9/11 : CIA Mole Killed in Basra
Posted by musliminsuffer on September 28, 2006
In the Name of Allah, the Compassionate, the Merciful
=== News Update ===
Tuesday September 26th 2006, 8:27 am
As you may recall, Omar escaped from the Bagram torture center in Afghanistan last year. How exactly a supposed high-ranking member of al-Qaeda escaped—by picking locks and navigating a mine field—from a “high value” military detention center was never explained, but the fact he was a CIA asset may have had something to do with it. It is said al-Farouk was a liaison between the al-Qaeda leadership in Afghanistan and Jemaah Islamiyah in Indonesia.
Few in the corporate media, however, mention A.C. Manulang, the former head of the State Intelligence Coordinating Board in Indonesia, who stated that al-Farouk was “assigned to infiltrate Islamic radical groups and recruit local agents within these groups” for the CIA, according to Tempo Interactive. “When Al Faruq finished his assignments, the CIA created a scenario that he had been arrested,” Manulang explained in September, 2002. Manulang believes al-Farouk recruited people from Islamic groups to commit several bombings and attempt to assassinate Megawati Sukarnoputri, the former president of Indonesia.
After al-Farouk was captured and underwent “interrogation,” we learned that Omar supposedly “sent Abu Bakr Baasyir, spiritual leader of Jemaah Islamiyah, a large sum of money in order to allow him to buy explosives,” according to the UK Telegraph. “A US report on the interrogation of Kuwaiti-born Omar al-Faruq, who is being held in Afghanistan, ‘refers to the transmission of $73,000 (£47,000) from Saudi Arabia to Baasyir, which he used to procure explosives’. But security sources cautioned that the explosive is much easier to get hold of than some reports have suggested.” No doubt, especially considering the explosive was military grade C-4.
“The explosive used in the Bali bomb attack could have come from supplies handed over to the Mujahideen by the CIA during the Soviet occupation of Afghanistan.”
It is, to say the least, curious al-Farouk “escaped” after a lawyer requested his testimony in a brutality case against a U.S. soldier. “While the possibility of al-Faruq making his way back to Indonesia remains a dangerous possibility, it is more conceivable that he may have joined the remnants of Al-Qaeda in or around Afghanistan or has made his way back to his country of heritage, Iraq,” reported the propaganda site Radio Free Europe. In fact, al-Farouk is Kuwaiti.
Now we are expected to believe he was killed after British troops raided a villa in Basra. “Omar al-Farouk was alone in the house in an upper-class neighborhood when soldiers from the Princess of Wales royal regiment entered, the Times of London reported…. ‘We wanted to arrest him, but regrettably he opened fire,’ Army spokesman Maj. Charlie Burbridge said.”
Regrettable, indeed, although a stroke of luck for the CIA, as dead moles tell no tales.
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