Abu Ayyub al-Masri, Abu Mus'ab al-Zarqawi, Abu Omar al Baghdadi, Al Qaeda, al-Baghdadi, Bashar al-Assad, EU, General Kevin Bergner, Holy Jihad, Imaginary Leader, Iraq, Islamaphobia, Islamic Front, Islamic State of Iraq, Islamic State of Iraq and Greater Syria, Jabhat an-Nusra, Libya, Mahmoud al-Mashhadani, Muammar al-Gaddafi, Mujahadeen, Muslims, Saddam Hussein, Saudi, Shiites, Sunni, Syria, United States, US administration
I was told growing up,
“Dont tell lies, because you can never keep them straight”
~ The US administration pays vast amounts of money to KNOW exactly what goes on in the world, and by whom. The US is in a desperate attempt to keep the citizens of Syria from voting this June 3rd because their (the administrations), worst nightmare will come true. Bashar al-Assad will most likely win as he is the favorite among Syrians. If and when Bashar becomes the next president of Syria, again, the United States will look like complete idiots as they have been barking for 3 years now that “the Syrian president has lost his legitimacy. How they can make these claims are any ones guess as any one is in the SNC (Syrian National Coalition). The only ones to have lost legitimacy is the United States and their global takeover of countries whose leaders can be purchased, as recently seen in Ukraine.
Some recent, and not so recent leaders found out the hard way what working with the US government entails. Just ask Iraq’s Saddam Hussein, or Libya’s Muammar al-Gaddafi… Oh wait, you cant because the United States murdered them both after working with them. The US administration loves nothing more than to destroy who or what they can instilling their own corrupt leader to allow the US to come in and rape the lands of whatever natural resources they may have. If nothing else, allow them to build a NATO base, or military base in their country. This way, if those corrupt leaders come to their senses and/or disagree with the US, the US can simply attack them from within. At the very least, the US likes to destroy these countries so the corrupt leader can go to the IMF for funding to rebuild what the US destroyed in the first place but keeping a “never can be paid back loan” going on for an eternity. Thus “ownership by debt.”
Just how far will the U.S. go, dragging down its EU partners, (many of which jump off the cliff willingly). It shouldnt be a surprise to anyone. After all, we all heard Hillary Clinton reveal how the U.S. “created” the Mujahadeen. Here, Ive questioned a source whose clients range from… well, you can see from the next picture below. If these “Featured Customers” are actually paying for the report written, Im thinking they need to hire someone else. Their data collection of facts seem to come as highly suspicious at best.
The worst part of the whole story centers around lies spread to the Sunni world calling for them to wage a war against their own Arab brothers and sisters which in turn creates the “Islamaphobia” that cause the apartheid state of Israel smile from ear to ear. I mean, if a foreigner killed my family, I may feel as many of them may feel, like taking revenge. However, when you are a man of faith, and your being lied to just to convince you to leave your family to go fight a “Holy Jihad” against a people you should should not consider your enemy, think of the motives, and who stands to benefit. Follow the money trail. It will always lead to the head of the beast. If Bashar were to fall, who would benefit? Radical Islamists? No, the U.S. would have drones in there the next day. A Saudi led government that would turn Syria back to the stone age and run their pipeline to the Mediterranean Sea? Possibly. But the real one to benefit will be the U.S., certainly the “people of Syria” would NOT as the U.S. would have you believe.
I would challenge ANY real Sunni to check out the facts of the situation in Syria. I am quite sure once you do, they will lead to to the money trail, and who is benefiting. It is not the Syrian Arab Army and other Governmental Forces doing the killing of the Sunni in Syria (which is 74%, and most support the government). It is most certainly the U.S. created “mujahadeen” forces that are leading you as far from the Qu’ran as possible, with the help of many highly paid Saudi clerics. If they wont even send their own sons (Adnan al-Aroor), to fight for a “cause worthy to call Jihad” then you know they are only paid to deceive you. Here are some other ways they work.
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According to the CENTRA website,
“Our company fosters collaboration and initiative. Over the years, we have expanded from applying our skills to aerospace engineering issues to serving a broad range of clients with critical defense, intelligence, and security missions. We are proud of the trust our clients place in us and the consistency with which they turn to us for assistance.”
Who are some clients of CENTRA?
One of the subsidiary companies of CENTRA is Courage Services, Inc.
Courage Services, Inc put out a report in April of 2014, called:
THE ISLAMIC FRONT AND JABHAT AN-NUSRA
Assessing the Sustainability and Future Trajectory of the Syrian Opposition’s Most Important Alliance through Analysis of Rhetoric and Local Governance Activity
Read the entire 13 page report here:
The reports Executive Summary states:
The informal alliance that has emerged between Jabhat an-Nusra and the Islamic Front has the potential to contribute to the spread of al-Qaeda’s ideology and worldview among large, influencial segments of Syria’s armed opposition. The threat that this alliance poses to U.S. strategic interests necessitates a thorough assessment of the factors that could affect its sustainability, including how U.S. policy toward Syria is likely to impact the alliance. Analysis of the rhetoric and governance activities of Jabhat an-Nusra and the Islamic Front suggests that their respective ideologies and worldviews are largly compatable, but the potential for conflict and resultant alliance failure does not exist due to such underlying factors as:
Differing conceptualizations of the status of Syria’s international borders and enemies.
Jabhat an-Nusra’s exclusive control of several of Syrias oil fields, which many Syrians regard as a public asset not to be monopolized or exploited by a single group.
Conflicting ideological and strategic priorities and potentially contrasting views concerning the specific features of a post-Assad, Syrian government.
The proximity of these groups’ governance activities to one another, which has created potential flashpoints, especially in Aleppo.
On pages 2 and 3, the report goes on to describe the “background of Jabhat an-Nusra.” Read the players involved!
Khaled Abdul-Fattah Dawoud Mahmoud al-Mashhadani
In their report however,
they (the U.S.), must have forgotten about the capture of Khaled Abdul-Fattah Dawoud Mahmoud al-Mashhadani
(who was called the highest-ranking Iraqi in the Al Qaeda in Iraq leadership), on 4 July 2007 in Mosul Iraq and what he told interrogators.
Video By Terror Monitor
Fox News reported 19 July 2007: U.S. Military: ‘Islamic State of Iraq’ Fronted by Imaginary Leader
At that time, Mashhadani told interrogators that al-Baghdadi is a “fictional role” created by Abu Ayyub al-Masri.
“The Islamic State of Iraq, an umbrella terror group affiliated with Al Qaeda in Iraq, is led by a fictional character designed to mask that group’s foreign influence,” a captured terror leader has revealed to U.S. interrogators.
US Military Spokesman General Kevin Bergner
In an effort to give Al Qaeda an Iraqi face, terrorists created “a virtual organization in cyberspace,” U.S. military spokesman Brig. Gen. Kevin Bergner said. The Egyptian Abu Ayyub al-Masri, who is the known leader of Al Qaeda in Iraq, is named as minister of war in the umbrella organization.
In Web postings, the Islamic State of Iraq has identified its leader as Abu Omar al-Baghdadi, a name indicating Iraqi origin. There are no known photos of al-Baghdadi. “In his words, the Islamic State of Iraq is a front organization that masks the foreign influence and leadership within Al Qaeda in Iraq in an attempt to put an Iraqi face on the leadership of Al Qaeda in Iraq,” Bergner said. Al-Mashhadani said that an actor with an Iraqi accent is used for audio recordings of speeches posted on the Web, Bergner said. However, his face is never shown.
To make their fictional leader appear credible, al-Masri swore allegiance to al-Baghdadi and pledged to obey him, which was essentially swearing allegiance to himself, Bergner said. Al-Zawahiri also repeatedly referred to al-Baghdadi in video and Internet statements, further deceiving Iraqi followers and perpetuating the myth of al-Baghdadi.
Al-Mashadani was a leader in the Ansar Al Sunna terrorist group before joining Al Qaeda in Iraq (2004-2005). He served as the Al Qaeda media emir for Baghdad and then was appointed the media emir for all of Iraq. Under interrogation, Al-Mashadani said Al-Masri and the foreign leaders who surround him make the operational decisions, not Iraqis. “Al-Masri started overpowering us and acted on his own accord, by controlling the distribution of funding,” Al-Mashadani is quoted as saying.
According to Homeland Security http://www.globalsecurity.org/index.html (GlobalSecurity(dot)org)
Below is a picture of Egyptian Abu Ayyub al-Masri killed in April of 2010 with someone who didnt exist!
And below is a picture of Abu Musab al-Zarqawi (Killed in a US airstrike 7 June 2006)
Video By coondawg
CBS reported in 7 May 2008: http://www.cbsnews.com/news/report-true-identity-of-islamic-state-of-iraq-leader-revealed-photos-aired/
Al-Arabiya reported it in Arabic: http://www.alarabiya.net/articles/2008/05/07/49506.html
The true identity of the leader of one of Iraq’s biggest insurgent groups has been revealed by the Iraqi police chief of the city of Haditha in an interview with Al Arabiya news station. Col. Fareq al Je’eify said Abu Omar al Baghdadi, the leader of the Islamic State of Iraq, was a former Iraqi army officer and his real name was Hamed Dawood al Zawy. He also showed the station pictures of al Zawy, whose group, the Islamic State in Iraq, includes al Qaeda in Iraq.
“There has been much talk about Abu Omar al Baghdadi; and following several intelligence inquiries, it transpired that Abu Omar al Baghdadi is Hamed Dawood Mohammed Khalil al Zawi. He was an officer in the security services and was dismissed from the army because of his extremism,” the Iraqi police chief told al Arabiya.
The police chief explained that al Baghdadi’s true identity was discovered after interrogations with a number of al Qaeda leaders who were arrested in Haditha. He said the information was passed on to the U.S. army.
This is the supposed picture of Abu Omar al-Baghdadi, alive and dead.
But in fact, his name was Hamed Dawood Mohammed Khalil al Zawi.
So we know this “al-Baghdadi” in fact, never existed.
In a page on “The National CounterTerrorism Center” a report called “Al-Qa’ida in Iraq” (http://www.nctc.gov/site/groups/aqi.html) says…
“High-profile attacks in 2009 and 2010 demonstrated not just the group’s relevance in the wake of the Coalition withdrawal from Iraqi cities in 2009, but also its efforts to posture itself to take advantage of the changing security environment. Abu Ayyub al-Masri and Abu Umar (Omar), al-Baghdadi were killed in April 2010, marking a significant loss for the organization.
Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi became AQI’s next leader, and the group has continued conducting high-profile attacks in Iraq and has made efforts to expand within the region. Suicide bombers and car bombs during the first half of 2013 caused about 1,000 Iraqi deaths, the highest monthly violent death tolls since 2008. Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi in April 2013 declared the group was operating in Syria and changed its public name to the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant. When al-Baghdadi announced the creation of the ISIL, he claimed AQI had founded the al-Nusrah Front in Syria and that the groups were merging. Al-Nusrah Front, however, denied the merger and publicly pledged allegiance to al-Qa‘ida leader Ayman al-Zawahiri.”
But how could Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi be operating out of Syria…
…when “al-Baghdadi is a fictional character” unless the fiction is in fact created by the United States and its western powers in the first place into fooling Sunni who may not normally leave to fight, into fighting their (the wests), wars FOR them? Have they forgotten what they had reported years ago? After all, if you are faithful, and someone whom you may call your brother, if even by faith tells you of “horrible crimes committed against the Sunni” then you could be led astray easily by a deceiver, one who is paid to lie to you.
To further complicate the issue and confuse the Jihad followers further, the Iraqi Ministry of Interior (MOI), released a photo they claim to be Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the leader of the Islamic State of Iraq and Greater Syria, an Al-Qaeda-linked group fighting in Iraq and Syria.
This is the photo they released
Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi
This is also the man being called Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.
According to the “Counter Terrorism” site, this is Abu Du’a
According to the same site “Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi” is an Alias of Abu Du’a
So we know this al-baghdadi doesnt exist either.
Which makes the original claims of Khaled Abdul-Fattah Dawoud Mahmoud al-Mashhadani true. Which I would tend to believe since he was appointed the “media emir for all of Iraq.”
Some of the reports material mentioned was gathered through The Quilliam Foundation
This site (Quilliam Foundation), gives you some interesting data to ponder and then question. More importantly, question them…
As “Militant Islam Monitor.org” http://www.militantislammonitor.org/article/id/3825 reports this “think tank” of “ex-militants” received a 1 million dollar grant (other reports show they have been given Millions, with an “s”), in the UK to operate out of their London office. Could they actually be recruiting Jihadists instead of reporting about them?
The Guardian http://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2013/oct/12/tommy-robinson-quilliam-foundation-questions-motivation reported, “According to the same source, Quilliam’s ties with government were not helped by the revelations that it had drawn up for British security officials a secret list which accused peaceful Muslim groups, politicians, a television channel and a Scotland Yard unit of sharing the ideology of terrorists.” So what EXACTLY is their motivations? No wonder the Guardian gets it wrong a majority of the time. You have militant groups operating as “think tanks” describing the situations with Jihadist groups operating in the Middle East. Thats what you get when reporters are too lazy to fact check information themselves.
8 May 2007 an email on Wikileaks (The Global Intelligence Files Released Publicly) release and titled “Abu Ayyub al-Masri asks AaZ to support TaJ initiative to halt violence Masri asks Zawahiri to support Al-Jihad’s initiative to halt violence” https://wikileaks.org/gifiles/docs/12/1228207_re-os-abu-ayyub-al-masri-asks-aaz-to-support-taj-initiative.html
So that brings us to the other man mentioned in Courage Services report on the background of Jabhat an-Nusra, Abu Muhammed al-Julani (sometimes spelled Golani after the Golan Heights to fool you some more). He did this “rare interview in December of 2013 with al-Jazeera (in Arabic). Coincidence?
Video By Ahl al-Haq
You will notice he wont show his face and identity either.
Some say this is Abu Muhammed al-Julani or al-Golani
Some say this is him also
I cant find any evidence of exactly who this man al-Julani or al-Golani is. He is so secret in fact, most fighters dont even know who he is. It has been reported more than one that hes been captured or killed.
The National out of Abu Dhabi http://www.thenational.ae/world/syria/the-layers-of-fiction-surrounding-al-nusra-chief-abu-mohammed-al-jolani#full reported in March of 2014:
“The leader of Al Qaeda in Syria, and one of the most influential figures in the conflict, was said to have been kidnapped by gunmen and finally in the hands of his numerous enemies. The rumours were quickly quashed, however, with Al Jolani releasing a statement threatening to start a war against the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL), an Al Qaeda splinter group and the very faction that dispatched him to Syria in the first place. Believed abducted one minute, issuing ultimatums the next — all in a day’s work for Al Jolani.
It was not the first time that the secretive commander had apparently returned from the netherworld. On at least two previous occasions he was reported dead, only to emerge unscathed. Although among the most central players in the Syrian conflict, and a household name across the Middle East, remarkably little is known about him. He is a ghost whose nom de guerre evokes fear or admiration. His real identity remains hidden, a remarkable achievement in a world of social media, telephone cameras, pervasive internet spying and government-sponsored leaks.”
What do I think…
“There is no AQ In Iraq, no ISIL, nor any “Islamic State In Syria (Sham)….there are only secret military operations needing a name, an excuse to be, most of all, a real leader.”
I think there is a horrible game of war on innocent people across the Middle East, and I think the governments or secret services behind the west are pulling the strings. I think Saudi helps fund them after all, once you have bought everything, including “your God,” then you go for control. I find it odd that Saudi serves up a great number of militants who “hate the west,” yet think its okay with U.S. military bases within its borders. I find it strange that Saudi crawls in bed with Israel because they both are against the U.S. having talks with Iran. I find it a coincidence that its the Shiite Muslims in the Muslim world paying the price for extremism and terrorism in many places in the Middle East, although both are believers in the Qur’an, and both pray to Allah. I find it frustrating the west reports the crimes of terrorists in Syria, as crimes committed by the government. I find it more disturbing that either of the wests governments ever condemns the blatant acts of murder on innocent people. I find it amusing that the west doesnt want elections held in Syria, yet pushed for them in Ukraine. I find it baffling that the UN will condemn everything, but do nothing for Palestine while Israel destroys it with bulldozers for more settlements. I find it shameful that any Muslim murders another at the wests bidding. I find it appalling that any leaders in the world would sell out their own people for another countries agenda.
I think people like Blair, Cameron Hollande, Ashton, McCain, Kerry, Nuland and every other corrupt official could care less about the situations in the world, have never watched footage of the situations, and sit around toasting themselves to “How the Arabs are killing each other.” I mean, after all, the less Arabs to deal with in the future when the west does swoop in like a vulture to feed on the carcasses of whats left, right?
I find it commendable that President Vladimir Putin represents what a president should be. He hasnt caved to the pressure of the west, he hasnt sold out to them, and he doesnt feel the need to place military bases in every country he could destroy. He attempts to work with governments as they are, not trying to change them. I think he is the definition of diplomatic. I hope he knows just how much support he does have.
All this talk of sects has been such a taboo subject in Syrian society because, for many decades, the policy was to tackle the scourge of sectarianism so that all can live in peace in the most ancient and diverse country of Syria. It is really true and people from outside the region just don’t understand how important that has been in a region where sectarianism destroys everything. People who understand Syria cringe to see anyone talking about sects, but that is what the enemies got us to do and sadly we have to talk about it. Syrians are Syrians before they are any religious sect. This June 3rd, Syrians will vote for their new president of choice. Syrians outside the country are voting now. The love Syrians have for each other couldnt be at a higher peak right now. Despite the proxy war waged against this beautiful country, and these beautiful people, Syrians will prevail, and come out stronger and rest in the knowledge that all those martyred will never be forgotten for their sacrifices. They are the the heroes in all of this, they are the Syrians.
I also agree with this man.