Bill Clinton Sent Friendly Handwritten Note To Mosque That al-Awlaki Led, 9-11 Hijackers Worshipped At

 
Bill Clinton Sent Friendly Handwritten Note To Mosque That al-Awlaki Led, 9-11 Hijackers Worshipped At
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Democratic President Bill Clinton sent a handwritten note offering to work together with the chairman of a mosque that counted 9/11 hijackers as worshippers, senior al-Qaeda operative Anwar al-Awlaki as an imam, and an al-Qaeda conspirator and would-be George W. Bush assassin as a teacher and camp counselor.

Clinton sent a handwritten note on official stationery in March 2000 to the chairman of the board of the Dar Al-Hijrah Mosque in Falls Church, Virginia, in response to a letter from the chairman. Clinton’s note was released as part of a document dump Friday by the Clinton presidential library.

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