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Die USA und ihr Partner: Prinz Bandar: Gift Gas für Saddam und nun nach Syrien

Immer die selben kriminellen Gestalten aus der NATO, der Britten und der Amerikaner, welche Millionen von Toden produzieren, um eingreifen zu können: Humanitäre Kriege und Demokratie bringen mit Hilfe von Terroristen und Giftgas.

siehe auch der Feltman – Prinz Bandar Plan, zur Zerstörung von Syrien mit Kriminellen.

George W. Bush trifft den saudiarabischen Botschafter Prinz Bandar bin Sultan auf Bushs Ranch inTexas. Bild: U.S. Government

Der Giftgasangriff von Ghouta war ein “Unfall”

Samstag, 31. August 2013 , von Freeman um 15:00

Wie die Journalistin Dale Gavlak aus Syrien berichtet, haben Zeugen die sie vor Ort befragte gesagt, dass es sich bei dem Ereignis mit Chemiewaffen in Ghouta vom 21. August um einen Unfall handelte, der durch das unsachgemässe Handhaben von Chemiewaffen durch die Terroristen ausgelöst wurde. Die Chemiewaffen hätten die Terroristen von Agenten des saudischen Geheimdienstes auf Befehl von Prinz Bandar erhalten. Eine sensationelle Nachricht und völlig neue Erklärung. Dieser Bericht klingt sehr glaubhaft, ist doch Gavlak eine langjährige Korrespondentin für Associated Press (AP), BBC und vielen anderen grossen Medien.

In ihrem Artikel der auf MintPress  (bei google ist der Artikel im Moment gesperrt, wie Andere Artikel auch in den USA) News am 29. August erschienen ist schreibt sie als Überschrift: “Exklusiv – Syrer in Ghouta sagen, von den Saudis ausgerüstete Rebellen hinter Chemieangriff – Rebellen und die Bewohner in Ghouta beschuldigen Prinz Bandar bin Sultan (Chef des saudischen Geheimdienstes), er hätte die Chemiewaffen an eine Gruppe die mit Al-Kaida verbunden ist geliefert.“  Der Original Artikel von einer anderen Website..

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Hier weiterlesen: Alles Schall und Rauch: Der Giftgasangriff von Ghouta war ein “Unfall” http://alles-schallundrauch.blogspot.com/2013/08/der-giftgasangriff-von-ghouta-war-ein.html#ixzz2dZgY6pio

Meet Saudi Arabia’s Bandar bin Sultan: The Puppetmaster Behind The Syrian War

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Submitted by Tyler Durden on 08/27/2013 15:21 -0400

Yesterday the Telegraph’s Evans-Pritchard dug up a note that we had posted almost a month ago, relating to the „secret“ meeting between Saudi Arabia and Russia, in which Saudi’s influential intelligence chief Prince Bandar bin Sultan met with Putin and regaled him with gifts, including a multi-billion arms deal and a promise that Saudi is „ready to help Moscow play a bigger role in the Middle East at a time when the United States is disengaging from the region“, if only Putin would agree to give up his alliance with Syria’s al-Assad and let Syria take over, ostensibly including control of the country’s all important natgas transit infrastructure. What was not emphasized by the Telegraph is that Putin laughed at the proposal and brushed aside the Saudi desperation by simply saying „nyet.“ However, what neither the Telegraph, nor we three weeks ago, picked up on, is what happened after Putin put Syria in its place. We now know, and it’s a doozy.

Courtesy of As-Safir (translated here), we learn all the gritty details about what really happened at the meeting, instead of just the Syrian motives and the Russian conclusion, and most importantly what happened just as the meeting ended, unsuccessfully (at least to the Saudi). And by that we mean Saudi Arabia’s threats toward Russia and Syria.

First, some less well-known observations on who it was that was supporting the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt even as US support was fading fast:

Bandar said that the matter is not limited to the kingdom and that some countries have overstepped the roles drawn for them, such as Qatar and Turkey. He added, “We said so directly to the Qataris and to the Turks. We rejected their unlimited support to the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt and elsewhere. The Turks’ role today has become similar to Pakistan’s role in the Afghan war. We do not favor extremist religious regimes, and we wish to establish moderate regimes in the region. It is worthwhile to pay attention to and to follow up on Egypt’s experience. We will continue to support the [Egyptian] army, and we will support Defense Minister Gen. Abdel Fattah al-Sisi because he is keen on having good relations with us and with you. And we suggest to you to be in contact with him, to support him and to give all the conditions for the success of this experiment. We are ready to hold arms deals with you in exchange for supporting these regimes, especially Egypt.”

So while Saudi was openly supporting the Egyptian coup, which is well-known, it was Turkey and most importantly Qatar, the nation that is funding and arming the Syrian rebels, that were the supporters of the now failed regime. One wonders just how much Egypt will straing Saudi-Qatari relations, in light of their joined interests in Syria.

Second, some better-known observations by Putin on Russia’s relationship with Iran:

Regarding Iran, Putin said to Bandar that Iran is a neighbor, that Russia and Iran are bound by relations that go back centuries, and that there are common and tangled interests between them. Putin said, “We support the Iranian quest to obtain nuclear fuel for peaceful purposes. And we helped them develop their facilities in this direction. Of course, we will resume negotiations with them as part of the 5P+1 group. I will meet with President Hassan Rouhani on the sidelines of the Central Asia summit and we will discuss a lot of bilateral, regional and international issues. We will inform him that Russia is completely opposed to the UN Security Council imposing new sanctions on Iran. We believe that the sanctions imposed against Iran and Iranians are unfair and that we will not repeat the experience again.”….

http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2013-08-27/meet-saudi-arabias-bandar-bin-sultan-puppetmaster-behind-syrian-war
Die Amerikaner lieferten vor 30 Jahren Gift Gas Anlagen in den Irak, für Angriffe gegen den Iran


Reagan tolerierte Saddam Husseins Giftgaseinsatz im Iran/Irak-Krieg

Freigegebene CIA-Dokumente belegen Kooperation zwischen USA und Irak

Die Zeitschrift Foreign Policy hat freigegebene Dokumente der CIA aus 1980er Jahren publiziert, welche die Zusammenarbeit der USA mit dem Irak bei Giftgasangriffen gegen den Iran belegen. So war der Reagan/Bush-Administration bekannt, dass der damals von den USA hochgerüstete treue Partner Saddam Hussein Senfgas und Sarin bei vier großen Angriffen auf den Iran einsetzte. Dennoch stattete die US-Regierung Hussein mit Satellitenaufnahmen und militärischen Karten des Iran aus.

Der Besitz solcher Waffen war kaum überraschend, denn die Chemikalien waren u.a. vom damaligen Sondergesandten Donald Rumsfeld geliefert worden. Damals hatten die USA offiziell eine Kenntnis vom tatsächlichen Einsatz der Chemiewaffen dementiert…

http://www.heise.de/tp/blogs/6/154843

Exclusive: CIA Files Prove America Helped Saddam as He Gassed Iran

The U.S. knew Hussein was launching some of the worst chemical attacks in history — and still gave him a hand.

BY SHANE HARRIS AND MATTHEW M. AID


Recep Erdogan als Lakai, der Taliban die nicht einmal Grund Bildung haben

In der Lavon-Affäre ist aufgeflogen, dass Israel in Ägypten Terroranschläge gegen westliche Ziele begangen hat, um diese Terroranschläge Arabern in die Schuhe zu schieben, und damit einen Keil zwischen die USA und Ägypten zu treiben. Beim Angriff auf das US-Kriegsschiff USS Liberty ist die Beweislage gegen Israel so dicht, dass Israel sich genötigt sah, den Opfern Entschädigung zu zahlen, wobei allerdings vermutet wird, dass der damalige US-Präsident Lyndon B. Johnson der israelischen False-Flag-Attacke gegen das US-Schiff im voraus zugestimmt hatte. Bei 9/11 lässt sich, was immer man diesbezüglich glauben mag, nachweisen, dass Israel anschließend führend dabei war, diesen Terrorakt auszunutzen, um die USA in von Israel gewünschte Kriege zu treiben, und dass der israelische Regierungschef Netanjahu dazu später behauptet hat: “Wir profitieren von einer Sache, und das sind die Angriffe auf die Zwillingstürme und das Pentagon sowie der amerikanische Kampf im Irak.”

Anders als nach 9/11 ist in den letzten Tagen eine Reihe namhafter Geheimdienstexperten und Whistleblower mit Aussagen an die Öffentlichkeit getreten, die die These eines False-Flag-Anschlages mit C-Waffen zum Starten eines offenen US-Krieges gegen Syrien stützen.

Der frühere NSA-Mitarbeiter Wayne Madsen hat in einer Kolumne erklärt, es sehe seiner Meinung nach so aus, dass die Damaszener Giftgas-Anschläge genauso ein gemeinsamer wahhabitisch-israelischer False-Flag-Anschlag war wie es die Terroranschläge von 9/11 waren.

Colonel W. Patrick Lang, ein ehemaliger Geheimdienstanalyst der US-Armee, macht auf seiner Webseite seit Tagen mit derbem Spott darauf aufmerksam, dass die Beweise der USA gegen Syrien äußerst dünn sind.

U.S. Army Colonel Lawrence Wilkerson, der vor dem Angriff auf den Irak Chief of Staff des damaligen Außenministers Colin Powell war, und entscheidend an der Vorbereitung der Präsentation der Unwahrheiten von Colin Powell beteiligt war, die dieser damals der Welt als Schuldbeweise gegen die damalige irakische Regierung von Saddam Hussein präsentierte, sagte, die fragwürdige gegenwärtige Beweislage gegen Syrien erinnere ihn sehr an die damalige Situation mit dem Irak und er vermute, dass es sich beim Giftgasangriff in Syrien um einen israelischen Terrorakt unter falscher Flagge handele.

Annie Machon, eine MI5-Agentin, die angesichts der mörderischen Verbrechen dieses Geheimdienstes vor mehr als 10 Jahren ausgestiegen ist und seitdem die Öffentlichkeit über die Verbrechen der Geheimdienste aufzuklären versucht, war am 31. August Star-Rednerin bei der #StopWatchingUs Demo in Berlin und auch sie versuchte die Zuhörer da darauf aufmerksam zu machen, dass der Giftgas-Einsatz in der Nähe von Damaskus nach einem False-Flag-Anschlag aussieht, der zu dem Zweck begangen wurde, die USA und weitere westliche Länder in einen offenen Krieg gegen Syrien zu treiben. Net News Global hat ein Video von ihrer Rede in Berlin veröffentlicht.

Kenneth Timmerman, Präsident der mit zahlreichen Geheimdienstlern gespickten anti-iranischen US-Organisation “Foundation for Democracy in Iran”, in deren Beirat unter anderem der frühere CIA-Chef R. James Woolsey Jr. und der frühere US-Verteidigungsstaatssekretär Frank Gaffney sitzen, schrieb in einem bei Daily Caller veröffentlichten Artikel, zahlreiche Offiziere, die in Top-Positionen der USA, Britanniens, Frankreichs, Israels und Jordaniens gedient haben, zweifelten den von Israel an die USA gelieferten Tonbandbeweis gegen Syrien an und seien der Überzeugung, der von Israel vorgelegte Mitschnitt sei zum Beweis der Schuld der syrischen Regierung so manipuliert worden, dass sich daraus genau das Gegenteil der ursprünglichen Auswertung ergebe.

Der britische Ex-Botschafter Craig Murray wies in einem Artikel darauf hin, dass die auf Zypern liegende britische Abhörstation Troodos den als zentralen Schuldbeweis von Israel gelieferten Kommunkationsvorgang eigentlich, wenn er denn, wie angenommen, per Funk erfolgte, auch hätte entdecken und mitschneiden müssen, aber da dieser Kommunkationsvorgang in der britischen Parlamentsdebatte um den Angriff auf Syrien keine Rolle gespielt habe, gehe er davon aus, dass der britische Geheimdienst den Kommunkationsvorgang nicht habe, was die Vermutung nahelege, dass es sich bei dem Kommunikationsvorgang um eine Totalfälschung des Mossad handele.

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  1. recep
    September 1, 2013 um 2:50 pm

    Der Original Beitrag bei der US Presse Mintpress

    http://www.mintpressnews.com/witnesses-of-gas-attack-say-saudis-supplied-rebels-with-chemical-weapons/168135/
    Dr. Lüders Meinung zum Giftgas-Einsatz in Syrien bei Beckmann
    Veröffentlicht am 31. August 2013 von Horst

    http://www.denken-macht-frei.info/dr-luders-meinung-zum-giftgas-einsatz-in-syrien-bei-beckmann/

  2. kürzu
    September 1, 2013 um 8:47 pm

    Eine Iranische Delegation in Damaskus

    Geopolitische Interessen im Syrien-Konflikt Die Großmacht allein gewinnt keine Kriege

    24.08.2012 · Wer das Verhalten Amerikas, Russlands und Chinas gegenüber Syrien verstehen will, dem helfen geopolitische Theorien wenig. Eine Replik.
    Von Pia Fuhrhop und Markus Kaim
    Artikel Bilder (1) Lesermeinungen (10)
    Einig nur im Hass auf Assad
    © Khalil Hamra/AP/dapd Nichtstaatliche Kriegsführung: Kämpfer der Rebellengruppe „Freie Syrische Armee“ in Aleppo

    Der Historiker Hans-Christof Kraus hat sich in der deutschen Debatte des Konfliktes in Syrien nicht zurückgehalten. Die meisten Kommentatoren, so Kraus, litten bei ihren Analysen an geopolitischer Ahnungslosigkeit, sträflicher Naivität, schlichter Ignoranz und grenzenloser Unkenntnis. Angesichts dieser Situation bietet der Autor „zehn Minuten Nachhilfe aus gegebenem Anlass“ an.

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    Deutsche Kommentatoren und Politiker wären schlecht beraten, folgten sie seiner knappen Nachhilfeviertelstunde. Dann hätten sie zwar verstanden, dass nicht nur humanitäre Motive das Verhalten der internationalen Staatengemeinschaft in Syrien prägen und dass der Nahe Osten aufgrund seiner Lage und Ressourcen eine strategisch wichtige Region darstellt. Mehr aber nicht. Möchte man die Gründe für das Handeln und Nichthandeln externer Mächte erklären, ist mit einer geopolitischen Analyse des frühen zwanzigsten Jahrhunderts, wie Kraus sie bietet, wenig geholfen. Im 21. Jahrhundert ist die Welt doch komplizierter geworden.

    http://www.faz.net/aktuell/feuilleton/debatten/geopolitische-interessen-im-syrien-konflikt-die-grossmacht-allein-gewinnt-keine-kriege-11865599.html

  3. balkan
    September 5, 2013 um 3:12 pm

  4. navy
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  6. enric13
    Dezember 8, 2013 um 3:39 am

    ROTHSCHILDS CONTROL BANDAR, THE SAUDIS AND AL QAEDA

    1) “ One of the most important British assets in this global genocide scheme is Prince Bandar. Trained in Britain, Bandar was not only the Saudi interlocutor with the British Crown and BAE in forging the original Al Yamamah deal. As Saudi Ambassador in Washington (and as practically an adopted son of George H.W. Bush), Bandar presided over the Saudi intelligence officers who shepherded the 9/11 hijackers for a year, leading up to the September 2001 attacks. His wife, Princess Haifa, provided cover for Bandar’s direct financing of at least one team of the hijackers.“ http://larouchepac.com/node/27794
    (LONDON CENTER OF TERRORISM AND OF THE INTERNATIONAL MAFIA ? http://www.larouchepub.com/lar/2000/terror_memo_2703.html )
    BAE SYSTEM IS CONNECTED ALSO WITH SHELL AND BP.
    “ The BAE-Saudi deal is essentially an oil-for-weapons swap involving the largest British weapons manufacturer, and a nation that is essentially a creature of the London-centered international oil cartel, in which Royal Dutch Shell and BP are major factors. Associated with this BAE-Shell-BP nexus are a number of important investment and commercial banks, other weapons manufacturers, and raw materials companies.“
    http://larouchepub.com/other/2007/3427bae_slimemold.html
    BLACKROCK IS A SHAREHOLDER OF SHELL AND BP.
    “ Shell is also one of the world’s most valuable companies.[3] As of January, 2013 the largest shareholder is Capital Research Global Investors with 9.85% ahead of BlackRock in second with 6.89%.[4]“
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Royal_Dutch_Shell
    “ At the time of the Deepwater Horizon blowout, Blackrock was the single largest shareholder of BP.“ http://www.sourcewatch.org/index.php/BlackRock
    “ Merrill Lynch & Co., Inc., a wholly-owned subsidiary of Bank of America Corporation, The PNC Financial Services Group, Inc. and Barclays PLC own economic interests in BlackRock approximating 34.1%, 24.6% and 19.9%, respectively, with the remainder owned by institutional and individual investors, as well as BlackRock employees.“
    http://publicintelligence.net/blackrock-inc/
    Bank of America is connected with the person of Warren Buffet a notorious friend of Lord JACOB ROTHSCHILD.
    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/11/14/warren-buffett-ibm_n_1092165.html
    Lord JACOB ROTHSCHILD „Hosted the European Economic Round Table conference in 2002 at Waddesdon Manor, attended by such figures as James Wolfensohn, Nicky Oppenheimer, Warren Buffet, and Arnold Schwarzenegger “ https://wikispooks.com/ISGP/organisations/introduction/PEHI_Jacob_de_Rothschild_bio.htm
    http://www.waddesdon.org.uk/house/the-rothschilds/ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Waddesdon http://www.waddesdon.org.uk/
    Bank Of America and Merrill Lynch are also related with the Edmond De Rothschild, owned by BENJAMIN DE ROTHSCHILD AND ARIANE DE ROTHSCHILD, through the persons of Gerald Levy, Matthieu Walterspiler, Barbara Colombo, Beate Bakker, etc… https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Benjamin_de_Rothschild https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ariane_de_Rothschild
    http://www.linkedin.com/pub/gerald-levy/60/b49/b87 http://uk.linkedin.com/in/walterspiler http://www.linkedin.com/pub/barbara-colombo/26/b21/766 http://ch.linkedin.com/pub/beate-bakker/16/a55/491
    Warren Buffet is also a friend of EVELYN DE ROTHSCHILD.
    https://wikispooks.com/ISGP/organisations/introduction/PEHI_Evelyn_de_Rothschild_bio.htm
    Barclays is a bank related with the British Royal Family and therefore connected with Lord JACOB ROTHSCHILD and EVELYN DE ROTHSCHILD.
    “ Lord JACOB ROTHSCHILD, the behind-the-scenes controller of the Inter-Alpha Group, was a partner at Rothschild at the time he set up the Inter-Alpha Group in 1971, using its resources and then leaving in 1980 to continue his special mission, which includes advising the genocidal British Crown and managing the funds of Prince Charles’ Duchy of Cornwall, to finance his kooky, “green” schemes.“
    http://unitednationsoffilm.com/?p=1728
    “ Prince Charles already played polo with EVELYN DE ROTHSCHILD in his student years and later set up the Interfaith consultations with him. “
    http://www.gnosticliberationfront.com/people_with_the_endless_bios.htm
    EVELYN DE ROTHSCHILD “ In 1989, he was knighted by Queen Elizabeth II,[2] for whom he serves as a financial adviser. “ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Evelyn_Robert_de_Rothschild
    Barclays Bank and Royal Bank of Scotland are also linked with the Edmond De Rothschild and therefore with BENJAMIN DE ROTHSCHILD AND ARIANE DE ROTHSCHILD.
    http://www.linkedin.com/pub/laura-scolan/a/ba1/7b7 http://www.linkedin.com/pub/mark-phillips/4/5b9/772 http://it.linkedin.com/pub/guido-corsetti/a/67a/44a http://www.linkedin.com/pub/nicolas-jugniot/b/78/884
    CONSEQUENTLY BP, SHELL, BAE AND BANDAR HAVE LINKS WITH JACOB ROTHSCHILD, BENJAMIN DE ROTHSCHILD, ARIANE DE ROTHSCHILD AND EVELYN DE ROTHSCHILD.
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jacob_Rothschild,_4th_Baron_Rothschild https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Benjamin_de_Rothschild
    http://www.lejdd.fr/Economie/Images/Les-plus-grosses-fortunes-de-France/Benjamin-de-Rothschild-206941 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ariane_de_Rothschild https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Evelyn_Robert_de_Rothschild
    “ Al-Massari is allied with the well-known Saudi expatriate Osama bin Laden, who, to this day, maintains a residence in the wealthy London suburb of Wembly. And London is the headquarters of bin Laden’s Advise and Reform Commission, run by the London-based Khalid al-Fawwaz.
    Bin Laden has been given regular access to BBC and a variety of major British newspapers, to spread his calls for jihad against the United States. Thus, in July 1996, bin Laden told the London Independent, „What happened in Khobar [the U.S. Army barracks that was bombed on June 25] is a clear proof of the enormous rage of the Saudi population against them. Resistance against America will spread in many places through Muslim lands.“ http://www.larouchepub.com/lar/2000/terror_memo_2703.html

    2) BANDAR, THE SAUDIS AND AL QAEDA ARE ALSO LINKED WITH THE BUSH FAMILY AND CARLYLE.
    ( THE BUSH FAMILY’S BRITISH FASCISM http://larouchepac.com/node/27310 )
    “ former President George H. W. Bush, then a senior adviser to Carlyle “
    “ The Bush family has had a long and mutually profitable connection with the corrupt Saudi oil dictatorship. Prince Bandar, Saudi ambassador to the United States, has been an honored guest both at the Bush I summer home in Kennebunkport, Maine, and at Bush 11’s getaway in Crawford, Texas (hence his nickname, „Bandar Bush“). Bandar expressed his gratitude to Bush I by donating $1 million to the Bush Presidential Library in Texas. And Bandar’s prodding prompted Saudi King Fahd to send another $1 million to Barbara Bush’s campaign against illiteracy.
    Saudi Prince al-Walid contributed half a million petrodollars to help launch the George Herbert Walker Bush Scholarship Fund at Phillips Academy, the alma mater of both Bush presidents. The depth of these connections was highlighted when the former president visited the Saudis to „discuss U.S.-Saudi business relations“ with Crown Prince Abdullah during his son’s 2000 presidential campaign.
    And then there is the bin Laden problem. The bin Laden family, a key Carlyle investor, stood to make millions of dollars from the war on terror-a war that has as its chief villain a member of their own family. The bin Ladens withdrew from the Carlyle Group in late October 2001, but it’s not just the bin Laden family proper that was problematic for the Bushes. It turns out that Prince Bandar’s wife, Princess Haifa, had made charitable contributions that may have helped finance two of the 9/11 hijackers. “ http://www.thirdworldtraveler.com/Bush_Gang/CarlyleGroup_TETTR.html
    “ Carlyle emerged from the shadows in spite of itself on September 11, 2001. That day, the group had organized a meeting at Washington’s Ritz Carlton Hotel with five hundred of its largest investors. Frank Carlucci and James Baker III played masters of ceremony. George Bush senior made a lightning appearance at the beginning of the day. The presentation was quickly interrupted, but one detail escaped no one. One of the guests wore the name bin Laden on his badge. It was Shafiq bin Laden, one of Osama’s many brothers. The American media discovered Carlyle. One journalist, Dan Briody, wrote a book about the group’s hidden side, „The Iron Triangle“, and takes an interest in the close relations between the Bush clan and the Saudi leadership.“ http://www.culturechange.org/CarlyleEmpire.html
    “ The collection of influential characters who now work, have worked, or have invested in the [ Carlyle ] group would make the most convinced conspiracy theorists incredulous. They include among others, John Major, former British Prime Minister; Fidel Ramos, former Philippines President; Park Tae Joon, former South Korean Prime Minister; Saudi Prince Al-Walid; Colin Powell, the present Secretary of State; James Baker III, former Secretary of State; Caspar Weinberger, former Defense Secretary; Richard Darman, former White House Budget Director; the billionaire George Soros, and even some bin Laden family members. You can add Alice Albright, daughter of Madeleine Albright, former Secretary of State; Arthur Lewitt, former SEC head; William Kennard, former head of the FCC, to this list. Finally, add in the Europeans: Karl Otto Poehl, former Bundesbank president; the now-deceased Henri Martre, who was president of Aerospatiale; and Etienne Davignon, former president of the Belgian Generale Holding Company “ http://www.culturechange.org/CarlyleEmpire.html
    CARLYLE IS CONNECTED WITH BLACKSTONE, DEUTSCHE BANK AND MANY OTHER COMPANIES.
    “ Carlyle is the 11th largest defense contractor in the US. It is 20%-owned by Mellon Bank (http://www.dkosopedia.com/wiki/Mellon_family) and is controlled by the powerful Blackstone Group (seeOverthrow of the American Republic), which dined cheaply on the carcasses of looted S&L’s at auctions held by Bush Sr.’s Resolution Trust Corporation. “
    http://www.almartinraw.com/uri1.html http://transmissionsmedia.com/the-911-illusion-part-ii-deutsche-bank-blackstone/
    “ Henry Kissinger’s good friend Lord JACOB ROTHSCHILD sat on Bioport owner Blackstone’s International Advisory Board. (See Corexit Linked to the Blackstone Group and Lord Jacob Rothschild) “
    http://transmissionsmedia.com/the-911-illusion-part-ii-deutsche-bank-blackstone/ http://beforeitsnews.com/gulf-oil-spill/2010/06/corexit-linked-to-the-blackstone-group-and-lord-jacob-rothschild-76363.html https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Waddesdon http://www.waddesdon.org.uk/ http://www.thefullwiki.org/Waddesdon_Manor
    “ Blackstone was founded in 1985 as a mergers and acquisitions boutique by Peter G. Peterson and Stephen A. Schwarzman, who had previously worked together at Lehman Brothers, Kuhn, Loeb Inc. “
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blackstone_Group
    Peter G. Peterson “ is founding Chairman of the Peterson Institute for International Economics “ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peter_George_Peterson
    Lynn Forester de Rothschild, the wife of Sir EVELYN DE ROTHSCHILD, is a director of the Peterson Institute for International Economics. http://www.petersoninstitute.org/institute/board.cfm http://www.thefullwiki.org/Ascott_House
    http://www.breathingenglishair.blogspot.fr/2012/04/ascott-house-buckinghamshire.html
    Blackstone is also related with the LCF EDMOND DE ROTHSCHILD owned by BENJAMIN DE ROTHSCHILD and by his wife ARIANE DE ROTHSCHILD, for example through the person of Daniel Costa Lindo that is a M&A Analyst at Blackstone and was Private Equity Analyst at LCF Edmond de Rothschild. http://www.linkedin.com/pub/daniel-costa-lindo/32/255/543
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Benjamin_de_Rothschild http://www.lejdd.fr/Economie/Images/Les-plus-grosses-fortunes-de-France/Benjamin-de-Rothschild-206941 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ariane_de_Rothschild
    “ Benjamin de Rothschild, only son of the late Edmond de Rothschild, was a classic case of great expectations gone astray. Despite being groomed for greatness from a young age, as a teenager he skipped university and instead headed for Los Angeles with dreams of being a film producer. In LA he started taking drugs, and ended up on heroin. Meanwhile, he failed to make it into Hollywood’s charmed circle and bombed as a film-maker. “ http://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/poor-little-rich-boys-1097744.html http://wikimapia.org/6825620/fr/Chateau-de-Pregny http://www.panoramio.com/photo/77169200

  7. omar
    Dezember 14, 2013 um 7:12 pm

    Prinz Bandar, ist über seine Ehefrau direkte Financiers der Attentäter des 11.9.2001, er war damals Botschafter in Washington. Prinz Turku war Geheimdienst Chef

    9/11 Link To Saudi Arabia Is Topic Of 28 Redacted Pages In Government Report; Congressmen Push For Release
    By Jamie Reno
    on December 09 2013 2:09 PM

    ………………………
    But earlier this year, Reps. Walter B. Jones, R-N.C., and Stephen Lynch, D-Mass., were given access to the 28 redacted pages of the Joint Intelligence Committee Inquiry (JICI) of 9/11 issued in late 2002, which have been thought to hold some answers about the Saudi connection to the attack.
    ……………………….
    Most of the allegations of links between the Saudi government and the 9/11 hijackers revolve around two enigmatic Saudi men who lived in San Diego: Omar al-Bayoumi and Osama Basnan, both of whom have long since left the United States.

    In early 2000, al-Bayoumi, who had previously worked for the Saudi government in civil aviation (a part of the Saudi defense department), invited two of the hijackers, Khalid Almihdhar and Nawaf Alhazmi, to San Diego from Los Angeles. He told authorities he met the two men by chance when he sat next to them at a restaurant.

    Newsweek reported in 2002 that al-Bayoumi’s invitation was extended on the same day that he visited the Saudi Consulate in Los Angeles for a private meeting.

    Al-Bayoumi arranged for the two future hijackers to live in an apartment and paid $1,500 to cover their first two months of rent. Al-Bayoumi was briefly interviewed in Britain but was never brought back to the United States for questioning.

    As for Basnan, Newsweek reported that he received monthly checks for several years totaling as much as $73,000 from the Saudi ambassador to the United States, Prince Bandar, and his wife, Princess Haifa Faisal. Although the checks were sent to pay for thyroid surgery for Basnan’s wife, Majeda Dweikat, Dweikat signed many of the checks over to al-Bayoumi’s wife, Manal Bajadr. This money allegedly made its way into the hands of hijackers, according to the 9/11 report.

    Despite all this, Basnan was ultimately allowed to return to Saudi Arabia, and Dweikat was deported to Jordan.

    Sources and numerous press reports also suggest that the 28 pages include more information about Abdussattar Shaikh, an FBI asset in San Diego who Newsweek reported was friends with al-Bayoumi and invited two of the San Diego-based hijackers to live in his house.

    Shaikh was not allowed by the FBI or the Bush administration to testify before the 9/11 Commission or the JICI.

    http://www.ibtimes.com/911-link-saudi-arabia-topic-28-redacted-pages-government-report-congressmen-push-release-1501202

    Zur Rede Ahmadinejads auf der UN-Vollversammlung
    Die verbotene Spur
    Von Marcel Bartels
    ……………………..

    http://www.nrhz.de/flyer/beitrag.php?id=15678

    • balkansurfer
      Dezember 24, 2013 um 8:05 pm

      http://img.en25.com/Web/IHSInc/IHS%20Analysis%20-%20Syria%27s%20Insurgent%20Landscape.pdf

      The conflict in Syria has facilitated the emergence and
      expansion of a significant jihadist insurgency, which itself
      has demonstrated markedly more pragmatic modes of
      operation.
      In this report
      IHS Jane

      s Terrorism &
      Insurgency Centre analysts
      examine the evolution of
      insurgent dynamics in Syria.
      Early on 5 August, two militants from the Islamic State
      in
      Iraq and the Levant (ISIL)detonated a suicide vehicle

      borne improvised explosive device (SVBIED) outside
      Minnagh airbase near the Syrian cityof Aleppo, breaching
      the gates. Later that day, ISIL and five other militant
      groups captured the facility.
      Minnagh had been under siege from anti

      governmentmilitants, led by the moderate Asifat al

      Shamal, sinceAugust 2012, but the arrival of ISIL reinfo
      rcements in July2013 saw the deployment of at least three SVBIEDs and
      seven 9M133 Kornet (AT

      14

      Spriggan

      ) anti

      tank guidedmissiles (ATGMs), which neutralised the base’s remaining
      T

      54/55 and T

      62 main battle tanks and breached its
      structural defences.
      The base seizure came almost three months after ISIL’s
      emergence as the second Al

      Qaeda

      affiliated group to beactive in the Syrian conflict

      the first being Jabhat al-Nusra, which emerged in January 2012. Since beginning
      in June 2011, the armed conflictin Syria has become
      increasingly sectarian in nature and has provided militant
      Islamists with a significant opportunity to establish a
      territorial foothold in the heart of the Levant.
      This opportunity has catalysed the evolution of a more
      pragmatic form ofjihad, involving substantial numbers of
      foreign fighters. Resources are divided between local
      governance strategies

      incorporating

      hearts and minds

      tactics and tightly organised systems of social control

      alongside a fusion of conventional jihadist op
      erations and
      co

      ordinated cross

      group military operations.
      O
      ctober
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      Aerospace, Defence & Security
      Analysis
      :
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      s insurgent
      landscape
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      Analysis:
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      s insurgent landscape
      Protagonists
      A
      fter 27 months of fighting, IHS Jane

      s Terrorism
      &
      Insurgency Centre analysts
      estimate that approximately
      1,000 militant groups have emerged as operational
      entities across Syria and c
      omprise approximately 100,000
      fighters. These units incorporate a wide range of
      ideological perspe
      ctives,
      from apolitical nationalist groups
      to fighters affiliated to Al

      Qaeda. As such, the extent to
      which the SNC and SMC impose genuine influence upon
      the
      Syrian insurgency is unclear.
      We will focus on four of
      the more prominent here.
      Jabhat al

      Nusra
      Although Jabhat al

      Nusra only
      announced its emergence on 24
      January 2012, the first attack
      claimed by the group was a
      suicide attack in the Syrian
      capital
      Damascus that killed 26
      people several weeks before on 6 January. The group

      s
      first six months of operations were dominated by such
      mass

      casualty bombings, but it soon incorporated
      conventional guerrilla operations, typified by improvised
      explosive device
      (IED) and small

      arms attacks, and by
      late 2012 Jabhat al

      Nusra was leading a series of
      successful assaults on military bases in northern Syria.
      Estimated by IHS Jane

      s Terrorism
      &
      Insurgency Centre
      analysts
      to have approximately 5,000 to 7,000 fighters
      act
      ive in 11 of Syria

      s 13 governorates, Jabhat al

      Nusra
      currently represents a significant military force and plays
      a notable role in governing territory, most notably in parts
      of Aleppo, Al

      Raqqah, Deir ez Zour, Deraa, and Idlib
      governorates.
      The Islamic St
      ate in Iraq and the Levant
      ISIL was formed on 9 April 2013
      when Al

      Qaeda in Iraq (AQI) leader
      Abu Bakr al

      Baghdadi al

      Husseini al

      Qurashi announced the expansion of
      AQI

      s front group, the Islamic State in
      Iraq, to incorporate Jabhat al

      Nusra.
      Jabhat al

      Nusra leader Al

      Fateh Abu
      Muhammad al

      Golani issued a statement 36 hours later in
      which he conceded that the group had been founded by
      AQI but refused to be subsumed within ISIL. Nonetheless,
      ISIL still formed in Syria and attracted large numbers of
      Jabhat
      al

      Nusra

      s foreign fighters.
      Despite its complex beginnings, ISIL

      with an estimated
      5,000 fighters

      has had a significant strategic impact on
      the conflict in northern Syria. Led in the north by ethnic
      Chechen Abu Omar al

      Shishani, ISIL has assumed tota
      l
      or joint control of municipalities in the governorates of
      Aleppo (including Al

      Bab, Aleppo city, Azaaz, and
      Jarabalus), Idlib (including Al

      Dana and Sarmada), and Al

      Raqqah (including Al

      Raqqah city and Al

      Tabqa). ISIL
      also has a notable presence in east
      ern Syria along the
      border with Iraq

      s Anbar and Ninawa provinces, although
      these forces appear increasingly interchangeable; those
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      s insurgent landscape
      in the area identify themselves as Jabhat al

      Nusra
      fighters, but are commanded by Iraqi national Maysar Ali
      Musa Abdallah al

      Juburi (alias Abu Maria al

      Qahtani).
      Harakat Ahrar al

      Sham al

      Islamiyya
      A number of slightly more
      moderate Salafist jihadist groups
      also operate closely alon
      gside
      Jabhat al

      Nusra and ISIL; possibly
      m
      ost notable among such groups
      is Harakat Ahrar al

      Sham
      al

      Islamiyya, the leading force within
      the
      Syrian Islamic Front alliance.
      The group first emerged in Idlib in January 2012 as Ahrar
      al

      Sham. By late 2012, Ahrar al

      Sham had expanded
      significantly and was leading several major offensives in
      northern Syria
      . As arguably the most strategically
      powerful militant actor in Syria, Ahrar al

      Sham formed the
      Syrian Islamic Front on 21 December 2012, which
      contained 11 militant Islamist groups. In January 2013,
      Ahrar al

      Sham claimed to operate 83 kataib (battalions)
      across Syria, and on 1 February it merged with three
      Syrian Islamic Front groups, to form Harakat Ahrar al

      Sham al

      Islamiyya.
      In addition to its military capabilities, the group operates a

      technical division

      , responsible for successful cyber
      attacks on
      pro

      government targets. The group

      s Maktab
      al

      Agatha (relief office)

      providing subsidised and free
      food, fuel, and water in branded vehicles and packaging,
      as well as schools and passenger bus services in the
      cities of Al

      Raqqah and Aleppo

      is the most
      influential
      militant

      run provider of services in Syria.
      IHS Jane

      s Terrorism & Insurgency Centre analysts
      estimate
      that Harakat Ahrar al

      Sham al

      Islamiyya
      possesses a strength of 10,000 to 20,000 fighters across
      11 of Syria

      s 13 governorates
      Suqor al

      Sham
      Also notable as a more moderate
      Salafist jihadist group is
      Suqor al

      Sham,
      one of several prominent groups within
      the Syrian Islamic Liberation Front
      alliance.
      Suqor al

      Sham was formed by Sheikh Ahmed Abu Issa in
      Idlib

      s Jebel al

      Zawiya region in September 2011. Issa
      has linked Suqor al

      Sham to the moderate Free Syrian
      Army (FSA) but simultaneously expressed its operational
      independence. In September 2012, Issa announced the
      establishment of the Syrian Islamic Liberation
      Front, a
      loose coalition of 19 moderate Islamist militant groups.
      Although Suqor al

      Sham maintains links to the SMC, it
      has become notably more extremist in 2013 in terms of
      its operational activities, appearance, and rhetoric. Suqor
      al

      Sham currently co
      nsists of approximately 8

      9,000
      fighters, mostly in Idlib and Aleppo, but also in Rif
      Dimashq. Despite militant rumours in mid

      2013 that
      Suqor al

      Sham planned to defect from the Syrian Islamic
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      s insurgent landscape
      Liberation Front and align itself with Harakat Ahrar al

      Sham al

      Islamiyya, this has failed to occur. However, a
      hardline Suqor al

      Sham faction, Liwa Dawoud, broke
      away and declared operational independence in July.
      Protagonist aims
      All four
      of these
      groups have expressed the intent to
      establish an Islamic state under
      sharia (Islamic law).
      Whereas ISIL and Jabhat al

      Nusra are categorical on this
      matter, Harakat Ahrar al

      Sham al

      Islamiyya and Suqor al

      Sham have adopted more subtle positions. Released in
      February 2013, the Syrian Islamic Front

      s political charter
      (also re
      presenting Harakat Ahrar al

      Sham al

      Islamiyya)
      conceptually rejected democracy but indicated a
      willingness to utilise a voting system to elect Syria

      s
      future leaders

      as long as it is regulated by sharia

      and
      involves only candidates whose policies

      are bo
      und by
      sharia

      . Despite its Islamist objectives, Suqor al

      Sham
      also maintains links to the Western

      backed Syrian
      National Coalition (SNC), something the other three
      groups have adamantly refused to do.
      Foreign Fighters
      Although the first overt appearance o
      f non

      Syrian Islamist
      militants in the Syrian conflict followed the emergence of
      Jabhat al

      Nusra in January 2012, the increasingly
      apparent role of Lebanese Shia Muslim Hizbullah militants
      fighting alongside Syrian government forces throughout
      early 2013 s
      timulated an increase in the flow of foreign
      fighters to Syria. This increased even further following the
      emergence of ISIL and the Hizbullah

      led capture of Al

      Qusayr in Homs on 5 June. Although foreign fighters
      initially largely joined Jabhat al

      Nusra the
      re were several
      indications of a large

      scale defection of foreign fighters to
      ISIL following its emergence.
      Aided by fatwas (religious edicts) from prominent Sunni
      clerics such as Sheikh Yusuf al

      Qaradawi

      a widely read
      and followed theologian

      in late J
      uly, in which fighting in
      Syria was deemed fardh kifaya (a collective duty), foreign
      fighters now account for between 5,000 and 10,000 of
      Syria

      s anti

      government militants, according to estimates
      by international officials in July and August. The same
      offi
      cials suggested that as many as 750 to 1,000 EU
      nationals have travelled to Syria for jihad. According to
      IHS
      monitoring of online jihadist materials, smaller
      numbers of recruits have come from the Balkans,
      Canada, the Caucasus, South Asia, Sub

      Saharan Afr
      ica,
      and the US.
      Only the Afghan insurgency against the Soviet Union in
      1979

      89 compares with Syria in terms of the number of
      foreign fighters. An in

      depth study by Norwegian scholar
      Thomas Hegghammer in the journal International Security
      in late 2011 esti
      mated that 5,000 to 20,000 foreign
      fighters had travelled to Afghanistan between 1980 and
      1992. As such, the arrival of 5,000 to 10,000 foreign
      fighters into Syria in only 18 months appears highly
      significant.
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      Analysis:
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      s insurgent landscape
      Foreign fighters seem primarily drawn to Syria
      due to the
      perception that the repression of the Sunni population by
      the Alawite Shia

      led government makes aiding anti

      government forces mandatory. Moroccan ISIL militan
      t
      Abu Anas al

      Maghrebi told IHS
      in August,

      It was not
      easy leaving my family behind b
      ut every day my brothers
      in Bilad al

      Sham [the Levant] were being murdered before
      my eyes on TV

      what else could I do? It was my duty.

      Abu Mohammed al

      Hamawi, a Syrian Jabhat al

      Nusra
      militant, told IHS in August,

      I know many muhajireen
      [literally immig
      rants, a term used for foreign fighters]…
      They are among the bravest in the mujahideen.

      Foreign fighters are also attracted to Syria by the Islamic
      significance of the Levant, as it was prophesied in the
      Quran as the site where the prophet Isa Ibn Maryam
      (Jesus) would return to earth via the Manara al

      Bayda (the
      White Minaret

      also the name of Jabhat al

      Nusra

      s media
      wing) at Damascus

      s Umayyad Mosque on the day of
      judgement. Entering Syria

      primarily via the Bab al

      Hawa, Bab al

      Salam, or Jarabulus borde
      r crossings in
      Aleppo and Idlib

      is comparatively simple, normally
      involving bus travel from Ankara or Istanbul in Turkey
      towards the southern border, where goods smugglers are
      known to facilitate cross

      border travel into Syria. Once
      inside Syria, most fi
      ghters join ISIL or one of several
      smaller groups primarily active in the northern Idlib

      Latakia region, such as Katibat al

      Muhajireen and Harakat
      Sham al

      Islam. Smaller numbers of foreign fighters enter
      Syria

      s Deraa governorate via Jordan, while Iraqis a
      nd
      existing AQI militants cross illegally via the Al

      Qaim
      border crossing between Anbar in Iraq and Deir ez Zour in
      Syria, and the Al

      Yaroubiya crossing between Ninawa in
      Iraq and Al

      Hasakah in Syria.
      The attraction of jihad in Syria has not been limited t
      o
      ordinary foot soldiers. Several well

      known Salafist figures
      have joined the fighting for periods of time, including
      Ahmed al

      Assir, a highly prominent and influential cleric in
      Lebanon. Most recently, former German rapper and
      Muslim convert Denis Cuspert
      (alias Abu Talha al

      Almani
      or Abu Malik) appeared fighting in Latakia in August.
      Hearts and Minds
      Another notable aspect of jihadist strategy in Syria has
      been the widespread employment of

      hearts and minds

      tactics designed to generate lasting popular support by
      both directly entertaining civilians and, crucially, providing
      governance and humanitarian assistance. Jabhat al

      Nusra

      s Hamawi told IHS,

      Yes, we do a lot for the
      people, it is all part of our proje
      ct.

      Although groups such as Harakat Ahrar al

      Sham al

      Islamiyya and Suqor al

      Sham provided basic levels of
      security and political order in areas under their control
      during the first six months of 2012, the dispersal of
      financial and physical resources by I
      slamist groups in this
      way increased greatly in late 2012. Jihadists in Syria
      seem to view this as part of their duty. Abu Musab, a non

      Syrian ISIL militant, told
      IHS
      in August 2013,

      I left my
      wives and daughters to help the honourable people of al

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      s insurgent landscape
      Sham a
      nd Syria. My life is now devoted to their safety
      and welfare.

      Since July 2012, Jabhat al

      Nusra

      s Qism al

      Agatha
      (department of relief) has been involved in providing
      subsidised and often free food, fuel, and water to civilians
      in Aleppo, Deraa, Hama, Homs
      , Idlib, and Rif Dimashq.
      Jabhat al

      Nusra has also issued footage of its members
      providing other services, such as a rubbish collection
      service in the Deraa al

      Balad area of Deraa city; health
      clinics in Al

      Hasakah, Deir ez Zour, and Idlib; bridge and
      infr
      astructure repair services in Deir ez Zour; and, in
      conjunction with Harakat Ahrar al

      Sham al

      Islamiyya, the
      operation of the Al

      Tabqa Dam and its connected water

      pumping system in Al

      Raqqah, which is critical for the
      provision of water across northern and
      eastern Syria.
      Meanwhile, Harakat Ahrar al

      Sham al

      Islamiyya

      s Maktab
      al

      Agatha (relief office) is arguably the most influential
      militant

      run provider of services in Syria. In addition to
      providing subsidised and free food, fuel, and water

      all in
      brande
      d vehicles and packaging

      throughout large areas
      of, Aleppo, Al

      Raqqah, Deraa, Hama, Idlib, and Rif
      Dimashq, the group also operates a passenger bus
      service in Aleppo city and several schools in, Aleppo, Al

      Raqqah, Idlib, and Rif Dimashq. During the Islam
      ic holy
      month of Ramadan

      9 July to 7 August 2013

      Harakat
      Ahrar al

      Sham al

      Islamiyya provided free meals for iftar
      (the breaking of the daily fast) throughout opposition

      held
      districts of Aleppo city, which had been cooked in
      restaurants identifying the
      mselves as loyal to the group.
      The provision of such services has proven an invaluable
      tool for maintaining localised popular support for jihadist
      groups. Throughout 2012, similar micro

      level attempts at
      providing basic services by groups linked to the mod
      erate
      Free Syrian Army (FSA) led to civilian accusations that
      FSA fighters were exploiting local industry for their own
      benefit. At the height of winter in January 2013, Jabhat al

      Nusra forcefully seized control of Aleppo

      s bread

      making
      industry (a total o
      f four factories) from the FSA after
      civilians complained that FSA fighters were taking as
      much as two

      thirds of the bread for themselves, forcing
      bakeries to charge unaffordable prices for the remaining
      third. According to local activists at the time, wit
      hin two
      days Jabhat al

      Nusra had shipped in flour from Turkey
      and provided finance, allowing bread to be sold at
      subsidised prices and establishing the group as a major
      power in the city.
      During Ramadan, ISIL introduced a novel jihadist tactic in
      the holdi
      ng of family

      fun days

      in Aleppo. Led by a
      Tunisian national identified as Abu Waqas, the events

      held on each of the four Fridays of the holy month

      involved tug

      of

      war and musical chairs competitions for
      men, ice cream and watermelon eating contests f
      or
      children, and the giving of gifts, including sweets and
      toys. Combined with the provision of dawa (Islamic
      outreach), these

      fun days

      garnered considerable
      attention and served to underline ISIL

      s very public role in
      Syria and the apparent acceptance o
      f its presence, at
      least locally.
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      s insurgent landscape
      Military strategy
      Islamist militants, particularly Jabhat al

      Nusra and later
      ISIL, have also demonstrated a qualitative evolution in
      military strategy in Syria. Jabhat al

      Nusra

      s initially
      predominant use of mass casualty
      suicide attacks in early
      2012 to attack government and security force targets
      resulted in considerable civilian casualties, generating a
      negative image of the group. The group

      s last such
      operation was a co

      ordinated triple SVBIED attack
      targeting security
      force buildings in Aleppo city on 3
      October 2012, which killed 48 people.
      By August 2012, however, Jabhat al

      Nusra

      s military
      operations had expanded towards those more akin to an
      orthodox military force. Ground assaults involving large
      numbers of fighter
      s became the norm while operations
      exclusively targeted government and military sectors.
      Between October 2012 and January 2013, Jabhat al

      Nusra forces were involved in capturing at least four
      major military bases in Aleppo, Al

      Raqqah, and Idlib, and
      althou
      gh VBIEDs were employed in these operations their
      use on military facilities ensured minimal civilian
      casualties.
      Other militant Islamist groups with more local
      foundations, such as Harakat Ahrar al

      Sham al

      Islamiyya
      and Suqor al

      Sham, were predominantly i
      nvolved in
      large

      scale multi

      group offensives and sieges from the
      same period onwards. Crucially, however, large numbers
      of localised FSA groups

      many linked to the SNC

      planned, co

      ordinated, and fought alongside militant
      Islamist groups on a daily basi
      s. The fostering of such
      pragmatic, co

      operative relationships across the Syrian
      insurgent theatre has been decisive in maintaining anti

      government effectiveness and in consolidating Islamist
      control in the north and east of the country.
      Between late 2012
      and early 2013, all such groups,
      including Jabhat al

      Nusra, periodically released videos
      purporting to reveal how pre

      prepared attacks had been
      cancelled at the last minute in order to avoid civilian
      casualties. However, the conflict assumed a notably more
      intense sectarian tone from around April/May 2013

      when Hizbullah

      s role in the conflict was both beyond
      doubt and significant in scale. Militant Islamists and even
      many moderates have since referred to the

      enemy

      using
      derogatory sectarian terms, and a
      ttacks against Shia and
      Alawite Shia civilian targets have increased notably.
      ISIL has been prominent for its occasional targeting of
      Shia and Alawite civilians and other controversial targets.
      In mid

      June, ISIL and a local group, Harakat Taliban
      al

      Islami, destroyed several Shia mosques in the village of
      Hatlah in Deir ez Zour, where at least 60 pro

      government
      militiamen and civilians had been killed the week before.
      ISIL has also carried out executions in Deir ez Zour and
      Al

      Raqqah during May and
      June, and others in Aleppo
      during August, and was blamed for killing senior SNC
      commander Kamal Hamami (alias Abu Basir) in Latakia in
      July.
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      s insurgent landscape
      Outlook
      The sheer scale of the conflict in Syria and the country

      s
      particular religious importance to Sunni Muslims have
      resulted in the emergence of a qualitatively evolved jihad.
      From Al

      Qaeda

      affiliated Jabhat al

      Nusra and ISIL to
      jihadist groups such as Harakat Ahrar al

      Sham al

      Islamiyya and Suqor al

      Sham, the jihad
      ist struggle in
      Syria has been one in which militants are extensively
      socially engaged and aware of civilian concerns. ISIL has
      gone so far as to establish

      complaint departments

      in Al

      Raqqah and Aleppo, where civilians are free to submit
      objections to IS
      IL policies. Public relations and
      information campaigns promoting group

      provided
      services and advocating religiously acceptable behaviour
      are widespread in northern Syria, and jihadist groups
      maintain comprehensive co

      operative relationships with
      more mode
      rate anti

      government groups.
      A precedent has previously been set for such an
      exploitation of social engagement and

      hearts and minds

      tactics by Islamist militants, particularly by Al

      Qaeda in
      the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) front group Ansar al

      Sharia
      in Yem
      en in 2011. Moreover, an awareness of the
      importance of such social engagement and popular
      support was demonstrated in two letters, dated 21 May
      and 6 August 2012, sent by AQAP leader Nasir Abd

      al

      Karim al

      Wuhayshi to Al

      Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb
      (AQIM)
      leader Abdelmalek Droukdel (alias Abu Musab
      Abdelwadud). In these, he advised the group

      s militants in
      northeast Mali to

      be kind

      to locals, to provide electricity
      and running water to people living under AQIM control,
      and other such social policies. How
      ever, the
      comprehensive nature of the militant approach to such
      matters in Syria is unprecedented and represents a
      substantial evolution.
      AQI

      s reputation for brutal tactics in Iraq led to an initially
      negative reaction to ISIL

      s emergence in Syria. Howeve
      r,
      ISIL

      s adoption of previously existing Syrian militant
      strategies of social engagement and political

      military
      pragmatism led to a decline in this concern. In an audio
      statement issued on 30 July, senior ISIL spokesman
      Sheikh Abu Mohammed al

      Adnani even
      conceded
      previous AQI errors. He said in the statement,

      As for our
      mistakes we do not deny them. We will continue to make
      mistakes as long as we are humans, but Allah forbid that
      we commit mistakes deliberately.

      Jabhat al

      Nusra has
      shown similar awarenes
      s, for example when senior
      Egyptian commander Abu Ubayda al

      Masri issued a 20
      August statement providing advice to prospective
      jihadists in Egypt, in which he emphasised the importance
      of developing local relationships and presenting foreign
      fighters as po
      sitive influences within the local arena.
      Nonetheless, the increasingly vitriolic sectarianism
      prevalent in recent militant Islamist discourse suggests
      that a devolution of strategy and tactics is possible. The
      21 August alleged chemical weapons attack on
      Damascus

      s Ghouta region sparked a serious escalation
      of Islamist rhetoric. On 25 August, Jabhat al

      Nusra leader
      Golani announced the start of Operation An Eye for An
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      s insurgent landscape
      Eye; the operation

      s first attack killed the governor of
      Hama, Anas Abdul

      Razzaq Naem, la
      ter that day. Also on
      25 August, ISIL named its retaliatory operation as
      Operation Volcano of Revenge, which notably included
      several barrages of mortars and Grad rockets targeting
      central Damascus early on 26 August, including the Four
      Seasons Hotel, wher
      e United Nations chemical weapons
      inspectors were staying.
      The potential for such escalation to spread beyond
      jihadists was underlined in a 22 August video when the
      leaders of the SNC

      s north, east, central, and Homs fronts
      threatened to resign and begin a
      ttacking Syrian chemical
      weapons facilities

      in contravention of a previous
      purported ban by the SNC

      s external backers

      and to
      launch revenge attacks on Alawites. Later that day, a
      multi

      group offensive involving at least 10 groups

      including Jabhat al

      Nusra, Harakat Ahrar al

      Sham al

      Islamiyya, and several small SNC

      linked units

      was
      launched, targeting the town of Khanasser in Aleppo
      (which was later seized on 26 August), with the main
      objective reportedly being the capture of a suspected
      chemical wea
      pons research facility in nearby Al

      Safira.
      The situation has been further complicated by reports
      that the US was planning a limited series of strikes
      against the Syrian government and security forces in
      retaliation for the alleged use of chemical weapons
      on 21
      August. Although it is unclear what the impact on the
      nature and outcome of the conflict would be from a
      course of action remains unclear, it seems likely that
      Islamist militants would seek to capitalise even further in
      such an eventuality and extend
      their control over
      additional areas of the country
      .
      This
      analysis
      is abridged. The full
      analysis
      is available
      within
      IHS Jane

      s
      Terrorism & Insurgency
      Centre
      .
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  8. honui
    März 23, 2014 um 12:12 pm

    Fälschungen, wie bei dem Kosovo Krieg bereits Anfang 1998 durch die BBC, welche immer im voraus von Massaker Bescheid wissen.

    Steckt der saudische Geheimdienstchef »Chemie-Bandar« hinter den Chemiewaffenangriffen in Syrien?
    By Mahdi Darius Nazemroaya
    Global Research, September 09, 2013
    ………….
    http://www.globalresearch.ca/steckt-der-saudische-geheimdienstchef-chemie-bandar-hinter-den-chemiewaffenangriffen-in-syrien/5349279

  9. sabrio
    August 24, 2014 um 5:10 pm

    Saudi Prince Bandar ‘bin-Satan’ is real leader of al-Qaeda and a friend of the USA
    Posted on November 20, 2013 by michaellee2009

    We need to remember the 9/11, September 11th, terrorists were from Saudi, not Iraq or Afghanistan, although the incident was used as an excuse to invade and occupy those countries. This suggests that the USA’s alliance and co-operation with Al-Qaeda in Libya, Syria and Iraq is not a new phenomena and has been used to destabilize any country which is not 100% subservient to USA attempts at world hegemony and control of natural resources

    Syrian Ambassador to Jordan Bahjat Suleiman has called Saudi Prince “the real gang leader of terrorists fighting in Syria”.
    Saudi Arabia’s intelligence chief Prince Bandar bin Sultan (Bandar bin-Satan) is the head of al-Qaeda terrorist group and the founder of the Islamic State of Iraq and Levant in Syria, Suleiman said, according to an article in Arabic language Ray al-Youm website.

    Saudi Prince is real leader of al-Qaeda: Syrian envoy
    Suleiman said, Osama Bin Laden was the founder of al-Qaeda, Aymen Zahiri is their apparent leader, and Bandar bin Sultan is the real leader of al-Qaeda.

    He added that the Saudi Prince dwells in a residence near a militant-held area on Syria-Jordan border and leads the terrorists fighting in Syria from there.

    The Syrian ambassador also noted that the Syria-Jordan borders have been kept under the control of the so-called Free Syrian Army that enjoys Saudi Arabia’s support.

    Pointing out the Saudi regime’s crack-down on its own citizens Suleiman added, “Saudi Arabia is not in a stance to give lessons of democracy and freedom to the Syrian nation.”

    Saudi officials have denied being directly involved in the crisis in Syria, but there are many reports on Saudi regime’s huge financial supports to the Syria militants.

    The conflict in Syria started in March 2011, when pro-reform protests turned into a massive insurgency following the intervention of Western and regional states.

    The unrest, which took in terrorist groups from across Europe, the Middle East and North Africa, has transpired as one of the bloodiest conflicts in recent history.

    n00322501-b

    http://www.islamicinvitationturkey.com/2013/11/20/israeli-loyal-mad-dog-prince-bandar-forms-extraterritorial-military-unit-to-fight-in-yemen-and-syria/

    New information indicated that Saudi intelligence chief Prince Bandar bin Sultan will lead his country’s extraterritorial military force in a bid to conduct terrorist operations in Syria and Yemen. Prince Bandar forms extraterritorial military unit to fight in Yemen and Syria The Saudi extraterritorial force named ‘Muhammad Army’ is being established and its forces have undergone specialized trainings and it is fully equipped, Al-Rai Al-A’am news website reported.

    Prince Bandar and his brother and Saudi Deputy Defense Minister Salman Bin Sultan are supervising establishment of the ‘Muhammad Army’. The Saudi government has earmarked several billions of dollars for the establishment of Muhammad Army, training of the army’s forces in Jordan

    Bandar bin Sultan: Prince of Terrorists http://www.presstv.com/detail/2013/09/20/324951/bandar-bin-sultan-prince-of-terrorists/

  10. zumbani
    Januar 21, 2015 um 1:16 pm

    Jeder weiß es Nichts geschieht:

    Obama-Regierung hält Bericht über Finanzierung der Anschläge vom 11. September durch Saudi-Arabien weiter unter Verschluss
    Von Tom Carter
    20. Januar 2015

    Auch mehr als dreizehn Jahre nach den Anschlägen vom 11. September 2001 hängt ein Mantel des Schweigens über den Ereignissen.

    Das politische Establishment Amerikas nutzt jede Gelegenheit, um die Terroranschläge als Rechtfertigung für militärische Aggression im Ausland und den Aufbau eines Polizeistaates im Inland auszunutzen. Unmittelbar nach den Anschlägen wurde der „Krieg gegen den Terror“ ausgerufen, der bis heute andauert. Das offizielle Gedenken an die Anschläge ist zu einem staatlichen Ritual geworden. Allerdings behindert die US-Regierung weiterhin die Veröffentlichung von sachdienlichen Informationen über die Ereignisse des 11. September.

    Am 7. Januar forderten heutige und ehemalige Kongressabgeordnete und Familien der Opfer auf einer gemeinsamen Pressekonferenz die Veröffentlichung von 28 noch als vertraulich eingestuften Seiten eines Berichtes des Kongresses vom Dezember 2002 mit dem Titel „Gemeinsame Untersuchung der Geheimdienstaktivitäten vor und nach den Terroranschlägen im September 2001.“

    Diese Seiten wurden zum Zeitpunkt der Veröffentlichung des Berichtes von der Bush-Regierung als vertraulich eingestuft. Auf der Pressekonferenz am 7. Januar wurde auf die Tatsache hingewiesen, dass die Regierungen Bush und Obama seither die Veröffentlichung dieser redigierten Seiten verhindert haben.

    „Auf den 28 Seiten geht es hauptsächlich darum, wer die Anschläge finanziert hat, und sie zeigen recht klar auf Saudi-Arabien als wichtigsten Geldgeber“, sagte der ehemalige Demokratische Senator Bob Graham auf der Pressekonferenz. Graham war Co-Vorsitzender des Ausschusses und Mitverfasser des besagten Berichtes, daher weiß er aus eigener Erfahrung um dessen Inhalt.

    „Die 28 Seiten sind zwar das wichtigste und bekannteste, aber längst nicht das einzige Beispiel für Informationen, die wichtig zum Verständnis des Ausmaßes des 11. September sind, aber der amerikanischen Bevölkerung vorenthalten wurden“, fügte Graham hinzu. „Es geht nicht nur darum, dass einmal spezifische Informationen vorenthalten wurden“, sagte er weiter. „Es handelt sich um eine generelle Vertuschung der Rolle Saudi-Arabiens beim 11. September durch alle Behörden der Regierung,. Sie haben Informationen, die Saudi-Arabiens Rolle beim 11. September aufklären könnten.“

    Graham stellte den Sachverhalt so dar, als ginge es nur um „Inkompetenz“ und das Verlangen der Obama-Regierung, die Enthüllung dieser Inkompetenz zu vermeiden.

    Eine Organisation von Familienmitgliedern der Opfer der Anschläge auf das World Trade Center namens “9/11 Families United for Justice” setzt sich für die Freigabe der 28 Seiten ein. Terry Strada, deren Ehemann bei den Anschlägen auf das World Trade Center getötet wurde, ist Co-Vorsitzende der Organisation. „Als der ehemalige Präsident George W. Bush die 28 Seiten der gemeinsamen Untersuchung für vertraulich erklärte, hat er praktisch die Leute beschützt, die zumindest einige der Flugzeugentführer während ihres Aufenthaltes in diesem Land finanziell und logistisch unterstützt haben.“

    Auch ohne die vollständige Freigabe der 28 Seiten gibt es mehr als genug Beweise, dass Saudi-Arabien der wichtigste Geldgeber für die Anschläge am 11. September war, allerdings werden diese Beweise von den Medien und dem amerikanischen politischen Establishment vertuscht.

    Frühere Berichte und Veröffentlichungen deuten darauf hin, dass die vertraulichen 28 Seiten den Fall der beiden Entführer des Flugzeugs beschreiben, das ins Pentagon gestürzt ist, Nawaf al-Hazami und Khalid al-Mihdhar. Die beiden waren unter ihren eigenen Namen in die USA eingereist, nachdem sie in Malaysia eine islamistische Ausbildung abgeschlossen hatten, die von der CIA überwacht wurde. Sie trafen sich in Los Angeles mit Omar al-Bayoumi, der Beziehungen zum saudischen Geheimdienst hatte und laut freigegebenen Teilen des Berichtes „scheinbar unbegrenzte Geldmittel von Saudi-Arabien erhielt.

    Bayoumi hatte sich im saudischen Konsulat mit al-Hazami und al-Mihdhar getroffen und nahm sie mit nach San Diego, wo sie in den Monaten vor den Anschlägen am 11. September zusammen mit einem FBI-Informanten lebten. Asama Bassnan, ein Mitarbeiter von Bayoumi, erhielt Schecks vom damaligen saudischen Botschafter in den USA, Prinz Bandar, und seiner Frau – das Geld wurde zur Unterstützung der Entführer verwendet.

    In San Diego trafen sich die beiden mit Anwar al-Awlaki, dem islamischen Geistlichen und amerikanischen Staatsbürger, der im September 2011 von der Obama-Regierung ermordet wurde. Al-Awlaki hatte selbst merkwürdige Verbindungen zum amerikanischen Staat: nur wenige Monate vor den Anschlägen vom 11. September nahm er an einem Treffen mit Militärs im Pentagon teil, angeblich im Rahmen einer versuchten „Annhäherung“.

    Im Oktober letzten Jahres veröffentlichte Zacarias Moussaoui – der „zwanzigste Entführer,“ der momentan lebenslänglich in einem Hochsicherheitsgefängnis sitzt – einen Brief an das westliche Bezirksgericht von Oklahoma, in dem er behauptete, er habe dem saudischen Prinzen Turki bin Faisal Al Saud persönlich geholfen. Moussaoui nahm in Norman, Oklahoma, Flugunterricht, zusammen mit Mohammed Atta und Marwan al-Shehhi, zwei der mutmaßlichen Entführer vom 11. September.

    https://www.wsws.org/de/articles/2015/01/20/terr-j20.html

  11. navy
    November 22, 2016 um 4:01 pm

    Der ganze Gas Angriff, basierte damals auf falschen Informationen, was extrem durchsichtbar organisiert wurde.

    Michael Flynn, Trump’s national security advisor: 2013 gas attack in Syria was a false flag!?

    Published on Nov 21, 2016

    Credit to RT https://www.youtube.com/user/RussiaToday
    President-elect Donald Trump has named retired Lieutenant General Michael Flynn as his new national security adviser. The former DIA chief has been criticized in US circles for refusing to take an anti-Russian stance.

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