Mohammed Junaid Babar, was apparently the man who trained the idiots behind the 7/7 London bombings. So how do you go from serving a 70-year jail sentence in America, to being released after serving only four and a half years?
Since the war against Islam began almost a decade ago, western intelligence agencies have had their plans revealed in the public domain on several occassions, when one of their muslim assets have not played the game like their masters have wished.
I’ve been documenting cases under “Creating The Terror Threat” for some time now, to provide you with a map of how the Gladio game is played out.
Junaid Babar is just the latest in a long line of western intelligence trained terrorists.
Rashid Rauf was the British ‘terrorist mastermind’ of the alleged plot to blow up at least 10 transatlantic airliners, but somehow managed to escape from custody, while in handcuffs and shackles.
Jamal al-Badawi was convicted in 2004 of planning and carrying out the USS Cole bombing. He too managed to escape from prison before being pardoned of his crimes.
Omar Al-Faruq was described as being the mastermind of the Bali bomb plot, he was arrested in June 2002 and handed over to the americans.
Former Indonesian State Intelligence Coordinating Board (BAKIN) chief A.C. Manulang was quoted by Tempo as saying that Al-Faruq was most likely a CIA-recruited agent.
In 2005, a Pentagon official in Washington confirmed that Al-Faruq escaped from a U.S. detention facility in Bagram, Afghanistan.
Haroon Rashid Aswat was described as being the mastermind of the 7 July London bombings.
The authorities stated that Aswat had made mobile telephone calls to two of the 7 July bombers on the morning of the 7/7 attacks.
After Aswat was handed over to the UK police, Scotland Yard police headquarters said, on 7 August 2005, that detectives were not interested in speaking to Aswat about the London attacks.
Former US federal prosecutor John Loftus claimed that British intelligence had been recruiting “Islamist militants”. Loftus stated that Aswat was a British-backed double agent, pursued by the police but protected by MI6.
Dr. Nafeez Mosaddeq Ahmed (Executive Director of the Institute of Policy Research & Development) has written extensively on this topic.
He wrote a very good account on what I have touched on titled “Our Terrorists”, which should be read by those trying to go beyond understanding the official narrative of the global war against terror.