Salafi Jihadist Tied To Al Qaeda Named In US Ambassador Murder
A Salafi Jihadist tied to Al Qaeda has been named as playing a key role in the attacks on the Benghazi compound that claimed the life of Ambassador Chris Stevens.
Despite claiming for over a week that the attack on the Benghazi compound in Libya was a spontaneous escalation of violence new details have emerged countering the Obama administration’s official narrative.
Former CIA torture detainee Sufyan Ben Qumu has been named as being involved in the attack and even may have led the attack, according to top Fox News intelligence sources.
Qumu is reported to have been released from the CIA torture site in Guantanomo Bay Cuba in 2007 and transferred into Libyan custody after which he was released in 2008 by the now deposed Qaddafi regime in an attempt to reconcile with the Islamic Jihadists conducting terror attacks.
After Qumu’s release he went on to fight with NATO backed Libyan Islamic Fighting Group, a known Al Qaeda affiliate, which is also now sending Jihadists to fight with the NATO backed Syria rebels to topple the Assad regime.
Qumu Guantanomo Bay dossier shows that not only did he have direct ties to Al Qaeda but that he also had direct ties to the financiers of the 9/11 hijackers.
As Saudi Arabia is currently a key strategic asset in the imperialistic foreign policy goals of the United States you will not hear alongside current corporate media reports on the Ambassador’s murder that the 9/11 hijackers were funded by the Saudis although the media has certainly reported in in the past.
You will also not hear from the corporate media that the Islamic Fighting Group along with Al Qaeda and numerous other Islamic Jihadist group all fall under the umbrella of Saudi Arabia’s extremist Salafi sect of Islam.
Oh, Did I mention that even Hilary Clinton admits that we created Al Qaeda? With the help of Saudi Arabia to indoctrinate the extremists of course
Fox News reports:
Al Qaeda, ex-Gitmo detainee involved in consulate attack, intelligence sources say
Intelligence sources tell Fox News they are convinced the deadly attack on the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi, Libya, was directly tied to Al Qaeda — with a former Guantanamo detainee involved.That revelation comes on the same day a top Obama administration official called last week’s deadly assault a “terrorist attack” — the first time the attack has been described that way by the administration after claims it had been a “spontaneous” act.
“Yes, they were killed in the course of a terrorist attack on our embassy,” Matt Olsen, director of the National Counterterrorism Center, said during a Senate hearing Wednesday.
Olsen echoed administration colleagues in saying U.S. officials have no specific intelligence about “significant advanced planning or coordination” for the attack.
However, his statement goes beyond White House Press Secretary Jay Carney and Susan Rice, the U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, saying the Sept. 11 attack on the consulate was spontaneous. He is the first top administration official to call the strike an act of terrorism.
Sufyan Ben Qumu is thought to have been involved and even may have led the attack, Fox News’ intelligence sources said. Qumu, a Libyan, was released from the U.S. prison at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, in 2007 and transferred into Libyan custody on the condition he be kept in jail. He was released by the Qaddafi regime as part of its reconciliation effort with Islamists in 2008.
His Guantanamo files also show he has ties to the financiers behind the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks. The declassified files also point to ties with the Libyan Islamic Fighting Group, a known Al Qaeda affiliate.
Olson, repeating Wednesday that the FBI is handling the Benghazi investigation, also acknowledged the attack could lead back to Al Qaeda and its affiliates.
“We are looking at indications that individuals involved in the attack may have had connections to Al Qaeda or Al Qaeda’s affiliates, in particular Al Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb,” he said at the Senate Homeland Security Committee hearing.
Source: Fox News