MI5 TOPS ALL THE EXCUSES FOR THEIR FINANCING RADICALS LIKE ABDULHAKIM BELHAJ
“MI5 says rendition of Libyan opposition leaders strengthened al-Qaida”
Lets not forget that MI5, MI6, CIA, Mossad and the French Secret agency created these monsters that now they are asking us to feel sorry for them. They are the ones who trained, financed them to topple Qaddafi since the late 70’s. It seems the Guardian thinks or believes or hopes who ever lived in those times are dead or have Dementia, that is the only explanation I can give for them for writing this article.
A secret UK-Libyan rendition programme in which two Libyan opposition leaders were kidnapped and flown to Tripoli along with their families had the effect of strengthening al-Qaida, according to an assessment by the UK security service, MI5. ****(Ok, now I have to feel sorry for the two Libyan (opposition leaders – really? opposition leaders since when?) because they were kidnapped? Please is MI5 kidding? or what? Belhaj and Al Saadi were known fanatic terrorists from the late 70’s with connections to terrorist groups. Libya was happy as long as they stayed outside Libya and that is why both of them have English passports… no kidnapping or torture had anything to do with it that they were affiliates of Al Qaeda and MI5, CIA, Mossad and most of the secrete agencies knew of them.)
Prior to their kidnap, Abdel Hakim Belhaj and Sami al-Saadi had ensured that their organisation, the Libyan Islamic Fighting Group (LIFG), focused on the overthrow of Colonel Gaddafi,*****(just by that it’s a cause for treason, by the way do you know what LIFG stands for? Libyan Islamic Fighting Group, so it was not only to overthrow Qaddafi, but to bring the Caliphate in Libya since 1976 so please MI5 & MI6 stop BULL-SHITING PEOPLE over the handing over and the excuse that while they were in jail the group with new leaders in decided to go nearer to Al Qaeda.) the classified assessment says. Once handed over to the Gaddafi regime, their places at the head of the LIFG were taken by others who wanted to bring the group closer to al-Qaida.
The two men were seized in Thailand and Hong Kong in March 2004 with the assistance of the UK’s intelligence service MI6, and were “rendered” to Tripoli along with Belhaj’s pregnant wife and Saadi’s wife and four children, the youngest a girl aged six. ****(Let MI5 & MI6 explain why these people have English passports?)
In an assessment made 11 months later, MI5 concluded that the capture of the pair had cast the group “into a state of disarray”, adding: “While these senior-ranking members have always jealously guarded the independence of the LIFG, providing it with a clear command structure and set goals, the group is now coming under pressure from outside influences. ***(Hog wash and that is being polite.)
“In particular, reporting indicates that members including Abu Laith al-Libi and Abdallah al-Ghaffar may be pushing the group towards a more pan-Islamic agenda inspired by AQ [al-Qaida].” ****(they are also your creation and the brother of Libi – Anas al Libi was charged with the same crimes as his brother or is he one and the same? Either way both are dead and dead people don’t tell tales, one was killed by a drone and the other was kidnapped by the SAS and taken to the USA and conveniently died undergoing an operation prior to his court date. I mean all Secret agencies & western media must think we are morons.)
Two years after MI5 made this assessment, Libi announced the LIFG had formally joined forces with al-Qaida. He became a leading member of the merged organisation and is believed to have orchestrated a series of suicide bomb attacks across Afghanistan, including one in 2007 that killed 23 people at Bagram airfield north of Kabul during a visit by then US vice-president Dick Cheney. Libi was killed in a drone strike the following year.
The classified MI5 intelligence assessment was among hundreds of highly sensitive Libyan and British files that were discovered in official buildings that had been abandoned during the 2011 revolution that led to the overthrow and death of Muammar Gaddafi. ****(Is that why NATO bombed the Intelligence building? So no Secrets would come out to the Light? MI5 & 6 must kill all Libyans because no secret is kept once we decide to open our mouths….that is when you belong to the tribes and if till now your asses are saved you owe it to the tribal leaders.)
The end of his 42-year dictatorship was hastened by Nato air strikes, and was followed by a period of brief and heady optimism. At a rally in Benghazi in the east of the country in September 2011, the British prime minister, David Cameron, and the French president, Nicolas Sarkozy, addressed enormous crowds waving their countries’ flags. “It’s great to be here in free Benghazi and in free Libya,” Cameron told them. ***(I would suggest to Cameron to come to see the free Libya now and live for a few days not weeks without his security and lets see whether he will rejoice about the “free Libya”)
But Libya’s new leadership was already struggling to impose its authority on the country. And since then, the country has descended into violence and economic instability, with rival militias shelling residential areas and destroying infrastructure in their fight for supremacy.
Fears that Islamist militants would fill the yawning power vacuum appeared to be realised on Tuesday when gunmen claiming allegiance to Islamic State said that they were responsible for an attack on a Tripoli hotel in which at least five guards and five foreigners were killed.
The papers that were recovered during the revolution show that Britain’s intelligence agencies engaged in a series of joint operations with Gaddafi’s government and that some of the information extracted from victims of rendition was used as evidence during control-order and deportation proceedings in UK courts.
They also show that in 2006, Libyan intelligence agents were invited to operate on British soil, where they worked alongside MI5 and allegedly intimidated a number of Gaddafi opponents who had been granted asylum in the UK.
Another of the recovered documents is a letter that Tony Blair wrote to Gaddafi in April 2007, and whose existence publicly emerged last week. Addressed “Dear Mu’ammar”, Blair expressed his regret that the British government had failed in its attempts to have a number of Gaddafi’s opponents deported from the UK, and thanked the dictator for his intelligence agencies’ “excellent co-operation” with their British counterparts.
The classified MI5 document was prepared in advance of a five-day visit to Tripoli by senior agency staff in February 2005. Marked “UK/Libya Eyes Only – Secret”, it explains that members of the LIFG had been permitted to settle in the UK in the 1990s. This was at a time when Gaddafi, whom the group was plotting to overthrow, was considered to be an enemy of Britain.
The document adds that MI5 reassessed the LIFG’s UK-based members following the change in the group’s leadership that resulted from the detention of Belhaj and Saadi.
“We are actively investigating key individuals in the UK and are seeking to disrupt their activities,” the document says. This action was part of a new strategy “for countering the threat from the LIFG to the UK and its allies” – allies which, by 2005, included the Libyan dictatorship.