More prize disinformation dutifully carried by the BBC. This time it reports that Al Qaeda’s deputy leader has blasted Iran for claiming that Israel was behind 9/11.
It’s a lie; he insists on an audiotape posted on the Internet, we did it!
But you really have to wonder if the BBC’s employees are really this stupid? Or are they consciously spreading disinformation without any qualms or questions?
Below we post a BBC report on Al-Qaeda’s deputy leader accusing Iran of trying to discredit the organisation by claiming that Israel was involved in 9/11.
Given the fact that there is a growing body of evidence of Israeli involvement in the events of 9/11, and that the very existence of Al-Qaeda as an authentic “terror” organisation has been called into question, it’s more than likely that Ayman al-Zawahiri’s outburst is actually part of an MI6/CIA/MOSSAD disinformation program.
Indeed there substantial evidence that MOSSAD or its UK/US allies are behind many of Al-Qaeda’s claims.
From the fact that employees of an Israeli instant messaging service were warned of the 9/11 attacks hours before they occurred to the telltale motif on the curtains behind Ayman al-Zawahiri in the photo (right), there is every indication that this is largely MI6 and/or CIA/MOSSAD driven disinformation.
But don’t expect the BBC to tell you that. The organisation is in fact a key element in this disinformation drive.
So although the BBC reports that the comments below “underline al-Qaeda’s increasing public hostility towards Iran”, you’ll get a clearer picture of what’s really happening if you change the word Israel for al-Qaeda.
For despite the comments at the end of the report, this BBC report is another example of prime time disinformation. And to add insult to injury, BBC viewers are expected to pay for this in their annual licence fee.
BBC Online – April 22, 2008
Al-Qaeda’s deputy leader, Ayman al-Zawahiri, has blamed Iran for spreading the theory that Israel was behind the 11 September 2001 attacks.
In an audio tape posted on the internet, Zawahiri insisted al-Qaeda had carried out the attacks on the US.
He accused Iran, and its Hezbollah allies, of trying to discredit Osama Bin Laden’s network.
Correspondents say the comments underline al-Qaeda’s increasing public hostility towards Iran.
In a two-hour audiotape posted on an Islamist website, Osama Bin Laden’s chief deputy responded to questions posted by al-Qaeda sympathisers.
In response to a question about persistent rumours in the Middle East that Israel was involved in the 9/11 attacks, Zawahiri said the rumour had begun on the Hezbollah television station, Al-Manar.
“The purpose of this lie is clear – [to suggest] that there are no heroes among the Sunnis who can hurt America as no-one else did in history, he said.
“Iranian media snapped up this lie and repeated it.”
Zawahiri went on to criticise Iran for co-operating with the US in its 2001 invasion of Afghanistan, that helped to oust the Taleban.
“Iran’s aim here is also clear – to cover up its involvement with America in invading the homes of Muslims in Afghanistan and Iraq,” he said.
This is the second verbal attack on Iran, a predominantly Shia Muslim country.
Earlier this month, in an audiotape marking the fifth anniversary of the fall of Iraq’s leader Saddam Hussein, the al-Qaeda deputy accused Iran of planning to annexe southern Iraq and the eastern part of the Arabian peninsula.
BBC security correspondent Rob Watson says such messages appear designed to play on Sunni fears throughout the region of growing Iranian influence, and to present al-Qaeda as the best bulwark against Tehran.
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