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Yet More Proof "Al Qaeda" = CIA

 

How much more evidence is needed? Pakistan is about to extradite some known terrorists to Iran, several members of an 'Al Qaeda' group which the US has supported and funded. If they get sent to Iran their trial may blow the insane "war on terror" farce out of the water. Expect some event which will be blamed on the Pakistanis and it's bombs away to keep the lies from being exposed.

 

Pakistan May Turn Over U.S. 'Spies' to Iran

 

"In another sign of growing tensions with the United States, Pakistan is threatening to turn over to Iran six members of a tribal militant group Iran claims are "spies" for the CIA.

 

The group, Jundullah, operates in Baluchistan on both sides of the border between Iran and Pakistan and has carried out a number of violent attacks on Iranian army facilities and officers inside the country.

 

The CIA has denied any direct ties with the group, but U.S. officials tell ABC News U.S. intelligence officers frequently meet and advise Jundullah leaders, and current and former intelligence officers are working to prevent the men from being sent to Iran."

 

Pakistan May Turn Over U.S. 'Spies' to Iran

Iran Claims Jundullah Militants, Led by Abdel Malik Regi, Are 'Spies' for the CIA

 

By RICHARD ESPOSITO and BRIAN ROSS

May 23, 2008

 

In another sign of growing tensions with the United States, Pakistan is threatening to turn over to Iran six members of a tribal militant group Iran claims are "spies" for the CIA.

 

The group, Jundullah, operates in Baluchistan on both sides of the border between Iran and Pakistan and has carried out a number of violent attacks on Iranian army facilities and officers inside the country.

 

The CIA has denied any direct ties with the group, but U.S. officials tell ABC News U.S. intelligence officers frequently meet and advise Jundullah leaders, and current and former intelligence officers are working to prevent the men from being sent to Iran.

 

The six Jundullah members were taken into custody by Pakistani authorities last week, and the Iranian Mehr News Agency reported Pakistan would soon extradite the men to Iran, where they would likely be put on trial as spies and face execution.

 

Officials said the group's leader, Abdel Malik Regi, was not among those arrested by Pakistan.

 

U.S. intelligence officials say they are aware of the developments with the Jundullah members and are said to be trying to block the extradition. In addition to causing turmoil in Iran, the officials say the group has been helpful in tracking al Qaeda figures trying to move through the Baluchistan region to Iran.

 

"The new Pakistan leaders have said they are going to do it, but they are saying a lot of things and trying to make a lot of deals," said one U.S. official. "If they are seeking stability inside the country, why would they want to inflame people in this region?" the official asked.

 

Iranian officials claimed this week that the U.S. had "a hand" in an April 12 bomb attack at a Masjid in Shiraz that killed 14 people, according to Mehr News Agency, quoting Iranian Intelligence Minister Gholam-Hossein Mohseni Ejei.

 

"The U.S. is behind many events in Iran and the region with the aim of bringing insecurity," the intelligence minister reportedly said. "We have proper documentations in this regard," the minister told the news agency's reporters.

 

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Prison Planet tells us:

 

"As the London Telegraph reported last year, "The CIA is giving arms-length support, supplying money and weapons, to an Iranian militant group, Jundullah, which has conducted raids into Iran from bases in Pakistan." Jundullah is a Sunni Al-Qaeda offshoot terrorist group formerly headed by the alleged mastermind of 9/11, Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, reported the Asia Times in 2004."

CIA Protects Al-Qaeda Group From Extradition

Jundullah organization, blamed for bombings in Iran, being advised by U.S. intelligence reports ABC News

 

Paul Joseph Watson

Prison Planet

Friday, May 23, 2008

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The CIA is protecting an Al-Qaeda linked terror group formerly headed by the alleged mastermind of 9/11 from being extradited to Iran according to an ABC News report, which also reveals that U.S. intelligence has been meeting and advising the group that has been blamed for bombings in Iran.

 

As the London Telegraph reported last year, "The CIA is giving arms-length support, supplying money and weapons, to an Iranian militant group, Jundullah, which has conducted raids into Iran from bases in Pakistan."

 

Jundullah is a Sunni Al-Qaeda offshoot terrorist group formerly headed by the alleged mastermind of 9/11, Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, reported the Asia Times in 2004.

 

The group also produces propaganda tapes and literature for al-Qaeda's media wing, As-Sahab, which is in turn closely affiliated with the military-industrial complex front IntelCenter, the group that makes available Al-Qaeda videos to the western media.

 

IntelCenter was caught last year adding their logo to alleged Al-Qaeda tapes at the same time as the Al-Qaeda media brand, stoking suspicions that the Pentagon affiliated IntelCenter was directly releasing fake Al-Qaeda videos.

 

Jundullah has been blamed for a number of bombings inside Iran aimed at destabilizing Ahmadinejad's government and is also active in Pakistan, having been fingered for its involvement in attacks on police stations and car bombings at the Pakistan-US Cultural Center in 2004.

 

"In another sign of growing tensions with the United States, Pakistan is threatening to turn over to Iran six members of a tribal militant group Iran claims are "spies" for the CIA," reports ABC News.

 

"The group, Jundullah, operates in Baluchistan on both sides of the border between Iran and Pakistan and has carried out a number of violent attacks on Iranian army facilities and officers inside the country."

 

"The CIA has denied any direct ties with the group, but U.S. officials tell ABC News U.S. intelligence officers frequently meet and advise Jundullah leaders, and current and former intelligence officers are working to prevent the men from being sent to Iran."

 

The fact that the highest echelons of the U.S. intelligence apparatus are meeting, advising and funding Sunni Al-Qaeda groups as a means of facilitating terrorist bombings and regime change in Iran completely invalidates the "war on terror" as a fabled fraud and renders ludicrous Bush administration rhetoric about fighting Al-Qaeda cells in Iraq.

 

Neo-Cons drooling at the prospect of an invasion of Iran have hardly been shy about their support of terror attacks aimed against Iran by means of Jundullah, MEK and other groups listed as terror organizations by the State Department.

 

Ret. Gen. Thomas McInerney, who was part of the Pentagon's "message force multipliers" propaganda program, recently called for the Bush administration to commit acts of terror in Iran on Fox News.

 

In November 2007, Fox and Friends host Brian Kilmeade openly called for US support for acts of terrorism, such as car bombings, in Tehran. Colonel David Hunt, who has over 29 years of military experience including extensive operational experience in Special Operations, Counter Terrorism and Intelligence Operations, agreed with Kilmeade, stating "absolutely" in response to Kilmead's question about whether cars should start blowing up in Tehran.

 

Last weekend, the Iranian Intelligence Ministry busted a CIA-backed terror group that was planning to bomb scientific, educational, and religious centers, and carry out assassinations in Iran, according to a report in the Tehran Times.

 

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Now we know that the US regime and CIA are behind the so-called suicide bombings in Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan etc.

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What???? You're saying that all those Al Quaeda fighters are actually CIA agents??? Including Osama???

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Well, My understanding of things make me believe that CIA do not fund Alqaeda. Alqaeda runs on its own, and CIA and Alqaeda are both enemy. But I believe with surity that CIA not only funds but infact created another Alqaeda, as well as Taliban.

 

In present world, there are two Alqaedas and 2 Taliban, One lead by sincere people and others by Secret Agnencies including CIA, ISI, RAW, Mosad, etc.

Infact I feel that there are atleast 4 or 5 factions of Taliban backed by different secret agencies.

 

As far as role of CIA is concerned, CIA is definately playing its part in supporting Jandullah against Iran, it also supports small groups of Chinese muslims to cause unrest in China.

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Al-Qaeda ain't no CIA agents.. and for your info... the group Jundullah are the Sunni resistance against the rafidah filth that is Iran.. And that is why iran is calling them american spies..

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Please do some researches on CIA before you make any allegations to condone the paramilitary organizations that are established, supported and financed by CIA and the US regime.

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CIA has created, trained, supported and financed Al-Qaeda: Historical Background

 

What are the historical origins of Al Qaeda? Who is Osama bin Laden?

 

The alleged mastermind behind the 9/11 terrorists attacks, Saudi-born Osama bin Laden, was recruited during the Soviet-Afghan war, "ironically under the auspices of the CIA, to fight Soviet invaders".(Hugh Davies, "`Informers’ point the finger at bin Laden; Washington on alert for suicide bombers." The Daily Telegraph, London, 24 August 1998).

 

In 1979 the largest covert operation in the history of the CIA was launched in Afghanistan:

 

"With the active encouragement of the CIA and Pakistan’s ISI, who wanted to turn the Afghan Jihad into a global war waged by all Muslim states against the Soviet Union, some 35,000 Muslim radicals from 40 Islamic countries joined Afghanistan’s fight between 1982 and 1992. Tens of thousands more came to study in Pakistani madrasahs. Eventually, more than 100,000 foreign Muslim radicals were directly influenced by the Afghan jihad." (Ahmed Rashid, "The Taliban: Exporting Extremism", Foreign Affairs, November-December 1999).

 

This project of the US intelligence apparatus was conducted with the active support of Pakistan’s Inter Services Intelligence (ISI), which was entrusted in channelling covert military aid to the Islamic brigades and financing, in liason with the CIA, the madrassahs and Mujahideen training camps.

 

U.S. government support to the Mujahideen was presented to world public opinion as a "necessary response" to the 1979 Soviet invasion of Afghanistan in support of the pro-Communist government of Babrak Kamal.

 

The CIA’s military-intelligence operation in Afghanistan, which consisted in creating the "Islamic brigades", was launched prior rather than in response to the entry of Soviet troops into Afghanistan. In fact, Washington’s intent was to deliberately trigger a civil war, which has lasted for more than 25 years.

 

The CIA’s role in laying the foundations of Al Qaeda is confirmed in an 1998 interview with Zbigniew Brzezinski, who at the time was National Security Adviser to President Jimmy Carter:

 

Brzezinski: According to the official version of history, CIA aid to the Mujahideen began during 1980, that is to say, after the Soviet army invaded Afghanistan, [on] 24 December 1979. But the reality, secretly guarded until now, is completely otherwise. Indeed, it was July 3, 1979, that President Carter signed the first directive for secret aid to the opponents of the pro-Soviet regime in Kabul. And that very day, I wrote a note to the President in which I explained to him that in my opinion, this aid was going to induce a Soviet military intervention.

 

Question: Despite this risk, you were an advocate of this covert action. But perhaps you yourself desired this Soviet entry into war and looked to provoke it?

 

Brzezinski: It isn’t quite that. We didn’t push the Russians to intervene, but we knowingly increased the probability that they would.

Question: When the Soviets justified their intervention by asserting that they intended to fight against a secret involvement of the United States in Afghanistan, people didn’t believe them. However, there was a basis of truth. You don’t regret anything today?

 

Brzezinski: Regret what? That secret operation was an excellent idea. It had the effect of drawing the Russians into the Afghan trap and you want me to regret it? The day that the Soviets officially crossed the border, I wrote to President Carter. We now have the opportunity of giving to the USSR its Vietnam War. Indeed, for almost 10 years, Moscow had to carry on a war unsupportable by the government, a conflict that brought about the demoralization and finally the breakup of the Soviet empire.

 

Question: And neither do you regret having supported the Islamic fundamentalism, having given arms and advice to future terrorists?

 

Brzezinski: What is most important to the history of the world? The Taliban or the collapse of the Soviet empire? Some stirred-up Moslems or the liberation of Central Europe and the end of the Cold War? ( "The CIA’s Intervention in Afghanistan, Interview with Zbigniew Brzezinski, President Jimmy Carter’s National Security Adviser", Le Nouvel Observateur, Paris, 15-21 January 1998, published in English, Centre for Research on Globalisation, (you are not allowed to post links yet)"you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_you are not allowed to post links yetglobalresearch.ca/articles/BRZ110A.html"]you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_you are not allowed to post links yetglobalresearch.ca/articles/BRZ110A.html[/url], 5 October 2001, italics added.)

 

Consistent with Brzezinski’s account, a "Militant Islamic Network" was created by the CIA.

 

The "Islamic Jihad" (or holy war against the Soviets) became an integral part of the CIA’s intelligence ploy. It was supported by the United States and Saudi Arabia, with a significant part of the funding generated from the Golden Crescent drug trade:

 

"In March 1985, President Reagan signed National Security Decision Directive 166 … [which] authorize[d] stepped-up covert military aid to the Mujahideen, and it made clear that the secret Afghan war had a new goal: to defeat Soviet troops in Afghanistan through covert action and encourage a Soviet withdrawal. The new covert U.S. assistance began with a dramatic increase in arms supplies — a steady rise to 65,000 tons annually by 1987 … as well as a "ceaseless stream" of CIA and Pentagon specialists who travelled to the secret headquarters of Pakistan’s ISI on the main road near Rawalpindi, Pakistan. There, the CIA specialists met with Pakistani intelligence officers to help plan operations for the Afghan rebels."(Steve Coll, The Washington Post, July 19, 1992.)

 

The Central Intelligence Agency using Pakistan’s ISI as a go-between played a key role in training the Mujahideen. In turn, the CIA-sponsored guerrilla training was integrated with the teachings of Islam. The madrasahs were set up by Wahabi fundamentalists financed out of Saudi Arabia: "It was the government of the United States who supported Pakistani dictator General Zia-ul Haq in creating thousands of religious schools, from which the germs of the Taliban emerged."(Revolutionary Association of the Women of Afghanistan (RAWA), "RAWA Statement on the Terrorist Attacks in the U.S.", Centre for Research on Globalisation (CRG),

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Predominant themes were that Islam was a complete socio-political ideology, that holy Islam was being violated by the atheistic Soviet troops, and that the Islamic people of Afghanistan should reassert their independence by overthrowing the leftist Afghan regime propped up by Moscow. (Dilip Hiro, Fallout from the Afghan Jihad, Inter Press Services, 21 November 1995.)

 

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Please do some researches on CIA before you make any allegations to condone the paramilitary organizations that are established, supported and financed by CIA and the US regime.

 

Ok bro.. then why are Al-Qaaidah fighting the US now?

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... In present world, there are two Alqaedas and 2 Taliban, One lead by sincere people and others by Secret Agnencies including CIA, ISI, RAW, Mosad, etc.

 

 

 

 

Sort of like the 'parallel universe' episode of Star Trek ? The one where the 'good' Frank Gorshin fights the 'bad' Frank Gorshin for eternity, neither ever winning ?

 

 

Does it take a long time for you to think this stupid stuff up, or does it come to you quick and easy ? :sl:

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^^I think he means that the enemies of Al-Qaaidah use the name of Al-qaaidah/Taliban to conduct false flag operations and blame it on them.. etc

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^^I think he means that the enemies of Al-Qaaidah use the name of Al-qaaidah/Taliban to conduct false flag operations and blame it on them.. etc

 

ofcourse, but I know some people here are having very low IQ level.

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^^I think he means that the enemies of Al-Qaaidah use the name of Al-qaaidah/Taliban to conduct false flag operations and blame it on them.. etc

 

And therefore any act that Al Queda or the Taliban commit that you agree with you can claim was the real Al Queda and Taliban and any act they commit that you disagree with you can claim was a false flag operation by the CIA?

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And therefore any act that Al Queda or the Taliban commit that you agree with you can claim was the real Al Queda and Taliban and any act they commit that you disagree with you can claim was a false flag operation by the CIA?

 

It is a fact sky that the name of Alqaida and Taliban is used for false flag operations, if not by CIA, c[##][/##]may be by any other secret agency. There are hundreds of countries and atleast 20 of these countries are working with very very powerful intelligence agencies. These intelligence agencies learn how to do false flag operations, they get trainning about this. They got funds to use false flag operations in someones name. And in todays world, the easiest false flag operation can be done under the name of Alqaida and Taliban.

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It is a fact sky that the name of Alqaida and Taliban is used for false flag operations, if not by CIA, c[##][/##]may be by any other secret agency. There are hundreds of countries and atleast 20 of these countries are working with very very powerful intelligence agencies. These intelligence agencies learn how to do false flag operations, they get trainning about this. They got funds to use false flag operations in someones name. And in todays world, the easiest false flag operation can be done under the name of Alqaida and Taliban.

 

Have Al Quida or the Taliban ever done anything that you strongly disagree with?

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