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Al Qaeda in Iraq, a work of fiction, says captured 'leader'.

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posted on Jul, 19 2007 @ 12:21 PM

Khalid al-Mashadani, who is believed to be the most senior Iraqi in the Sunni Islamist al Qaeda. Al-Mashadani, who was caught this month, has told his U.S. military interrogators a prominent al Qaeda-led group is just a front and its leader fictitious, a military spokesman said on July 18, 2007. Brigadier-General Kevin Bergner told a news conference that Abu Omar al-Baghdadi, leader of the self-styled Islamic State of Iraq, which was purportedly set up last year, did not exist.

During Mashadani’s interrogation, the U.S. confirmed the Islamic State of Iraq is an al Qaeda front and that its leader does not really exist.

Fiction all of it, illuminati what games do you play? Didn't you know your patsie would sing?

Ofcource "Al Qaeda" in iraq , the ISI is a fake. so was Zarqawi. The whole thing was concucted and controlled by the CIA.

And it seems the Iraqi resitsance, aren't buying it forming their new coallition outside of "al Ciada".

posted on Jul, 19 2007 @ 12:42 PM

"IN MARCH, he was declared captured. In May, he was declared killed, and his purported corpse was displayed on state-run TV.

On Wednesday, Omar al-Baghdadi, the supposed leader of an al-Qaeda-affiliated group in Iraq, was declared non-existent by US military officials, who say he is a fictional character created to give an Iraqi face to a foreign-run terrorist group."

Just as they declared Zarqawi captured and killed., both creatures fake.

[edit on 19-7-2007 by Tokyo Rose]

posted on Jul, 19 2007 @ 04:17 PM
They just cant help it can they!You can not believe anything these liars say,they have NO morality

If a person can easily lie they can do anything,they should be whiter than white

I think a majority of the world now has a good idea that Al Qaeda is being used by the CIA to persue American interests around the globe.The notion that a small group of arabs that do criminal terrorist acts can lead to their country of origin being invaded is frankly disturbing.(well actualy Saudi arabia wasnt harmed in the slightest but you get my point)
These were not acts of war by those nations,but criminal activities by a small religious group.Its just amazing the many are punished for the sins of just a few!

You can tell the fake media news in the press these days as NO reporter puts his name to these stories,and we all know they pride themselfs on getting their name in print with their stories!So if its a white lie from the green zone being forced on the papers check for the reporters name and if there isnt one-ignore the drivel

[edit on 19-7-2007 by noangels2006]

posted on Jul, 19 2007 @ 05:08 PM
They have the "right" hand man
The second "right hand man"
The third "right hand man"
The fourth "right hand man"

And they've all been caught and killed over and over.

If it wasnt happening to MY country, the lies and terror, i'd say this is LAUGHABLE.

It IS laughable

posted on Jul, 19 2007 @ 05:33 PM

Originally posted by dgtempe

If it wasnt happening to MY country, the lies and terror, i'd say this is LAUGHABLE.:

I know what you mean, its like a tragic comedy.
Half the time I want to cry its so damn sad, and half the time I want to laugh because its so damn absurd.

Absurd as in we kill this guy three or four times, then they tell us he never even existed.
Absurd as in they tell us Saddam has WMD, then they tell us they never even existed.
And the saddest, funniest, most absurd thing about this is the continued denial by a majority of my fellow Americans as to what is going on.
I am able to demonstrate time and time again, lie after lie, and STILL I know people that support Bush and his cronies.

It baffles the mind I tell ya.

posted on Jul, 19 2007 @ 05:54 PM
That's surprising, i mean what the hell is Al-qaeda? Whenever there is a terrorist attack it has 'al qaeda blueprints' ' al- qaeda affilitaed group' attached to it. Just becasue Al qaeda used car bombs in co- ordinated attacks doesn't mean they are the only ones who thought of it or who have used it. The media really need to keep up with events and keep people who don't look into these things better infromed. Becasue if i was just tuned into Sky News, CNN i would think Bin Laden is in his cave ordering every car bomb in Iraq.

posted on Jul, 19 2007 @ 06:15 PM
I'm not sure what this is about. Al Qaeda work of fiction which is the subject of debate, or the fact that the name Islamic State of Iraq was supposed to be an Iraqi face as a cover for foreign fighters.

Although al-Qaida in Iraq's rank-and-file are mostly Iraqis, the Iraqi group's top leadership is dominated by foreigners, Bergner said. That includes al-Masri, who joined an al-Qaida forerunner in Egypt in the 1980s and later helped train fighters who drove the Soviet army from Afghanistan.

Pointing to the foreign influence within al-Qaida in Iraq could undermine support for the organization among nationalistically minded Iraqis, including some in insurgent groups that have broken with al-Qaida.

In an effort to give al-Qaida an Iraqi face, Bergner said al-Mashhadani and al-Masri established a front organization known as the Islamic State of Iraq, which the general described as "a virtual organization in cyberspace."

In Web postings, the Islamic State of Iraq has identified its leader as Abu Omar al-Baghdadi, a name indicating Iraqi origin, with the Egyptian al-Masri as minister of war. There are no known photos of al-Baghdadi.

Bergner said al-Mashhadani had told interrogators that al-Baghdadi is a "fictional role" created by al-Masri and that an actor with an Iraqi accent is used for audio recordings of speeches posted on the Web.

"In his words, the Islamic State of Iraq is a front organization that masks the foreign influence and leadership within al-Qaida in Iraq in an attempt to put an Iraqi face on the leadership of al-Qaida in Iraq," Bergner said.

Proclamation of the Islamic State is widely seen as a blunder by al-Qaida because it alienated independently minded insurgent groups that opposed the religious zealots' goal of an Islamic caliphate.;_ylt=AgsLHBeywUS6Lkdoo8RWJvFX6GMA

I believe somebody here got confused.

[edit on 19-7-2007 by deltaboy]

posted on Jul, 19 2007 @ 06:35 PM

Originally posted by deltaboy
................. al-Qaida............... al-Masri............. al-Qaida........... al-Baghdadi........... al-Mashhadani ............. al-Masri ........

I believe somebody here got confused.

Ya think?

Do you think maybe its confusing by design?

Funny no mention of Al-zarqawi, or Al-aqsa, or even the old evil Al-amode and his right hand man Al-acart.

Military pays for 'favorable "news"'

[edit on 19-7-2007 by 11Bravo]

posted on Jul, 19 2007 @ 06:47 PM

Originally posted by 11Bravo

Ya think?

Do you think maybe its confusing by design?

Funny no mention of Al-zarqawi, or Al-aqsa, or even the old evil Al-amode and his right hand man Al-acart.

Zarqawi was mentioned in the article, but then hes dead so theres no point in talking about him. Of course people here were confused on the story about thinking Al Qaeda is a fake which the poster Tokyo Rose was trying to put out by twisting the story.

posted on Jul, 19 2007 @ 07:06 PM
Music, please!

AL be seeing you in all the old familiar places............

This joke would only work with people my age and up.

posted on Jul, 19 2007 @ 07:26 PM
But who's the confuser?

Is it those who fabricate enemy leadership, to bolster their side?
Or is it the OTHER SIDE, fabricating leadership stories, to bolster their side?

This post was meant to be confusing, as an example.

posted on Jul, 20 2007 @ 03:29 AM
^In asnwer to that question, look at which side where the ones that killed a non existant person and showed his body on iraqi national tv?

Which side has been going on and on, about how their war in Iraq is about "fighting al qaeda".

Which side least benefits, when the Iraqi resistance says we have nothing to do with Al Qaeda?

you think about it.

posted on Jul, 20 2007 @ 07:46 AM
If Bin Laden is CIA why did they have to get a fake Bin Laden to confess?

How do they get Arabs to kill their own people for america?

posted on Jul, 20 2007 @ 12:59 PM
perhaps the ground troops of al-Qaida dont know that at the top of thier chain of command are sneaky lying deceitfull long term CIA agents who are shaping the middle east as America wants?

thats how these groups work mate!There on the outside looking in,and will do anything to further americas needs.

and you honestly want to know how they get arabs to kill other arabs?divide and conquer,its something all powers have done since fighting began.Cant believe your couldnt figure that out yourself?

posted on Jul, 20 2007 @ 02:22 PM
I have little doubt there is plenty of disinfo coming from all parties involved, personally. However it seems kind of silly at this point to deny that "Al Qaeda in Iraq" exists (although it certainly didn't prior to the US invasion), especially considering that up until recently, they had quite the PR machine going...

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