CASE CLOSED … what really happened in the 2001 anthrax attacks?

* If Yazid Sufaat and his assistants had not been working with virulent anthrax at the Kandahar lab, there would have been no reason for them to have been vaccinated

Posted by DXer on September 22, 2014

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8 Responses to “* If Yazid Sufaat and his assistants had not been working with virulent anthrax at the Kandahar lab, there would have been no reason for them to have been vaccinated”

  1. DXer said

    Yazid Sufaat, with respect to Aris Sumarsono, known as Zulkarnaen, what Indonesian university did he attend? What did his biology degree concern?

    Does he talk about you in the video mentioned? Could he talk about Hambali’s activities in 2001 without talking about you?

    • Terrorist leader Aris Sumarsono, known as Zulkarnaen, arrested in November
    PUBLISHED: 00:40 EST, 27 December 2020 | UPDATED: 00:40 EST, 27 December 2020

    And he revealed the secret meetings that led up to the decision by JI to bomb two nightclubs in Bali in October 2002, along with how other bombings were planned and executed.

  2. DXer said

  3. DXer said

    The always sweet and thoughtful daughter of former Al Qaeda anthrax lab director Yazid Sufaat tweets the news that she expects will enable her father to rejoin his loving family by October 2017.

    While I am happy for her, she (and her mom, Chomel) should understand and take seriously this obligation not to omit or withhold information.

    In the past, Yazid Sufaat’s affability has only been matched by his stubbornness.

    Additional information is going to come out — and if Yazid Sufaat has not already confirmed it, under the law, and the plea agreement, it would put him back to square one facing life imprisonment.

    To satisfy the agreement, all Yazid Sufaat has to do is be sure to tell everything he knows.

    In the meantime, buy this man a motorcycle because (upon cooperation) he has many more years of riding open roads ahead of him and taking in all of his God’s bounty.

    • Soraya Yazid ‏@sorayaanur 7h7 hours ago
    7 years starts from Feb 2013 so by October 2017, Bapak will be home InsyaAllah

    • Soraya Yazid ‏@sorayaanur 7h7 hours ago
    Soraya Yazid Retweeted SinarOnline
    By principle, we have won the case since the two previous charge was dropped by the persecution alhamdulillah

    • Soraya Yazid ‏@sorayaanur 7h7 hours ago
    Acquitted and discharge of both the two previous charges! Fuhh setel selepas 4 tahun naik turun mahkamah alhamdulillah!!

  4. DXer said

    Yazid Sufaat’s trial started yesterday. I feel a lot of sympathy for his daughter — who was a young girl when her father went off to Indonesia and Afghanistan adventuring. For his entire family, I wish he had just stayed home and joined his daughter in reading good books and celebrating cats, coffee and chocolate.

    Defence in Yazid terrorism trial wants journalist removed as witness


    KUALA LUMPUR: The defence team in Yazid Sufaat’s terrorism trial is attempting to remove a journalist as witness, citing that her testimony would damage his client’s reputation.

    Counsel Amer Hamzah Arshad submitted on Tuesday that The Star’s journalist S. Tarshini’s testimony, in relation to an article she wrote on Yazid three years ago, was not relevant to the trial and would cast aspersions on his clients.

    Former Internal Security Act detainee Yazid and cafeteria helper Muhammad Hilmi Hasim faced their second day of trial on Tuesday, over alleged terrorist activities in 2012.

    Amer said the article titled “Ex-militant: We send new recruits straight to the frontlines”, published on Oct 29, 2012, was highly prejudicial and clearly painted Yazid in a bad light.

    Judge Mohd Azman Husin initially allowed the prosecution to continue questioning Tarshini, following deputy public prosecutor Nurdeenie Abdul Rashid counter that Amer’s objection was premature.

    However, the Judge postponed the hearing after both parties agreed to submit written arguments on whether Tarshini’s testimony and news story should be accepted as evidence.

    Judge Mohd Azman fixed May 5 to continue the hearing.

    Yazid, 50, and Muhammad Hilmi, 34, were on trial for promoting acts of terrorism in Syria, which in turn threatened public safety there.

    They face a second charge for being members of terrorist organisation Tanzim Al-Qaeda Malaysia.

    The alleged offences occurred at Yazid’s house in Ampang between August and October, in 2012.

    The first charge under Section 130G(a) of the Penal Code is punishable by up to 30 years prison and a fine, while the second charged under Section 130KA carries a life sentence, upon conviction.

    Yazid had been detained under the ISA in December 2001 for alleged ties to the Jemaah Islamiyah terror network, but was released in 2008.

  5. DXer said

    Jeb Bush this week has published this email.

    To: “‘'”
    From: “Hall, Nora”

    Several years ago I wrote you that several of my friends and I, were very
    concerned about the threat of an anthrax outbreak. I suggested then that
    we pressure the federal government to make the vaccine available to
    citizens. Do you know if that is any closer to a reality?

  6. DXer said

    Senate Torture Report: Yazid Sufaat’s assistant Al-Barq alternately would say “I made the anthrax” or “I lied”

  7. DXer said

    Straits Times has an article today “ISIS eyes Malaysia pool of professional talent”:. The article mentions my former Facebook Friend, Yazid Sufaat. When is Yazid Sufaat’s next court date?

    An excerpt:

    “On social media, some Muslims are openly expressing support for fellow Malaysians who proclaim to be “mujahideen” flying the ISIS flag in Syria. One Malaysian in his 40s in Syria, who wanted to be known only as Abu Talhah, told The Straits Times on Facebook that his daily activities were focused on helping to establish an Islamic state. Besides taking up weapons, as he had done in Afghanistan during the 1980s Soviet war, he spends his time “upkeeping the base, reading the Quran and spreading our belief on Facebook”. Counter-terror chief Ayob Khan noted that the main medium for ISIS recruitment is Facebook, where it is estimated there are 13.3 million Malaysian accounts. “Now, in one week, you can be a member of a terror group,” he added. Malaysia has a bitter history of home-grown militancy. The Jemaah Islamiah terror group was set up by hardline Indonesian Muslim cleric Abu Bakar Bashir in 1993 while he was on the run in Malaysia. It is also known that part of the planning for Al-Qaeda’s terror attacks in the United States on Sept 11, 2001 was carried out in a condominium outside K
    Kuala Lumpur, with several of the plane hijackers hosted by former Malaysian army captain Yazid Sufaat.”

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