Tuesday, September 08, 2009


The UK made no attempt to extradite Rauf from Pakistan.

The Transatlantic Liquid Bomb Plot looks like part of the effort to discredit Moslems and advance the agenda of the CIA and MI6.

Rashid Rauf is reported to be key to many plots, from Bombay to London.

British officials believe that Rauf was the Liquid Bomb plotters link with al-Qaeda, which many people assume is run by the CIA and its friends.

Rauf was supposed to have been involved in the London Tube bombings, which many people assume was the work of the security services.

Rauf was arrested in 2005 by British authorities in connection with the London 7/7 bombings, but quickly released. (Liquid Bomb Plot Central Figure was Twice Released by UK ...)

Rauf also has links to Muktar Ibrahim, the leader of the failed 21 July London bombings. (Airline plot: Al-Qaeda connection)

Some people suspect that Rashid Rauf works for Britain's MI6 and Pakistan Intelligence.

Rashid Rauf was 'allowed' to escape from custody.

Rauf is linked to the recent Bombay attacks.

"There has been speculation that a British Al Qaeda suspect (Rashid Rauf) ... may have helped plot the (Bombay) attacks...

"British-born Pakistanis were among the Mumbai terrorists, Indian government sources claimed...

"As many as seven of the terrorists may have British connections and some could be from Leeds and Bradford where London's July 7 bombers lived, one source said.

"Two Britons were among eight gunmen being held, according to Mumbai's chief minister Vilasrao Deshmukh." (Massacre in Mumbai: BRITISH gunmen seized in commando raids.)

"Rashid Rauf was aware of the training of some of the perpetrators of the Mumbai blasts of July, 2006." - (THE CURIOUS CASE OF RASHID RAUF.)

The CIA has long been linked to Moslem militias in Afghanistan and elsewhere.

Rashid Rauf is reportedly involved with the Lashkar-e-Toiba group which reportedly is linked to the Pakistan secret service ISI which reportedly works with the CIA and British intelligence. (aangirfan: Rashid Rauf works for MI6?)

Rauf 'escaped from custody' (The mysterious disappearance of an alleged terror mastermind UK ...)

Lieutenant-Colonel (ret.) Nigel Wylde, a former senior British Army Intelligence Officer with decades of anti-terror and explosives experience, declared the Transatlantic Liquid Bomb Plot to be 'fiction'.

He said the explosives in question could not possibly have been produced on the plane.

He suggested that the plot was an invention of the UK security services in order to justify wide-ranging new security measures that threaten to permanently curtail civil liberties and to suspend sections of the United Kingdom's Human Rights Act of 1998.(The Raw Story: August terror plot is a 'fiction ...)

Reportedly the alleged terrorist cell that planned to blow up ten planes included at least one person working for the British security services. (Alleged Liquid Bomb Plot Credibility Crumbles)

Former British Ambassador to Uzbekistan Craig Murray slammed the so-called foiled plot story as "propaganda"

"None of the alleged terrorists had made a bomb. None had bought a plane ticket. Many did not even have passports, which given the efficiency of the UK Passport Agency would mean they couldn't be a plane bomber for quite some time," said Murray.

What about the evidence against the Liquid Bomb plotters?

Craig Murray ("Rashid Rauf - Mastermind".) points out that:

"'Evidence' that the police announced they had found consisted of wills (with the implication they were made by suicide bombers) and a map of Afghanistan.

"It turns out that the wills were made in the early 90s by volunteers going off to fight the Serbs in Bosnia - they had been left with the now deceased uncle of one of those arrested.

"The map of Afghanistan had been copied out by an eleven year old boy...

"Despite naming him as the 'mastermind' behind somethng 'bigger than 9/11', the British government made no attempt to extradite Rashid Rauf on charges of terrorism."


Rashid Rauf, Jamal al-Badawi, Omar al-Faruq, Haroon Rashid Aswat - all working for the security services?



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