Monday, November 26, 2007

Sakka / Sakra / Saqa worked for the CIA and trained the 9 11 hijackers?

By his own account, Sakka "is a senior Al-Qaeda operative who was at the forefront of the insurgency in Iraq, took part in the beheading of Briton Kenneth Bigley and helped train the 9/11 bombers. He has been jailed in connection with the bombing of the British consulate in Istanbul." - London Times

Louai al Sakka is also known as Sakra and Saqa

Sakra worked for the CIA?

Ercan Gun, on 15 August 2005 at ( ), wonders if Al-Qaeda is a Secret Service operation.

Sakra was interrogated for 4 days at the Istanbul Anti-Terror Department Headquarters.

Reportedly this provided some important information.

According to Ercan Gun, Turkish intelligence specialists now believe:

1. Al-Qaeda is the name of a secret service operation.

2. Al Qaeda is linked to a strategy of tension. (See also Operation Gladio ; Turkey, terror bombs, the CIA and Mossad)

3. Sakra, the fifth most senior man in al-Qaeda, was offered employment by the CIA.

The CIA gave him a large sum of money.

The CIA claimed it eventually lost contact with him.

Reportedly, in 2000, the CIA asked the Turkish security service MIT to capture Sakra.

MIT caught Sakra in Turkey and interrogated him.

At a different period of time, Sakra was sought and caught by Syria's al-Mukhabarat.

Syria too offered him employment. Reportedly, Sakra eventually became a triple agent for the secret services.

And, what of Ali Mohamed who seems to have been a terrorist and an agent of the US security services?

Xymphora wrote: "it becomes impossible not to see Ali Mohamed as a U. S. Army intelligence agent. If he was a U. S. Army intelligence agent, and was protected by the U. S. government even after his participation in terrorist activities, he proves that it is possible to simultaneously be a U. S. agent and a member of al-Qaeda."



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