Archive | October 24, 2013

Ben Barrack interviewed by Sam Sorbo about Egypt

The Andrea Tantaros show, guest hosted by Sam Sorbo, had Ben Barrack on the show today to talk about the latest developments in Egypt. While western media has been fixated on things like the Government shutdown, the debt ceiling, and the Obamacare trainwreck, there have been explosive developments in Egypt. For example, former president, Mohammed […]

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Al-Kashif: Benghazi suspect in Egyptian jail (shouts while holding photo of bin Laden)

U.N. ID’s Egyptian Terror network in Benghazi Attack

The United Nations Security Council has named Muhammad Jamal Abdo Al-Kashif and his Jamal Network as being involved in the attacks on U.S. installations in Benghazi on 9/11/12. It further acknowledges Al-Kashif’s connection to Al-Qaeda’s number one, Ayman al-Zawahiri, who is reported to have worked with former Egyptian president Mohammed Mursi to establish terrorist camps […]

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Ayman al-Zawahiri: Now implicated in Benghazi attacks.

Al-Qaeda Core officially implicated in Benghazi attack

First official acknowledgment that the Benghazi attacks last year involve at least two suspects who are members of “Al-Qaeda core”, which is based in Pakistan and led by Ayman al-Zawahiri. The following post shall include EXHIBIT AG in our “Ironclad” Report. While this Exhibit constitutes the first official acknowledgment of al-Qaeda involvement in Benghazi, we […]

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Saudi Prince Bandar: Angry with U.S.

Too Bad: Saudis angry with U.S. (can we talk 9/11 now)

If there is a country Saudi Arabia and Iran despise more than Israel, it’s each other. When it comes to Syria, Iran’s most prominent ally, the prospect of removing Bashar al-Assad has a pavlovian effect on the Saudis. After the Chemical weapons attack on August 20th, al-Assad’s removal was seemingly so close, it could be […]

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