Links: | AP | CNN | Dawn | Time | FBI |March 1 (Day 60, Worldly Production): Khalid Shaikh Mohammed, the suspected mastermind of the September 11th terrorists attack on the US, was arrested today in Pakistan. Mohammed, 37, was one of three men arrested in a 3 AM raid in Rawalpindi, a city 9 miles southeast of Islamabad. Also arrested were Pakistani political leader, Abdul Qadoos, and a man of Middle Eastern origin. The US CIA reportedly led the raid.
According to one of the Pakistani terrorists arrested for killing US journalist, Daniel Pearl, it was Mohammed who cut Pearl's throat while two others held him down. Pearl's head was then cut off. This scene was portrayed on today's weather map by the weather angels.
Links: | CNN |Turkey's Parliament voted against allowing US troops into the country to stage an attack on Iraq. The vote failed to garner the majority required for passage. The vote was 264 in favor, 250 against, and 19 abstaining. With 533 ministers present, 267 votes in favor were needed for passage. There may be another attempt to pass the motion on March 4.
Links: | Ha'aretz |The Arab League, meeting at the Red Sea resort of Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt, opposed an attack on Iraq as a threat against Arab national security, and said Arab countries would not participate in any war. The League expressed solidarity that an attack on Iraq was a threat to Arab national security. Earlier, United Arab Emirates President, Sheik Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan, called upon the leaders of Iraq to step down and leave the country in order to avert war. This, however, was only a minority opinion within the league, shared mainly by Gulf countries that have long taken the hardest line against Saddam. The minority opinion was not adopted in the final communiqué.
Links: | AP | Washington Post | CNN |A New York to New Orleans flight was diverted to Charlotte, North Carolina after a passenger began shouting and had to be subdued by a US air marshall and off duty policemen. Richard Perez, 30, of Bay Shore, N.Y. started yelling 45 minutes after the 8:10 AM EST (1310 GMT) takeoff, "Majority rules! Turn the plane around!" US Airways Flight 739 was diverted to Charlotte and Perez was taken to the hospital.
The scene on the weather map portrayed a murderer over the Atlantic and a body along the Gulf Coast that stretched through Florida.
Mohammed was 37, for a warrior. Today, Turkey's parliament rejected a motion to allow US troops (warriors) into the country to attack Iraq. The vote was 264 in favor, 250 against, and 19 abstaining, with 533 ministers present, which was not a majority. The numbers mean: 264 - weakness (64); 250 - Sovereignty; 19 - federal judiciary; and 533 - purifying Judgment of the Holy Spirit (33). The vote was 3 shy of the required majority, where 3 stands for the Justice of the Holy Spirit per the meaning of the year 2003.
Turkey's parliamentary rejection of US war support was consistent with God's opposition of the Iraq war and emphasis on the Palestinians as the real terrorists, not Iraq. Palestinian Chairman, Yasser Arafat, addressed today's Arab League summit via conference call. He blamed the Iraq war plans on Israeli incitement of the US. Arafat has a history of never missing an opportunity to miss an opportunity. His comments came after President Bush had called for a Palestinian state this week.
US Airways Flight 739 was diverted to Charlotte, North Carolina after an unruly passenger shouted, "Majority rules. Turn the plane around!" That was a line in the Sovereign Design script of human history that referred to the airplanes that turned aound and headed to New York on September 11th and crashed into the World Trade Center. All of the September 11th terrorist flights were bound for California and turned around to hit New York and Washington, DC. The number, 739, stands for the sin unto death (39). North Carolina is in the region of Judah that symbolizes the military. And Louisiana is in the region of Simeon criminality. This scene portrayed the guilt of Khalid Shaikh Mohammed, who was educated in North Carolina.