By : ( Thierry Meyssan )
Al-Zawahiri, along with his brother Ayman (now al-Qaeda leader), took part in the assassination of President Sadat.
He also joined NATO in the wars in Bosnia and Herzegovina and Kosovo. He led a KLA military unit.
After three years of calm, war between Muslims and Orthodox in the former Yugoslavia, in Kosovo, has resumed this time.
The Kosovo Liberation Army (UÇK) is a mafia gang trained by the German Special Forces (KSK) to fight at the Turkish base of Incirlik.The culture of Albanians and Yugoslav Muslims is Naqshbandi.
HaqanFidan, who later became head of Turkish intelligence, was the liaison officer between NATO and Turkey.
The old Arab Legion fighters merged into the UÇK, and one of its divisions was under the command of one of Ayman al-Zawahri’s brothers.
This division systematically destroyed Orthodox churches and monasteries and expelled Christians from the country. Back to the tradition of political assassinations in 1995, Osama bin Laden tried to liquidate Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak.He tried that again the following year with Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi.
The second attack was financed by the British intelligence with 100,000 pounds in an attempt to punish Libyan support for the Irish resistance, but the operation failed.Many Libyan officers fled to the UK, including Ramadan Abidi,
whose son will be charged years later by British intelligence for the Manchester attack.
This prompted Libya to send evidence to INTERPOL.
The first international arrest warrant was issued against Osama bin Laden personally, and he still had a public relations office in Londonistan.
The Arab Commission for Human Rights was founded in 1998 in Paris, under the chairmanship of Tunisian MoncefMarzouki and its Syrian spokesperson Haitham Al-Mannaa, with direct funding from the NED Foundation, which aims to defend those arrested by the Muslim Brotherhood in various Arab countries for their terrorist activities.
Marzouki is a left-wing doctor who has been working with the Brotherhood for a long time.Haytham al-Manna is a writer who manages the investments of Hassan al-Turabi and the Sudanese Brotherhood in Europe.
When Manna withdrew from the committee, his wife remained the director of the association. He was replaced by Algerian lawyer RachidMesli, who is also a lawyer for Abbas Madani and the Algerian Brotherhood.
The spiritual son of Turkish Islamist Necmettin Erbakan (center), RecepTayyip Erdogan (right), led his secret group, MiliGoros, organized arms deliveries to Chechnya, and housed the most prominent anti-Russian princes in Istanbul.
Zbigniew Brzezinski founded the American Committee for Peace in Chechnya in 1999 (after the Kosovo war and the seizure of power by the Islamists in Grozny).
While the first Chechen war was an internal Russian affair involving some Islamists, the latter sought to establish the Islamic Emirate of Ichkeria.Brzezinski, who had been preparing for this process for several years, tried to replicate the Afghan experience.
Chechen jihadists, such as ShamilBasayev, did not train in Sudan at bin Laden, but in Afghanistan at the Taliban. Throughout the war, they benefited from the “humanitarian” support of the Turkish MilliGörüş-Milliyya Movement of Necmettin Erbakan, RecepTayyip Erdogan, and IHH.
This last Turkish association was founded in Germany under the name of International Humanitarian Assistance (InternationaleHumanitäreHilfe).
After that, they organized several large operations: in particular against the Moscow theater in 2002 (170 dead and 700 wounded), and against a school in Beslan in 2004 (385 dead and 783 injured).
And against the city of Nalchik in 2005 (128 dead and 115 wounded).After the Beslan massacre and the killing of jihadist leader ShamilBasayev at a Fatih mosque in Istanbul, MilliGorush and the International Humanitarian Aid Society (IHH) organized a large funeral procession attended by tens of thousands of activists.
Destroying the US Embassy in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, on August 7, 1998, and presenting it as an “anti-American” attack ; left 11 dead and 85 injured.
But … no single American victim.
At that time, three major attacks were attributed to al-Qaeda. Yet, despite the importance of these operations, they represented a retreat for the NATO-integrated Islamists, who see themselves at the same time, downgraded to anti-American terrorists.
A truck bomb was detonated in 1996 in front of an eight-story tower in Al-Khobar, Saudi Arabia, killing 19 US soldiers. Responsibility for the attack was initially attributed to al-Qaeda, then transferred to Iran, and finally to no one.
In 1998, two bombs exploded in front of the US embassies in Nairobi (Kenya) and in Dar es Salaam (Tanzania), killing 298 Africans – not one American – and injuring more than 4,500 people. The attacks were claimed by an unknown army, the Islamic Army for the Liberation of Holy Places. According to the US authorities, the perpetrators may be members of the Islamic Jihad in Egypt in retaliation for the handover of four of its members. However, the authorities themselves accused Osama bin Laden of sponsoring the attacks, and the FBI finally issued an international arrest warrant.
In 2000, a suicide boat exploded in the body of the destroyer (USS Cole) in the port of Aden (Yemen). Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) claimed responsibility for the attack, but a US court blamed Sudan. The attacks took place amid continued cooperation between Washington and the Islamists. Thus, Osama bin Laden maintained his office in Londonistan until 1999.