Malaysian, Indonesian, airliners loom “missing” as new 9/11-style attack on America lingers, report warns
By Shepard Ambellas
YEMEN (INTELLIHUB.COM) — The new issue of Inspire, an online Al-Qaeda affiliate, pictures the undercarriage of a commercial airliner’s fuselage being blown apart, suggesting that Jihad extremists target commercial airliners in the Western world to appease Allah.
Could this Al-Qaeda-backed publication, propaganda, intertwine with the missing airliners from both Indonesia and Malaysia?
Interestingly the founder of the Inspire, Samir Zafar Khan, has ties to “Saudi”, “Pakistani”, and “New York State” connections. However, Khan was said to have been killed in a Yemeni drone strike back in 2011, as reported by the Washington Post in a recent article.
Kahn’s publications are considered to be ‘golden’ among jihad extremists, so much so as to the fact that even the Boston Marathon bombers read up on his ideological reports, later implementing the “pressure cooker” bomb, or so the official story goes.
While more piles of evidence mount, one thing we do know for sure is that both groups, Al-Qaeda and ISIS, are and have been primarily funded by the Central Intelligence Agency (C.I.A.) since their inception.
Moreover and right smack-dab out in front of our very own faces it has also been reported that the top Al-Qaeda leader, Anwar Al-Awlaki, “dined at the Pentagon” while having meetings with top-tier U.S. and allied contacts “just months after 9/11”.
To boot Paul Joseph Watson describes how a British newspaper reported Jamal Maarouf, with the help of the CIA and Saudi and Qatari intelligence, created the Syrian Revolutionary Front (SRF), a collection of “moderate” fighters who reportedly launched attacks against the ISIS and its jihadist allies.
Watson goes on to write:
As it turns out, the war against ISIS is not what the establishment media in the West make it out to be. […] Maarouf told The Independent the fight against al-Qaeda was “not our problem” and admitted the mercenaries he leads with U.S., Saudi and Qatari help conduct joint operations with Jabhat al-Nusra, seen as the de facto al-Qaeda branch in Syria. Maarouf told the newspaper he does not have a problem working with al-Qaeda so long as the objective is the ouster of the al-Assad government.
So essentially as long as it benefits them they will fund and or work alongside the enemy.
Additionally Western intelligence has warned of such “lone wolf” attacks earlier this year.
Sheikh Nasr Al Ansi was quoted in the magazine saying, “The Lions of Allah who are all over the globe, some call them lone wolves – should know they are the West’s worst nightmare. So do not belittle your operations. Do not undermine your Jihad.”
Al-Qaeda warns of more lone wolves — The Telegraph
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