Now We Know What Happened to Al-Qaeda's 9-11 Message…
Hackers prevented Al-Qaeda from posting its annual 9-11 message this year!
The terrorist killers tried to post their message to the world but a group of internet hackers shut them down.
And, we were so looking forward to these killers lecturing us again this year.
The Hindustan Times reported:
Hackers prevented Al Qaeda from releasing a videotape to mark the seventh anniversary of 9/11. Al Qaeda has traditionally issued a video or audiotape by either Osama bin Laden or Ayman al Zawahiri, the terror network’s two leaders, to mark their massive terrorist attack on the US.
As-Sahab, Al Qaeda’s media unit, had indicated earlier this week that it would post such a videotape on September 11. As-Sahab had banner images on the internet showing a silhouetted head with a question mark and the words, “Wait 11 September”.
The US-based intelligence group IntelCenter had speculated the video would be a message from Osama or Zawahiri with a recording of the last will and testament of Mohammed Atta, one of the leaders of the 9/11 attackers.
Sources close to US intelligence said, “Hackers knocked out Al Qaeda’s online means of communication, thus preventing them from posting anything to commemorate the anniversary.”
I was wondering what happened to Al-Qaeda this year.