The Covert Origins of ISIS…and the long time planned plot against humanity


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The fact that the CIA was actively working to help the Libyan rebels topple Gaddafi was no secret, nor were the airstrikes that Obama ordered against the Libyan government. However, little was said about the identity or the ideological leanings of these Libyan rebels. Not surprising, considering the fact that the leader of the Libyan rebels later admitted that his fighters included Al-Qaeda linked jihadists who fought against allied troops in Iraq.

Originally posted on the real SyrianFreePress Network:

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The Covert Origins of ISIS

A NEW SCGNEWS REPORT

Evidence exposing who put ISIS in power,
and how it was done.

The Islamic militant group ISIS, formerly known as Al-Qaeda in Iraq, and recently rebranded as the so called Islamic State, is the stuff of nightmares. They are ruthless, fanatical, killers, on a mission, and that mission is to wipe out anyone and everyone, from any religion or belief system and to impose Shari’ah law. The mass executions, beheadings and even crucifixions that they are committing as they work towards this goal are flaunted like badges of pride, video taped and uploaded for the whole world to see. This is the new face of evil.

Would it interest you to know who helped these psychopaths rise to power? Would it interest you to know who armed them, funded them and trained them? Would it interest you to know why?

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Discovery: how media lies documentary film – CNN CBS FOX NEWS channel distorted contents


Discovery: how media lies documentary film – CNN CBS FOX NEWS channel distorted contents

Discovery: how media lies documentary film – CNN CBS FOX NEWS channel distorted contents

This eye-opening long documentary film elaborates on the discovery of American media lies by comparing how news are delivered to the US population and to other countries around the world. The film provides a striking comparison of U.S. and international media coverage of the crisis in the ME zeroing in on how structural distortions in U.S. coverage have reinforced false perceptions of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict for example. This pivotal documentary exposes how the foreign policy interests of American political elites–oil, and a need to have a secure military base in the region, among others–work in combination with lsraeIi public relations strategies to exercise a powerful influence over how news from the region is reported. Through the voices of scholars, media critics, peace activists, religious figures, and Middle East experts, the documentary carefully analyzes and explains how–through the use of language, framing and context–the lsraeIi occupation of the West Bank and Gaza remains hidden in the news media, and lsraeIi colonization of the occupied terrorities appears to be a defensive move rather than an offensive one. The documentary also explores the ways that U.S. journalists, for reasons ranging from intimidation to a lack of thorough investigation, have become complicit in carrying out lsraeI’s PR campaign. At its core, the documentary raises questions about the ethics and role of journalism, and the relationship between media and politics.

 

Doctors: Rasmussen clinically dead


Doctors: Rasmussen clinically dead

I can not say I am sorry for him, God is paying him back for all the destruction he and his lackeys did in Yugoslavia, Libya, Iraq, Afghanistan and anywhere NATO PUT its foot in it. He was/is arrogant and he never felt sorry for the people who where killed especially the children. I hope he and his family suffer the same way we have suffered with the loss of a loved one. I apologize that I have no remorse for this man as he should be put on trial by the ICC as a war criminal. 

Rasmussen in St. Petersburg from kremlin.ru  CC BY 3.0

Rasmussen in St. Petersburg from kremlin.ru CC BY 3.0

Drama Fogh around the long-standing NATO Secretary General Anders Rasmussen. Suspected of having a stroke, he was admitted to a hospital in Brussels yesterday. Unfortunately, the worst fears have been confirmed. Rasmussen lying in the ICU and had fallen into a coma. Although he could still talk, but only talk gibberish, which can be excluded, according to the doctors remaining brain activities mostly. However, the doctors are puzzled.

“The stroke has occurred not only yesterday.” Said chief physician Dr. Ruger Holgenbauer, “That must be a long time ago! After an untreated stroke it often takes a few days for the function of the brain exposed.Nevertheless, Rasmussen is still occurred for years at conferences. He has given speeches there, although he was already brain dead and no one noticed anything! “

According to the narrowest circles around him Rasmussen had never shown any abnormalities. His secretary said he was “as always”. The stroke was discovered purely by chance then, as Rasmussen in a pedestrian zone approached a homeless man. “I thought he was a junkie,” says Vincent Bossut, “which is a bit too much Chrystal Meth has nibbled because he with me” shit Putin appealed “. His face was so disfigured, as we know it by Chrystal Meth consumer forth. Since I can call an ambulance for safety’s sake. “

In the hospital the doctors have recognized the random signs of the stroke.

Rasmussen was particularly noticed, as he is a  conspiracy between Greenpeace and Russia against Fracking suspected. Even then, rumors about a possible already came Drugs Rasmussen on. How now turned out to be anything different.

For the doctors, now begs the question, how long Rasmussen has to stay connected to the spoke oppressive systems that tell him permanently deter nonsense.His wife enjoys under its own account on any of their patients available man. Currently is checked whether any one of his friends has one. The search should not take long. Besides Barack Obama, Angela Merkel and a few Polish government officials, Rasmussen took a long time no more seriously.

 

U.S. report reveals a secret about the names and nationalities of 131 financiers “Daash” in Iraq and Syria, including 12 Iraqi businessmen and the Saudis and Yemenis


U.S. report reveals a secret about the names and nationalities of 131 financiers “Daash” in Iraq and Syria, including 12 Iraqi businessmen and the Saudis and Yemenis

The report confirms that there are 131 funded’s (Daash), including 12 businessmen and academics Iraqis and Saudis and Yemenis

A report documents U.S. for (131) name for the academics, activists and clerics belonging to the (31) state from around the world, providing support legitimate “jihadist movements and armed groups, and among these, as indicated by the documents, (12) Personal Iraqi political and religious, most notably (6) influential businessmen in the Iraqi market.

The Foreign Ministry issued a U.S. report, earlier this month, stating that private donations from the Gulf States remained the main source of financing terrorist groups and reveal documents that support the legitimate “jihadist movements consists of (7) forms, the most important financial support through charity donations and zakat, after stirring passion and enthusiasm Muslims “, preceded by the support to improve the image of legitimate armed jihad recruitment and call him.”

The documents names (28) Personal Saudi support for the so-called jihad “and (12) Iraqi figure, most notably (6) businessmen influential in the Iraqi market, and (10), Pakistanis, and (8) of Algeria, and (6) the Palestinians , and (6) Moroccan, and (6) characters from Senegal, and (6) Indonesians, 5 figures Kuwaiti, and 4 of Eritrea, and 3 from Turkey, and (4) people from Egypt, Lebanon, and (2) of Britain, to along with figures from Ghana, Sudan, Jordan, Yemen, Qatar, Bahrain, Comoros, Kenya, Somalia, Mauritania, Nigeria, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Bangladesh, and other residents in Sweden, the Netherlands and Australia.
It showed the documents: that the types of support also includes providing the necessary support for the holding of conferences and seminars to expand relations between the leaders of the armed factions or on behalf of the coordinate and expand their operations jihadist and ways of financing and determine the cost of “support numerous classifications according to the documents, includes the allocation of adequate funds for the development of websites factions and movements jihadist, in addition to support the publication of books, letters and other publications. “

Financiers and Iraqis, according to the documents, that mostly was enriched at the expense of his relationship with the former regime, and now run businesses in the Iraqi market is commercial agencies and remittances companies, banks and civil, as well as investment in the industry and a variety of businesses. “
According to the documents, that the funding mainly goes to the foundation and the Army of the Mujahideen Brigades and Hamas and the Islamic Army of Iraq, which is the largest armed faction in the country. “
According to the documents, one of the most prominent politicians, businessmen, who has custody of Wi-News “on anonymity, depends on the Army of the Mujahideen and he considers his strike in the event of exposure to any problems.”
Based on previous reports of security: the size of the fund jihadist operations in Iraq have arrived at two million dollars a month, all of which come from abroad. “…

In spite of the conditions imposed by the U.S. State Department with the assistance of the Treasury on the banks and the sources and destinations of remittances in the world, but that the money donors deployed in various Islamic countries are still an important source of jihadist movements and al-Qaeda in Iraq, the traditional ways of funding sources, and adopted the taxation commercial and industrial activities in the areas it controls.
In Syria, was the oil more non-traditional sources of financing the activities of armed jihadist movements, which dominated the front victory beginning at oil refineries and wells in many areas, Mrs. Mubarak Deir ez-Zor and Al-Hasakah and proceeded to extract oil and sell it provided its financial revenues about 2.4 million dollars days, or about 72 million per month, which helped to finance the armed activity.

The names of the financiers of terrorist movements (jihadist) and al-Qaeda in Alacherq East, Iraq, and Syria in particular, according to the documents:

1. Dr. Ibrahim bin Hamad wheelchair-bound, a former university professor and a businessman / Saudi Arabia
2. Sheikh Ibrahim bin Abdul Rahman Ibrahim, who is president of Birr Charity Society Balauaquilih / Saudi Arabia
3. Shaikh Ebrahim bin Mohammed Al-Jarallah, a university professor and a businessman / Saudi Arabia
4. Dr. Ibrahim bin Nasser Nasser, an Islamic preacher / Saudi Arabia
5. Dr. Ibrahim board, director of studies at the University of Dakar / Senegal

6. Dr. Ahmad Abu Aleppo, president of the Association for Islamic Studies in Jerusalem / Gaza – Palestine

7. Dr. Ahmad Chris, head of the Unification Movement and the Reform / Morocco
8. Sheikh Ahmed Korean, Cleric / Mauritania
9. Dr. Ahmed bin Rashid bin Saeed, a university professor / Saudi Arabia
10. Dr. Ahmed Hussein Dabash, Cleric / Iraq
11. Mr. Ahmed salary rasp, director of the publishing house of valuables / Lebanon
12. Sheikh Adam, Noah, Adam, Cleric / Ghana
13. Sheikh Ejaz Afzal Khan, Amir of the Islamic group in Kashmir / Pakistan
14. Khudair seven Sheikh Amin al-Janabi, Cleric / Iraq
15. Dr. Jalluli Bozzoana, university professor / Algeria

16. Dr. Habib Adami, professor / Algeria
17. Sheikh Sadiq Abdullah Abdul Majid, Cleric / Sudan
18. Sheikh Qazi Hussain Ahmed, Amir of JI / Pakistan
19. Professor Boujamaa Ayad, a businessman / Algeria
20. Mr. Tawfiq bolus Anis, a businessman / Lebanon
21. Dr. Jassim bin Mohammed bin sleazy Yaseen, Cleric / Kuwait
22. Dr. Jamal Sultan, editor of the new magazine Manar / Egypt
23. Professor Jamil Mohammed Ali Farsi, a businessman / Saudi Arabia
24. Dr. Harith Suleiman al-Dhari, Cleric / Iraq
25. Sheikh Hafiz Abdul Rahman Makki, Cleric / Pakistan

26. Sheikh Hafiz Mohammad Saeed, the Amir-ud-Dawa / Pakistan
27. Governor Dr Al-Mutairi, Secretary-General of the Salafi Movement / Kuwait
28. Sheikh Hamed al-Ali, a university professor / Kuwait
29. Sheikh Hijazi Wadia, Islamic activist / Palestine
30. Sheikh Hassan Moussa, chairman of the Swedish Board of Imams / Sweden
31. Rawashda Mr. Hussein, a writer and journalist / Jordan
32. Dr. Hussein bin Mohammed al-Hazmi famous, university professor / Saudi Arabia
33. Omar Sheikh Hussein Bin Mahfouz Shoaib, managing editor of Forum magazine / Yemen
34. Sheikh Hussein Moussa Hussein, Cleric / Eritrea
35. Hamdi Sheikh Arslan, teacher Fatih Mosque / Turkey
36. Sheikh Hamoud bin Abdul Aziz Al-Tuwaijri, Cleric / Saudi Arabia
37. Dr. Khalid bin Ibrahim Duweish, university professor / Saudi Arabia
38. Sheikh Mohammed Khader Habib, an Islamic preacher / Palestine
39. Sheikh Khalifa bin Mohammed master, Cleric / Qatar
40. Professor Drupal Abdul-Wahab, a member of Renaissance Movement / Algeria
41. Professor winner Qandil, a businessman / Algeria
42. Dr. Rashid bin Misfer al-Zahrani, Cleric / Saudi Arabia
43. Sheikh Rashid largest pilgrimage, the Emir of JI / Sri Lanka
44. Sheikh Ahmed Hamdi B, Cleric / Thailand
45. Sheikh Ramadan Mohammed Nur, Cleric / Eritrea

46. Sheikh Zakaria Cisse, preacher and lecturer in Krmesar / Senegal
47. Mr. Zaki Saleh Nahdi, Cleric / Indonesia
48. Sheikh Sajid Ali piety, the leader of the Islamic Movement / Pakistan
49. Sagaf Dr. Salem Al-Jafari, head of the Indonesian Committee for the Defense of the Afghan people – the director of the Advisory Board for the application of Islamic law / Indonesia
50. Sheikh Salem Abdul Rahim Barhian, Cleric / Kenya
51. Dr. Sami Rashid al-Janabi, Cleric / Iraq
52. Dr. Saud bin Hasan Mukhtar, professor / Saudi Arabia
53. Professor Said Green Mercy, Cleric / Algeria
54. Said Dr Burhanuddin, Head of the School of Imam Shafi’i / Comoros
55. Dr. Safir bin Abdul Rahman al-Hawali, Cleric / Saudi Arabia
56. Sheikh Salman bin Fahd al-Awda, Cleric / Saudi Arabia
57. Dr. Sulaiman bin Saleh Rashudi, businessman / Saudi Arabia
58. Mr. Sulaiman bin Abdullah Al-Essa, a businessman / Saudi Arabia
59. Sheikh listens and right, the leader of Jamiat Ulema Islam (private) / Pakistan
60. Professor Sir Ghali Lu, Cleric / Senegal
61. Sheikh Ahmed Shah Noorani, leader of Jamiat Ulema Pakistan and a member of the Senate / Pakistan
62. Shaher bin Abdul Raouf Batterjee, a businessman / Saudi Arabia
63. Sheikh Sharif Hussein, Imam of the Mosque of Omar ibn al-Khattab / Australia
64. Chaouki Ben Sheikh Abdul Rahman Al Mannai, Cleric / Bahrain
65. Dr. Sheikh Ahmed Limo, Chairman of the Coordination Council of Islamic Organizations / Nigeria…

66. Sheikh Professor Diane BMP, Cleric / Senegal
67. Sheikh Saleh bin Othman Al-Ghamdi, a businessman / Saudi Arabia
68. Mr. Saleh Ali Saleh, an Islamic preacher / Eritrea
69. Dr. Tarek Saleh Jamal, a university professor / Saudi Arabia
70. Dr. Tarek Abdel Halim, director of Dar Al-Arqam / Canada
71. Dr. Tahir Ahmad Lulu, Cleric / Palestine
72. Sheikh Taher Mahmoud Guelleh, the director of the Holy Quran Radio / Somalia
73. Sheikh Adel Ben Ali Sheikh, an Islamic preacher / Bahrain
74. Dr. Adel Al-Junaidi, Cleric / Hebron – Palestine
75. Dr. Ayesh Rajab al-Qubaisi, Cleric / Iraq
76. Sheikh Abdelbari Zamzami, Cleric / Morocco
77. Sheikh Abdul Hay Amor, Cleric / Morocco
78. Professor Azzedine bulldozer, a businessman / Algeria
79. Dr. Ali Mukul VMA, university professor / Yemen
80. Sheikh Brigadan patience, Chairman scientists Indonesia / Indonesia
81. Professor Back Suleiman Mustafa Abu Eid, an Islamic preacher / Palestine
82. Dr. Awad bin Mohammed Al-Qarni, a former university professor and lawyer / Saudi Arabia
83. Sheikh Issa Ochala Salahuddin, Cleric / Nigeria
84. Professor Issa Gay, Cleric / Senegal
85. Dr. Ghulam greatest, the Emir of the Islamic group formerly / 86 Bangladesh. Sheikh Ghulam Rasool Fallahi, President of the Organization of Islamic / Nepal

87. Sheikh Fateh launched a the second, Cleric / Benin
88. Dr. Fatima Brash, a university professor / Algeria
89. Dr. Fatima Khnaifes Althbyta, university professor / Saudi Arabia
90. Mr. Fayez Saleh Jamal, writer and businessman / Saudi Arabia
91. Freeh Sheikh Ali bin Turki bin Oqla, an Islamic preacher and lawyer / Saudi Arabia
92. Sheikh Farid bin Osman Habib, an Islamic preacher / Saudi Arabia
93. Sheikh Fazlur Rehman, leader of Jamiat Ulema Islam / Pakistan
94. Sheikh Ahmad Fahad Mubarak Al-Thani, Cleric / Qatar
95. Professor Muhammad sleek Shahura, Cleric / Indonesia
96. Dr. Mohammed Habib, Altgkane a university professor / Morocco
97. Mr. Mohamed Rasheed Jabr Al-Rashid, a businessman / Saudi Arabia
98. The Rocky Sheikh Mohammed, a university professor / Morocco
99. Judge Mohammed Sadiq Mughallis, a university professor and judge / Yemen
100. Sheikh Mohammed Al Awadi, Cleric / Kuwait
101. Dr. Mohammad Din Syamsuddin, chairman of Muhammadiyah Association / Indonesia
102. Sheikh Mohammed olive Two drawings, president of the Association of Islamic unity Bmaxr / Indonesia
103. Dr. Mohammed Sajid Mir Mir bin Abdul Gayoom, the leader of Jamiat Ahl-talk / Pakistan
104. Sheikh Mohammed Saeed Abdullah Pavel, Cleric / Saudi Arabia
105. Sheikh Mohammed Sulaiman Abda, thinker and writer / United Kingdom

106. Sheikh Mohamed Abdou Ibrahim Ali, of Al-Azhar scholars / Egypt
107. Dr. Mohammed Ayash al-Kubaisi, Cleric / Iraq
108. Professor Muhammad Kazem Sawalha, president of the Islamic Association / United Kingdom
109. Dr. Mohammad Kurd, president of the Islamic University of Europe / Netherlands
110. Mr. Mohamed Mbeki Leandro, Cleric / Senegal
111. Orphan Sheikh Mohammed, an Islamic writer / Morocco
112. Sheikh Mahmoud Idris addicted, Cleric / Eritrea
113. Sheikh Murad Yasha, Cleric / Turkey
114. Dr. Musa bin Mohammed Al-Qarni, a university professor and lawyer / Saudi Arabia
115. Dr. Nasser Al-Sane, Cleric / Kuwait
116. Dr. Nasser bin Suleiman Age, Cleric / Saudi Arabia
117. Sheikh Nizamuddin Camesi, an Islamic scholar / Pakistan
118. Sheikh Nur al-Din Yildiz, Cleric / Turkey
119. VMA Dr Hashim Ali, a university professor / Saudi Arabia

 

source: linkis.com

On Libya, Now They Tell Us


On Libya, Now They Tell Us

 

The U.S. capture of an alleged al-Qaeda terror leader in Libya underscores the failure of the major news media to give the public the full story during the military intervention that led to Muammar Gaddafi’s ouster and murder. Mainstream journalists behaved more like propagandists, as Robert Parry reported in 2011.

By Robert Parry (Published on Sept. 15, 2011)

During the six-month uprising against Muammar Gaddafi, major U.S. news outlets repeated again and again that the Libyan dictator was behind the 1988 bombing of Pan Am 103 over Lockerbie, Scotland, and they ignored warnings that militant Islamists were at the core of the anti-Gaddafi rebel army.

Indeed, for Americans to get alternative views on these points, they had to search out Web sites, like Consortiumnews.com, which had the audacity not to march in lockstep with the rest of the Western media. Only outside the mainstream press would you find significant questions asked about the certainty over Libya’s guilt in the Pan Am bombing and about the makeup of the rebels.

Libyan Ali al-Megrahi, whose conviction as the “Lockerbie bomber” remains a point of historical dispute.

Now, after the United States and its NATO allies have engineered the desired “regime change” in Libya – under the pretext of “protecting civilians” – those two points are coming more into focus. The New York Times and the Washington Post finally acknowledged that radical Islamists, including some with links to al-Qaeda, are consolidating their power inside the new regime in Tripoli.

And, the proverbial dog not barking – even as Libya’s secret intelligence files have been exposed to the eyes of Western journalists – is the absence of any incriminating evidence regarding Libya’s role in the Lockerbie case. Earlier interrogations of Libya’s ex-intelligence chief Moussa Koussa by Scottish authorities also apparently came up empty, as he was allowed to leave London for Qatar.

Since Gaddafi’s fall, news outlets also have reported that Libyan intelligence agent, Ali al-Megrahi, who was convicted of the Lockerbie bombing by a Scottish court and was later released on humanitarian grounds because of terminal prostate cancer, is indeed gravely ill, bedridden and seemingly near death. [He died May 20, 2012.]

Megrahi’s trial in 2001 before a panel of Scottish judges was more a kangaroo court than any serious effort to determine guilt – even a Scottish appeals court expressed concern about a grave miscarriage of justice – but the Western press continues to describe Megrahi, without qualification, as the “Lockerbie bomber.”

It also was common in the West’s news media to smirk at the notion that Megrahi was truly suffering from advanced prostate cancer since he hadn’t died as quickly as some doctors thought he might. After Gaddafi’s regime fell, Megrahi’s family invited BBC and other news organizations to see Megrahi struggling to breathe in his sick bed.

His son, Khaled al-Megrahi, also continued to insist on his father’s innocence. “He believes and we know that everybody will see the truth,” the younger Megrahi told the BBC. “I know my father is innocent and one day his innocence will come out.”

Asked about the people who died in the bombing, the son said: “We feel sorry about all the people who died. We want to know who did this bad thing. We want to know the truth as well.”

Convicted or Railroaded?

As more information becomes available inside Libya, the facts may finally be clarified about whether Gaddafi’s government did or did not have a hand in the bombing over Lockerbie. However, so far, the indications are that Megrahi may well have been railroaded by the Scottish judges who found a second Libyan defendant innocent and were under political pressure to convict someone for the crime.

After Megrahi’s curious conviction, the West imposed harsh economic sanctions on Libya, agreeing to lift them only if Libya accepted “responsibility” for the bombing and paid restitution to the families of the 270 victims. To get rid of the punishing sanctions, Libya accepted the deal although its officials continued to insist that Libya had nothing to do with the Lockerbie bombing.

However, amid the 2011 propaganda campaign in support of the Libyan rebels, none of this uncertainty was mentioned in the New York Times, the Washington Post or other leading U.S. news outlets. Gaddafi’s guilt for Lockerbie was simply stated as flat fact, much as the same news organizations endorsed false claims about Iraq’s WMD in the run-up to the 2003 invasion of that Arab country.

Similarly, there was scant U.S. media attention given to evidence that eastern Libya, the heart of the anti-Gaddafi rebellion, was a hotbed for Islamic militancy with that region supplying the most per-capita militants fighting U.S. troops in Iraq, often under the banner of al-Qaeda.

Instead, Gaddafi’s claims that he was battling Islamic terrorists in the Benghazi region were widely mocked or ignored in the West. Even a report by analysts Joseph Felter and Brian Fishman for West Point’s Combating Terrorism Center got short-shrift.

In their report, “Al-Qaeda’s Foreign Fighters in Iraq,” Felter and Fishman analyzed al-Qaeda documents captured in 2007 showing personnel records of militants who flocked to Iraq for the war. The documents showed eastern Libya providing a surprising number of suicide bombers who traveled to Iraq to kill American troops.

Felter and Fishman wrote that these so-called Sinjar Records disclosed that while Saudis comprised the largest number of foreign fighters in Iraq, Libyans represented the largest per-capita contingent by far. Those Libyans came overwhelmingly from towns and cities in the east.

“The vast majority of Libyan fighters that included their hometown in the Sinjar Records resided in the country’s Northeast, particularly the coastal cities of Darnah 60.2% (53) and Benghazi 23.9% (21),” Felter and Fishman wrote.

The authors added that Abu Layth al‐Libi, Emir of Libyan Islamic Fighting Group (LIFG), “reinforced Benghazi and Darnah’s importance to Libyan jihadis in his announcement that LIFG had joined al‐Qa’ida.”

Top Libyan Terrorists

Some important al-Qaeda leaders operating in Pakistan’s tribal regions also are believed to have come from Libya. For instance, “Atiyah,” who was guiding the anti-U.S. war strategy in Iraq, was identified as a Libyan named Atiyah Abd al-Rahman.

It was Atiyah who urged a strategy of creating a quagmire for U.S. forces in Iraq, buying time for al-Qaeda headquarters to rebuild its strength in Pakistan. “Prolonging the war [in Iraq] is in our interest,” Atiyah said in a letter that upbraided Jordanian terrorist Abu Musab al-Zarqawi for his hasty and reckless actions in Iraq.

After U.S. Special Forces killed al-Qaeda founder Osama bin Laden on May 2, 2011, in Pakistan, Atiyah became al-Qaeda’s second in command until he himself was reportedly killed in a U.S. drone strike in August. [See Consortiumnews.com “Time Finally Ran Out for Atiyah.”] ***(Unfortunately Bin Laden had died of natural causes in 2002 or 2005 this has been proven, what they killed in May 1st 2011 is an unfortunate person who was not Bin Laden. Do a research and find out what happened to the CREW and SPECIAL FORCES who were involved in this escapade, If I am not mistaken they are all dead) 

However, to most Americans relying on the major U.S. news media, little of this was known, as the Washington Post itself acknowledged in an article on Sept. 12, 2011. In an article on the rise of Islamists inside the new power structure in Libya, the Post wrote:

“Although it went largely unnoticed during the uprising that toppled Gaddafi last month, Islamists were at the heart of the fight, many as rebel commanders. Now some are clashing with secularists within the rebels’ Transitional National Council, prompting worries among some liberals that the Islamists — who still command the bulk of fighters and weapons — could use their strength to assert an even more dominant role.”

On Sept. 15, 2011, the New York Times published a similar article, entitled “Islamists’ Growing Sway Raises Questions for Libya.” It began:

“In the emerging post-Qaddafi Libya, the most influential politician may well be Ali Sallabi, who has no formal title but commands broad respect as an Islamic scholar and populist orator who was instrumental in leading the mass uprising. The most powerful military leader is now Abdel Hakim Belhaj, the former leader of a hard-line group once believed to be aligned with Al Qaeda.”

Belhaj was previously the commander of the Libyan Islamic Fighting Group, which was associated with al-Qaeda in the past, maintained training bases in Afghanistan before the 9/11 attacks, and was listed as a terrorist organization by the U.S. State Department.

Though Belhaj and the Libyan Islamic Fighting Group deny current allegiance to al-Qaeda, Belhaj was captured during George W. Bush’s post-9/11 “war on terror” and was harshly interrogated by the CIA at a “black site” prison in Thailand before being handed over to Gaddafi’s government which imprisoned and – Belhaj claims – tortured him. ****(he was not tortured stayed in prison only a year and then was on a house arrest) 

The Times reported that “Belhaj has become so much an insider lately that he is seeking to unseat Mahmoud Jibril, the American-trained economist who is the nominal prime minister of the interim government, after Mr. Jibril obliquely criticized the Islamists.”

The Times article by correspondents Rod Nordland and David D. Kirkpatrick also cited other recent developments of growing Islamist influence inside the Libyan rebel movement:

“Islamist militias in Libya receive weapons and financing directly from foreign benefactors like Qatar; a Muslim Brotherhood figure, Abel al-Rajazk Abu Hajar, leads the Tripoli Municipal Governing Council, where Islamists are reportedly in the majority; in eastern Libya, there has been no resolution of the assassination in July of the leader of the rebel military, Gen. Abdul Fattah Younes, suspected by some to be the work of Islamists.”

It may be commendable that the Post and Times finally gave serious attention to this unintended consequence of the NATO-backed “regime change” in Libya, but the fact that these premier American newspapers ignored the Islamist issue as well as doubts about Libya’s Lockerbie guilt – while the U.S. government was whipping up public support for another war in the Muslim world – raises questions about whether any lessons were learned from Iraq.

Do these prestige news outlets continue to see their role in such cases as simply getting the American people to line up behind the latest war against a Mideast “bad guy” – or will they ever take seriously their journalistic duty to arm the public with as much information as possible?