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Report: Missing Libyan jetliners raise fears of suicide airliner attacks on 9/11

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Islamist militias in Libya took control of nearly a dozen commercial jetliners last month, and western intelligence agencies recently issued a warning that the jets could be used in terrorist attacks across North Africa. Intelligence reports of the stolen jetliners were distributed within the U.S. government over the past two weeks and included a warning that one or more of the aircraft could be used in an attack later this month on the date marking the anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001,… ( Mais...

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biz jets 6
Back in 2006 Flightaware was a pretty good site, the forums were very informative with a lot of valuable input.

All I cans say is first I can't believe anyone would post such foolish news, and second that any semi intelligent person would even buy into this crap.

There are no missing airliners.
Armchaircouch 6
I agree, this is stupid fear mongering propoganda crap and I wish every year we would just let those who perished on Sept 11 rest, and stop raising a media flag to terrorist jerk offs.
biz jets 4
There are no missing planes period, it is a bs news report.
Martin Haisman 3
Oooooooohhhh lets spook everyone. Every year the US shits its pants on the anniversary of the Israeli attacks.
jeff slack 2
Truer words (every blessed one of them) are rarely spoken..............thankyou
lahtiji 3
Hooray for mindless repetition of unsubstantiated storites based on anonymous sources... Janes calls BS.
lahtiji 1
"stories," that is...
Kevin Romero 2
Anyone know what type of aircraft these may be?
jeff slack 2
They are Furfy 3000's built by no one..............
matt jensen 1
SeanRoebuck 1
matt jensen 0
Bill Gertz of the Free Beacon is now reporting, 11 commercial airliners have gone missing in Tripoli, and U.S. intelligence officials are now openly warning that those jets could be weaponized to launch terrorism attack on U.S. cities.

The 11 missing are in addition to those destroyed in Tripoli.


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