Iraqi Patsy Confesses on TV

In-depth Report:

Have a look at this image of a blown-out drop ceiling in the Amman  Hyatt

(or this image taken at the Radisson)


and tell me the damage was the result of a suicide bomber wearing a vest strapped with explosives, as claimed. No doubt such is possible – if the alleged suicide bomber was crawling around above the drop ceiling, an unlikely prospect at best.

In a concerted effort to put forward the fanciful suicide bomber story, the Jordanians paraded an Iraqi woman on television. “The 35-year-old woman [Sajida Mubarak Atrous al-Rishawi] – the sister of Abu Musab al-Zarqawi’s right-hand man who was killed by U.S. forces in Iraq – appeared on Jordanian state TV hours after she was captured by security forces who were tipped off by an al-Qaida claim that a husband-and-wife team participated in Wednesday’s bombings,” reports the San Francisco Chronicle. Note how suicide bombings run in Arab families and go all the way up the al-Qaeda family totem pole to the dead Abu Musab al-Zarqawi. Obviously, these Arabs are dangerous nihilistic mental cases – or so the corporate media would have us believe.

It is sincerely perplexing the Jordanians knew nothing of the attacks and yet closed in on suspects within a matter of hours. It is also perplexing why al-Rishawi’s bomb did not go off and she ran out of the hotel with frightened wedding guests – only to be captured (while other al-Qaeda terrorists blow themselves up as the police close in; see my post on the Bali bomber). During the staged interview, al-Rishawi made sure to tell the world she is a would-be monster who would have targeted innocents if only her bomb had worked. “There was a wedding in the hotel. There were women and children. My husband executed the attack. I tried to detonate and it failed.” King Abdullah told NBC “that the targets were Jordanians, and that Jordanians and Palestinians were among the guests at the hotels,” according to the New York Times.

One of the alleged suicide bombers was identified as Safah Mohammed Ali, who was held in Fallujah in November, 2004, at approximately the same time the U.S. flattened and used chemical weapons on the Sunni city, killing resistance fighters, women, children, old people, and family pets. “The spiritual leader of the rebel council that ruled Fallujah when it fell under insurgent control said in a phone interview that he remembered Ali as a fighter in the Black Banners Brigade. That Fallujah cell was led by Omar Hadid, a local insurgent who rose to prominence as a close associate of Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, the Jordanian-born leader of al-Qaida in Iraq. Hadid later died in clashes with the U.S. military,” according to Knight Ridder. Last November, the Detroit Free Press reported Omar Hussein Hadid was “technically al-Zarqawi’s underling but in fact the Iraqi face that allowed al-Zarqawi to remain there.” Since al-Zarqawi is dead, this is either a propaganda fabrication, there is an actual person masquerading as al-Zarqawi, or Omar Hussein Hadid works for the false flag pseudo-gang terrorist group. More than likely, the Black Banners Brigade is a black op terrorist group (the group is known for kidnapping contractors and truck drivers) and Safah Mohammed Ali was brainwashed, possibly when he was apprehended in Fallujah. It is not explained why a member of the resistance in Fallujah was not sent immediately to Abu Ghraib for a prolonged session or torture and anal rape while wearing a pair of panties over his head.

But then, of course, Abu Ghraib is reserved for torturing and raping mostly innocent Iraqis, as between 70 and 90 percent of Iraqi detainees held there are innocent of any crime, according to the Red Cross.

Articles by: Kurt Nimmo

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