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MauzZ on Wed, 19 Sep 2001 02:59:46 +0200 (CEST)


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http://www.islamonline.net/English/News/2001-09/17/article11.shtml

                    Saudi Suspects in U.S. Attacks
                          Were Not in the U.S.

                  RIYADH, Sept 17 (IslamOnline & News
                  Agencies) - U.S. officials in Riyadh offered
                  Abdul Rahman Said al-Omari an official apology
                  in the presence of Saudi interior ministry
                  officials for including his name among the list of
                  suspects in the U.S. terrorist attacks, news
                  agencies reported Monday.

                  Omari, a pilot with Saudi Airlines, told the Saudi
                  daily Al-Watan that he was amazed to see his
                  name on the FBI's list of suspects allegedly
                  involved in the attacks on the Pentagon and
                  World Trade Center Tuesday, Agence
                  France-Presse (AFP) reported.

                  Omari said he returned to Saudi Arabia in early
                  September after undergoing training for one
                  year in the United States, AFP added.

                  Meanwhile, the mother of another Saudi man,
                  also suspected in the September 11th attacks,
                  said Monday that her son has been in
                  Chechnya for two years with a relief committee
                  operating in the tiny war-torn Muslim republic.

                  The mother of Ahmad Ibrahim al-Ghamdi told
                  Al-Watan that her son had been studying
                  engineering in the Saudi city of Mecca before
                  departing for Chechnya, AFP reported.

                  Ibrahim, 20, the youngest child in a family of
                  three sons and four daughters, had been in
                  constant contact with his family from
                  Chechnya, said his mother.

                  The father of Fayez Mohammad al-Shehri, yet
                  another Saudi suspect, also told the daily that
                  his son had also left for Chechnya two years
                  ago with the relief committee.

                  "He was going with the relief committee," said
                  Shehri's father, a school headmaster.

                  Notably, the preliminary lists of confirmed dead
                  of American Airlines flights 11 and 77 and
                  United flight 175, released September 13th by
                  U.K. daily The Guardian, did not include any
                  Arab or Middle Eastern names.

                  According to The Guardian, some 81
                  passengers and 11 crew members were on
                  board when American Airlines flight AA11, en
                  route from Boston to Los Angeles, crashed into
                  the north tower of the World Trade Center.

                  This is the preliminary, partial list of passengers
                  aboard the flight.

                  Crew
                  Captain John Ogonowski
                  First Officer Thomas McGuinness
                  Barbara Arestegui
                  Jeffrey Collman
                  Sara Low
                  Karen Martin
                  Kathleen Nicosia
                  Betty Ong
                  Jean Roger
                  Dianne Snyder
                  Madeline Sweeney

                  Passengers
                  Anna Allison
                  David Angell
                  Lynn Angell
                  Seima Aoyama
                  Myra Aronson
                  Christine Barbuto
                  Carol Bouchard
                  Neilie Casey
                  Jeffrey Coombs
                  Tara Creamer
                  Thelma Cuccinello
                  Patrick Currivan
                  Andrew Currygreen
                  Brian Dale
                  David Dimeglio
                  Donald Ditullio
                  Albert Dominguez
                  Al Filipov
                  Carol Flyzik
                  Paul Friedman
                  Karleton Fyfe
                  Peter Gay
                  Linda George
                  Edmund Glazer
                  Page Hackel Farley
                  Peter Hashem
                  Robert Hayes
                  Edward Hennessy
                  John Hofer
                  Cora Holland
                  Nicholas Humber
                  John Jenkins
                  Charles Jones
                  Robin Kaplan
                  Barbara Keating
                  David Kovalcin
                  N Janis Lasden
                  Danny Lee
                  Daniel Lewin
                  Jeff Mladenik
                  Antonio Montoya
                  Laura Morabito
                  Mildred Naiman
                  Laurie Neira
                  Renee Newell
                  Jacqueline Norton
                  Robert Norton
                  Jane Orth
                  Thomas Pecorelli
                  Bernthia Perkins
                  Sonia Puopolo
                  David Retik
                  Philip Rosenweig
                  Richard Ross
                  Heath Smith
                  Douglas Stone
                  Xavier Suarez
                  James Trentini
                  Mary Trentini
                  Mary Wahlstrom
                  Kenneth Waldie
                  John Wenckus
                  Candace Williams
                  Christopher Zarba

                  Some 58 passengers and six crew members
                  were on board when American Airlines flight
                  AA77, en route from Washington Dulles to Los
                  Angeles, crashed into the Pentagon, The
                  Guardian reported. Again, no Arabic or Middle
                  Eastern names appear on the list.

                  Crew
                  Captain Charles Burlingame
                  First Officer David Charlebois
                  Michele Heidenberger
                  Jennifer Lewis
                  Kenneth Lewis
                  Renee May

                  Passengers
                  Paul Ambrose
                  Yemen Betru
                  MJ Booth
                  Bernard Brown
                  Suzanne Calley
                  William Caswell
                  Sarah Clark
                  Asia Cottom
                  James Debeuneure
                  Rodney Dickens
                  Eddie Dillard
                  Charles Droz
                  Barbara Edwards
                  Charles Falkenberg
                  Zoe Falkenberg
                  Dana Falkenberg
                  James Ferguson
                  Budd Flagg
                  Dee Flagg
                  Richard Gabriel
                  Ian Gray
                  Stanley Hall
                  Bryan Jack
                  Steve Jacoby
                  Ann Judge
                  Chandler Keller
                  Yvonne Kennedy
                  Norma Khan
                  Karen Kincaid
                  Norma Langsteuerle
                  Dong Lee
                  Dora Menchaca
                  Chris Newton
                  Barbara Olson
                  Ruben Ornedo
                  Lisa Raines
                  Todd Reuben
                  John Sammartino
                  Diane Simmons
                  George Simmons
                  Mari Rae Sopper
                  Robert Speisman
                  Leonard Taylor
                  Sandra Teague
                  Leslie Whittington
                  John Yamnicky
                  Vicki Yancey
                  Shuyin Yang
                  Yuguag Zheng

                  Some 56 passengers and nine crewmembers
                  were on board when United flight 175, on route
                  from Boston to Los Angeles, crashed into the
                  south tower of the World Trade Center, The
                  Guardian reported. No Arabic or Middle Eastern
                  names appear here either.

                  Crew
                  Captain Victor Saracini
                  First Officer Michael Horrocks
                  Robert J Fangman
                  Amy N Jarret
                  Amy R King
                  Kathryn L Laborie
                  Alfred G Marchand
                  Michael C Tarrou
                  Alicia N Titus

                  Passengers
                  Alona Avraham
                  Garnet Bailey
                  Mark Bavis
                  Graham Berkeley
                  Klaus Bothe
                  David Brandhorst
                  Daniel Brandhorst
                  John Cahill
                  Christoffer Carstanjen
                  John Corcoran
                  Dorothy Dearaujo
                  Gloria Debarrera
                  Lisa Frost
                  Lynn Goodchild
                  Francis Grogan
                  Carl Hammond
                  Gerald Hardacre
                  Eric Hartono
                  James Hayden
                  Roberta Jalbert
                  Ralph Kershaw
                  Heinrich Kimmig
                  Brian Kinney
                  Maclovia Lopez
                  Marianne Macfarlane
                  Juliana Mccourt
                  Ruth Mccourt
                  Wolfgang Menzel
                  Shawn Nassaney
                  Marie Pappalardo
                  Patrick Quigley
                  Jesus Sanchez
                  Kathleen Shearer
                  Robert Shearer
                  Jane Simpkin
                  Brian Sweeney
                  Tim Ward
                  William Weems

                  Meanwhile, an official source at Saudi Airlines
                  announced that Amer Kenfer, a Saudi aviation
                  engineer whose name appeared on the list of
                  passengers on board the United Airlines flight,
                  en route from Boston to Los Angeles, is
                  currently in Saudi Arabia.

                  Kenfer called Saudi Airlines from his home in
                  Mecca once he heard his name announced as
                  one of the passengers on the United flight,
                  confirming that another passenger must have
                  made use of the fact that foreigners in the U.S.
                  are not asked to show their passports on
                  domestic flights and had in this way used
                  Kenfer's name.

                  The official Saudi source added that another
                  Saudi suspect whose name was also included
                  on the list of passengers who boarded the
                  same United flight, Amir Bokhari - a Saudi
                  Airlines pilot - had died two years ago during
                  aviation training exercises.


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