German suspects had deadline for attacks: report
BERLIN (Reuters) – Three suspected Islamist militants who were planning to attack American targets in Germany had orders to act by September 15 and knew police were hot on their trail before their arrest, a magazine said on Saturday.
The plan was foiled on Tuesday when police arrested two German converts to Islam and a Turk in the biggest German police investigation in the last 30 years.
According to surveillance details published in Der Spiegel magazine, the men had been given a two-week deadline for their planned strikes in a late August call from northern Pakistan that was monitored by German police.
In another detail to emerge on Saturday, a spokeswoman for the Federal Prosecutors Office in Karlsruhe confirmed a Focus magazine report that the suspects had obtained three small used vans in France and brought them to Germany.
Â Germany says jihad plot may have involved “up to 50 people”
BERLIN – Three Islamic terror suspects arrested on suspicion of planning massive bombings in Germany may have been part of a larger network involving up to 50 people, an official said Saturday.
Media Alters Bin Ladens MessageÂ
With thanks to Atlas Shrugs:Â
When I read the transcript, I thought this is a call to war. Bin Laden said in no uncertain words, convert or die.
And I wasn’t the only one in the blogosphere. The media is talking about bad dye jobs but there is a serious message here. Here is an Atlas exclusive written by Dr. Paul Williams outlining the media deceit, taqiya.Â
REAL WARNING RECEIVES NO AIRING ON MAJOR NEWS OUTLETS
LEADING PAKISTANI BROADCASTER CHARGES AMERICAN MEDIA WITH ALTERING BIN LADEN’S LATEST MESSAGE