My Days In The Beast
This is the personal diary of Aamir Al-Mamoura who, for the benefit of his family, recorded his activities during his time in the United States collecting data and/or confirming data previously collected by other radical Islamic agents. The diary was retrieved from an internet back-up storage facility after local police, FBI and Homeland Security agents found the web address in a motel trashcan. More
What you are about to read is the personal diary of Aamir Al-Mamoura who, for the benefit of his brother and sons, recorded his activities during his time in the United States collecting data and / or confirming data previously collected by other radical Islamic Muslim agents. This is a significant document as it’s the first time captured data has been reported unedited, except for needed translation, to the public. Ninety-five percent of all terrorist activity is never made public. However, this document is so chilling it will cause even the most doubtful individuals genuine and immediate concern.
The journal was retrieved from an Internet back-up storage facility after local police and Homeland Security agents found the address in a trashcan. Additional photos and documents were found in deleted laptop files restored by the investigators. The original writing is in Arabic, the most common Middle-Eastern language, and required translation for this publication. While it’s difficult for a translation to convey inflections and subtleties with 100% accuracy footnotes are provided in order to clarify the reader’s understanding. A copy of each original page, in Arabic, is included immediately preceding the associated English language translation.
The event causing suspicion and eventual discovery of Aamir’s activities was a simple ‘fender bender’ in a motel parking lot. Another guest bumped Aamir’s car, breaking the taillight but when reported to the motel office no corresponding owner could be matched with the damaged vehicle. A note was left on the windshield but, after 24 hours when no one contacted the front desk and the car remained in the same location, local police were notified.
Registrations for guests who had not supplied an automobile make, model or license number were checked. Aamir was the only one without a car. A call to his company, Canadian National Engineering of Toronto, showed no record of him as an employee, agent or consultant. The police, complying with the latest procedure bulletin from Homeland Security, contacted the IID (Initial Identification Division) providing all known information regarding Mr. Burris. When It was determined that no such person had rented a car from any US or Canadian agency in the past 60 days and his home address was bogus it was suspected that he was either a wanted criminal or the agent of a foreign government.
Unknown to Aamir he was photographed, his fingerprints lifted from his room and matched against the NJ State Police, FBI and Homeland Security Databases. There were no hits on the State Police or FBI Databases however; a photo match from Homeland Security returned the following:
“Aamir Al-Mamoura, suspected Middle Eastern Radical, affiliated with PLO / Fatah and Hamas. Trained in weapons, tactics and intelligence gathering. Explosives expert. Married, three (3) children. Citizen of Saudi Arabia. Do not approach or attempt to apprehend w/o support.” After local police cleared the motel, FBI and Homeland Security agents arrested him as he was preparing to checkout.