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Posts Tagged ‘British

British SAS leads hunt for Gaddafi in Libya

August 26, 2011

British special forces are on the ground in Libya helping to lead the hunt for Muammar Gaddafi. As a $1.6 million bounty was placed on his head, soldiers from 22 SAS Regiment began guiding rebel soldiers after being ordered in by the British Prime Minister, David Cameron. For the first time, defense sources have confirmed […]

British and French Agents in Libya to kill Gaddafi

June 23, 2011

A team of 130 British and French agents are reportedly on a do-or-die deep undercover mission in Libya to get Colonel Muammar Gaddafi. The Daily Star reports the British security service MI6 and France’s Directorate-General for External Security agents are personally sanctioned by UK PM David Cameron and French President Sarkozy. Members of the team […]

Al-Qaeda assassin in Guantánamo worked for MI6

May 3, 2011

An al-Qaeda operative accused of bombing two Christian churches and a luxury hotel in Pakistan in 2002 was at the same time working for British intelligence, according to secret files on detainees who were shipped to the US military’s Guantánamo Bay prison camp. Adil Hadi al Jazairi Bin Hamlili, an Algerian citizen described as a […]

WikiLeaks Mirrors and Operation Payback CyberWar

December 9, 2010

WikiLeaks is currently under heavy attack. Julian Assange, the founder of WikiLeaks, was jailed in Britain Tuesday on charges that many claim are a pretext for political repression dictated by the US government. Informal discussions have already been held between US and Swedish officials about the possibility of Assange being delivered into US custody, according […]

Why NATO Should Withdraw from Afghanistan

July 29, 2010

It is difficult for politicians to admit they were wrong. But when it comes to Afghanistan, the consequences of not doing so could be high. It took 30 years for former US Secretary of Defense Robert McNamara to acknowledge that the Vietnam War had been a mistake. NATO and the West shouldn’t wait that long. […]

On BP, Oil, Libya and Lockerbie

July 25, 2010

Just before Christmas in 1988, a flight from London to New York City was blasted out of the sky above Scotland by a bomb in the cargo. All 259 people on board were killed, along with 11 on the ground. One man was convicted for the mass murder at a Scottish trial in 2000: Abdelbasset […]

Former MI5 Chief testifies Iraq War increased the terrorist threat

July 21, 2010

The war in Iraq led to a huge increase in the terrorist threat to the UK, the former head of MI5 has told the Iraq Inquiry. Baroness Manningham-Buller added that the decision to remove Saddam Hussein had caused a “long-term major and strategic problem” for Britain by allowing al-Qaeda time to build a stronghold in […]

Britain’s Abu Ghraib

July 4, 2010

An inquiry into the death of Baha Mousa will detail how Mousa died in Iraq in September 2003, allegedly brutalized by British soldiers in a “free for all”; and how it was that he and nine other men in the same incident were allegedly hooded, forced into painful stress positions, and deprived of sleep, food […]

Tony Blair and George W. Bush stand accused

April 25, 2010

From an article by a Emeritus Professor of Law, as published in a prominent Malaysian paper: Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair … stands accused of war crimes and crimes against humanity by many learned and independent scholars of international law. The case against him looks rock solid, especially after his confession to the BBC […]

Taliban vow to step up the violence in Afghanistan

December 4, 2009

The Taliban have vowed to step up resistance against the extra 30,000 American troops US President Barack Obama has ordered to Afghanistan, having made statements including: “This is a colonizing strategy which is securing the colonizing interests of American investors and it shows that America has dirty plans not only for Afghanistan but for the […]