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New Al-Qaida Operations Concealed By The Media
May 30, 2003
Source:Alshorouq.org, KFMD TV & Islammessage.com, Translated by JUS
According to sources closely related to the Al-Qaida organization, two successful operations were carried approximately ten days ago in Kuwait and in the USA, and both of them were totally neglected or concealed by both Arab and western media.
The first operation took place in Al-Abdali area in Kuwait when an Afghan driver opened up heavy gun fire on American soldiers near a military camp killing more than 25 and injuring 7 Nevertheless, the Kuwaiti and Arab media ignored the attack that was rated by Al-Qaida as middle-scale operation.
So far the information about this attack is hidden and scarce, but Al-Qaida related websites promised to release more details soon.
The second operation took place in the main oil refinery in Texas that led to the total destruction of the refinery and unknown number of casualties.
Sources criticized the American coward and liar way of controlling the media not only in the US but in the Arab world as well so that no single bit of information was announced about the 2 operations or even the losses.
The sources promised to release a new audio tape for Osama Bin Laden the Head of Al-Qaida organization about the Mujahedeen operations especially this major one in Texas, in addition to commenting on the current events that took place the area recently.
On the other hand, some American sources mentioned that a huge explosion took place in the main oil refinery in Texas.
According to Lieutenant Paul Limoin from Niches police station, the explosion fires spread from 300 to 400 feet vertically in the air that could be seen and heard from miles.
The explosion was so strong that it resulted in very strong pressure in the area.
The local American TV station KFDM was the only one to transmit the incident live on Tuesday the 20th of May at about 11 PM. KFDM attributed the incident to a tough explosion in a natural gas tube line at Jefferson district.
Lieutenant Limoin was among a number of officers who closed high ways 347 and 336 for several hours because people from neighboring areas and hundreds of cars moved to watch the incident which jammed the traffic and hindered all kinds of communication by phone and the radio was the only thing that worked.
An eye witness said that that she heard the explosion of the tube line that was very tough to the extent that she saw the orange flames in the sky, yet the inhabitants of the area stayed as they were because they trusted the efficiency of the firemen.
Ronda Vize a KFMD employee said that policemen confirmed that after 15 minutes, the flames disappeared from the sky.
Nevertheless, she doubts what the policemen said because even hours after the explosion she still could see the fire in the area.
However, Paul Limoin said that the blows lasted for 10 minutes or more but there were no injuries among the residents of the area which raised doubts about the police attempts to hide the incident.
Police sources added that the explosion is attributed to an electric sparkle that hit one of the oil tankers, but this story contradicts what some eyewitnesses said.