorist attack on the Pentagon.*
Time magazine is considering designating Osama bin Laden as their "Man of the Year" for 2001.
The President has called upon the nations of the world to mark Dec. 11 with expressions of remembrance of the September 11 terrorist attacks.
An expletive-filled letter from "Saucy Jack" detailing conditions in Afghanistan was penned by a Marine serving there.
Astronaut John Glenn authored a piece expressing outrage at how the U.S. military has been hampered and ignored in recent years.
In a memo to his cavemates, Osama bin Laden decries the theft of a box of Cheez-Its.
A firm posts a sign that says "We would rather do business with 1,000 terrorists than with one Jew."
A Congressional resolution has established a National Day of Reconciliation.
Monies given to the September 11th Fund are being used to defend suspected terrorists.
Osama bin Laden owns Citibank.
Osama bin Laden is dying of kidney disease.
A photograph captured an unlucky tourist posing on the observation deck of a World Trade Center tower seconds before a hijacked airliner smashed into the building.
Sylvester Stallone will once again portray John Rambo in Rambo IV, an upcoming film which will feature the hero tackling terrorists in Afghanistan and capturing Osama bin Laden.
Singer Charlie Daniels pulled out of a scheduled appearance because that benefit's organizers barred him from performing a certain song.
A woman who had survived the destruction of the World Trade Center died on American Airlines
Flight 587 just two months later.
Photograph shows sunrise through the World Trade Center towers.
An e-mail petition seeks to establish a National Firefighters Day.
A NYC firefighter's dare to Osama bin Laden brought about the crash of American Airlines Flight 587.
The son of a woman rescued from the World Trade Center decided to join the Taliban.
Associated Press briefly carried a photo showing a sailor on the USS Enterprise signing a bomb with the words "HIGH JACK THIS FAGS."
Dunkin' Donuts employees of Arab extraction celebrated as news of the attack on the World Trade Center and Pentagon was aired. Or Terry Bradshaw kicked the asses of Arabs he caught celebrating on that day.
A convicted terrorist, Mahmoud Atta, released by Israel at the insistence of the United States participated in the September 11 terrorist attacks on America.
Not all of the money donated to various charities to benefit victims of the September 11 terrorist attacks is being distributed to those victims.
California governor Gray Davis announced that a credible threat existed about planned terrorist activity against major bridges in California.
"The Real Deal," words of wisdom about gas, germs, and nukes, was written by Army veteran Red Thomas.
An "Open letter to terrorists from an American grandfather" was written by Dr. Charles F. Stanley, the Atlanta pastor who appears on the "In Touch" radio and television broadcasts.
A dog named Daisy rescued countless souls from the damaged World Trade Center towers.
"God Bless the USA" singer-composer Lee Greenwood dodged the draft in the 1960s by fleeing to Canada.*
During wartime, the seal of the President of the United States is modified so that the eagle's head faces the opposite direction.*
Six men of Middle Eastern appearance were stopped by police in the Midwest but released, even though they possessed Israeli passports and photographs and descriptions of a nuclear power plant in Florida and the Trans-Alaska pipeline.
Seven women have died from sniffing perfume or detergent samples sent to them in the mail.
Muhammad Ali offered a pithy quote about religion while visiting the World Trade Center site.
Garlic and oil of oregano are proven to be effective treatments for anthrax.
University peaceniks are chased from a restaurant by patrons singing God Bless America.
A tugboat on the Mississippi and a Coast Guard post in Natchez were sprayed with a harmful substance by a mysterious crop duster in mid-October.
Los Angeles has been targeted for further terrorist activity on October 26.
American propaganda broadcasts are telling the Taliban that they are 'condemned' and instructing them in how to surrender.
The fire chief of Berkeley, California, ordered the removal of American flags from city fire trucks.
Terrorists purchased large amounts of candy from Costco stores in New Jersey just before Halloween 2001.
Women: Take off your clothes and scare terrorists!
Coded images in oil paintings reveal plans for an upcoming "massive germ attack on the U.S."
Based on information from a meeting with President Bush, Bishop T. D. Jakes of Dallas told his congregation to stock up on supplies in anticipation of a "chemical war."
A mother cat and kittens were found living in the basement of a restaurant beneath the rubble of the World Trade Center.
Girl receives letter from her disappeared Afghan boyfriend saying terrorists are going to strike at U.S. malls on Halloween.
Senator John McCain delivered a speech about a Vietnam POW who was beaten for sewing an American flag into his shirt.
Osama bin Laden owns Snapple.
Ironing your mail will kill any lurking anthrax spores.
His Holiness the Dalai Lama composed a letter in response to the September 11 terrorist attacks in which he urged the people of the world to become "spiritual activists."
A Romanian newspaper ran a stirring pro-American editorial.
Delivery person who saw Arabs at a convenience store celebrating the terrorist attacks pulled all Budweiser product from that store.
Schools and other municipal agencies have been ordered to remove banners displaying the phrase 'God Bless America.'
A writer named Rob Suggs penned the poem "The Binch" in order to help explain the World Trade Center attacks to the children at an Atlanta hospital for whom he performs story-telling therapy.
President George W. Bush has sponsored the creation of a Presidential Prayer Team.
Kindness performed for a stranger nets warning about upcoming terrorist attack.
Fear of exposure to Anthrax delivered by mail is running high.
Bert, the Sesame Street muppet, appears on posters carried by supporters of Osama bin Laden.
A schoolboy predicted the start of World War III one day before the terrorist attacks on America.
Actor James Woods observed and reported four hijackers making a trial run on an airline flight before the September 11 terrorist attacks on America.
Thirty Ryder, Verizon, and U-Haul trucks have been stolen recently, presumably by terrorists who will use them in the ongoing attack on America.
Construction workers at the World Trade Center found two metal beams in the shape of a cross a few days after the September 11 terrorist attacks.
The Reuters news agency has proscribed the use of the word 'terrorists' to describe those who pulled off the September 11 terrorist attacks on America.
Being an only child (or an only son) automatically exempts you from military service.*
ABC News has asked their reporters not to wear American flag lapel pins or red, white, and blue ribbons.
Actor Jackie Chan was scheduled to begin filming a movie at the World Trade Center on the morning of September 11 but changed his plans because the screenwriter failed to deliver the script for the planned scene on time.
Four thousand Israelis employed by companies housed in the World Trade Center stayed home from work on September 11, warned in advance of the impending attack on the World Trade Center.
The winner of the FOX reality TV show "Murder in Small Town X," a New York city firefighter, was killed during rescue efforts at the World Trade Center.
A Canadian policeman was suspended after traveling to New York to help search for survivors of the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center.
The town of Gander in Newfoundland played host to thousands of airline passengers stranded there when American airspace was closed after the September 11 terrorist attacks.
On NBC's Today program, Billy Graham's daughter said to Bryant Gumbel that "We need to make up our mind — do we want God or do we not want Him . . . We cannot just ask Him in when disaster strikes."
MSNBC's web site displayed unfortunate ad placement after the September 11 terrorist attacks.
In the days just prior to the 11 September 2001, large quantities of stock in United and American Airlines were traded by persons with foreknowledge of the upcoming 9/11 attacks.
Several people falsely claimed to have lost loved ones in the September 11 attacks.
Man trapped high in the collapsing World Trade Tower rode the falling debris to safety.
The September 11 terrorist attacks on America were a failure from a statistical standpoint.
Several domain names related to the September 11 terrorist attack on America were registered before the attack.
Light a candle tonight for a satellite photo.
U.S. naval officer's letter from the USS Winston S. Churchill describes a 'manning the rails' ceremony performed by a German destroyer.
A United Airlines pilot delivered a pre-flight speech in which he instructed passengers how to overpower any hijackers that might be aboard.
In 1941, newsman Edward R.Murrow penned a piece about the need for restraint in the American response to the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor.
Starbucks charged ambulance workers $130 for three cases of water intended for the injured during the search and rescue at the World Trade Center.
Blue envelopes from the Klingerman Foundation containing sponges saturated with a deadly virus are being anonymously mailed to random Americans.*
Sending a petition to the United Nations Information Centre will help prevent World War III.
Dr. Tony Kern, a former USAF Lieutenant Colonel, authored a letter about what America can expect in a war against terrorists.
On-line bookseller Amazon.com is partnered with the web site Intifada.com.
Microsoft's Wingdings font includes hidden anti-Semitic and 9/11-referential messages.
CNN used old footage to fake images of 'Palestinians dancing in the street' after the terrorist attack on the USA.
Picture shows graphic message sent by terrorists via cell phone to communicate success of attack on New York City.
A further wave of terrorist attacks was planned for September 22, 2001.
A Flight 175 passenger who insisted upon retrieving his forgotten tefillin delayed the doomed flight.
Images of the World Trade Center fire reveal the face of Satan!
The planned cover for a hip-hop album due to be released in November depicted an exploding World Trade Center.
A writer named Tamim Ansary penned an essay from the perspective of an Afghan-American.
President Bush declared, "I'm not gonna fire a $2 million missile at a $10 empty tent and hit a camel in the butt."
A U.S. company banned its employees from displaying American flags.
Osama bin Laden owns extensive gum arabic holdings.
A bound pair of hands was found atop one of the buildings near the former World Trade Center towers.
Significance can be found in numbers relating to the September 11 terrorist attacks on the U.S.
Clear Channel Communications has issued a list of songs officially banned from airplay to their American radio stations.
A Nostradamus prophecy about the fall of 'two brothers' (meaning the World Trade Towers) predicts the imminent start of World War III.
Television evangelists Jerry Falwell and Pat Robertson said that liberal civil liberties groups, feminists, homosexuals, pagans, and abortion rights supporters bear partial responsibility for the terrorist attacks on the USA because their actions have turned God's anger against America.
You can aid the search for Osama Bin Laden by donating money to a band of hackers.
Video clip shows an aired-once-only Budweiser commercial paying tribute to 9/11 victims.
Account describes pilot's pre-9/11 encounter with hijacker Mohamed Atta.
During the 1987 Iran-Contra hearings, Oliver North warned Congress that Osama bin Laden was "the most evil person alive."
Pastor of New York's Times Square Church warns of imminent catastrophe.
Photographs show a New Jersey monument to the victims of 9/11 which was donated by Russia.
Photograph shows a Houston store closed on September 11 to honor an Islamic martyr.
Anti-terrorism presentation describes suspicious activities in the Fresno, California, area.
40 Marines rescue kids from Pentagon daycare facility, then enclose them in a protective corral of cribs.
Photographs show the corpse of Osama bin Laden.(Disturbing image warning)
Body of Osama bin Laden washes ashore.
First responders are not invited to the 2011 September 11 memorial ceremony at ground zero.
Photograph shows a Pepsi can from Iraq with an illustration reminiscent of the 9/11 attacks.
Photograph shows a 9/11-themed shirt sold in the Middle East.
Actor Steve Buscemi was once a firefighter and assisted the FDNY after the 9/11 attacks.
The "2 Millions Bikers to DC" group has been denied a "no-stop" permit for a Washington ride-through on 11 September 2013.
Eleven passenger airplanes are missing from an airport in Libya.
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