After Abu Musab became “Syrian” theorist of “decentralized jihad” in his call for global Islamic resistance in Islamic terms, the theory originally known as “strategy of tension.”
They are intended to provoke the authorities to provoke a terrible repression leading the people to revolt against them. This theory has already been used by the CIA / NATO GLADIO networks by manipulating the extreme European left, during the 1970s and 1980s Bader Meinh of gang (Germany), Red Brigades (Italy), Action directe (France).
Of course, that strategy was unsuccessful, and the CIA/NATO knew that its chances of success were slim – it never won anywhere – but it sought to use the state’s repressive reaction to put its men in power.
“Syrian” Abu Musab defines Europe – not the United States anyway – the next battlefield of the Islamists.
He fled France in 1995, following the attacks that year. Two years later, in Madrid and Londonistan, he founded the Islamic Conflict Studies Office, similar to the Aginter Press agency, created by the CIA in Lisbon in the 1960s and 1970s.
The two structures have excelled in organizing the attacks under false flags (from attacks attributed to the extreme left in Fontana Square in 1969) to those attributed to Muslims in London in 2005.
The Brotherhood’s communications advisor, Mahmoud Jibril al-Warfali, trains Muslim dictators to speak in a democratic language.
He reorganized Al Jazeera, became responsible for the resettlement of US companies during the Gaddafi regime in Libya, and finally led the overthrow of Gaddafi himself.
Simultaneously, the Brotherhood developed a comprehensive training program for pro-American Arab leaders.
The Libyan, Mahmoud Jibril al-Warfali, a professor at the University of Pittsburgh, taught them how to talk “politically correct.”
He also trained princes and generals (Saudis, Bahrainis, Egyptians, Emiratis, Jordanians, Kuwaitis, Moroccans, Tunisians and Singaporeans).
By blending public relations principles and studying World Bank reports, the worst dictators can talk about their democratic ideals and their deep respect for human rights without smiling.
The war against Algeria overwhelmed France. Jacques Chirac and his interior minister, Charles Pasqua, cut Paris’s support for the Muslim Brotherhood and banned even Youssef al-Qaradawi’s (the Brotherhood’s preacher) books.
They were concerned with maintaining the French presence in the Arab West, which the British wanted to erase from the map.
The GIA took passengers of a French Airlines flight from Algiers to Paris as hostages (1994), detonated bombs on the metro and on a Parisian train in1995, she planned a massive – thwarted – attack during the 1998 World Cup, involving a plane crashing over a nuclear power plant.
Each time, the suspects managed to escape and sought refuge in Londonistan.
The Arab Legion, headed by Osama bin Laden, was presented to President Alija Izetbegovic in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
The war in Bosnia and Herzegovina began in 1992 and on Washington’s instructions, ISI, which until then had financial support from Saudi Arabia, sent 90,000 men to participate against the Serbs (Moscow-backed).
Osama bin Laden was granted a Bosnian diplomat’s passport and became military adviser to President Alija Izetbegovic (while Richard Perle of the United States and Bernard Henry Levy of France as his media adviser).
Bin Laden formed the Arab Legion of Afghanistan veterans and distributed funding to the Muslim World League. In a sectarian or competitive reaction with Saudi Arabia, the Islamic Republic of Iran also came to the aid of Bosnian Muslims.
In agreement with the Pentagon, it sent a few hundred Revolutionary Guards and a unit of the Lebanese Hezbollah. Most importantly, it provided most of the weapons used by the Bosnian army.
The Russian intelligence, which penetrated bin Laden’s camp, found that everything related to correspondence and papers of the “Arab Legion” was written in English, and that the Legion receives its orders directly from NATO.
A special international tribunal was set up after the war, which prosecuted many fighters for war crimes, but did not prosecute any members of the Arab Legion.