Thursday, January 09, 2014


Top" Al Qaeda man (left) meets prime minister's son (right)."

Photos of 'Turkish Prime Minister Erdogan's son' meeting a 'top al-Qaeda man' in an Istanbul hotel have been leaked to the media

The photos apparently show Bilal Erdogan meeting Yasin al-Qadi, 'a top al-Qaeda funder'. 

Reportedly, Qadi met Bilal to arrange a 'corrupt' property deal.

Dick Cheney's friend Yasin al-Qadi, believed to be linked to 9 11, the Mumbai attacks and the CIA.

Links have been discovered between al Qaeda and Turkey's prime minister Recep Erdogan.

Yasin al-Qadi, who is an associate of al Qaeda, has entered Turkey multiple times escorted by Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan's protective detail and without a passport or visa.

Yasin al-Qadi escorted by PM's security detail,

Al Qadi is a businessman believed to have funneled millions of dollars to al Qaeda.

Chicago, where al Qadi met Osama bin Laden in 1979. Le Monde reported that the CIA recruited Osama in 1979 in Istanbul in Turkey. Al-Qaeda.

Al Qadi has extensive business and financial ties in Chicago.

He is a personal friend of Erdogan.

He is a suspect in the 9 11 attack.

Yasin al-Qadi - Wikipedia

Recep Tayyip Erdoğan and his friend Yasin al-Qadi

Thierry Meyssan writes of al-Qadi:

"We discover that this 'terrorist' has a lavish lifestyle, traveling by private plane and mocking UN sanctions against him. 

"At least four times, he visited Erdoğan in 2012, arriving at an Istanbul airport where, after the disconnecting of security cameras, he was welcomed by the head of the Prime Minister's guard without going through customs."

The Turkish police and judges who have been looking into this case have been sacked by Erdogan.

Al-Qadi and Recep Erdogan 'have been financing al-Qaeda' in Syria.

Erdoğan received Al-Qaeda's banker in secret -6 January 2014.

Crypto-Jew Erdogan

Recently the Turkish police stopped a truck carrying weapons for Al-Qaeda near the Syrian border.

Apparently the weapons were being taken to al Qaeda by the Turkish secret service (MIT) and so the truck was allowed to continue its journey.

Hassan Rouhani, president of Iran, and 'friend of the CIA'.

The Turkish aid for al Qaeda has links to an Iranian company.

The CIA and NATO "had accomplices in Tehran during the 'Iran-Contra' operation in former President Rafsandaji’s inner circles, such as Sheikh Rohani, who has become the current president.

Erdoğan received Al-Qaeda's banker in secret

Al Qadi's assets were frozen in Turkey on Sept. 28, 2001, after the U.S. named him as a financier of terrorism, following the 9/11 attacks.

Al Qadi is believed to have had a role in the three-day attacks on Mumbai in November 2008. 

(see HSBC Funding Was Behind the Terror in Bangladesh, Mumbai by Ramtanu Maitra, EIR, July 21, 2012).

According to a Forbes magazine, Al Qadi, who is Egyptian by birth, is a long-time operative of the Muslim Brotherhood.

Erdogan Moves To Protect al-Qaeda Network




Anonymous said...

US Occupation of Iraq is the Cause of Sectarian Strife and Al Qaeda Attacks

Anonymous said...

'... Vallely also co-authored a 1980 paper with then PSYOP analyst Michael Aquino entitled From PSYOP to MindWar: The Psychology of Victory '

sovereigntea said...

Many alternative media commentators blame Erdogan for helping the Western war on Syria. They are right; Turkey’s joining the Zionist-NATO Syrian adventure was a terrible mistake.

Erdogan made that mistake for two reasons. First, he believes in Islamic democracy, Turkish style, and opposes secularism and dictatorships. That made him vulnerable to the democracy rhetoric of the anti-Assad forces.

But Erdogan’s real reason for joining the war on Syria was that he simply could not resist the political pressure. And that political pressure was applied by the Zionist West through its Turkish surrogate, the Fethullah Gulen movement. Gulen pushed hard for war on Syria, whipping up sectarianism among Turkish Muslims and trying to wreck Turkey’s cordial relations with Iran. Erdogan did not have the political capital to resist Gulen, even if he had been wise enough to want to.

Erdogan thought he could appease Gulen and the West by supporting their war on Syria. Little did he know that he was falling into a trap.

Anonymous said...

The old Western ruse of “enemy” exposed

The old Western ruse of “enemy” may have worked a few years back. But now the contradictions are playing simultaneously and in neighboring countries in such way that the ruse is exposed as a blatant lie.

US top diplomat John Kerry must have taken us for fools. Earlier this week, speaking in Saudi Arabia, he warned that al-Qaeda in Syria and Iraq are “the most dangerous players in the region.”

The US secretary of state vowed Washington’s support for the Iraqi government in its fight to regain control of towns in its western province taken over by militants belonging to the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS).

That’s rich. The government of Syria is battling to root out these same al-Qaeda-linked militants. But in that country, Washington offers no such support. In fact, the priority there for Washington is to sack the government of President Bashar Al-Assad.

So, how does Kerry square that contradiction? In Iraq, al-Qaeda is a threat that needs to be defeated, whereas in Syria the very same organization is apparently not a threat, but the Syrian government is.

What’s even richer is that Kerry was issuing his warnings about al-Qaeda in the region surrounded by senior members of the House of Saud, who are known to all the world as the bankers, recruiters and weapons suppliers of this network.


Bern B said...

The Bush family and Bin Laden family ties go back decades. The Bushes and Bin Ladens vactioned together. Bush Sr would stay with the Bin Ladens when he visited Saudi Arabia. Bush Jr co founded his first oil company with Osama Bin Ladens brother Salem.

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