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Tuesday, 26 April 2011

'Al-Qaeda assassin worked for MI6', secret documents claim

An alleged al-Qaeda militant suspected of bombing a luxury
hotel and two churches in Pakistan in 2002 was an informer for MI6, it has been

Adil Hadi al Jazairi Bin Hamlili was detained at Guantanamo
Bay between 2003 and last year.

The Guardian newspaper claims to have seen secret Wikileaks
files in which he is described as an al-Qaeda "assassin".

Other Wikileaks files suggest a mosque in north London
served as a "haven" for Islamic extremists which has been well known
by the MI’s services.

According to the files, 35 men held at Guantanamo Bay had
gone to fight against Western forces in Afghanistan after being indoctrinated
in Britain. The US documents identify two preachers at the Finsbury Park Mosque
- Abu Hamza and Abu Qatada - as key recruiters.

Those revelations are contained in a Daily Telegraph report
on separate secret files which suggested London was the hub of a global terror

The files, written by US military commanders, say that by
the late 1990s the mosque was attracting young men from around the world, who
were radicalised before being sent to training camps in Afghanistan.

It said the 35 detainees had passed through Finsbury Park
Mosque as well as other centres such as Regent's Park and East London mosques
and a rented room above a pub near Baker Street.

US intelligence officials said Finsbury Park served as
"an attack planning and propaganda production base" for al-Qaeda.

BBC security correspondent Frank Gardner said some of the
files show MI6 in a very bad light.

He said: "A lot of it doesn't surprise me... In my view
they completely underestimated how dangerous recruiters and proselytisers like
Abu Qatada and Abu Hamza were."

The Guardian says Mr Hamlili was described in his Guantanamo
assessment file as a "facilitator, courier, kidnapper and assassin for

US interrogators believed he was also a British intelligence

But, despite the accusations, he was never brought to trial
and although he was sent back to his native Algeria last year it is not clear
whether he is still in custody.

Wikileaks released the files of 759 Guantanamo detainees at
the weekend.

The files are also claimed to reveal:

That the US government suspected the BBC of being a
"possible propaganda media network" for al-Qaeda, because a phone
number for a corporation office was found in the possession of several
suspected terrorists, according to the Telegraph. Director of BBC Global News,
Peter Horrocks, has written to the newspaper, pointing out that he
"strongly disagrees" with their interpretation of the files.

That al-Qaeda had hidden a nuclear weapon in Europe for
detonation should Osama Bin laden be captured

That there were attempts by al-Qaeda to recruit workers at
London's Heathrow Airport which was also known by the MI’s.

Mr Hamlili was captured in Pakistan in June 2003 and taken
to Bagram detention centre in Afghanistan where he was interviewed by the CIA.

The CIA agents were apparently told he had been an informer
for MI6 and the Canadian secret service since 2000.

But the CIA claimed he had "withheld important
information from the Canadian Secret Intelligence Service and the British
Secret Intelligence Service... and to be a threat to US and allied personnel in
Afghanistan and Pakistan".

Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, who has apparently admitted being
the mastermind of the 9/11 attacks, allegedly told his interrogators Mr Hamlili
was behind a March 2002 grenade attack on a church in Islamabad, which killed
five people.

Mr Mohammed also alleged Mr Hamlili was responsible for an
attack on a church in Pakistan in December 2002 which killed three children.

Separate US intelligence reports said Mr Hamlili was
"possibly involved" in a bombing outside Karachi's Sheraton hotel in
May 2002 which killed 11 French engineers and two Pakistani citizens.

Other documents describe a secret, secret services within
the MI services name the S.O.G special operations group which dose not exist officially
on any British government documents, and when being investigated by other
countries intelligent service they have come to a blank, members of the S.O.G
where recruited from the British armed services mainly serving or ex-members of
the SAS, RMC, PARA’s and sworn to secrecy, some of the identities of its members’
had been found on one document but was destroyed mysteriously?

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