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Annotated Timeline
of the
9/11Hijackers
for
Researchers Page
1 of 54
FreeRepublic.com
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Annotated
Timeline of the 9/11 Hijackers for Researchers
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5/13/02
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compiled
from
published
sources
Posted
on
05/13/2002
8:26
PM PDT
by
denydenydeny
"We love death.The USloves life. Thatis the bigdifference between us."
-Osama
Bin
Laden
THE
HIJACKERS
FLIGHT
11
Mohammed ATT A (11)
(also
knownasMohammed
al-Amir)
Born September 1, 1968in
Kafr
al
Sheikh, Egypt. ATT
A
grows up in Cairo with his middle-class
family.
Abdulaziz ALOMARI (11)
Saudi Arabian.
Little
is
known about him.
Walid
AL-SHEHRI
(11)
From Khamis Mushayt in Saudi Arabia. Former teacher, who
left
his joballegedly
to
consult
an
Islamic holy
man
about
his
brother's
mental illness.
Satam
AL-SUQAMI
(11)
Born June
28,
1976. Saudi Arabian. Islamic-law-school student
at
King Fahd
University
inRiyadh. College roommateofMOQED.
Wail
ALSHEHRI
(11)
Born 7/31/73. Brother
of
Walid. Former phys-ed teacher
who
left
his job
because
of
"mental illness."
FLIGHT
175
Marwan
AL-SHEHHI
(175) Born
in
United Arab Emirates
on
5/9/78.
Hamza ALGHAMDI(175)
Born 11/18/80. From
Beljurashi
in southern Saudi Arabia. Was working in
a
"humiliating"
job as astockboyin ahousewares shop whenhe wasrecruitedfor thejihad.
Ahmed ALGHAMDI(175)
From Beljurashi in southern Saudi Arabia. Fayez Rashid Ahmed Hassan
Al-Qadi
BANIHAMMAD
(175-4)
(aka Fayez Ahmed) Citizen
of
United Arab Republic.
Mohand ALSHEHRI
(175) Former student at the Imam
Muhammed
Ibn
Saud Islamic University in
Abha,
Saudi Arabia
for one
semester.
FLIGHT
77
Hani
HANJOTJR
(77)-
Saudi Arabian Born August
13,
1972.
Son of a
wealthy
businessman
from
the
wealthy
al-Faisaliyah
sectionofTaif.
Khalid ALMIDHAR
(77) Saudi Arabian. Veteran
Al-Qaeda
operative about whom
little
is
known.
Majed MOQED
(77) Saudi Arabian.Lawstudentat theKing Fahd UniversityinRiyadh.The son of ahead of the Baniauf tribe
from
Annakhil near Medina. Sometimes listed as the third
"logistics"
person
after
ALMIDHAR
and
Nawaq ALHAZMI.
NawaqALHAZMI
(77) "He told me once that his father had tried to
kill
him when he was a child. Henever told
me
why,
but he had a
long knife
scar
on his
forearm," said
an acquaintance.
Brother
of a
police chief in the coastal town of Jizan.
Salem ALHAZMI
(77) Saudi.
FLIGHT 93
Ziad al-JARRAH (93)
Born in Al
Marj,
Lebanon May
11,
1975. The son of a civil servant and aschoolteacher. Educated in a Catholic school in Beirut.
Ahmed ALNAMI (93)
Born
December
1977.
Saudi,
from
the
town
of
Abha. Former
law
student
at the
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12/3/2003
 
Testimony
of
Philip
B.
Heymann before
the
National Commission
on
TerroristAttacks Upon
the
United States
Chairman Kean, Vice-Chair Hamilton, Membersof theCommission:
Thank
you for my
invitation
to
appear
on
this panel.
I
will
try to
address
the
threequestions presentedby theCommissionin theorderinwhich they were presented
using
I
some
of the
charts
from
my new
book
Terrorism, Freedom
and
Security:
WinningWithout
War.
I.
POWERS BEFORE
9/11/01
You first asked
about
my assessment of the government's authority before September
11,
2001
to collect intelligence, and, more broadly, the adequacy of its authority to
defend
the country against terrorism.
A.
Intelligence Collection Authority
To
detect
the
traces
of any
activity
- in
this case
the
initial stages
of
preparing
for a
terrorist attack
on the
United States
-
intelligence
or law
enforcement agents have
available
only a limited set of steps even in an undemocratic political system. Startingwith that broadest set allows us to then turn to which, if any, of
these
steps wasunnecessarily
forbidden
or limited in the United States
before
September 11
th
.
A
list of all possible steps would include these ten prominently:
1.
They
may
interview willing witnesses.
2.
They
may
offer
rewards including reduced punishment
for
information.
r
 
of
State Washington File: Text: Clinton Announces DepartureofSteinberg
fr...
Page1 of 2
Washington
FUe
*EPF507
06/09/00Text: Clinton Announces Departure
of
Steinberg
from
NSC
Staff
(Lt.Gen. Donald Kerrick to replace him as of August 1) (340)President Clinton June 9 announced the departure of James B. Steinberg as Deputy National SecurityAdvisor,
effective
August
1.
The White House announcement said that Clinton intends to designate Lieutenant General DonaldKerrick
to
succeed Steinberg.
Following
is the White House text:(begin text)
THE
WHITE HOUSE
Office
of the
Press SecretaryJune
9,
2000
DEPUTY
NATIONAL SECURITY ADVISOR JAMES B. STEINBERG TO DEPART THE WHITE
HOUSE
President Clinton announced today the departure of James B. Steinberg, Deputy Assistant to thePresident
and
Deputy National Security Advisor,
effective
August
1.
"For
more than seven years, Jim Steinberg has been an indispensable member of my national securityteam,"
President Clinton said.
"With
his insight, his intensity, his invaluable judgment, he has been a
leaderin shaping a national security strategy for the global age. We will miss him
here
at the WhiteHouse.""Jim's contribution to American
foreign
policy over the past seven years, and especially at the NSC, hasbeen vital in every area," said National Security Advisor Samuel R. Berger. "I am confident he will have
a
substantial impact on the direction of public policy for years to come."
Mr.
Steinberg will become Senior Advisor this
fall
with the New York-based Markle Foundation, a
private,
not-for-profit
philanthropy.
Before
his appointment as Deputy National Security Advisor in December 1996, Mr. Steinberg served
as
Chief of
Staff
at the State Department and prior to that as Director of the State Department Policy
Planning
Staff.
The President intends to designate Lieutenant General Donald Kerrick as Deputy Assistant to thePresident and Deputy National Security Advisor,
effective
upon Mr. Steinberg's departure. GeneralKerrick currently serves as Assistant to the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of
Staff.
He
formerly
served asDeputy Assistant
to the
President
for
National
Security
Affairs.
(endtext)http://usembassy-australia.state.gov/hyper/2000/0609/epf507.htm 8/12/03

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