Ziad Jarrah was born in Lebanon on May 11, 1975. His full name was Ziad Samir Jarrah. Jarrah is suspected of being the hijacker pilot of United Airlines Flight 93, which crashed near Shanksville on September 11.
Photos, Video, Audio
[[Image:Jarrah atta.jpg|With Mohamed Atta in Afghanistan, 2000]]
Former friend Paul Deakin says he recognises Jarrah's voice
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A business card for Assem Jarrah (Ziad's uncle) was recovered from the Flight 93 crash scene. The Moussaoui trial also presented a burned pages from a passport that analysis found to be Jarrah's (source).
- FBI summary on Ziad Jarrah
- INS summary on Ziad Jarrah
- Immigration inspector interviews re: Jarrah arrivals on 6-27-00, 10-29-00, 11-25-00, 1-5-01, 4-13-01, 8-5-01
- FBI document with substantial background detail on Jarrah
- INS analysis of the remains of Ziad Jarrah's passport, recovered from the Flight 93 crash site
- Airman files (pilot-related documentation)
- Original "goodbye" note sent to Aysel Senguen on 9/10
- English translation of 9/10 note
- Official full timeline: Dates, times and places extracted mainly from the 9/11 Commission Report and Moussaoui trial exhibits, although other sources are used as well.
Links and Related
Where can I read law enforcement, 9/11 Commission or mainstream media information on Jarrah?
- Paul Deakin recognises Jarrah's voice on Flight 93 tape, saw him crash into building in Flight Simulator
- the fifth estate: The Pilot is a CBC-TB program that tells "the story of Ziad Jarrah". The site includes a brief timeline with some documents, photos, video clips and more.
- A Washington Post article provides more background to the Hamburg Cell and the beginnings of the 9/11 plot
- Global Security makes it easy to view 9/11 Commission information on the hijackers movements, activities and associates
Where can I find information challenging that mainstream media account?
- History Commons has a timeline and various articles
- Team8Plus "Tracking the alleged hijackers and their doubles"
Which other sites might be of interest?