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Flashback: Who Attacked the World Trade Centre?

By Yusuf Akinloye Akintunde

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Nineteen years ago, September 11th, 2001, the whole world woke up to an egregious and unprecedented attack on the United States. The World Trade Centre was attacked and brought down. The narrative we all ignorantly shared, that time, was that Osama Bin Laden (Al Qaedah Kingpin) was the force behind the attack.

However, emerging facts and analysis from experts proved many of us wrong. From all available evidence, Osama Bin Laden was not the person behind the bombing of the World Trade Centre. The attack on the World Trade Centre was another conspiracy theory that is yet to be completely deciphered.

In 2009, Prof. Marie-Paule Pileni wrote an article (Active Thermitic Material Discovered in Dust from the 9/11 World Trade Center Catastrophe) that was later published in The Open Chemical Physics Journal. In the article, Prof. Pileni analysed how the twin tower could not have collapsed completely, nor at the speeds that they did, without additional energy involved to weaken their structures.

This position was further corroborated by physicist Steven E. Jones, architect Richard Gage, software engineer Jim Hoffman, theologian David Ray Griffin, and Dutch demolition expert Danny Jowenko.

Funnily, the Taliban and the remnants of Al Qaedah that the Bush administration accused of attacking the WTC were drawn to negotiating table by the Trump administration. Are you aware that, last year, the leadership of theTaliban would have been in Camp David (the United States), if not for diplomatic rows and skirmishes that trailed the invitation? There is more to the September 11 attack than meets the eye.

Adejare Ibrahim writes from Oyo

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