We continue to publish Terry Meyssan’s book, ( Sous nosyeux ).
In this episode, the author describes how the terrorist organization of the Muslim Brotherhood was integrated into the Pentagon by attaching the group to anti-Soviet networks formed by former Nazis during the Cold War.
In 1998, Saudi-born Osama bin Laden and his Egyptian personal physician, Ayman al-Zawahiri, published a text titled “World Islamic Front against Jews and Crusaders.”
The text was distributed by their Advice and Reformation Committee in Londonistan.
Al-Zawahiri organized the assassination of President Sadat.He then worked for the Sudanese intelligence service of Hassan al-Turabi and Omar al-Bashir, who until now heads al-Qaeda.
Pentagon-sponsored Islamists: In the early 1990s, the Pentagon decided to integrate Islamists – who until then were exclusively affiliated with the CIA – into their activities.Gladio B, according to NATO intelligence in Europe, and then Gladio A, for a decade, all Islamist leaders – including Osama bin Laden and Ayman al-Zawahiri – were traveling aboard US Air Force planes.
The UK, Turkey and Azerbaijan participated in the process. As a result, the Islamists – until then only shadow fighters – have become publicly integrated into NATO forces.
Saudi Arabia, which is both a state and private property of the Al Saud family, has officially become an institution charged with administering global Islam. In 1992, the King of Saudi Arabia called for a Basic Law that states:
“The state protects the Islamic faith, applies the Sharia, orders the good, forbids evil, and fulfills the obligations of Islam. (…) Defending the Islamic faith, and the community of the Muslim nation, is a duty for all.”
One of the subjects of the king. “Charles, Prince of Wales (1993), placed the Oxford Center for Islamic Studies under his auspices, while Prince Turki, head of Saudi intelligence, ran the center.
This made London the public nerve center of Gladio B, to the extent that it is said of the fog city “Londonistan”.
Under the umbrella of the Muslim World League, the Arab Muslim Brotherhood and the Pakistan Muslim Group established many cultural and religious associations around the Finsbury Park Mosque.
This mechanism allowed the recruitment of many suicide bombers, some of whom attacked the Russian Beslan school in Richard Reid.
In particular, Londonistan includes many media outlets, publishing houses, newspapers (Al-Hayat and Al-Sharq al-Awsat – headed by the sons of the current King of Saudi Arabia Salman) and television stations (MBC’s collection of Prince Alwaleed bin Talal, approximately twenty channels) which are not addressed to the Diaspora Muslims.
In the UK, and indeed for the Arab world, because the agreement between the Islamists and Saudi Arabia takes into account its expansion in the UK “frees their hands fully to work, but with the prohibition of interference in domestic politics.”
This group employs several thousand people, and spends large sums of money, which remained public until the attacks of September 11 (2001), where it became impossible for the British to continue to justify its existence.
Abu Musab, the “Syrian” (here with Osama bin Laden), developed a “strategy of tension” in the Islamic sense. He openly set up an agency in Madrid and London to oversee terrorist attacks in Europe.
Abu Musab, the “Syrian” – a survivor of the failed coup in Hama, who became a liaison officer between bin Laden and the Algerian Armed Islamic Group – became one of the theorists of the “decentralized jihad”.