Yesterday, at the AMA Foundation's Forum on National Security & American
Muslims, Michael H. Posner -- Assistant Secretary, U.S. Department of State --
was challenged to answer 9/11 skeptics.
"9/11 is central to national security, terrorism and human rights," said Mr.
Enver Masud, Founder of The Wisdom Fund. He added that Osama bin Laden is
not wanted for 9/11 by the FBI. BBC News has reported several hijackers are
alive. A recent Angus Reid poll concludes that 26% of Americans do not
believe The 9/11 Commission Report.
Mr. Masud then handed Mr. Posner his book "9/11 Unveiled" together with a
letter to President Obama, and a copy of a quarter-page, newspaper
advertisement that contains highlights from his book.
Mr. Posner's response was that Khalid Sheikh Mohammed had admitted to
Khalid Sheikh Mohammed admitted his role in 9/11 after being waterboarded
183 times. Skeptics of the official report do not believe that KSM is the
"mastermind" of 9/11.
Nihad Awad, Executive Director and co-founder of the Council on
American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), and Sahar Aziz of the Bill of Rights
Defense Committee also spoke at the forum.
Among those attending the forum was Mr. Darron Paul Monteiro, Associate
Director White House Office of Public Engagement. He was scheduled to speak
at the event, but was not permitted to do so by the White House.
The forum was moderated by Dr. Agha Saeed, Founder and Chairman of American
Muslim Alliance Foundation, and sponsored by Muhammad Salim Akhtar, National
Director of the American Muslim Task Force on Civil Rights and Elections.
Mr. Masud is also the author of "The War on Islam." An expanded, 5th edition
is to be released on April 17, 2010 -- the 15th anniversary of The Wisdom
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