Alleged 9/11 mastermind wrote letter to Obama justifying attacks

The alleged mastermind of the September 11 terror attacks faulted the US for the  attacks in a letter to Barack Obama. 

The details of a letter written by alleged mastermind of the September 11, 2001 terror attacks, Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, written to President Barack Obama, were recently revealed by the Miami Herald.

Justifying the “blessed” terror attacks to Obama, whom he referred to in the letter as “the head of the snake” and president of “the country of oppression and tyranny,” Mohammed claimed that “we did not start the war against you through the events of 9/11.”

Instead, he argued that the attacks “adhered to all universal laws” and were a “natural reaction to your destructive policies towards the Islamic world; your unlimited support to Israel, the Jewish Zionist State; and your continued support and protection for dictatorial rulers in the Islamic world aimed at protecting your own interests.”

The letter, dated January 8, 2015 and obtained by the Miami Herald from Khalid Sheikh Mohammed’s attorneys, had been delivered to Obama shortly preceding the end of his presidency as the judge handling Mohammed’s case held that Obama should get the chance to read it before leaving office.

Khaled Sheikh Mohammed, who is still awaiting trial in Guantanamo Bay, also expressed in the letter a sense of preparedness in accepting whatever verdict awaits him.

“If your court sentences me to life in prison, I will be very happy to be alone in my cell to worship Allah the rest of my life and repent to Him all my sins and misdeeds,” he said.

“And if your court sentences me to death, I will be even happier to meet Allah and the prophets and see my best friends whom you killed unjustly all around the world and to see Sheikh Osama Bin Laden.”

By: World Israel News Staff