Monday, January 30, 2006

Al Qaeda Detainee's Mysterious Release

Tabarak's odyssey from Afghanistan to Guantanamo and back to his native land illustrates the grit and at times fanatical determination of one bin Laden recruit. Yet his story also shows how little is known publicly about al Qaeda figures who were captured after the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks on New York and the Pentagon. Major gaps remain in his account, and terrorism experts and intelligence officials continue to debate whether he was a member of al Qaeda's inner circle or its rank and file.

His case also highlights mysteries of U.S. priorities in deciding who to keep and who to let go. As the Pentagon gears up to hold its first military tribunals at Guantanamo after four years of preparations, it has released a prisoner it called a key operative. At the same time, it retains under heavy guard men whose background and significance are never discussed
I can only assume that Tabarak is under complete control by the CIA, is a prized asset, and is not a "worry" to them that he will say the wrong thing. He probably compltely accepts the official 9/11 story as the truth.

Al Qaeda -- the Database


This blog will collect articles that pertain to the idea that Al Qaeda (or Al-Qaida, Al Qeida, Al Q'aida), henceforth known here as Al-CIA-duh, is an essentially bogus organization created by the US CIA and other intelligence agencies.