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  • This is a report that was published on September 27 in Newsbytes by Brian McWilliams.  It said that two Odigo employees in Israel received text messages warning of an attack on the World Trade center two hours before the attacks took place.A September 28 article from IDG News Service, however, says the message was a non-specific threat that did not mention the World Trade Center.  Alex Diamendis of Odigo said it was the timing of the message that made it unusual.
  • The mental and emotional storm that struck America on 11 September 2001 with the attacks on New York and Washington has been recreated with the release of more than half a million pager messages sent on that day.
  • On September 11, 2001, 19 hijackers commandeered four commercial jetliners, loaded with fuel for cross-country flights. Two were flown into the World Trade Center’s Twin Towers in New York, one crashed into the Pentagon, and another, headed for an unknown location, crashed in Pennsylvania when it was disrupted by passengers.
  • His eyes wide, sweat glistening on his face, New York Fireman 12898 pushes past office workers as they flee down the crowded stairs of the North Tower.Weighed down with equipment, his jacket unfastened in the stifling heat, the young firefighter is hurrying upwards towards the scene of the first strike on the World Trade Center and almost certainly to his own death.
  • The hijackers had taken flying lessons and trained on flight simulators for their suicide mission to turn civilian airliners into giant guided missiles laden with jet fuel, targeting the most potent symbols of American economic, military and political might.

    But it turned out that they did not know how to operate the planes’ radio and intercom systems and so they inadvertently broadcast messages that were intended to deceive the passengers to air traffic controllers.