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The Terrorists Next Door/ Kosovo Albanian Muslim Terror Plot/ Albanian Jihad In America

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The six foreign-born Muslims accused of planning a shooting attack at the U.S. military base included four Kosovo Albanian Muslims affiliated with the KLA, or the Kosovo Liberation Army, a Terrorist Jihad Wahhabi group. The U.S. officials say their arrests highlight how Islamist groups are using the Balkans region to help in recruiting and financing terrorism. Fort Dix hosted Kosovo Albanian refugees in 1999. Eight year's later 4 Kosovo Albanian jihadists planned to attack this US military facility seeking to kill hundreds of US soldiers. Prosecutors described the men as "radical Islamists," with four coming from the province of Kosovo in the former Yugoslavia, where the ethnic Albanian population of Muslims fought one of the several wars that grew out of the breakup of Yugoslavia in the 1990s. Suspect Agron Abdullahu, who faces only weapons violations in the case, was described in court papers as a "sniper in Kosovo." U.S. officials said the Islamists were motivated by al Qaeda sympathies. The foreign-born Muslims are accused of planning to assault the Army base and slaughter scores of U.S. soldiers with automatic weapons and rocket-propelled grenades. The unidentified clerk is being credited with tipping off authorities in January 2006 after one of the suspects asked him to transfer a video to DVD that showed 10 men shooting weapons at a firing range and calling for jihad, prosecutors said. Several of them said they were ready to kill and die "in the name of Allah," prosecutors said in court papers. The group often watched terror training videos, clips featuring Usama bin Laden, a tape containing the last will and testament of some of the Sept. 11 hijackers, and tapes of armed attacks on U.S. military personnel, authorities said. U.S. officials said the Islamists were motivated by al Qaeda sympathies and that ringleader Mohamad Ibrahim Shnewer, who was born in Jordan, had copies of the wills of two September 11 terrorists on his laptop computer. The other suspect in the group -- accused of seeking to kill hundreds of soldiers at Fort Dix, N.J. -- was born in Turkey. U.S. officials said intelligence reports from the Balkans have identified a support structure for several terrorist groups, including al Qaeda, among the Muslim communities in Albania and in the former Yugoslavia, including Bosnia-Herzegovina, Kosovo and Macedonia. "When it comes to extremists, we're talking about very, very small pockets in Albania, as well as among the ethnic Albanian populations in Kosovo, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Macedonia and other parts of the Balkans," said one official with access to intelligence reports. The official pointed out that the Albanian government has been supportive of U.S. efforts to counter Islamic terrorist activities, including curbing logistics and financial aid, and working to prevent terrorists from receiving training and weapons. But a Congressional Research Service report produced in 2005 said instability in Albania during the 1990s gave al Qaeda a "foothold" there. Michael Savage: Kosovo's Independence "Immoral", Part 1 Of 2 Michael Savage: Kosovo's Independence "Immoral", Part 2 Of 2 Michael Savage: The Historical Truth About The Serbs/ Kosovo TAGS: 9/11 wtc7 truth movement inside job alex jones, 9/11 coincidences 9/11 wtc7 truth movement inside job alex jones, 911 facts, info, 9-11 september 11th 2001, larry silverstein wtc, wtc1 wtc2 wtc7, collapse bombs explosions. Home train love part music kitty tales dossiers pets anime hot technology science drift hsv kiss regimebald mason de trick school movie singing my tv trailer video nouvel ... 3gsm skate cats me video fantasy japan final live fight animation clip nazi amv eminem dancing cat cute soccer episode dance blog final dog girl show robot war dog tv music maplestory world of warcraft wow runescape online games dogs super ov...