Saturday, July 22, 2006
MATIN SIRAJ, CONVICTED TERRORIST, AL-MUHAJIROUN MEMBER FROM QUEENS NY
BALTIMORE AL-MUHAJIROUN MEMBERS AT QUEENS NY MOSQUE.
WBI INC TERRORISM RESARCH CTR
AL-MUHAJIROUN MEETING IN WOODSIDE NEW YORK AT ISLAMIC CENTER OF QUEENS, TERROR LINKS TO SUBWAY BOMB PLOT TO BLOW UP 34TH STREET STATION IN MID TOWN MANHATTAN.
Islamic Center of Queens mosque's founder, Aqeel Khan , acknowledged that from the late 1990s to only a few years ago the management of the mosque had been taken over by a group of radicals from an organization called Hizb ut Tahrir. It was only in the past few years that he was able to wrest back control. "They were not properly serving the mosque. They were serving something else," Mr. Khan said.
BAY RIDGE NY ISLAMIC BOOKSTORE EMPLOYEE GUILITY IN PLOT TO BLOW UP NYC SUBWAY/NEW YORK POST
QUEENS NY AL-MUHAJIROUN TERROR GROUP MEMBER, Shahawar Matin Siraj, 23, GUILITY IN PLOT TO BLOW UP 34TH STREET/HERALD SQUARE SUBWAY STATION.
"He was angry and he wanted to blow something up."
NEW YORK (AP) MAY 25, 2006— A police officer working undercover after the Sept. 11 attacks was called as a surprise witness in the trial of a Pakistani immigrant accused of plotting to blow up a subway station. He said Siraj declared in December 2002 that, "The mission was not complete on 9/11 because it did not hit Wall Street.
SHAHAWAR MATIN SIRAJ was convicted of plotting to wreak havoc in the heart of the city by blowing up the Herald Square subway station.
After a four-week trial, a Brooklyn federal jury needed just 10 hours to find Shahawar Matin Siraj guilty of conspiring to place an explosive device inside a garbage can or under a bench.
Bill Warner Director of CSPI..Covert Surveillance by Private Investigators at WBI Inc