Daily Telegraph uses Wikileaks Cables as an Instrument of War Propaganda

Daily Telegraph, 4 February 2011

Daily Telegraph, 2 February 2011

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compiled by Cem Ertür

WikiLeaks cables: MI6 warns of new suicide bomb wave

MI6 has warned that Britain faces a “unique” threat from a generation of home-grown terrorists who are not on the intelligence services’ “radar”, secret documents have disclosed.

Daily Telegraph, 4 February 2011

WikiLeaks: British Muslims sending problem children ‘al-Qaeda’ schools

British Muslims are sending their “problem children” to Islamic schools in Kashmir on the India-Pakistan border where they are at risk of being recruited by al-Qaeda, officials have warned.

Daily Telegraph, 4 February 2011

WikiLeaks: UN aid cash went to Islamist insurgents

The United Nations was paying one of the world’s most notorious terrorist groups after getting “too close” to it, secret documents disclose.

Daily Telegraph, 4 February 2011

WikiLeaks cables: US launched anti-extremist campaign to reverse UK radicalisation

The United States launched a secret campaign to reverse the radicalisation of young Islamists in Britain, amid American fears that this country had the most hard-line Muslim communities in Europe.

Daily Telegraph, 4 February 2011

WikiLeaks cables: The British counter-terror programme that ‘fails to stop extremists’

The British programme to counter Islamic extremism has been widely criticised over its failure to stop home-grown terrorists.

Daily Telegraph, 3 February 2011

WikiLeaks cables: British Muslims travelling to Somalia for ‘jihadi tourism’

British Muslims are travelling to Somalia for “jihadi tourism” to train for terrorist attacks in Britain, the secret documents reveal.

Daily Telegraph, 3 February 2011

WikiLeaks cables: MI6 warns of new suicide bomb wave

MI6 has warned that Britain faces a “unique” threat from a generation of home-grown terrorists who are not on the intelligence services’ “radar”, secret documents have disclosed.

Daily Telegraph, 3 February 2011

WikiLeaks cables: FBI investigation into suspected 911 gang to be reviewed

WikiLeaks cables: Counter-terrorism division of the FBI has asked its staff to look again at the evidence.

Daily Telegraph, 3 February 2011

WikiLeaks: Treasury ‘slow to act in blocking terrorist finance’

America accused the Treasury of blocking attempts to close down “terrorist financiers” operating in Britain and being more concerned with protecting the interests of the City, leaked documents show.

Daily Telegraph, 3 February 2011 

WikiLeaks: Chinese weapons fall into hands of insurgents

Chinese-made weapons have fallen into the hands of insurgents fighting Coalition forces in Iraq and Afghanistan because of China’s failure to enforce export controls on arms to Iran, the leaked cables show.

Daily Telegraph, 3 February 2011 

WikiLeaks: Vanished FBI officer Robert Levinson ‘held by Iranian Revolutionary Guards’

A former FBI officer who disappeared in mysterious circumstances in Iran four years ago has been held by the country’s Revolutionary Guard, the cables suggest.

Daily Telegraph, 3 February 2011 

WikiLeaks: Sale of uranium mine blocked over Iran fears

The US intervened in the £371 million sale of a Canadian-owned mine in Africa because of fears that uranium ore would be sold to Iran, the leaked cables show.

Daily Telegraph, 3 February 2011 

WikiLeaks: tension in the Middle East and Asia has direct potential to lead to nuclear war’

Tension in the Middle East and Asia has given rise to an escalating atomic arms and missiles race which has “the direct potential to lead to nuclear war,” leaked diplomatic documents disclose.

Daily Telegraph, 2 February 2011

 WikiLeaks: Did al-Qaeda plot a fifth attack on 9/11?

A group of Qataris suspected of conducting surveillance on the targets of 9/11, and providing “support” to the plotters of the atrocities, were due to fly to Washington on the eve of the attacks, the Daily Telegraph can reveal.

Daily Telegraph, 2 February 2011 

WikiLeaks: what the cables said about the 9/11 Qatari gang

WikiLeaks cables reveal that the FBI has launched a manhunt for a Qatari gang suspected to be part of the 9/11 attacks.

Daily Telegraph, 2 February 2011

WikiLeaks: al-Qaeda is ‘planning a dirty bomb’

Al-Qaeda is actively tring to secure nuclear material and recruiting rogue scientists to build a radioactive “dirty” bomb, according to leaked diplomatic documents.

Daily Telegraph, 2 February 2011

WikiLeaks: terrorists plan to use ‘teddy bear bombs’ to blow up planes

Terrorists are planning to use children’s toys such as teddy bears to get bombs onto planes, according to leaked diplomatic dispatches.

Daily Telegraph, 2 February 2011 

WikiLeaks: Gordon Brown ordered Pakistani president to kill Osama bin Laden

The FBI has launched a manhunt for a previously unknown team of men suspected to be part of the 9/11 attacks, the Daily Telegraph can disclose.

Daily Telegraph, 2 February 2011 

WikiLeaks: FBI hunts the 9/11 gang that got away

The FBI has launched a manhunt for a previously unknown team of men suspected to be part of the 9/11 attacks, the Daily Telegraph can disclose.

Daily Telegraph, 1 February 2011 

WikiLeaks: 9/11 Commission report hinted at network of US ‘accomplices’

The official 9/11 Commission report into the attacks made no mention of another team of potential hijackers – but did hint at a “support network of accomplices” who had eluded investigators.

Daily Telegraph, 1 February 2011 

WikiLeaks: 9/11 gang with pilot uniforms fled to London

Even before three men of Middle Eastern appearance had told cleaners to stay out of their room, staff at a Los Angeles airport hotel had become increasingly suspicious of what they were up to.

Daily Telegraph, 1 February 2011


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