Monday, 31 May 2010

Daddy Ben Zion Netanyahu had planned the attacks of September 11, 2001 in the 90s.

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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said that his father had planned the attacks of September 11, 2001 in the 90s.

The Israeli newspaper Haaretz reports that these words were spoken at the anniversary ceremony, the father of Prime Minister, historian Ben Zion Netanyahu, March 7, 2010 at the Menachem Begin Heritage Center, attended by numerous dignitaries, including the President Shimon Peres.

The Prime Minister added that those who do not know their past can not understand the present or anticipate the future.

Another Israeli newspaper, Maariv, had reported in its edition of April 17, 2008 that Benjamin Netanyahu, then Likud leader, said during a conference at Bar Ilan university that the September 11 attacks had been beneficial for Israel.

"We enjoy one thing, what are the attacks against the Twin Towers and the Pentagon, and a U.S. attack against Iraq," he said according to Maariv. These events "have pushed American public opinion in our favor"

Professor Ben-Tzion Netanyahu was the personal secretary of Ze'ev Jabotinsky, the father of Revisionist Zionism. In the years 80-90, he led with his son Benjamin and George H. Bush (the father), the Jonathan Institute (named after his eldest son Jonathan Netanyahu, who died in battle), and developed the media concept of "international terrorism" [1]

In January 2001, the treasurer of the Jonathan Institute and the election campaigns of Netanyahu, the developer Larry Silverstein purchased the World Trade Center in New York. He purchased an insurance policy that he wrote himself providing compensation for each attack that could damage the WTC. After Sept. 11, he claimed, beyond a franchise-double compensation on the grounds that there had been two separate attacks committed two different aircraft. After several trials, he touched 4, 5 billion, realizing a net gain of 1 billion.

Original in French

Israel's Attack on Us All

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