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Official version of 7/7 London bombings does not make sense

Posted in the database on Tuesday, April 11th, 2006 @ 16:04:51 MST (5007 views)
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The UK’s official version of the 7/7 London bombings does not make sense.

(The leak of the official version is reported on at: http://politics.guardian.co.uk/labour/story/0,,1750264,00.html)

According to the leaked official version of 7/7, "The London attacks were a modest, simple affair by four seemingly normal men using the internet."

According to The Observer:

Far from being the work of an international terror network, as originally suspected, the attack was carried out by four men who had scoured terror sites on the internet. Their knapsack bombs cost only a few hundred pounds, according to the first completed draft of the government’s definitive report into the blasts.

So, what is wrong with the official version?

Previously, the authorities had tried to show 7/7 links to al-Qaeda (also known as al CIAda).

1. The alleged ring-leader, Mohammad Siddique Khan, as well as Shehzad Tanweer, appeared in a video sent to al-Jazeera after the bombing that included praise for the attacks from bin Laden and his deputy, Ayman Zawahiri. Did this video come from the usual al-Qaeda (al CIAda) sources.

( a video sent to al-Jazeera after the bombing ) ( this video )

2. Khan has been linked to the mastermind of the Bali bombings, Riduan Isamuddin, known as Hambali. According to al-Qaeda analyst Rohan Gunaratna, author of Inside Al Qaeda: Global Network of Terror, Khan had ’met senior leaders of Jemaah Islamiah, including the suspected Bali bombings organiser Hambali.’

( linked to the mastermind of the Bali bombings )

3. Mohammed Junaid Babar admitted to helping set up an al-Qaeda training camp in Pakistan, sending equipment and cash to an al-Qaeda leader there between the summer of 2003 and February 2004. Babar identified Khan from a photo, saying that he met him at an al-Qaeda terror training camp while he was there. Babar also admitted in 2004 to attempting to buy ammonium nitrate for al-Qaeda "with the knowledge that it was going to be used for a plot somewhere in the U.K."

( Mohammed Junaid Babar ) ( identified Khan from a photo )

4. The Finsbury Park mosque links all four 7/7 bombers as well as all four of the failed 7/21 London bombers and Richard Reid and Zacarias Moussaoui.

( Finsbury Park mosque ) ( http://www.independent.co.uk/incoming/article343843.ece )

5. Haroon Rashid Aswat made phone calls to the 7/7 bombers in the hours before their attacks. Reportedly, Aswat had flown to London to choose the targets and organize the attacks.

(Haroon Rashid Aswat’s phone calls to the 7/7 bombers in the hours before their attacks? )

Aswat was the alleged al-Qaeda terrorist 'who began planning for setting up an al-Qaeda camp in Bly, Oregon in 1999'.

After the 7/7 London bombings, Aswat was taken into custody, but the UK police said he had nothing to do with the London Bombings.

Reportedly Aswat was working for MI6.

(Terror Expert: London Bombings Mastermind is MI6 Asset )

6. A friend of Khan’s, Omar Sharif, reportedly went from Britain to Tel Aviv where he allegedly plotted and participated in a bombing that killed five. Khan was reportedly in Tel Aviv weeks before the attack.

( plotted and participated in a bombing )

7. 22-year old Shehzad Tanweer worked at his father’s fish & chips stand. He had amassed a fortune of $210,000.

( amass a net worth of $210,000? )

How did he know Australians who attended Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) terrorist training camps in Pakistan?

How did the "seemingly normal man using the internet" personally know Osama Nazir, a Pakistani who bombed a church in Islamabad that killed five, including two Americans, among other attacks?

( bombed a church in Islamabad )

8. In december 2004, Saudi Arabia reportedly warned MI6 about tube attacks. According to the Saudis, a captured Saudi terrorist had warned of attacks on London transport.

( warned MI6 of intelligence learned about tube attacks in December )

It looks as if there is some sort of cover-up. Some of the alleged 7/7 bombers were known to MI5.

( Two bombers 'known to MI5' - 18 Dec 2005 - London bombings )

Were the alleged bombers working for some element of the security services?

Did the alleged bombers have doubles?

According to The Guardian: (Guardian Unlimited Special reports Mentor to the young and..)

Born in Leeds, Mohammad Sidique Khan spent his working life with young, vulnerable children.

The 30-year-old, father to a 14-month-old daughter, Maryam, was a mentor in primary schools for children with learning difficulties. He is known to have taught hundreds of children.

Three years ago, while working at Hillside primary school in the city, he railed against the government for not putting enough money into the education of children with learning difficulties. He said of his work with children of five and upwards: "A lot of them have said this is the best school they have been to."

One child who was taught by him at Hillside said: "He seemed a really kind man, he taught the really bad kids and everyone seemed to like him. He was there about three years and then he went on holiday and never came back. We just knew him as Mr Khan."

Did Khan, just like Lee Harvey Oswald and Mohammed Atta, have a double?

According to xymphora and xymphora

One Atta in was Florida in spring 2000, while the original Atta was still in Hamburg.

One Atta attended an US officer's training school in Montgomery.

The Egyptian architecture student Atta had a fear of flying.

Is all the terror the work of some group within the security services?


Main source for names and dates: http://analysis.threatswatch.org/2006/04/british-77-bombing-report-igno/

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