The War on Freedom: How and why America was Attacked, September 11th, 2001

Front Cover
Media Messenger Books, 2002 - Political Science - 398 pages
2 Reviews
With its double-edged title, The War on Freedom traces the 9/11 plot back years before the Bush administration. The recipe for such an outrage appeared thinly veiled in a 1997 study by Zbigniew Brzezinski, who proclaimed the imperative to occupy Central Asia - although there was no way to mobilize political support, "except in the circumstance of a truly massive and widely perceived direct external threat." Done on 911! From there, the plot thickens to the consistency of cement. FBI agents knew in advance all key details of the WTC bombing. The idea of using planes as bombs was first hatched by the CIA itself in 1993. Intriguing business connections between the bin Laden and Bush families. Al-Qaeda was completely infiltrated by Western intelligence, the CIA itself supplied the encryption for bin Laden's communications. Amazing arrangements were made to allow the hijackers to attend flight schools and even terrorist training at CIA facilities in the U.S. An excess of treachery.

From inside the book

What people are saying - Write a review

Review: The War on Freedom: How and Why America Was Attacked September 11, 2001

User Review  - sologdin - Goodreads

probably one of the stronger variants of trutherism, which here alleges foreknowledge and deliberate foot-dragging regarding an AQ suicide attack, in order to consolidate an unlawful domestic mandate ... Read full review

Review: The War on Freedom: How and Why America Was Attacked September 11, 2001

User Review  - Sean Pratt - Goodreads

A must read Read full review

Contents

IV
19
V
20
VI
23
Copyright

54 other sections not shown

Common terms and phrases

References to this book

About the author (2002)

Nafeez Mosaddeq Ahmed is a human rights activist and political analyst specializing in the study of conflicts. The Executive Director of the Institute for Policy Research & Development, he is the author of a variety of reports on human rights practices, as well as the best-selling book, The War on Freedom: How and Why America was Attacked, September 11, 2001, published in English, German and Italian. Ahmed's work on the conflict in Afghanistan is a recommended resource in leading universities including Harvard and California State, and he was recently named a Global Expert on War, Peace and International Affairs by the Freedom Network of the Henry Hazlitt Foundation in Chicago. Ahmed appears regularly on radio shows in the US as an expert on US foreign policy

Bibliographic information