A senate subcommittee on terrorism says Saudi Arabia is indoctrinating U.S. Muslims in terrorism. They say the Saudis plan to build hundreds of mosques in the U.S. in a bid to take control of Islam here, and that they’re also trying to indoctrinate U.S. soldiers and prisoners. There’s still no sign of Osama bin-Laden, but Iran has arrested 40 al-Qaeda members, including bin-Laden’s son.

The other major catch is the number 2 al-Qaeda official, Ayman Zawahiri. The terrorists captured in Iran include Egyptians, Iraqis, Jordanians, Kuwaitis, Kurds and Saudis, showing that al-Qaeda?s tentacles reach into many different countries.
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Pierre Thomas writes in abcnews.com that U.S. intelligence has launched a secret search for a Boeing 727 passenger jet that mysteriously disappeared in Africa three weeks ago.”When an aircraft of this size has been missing for so long it does raise some questions as to where it is and what it’s being used for,” says Chris Yates, editor of Jane’s Civil Aviation Security. “It’s extraordinarily troubling that you can literally disappear off the face of the Earth once you are airborne and fly across a continent like Africa.” The Boeing 727 is hard to miss: it’s 153 feet long and weighs 191,000 pounds.
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A new CIA report says al-Qaeda is getting ready to use chemical, biological and nuclear weapons “to cause mass casualties.” However, the report says, “most attacks?will probably will be small-scale, incorporating relatively crude delivery means and easily produced or obtained chemicals, toxins or radiological substances.”
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Al-Qaeda has announced it’s going to try to poison the U.S. water supply. Spokesman Abu Mohammed al-Ablaj told al-Majallah magazine in London that “al-Qaeda (does not rule out) using Sarin gas and poisoning drinking water in U.S. and Western cities.?

A U.S. intelligence official says, “It is very difficult to covertly poison a reservoir. It would take many truckloads of poison, which would make it difficult to do secretly. That is not really a viable threat.”
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