Ali Mohamed

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Person.png Ali Mohamed  Rdf-icon.png
(spook, agent provocateur)
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Peter Dale Scott writes that "It is not disputed that Ali Mohamed organized the Embassy bombing in Kenya; and that he did so after the RCMP, who had detained him in Vancouver in the presence of another known terrorist, released Mohamed on instructions from the FBI."[1]

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“What if I told you that the same man trained Meir Kahane’s killer, the World Trade Center bombers, the African embassy bombers and Osama Bin Laden’s bodyguards? What if this man was a member of the Egyptian Army unit that assassinated Anwar Sadat, and was a translator and close associate of Ayman Zawahiri? And what if he did all this while serving in the US Special Forces, as an FBI informant and working for the CIA? That man is Ali Mohamed, perhaps the most astonishing spy of recent times. This week we’re going to examine some of the key events in the story of Ali Mohamed and ask whether he was Bin Laden’s master spy in America, or the CIA’s master spy in Al Qaeda.”
Tom Secker (June 2017)  [2]

 

Related Document

TitleTypePublication dateAuthor(s)Description
Gladio B: The Origins of NATO’s Secret Islamic Terrorist Proxieswebpage11 March 2013Tom Secker


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