Monday, October 17, 2005

Hamas "capable of US attacks'??

According to a WorldNetDaily article, "Hamas "capable of US attacks" there may be a possibility that Hamas will rear its radical head in the United States. The article cited a terrorism expert warning that Hamas has had agents and cells in the United States for several years. Late week WorldNetDaily had an exclusive interview with Hamas chief Mahmoud al-Zahar, in which he warned that President Bush's actions in the Middle East are "placing America in danger."

Apparently there was testimony to the U.S. Senate in February where FBI Director Robert Mueller stated, "Although it would be a major strategic shift for Hamas, its United States network is theoretically capable of facilitating acts of terrorism in the United States." I do not have the link for that testimony, but, it was cited in the article. Yossef Bodansky, a terror expert who served as director of the Congressional Task Force on Terrorism and Unconventional Warfare, also uttered the same warning.

Here are addition links to previous World Net Daily stories regarding Hamas:

One last comment: The Oklahoma City Bombing, so far unrelated to Hamas or any other Jihadist organization, seems to have taken another strange twist. The FBI and the bombers father originally denied any such suicide note. Well, lo and behold, now one has surfaced. Bloggers, Mark Tapscott Deskcopy and Jason Generation Why, have provide more information and raised some questions on the validity of the latest revelations of the bomber suicide theory.

Please read Mark and Jason's blogs regarding the Oklahoma suicide bombing:

Watch your six.

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