Posts Tagged ‘terrorism’

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Rebranding Al-Qaeda’s Jabhat Al Nusra in Syria as “Moderates”

CIA backed and armed Syrian rebel group, Hazm brigade disbanded and its members have defected to Al Qaeda linked Jabhat Al Nusra (JAN) and ISIS. Hazm brigade also left behind a warehouse of US provided weapons, including anti-tank TOW missiles, which JAN has seized. With no one left to arm against the Syrian state but JAN, the US State Department has attempted to rebrand JAN as a non-Al Qaeda moderate force. The next step of the plan is to allow US proxy Qatar to openly arm JAN.

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“There’s no question that the Bush administration covered up for the Saudis.”

-Fmr. Senator Bob Graham

This is the man who WROTE the 28 redacted pages from the Congressional Joint Inquiry into the 9/11 attacks. He has never wavered since his December 2002 PBS interview:

SEN. BOB GRAHAM: Yes, going back to your question about what was the greatest surprise. I agree with what Senator Shelby said the degree to which agencies were not communicating was certainly a surprise but also I was surprised at the evidence that there were foreign governments involved in facilitating the activities of at least some of the terrorists in the United States.
-PBS

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Manufactured enemies?
Did British Security Services Drive ‘Jihadi John’ to Join ISIS? Emails and Phone Exchanges Raise Serious Questions

Max Blumenthal:

Over the course of the next four years, the MI5 hounded Emwazi, attempting to recruit him as a spy and threatening him with harsh punishment if he refused to collaborate. By the time Emwazi left the UK in 2013, he had blamed the security services for driving him to the brink of madness. He would emerge soon after as the world’s most notorious terrorist.

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The Relationship between Washington and ISIS: The Evidence

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US to Push Turkey in Fight against ISIS

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Nafeez Ahmed:

The circus: How British intelligence primed both sides of the ‘terror war’

Over the last decade or so – the very same period that the British state was grooming the “former jihadists who weren’t” so they could be paraded around the media-security-industrial complex bigging up the non-threat of “non-violent extremism” – the CIA and MI6 were coordinatingSaudi-led funding to al-Qaeda affiliated extremists across the Middle East and Central Asia to counter Iranian Shiite influence.

…Nevertheless in 2013, it was David Cameron who lifted the arms embargo to support Syria’s rebels [and Barack Obama in the USA]. We now know that most of our military aid went to al-Qaeda affiliated Islamists, many with links to extremists at home. The British government itselfacknowledged that a “substantial number” of Britons were fighting in Syria, who “will seek to carry out attacks against Western interests… or in Western states”.

…Yet according to former British counterterrorism intelligence officer Charles Shoebridge, despite this risk, authorities “turned a blind eye to the travelling of its own jihadists to Syria, notwithstanding ample video etc. evidence of their crimes there,” because it “suited the US and UK’s anti-Assad foreign policy”.

…This terror-funnel is what enabled people like Emwazi to travel to Syria and join up with IS – despite being on an MI5 terror watch-list. He had been blocked by the security services from traveling to Kuwait in 2010: why not Syria?

Also See:

Nafeez Ahmed: Why the war on ISIS will fail

There are only a handful of guys in the world who both know what’s going on and choose to tell the truth about it. Nafeez is one of them.

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Emwazi was a “person of interest” for MI5 as he was a member of a London based jihadi cell that had been set up to recruit militants. Security services were aware that Emwazi had a telephone conversation with Hussein Osman on the day of the 21/7 planned attacks, who was later jailed for life for planting a bomb in a London underground station.

Mohammed Enwazi, the Islamic State terrorist known as “Jihadi John,” was identified by British intelligence but allowed to escape to Syria. It was also revealed that he had links to the failed 21/7 attacks in London, the Observer reports.

The British intelligence service MI5 had been keeping track of Emwazi since 2008, three years after the attempt by a group of western militants on July 21, 2005 to carry out terrorist attacks on British soil, the report revealed.

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