Another Western terrorist mastermind responsible for much propaganda and mayhem in Syria has died.
Despite media hype about the terrorist threat, the US itself is the biggest sponsor of terrorist outfits ranging from al Qaeda, al-Nusra Front, ISIS and the Mujahideen-e Khalq Organization (aka Munafiqeen).
Zionist Israel is one of the principal backers of ISIS but its attempt to use Hamas to advance its own agenda has failed miserably.
America has never been a safe place for sane people. How can it be when its claim to fame rests on its ability to kill the largest number of people worldwide (at least 4 million people since 2001) and incarcerated millions of its own people (2.3 million and counting)?
Major donors to political parties and to individual politicians have totally corrupted the American political system. This explains why wars are waged all over the world leading to much bloodshed and hatred for the US.2
The US-crafted Afghan regime with two rulers—a president and a chief executive—had little chance of success. It is coming unhinged amid political squabbling as the Taliban make military gains across the country.
The Saudis were involved in the 911 attacks, says Julie Beckett from Los Angeles.
Is the West, especially the US waking up to Saudi Arabia's destructive influence in the world? This article reproduced from the New York Times, raises pertinent questions about Saudi role, funding and ideological support of extremism in the Muslim world. The photo shows Saudi-inspired ISIS takfiri terrorists executing prisoners.1
Abu Zubaydah was never a member of al Qaeda and had nothing to do with 911 yet he was accused by the likes of Rumsfled and Bush of being al Qaeda’s number 2. He was tortured and waterboarded 183 times, the highest of any prisoner based on false allegations. US presidential candidates want to continue these practices!
ISIS-led sectarian terror is causing havoc in the region. The Maliki government in Baghdad, however, cannot be absolved of responsibility either for contributing to the alienation of tribal elders in places like Mosul that facilitated the takeover by ISIS of the country's second largest city. Sectarianism cuts both ways; it must be condemned no matter who indulges in it.
Muslims opposed to the extremist ideology espoused and practiced by the likes of al-Qaeda, have to be careful not to become unwitting tools of imperialism.
The US is supplying heavy weapons to the terrorists in Syria. The US military is also training takfiri terrorists in Jordan while claiming to be fighting al-Qaeda type terrorists worldwide.
The Lebanese intelligence has made steady progress against Saudi-backed and financed terrorists in Lebanon. Another leader of al-Qaeda terrorist group was captured in Beirut, according to an army communique today. This followed the arrest of the Saudi-financed terrorist Sheikh Omar Ibrahim al-Atrash (seen in photo) who revealed under interrogation his links with terrorist outfits in Syria and his role in car bombings in Lebanon.
The endgame is causing panic in official circles in Kabul.
To extract maximum advantage from the ongoing chaos, groups within the SNC might begin playing both sides for their own mundane interests.