Al Qaida is fake

Reason why I (and other people around the world believe that so called Al Qaeda in Iraq is fake. I believe that Al Qaida is general is fake, phony. U.S. Bitish, or israeli special forces trying to divide muslims and turn the worlds public opinion against the resistance, not just muslims, but resistance to their invasions and attacks.

Monday, March 20, 2006

What About that fake Al Qaida Tape?

What about that fake Al Qaida tape? You know, the one with a grainy picture of some one supposed to look Bin Laden. He was supposedly bragging about Sept. 11 with some mysterious sheikh, who later surrendered to american forces and pleaded with the mujahideen around the world to stop fighting? The one where they supposedly gas a little puppy. Why arent they talking about this "horrible" and "evil" tape anymore?

Look at the pictures and tell me, is this Bin Laden? I dont believe so. So where did the video come from, and why would some one want to fake such a thing.?

Another Article

Here is another article I found.

Tuesday 11 January 2005

Is Al Qaeda Just a Bush Boogeyman?Yet Supposedly We Just Reelected Him!

By Robert ScheerLos Angeles Times

Is it conceivable that Al Qaeda, as defined by President Bush as the center of a vast and well-organized international terrorist conspiracy, does not exist?
To even raise the question amid all the officially inspired hysteria is heretical, especially in the context of the U.S. media's supine acceptance of administration claims relating to national security. Yet a brilliant new BBC film produced by one of Britain's leading documentary filmmakers systematically challenges this and many other accepted articles of faith in the so-called war on terror.
"The Power of Nightmares: The Rise of the Politics of Fear," a three-hour historical film by Adam Curtis recently aired by the British Broadcasting Corp., argues coherently that much of what we have been told about the threat of international terrorism "is a fantasy that has been exaggerated and distorted by politicians. It is a dark illusion that has spread unquestioned through governments around the world, the security services and the international media."
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Stern stuff, indeed. But consider just a few of the many questions the program poses along the way:
If Osama bin Laden does, in fact, head a vast international terrorist organization with trained operatives in more than 40 countries, as claimed by Bush, why, despite torture of prisoners, has this administration failed to produce hard evidence of it?
How can it be that in Britain since 9-11, 664 people have been detained on suspicion of terrorism but only 17 have been found guilty, most of them with no connection to Islamist groups and none who were proven members of Al Qaeda?
Why have we heard so much frightening talk about "dirty bombs" when experts say it is panic rather than radioactivity that would kill people?
Why did Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld claim on "Meet the Press" in 2001 that Al Qaeda controlled massive high-tech cave complexes in Afghanistan, when British and U.S. military forces later found no such thing?
Of course, the documentary does not doubt that an embittered, well-connected and wealthy Saudi man named Osama bin Laden helped finance various affinity groups of Islamist fanatics that have engaged in terror, including the 9-11 attacks. Nor does it challenge the notion that a terrifying version of fundamentalist Islam has led to gruesome spates of violence throughout the world. But the film, both more sober and more deeply provocative than Michael Moore's "Fahrenheit 9-11," directly challenges the conventional wisdom by making a powerful case that the Bush administration, led by a tight-knit cabal of Machiavellian neoconservatives, has seized upon the false image of a unified international terrorist threat to replace the expired Soviet empire in order to push a political agenda.
Terrorism is deeply threatening, but it appears to be a much more fragmented and complex phenomenon than the octopus-network image of Al Qaeda, with Bin Laden as its head, would suggest.
While the BBC documentary acknowledges that the threat of terrorism is both real and growing, it disagrees that the threat is centralized:
"There are dangerous and fanatical individuals and groups around the world who have been inspired by extreme Islamist ideas and who will use the techniques of mass terror — the attacks on America and Madrid make this only too clear. But the nightmare vision of a uniquely powerful hidden organization waiting to strike our societies is an illusion. Wherever one looks for this Al Qaeda organization, from the mountains of Afghanistan to the 'sleeper cells' in America, the British and Americans are chasing a phantom enemy."
The fact is, despite the efforts of several government commissions and a vast army of investigators, we still do not have a credible narrative of a "war on terror" that is being fought in the shadows.
Consider, for example, that neither the 9-11 commission nor any court of law has been able to directly take evidence from the key post-9-11 terror detainees held by the United States. Everything we know comes from two sides that both have a great stake in exaggerating the threat posed by Al Qaeda: the terrorists themselves and the military and intelligence agencies that have a vested interest in maintaining the facade of an overwhelmingly dangerous enemy.
Such a state of national ignorance about an endless war is, as "The Power of Nightmares" makes clear, simply unacceptable in a functioning democracy.
Robert Scheer, a journalist with more than 30 years' experience, has built his reputation on the strength of his social and political writing. His columns appear in newspapers across the country, and his in-depth interviews have made headlines.
© 2005 Los Angeles Times

Fake Al Qaida Cell

I found this report floating around the internet recently.

Israeli agents accused of creating fake al-Qaeda cell

By Sophie Claudet in Gaza CityDecember 9 2002

A senior Palestinian security official says his services have uncovered an Israeli plot to create a fake al-Qaeda cell in the Gaza Strip, a charge Israel has dismissed as absurd.
The head of preventive security in Gaza, Rashid Abu Shbak, said Israeli agents posing as operatives of al-Qaeda recruited Palestinians in the Gaza Strip.
"Over the past nine months we've been investigating eight [such] cases," Mr Abu Shbak said.
His claims came after the Israeli Prime Minister, Ariel Sharon, said al-Qaeda militants were operating in the Gaza Strip and in Lebanon, raising fears of an intensification of Israeli military occupations.
A spokesman for the Israeli Foreign Ministry branded the Palestinian claim as ridiculous and "some kind of propaganda campaign", adding that "the Palestinian territories have become a breeding ground for terrorism".

"There is no need for Israel to make up something like this because [the hardline Islamic movements] are all the same as al-Qaeda," the spokesman said.
Mr Abu Shbak said three Palestinians used by Israeli intelligence had been arrested, while another 11 were released "because they came and informed us of this Israeli plot".
Mr Abu Shbak said his services had traced back to Israel mobile phone calls and emails - purportedly from Germany and Lebanon - asking Palestinians to join al-Qaeda. One email had even been "signed" by the al-Qaeda leader, Osama bin Laden.
"We investigated the origin of those calls and found out they all came from Israel."
The Palestinians recruited were then paired, unbeknown to them, with Israeli collaborators in Gaza, and received money and weapons, "although most of these weapons did not even work".
The money was provided by "Palestinian collaborators with Israel" directly to the recruits or "was transferred from bank accounts in Jerusalem or Israel", said Mr Abu Shbak, who did not dispute that as many as 11 Palestinians had welcomed the call to join al-Qaeda.
"Those who accepted were mostly members of the military wing of Palestinian organisations," he said, adding that although he could not say "there will never be al-Qaeda here, but at least not for now".
The Palestinian leader, Yasser Arafat, has called Mr Sharon's al-Qaeda claim "a big, big, big lie to cover [his] attacks and his crimes against our people everywhere".
The Lebanese Government and Hezbollah have also dismissed the accusations.
Mr Sharon's announcement marked the first time Israel has officially claimed that al-Qaeda was operating in the Palestinian territories, and came as a surprise because the Gaza Strip is virtually sealed off by Israeli troops.
Israel has came under heavy international criticism for a raid on a Gaza Strip refugee camp on Friday that left 10 Palestinians dead, including two United Nations employees. The European Union and Arab states joined the UN in condemning the incursion into the densely populated Al-Bureij camp.

Agence France-Presse

Saturday, March 11, 2006

The Name "Al Qaida"

The name "Al Qaida" means "the Base" in Arabic. This name was created by western intelligence to describe a loose organization that they, at the time, knew very little about. These people did not call themselves Al Qaida, even then. The U.S., Britain, etc. named them "Al Qaida". The name has no signifigance in Islam or Islamic teaching, so why would a group call themselves a name invented by their enemies? Why would a group called Tawhid and Jihad (Monotheism and Jihad) change their name to "Al Qaida in the Land of the Two Rivers", then suddenly promote attacking Shiites? Its like mujahideen calling themselves Islamists or Jihadis. These are names created by "westerners" to describe and defame the mujahideen. No real mujahid would call himself a "jihadi" or an "Islamist". It has no signifigance and is not a word in the Islamic or Arabic vocabulary.

Thursday, March 09, 2006

The 2 British Infiltrators Captured

A couple of months ago two British Special Forces members were captured wearing Arab cloths, their evil faces covered with scarves. They were captured by Iraqi police in a Shiite area. The two men were armed with assault rifles, communications equipment, plastic explosives, and anti-tank rocket launchers! I dont know of any insurgents that have tanks, so why anti-tank weapons? The insurgents dont have too much infrastructure to blow up, so why plastic explosives? Not too long after the British soldiers were captured, the British army surrounded the compound where they were being held with tanks and armored vehicles. Their forces moved in and released the two slodiers by force and threat of force.

This is no the first time these people have done things of this nature. The israelis have a Special Forces group that dresses up like Palestinian fighters, speaks fluent Arabic, and even look Arab, but they are not Arab. They are not muslim. The white "Rhodesians" did it during their war to stay in power in Zimbabwe. They called them pseudo-groups, and the white commandos put on black face makeup and wore the same type of uniforms, and carried the same type of weapons as the black guerrillas. They still lost though. Some Africans even joined them in their evil campaign. Most of us have heard of the Boston Tea Party, where whites dressed like native american warriors and captured British ships and dumped the tea overboard. The Germans had infiltrators dressed up like american soldiers during World War 2. Palestinain groups would frequently pass on the same favor by dressing up like religious jews or israeli soldiers and infiltrating. Those who are not aware of this tactic should be aware, for it is nothing new. Nor is the tactic of trying to divide one people against another. They've just combined the two.

Attempt on India and Pakistan

The bombing of the Hindu temple a couple of days ago (in which no group claimed responsibility) to me is no coencidence that it comes only days after the U.S. gives India advanced nuclear technology and know how. All of a sudden a bomb goes off in the main Hindu temple? The U.S. would love to see India and Pakistan go at it.

The U.S. in Palestine: Attempt One

The U.S. tried to set HAMAS up by "Al Qaida" supposedly offering HAMAS its help. This would have been the perfect excuse to distance people further from HAMAS and isolate them, giving the U.S. the perfect excuse to send troops into Palestine. I'm not saying this is what the american people want. This is what Bush and his regime wants. This is another Crusade that will end like all of the other Crusades before it. This man really believes his god wants him to do this and that he was chosen for this!

The Abu Hamza photo

What about the case of the Egyptian cleric in Britain, Abu Hamza Al Masri? For the longest time the U.S. had a retouched photo of and even used his nameon their list of most wanted "terrorists". They said he was a so called Al Qaida "lieutenant" and an expert bomb maker. They claim the man they supposedly killed or captured was different than the Sheik, but some how had the same name and same photo, even though the photo had been modified a little. No one accidentally modifies a photogragh in such a way. I notices immediately after seeing the picture of the Sheik on the U.S. list of most wanted "Al Qaida terrorists". I told every one I knew that they were using the same photo and name of the cleric in Britain. A couple days later the story aired on the news. But what about the U.S. intelligence agencies? Are they that stupid or can one say that it was done dileberately? The photo was obviously doctored up. They used the exact same name as the cleric, but why? To what end? What purpose would it serve?

A couple of years ago, U.S. intelligence was caught doing the same thing. A photo of an Arab man was taken out of either the news paper or off the inernet, and the U.S. said it was a most wated "Al Qaida" terrorist that they had either killed or captured and paraded the mans photo every where. Come to find out the man is very much alive, not a member of "Al Qaida", and had never seen any american forces before. The photo they used came straight from a newspaper.

Wednesday, March 08, 2006

Unity is key for Muslims.

I call for and will always call for muslims (and non-muslims) to unite against the invaders. What group of muslims wants to start a war between Sunni and Shiite? What group of muslims push for war between sects as opposed to unity and fighting invaders? Who would benifit from civil war in Iraq? Not the Iraqis. The americans and british would. Why would and mujahideen purposly blow up a mosque of any type? What about a Hindu temple? Give India nuclear technology and better know how one day, a few days later the holiest site of the Hidus gets bombed? Come on! These people want you to fight one another. They want India to fight Pakistan. The want Sunni to fight Shiite in Iraq, while they sit back in fortified bases and watch T.V. These same nations and peoples have historically tried to get people to fight amoung each other in such a way. The British did it with the native tribes of america, and Africans, so did the French. The Spanish did it with tribes in south and central america... teaming up with one tribe so they could fight against another or all others. Putting the minority in power like the Belgians did in Rwanda, and you see what happened! The Portuguese did it in Angola, and Mozambique. The white South Africans did it in South Africa and Namibia. The american did it in Vietnam. What people have a long history of doing things like this?

Really american special forces

This is my first blog, but I plan to show any one within reason that Al Qaida in Iraq and in general is fake. They are real as far as the fact that they exist, but in my honest opinion, I believe they are american, british or israeli special forces.