CIA warned about 9/11 attacks 40 days in advance but……..?

Aizbah KhanWeb Editor

11th Sep, 2021. 01:28 pm
CIA warned about 9/11 attacks 40 days in advance but........?

The head of Turkey’s counter-terrorism department, the National Intelligence Organization (MIT), Mehmet Eymür, had made the shocking revelations by claiming that the CIA had been informed about the incident 40 days ago, but the report was not taken seriously.

He revealed that he had also told some of his close associates about the tragedy at the World Trade Center.

The former head of Turkey’s MIT has made this claim in his book “Deşifre (Decipher)”.

The founding head of MIT has also revealed that he received information about the 9/11 attacks from Mustafa, a Turkish drug dealer.

The tragedy of 9/11 took place in 2001, after which the whole world was not only wobbled but also has not been able to recover from its effects. Millions of tons of explosives were dropped on Afghanistan, millions of people were killed, the Middle East, including Iraq and Libya, was plunged into a crisis and huge financial losses were incurred.

Mehmet has said that if the CIA had taken the report seriously, the lives of thousands of people who were injured in the 9/11 attacks could have been saved.

Twenty years ago, television cameras captured scenes of hijacked passenger planes crashing into buildings in New York and Washington. Since that day, there has been constant speculation as to who was behind these terrorist attacks. According to some conspiracy theories, al-Qaeda had nothing to do with the 9/11 attacks.

Governments in the United States and around the world have long blamed al Qaeda for the events of September 11, 2001. Over the past decade, some people have argued against this explanation. And in some very bizarre conspiracies, it is even said that the United States attacked itself, or it is speculated that these attacks were carried out by Israel in order to defame Muslims.

At least 2,750 people were killed at the World Trade Center, 184 at the Pentagon and 40 at Pennsylvania, while all 19 attackers were also killed. On October 7, 2001, the United States invaded Afghanistan, along with its allies, in retaliation and to take revenge from al-Qaeda.

According to the detailed data provided in the AP report, the number of US troops killed in Afghanistan until the withdrawal from Afghanistan on August 31, 2021, was 2,461, while 3,846 US contractors were killed.

As of April, the war had killed 66,000 members of the Afghan army and police and 47,425 Afghan civilians, as well as the number of Taliban and other fighters killed in various operations during the 20-year war, was 51,191.

As of April, 444 aid workers and 72 journalists were among those killed in Afghanistan.

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