|Jihadists Nab 11 Jumbo Jets in Libya|
|by Tom McGregor||Wed, Sep 3, 2014, 12:38 am|
Radical Islamists in Libya have raided the Tripoli Airport and stole 11 passenger jets.
According to NewsMax, "Jihadists have stolen several commercial jetliners in Libya, raising concerns with intelligence officials about 9/11-style terror strikes as the 13th anniversary approaches, some reports say."
Jihadists appear to be preparing a massive terror attack to celebrate the anniversary of 9/11.
As reported by NewsMax, "Subsequently, Mohamed Frikha, CEO of the Tunisian airline company Syphax, told Tunisia's Shems FM Radio that two Airbus-A320 aircraft belonging to the Libyan company Ifriqiya were missing from Misratah, Janes reports."
Stolen aircraft could fly into U.S. airspace and crash into national landmarks.
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