Tuesday, July 11, 2006
- Today, one of two groups, Lashkar-e-Tayyaba and Jaish-e-Mohammad, or both, attacked a rail system in Bombay, India. The date: 7/11.
- When al Qaida attacked the US in 2001, it was on 9/11.
- The Madrid Train bombing was on 3/11, coincidently that was 911 days after the attack in the US.
- The attack on the London subway was on 11/9 - 911 in reverse.
- On January 19 of this year, Osama bin Laden came out with his first video in well over a year - that's 1/19 for those keeping score at home.
Now for some food for thought. The 911th day after the Madrid bombing will be coming up in the first week of October. Also, this November will be the 911th anniversary of the papal decree that started the crusades. We all know how much Osama and company hate the "evil crusaders."
Yes there have been other al Qaida attacks on dates that had nothing to do with 11 or 911. True, there were 29 other days in November for them to attack. And yes, there probably are other mathematical equations someone can come up with. But it is worth considering.
Will there be an attack at those times? Who knows? Shouldn't we at least be aware of some serious possibilities and be a little more cautious at those times?
Just something to ponder.