- The ATM card of Waleed Iskandar was returned to his parents,
allegedly found by the Ground Zero Recovery Team on Sept. 11, 2002. Questions
remain as to why it turned up a year later and how could such a flimsy
card survive such a towering inferno?
- One year after 9/11, as unbelievable as it sounds, the
parents of a Flight 11 passenger were notified by the Ground Zero Recovery
Team that they found the unscathed Wells Fargo ATM card of their son who
allegedly perished on the doomed flight.
- After being notified of the miraculous find on Sept.
11, 2002, Joseph and Samia Iskandar were sent their son's bank card within
days, noting it was in "perfect condition," but asking the obvious
question: "How could a plastic card survive the fire of the terrorist
attack of the Black Tuesday on the USA?"
- The question about the strange return of their son's
bank card has been placed on a web site memorial, remembering their 34-year-old
son, Waleed, a Harvard MBA graduate listed as one of the passengers that
perished when Flight 11 allegedly smashed into the North Tower.
- The Iskandar's were unavailable for comment after numerous
calls were not answered, but receipt of the card was verified by another
close family member, as well as a photographic duplicate of the ATM card
also being placed on the Iskandar web site, proving its existence and return
in almost perfect condition.
- Besides an enlarged picture of the card on the site,
the Iskandar's also placed the following message regarding the return of
their son, Waleed's, Wells Fargo ATM card:
- "On September 11 2002, one year Anniversary of the
death of our son, we were informed that the Recovery Team at Ground Zero
have found the ATM Bank card of Waleed and that it will be mailed to us
in Northridge. When we received it, we found it in good condition,"
Walleed's parents wrote.
- "How could a plastic card survive the fire of the
terrorist attack of the Black Tuesday on the USA? I consider it as a sign
from Waleed to his parents on the first Anniversary of his loss."
- What the Iskandar's mean by "a sign from Waleed"
is unknown, but it can either be construed as a miracle from heaven that
he is safely in a better place, a sign that his personal belongings were
tampered with and he died in another location or a sign he is still alive
but unable to communicate with his parents.
- Although it's impossible to come to a solid conclusion,
the ' government spooks' of 9/11 holding the real truth, no one including
the Iskandar's can doubt the miraculous nature of such a recovery, considering
the devastation at the WTC, as well as strange nature of the timing of
the return of their son's bank card, occurring one year after the fact.
- One observer who wants to remain anonymous and who claims
the FBI planted numerous pieces of bogus evidence at all locations on 9/11
to justify an equally bogus official 9/11 story, had this to say about
the Iskandar ATM card:
- "I guess his ATM card must have slid out of his
wallet, flown out of his pocket, then out of his seat and around the seat
belt, then through the exploding jet fuel and debris, out of the building,
then to be found picture perfect!"
- The miraculous recovery of Iskandar's ATM card is not
the only piece of 9/11 evidence suspected of being planted by the FBI.
Recently, the Arctic Beacon first reported a first responder at the Pentagon
finding a perfectly intact California ID card of one of the alleged Flight
- Capt. Jim Ingledue said two days after 9/11 he found
the perfectly unscathed ID of Susanne Calley, 42, one of the alleged passengers,
adding he thought the find "highly unusual and strange to find a perfectly
intact card amidst the devastation and rubble at the Pentagon."
- But what makes the Iskandar ATM card even more suspicious
and intriguing than even Calley's ID card is that it was returned one year
later. Why one year after the fact? Where was it found? Was it used in
the interim? But, most importantly, how on earth could a plastic card,
normally contained inside a man's wallet or his pocket, survive a massive
explosion that completed consumed an airliner as well as pulverized a 100
- However, besides the possibility that Calley's ID and
Iskandar's ATM card were both planted by the FBI, the same question was
also ignored by the press and authorities the day after 9/11 when miraculously
the unscathed passport of Satam Al Suqami, one of the alleged 19 Arab terrorists,
turned up several blocks from Ground Zero.
- Although ABC News and the Associated Press played up
the importance of the Suqami passport, linking 9/11 to the Arab hijackers,
serious questions were never raised in the press or by the 9/11 Commission
as to the credibility and authenticity of the find.
- And now with the Calley ID and the Iskandar ATM card,
both turning up in perfect condition like the passport, it only triples
the necessity of launching a full scale investigation into the possibility
that all three items were planted by the FBI in an attempt to hoodwink
the American people into believing the official 9/11 story, a story that
has so many holes that it makes a perfectly good piece of Swiss cheese
look like a solid object.
- Furthermore, the simple reason an investigation is desperately
needed, now more than ever in light of the Calley and Iskandar discoveries,
is that the more pieces of "miracle evidence" that surface, the
better the chances the evidence is bogus.
- Besides the Al Suqami passport, numerous other accounts
of suspicious evidence have conveniently surfaced linking the alleged hijackers
to 9/11, including two of the alleged ringleader, Mohamed Atta's bags also
found right after 9/11.
- Not only did authorities find the bags but they conveniently
contained a handheld electronic flight computer, a simulator procedures
manual for Boeing 757 and 767 aircraft, two videotapes relating to "air
tours" of the Boeing 757 and 747 aircraft, a slide-rule flight calculator,
a copy of the Koran, Atta's passport, his will, his international driver's
license, a religious cassette tape, airline uniforms, a letter of recommendation,
"education related documentation" and a note to other hijackers
on how to mentally prepare for the hijacking.
- Again the state sponsored media jumped on the story,
running in the Associated Press, Boston Globe and other papers in the weeks
following 9/11, further perpetuating the government's 9/11 myth without
even asking the obvious question:
- "If the hijackers could pull off the perfect crime,
fooling the entire U.S. military, how could they be so stupid and leave
such incriminating evidence behind unless it was planted and set up by
the FBI/CIA/Mossad agents?"