Monday, September 26, 2011

SIRAJ ALI

Siraj Ali

On 7 July 2005, bombs went off in London killing a large number of people.

On 21 July 2005, again in London, five men allegedly tried to detonate bombs at 3 underground train stations and on a bus.

Siraj Ali, from Eritrea, was accused of helping these failed London bombers of 21 July 2005.

In 2008, Siraj Ali was jailed for 12 years.

He has been released from prison early, very early.

He is not to be deported.

TONY FARRELL - intelligence analyst /POLICE INTELLIGENCE OFFICER says 9 11 AND 7 7 were inside-jobs.

On 26 September 2011 the Daily Mail tells us more about Siraj Yassin Abdullah Ali.

Siraj Ali was brought up in the same foster family as July 21 conspirator Yassin Omar.

In a waste paper bin at Ali's home, police found handwritten notes which had been ripped up.

On one piece of paper were the words ‘detonator, charge and Allah’

Perhaps the police failed to notice additional words such as 'MI5, asset, patsy'.



Infowars tells us more (Terror Expert: London Bombings Mastermind is MI6 Asset)

"The July 29 edition of FOX News Channel's Day Side programme revealed that the so called mastermind of the 7/7 London Bombings, Haroon Rashid Aswat, is a British Intelligence Asset.

"Former Justice Dept. prosecutor and Terror expert John Loftus revealed that the so called Al-Muhajiroun group, based in London had formed during the Kosovo crisis, during which Fundamentalist Muslim Leaders (Or what is now referred to as Al Qaeda) were recruited by MI6 to fight in Kosovo.

"Loftus stated that '...back in the late 1990s, the leaders all worked for British intelligence in Kosovo. Believe it or not, British intelligence actually hired some Al-Qaeda guys to help defend the Muslim rights in Albania and in Kosovo. That's when Al-Muhajiroun got started.'"

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

James Corbett's work is a true contribution but he only talks to white people.

Anonymous said...

Siraj Ali - just another patsy...

C

Anonymous said...

http://news.antiwar.com/2011/09/24/libyan-rebels-abandon-fight-against-loyalists/

C

Anonymous said...

aangirfan,this does not surprise me in the least......

thanks for all you do......neil

Anonymous said...

Siraj Ali was arrested at 65 Curtis House on Sunday 24 July 2005

How did they know Siraj Ali assisted others evade arrest? Yasin Omar was arrested in a house in Birmingham at 04.30 hrs on 27th July 2005, & there was the TV arrest of Muktar Ibrahim Said & Ramzi Mohammed on 29th July 2005, the very same day that Hussain Osman was arrested in Rome, Italy.

gyg3s said...

The credibility of a terrorist organisation is directly related to the status of its victims.

When establishment figures are the targets, eg, Mountbatten, or the Conservative Party, it is obvious that the terrorist organisation is bona fide. However, when the organisation starts to bomb shop girls in Manchester, or tube travellers in London; it's hard to believe that they're a credible group, in other words, we're looking at the ongoing Operation Gladio.

Anonymous said...

What a lot of faked rubbish that *ripped up note* in Siraj Ali's flat is.

Anonymous said...

Further research on the July 21st events is here.

dyno said...

^^, Yes, the 'ripped up note' is a load of rubbish. Here is some more 'ripped up note' rubbish.

dynotape said...

There was an 'interviewing strategy' in place with regard to the arrests of all the July 21 'suspects'/patsies.

The 'strategy' was used to secure the convictions & the procedurely incorrect 'safety interviews' ensured that a prosecution story was concocted. The appeal by the convicted (details here) made reference to the procedurely incorrect interviews (i.e. interview without legal representation present).

 
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