By : ( Thierry Meyssan )
The (CIA) has begun to organize alliances between the Brotherhood and secular parties or figures in all countries in the region.
At the same time, it has linked the two branches of Gladio by weaving ties between Western Nazi groups and Eastern Islamic groups.
These alliances were often lame, the National Congress of the Libyan Opposition, to name a few.
In London, the Brotherhood wasn’t able to attract many around them, except the Islamic Fighting Group (Al Qaeda in Libya) and the Wahhabi Sanusi group.
The program platform planned to restore the monarchy and make Islam the state religion. More convincing is the Constitution of the National Salvation Front in Berlin, which formalized the union between the Brotherhood and the former Syrian vice president (Abdel Halim Khaddam).
During the conference of the anti-imperialist Ternopol Front (2007), Dmytro Erosh held an intersection between the Nazis in Gladio A and the Islamists in Gladio B, and then became Deputy Secretary of the National Security Council of Ukraine after the “Color Revolution” in 2014.
On May 8, 2007, a Nazi group and Islamists in Ternopol (Western Ukraine) established an anti-imperialist front to fight Russia, with the participation of organizations from Lithuania, Poland, Ukraine, and Russia, including Islamic separatists in the Crimea, From Adygea, Dagestan, Ingushetia, Kabardino-Balkaria (in the Caucasus Mountains), Karachay-Circassia, Ossetia, and Chechnya.
Unable to get there due to international sanctions against him, Doku Umarov – who abolished Chechnya and declared the Islamic Emirate of Ichkeria – his participation was read in absentia.
Then headed the emerging front, Dmitro Yurch, who would later become the head of the National Security Council of Ukraine during the February 2014 coup in Kiev.
In Lebanon, in May and June (2007), the army imposed a siege on the Palestinian camp in Nahr al-Bared, after Fatah al-Islam members were entrenched there.
The fighting lasted for 32 days, and the confrontations claimed the lives of 76 Lebanese soldiers, 30 of whom were beheaded.
Turkish-Irish Mahdi Hamed al-Hamdi, nicknamed Mehdi al-Harati, a CIA agent aboard the Freedom Flotilla, was sighted embracing President Erdogan who came to visit him in hospital.
He later became the second man in the Free Syrian Army.
In 2010, the Brotherhood organized the Freedom Flotilla by an Islamic humanitarian organization.
The aim of this operation is officially to challenge the Israeli blockade and provide humanitarian assistance to the people of Gaza.
In fact, the main ship of this fleet changed its flag while sailing, and continued its way under the Turkish flag.
Many spies were indicted with peaceful activists involved in the campaign. Among them was an Irish member of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), Mehdi al-Harati.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has fallen into the trap set by the United States when he gave orders to attack ships in international waters. The whole world rebuked condemning piracy, under the gloating gloomy of the White House.
Israel, which supplied weapons to jihadists in Afghanistan and supported the creation of Hamas against the Palestine Liberation Organization of Yasser Arafat, turned against the Islamists in 2008 and bombed them and the people of Gaza.
In this way, Netanyahu paid the bill for Operation Cast Lead with Saudi Arabia, contrary to White House advice.
Eventually, Israel was forced to release the passengers of the Freedom Flotilla, and the Turkish media showed Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan visiting Mehdi Harati in the hospital.
(To be continued ….)