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NATO’s Hidden Terrorism

22-01-2007 21:49

Daniele Ganser, professor of contemporary history at Bale University (France) and chairman of the ASPO - Switzerland, published a landmark book about "NATO’s Secret Armies." According to him, during the last 50 years the United States have organized bombings in Western Europe that they have falsely attributed to the left and the extreme left with the purpose of discrediting them in the eyes of their voters. This strategy is still present today, inspiring fear for the Islam and justifying wars on oil.

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9/11 and American Empire: Intellectuals Speak Out, by David Ray Griffin and Pete

22-01-2007 20:32

Surely there can be no higher duty for academics and other intellectuals at this time than to expose the big lie of 9/11, thereby undermining the primary pretext for the global domination project. Morgan Reynolds, Professor Emeritus of Economics, Texas A& M University (P. 115 of 9/11 And American Empire)

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Looking for a Gulf of Tonkin-like Incident

21-01-2007 22:28

Obviously, President George W. Bush is busily looking for a Gulf of Tonkin-like incident in order to further escalate the war in Iraq and to start a fresh one with Iran.

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Danish High Court to hear citizens’ case re anti-constitutional invasion of Iraq

21-01-2007 22:04

On 29 January, the High Court of Eastern Denmark will begin its hearing of a case in which a group of Danish citizens will attempt to establish that Denmark’s participation in the invasion of Iraq was in breach of the Danish constitution.

The article below is based on a press release issued by the Danish Constitution Committee, Grundlovskomiteen af 2003, which is bringing the case against the Danish Prime Minister.

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2 Letters from Prisoners in the UK's Guantanamo: HMP Long Lartin

21-01-2007 21:17

The Campaign Against Criminalising Communities (CAMPACC) web site has two letters from detainees at HMP Long Lartin, "Y" and Reda Dendani (formally "Q"), "HMP Long Lartin is UK’s Guatanamo -approved and made legal by SIAC (Special Immigration Appeal Commission) - a secret court with secret evidence". Read on for these letters and an article about them.

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Ian Crane's The 9/11-7/7 Connection Bradford Date

18-01-2007 23:01

Ian Crane, chair of the 9/11 Truth Campaign (Britain and Ireland), is making a presentation at
The Carlisle Business Centre
60 Carlisle Road
Bradford BD8 8 BD

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Craig Murray: Torture and The "War on Terror"

16-01-2007 10:35


Former British Ambassador to Uzbekistan speaks of the shocking torture and the knowingly false intelligence produced in the so called "War on Terror".

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Photo from Athens IMC makes fool of the counter-terrorist police

15-01-2007 04:00

Police considered an older wikipedia photo as connected to the US Embassy attack

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Police Entrapment in Terror Case?

10-01-2007 22:37

Matin Stolar
Police Entrapment in Terror Case? NYC Subway Bomb Plotter Says He Was Set Up By Paid NYPD Informant

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List of Exhibitors at the Counter Terror World Exhibition

22-12-2006 23:02

Earlier this month, London's Olympia hosted the first Counter Terror World exhibition, at which companies and countries from around the world "shared with each other lessons learned in the war on terror." The official website of the exhibition ( has been taken down and now re-directs to So the information that the site provided (list of exhibitors etc.) is not available on the web any more. Therefore, we reproduce some of that info below.

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Busted, for grassing on terrorists

20-12-2006 12:57

A psychology professor at Florida International University, five years in prison for conspiracy to become an unregistered foreign agent. His wife who also worked at the university, faces up to three years in prison for concealing her husband's participation in that conspiracy. The two are scheduled to be sentenced February 27.

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Terrorism, Security Business and Britain

19-12-2006 18:49

"The airlines, as owners [of airports], would be sensitive not only to the direct impact on their profits, but the indirect impact as a result to unhappy customers who chose alternative modes of transportation."

This is suggested by Joseph Stiglitz, former US Council of Economic Advisers, in a Financial Times article. In this, he discusses the UK airports "debacle" of this summer, triggered by the discovery of the terrorist plot to blow up aircraft. He argues that the BAA (British Airport Authority) lacked efficiency and sufficiently trained staff for security checks. So airlines should own the airports so they can modernize security measures with the latest equipment and new highly trained staff.

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CIA Recruiting 'Terrorists' in Egypt to Fight in Iraqi and Afghanistan

18-12-2006 15:39

Russian newspaper Pravda reported a few days ago that the Russian president is "furious" with the American war leader, George W. Bush, over his breaking of a promise to not provide US funding to Israeli for their War on Lebanon last summer. In an even greater affront to Russia, and its supposed Middle Eastern ally Egypt, reports also accused the US of operating a "CIA/French Intelligence backed terror ring on Egyptian territory for the recruitment of foreign fighters to be deployed in the Iraqi and Afghanistan wars." Egyptian authorities, however, had infiltrated the group and arrested the American and French ring leaders.

Read the full article:

See also Al-Ahram's article "The European connection":

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The Liquid Terror Bomb Mastermind - Aquitted

17-12-2006 00:06

Rashid Rauf, the proclaimed mastermind behind the "liquid terror bomb" plot from the summer of 2006 is not to be proscuted for terror offensives due to a lack of evidence:

Pakistan drops terrorism charges against key suspect in Heathrow bomb plot

On December 13, in an extraordinary turn of events, a court in Pakistan dropped terrorism charges against British-born Rashid Rauf.

Rauf is the alleged “ringleader” of the most infamous terror plot ever apparently uncovered in Britain—the plan to explode a number of transatlantic airlines en route from London’s Heathrow airport.

Details of the court hearing are extremely limited. But according to reports, a judge at an anti-terrorism court in Rawalpinidi said that the case against Rauf did not “fall into the category of terrorism.”

Rauf’s lawyer, Hashmat Habib, said no evidence had been provided to back up claims that his client was part of a conspiracy to hijack airplanes, and the judge agreed to strike out the two charges against Rauf relating to terrorism. “That practically means that Rashid Rauf has been acquitted of charges relating to terrorism,” Habib said.

Craig Murray, who spoke in Sheffield recently on:

Legality, Morality and the War on Terror

Has written the following article about Rashid Rauf.

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US man caught in anti-US army terror plot

14-12-2006 18:30

Below are three reports showing that US and Europeans were caught organising ‘Islamofacist’ terrorism in Iraq against US soldiers. No doubt, they will claim it is all an elaborate undercover operation.

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The Cuban Five and US Terrorism...

14-12-2006 16:53

Free the Cuban Five!
Now is the time to demand the release of the Cuban Five. They were sentenced 5 years ago this month and have been imprisoned unjustly in the U.S. for 8 years for the crime of trying to defend their homeland against terrorist attacks...

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Is It Really About Terrorism?

11-12-2006 16:37

For the second time this year, I arrived at Coventry airport on Friday evening to find Special Branch officers at my reception [see first time]. Again, I was the last passenger to leave the airport, having been searched and questioned for over 45 minutes under the Terrorism Act. But it was so obvious this time that it had nothing to do with 'terrorism', but more with my being an activist, or "an anarchist", as they put it.

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Whose War on Whose Terror? Reclaiming Our Rights

09-12-2006 18:20

Yesterday, I was fortunate to have been one of the opening plenary speakers at the 'Reclaiming Our Rights' conference at the Human Rights and Social Justice Institute at the London Metropolitan University, organized mainly by the Campaign Against Criminalising Communities (CAMPACC). It was an excellent conference bringing together some of the leading dissident organizations involved in political activism against the anti-terror laws. Speakers included people like Craig Murray, former British Ambassador to Uzbekistan; Mark Thomas, political comedian and journalist; Gareth Pierce, leading human rights lawyer; Brian Haw, the permanent Parliament Square protestor; among many others.

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Close Counter Terror World!

30-11-2006 19:12

In a few days time, Olympia plays host the Counter Terror World, an exhibition at which companies and countries from around the world will share with each other lessons learned in the war on terror, a war on their own populations. Israel will be a prominent attendee, eager - no doubt - to share the lessons they've learned from the recent campaign in Lebanon and the ongoing repression in the West Bank and Gaza Strip.

London Class War have called a picket of Olympia at 1pm on Tuesday 5 December, the first day of the sordid exhibition. Further details are available on the website,