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9/11 Commission:

see under 9/119/11,
the terrorist attacks on Sept. 11, 2001, in the United States, and the associated events and impact of those attacks.

The attacks, which were carried out by agents of Al Qaeda (a militant Islamic terrorist group led by Osama bin Laden) used three hijacked commercial
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Like such previous government documents as the Starr Report and the 9-11 Commission analysis, the Mueller Report was so highly anticipated that it become a popular book even though anyone can read it for free.
In the interview, Larijani quotes from the 2004 report of the US 9-11 Commission appointed to investigate the attacks of September 11, 2001.
"The 9-11 commission report did mention Iran but it explicitly stated that there was no evidence that Iran was involved in the planning of 9-11 and certainly in the commission of that attack," Maloof told FNA on Tuesday.
The 2005 law stems from recommendations by the 9-11 Commission.
In response to the 9-11 Commission's recommendations to address the need for a nationwide emergency broadband communications network for America's first responders, Congress, in 2012, enacted legislation to establish and fund FirstNet.
National Commission on Terrorist Attacks Upon the United States, aka the 9-11 Commission, later determined that such a meeting did not take place, as AP reported.
The 9-11 Commission found "no credible evidence" of a meaningful link between Iraq and Al Qaeda, however.
An Al-Qaeda operative quoted in the 9-11 Commission report described Nashiri as widely known to be one of Al-Qaeda's most committed terrorists, "extreme in ferocity in waging jihad."
The group, headed by former 9-11 commission leaders Tom Kean and Lee Hamilton, laid out a detailed description of domestic terror incidents such as the Fort Hood shooting spree last year in which 13 people died; the attempt to crash an airliner in December as it was landing at Detroit, Michigan; and last May's botched vehicle bombing in New York City's Times Square.
The two leaders of the 9-11 Commission report conceded they were stopped by Commission members from hearing testimony on the motivation for 9-11: the U.S.-Israeli relationship.
Five years ago, the 9-11 Commission Report bluntly observed that "congressional oversight for intelligence - and counter-terrorism - is now dysfunctional." The commission presciently added, "Of all our recommendations, strengthening congressional oversight may be among the most difficult and important."