2001 World Trade Center and Pentagon Attack
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Dawn: Osama a pretext for attack: Omar
- "Mulla Muhammad Omar on Wednesday accused Washington of being arrogant and indifferent on the issue of Osama bin Laden and urged ulema to issue a fatwa to counter a possible US strike on Afghanistan." Peshawar, Pakistan.
Frontier Post : Prince Abdullah may arrive shortly
- Naveed Miraj. "Saudi Crown Prince Abdullah is likely to visit Pakistan within next couple of days to use his influence with Taliban in an attempt to resolve the crisis looming large over the region." Peshawar, Pakistan.
Frontier Post: Pakistan stands against terrorism
- "Pakistan has proved to the world that it is for peace and against terrorism." Peshawar, Pakistan.
Japan Today: 12 bin Laden followers sneaked into Japan before attacks - Japan's Leading International News Network
- From Kyodo News. "The Japanese government has received information about the possibility that some 12 foreign Islamic extremists came to Japan in early September shortly before the terrorist attacks on the United States, according to sources close to the case." Japan.
Japan Today: Protesters oppose Japan's cooperation with U.S. - Japan's Leading International News Network
- From Reuters. "Protesters upset by Japan's support for U.S. plans to retaliate against last week's terror attacks disrupted a government "town meeting" on Sunday, hurling abuse at two cabinet ministers who had come to the western city of Kobe to talk about the economy." Japan.
Kyodo News: Japan to aid U.S. retaliation with financing, refugee support
- "Japan began Monday discussing the possibility of extending financial aid to the United States and support to refugees from Afghanistan in the event of U.S. retaliatory strikes in the wake of last Tuesday's terror attacks in the U.S." Japan.
Mainichi Daily News: Koizumi tells Bush "Japan is with you"
- "Japanese Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi spoke with U.S. President George W. Bush by telephone Thursday to show his strong support for the United States in its battle against terrorism." Japan.
Malaysiakini: Which failed - Americas intelligence or its foreign policy?
- By P Ramasamy, a professor of political economy at the Political Science Department, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia.
Malaysiakini: Opposition leaders voice sympathy for grieving families
- Susan Loone. "Barisan Alternatif leaders were at the US embassy in Kuala Lumpur today to convey their condolences to grieving families of thousands of victims who died in last weeks terrorist attacks in the US." Malaysia.
SCMP.com: Aircraft crashes near Pentagon
- Brief Reuters article on the plane crash on the Pentagon. Hong Kong.
SCMP.com: Planes hit World Trade Center, several dead
- Article from Reuters on the original two plane crashes on the World Trade Center. Hong Kong.
The Frontier Post: Western aid workers flee nervous Afghan capital
- Western aid workers began pulling out of the Afghan capital on Wednesday amid fears for their safety if the United States retaliates for the terror attacks on New York and Washington. Peshawar, Pakistan.
The Jakarta Post: Act together to prevent violence
- By Dewi Fortuna Anwar, a political scientist at the Indonesian Institute of Sciences (LIPI), who served as an advisor on foreign affairs under former president B.J. Habibie. Indonesia.
The Star: Muslim scholars debate legitimacy of suicide bombings
- "The bombers 'have to be seen as extremist lunatic fringes, as crazy as those crazies in America who go to the post office and shoot people at random,' he added." Malaysia.
The Star: PM: Give info on purported meeting
- "Malaysia should be given information on reports that one of the suspects who hijacked the airliner that crashed into the Pentagon was seen on a surveillance tape in Kuala Lumpur." Malaysia.
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