Nafeez Mosaddeq Ahmed

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Person.png Nafeez Mosaddeq Ahmed   C-SPAN History Commons IMDB LinkedIn Medium Patreon Twitter
(academic, journalist)
Nafeez Mosaddeq Ahmed.jpg
Born 1978
Nationality British
Alma mater University of Sussex
Religion Muslim
Interests • False flags
• Israeli–Palestinian conflict
Website http://www.nafeezahmed.com/

Nafeez Ahmed is a UK academic with extensive knowledge of deep politics and the use of false flag terror. He has featured frequently on Unwelcome Guests.[1]

Background

He has made extensive study of false flag attacks and the origins of "Islamic terrorism".

Career

He used to write for the Guardian until his interest in the Israeli–Palestinian conflict proved too much for them and he was summarily dismissed after writing about the gas reserves off Gaza.  

Documents by Nafeez Mosaddeq Ahmed

TitleDocument typePublication dateSubject(s)Description
7/7 Terror and Tortureblog post7 July 20102005 London bombings
Torture
David Cameron's 'counter extremism' experts work with far-right Donald Trump sympathisersArticle19 December 2015Donald Trump
Frank Gaffney
Henry Jackson Society
Quilliam Foundation
English Defence League
Counter-Terrorism
Clarion Project
The link between the two organisations (Henry Jackson Society and Quilliam Foundation) and Donald Trump is Frank Gaffney, who was the chief inspiration for Trump’s call to ban Muslims from entering the United States
Riot Fever as a Symptom of Systemic Failurewebpage9 August 20112011 England riots
The Astonishingly Crap Science of 'Counter-Extremism'webpage17 March 2016Extremism
Radicalisation
Counter-Terrorism
CONTEST/Prevent
An expose of the crass lack of any valid scientific basis of government strategies to fight radicalisation. Nafeez Ahmed agrues that the "most academically accurate concept to capture this absurd level of crappiness is ‘bullshit’".
File:The War on Freedom.pdfbook20029-11An overview of the events of 9-11, what lay behind them and where responsibility lies
 

Quotes by Nafeez Mosaddeq Ahmed

PageQuoteDateSource
Operation Gladio/B“A journalist with the Sunday Times‘ investigative unit told this author he had interviewed former Special Agent in Charge, Dennis Saccher, who had moved to the FBI’s Colorado office. Saccher reportedly confirmed the veracity of Edmonds’ allegations of espionage, telling him that Edmonds’ story “should have been front page news” because it was “a scandal bigger than Watergate.””
Sins of Statecraft - The War on Terror Exposed“a group of powerful elites from various countries gathered at an international conference in Jerusalem to promote and exploit the idea of ‘international terrorism.’ The (Jerusalem) conference (on International Terrorism, or JCIT) established the ideological foundations for the ‘war on terror.’ JCIT’s defining theme was that international terrorism constituted an organized political movement whose ultimate origin was in the Soviet Union. All terrorist groups were ultimately products of, and could be traced back to, this single source, which - according to the JCIT - provided financial, military, and logistical assistance to disparate terrorist movements around the globe. The mortal danger to Western security and democracy posed by the worldwide scope of this international terrorist movement required an appropriate worldwide anti-terrorism offensive, consisting of the mutual coordination of Western military intelligence services.”2005The War on Truth


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