Al Qaeda feels jilted

Ok so the headline is over the top, but you have to admit that statements made by Ahmanutjob were more over the top :).  This story is from the BBC News, and basically it is stating that Al Qaeda have slapped Ahmanutjob on the wrist for spreading conspiracy theories regarding the incident on 11/9/2001.

Rational people who saw what took place know that the planes crashed into the twin towers of the World Trade Centre and that the fire from the crash etc brought the towers down. However, there are a number of irrational people, including the left wing Michael Moore, and the yukky RP, who insist upon creating conspiracy theories about what took place. Some of these nut jobs actually believe that explosives were used and that this was a Bush plot. It is just too bad that some of the things that they rely upon go back to the 1960s when the Democrats were in the White House!!

Al Qaeda have always claimed responsibility for what took place. The men who participated were Al Qaeda operatives, plus Anwar Al-Awlaki the fugutive American citizen now living in Yemen, and the person also responsible for encouraging the man who did the Ft. Hood massacre, was an imam in the Virginia mosque where some of these men went to “worship”, rather listen to his rhetoric.

Now, 10 years later Ahmanutjob turns up in New York and gives a speech where he makes conspiracy theory claims and Al Qaeda are NOT HAPPY.  Thus, they have spoken out in the Online magazine called “Inspire” against Ahmanutjob and his conspiracy theories:

Inspire, an al-Qaeda-linked online magazine, described Mr Ahmadinejad’s controversial speech to the United Nations last week as “ridiculous”.

The Iranian leader said he believed the World Trade Center towers could not have been brought down by aircraft.

The article said such a belief “stands in the face of all logic and evidence”.

When looking at the rhetoric that is coming from the leadership behind Inspire (most likely al-Awlaki is responsible) it is obvious that there is no love lost between Iran and Al Qaeda. They seem to be on a different side to each other. This, I suspect is due to Iran being dominated by Shia, and Al Qaeda being dominated by Sunni. It might also explain why Iraq continues to be torn apart because the Shia want control, but Al Qaeda has been interfering on behalf of the Sunni. 

4 responses to “Al Qaeda feels jilted

  1. They think they feel jilted now? Wait until this technology rolls up upon them in the middle of the friggin night… LOL!!!


  2. thanks CRB… Might that not be a case of will BAE actually deliver?


  3. Already delivered and operational Aussie. Adaptive/Active Camouflage has been around for a while now. It was not until Sep. 9th or so of this year that they finally admitted to it though. With good reason i suspect.

    Remember the rumors coming out of Iraq talking about the the tanks that just vanished into thin air… And completely freaking out the Iraqi Republican Guard Units. Well now you know what caused them … 🙂


  4. Poor Al Qaeda are feeling quite irrelevant these days. They have to castigate Ahmanutjob because of his conspiracy theories, then on top of that, the man who now heads up the military council in Tripoli has also rejected them!!!! I find it interesting that the remnants of the LIFG do in fact reject the jihadist component of Al Qaeda. It is interesting because it seems they were more interested in toppling Gadhafi than worrying about the actions of the west!! However, one just never knows with these people whether or not they will do anything. If they hold grudges then Tony Blair might be in trouble :). Yes, I have been following that story very closely because there are some holes that need to be plugged. I cannot work out whether or not the pair who were tortured did in fact go to Pakistan and Afghanistan. It is possible that they went as mercenaries. They do not seem to be like the guy known as al-Libi. On top of that I have started to come to the conclusion that any relationship to al Qaeda was based upon the lies being told by Gadhafi who wanted them back in the country of Libya for other reasons. On top of that I am starting to be convinced that Gadhafi was in fact providing al Qaeda with weapons, and that he was pretending to co-operate with the west. This made it easy for him to pretend that these dissidents were something other than what they really are – and I must add here that they remain Islamists, just not affiliated with Al Qaeda which is my understanding of the situation. I am not sure if Belhadj is trustworthy, but will just continue to watch and observe.