In 2005, the arrest of two British agents disguised as “terrorists” Shia with a car full of explosives in Basra has provided solid evidence in Iraq that the British occupation forces are involved in so-called sectarian terrorist bomb attacks, which, until now, have been acts, mysterious, unclaimed, and unexplained, of senseless violence.
The current wave of terrorist bomb attacks in “false flag” is the realization of the Zionist strategy that aims to foment civil strife leading to the balkanization of Iraq.
After having shot and killed policemen and Iraqi civilians in Basra, two agents of the British Special Air Service (SAS) (*) or a branch organization of special forces, bombers disguised as suicide bombers in the Mahdi Army were caught “in flagrante “in a car loaded with explosives.
Having failed to obtain the release by the local police of the two terrorists disguised, British forces have resorted to an extraordinary action, and, using a bulldozer tore down the building complex of the police and the prison in Basra, threatening officials Iraqi police and taking bets weapons to terrorists as agents of the Queen [of England] have not been recovered.
The front pages of major British newspapers reported on September 20 dramatic photographs of a tank on fire involved in the first attempt to release the men, but the story more significant and was largely obscured in the details of the two British terrorist agents “whose arrest Basra has burned down, “as he wrote the Daily Mail newspaper.
The International Herald Tribune, a newspaper published abroad by the U.S. The New York Times, did not even mention the important events that occurred in Basra appear to have uncovered a source of so-called sectarian terrorism in Iraq.
In recent months, attacks by car bombs and seemingly random unclaimed have killed hundreds of Iraqis, as well as experts in their thousands in similar senseless bombings in 30 months have elapsed since the occupation of Iraq of Americans and British. This wave of terrorist attacks on those who seem to “false flag” is actually the realization of a long followed Zionist strategy to foment sectarian violence that lead to the balkanization of Iraq into three small states, each of which uniform ethnicity.
(*) The Special Air Service [literally, Special Air Service] is a British military unit chosen.
Many of these attacks by car bombs are perpetrated by suicide bombers bomb, but it is simply parked cars filled with explosives, such as that led by two “soldiers” British arrested. These car bombs are left usually near crowded areas, such as markets, and killed many innocent civilians.
On 30 September, for example, a car bomb detonated near a vegetable market in the city of Hilla, killing 8 and wounding 41. Similarly, several car bombs killed 110 civilians in the Iraqi Shiites two days earlier on September 30.
On September 29, three vehicles to pick-up [ie boxed, ndt] filled with explosives detonated in quick succession in Balad, 80 kilometers north of Baghdad. The first bomb exploded at an outdoor market, ten minutes later it exploded on the street the second car-bomb, just as employees were arriving responders to emergencies. The third bomb exploded 10 minutes later in a residential area that reportedly is predominantly Shiite.
“There were cops there, nor by the American patrols, only innocent people who were shopping at the market,” said a senior police Balad graduated at The New York Times.
Similarly, Sept. 18, a car bomb killed 30 people at the market Nahrwan, about 45 kilometers from Baghdad. “It was not a suicide bombing,” said a police spokesman. “A car parked in the middle of the square that is then blown up.”
In the week of the attack bomber Nahrwan the market, more than 200 Iraqis were killed in bombings and shootings in Baghdad and surrounding areas.
On 16 September, a car-bomb “suicide” has struck worshipers leaving a Shiite mosque in Tuz Khormato, 130 kilometers north of Baghdad. The Prime Minister Ibrahim al-Jaafari of Iraq, speaking in New York, said the bomber bomber was a Syrian, without providing any evidence to support this claim.
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The Washington Post reported that two Britons have been accused “of shooting at Iraqi forces or trying to plant explosives.”
The governor of Basra, Mohammed al-Waili, said that British agents were arrested after shooting two policemen, killing one.
“They drove a civilian car and were dressed in civilian clothes when there was a shootout between them and Iraqi patrols,” said an official. “We are investigating and an Iraqi judge is following the case and are questioning them.”
“According to what is told, the men were armed with guns and explosives,” reported the British BBC television and some British newspapers. BBC’s Paul Wood said that two British agents were probably in a covert mission to gain intelligence information they needed to stop further attacks on British troops. “Their weapons, their explosives, communication devices and their accessories are ordinary British special forces,” said Wood.
Wood did not mention if the wigs and disguises from Arabs are considered “ordinary accessory” to the British special forces.
However, it seems highly unlikely that the two non-Arab British agents who wore wigs dense blacks could have passed through any door in an attempt to infiltrate. Their costumes would not have deceived any Iraqi who had approached them enough to talk to them.
In a statement, Brigadier-General [in the text, Brigadier] John Lorimer said that under Iraqi law the “soldiers” should have been handed over to coalition authorities. When negotiations for the release of British agents have failed, a vehicle transporting British troops shot down a prison wall. The attack on the prison involved a dozen military vehicles and helicopters. The British command was concerned about what those men would have revealed the Iraqi police under interrogation and revealed to consider the matter urgent.
The governor al-Waili described that operation as a “barbaric act of aggression.”
While the importance of the issue of British terrorists in disguise was not discussed in the main means of mass communication, has been investigated more thoroughly by the Socialist Worker, a news website of the Socialist Party [literally, Socialist Party] in Great Britain .
Sheikh Hassan al-Zarqani, a spokesman based in Basra for the cleric Moqtada al-Sadr, a rebel Shiite, told Socialist Worker that the two British agents were armed with explosives and detonators operated by remote control.
When they were caught, the two bearded British agents wore black wigs and were disguised as members of Sadr’s militia, and that the army of Mahd. It is a commonly used tactic of “false flag terrorism” is often used by Israeli intelligence in the occupied territories of Palestine.
Disguised as Arabs are being provided eyewitness accounts that, whatever was the terrorist operation in which the men were involved, would be reported as perpetrated by Iraqis.
The incident in Basra, according to Sheikh Hassan, began when an officer of long length of service of the Sadr movement, that Sheikh Ahmad Fartusi, was arrested Sunday, September 18.
“We called for a protest Monday outside the office of the mayor demanded that Sheikh was released,” said Hassan. “The protest was peaceful.”
“But the events in our city have taken a left turn when the police tried to stop two men dressed as members of the Mahdi Army that moved in a car near the protest. The men opened fire at police and passers-by. After a car chase, were arrested, “said Hassan.
“Cò that our police found in their car was very disturbing – weapons, explosives and a detonator operated by remote control,” he said. “These are the weapons of terrorists.We believe that these soldiers were planning an attack on a market or other civilian targets, but thank God, were arrested and many lives were saved. ”
“The two men were taken to the police station to answer questions about their activities.That afternoon the British forces arrived on board tanks and some armored cars demanding the release of the two men. ”
“The police refused because the men were willing to plan terrorist attacks disguised as members of the Mahdi Army, and wanted to know what their objectives.”
“Thousands of people had gathered to defend the police station. British troops opened fire and the crowd responded by pulling stones and firebombs. ”
“Because these men were dressed as members of the Mahdi Army?” Asked Hassan.”Because transporting explosives and where they planned to detonate their bomb?”
“They were planning an attack in order to create tension with other communities? They intended to kill innocent people and blame Al-Qaeda, which has no support in our city? ”
“The soldiers brought a tank at the police station, threatening to kill police officers if they had not delivered the two terrorists,” said Hassan. “Only then, to avoid further loss of life, these men were released.”
On 22 September, Judge Raghib al-Mudhafar, chief of the anti-terrorist court in Basra, has re-issued arrest warrants for murder for the two British soldiers. Britain says its troops, disguised or not, are not subject to Iraqi law or Iraqi arrest warrants.
“All British troops in Iraq are under the jurisdiction of Great Britain,” said a spokesman for the Defence in London.
Five days before the arrest of two British officials in Basra, Al Jazeera reported the news of a growing suspicion that the occupation forces are the real perpetrators of bomb attacks in Iraq in an interview with top military commander in charge of, Brigadier General [in the text, Brigadier General] Mohammad-Baqer Zolqadr.
Zolqadr said that the United States and Israel were behind the so-called sectarian bomb attacks that killed thousands of civilians in Iraq.
The occupation forces, said Zolqadr some officials with several years of service behind them, they need these attacks to justify their continued military presence in Iraq.
“The Americans blame weak and feeble groups in Iraq for insecurity in this country. We do not believe that this is true, and we have information that the insecurity has its roots in the activities of U.S. and Israeli spies, “said Zolqadr.
“Insecurity in Iraq is a deeply rooted phenomenon. The roots of insecurity in Iraq lie in the occupation of this country by foreigners, “said Zolqadr. “If Iraq becomes a safe place, there will be space for the occupants.”
The U.S. wanted to stay in Iraq to “plunder the wealth of the country, bringing the Middle East under their control, and secure Israel, which is on the brink of annihilation,” according to Zolqadr.
In conclusions, The most obvious strategy of terrorism “false flag” is fomenting civil strife in Iraq to advance a policy of divide et impera as the balkanization. This strategy is aimed atdividing Iraq into three small states each uniform ethnicity, as was done in formerYugoslavia. In the past the British forces in other conflicts have used terror tactics to “false flag” as part of a strategy of “divide et impera.”