Morocco - recruiting ground for the CIA and MI5.
MI5 had a Moroccan-born agent who 'investigated' the 7/7 London bombers and the Madrid bombers.
The Moroccan is now suing the UK Government after being told that he must return to Morocco, where he faces 'arrest and torture'.
The 33-year-old Moroocan worked for MI5 from 2000 to 2006.
The Moroccan came to Britain at the age of 18 and married a British citizen.
In Britain the Moroccan met the preacher Abu Hamza, who is believed to work for MI5.
Hamza's followers sent the Moroccan to Georgia and then to Chechnya.
The UK security services have been accused of causing trouble in Georgia and in Chechnya.
When the Moroccan returned to the UK, in 2000, he was officially recruited by MI5.
In December 2001, the Moroccan was sent by MI5 to Belgium to work with 'an extremist cell' but was arrested by the Belgian security services.
The Belgians held him in solitary confinement without charge for two years.
He was then convicted for associating with terrorists and possessing a false travel document.
In January 2004, an MI5 officer who told him that the UK government would arrange his transfer to Britain, on condition that he continued to work for MI5.
The Moroccan arrived in Britain in April 2004 on a specially chartered jet and was soon training with MI5.
He reportedly provided information on the 2004 Madrid bombings and the 7/7 London attacks in 2005.
The London and Madrid bombings are believed by many people to have been the work of the security services.
In February 2006, the Moroccan was told that he was no longer working for MI5.
He was offered £10,000 to persuade him to leave the UK and return to Morocco
In August 2013, it was reported that thousands of Moroccans had protested outside Morocco's parliament in Rabat.
Daniel Galvan Viña was jailed in 2011 for raping 11 children, aged between four and 15.
The rapes took place between 2003 and 2010.
Reports in the media explained that he was released "at the request of the Spanish secret service."
Viña's lawyer said that Viña told him he was once an official in the Iraqi army and he had worked with foreign secret services during the fall of Saddam Hussein.
Unknown writes of the London Bombings:
Except for the day of the event and that it was in London, there is not a single aspect about the story of the 7th of July 2005 London bombing that has not changed. Some many times.
Disturbances to the normal running of the underground began early in the day - with reported fires , accidents and other incidents resulting in the temporary closure of some stations and subsequent delays and overcrowding. Were these events part of an exercise ?
Exercises that day included the one run by Peter Power , Hanover , plus others.
The first reports for an hour were of power surges. Then later explosions but the quantity and location changed many times.
What trains were effected what direction were they traveling?
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