Tuesday, October 12, 2010


Moslem KLA leader Hashim Thaci, Bernard Kouchner, General Sir Michael Jackson, KLA commander Agim Ceku, and General Wesley Clark; Pristina, 1999.

Reportedly, the bin Laden family have had close ties to the CIA since the time of Iran-Contra. (Salem bin Laden)

And, reportedly, the CIA has long made use of Moslem groups to do their dirty work.

On 1 November 2001, Marcia Kurop, at The Wall Street Journal Europe, wrote about Osama bin Laden's Balkan Links. (Al Qaeda's Balkan Links_)

From this we learn:

1. Osama bin Laden visited the Balkans on three occasions between 1994 and 1996.

2. Ayman Al-Zawahiri operated training camps and money-laundering and drug-trading networks throughout Albania, Kosovo, Macedonia, Bulgaria, Turkey and Bosnia.

3. Funding came partly from a front agency established in London in 1994.

4. Heroin trafficking through Kosovo helped to fund activity linked to al Qaeda and the Iranian Revolutionary Guard.

5. Osama bin Laden reportedly administered much of this heroin trade with the help of Russian mafia groups (the mainly Jewish Russian mafia - Aangirfan).

The Moslem KLA

6. The Bosnian Embassy in Vienna issued a passport to bin Laden in 1993, according to various reports in the Yugoslav press at the time.

The reports add that bin Laden then visited a 'terrorist' camp in Zenica, Bosnia in 1994.

The Bosnian government denies all of this, but admits that some passport records have been lost.

7. In 1994, uranium was taken, by an al Qaeda operative, to the town of Hilat Koko, in Turkish-held northern Cyprus.

8. Cyprus, both north and south, were centres for money laundering by banks working for al Qaeda.

9. In 1995, Iranian arms came into Bosnia with the apparent tacit approval of the Clinton administration.

10. Bin Laden visited Albania in 1996 and 1997, according to the testimony of a French national, Claude Kader.

He recruited some Albanians to fight with the Kosovo Liberation Army in Kosovo (the Moslem KLA), according to the Paris-based Observatoire Geopolitique des Drogues.

11. The U.S. had a relationship with the KLA and used it to fight the Serbs.

The KLA received official NATO/U.S. arms and training support.

Europol (the European Police Organization based in The Hague) has reported on the connection between the KLA and international drug gangs.

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For more than fifty years, the CIA and its friends have been employing militant Moslems to do their dirty work.

1. Before World war II, British intelligence used the Moslem Brotherhood against Britain's German rivals in North Africa.

(The British, Muslim Terrorism and September 11)

2. Around 1955, the CIA began to co-operate with the Moslem Brotherhood.

The CIA and MI6 used the Moslem Brotherhood to weaken both Egypt and Syria.

(The British, Muslim Terrorism and September 11)

3. In the 1960s, MI6 supported Islamic guerrillas in Indonesia.

According to The Independent (UK): "Cabinet papers show that British spies, including MI6, supported Islamic guerrillas in order to destabilise Sukarno."

(The Secret State: MI5 (Home Office/MoD), The Security Service and ...)

4. Israel funded the Muslim Brotherhood and Hamas, in order to divide the Palestinians.

(The British, Muslim Terrorism and September 11)

5. In 1979, the CIA and MI6 used the Moslem Brotherhood to topple the Shah of Iran and install the Ayatollahs.

(The British, Muslim Terrorism and September 11)

6. In 1979 the CIA was building up and arming the militant Moslem Mujahadeen in Afghanistan.

The idea was to lure Russia into Afghanistan.

(CRG -- The CIA's Intervention in Afghanistan)

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7. In 1991, the CIA and NATO used Al Qaeda to break up Yugoslavia.

(Global Research, 8 September 2010, Andrew Gavin Marshall: "The Anglo-American Terror Network")

Yugoslavia was a friend of Russia and was next door to a lot of oil wealth.

Moslems arrived in Bosnia from Afghanistan and other Moslem countries.

Clinton gave the 'green light' to Iran to arm the Bosnian Muslims.

Israel armed the Bosnian Serbs.

The idea was to foment conflict.

The Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA), which took control of the Balkan heroin trafficking routes, fought the Serbs.

The KLA, which had links to bin Laden, was trained and armed by the USA.

8. The CIA and its friends employed Moslem militants to create trouble for Russia in its province of Chechnya.

("The Anglo-American Terror Network")

US intelligence helped fund and transport al-Qaeda into Chechnya in the early 1990s.

In Chechnya, the two main rebel leaders who came to power had been trained by the CIA in Afghanistan.

A war in Chechnya was planned in a secret meeting in 1996 attended by Osama bin Laden and officials of the Pakistani ISI.

In other words, the CIA was directing the war through the ISI.

US intelligence helped fund and transport al-Qaeda into Chechnya in the early 1990s.

9. In 2002, it was revealed that, “British intelligence paid large sums of money to an al-Qaeda cell in Libya in a doomed attempt to assassinate Colonel Gadaffi in 1996 and thwarted early attempts to bring Osama bin Laden to justice.”

Anas al-Liby, a Libyan al-Qaeda leader, “was given political asylum in Britain and lived in Manchester until May of 2000 when he eluded a police raid on his house and fled abroad.”

("The Anglo-American Terror Network")

10. In the 1990s, Osama bin Laden “built a shadow air force to support his terrorist activities, using Afghanistan's national airline Ariana, a surplus U.S. Air Force jet and clandestine charters.”
(Global Research, on 8 September 2010, Andrew Gavin Marshall: "The Anglo-American Terror Network")

Bin Laden’s US Air Force jet in 1992 “was used to ferry Al Qaeda commanders to East Africa, where they trained Somali tribesmen..."

And now, Algerians and Moroccans are said to be in El Qaeda training camps in Israel. (Algerians and Moroccans in El Qaida training camps in Israel )


1 comment:

aferrismoon said...

Coicidentally there's these 2 articles on Yahoo headlines -



Both girls killed by alleged allies.

RC's parents are in Israel trying to get an apology.


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