: Two terrorists are objecting to the term in today’s NY Times.
A Pakistani man awaiting execution in Virginia for killing CIA employees outside the agency’s headquarters distanced himself from the 9.11 crew.
Mr. Kasi, 38, who said he earned a master’s degree in English literature in Pakistan, insisted he was not a terrorist.
“What I did was a retaliation against the U.S. government” for American policy in the Middle East and its support of Israel, he said. “It had nothing to do with terrorism.”
At the same time, the head of the Achille Lauro terrorist attack, now hiding in Iraq, waiting for our justice to come marching in, also holds himself at arm’s length from bin Laden’s boys.
Mr. Abbas is keen to put distance between himself and the Muslim hijackers who carried out the Sept. 11 attacks last year, whom he describes as terrorists