“…just before 9:00 A.M. on February 7 [1995], a series of Pakistani and [U.S.] embassy vehicles surrounded the Su Casa [guest house in Islamabad, Pakistan]. ...Kicking the door in, they found [World Trade Center bomber Ramzi] Yousef lying on his bed. A Newsweek with his picture was open beside him. Around the room the agents noticed gun cotton, wires, the toy cars, and some baby dolls about to be turned into bombs. …After almost twenty-four months on the run, he realized now that the Americans had him.”

 – Peter Lance, 1000 Years For Revenge, Pages 290-291