Al-Qaeda Leader Strikes Deal With U.S., Saudis To Send 5,000 Jihadists To Syria
Following revelations that Saudi Arabia is financing a Jihad against Syria an Yemeni Jihadists announces a deal to supply 5,000 fighters.
In exclusive interviews conducted last week I reported that the government of Saudi Arabia was funding Jihadists being recruited from Saudi schools to join an open call to Jihad against Syria.
Saudi Arabia Paying UK Trained Terrorists Up To $3,000/Mo To Jihad Against Syria
Exclusive rebel interviews detailing Saudi Arabia’s Salafi Jihad operations reveal details Uncle Sam doesn’t want you to know and the media won’t tell you.
First hand accounts of rebel operations reveal Saudi Arabia is funding terrorists recruited from Salafi schools who are answering an open call from the Saudi Prince’s anointed Prophet’s to wage Jihad against Syria.
These terrorists aren’t afraid to brag that they are answering Prophet’s call to Jihad revealing how volunteers inside Saudi Arabia’s Salifi schools are being to be flown to military garrisons inside Turkey where they are given weapons and explosives training by UK special forces.
Once their training is complete they are provide weapons by the UK Commandos who in turn smuggle them inside Syria were they meet up with their commanders to receive further orders.
The article also takes a detailed looked into these western supported Al Qaeda aligned terrorists by examining their ideology and history while reporting on providing details on the life of the Saudi Jihadists living inside the war zone.
- Saudi Arabia Paying Terrorists Up To $3,000/Mo To Jihad Against Syria
- UK commandos are training the Jihadi terrorists in Turkey military garrisons, supplying them with weapons and then smuggling them into Syria where they await further command.
- The Terrorist are responding to an open call for Jihad issued to all Saudi’s by the Saudi Prince Bandar Bin Sultan anointed Prophet Sheik Ahmad Al Qaseer.
- The rebels being trained in Turkey are Saudi Salafi Jihadists are the minority sect of fundamentalist Islam extremists that includes Al Qaeda and many Islamic Jihad groups.
- The Prophet’s Jihad targets all “infidels” including not only Christians but the Shiite and Sunni Muslims that together make up nearly 95% of all Muslims who don’t follow their strict fundamentalist interpretation of Islam.
- The Saudi Arabia government directly recruiting Jihadists from their Salafi schools paying Jihadists $5,000 to join and a monthly salaries of $1,500-$3,000 a month.
- Additional bonuses are paid for each infidel killed. $750 for the murder of a Shiite, $500 for a Sunni and $350 for all others.
- Those who kill 5 infidels are promised entry to Paradise and reportedly earn an actual Passport To Paradise issue by the Saudi Prince and forwarded to the terrorists for the Good Deeds.
- Saudi Arabia is providing full support for family members left at home including housing and schooling.
- Terrorists who volunteer to Jihad in Saudi Arabia are flown to the Turkey military for weapons and bomb training.
- Similar recruiting, training, and smuggling operations are being ran out of Lebanon where the Prince’s Prophet has separate training camps set up.
- Salafi Jihadists from Libya, Qatar and other Arabic nations also being paid to answer the Prophets call to Jihad.
That article revealed that the so-called revolution in Syria was anything but since the Salafi Jihadists don’t believe in governments, western institutions, revolutions.
Instead what we are witnessing in Syria is a Jihad being waged by Islamic extremists looking to impose their fundamentalists view of Islam on the entire world.
What the corporate media tells us is “Al Qaeda” are really nothing more cells of Saudi backed extremists of the Salafi sect of Islam being used by the west to wage a war by proxy to take over the Middle East.
In this unholy alliance between the United States and these Islamic Jihadists, Saudi Arabia gets to install puppet government loyal to their Salafi leaders and the west gets access to the natural resources such as oil in those nations.
We have seen this in Libya were the Salafists are in power waging their genocidal cleansing.
We have also seen in Eqypt where we were told a popular revolution overthrow the Mubarak government but instead Islamic extremists under control of the Saudi Salafist funded Muslim brother are now in control.
We are seeing the same scenario unfold in Syria now were Jihadists are waging an Islamic Holy war to sack the Syria government to install another Saudi proxy government.
Following last weeks interviews comes news from Yemeni Jihadist Tariq al-Fadhli, who fought alongside Bin Laden in Afghanistan, saying a deal has been struck with the US and Saudi Arabia to supply 5,000 Jihadists to take up the genocidal Glory War in Syria.
Al-Qaeda Leader Strikes Deal With U.S., Saudis To Send 5,000 Fighters to Syria
Paul Joseph Watson | Yemeni Jihadist personally trained by Bin Laden.
Yemeni Jihadist personally trained by Bin Laden
Paul Joseph Watson
Monday, September 3, 2012
A militant who fought alongside Osama Bin Laden in Afghanistan and is now the leader of a group affiliated with Al-Qaeda in South Yemen has struck a deal with the United States and Saudi Arabia to send 5,000 Al-Qaeda fighters into Syria according to reports out of the Middle East.
Tariq al-Fadhli, jihadist leader of the Southern Yemen insurgency and a man personally trained by Bin Laden, has successfully negotiated with U.S. and Saudi officials to send 5,000 jihadist fighters via Turkey to aid Syrian rebels in the attempted overthrow of President Bashar Al-Assad, reports AlAlam. The report was also picked up by AdenAlghad.net.
In a newspaper interview, al-Fadhli revealed that he had agreed to transfer 5,000 militants from the southern Yemen cities of Zanzibar and Jaar “to Syria in order to fight in war being waged by armed groups, including the Al Qaeda-linked groups against the Syrian regime.”
The militants, who refer to themselves as “supporters of Shariah,” will join other bands of Al-Qaeda fighters who have swarmed into Syria from Libya, Iraq and Turkey with the aid of NATO powers and Gulf states. In a July 30 report, the London Guardian admitted that Al-Qaeda fighters were commanding Syrian rebels and teaching them how to build bombs.
The Council on Foreign Relations, America’s most influential foreign policy think tank and a close ally of the U.S. State Department, recently praised the presence of Al-Qaeda fighters in Syria, while the RAND Corporation reportedthat the terrorist group had been responsible for suicide attacks and car bombings that have caused more than 200 deaths and 1,000 injuries.
President Barack Obama recently signed a secret order confirming that he would use taxpayer money to support Syrian rebels with “non-lethal aid”. However, the New York Times admits that the CIA is helping steer heavy weaponry to the rebels on the Turkish border paid for by Saudi Arabia and Qatar.
Indicating his willingness to begin a new alliance with Saudi Arabia, which helped train him during his mujahideen years, Sheikh Fadhli announced “a regional deal for the transfer of al-Qaeda fighters from Yemeni territory to Turkey to the Syrian front, which explains the sudden withdrawal of gunmen from Abyan.”
Yemeni authorities were only able to restore order in Zanzibar and Jaar this past June after battles that killed a number of Al-Qaeda fighters.
AlAlam describes al-Fadhli as “one of the elders of the tribe of Abyan and former leader of al-Qaeda.” According to the New York Times, Yemen has denounced al-Fadhli as “one the country’s most dangerous terrorists.”
However, as observers have highlighted, the Yemeni government is suspected by many to be cultivating jihadi activity by tolerating the presence of Al-Qaeda within its borders.
The Nation’s Jeremy Scahil noted earlier this year that “Since the mujahideen war against the Soviets in Afghanistan in the 1980s and continuing after 9/11, Saleh has famously milked the threat of Al Qaeda and other militants to leverage counterterrorism funding and weapons from the United States and Saudi Arabia, to bolster his power within the country and to neutralize opponents.”
Al-Fadhli has attempted to distance himself from claims that the group he spearheads is affiliated with Al-Qaeda, in one You Tube video flying a U.S. flag over his compound while playing the national anthem. However, al-Fadhli fought with the Mujahideen alongside Osama Bin Laden against the Soviets in Afghanistan. At the very least, he has been a useful servant of U.S. geopolitical objectives for decades.
In 2009, leader of al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula Nasir Abdul Kareem al-Wahayshi (a.k.a. Abu Basir) released an audiotape expressing vehement support for the South Yemen insurgency led by al-Fadhli. Syrian jihad strategist Abu Musa’ab al-Suri also revealed in his book that al-Fadhli was “chosen and trained by Bin Laden to practice jihad in Yemen.”
The agreement to send militants from Yemen into Syria to aid the west’s hegemonic agenda to topple President Bashar Al-Assad again illustrates how Al-Qaeda is a geopolitical pawn habitually called upon by the military-industrial complex to achieve regime change in the Middle East and North Africa.
Paul Joseph Watson is the editor and writer for Prison Planet.com. He is the author of Order Out Of Chaos. Watson is also a regular fill-in host for The Alex Jones Show and Infowars Nightly News.
It should be noted that while Infowars refers to this Jihadist as an Al Qaeda leader, those with knowledge of the Jihadists factions operating in the Middle East know that Al Qaeda is nothing more than a term the west applies to Saudi Salafist Jihadists factions to hide the fact they are fundamentalist extremists taking up Jihad to spread the Saudi version of Islam.
To be clear, the Yemeni Jihadist leader Al-Fadhli has himself denied all connections to Al-Qaeda although he does admit to being hand chosen by Bin Laden to Fight in Afghanistan after being trained in a Jihadist camp in Pakistan.
Even more disturbing is this Jihadist leader was seen raising the American Flag over his house in the past when the US accused him of having ties to Al Qaeda.
Yet the west hasd long considered Al-Fadhli to be a key player in the operations of Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula.
From critical threats:
The Tribes of the South – Cooperation and Resistance
It is difficult to discuss tribal relationships in southern Yemen with Ansar al Sharia and AQAP without delving into the details. The following section provides some examples of tribal interactions with these groups in Abyan and Shabwah.
The Fadhel tribe is the largest tribal group in south Yemen. The capital of the Fadhli territory is in Zinjibar, a city 35 miles northeast of Aden that is also the capital of Abyan governorate. Ansar al Sharia seized control of Zinjibar in May 2011. The other two Abyani cities Ansar al Sharia occupied, Jaar and Shaqra, also fall in Fadhli territory. Ansar al Sharia had not encountered strong native resistance in these areas until April 2012.
Tariq al Fadhli, the paramount sheikh of the tribe, is an opportunist and has had a career marked by fluctuating alliances. He fled with Abu Hamza, the leader of Ansar al Sharia in Abyan, into the mountains around Shaqra after Ansar al Sharia’s defeat there this June. He has a long history with Ansar al Sharia and the broader al Qaeda organization. He fought with Osama bin Laden against the Soviets in Afghanistan and returned to Yemen to become a leader in the Islamic Jihad in Yemen (IJY), an organization thought responsible for a string of hotel bombings and assassination attempts in southern Yemen, including the bombing of two Aden hotels in 1992. Tariq reportedly oversaw the creation of AQAP training camps in Abyan in the past decade. He has participated in mediation councils negotiating ceasefires and the release of Ansar al Sharia captives in the past six months. He appeared at the ceremony of the release of the 73 prisoners in Abyan with Ansar al Sharia leader Abu Hamza and AQAP military commander Qasim al Raymi on April 29 of this year. But his loyalties have fallen elsewhere over the years. He disbanded the IJY in exchange for a high position in Saleh’s government after the 1994 Yemeni civil war. He is brother-in-law to the defected General Ali Mohsen al Ahmar. Fadhli broke away from the government in April 2009 and announced his support for the Southern Movement, a largely socialist group of the type the IJY attempted to crush in the early 1990s. His blatant opportunism makes Tariq al Fadhli the best example of the problems of relying on the Yemeni tribes in the long term.
The Fadhli tribe also struggles with a lack of cohesion. It is not unified behind Tariq al Fadhli. Some of the Fadhli tribesmen and sheikhs have openly rejected Tariq’s leadership, accusing him of threatening the stability of the south by maintaining ties to AQAP. He has been rejected by members of the Southern Movement for similar reasons.
There is evidence that some of the lower sheikhs of the tribe have been at odds with AQAP. One Fadhli sheikh, Hussein Mashdal, who was involved in ceasefire negotiations, was killed in an ambush in north Abyan by militants in September 2010. AQAP was blamed. Beyond that, Fadhli has tense relationships with the neighboring tribes. Abu Hamza’s tribe, the Marqishi, once fell under Tariq al Fadhli, but it too shook off his leadership in 2009, claiming that he was exceeding his bounds and stealing its lands.
Now that cat has been let out of the bag it is likely will begin to see more and more reports revealing that fact that the Syria rebels are nothing more than Islamic extremists waging a holy war to install the Saudi’s version of Islam in Syria.
My sources tell me that these other Salafi Jihadist cells are already being set up in Lebanon, Algeria and other Middle Eastern nations were the Saudi’s are looking to next in their goal of expanding the interpretation of Islam across the globe.
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