Monday, January 04, 2010



On 30 December 2009, there was a bombing at a CIA base in Afghanistan.

The first reports described the assassin as a member of the Afghan National Army.

That makes sense.

In early January 2010, western spooks told NBC News that the killings were carried out by a Jordanian, Humam Khalil Abu-Mulal al-Balawi, with links to al Qaeda and the Pakistan Taliban.

This latter version sounds fishy, because al Qaeda and the Pakistan Taliban reportedly work for the CIA.

At POLITICO, Laura Rozen relates the new version, involving a Jordanian double agent killing the CIA officers in Khost

Allegedly, al-Balawi was arrested by Jordanian spooks in 2009 and turned into a spook.

He reportedly told his Jordanian intelligence handler that he had information, about Ayman Al-Zawahiri, which he had to give to the CIA.

Hence he was able to get close to the CIA guys.

Presumably, Ayman Al-Zawahiri, as Al Qaeda deputy to Osama bin Laden, works for the CIA.

Reportedly, at the age of 14, al-Zawahiri joined the Muslim Brotherhood (Ayman al-Zawahiri - Wikipedia), suspected by some of being a tool of the CIA and MI6. (aangirfan: The use of the Muslim Brotherhood by MI6 and the CIA in ...)

His known terrorist career started with his involvement in the assassination of Egyptian President Anwar Sadat.

Strangely enough, according to January 2000 U.S. Congressional testimony, al-Zawahiri was granted U.S. residence by the Immigration and Naturalization Service - something almost impossible for many legitimate immigrants to obtain. (Islamic fundamentalist link to British Fascists)

Should we be surprised that one of the centers of operation for al-Zawahiri was London, where one of his closest relatives resided?

President Mubarak is believed to have referred to him when, after the Luxor massacre, he stated: "There are people who carried out crimes and who were sentenced [in Egypt] and live on British soil." (Islamic fundamentalist link to British Fascists)

Adel Darwish has written that, in 1986, according to an agent of one Gulf State Intelligence Service, al-Zawahiri moved to Peshawar in Pakistan 'where he was helped by the CIA to get arms, training and money for his followers to join the Mujahedine. '

According to the agent, the CIA were aware of who he was and his involvement in the assassination of President Sadat, but they gave him and his men new identities and new passports.' Reportedly, the story was confirmed by Egyptian intelligence sources. (Terrorism)

According to (Cached ), Ayman al Zawahiri fought for the CIA in Bosnia and his brother Zaiman al-Zawahiri fought for the CIA in Kosovo.

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