Saturday, March 26, 2011


It looks as if the CIA, and members of the wealthy Arab elite, are using al Qaeda and the Muslim Brotherhood to topple Arab rulers who are out of favour.

On 1 March 2011, in New America Media, Yoichi Shimatsu wrote "Mideast Revolutions and 9-11 Intrigues Created in Qatar."

(Mideast Revolutions and 9-11 intrigues crafted in Qatar. - link from Brian)

According to this article:

The protestors in North Africa and the Middle East are being manipulated by the right-wing Arab elite.

This elite has been backing people like al Qaeda and the Muslim Brotherhood.

"Credible U.S. intelligence reports have cited evidence pointing to Qatar's long-running support for the Muslim Brotherhood, Al Qaeda and jihadist fighters returning from Afghanistan."

In Libya, the Libyan Islamic Fighting Group (LIFG), which is friends with Al Qaeda, has seized armouries containing high-power explosives, rocket launchers and chemical weapons.

Al Jazeera let slip that the earliest Libyan protests were organized by the LIFG.

150 of Gaddafi's soldiers were reportedly "gunned down by war-hardened returned militants from Iraq and Afghanistan...."

Qatar - home to al Qaeda

According to the 9/11 Commission Report, Qatar's Interior Minister provided a safe haven to 9/11 mastermind Khalid Shaikh Mohammed during the mid-1990s.

Press reports show other 'terrorists' may have received financial support or safe haven in Qatar after September 11, 2001.

The national security chief, Interior Minister Abdullah bin Khalid al-Thani, is mentioned as paying for a 1995 trip by Khalid Shaikh Mohammed ‘to join the Bosnia jihad.'

On 25 March 2011, at Global Research and at The Asia-Pacific Journal., Peter Dale Scott has an artcle entitled 'Who are the Libyan Freedom Fighters and Their Patrons?'

(Peter Dale Scott, former Canadian diplomat and Professor at the University of California, Berkeley, is the author of American War Machine: Deep Politics, the CIA Global Drug Connection and the Road to Afghanistan. His website is here.)

According to Peter Dale Scott:

1. Gaddafi has long faced threats to his life from Mossad, the Saudis, MI6, and various Libyan groups trained by the US and Israel.

2. Israel and the US have trained anti-Libyan rebels in a number of African countries, including Chad.

3. In 1985, the US asked Egypt to invade Libya and overthrow Gadafi but President Mubarak refused.

4. The FNSL (National Front for the Salvation of Libya) held its national congress in the USA in July 2007.

5. The LIFG (Libyan Islamic Fighting Group) was founded in 1995 by a group of mujahideen veterans who had fought in Afghanistan.

(Libyan rebel commander, Abdel-Hakim al-Hasidi, has admitted that his fighters have al-Qaeda links /Libyan “revolutionaries” aren’t so revolutionary.. )

Al Libi of al Qaeda

MI6 has been accused of supporting LIFG.

LIFG's Abdulwahab Mohammed Kayed is the brother of Abu Yahya Al Libi, one of al Qaeda's top propagandists.

LIFG's failed attempt to assassinate Qadhafi in February 1996 was said to have been financed by MI6.

According to one report, LIFG received up to $50,000 from al Qaeda's leader for each of its militants killed on the battlefield.

6. After the toppling of Mubarak, Egypt's military began shipping arms over the border to Libyan rebels.

There were hundreds of thousands of Egyptian labourers in Libya.



Anonymous said...


brian said...

i just emailed Juan Cole and other foolish left wing sillies about the latest revelation...

it seems Gadaffi was right all along...even when the left right and center were splitting their sides laughing: 'Alqaeda in Libya !! ha de ha ha'

BUT well so it seems!

brian said...

the new libya will be a place free of black people:
does Democracy now know of this? after all they have reporters in Benghazi

Anonymous said...

This 4th Media page clip of a RT video is worth watching - which fits in with my observations of Al Jazeera broadcasts from 22 Feb 2011. No evidence was shown for the assertions:

brian said...

AL-QAEDA'S offshoot in North Africa has snatched surface-to-air missiles from an arsenal in Libya during the civil strife there, Chad's President says.

brian said...


brian said...

off topic but FYI

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