Don't let the beard and headgear fool you. This guy is totally run by the CIA, MI6, and Mossad. His whole outfit has been picked out by his masters in Western intelligence agencies. He has CIA socks, MI6 underwear, and Mossad undershirts.
America's Main Middle East Client Regimes, Turkey And Saudi Arabia, Are Using Al-Qaeda To Suppress Kurdish Rights In Syria.
II. Do Washington And Its Sunni Allies Seek A Sharia Law Regime In Syria?
An excerpt from, "Syrian Rebels Spurn Coalition, Call for Islamist Leadership" by Jason Ditz, AntiWar.com, September 25, 2013:
Today’s statement included a number of al-Qaeda dominated factions and other major players in the civil war, and called for a new leadership, with the rebellion reorganized under an Islamic framework, and run according to al-Qaeda’s particularly harsh interpretation of Sharia Law.The support of the United States, Israel, France, England, Turkey, Qatar, and Saudi Arabia for al-Qaeda and other Jihadist terrorist groups in Syria is increasingly transparent. There is a photo of al-Qaeda commander posing inside of a USAID tent, for Christ's sake.
The SNC had tried to court Islamists repeatedly by stocking its leadership council with moderate Islamist factions like the Muslim Brotherhood, but it’s more apparent than ever that this tactic has failed, and that the rebellion is flying apart at the seams.
Next thing you'll see is al-Qaeda being invited to the Pentagon - oh wait, that already happened. We're not talking dinner parties here, but strategic military meetings between heads of al-Qaeda and heads of the United States military. The U.S. government has even given out military contracts to al-Qaeda affiliated groups in Afghanistan. Why? Because war is the best game in town.
If all goes according to plan could we see the installation of a Sharia Law regime in Damascus with "nudge nudge, wink wink" approval from Washington? We can't rule this out. Anything is possible at this point.
Remember, the U.S. and Pakistan brought the Taliban to power, so it is totally feasible that the U.S. is bringing a new and more extreme breed of Taliban to power in Syria from behind the scenes with the help of its regional Sunni allies Turkey and Saudi Arabia.
Here is an excerpt from the article, "11 Reasons Why The Threat From Al-Qaeda is Not Real" that was published on this blog nearly three years ago:
Selig Harrison, a current member of the Woodrow Wilson International Centre for Scholars, a former senior associate of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, and an expert on South Asia, said in March 2001 at a conference called "Terrorism and Regional Security: Managing the Challenges in Asia," that the CIA and Pakistan's ISI helped create the backward and tyrannical Taliban. "The CIA made a historic mistake in encouraging Islamic groups from all over the world to come to Afghanistan," said Harrison, a quote that appears in an article in the Times of India from March 2001. According to Harrison, without the CIA and ISI's funds and guns, the Taliban wouldn't exist as a political and religious force in Afghanistan. An excerpt from the Times of India article:America is repeating the mistake of sponsoring Jihadist terrorist groups to execute its wrong-headed policy of regime change in Syria. As President Assad has warned in numerous interviews and speeches, many of these anti-Western Sunni Islamic terrorists won't settle for just Damascus and a couple of towns here and there across the country.
The old associations between the intelligence agencies continue, Harrison said. "The CIA still has close links with the ISI (Pakistan's Inter-Services Intelligence)."
Today that money and those weapons have helped build up the Taliban, Harrison said. "The Taliban are not just recruits from 'madrassas' (Muslim theological schools) but are on the payroll of the ISI (Inter Services Intelligence, the intelligence wing of the Pakistani government)." The Taliban are now "making a living out of terrorism."
Harrison said the UN Security Council resolution number 1333 calls for an embargo on arms to the Taliban. "But it is a resolution without teeth because it does not provide sanctions for non-compliance," he said. "The US is not backing the Russians who want to give more teeth to the resolution."
Now it is Pakistan that "holds the key to the future of Afghanistan," Harrison said. The creation of the Taliban was central to Pakistan's "pan-Islamic vision," Harrison said.
It came after "the CIA made the historic mistake of encouraging Islamic groups from all over the world to come to Afghanistan," he said. The creation of the Taliban had been "actively encouraged by the ISI and the CIA," he said. "Pakistan has been building up Afghan collaborators who will sustain Pakistan," he said.
They will spread terror to Europe, with or without Western blessing. Judging by the false flags 9/11 and 7/7 it is obvious that Western governments and Israel desire an extended reign of Islamic terror over Europe as opposed to the option of stability and tranquility which was guaranteed by secular states in Syria and Libya.
As Afghanistan has learned, there is no such thing as "moderate" Islam. Islam is a religion predicated on military conquest and the ruthless killing of opponents. Once you really get down to the meat of the religion it is about military, political, and spiritual domination.
By sponsoring al-Qaeda and other Jihadist terrorist groups in Syria, America, its Sunni allies Turkey and Saudi Arabia, and Israel have let a terrifying genie out of the bottle. But, something tells me they know what they're doing. Al-Qaeda has proven that it is obedient to USrael. It submissively advances USrael's interests whenever asked. But can the same be said for Turkey and Saudi Arabia?