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Terrorism Illuminati

Terrorism Illuminati

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The Muslim Brotherhood has acted as a clever technique to recruit agent-
provocateurs for the Iluminati. The lowest ranks may sincerely believe they

are defending Islam, and confronting “Western imperialism”. However, these

various terrorist groups, though representing different factions, are part of a
single network serving the same Illuminati cause. When we explore the political

and fnancial connections of the terrorists, we fnd that these are not merely

wayward fanatics, operating in isolation, but that their channels penetrate to
the upper reaches of power, in the British and American governments, and
outward into the nether regions of the occult and criminal underworlds.

Svali, a former member of the cult, the Illuminati “.... are truly an

international group, and the group’s agenda supersedes any nationalistic


That members of this network could share a common goal,

despite adhering to apparently conficting ideologies and religious creeds,

is explained by the fact that the Illuminati believe there is no truth. This

reality, according to them, is too diffcult to handle for all but the “elite”. As

for the masses, however, they require religion. It is therefore perceived as
necessary by the Illuminati to don the façade of religion to lead them. As

Robert Dreyfuss clarifes:

The real Muslim Brothers are those whose hands are never dirtied with the

business of killing and burning. They are the secretive bankers and fnanciers

who stand behind the curtain, the members of the old Arab, Turkish, or
Persian families whose genealogy places them in the oligarchical elite, with
smooth business and intelligence associations to the European black nobility
and, especially, to the British oligarchy.
And the Muslim Brotherhood is money. Together, the Brotherhood probably
controls several tens of billions of dollars in immediate liquid assets, and controls
billions more in day-to-day business operations in everything from oil trade and
banking to drug-running, illegal arms merchandising, and gold and diamond
smuggling. By allying with the Muslim Brotherhood, the Anglo-Americans are

not merely buying into a terrorists-for-hire racket; they are partners in a powerful


: Al Qaeda

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and worldwide fnancial empire that extends from numbered Swiss bank accounts

to offshore havens in Dubai, Kuwait and Hong Kong.2

So, when Ronald Reagan was inaugurated President in January 1981,
and the U.S. objective in Afghanistan shifted, because it was estimated that a

Mujahideen fghting force of no less than 150,000 trained and well-equipped

troops would have to be created, William Casey endorsed a worldwide
recruitment effort, to be organized through the CIA. Exercised through the
Muslim Brotherhood, it would reach to the Afghan exile communities in
Europe, North Africa, other parts of the Islamic world, and America. The
recruitment drive to attract Muslims from all parts of the world was of course
a pretext. The Mujahideen were able to attract but a few thousand volunteers.
In reality, the recruitment effort was aimed at indoctrinating an international
pool of terrorists to serve beyond the war in Afghanistan, to be later used to
instigate the phony War on Terror.

For the meantime, these would be regarded as “Freedom Fighters”,

but the war in Afghanistan provided the Illuminati the opportunity to mobilize
an international army of terrorist recruits, whose directives would later be
changed to attack the US. The prime recruiting ground for these dupes, of
course, was the bastion of that fanatical version of Islam created by the British
in the eighteenth century, Saudi Arabia, a country now which, following the

orchestration of the oil crisis, was in a fnancial position to fund these covert

operations on behalf of their co-conspirators in London and Washingston.
To solicit Saudi Arabia’s support, Casey contacted Bandar, who
arranged a meeting with King Fahd, as a result of which the Saudis, funneled

through the BCCI, would match “America dollar for dollar supporting the
Mujahideen,” according to Prince Turki al Faisal, longtime head of Saudi


Besides ridding themselves of an increasingly volatile section
of the population, according to Craig Unger, the war in Afghanistan was:

...a mission that could be embraced by the gamut of Saudi society, from the
wealthy merchant families and the House of Saud to the militant clerics and
the fundamentalist masses. For the royal family, the war was not just part of
the cornerstone of the burgeoning Saudi alliance with the United States, but
served other purposes as well. Contributing to the war effort placated the
militant clerics and helped accommodate the growing unrest and the more
radical elements of society.4

The ISI requested the presence of a Saudi prince to lead the “Jihad”

in Afghanistan. While no volunteers were forthcoming, the Saudi leaders
recommended the scion of a wealthy family that was close to the monarchy,
Osama bin Laden. He was dispatched to the Pakistan border, arriving there just

in time to hear Brzezinski, donning a turban, shout “Allah is on your side”.

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But, while Osama was responsible for the organization and training of
new recruits, it was Sheikh Abdullah Azzam who formulated the ideological
argument, according to Islamic law, in order to justify the war in Afghanistan

as “Jihad”, by which recruits were to be motivated to serve American interests

against the Soviets.

Barnett R Rubin, a Columbia University associate professor, and senior

fellow at the CFR, says sources have told him that Abdullah Azzam was “enlisted”

by the CIA.5

Unrelated to the Egyptian Azzams, Azzam was a Palestinian-born
teacher of religion, and an active member of the Muslim Brotherhood in the West
Bank. Later, he pursued an education in Jordan and Damascus before receiving
his doctorate in Islamic jurisprudence from Cairo’s Al Azhar University in 1973.

While in Cairo, Azzam met the family of Sayed Qutb.6

Thereafter, he moved to
Saudi Arabia, after being invited to teach at King Abdul Aziz University, where

he linked up with Sayed Qutb’s brother Mohammed.
Mohammed Qutb, like many in the Muslim Brotherhood, had emigrated

under CIA sponsorship to Saudi Arabia during Nasser’s crackdown.7

He was

given different offcial positions at Saudi universities to teach and to carry out the
mission of the Muslim Brotherhood. While in Saudi Arabia, Mohammed Qutb

conceived of the organization now known as the World Assembly of Muslim
Youth (WAMY), which was established in 1972, thanks to large donations from
the bin Laden family. Osama’s brother Omar was at one time its executive
director, and another brother, Abdullah, who also served as a director, was being
investigated as a source of terrorist funding until the Bush administration halted
the FBI’s investigation at the beginning of his term in 2001.8
Like Abdul Wahhab, and typical of all Muslim Brotherhood ideology,
Azzam depended on an interpretation of Islamic law derived from Ibn
Taymiyyah. In Ibn Taymiyyah’s time, the Islamic world had come under the
sway of the Mongols. Despite the fact that the Mongol invaders had accepted
Islam, Ibn Taymiyyah insisted that their religion was tainted, and therefore that

they were unbelievers. By categorizing the Mongol rulers as infdel invaders,
Ibn Taymiyyah argued that it was obligatory for the Muslims to fght them.

Azzam employed similar arguments, claiming that once a Muslim land is
invaded, the Muslims of the world must unite to defend it. Ultimately, what
Azzam did was to convince his Muslim brethren that, despite the rampant

corruption in their own countries, it was incumbent upon them to fght the
unholy infdels in far away Afghanistan, omitting the fact that it was not a

Muslim country, but had already been subjected to Communism.

Azzam, however, was fnally assassinated in a car bomb attack in late
1989. Some US intelligence offcials believe bin Laden ordered the killing.

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