August 21, 2009, - 12:26 pm
What You Don’t Know About Lockerbie & the Megrahi Release; Dearbornistan Muslim Passenger Bombed Pan Am 103
You’ve probably read or heard on TV News about the outrageous release of Abdel Basset Ali Mohmed al-Megrahi–convicted in the 1988 Islamic terrorist bombing of Pan Am 103 over Lockerbie, Scotland–to a hero’s welcome in Libya. I don’t blame most of the families for being upset.
But you probably don’t know the whole story about Pan-Am Flight 103’s bombing, including the Dearbornistan connection. In fact, as I’ve noted previously on this site, the bombing operation was not originally a Libyan one. More on that later.
It’s not really being reported much, but the flight was chosen not just because it had Americans on board, but many Jewish Americans. As I noted last year:
The plane was chosen because terrorists knew many Americans would be on board, a good number of them American Jews, with surnames like Cohen and Bernstein. A group of 35 students from Syracuse University were on the flight. Some federal officials apparently knew about the likelihood the plane would be attacked, as they canceled their own reservations on that flight. Yet, not a word of it was breathed to innocent civilians who were sacrificed in jihad and in the U.S. government’s silence about it.
Though not reported in any of the coverage of the Megrahi release, the bombing of Pan Am 103 was planned and begun by the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine-General Command. And a Dearborn Shi’ite Muslim drug dealer who was on the plane was thought to have been involved in the bombing, using explosives in his Walkman. So, I can understand why some believe that al-Megrahi was wrongly convicted. I don’t share that belief (because strong evidence ties him to the bombing), but I know that only one person got the blame for something a deceased guy in Dearborn was involved in.
All of that was swept under the rug, as al-Megrahi took all the blame. But, for weeks, the Detroit media in 1988 was covering the steps and travels of Khalid Nazir Jaafar, a Dearborn-based passenger on the flight, and then went out of its way to whitewash his involvement. From my previous work on this:
The attack has a Michigan connection, which betrays the claim that Muslim-Americans haven’t attacked Americans in terrorist attacks. A Muslim drug dealer, Khalid Nazir Jaafar, of Dearbornistan, at the last minute, changed his flight to get on Pan Am 103. It’s believed a bomb inside his Walkman in his gym bag blew up the plane. Jaafar was a Shi’ite whose family came from Hezbollah-stronghold Ba’albek in the Bekaa Valley. That story, however, was covered up and swept under the rug in succeeding years and the trial of Abdel Basset Al-Megrahi, the Libyan intelligence officer also in on the plan.
Also significant is that the last minute booking and ticket change for Jaafar was done by a travel agency owned by Mahmoud “Mike” Younis, whose wife, Dr. Jouhaineh Maleh, is at the center of a Muslim illegal alien Medicaid fraud and birthright citizenship scam in Dearborn. Mr. Younis was, not long ago, convicted of defrauding the Department of Education’s job training program, using the same travel agency and a computer school. Mr. Younis and his businesses have been on the radar of federal counterterrorism agents for years.
But like I said, you aren’t hearing any of this in the media coverage of this story. Yes, Al-Megrahi has blood on his hands.
But he didn’t work alone. Not even close. And not just with the Libyans.
By the way, don’t forget that you can blame Al-Megrahi’s release partly on the Bush Administration, which was quick and eager to normalize relations with Libya.
Would Megrahi have gotten a humanitarian release if Bush hadn’t negotiated a quick pay-off of millions to the families of the Pan Am 103 victims?
Also outrageous is that the Dearbornistan family of Jaafar apparently was among those collecting millions in the Libyan settlement. A recent Detroit mainstream media story reported that Michigan’s U.S. Senator Carl Levin was trying to negotiate away from legislation and agreements that said only U.S. citizens could collect the millions from Libya.
I believe he was intervening for drug dealer Jaafar’s Muslim parents and family. They live in Michigan, so they are his constituents. The other Michigan families of the victims are U.S. citizens.
And, oddly, Levin wouldn’t say for whom he was intervening. Wonder why?
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