Nafeez Mosaddeq Ahmed (born 1978) is a British investigative journalist, author and academic. He was an environment blogger for The Guardian from March 2013 to July 2014 and has worked as a Special Investigations Reporter for the Byline Times.
"Interrogating 9/11" Left Magazine (2006)
"Interrogating 9/11" Left Magazine September 11, 2006 (Archived Copy )
- Five years on, it is difficult to avoid the conclusion that we still don’t know what really happened on 9/11. And this dismal, pathetic state of affairs should not continue.
- It is agreed by all that the fires never burned hot enough to melt the steel columns. Whether or not the steel was hot enough to buckle, the official account fails to explain the deposits of molten metal found after the collapses. If not the fires, what could have caused the steel to melt?
- Professor Jones didn’t write his paper to support a prior ideological-conspiratorial agenda -- he wrote it to point out that to date, conventional scientific explanations of the WTC collapses remain flawed and inadequate. The molten deposits found at Ground Zero, and the failure of the official narrative to account for them, represent an anomaly that should be investigated impartially, not dismissed for reasons of political convenience -- or arbitrary standards of the boundaries of sanity.