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August 14 2012 19:11:45.
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I put the file down, threw a tea bag into a cup and poured. The next
page dealt with Sarah's group. The unit had scored several successes.
British police raided the London home of an Algerian named Rachid Ramda and
found links with the Armed Islamic Group, an Algerian organization suspected
of seven bombings in France that killed seven and wounded 180 in 1997. The
police also discovered records of money transfers, and traced them to Bin
Laden's headquarters in the Sudan.
In Egypt, security officials uncovered a conspiracy by the extremist
group Islamic Jihad to assassinate President Hosni Mubarak. It seemed that
Sarah's group was investigating evidence that Bin Laden helped fund the
plot. They also had evidence that Bin Laden was the major backer of a camp
in Afghanistan called Kunar, which provided training for recruits of Islamic
Jihad and the Islamic Group, both Egyptian terrorist organizations.
This was in addition to the three terrorist training camps in northern
Sudan, which Bin Laden helped to fund, and where extremists from Egypt,
Algeria and Tunisia received instruction.
I threw the tea bag into the sink, added milk and wandered back to the
settee to read some more. Sarah's explanation of events was becoming more
convincing as the minutes passed. I sat back down. To track Bin Laden's
activities, the National Security Agency's eavesdropping satellites were
used to listen in on telephone and e-mail conversations throughout the
world. CIA analysts were able to determine that in January he had held a
meeting with leading members of his network to prepare for a new wave of
terrorism. Soon afterward he publicly announced his intentions when he
issued a fat wa calling on Muslims to kill Americans.
I had a drink and held the cup on my chest, slumped on the sofa.
American officials are barred by executive order from planning an
But after the fat wa was issued. Bin Laden was named in a secret
presidential covert action order on terrorism, signed by Bill Clinton, that
authorized intelligence agencies to plan and carry out covert operations
that might lead to death. Such a measure was necessary, the report
concluded, for two reasons:
"I. We believe that Bin Laden is planning new terrorist acts against
"2. We believe that the question is not whether Bin Laden will strike
again, but when."
I bent my neck forward and drained the cup. I checked my watch; thirty
minutes to go to the RV I went back into the kitchen and turned on the
electric hob, then placed my cup and the two files I'd read on the work top
It was time for file number three. This one came from an acronym, DOS
FAN which I didn't recognize. The document discussed the investigation and
arrest of several of Bin Laden's operators worldwide.
The hot plate was red. I saw a smoke alarm on the ceiling, and stood on
the sink unit to pull out the batteries. Then I touched one of the papers
I'd read to the plate. Once it was in flames I placed it in the sink, put a
few more on top and carried on reading.
The first few pages detailed those responsible for the World Trade
Center bombing: Mohammed Salameh, a Palestinian, and his roommate in a
Jersey City apartment, Ramzi Ahmed, an Iraqi who'd fought in Afghanistan and
arrived at Kennedy International Airport on a flight from Pakistan in
September 1992. After the bombing, he spent most of the next three years
until his eventual arrest at a guest house called the House of Martyrs in
Peshawar, Pakistan, which was owned by Bin Laden.
On that same flight in 1992 had been Ahmad Ajaj, a Palestinian fresh
from Afghanistan, whose suitcase was full of bomb-making manuals. Ajaj was
convicted in the Trade Center bombing, as was Mahmud Abouhalima, who raised
money for the rebels. Arrested in Egypt, he told his captors that the
bombing was planned in Afghanistan by veterans of the jihad.
Meeting at a New York mosque, Ramzi Ahmed recruited Mohammed Salameh,
Nidal Ayyad and Mahmoud Abouhalima. They helped him buy and mix explosive
chemicals in cheap apartments and a rented storage space in Jersey City.
Abdul RahmanYasin, an Iraqi, was also recruited.
From time to time, I fed the fire in the sink. Halfway down the third
page I found out what DOS FAN stood for: Department of State Foreign Affairs
Network, Mid East policy group.