Jul 11, 2011

Israel appeared on the US terror watch list


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From: Susan Clarke <>
Date: July 7, 2011 9:59:54 PM EDT
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Subject: Israel appeared on the US terror watch list

With over 200 Mossad agents arrested on or around 911 (and quietly released about 70 days later under pressure from Israel); and with that country's considerable, repeatedly demonstrated foreknowledge of 911, is it any wonder it initially appeared on the US terror watch list?  Those Mossad agents posing as "art students" living illegally on the 91st floor of the WTC 1 over the summer of 2001 likely had a hand in placing the military-grade nanothermate and other explosives that were detonated that morning, pulverizing three WTC buildings (not just the two hit with electronically-driven military planes). As usual, Israel used the power of its Rothschild-bankster backing to force the US to remove it from the list.  But Watchful Patriots KNOW. 

US: Israel included in terror watch list by mistake --Israel "erroneously" included in Department of Homeland Security blacklist. Officials reassure Jerusalem is Washington's partner in war on of terror 07 Jul 2011 Israeli diplomats stationed in the United States was surprised to discover that Israel was one of 36 countries included in a new Homeland Security terror watch list. [LOL - no one else was!] The list, which was attached to a May 10 document from the DHS Inspector General's office, also included a number of other close US allies such as Turkey, Bahrain,Morocco and Philippines. John Morton, director of the US Immigration and Customs Enforcement division of the department, said Israel's appearance on the list was a mistake.

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