CIA-Mossad Tools: Bin Laden, Hamas, Islamists
August 15, 2013
Stunning Contradictions in the
"Anti-Terror" Policies of Israel
and the U.S.
The US battles "Islamists" in Afghanistan while arming and funding them in Syria. They are pawns in the Illuminati's Great Game
by Charles Upton
Few Christians in the West are aware that the vast majority of Palestinian Christians have been driven from their ancient homeland by the State of Israel.
According to Mahmood Mamdani in Good Muslim, Bad Muslim: America, the Cold War and the Roots of Terror [New York: Doubleday, 2005], p 121: "Israeli intelligence allowed Hamas to operate unhindered during the first intifada--letting it open a university and bank accounts and even possibly helping it with funding...."
And Richard Labévière, in Dollars for Terror: The United States and Islam [New York: Algora, 2000] pp. 204-205, asserts that "Shin Beth (domestic security and counter-espionage) has been developing a plan since the 1970's to support the emergence of Islamist organizations likely to compete with, if not weaken and divide, the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO).
Shin Beth finances the Palestinian branch of the Muslim Brothers, to counter the development of Palestinian resistance inside Israel...." And General Segev, Military Governor of Gaza (1973) is quoted as saying "we extend some financial aid to Islamic groups via mosques and religious schools in order to help create a force that would stand against the leftist forces that support the PLO." [Quoted in Graham Usher, "The Rise of Political Islam in the Occupied Territories, Middle East International, no. 453, June 25, 1993, p. 19]
Perhaps the most glaring contradiction in contemporary American foreign policy is the fact that the major ally of the United States in the Arab world, Saudi Arabia, is also the heartland of the Wahhabi movement, dedicated to the most literalistic, Draconian and militant interpretation of the Islamic shari'ah, a movement which is one of the direct ancestors of a number of Islamic terrorist organizations, including the Taliban and al-Qaeda.
Yet U.S. support of Saudi Arabia, like its support of Israel, which has publicly presented itself as the enemy of the Wahhabis and other Islamic extremists, is axiomatic to the policy and worldview of the U.S. State Department. And now that we have been witness to a jihadist insurgency in Afghanistan trained and supplied by the CIA, a revolution in Libya where Khadafi's forces were bombed by NATO jets while CIA forces were active on the ground, and a civil war in Syria where a large percentage of the arms funneled to the rebels by the west have ended up in the hands of Islamist insurgents, and where Israel has actually supported the cause of the Islamists by bombing Assad's forces.
Such assertions as the statement in January of 2013 by U.S. Senator Rand Paul, a member of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, that Osama bin Laden was funded by the CIA--a statement dismissed by his critics as an "urban myth" ... become increasingly easy to accept.
In "The Algebra of Infinite Justice," The Guardian (London), Sept. 27, 2001, Arundhati Roy wrote: "Bin Laden has the distinction of being created by the CIA and wanted by the FBI." [quoted in Good Muslim, Bad Muslim, p. 234]
And whether or not bin Laden was actually trained, like his mentor Sheikh Abdullah Azzam, as an insurgent under CIA auspices, Mamdani (Good Muslim, Bad Muslim) convincingly recounts how he was hired as a contractor to help build the CIA-funded Khost complex in 1986, an underground base for the Afghan mujahidin, the famous Tora Bora Caves where the U.S. military later fought remnants of al-Qaeda.
Mamdani [p. 132], says that "Bin Laden was recruited, with US approval at the highest level, by Prince Turki al-Faisal, left, then head of Saudi intelligence" and according to Labévière [p. 387], "Osama bin Laden was trained by the CIA and Prince Turki's agencies", but all Steve Coll was able to turn up in his Pulitzer Prize-winning Ghost Wars [New York: Penguin Books, 2005] was that Turki had close ties with the CIA and that bin Laden met with him on several occasions.
John K. Cooley, however, in Unholy Wars: Afghanistan, American and International Terrorism [London: Pluto Press, 1999], states that bin Laden's activities in Afghanistan took place "with the full approval of the Saudi regime and the CIA" [p. 119] and explains that "Delighted by his impeccable Saudi credentials, the CIA gave Usama free reign in Afghanistan, as did Pakistan's intelligence generals." [p. 222]
Charles Upton, 64, is a poet, social critic, peace activist, and lifelong student of traditional metaphysics and comparative religion. His books on these subjects, published by Sophia Perennis, are available through Amazon.com. He is presently involved with Dr. John Henry Morrow, author of The Covenants of the Prophet Muhammad with the Christians of the World, on the Covenants Initiative, calling upon Muslims to come out in defense of the Christian communities of the Middle East now under attack by Islamicist extremists. He may be reached at email@example.com .
[Makow Comment- And we're supposed to believe Bin Laden was behind 9-11. Oh and they killed him but forgot to snap a pic of his body.]
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