The candidates had to learn to fly in tiny aircrafts.... Planning to hijack four aircraft simultaneously would require great precision in timing and logistics. One aircraft maybe. But four simultaneously!! I don't think extremists from Saudi Arabia can carry out this highly sophisticated operation with such success," the former Malaysian prime minister commented.
Turning to the collapse of the World Trade Center twin towers, he said, "They came down nicely upon themselves without toppling against the other buildings close by. It looks more like planned demolition of buildings than collapse consequent upon being hit by aircraft."
Mohamad stated, "A third building also collapsed in the same fashion; although it was not hit by any aircraft. What is the explanation for this untouched building, which collapsed upon itself and did not damage other buildings nearby?"
He also questioned the total disappearance of the aircraft, which hit the Pentagon building in Arlington, Virginia. "There was no debris of any kind, no broken parts of the aircraft, no black box, and no human bodies flung into the surroundings. Is it possible for an aircraft to vaporize totally after a crash?" the former Malaysian prime minister said.
Mohamad further raised questions over the loss of the fourth aircraft, which was supposed to have crashed in an open field. "Again no sign of any debris. No big crater. Did it vaporize into nothingness? Did the innocent passengers also vaporize?" he stated.
The Malaysian politician noted that the American press was strangely silent about 9/11 attacks.
He also emphasized that Bush is the one that lied about Saddam's weapons of mass destruction. "The legacy of the former US president is that two countries (Iraq and Afghanistan) have been devastated, and fratricidal wars have become endemic. Hundreds of thousands of Iraqis, Afghans and a few thousand of young American soldiers have died. Thousands more are wounded, maimed for life, and suffering from mental breakdowns," Mohamad pointed out.
Former Malaysian prime minister also said that human lives do not seem to mean much to the former US president.