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By substantiations and evidence: This is how Washington created terrorism in the world

Written by: Khodor Awarki / Translated by: Abir Hoteit

2020.02.03 08:38

 Talking about the role of the United States in developing and supporting terrorism is not considered a precedent, but this matter is lost within the cycle of daily events on the one hand, and the American media machine that is falsifying and recycling information on the other hand, which requires permanently re-linking the truth and uncovering it with complete impartiality, Especially with the continued existence of American confessions that are lost between the lines of news for this role and its goals.
On the principle of "from your mouth I condemn you," many historical facts can be made about Washingtons role in supporting and developing terrorist organizations and using them later to achieve political and economic goals, whether by aligning with them, or marketing them as an enemy that requires American intervention, and this is what happened and happens.
This can be inferred by delving into some of the details of the open coalition that lasted for more than a decade between the Takfiri organizations and the American intelligence during the Afghan-Soviet war. Indeed, the Americans and Saudis trained Osama bin Laden in the camps they set up for the Arab Afghans in Peshawar, Pakistan.
This was also confirmed by Abu Muhammad al-Maqdisi, one of the most famous theorists of the Salafi-jihadi movement, and he is a Jordanian who was imprisoned several times on charges of theorizing the terrorists. Or to undermine the infidel systems of the most dangerous from a distant enemy. "This thought was an essential pillar of American policy and its way of dealing with takfiri organizations, and a gateway through which it was able to transform these takfirist currents and organizations into a tool and scarecrow, using them when needed, and fighting them when needed.
US President Donald Trump, openly declared before a crowd of his supporters in Florida in August of 2016, that ISIS is an American industry, and he literally said, “They value President Obama, he is the founder of ISIS,” and Trump also attacked his Democratic rival, Hillary. Clinton described her as "a founding partner" of the organization. She replied, accusing him of "bad speech."
Before Trump, Vice President Barack Obama had accused US allies of supporting terrorism in Syria. Note that the Americans, through the Intelligence and the Pentagon, participated with the countries that Biden accused in establishing two operations rooms in Jordan (the MAM) and in Turkey (the MOC) to support the Takfiri organizations fighting against Bashar al-Assad. American "Americas allies armed, trained, and used terrorist organizations such as ISIS and Al Qaeda in both Syria and Iraq."
Over the past decades, the United States has repeatedly supported and used takfiri organizations, supporting al Qaeda and its affiliates for years since 1979, that is, since the Afghan-Soviet war, according to former Saudi intelligence chief Turki al-Faisal.
The CIA also set up training camps in Pakistan, and during the ten years (1979-1992) recruited approximately 35,000 jihadists from 43 Islamic countries to fight in the ranks of the Afghan jihad. The "New York Times" quoted the report of the Commission of the Families of the Victims of the September 11 Aggression that the CIA paid the price of advertisements that appeared in newspapers and newsletters all over the world to provide inducements and incentives to join jihad.
Washington has supported the Islamic terrorist network since the Reagan administration, which described the terrorists as "freedom fighters" and supplied his country with Islamist fighters. And all of this was for a good reason: “Fighting the Soviet Union and regime change, which would undermine the secular government in pro-Soviet Afghanistan,” according to the Washington Post. Ronald Reagan met Afghan Mujahideen at the White House in 1984, according to what he confirmed Reagan himself.
In addition to supporting the expiatory groups with money and weapons, Washington provided great promotional support, and the University of Nebraska published jihad books. The New Yorker reported that the United States spent millions of dollars to provide Afghan schoolchildren with textbooks full of images of violence and strict Islamic teachings. It is the same schools that have never been found in Saudi Arabia and later produced the Taliban.
Currently, the United States of America continues to follow the same paths and recycle Takfiri groups with new names. The “state” organization is originally a branch of the entity that was created by the American intelligence with the support of the British intelligence MI6, the Israeli Mossad, the ISI, and the head of the Saudi General Intelligence GIP.
NATO and the Turkish High Command have been responsible for recruiting mercenaries, “the state” and “Nusra,” since the beginning of the Syrian insurgency in March 2011. According to Israeli intelligence sources, this initiative consisted of: “A campaign to recruit thousands of Muslim volunteers from the Middle East and the Islamic world to fight alongside the Syrian rebels. The Turkish army should house these volunteers, train them, and secure their passage to Syria, ”as confirmed by the head of the Republican Turkish Peoples Party.
An opposition Turkish source confirmed a story published by an Israeli website, Deepika, on August 14, 2011, in which it stated that "NATO is giving the rebels anti-tank weapons.
Military contract contractors with the Pentagon also trained terrorists in the use of chemical weapons, as “US officials and some European allies use them to train Syrian rebels on how to secure chemical weapons stocks in Syria,” a senior US official and several senior diplomats said, according to a report published by the American CNN in December 2012.
Washington, in cooperation with its Saudi ally, recruited a large number of ISIS mercenaries, who were originally prisoners sentenced to death, who were released by the Kingdom, provided they joined the ISIS terrorist brigades, according to the New Yorker. Israel also provided support to IS and the ISIS brigades. Al-Nusra ”from the Golan Heights. Jihadist fighters met with Israeli army officers and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. This support is implicitly recognized by senior IDF officers.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Defense Minister Moshe Yaalon appeared next to an injured mercenary, inside an Israeli military field hospital in the Golan Heights on the border, according to a Yedioth Ahronoth report published on February 18, 2014.
In addition, al-Qaeda terrorist brigades (which are secretly supported by Western intelligence) were deployed in Mali, Niger, Nigeria, the Central African Republic, Somalia, and Yemen to prevent Chinese investment from invading those countries. According to what was stated in the book "The American War on Terror" by Michelle Chossudovsky.
The Canadian "Global Research" Institute affirmed that these various al-Qaeda entities in the Middle East, sub-Saharan Africa and Asia are "intelligence assets" sponsored by the CIA, and Washington uses them to create chaos, create internal conflicts and destabilize sovereign states.
In this context, it is possible to recall what the American journalist Seymour Hersh repeatedly said in his famous interview with Lebanon with CNN that America supported Al Qaeda in Lebanon to counter Hezbollahs influence in that country.

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