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A new chorus of voices , who claim not to be anti-Jewish but simply anti-Zionist, have become the most popular promoters of these ideas. The most prominent promoters of antisemitic conspiracy theories today are less often white supremacists and right-wing antisemites. These theories are promoted and shared on conspiracy-oriented web sites, social networking sites, and video sites. Certain conspiracy theories have increased in popularity over the past decade, according to ADL.
Some of the primary concerns include whether the Bush administration or the United States Armed Forces had awareness of the planned attack methods, the precise volume of intelligence that American agencies had regarding al-Qaeda activities inside the United States, whether the put options placed on United Airlines and American Airlines and other trades indicate foreknowledge, and why the identities of the traders have never been made public. Additional facets of the conspiracy theories include debate as to whether warnings received from foreign agencies were specific enough to have warranted preventative action, whether domestic intelligence about planned al-Qaeda attacks was thorough enough to have mandated intervention, the extent to which the alleged hijackers were under surveillance prior to the attacks, and whether Mossad or the Pakistani Inter-Services Intelligence were aware of an imminent attack. Immediately following the attacks, President George W. Bush stated that: "Nobody in our government at least, and I don't think the prior government, could envisage flying air planes into buildings" and National Security Advisor Condoleezza Rice claimed: "no-one could have predicted that they would try to use an airplane as a missile". An Air Force general called the attack: "something we had never seen before, something we had never even thought of. Some mainstream media reports have conflicted with these statements, claiming that the FBI, CIA and Executive Branch  knew of the threat of planes being used as missiles as early as , following the foiling of the Bojinka Plot. The FBI had advance indications of plans to hijack U. From the moment of the September 11 attacks, all high-ranking federal officials insisted that the terrorists' method of operation surprised them. Many continue to stick to that story. Actually, elements of the suicide hijacking plan were known to the FBI as early as and, if coupled with current information, might have uncovered the plot.
His quick reply was: "It's very good. Well, it's not good, but it will generate immediate sympathy for Israel " The FBI came to the conclusion I cannot tell you about evidence that has been gathered. It's classified information. Said one of the men , "Our purpose was to document the event.