Talk:New al-Qaeda video shows Osama bin Laden meeting with 9/11 hijackers
Title should be changed to "alleged 9/11 hijackers" or "men accused of hijacking" -- at least one of these men has been found alive, so even calling him an alleged hijacker seems a bit ridiculous.
- according to the BBC and Reuters source, there's no meeting between Bin LAden and the hijackers, there's a video of the hijackers speaking "suicide" messages. Doldrums 03:10, 8 September 2006 (UTC)
- ABC says otherwise, but qualifies it with "which the tape said were Sept. 11 hijackers", something that we've not done. also, has the FBI accused Atef and wassisname of being hijackers? or being planners? Doldrums 03:19, 8 September 2006 (UTC)
Is this video available for download somewhere? I know CNN and others have a few clips, but I'd be interested in seeing the entire thing or atleast as much as was broadcast by Al Jazeera.
Remember to read the article after writing itEdit
After reading the article twice, I didn't know if the video was of recent events or if it was a newly publicised old video. It sounds like the latter, but I'm still not completely clear. Since the rest of the article is unclear, it's risky for me to trust the clarity of the one sentence that makes a definite statement, but I have done so. Please fix it if my fix was wrong. Thanks. Bill3 14:13, 8 September 2006 (UTC)
- I read it and alleged is not the case...where are the sources saying the "alleged" terrorists? The BBC says it BUT they do not say what officials confirm this. Did the US confirm BBC's findings? To me this article now looks messed up and nothing but speculation. The highjackers are dead. Planes burned them. Jason Safoutin 21:03, 8 September 2006 (UTC)
- Done --Jcart1534 05:30, 29 December 2007 (UTC)