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Issue #1603      July 24, 2013

The CIA link to Al-Qaeda in Syria

The revelation is shocking, even for the CIA given the recent history of their modus operandi and even after we take into consideration the way the USA and its FUKUS Axis friends have behaved over the last few decades: there is a link between the Al-Qaeda terrorists fighting in Syria and the USA’s CIA.

The allegation is made by the former Al-Qaeda member Sheikh Nabil Naiim, who has spoken out on a video, claiming that the principal force fighting against President Bashar al-Assad in Syria, Jabhat al-Nusra, the one with strong links to Al-Qaeda, is led by a CIA operative, Mohammed al-Jawlani.

Firstly, Sheikh Nabil Naiim should know. After all, he was the historic leader of the Islamist Jihadist movement in Egypt, he was leader of the Safwa Al-Qaeda training camp; he met Osama bin Laden and he fought with Al-Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahiri in Sudan. He was involved in the assassination of Egyptian President Anwar al-Sadat and was imprisoned for a failed assassination attempt against President Hosni Mubarak. After the Mubarak government was ousted, Naiim renounced violence and is now setting the record straight, saying which of his former colleagues in violence and terrorism are on the CIA payroll.

In the video he states that “I personally believe that the leader of the Nusra Army (Mohammed al-Jawlani), who declared his support for Ayman al-Jawahiri, is a CIA operative in the Al Nusra”.

As for Zawahiri, he receives orders from the Americans to make a recording every six months, because he also is a US double agent. Hardly surprising, because who created the Mujaheddin movement in Pakistan and Afghanistan in the 1960s-1980s, to create a Jihadist movement which could be exported into the southern USSR? Why, the answer links in the connection between the Jihadist Madrassah and the CIA and we all know what the Mujaheddin morphed into: the Taleban.

“The USA has been allowing us to fight in Afghanistan for 18 years and have funded and supported us,” claims Naiim, who states to those duped into fighting against President al-Assad: “You are fighting the war in Syria on America’s behalf. Eventually you will be called terrorists and you will be killed or put in prison just like what happened to us after Afghanistan”.

Pravda.ru  

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