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Ex-Al Qaeda Recruiter: "West’s Foreign Policy Not Responsible For Terrorist Attacks"

Posted by Casey on July 3, 2007


Common sense backs this up, but there are still others who feel that we only have terrorism because of the West’s foreign policy. This guy says otherwise, and makes it very clear that we were not at fault for 9/11 or 7/7.

Yahoo News:

A former recruiter for the Al-Qaeda, Hassan Butt, has said that it was laughable to think that foreign policies followed by the West were responsible for both the 9/11 and 7/7 terror strikes.

“What drove me and many of my peers … was a sense that we were fighting for the creation of a revolutionary state that would eventually bring Islamic justice to the world. We used to laugh whenever people on TV proclaimed the sole cause for Islamic acts like 9/11 and 7/7 was Western foreign policy,” The Mirror quoted Butt, as saying.

See … terrorism is an effort to kill us all if we don’t convert.


2 Responses to “Ex-Al Qaeda Recruiter: "West’s Foreign Policy Not Responsible For Terrorist Attacks"”

  1. Shazi said

    Just to inform you. Read the CIA reports and read also the 9/11 Comission Report and you will read that they claimed that the blowback theory was rather probably. In other words you are saying that they lack of common sense! Great patriot you are.

    And before you start to comment on thing you do not understand, please inform yourself. The pakistanian secret service ISI runs Al-Qaeda. ISI is run by CIA. Just do your homework. They (US-Administration) make them do whatever they want to run their strategy of tension.
    Al-Qaeda terrorists are only patsies in false flag operations.

  2. Casey said

    You are delusional. I have read all of the official reports … unlike you. Why aren’t your comments even directed at the substance of what he’s saying?

    As for ISI controlling al Qaeda and the CIA controlling them … made up fiction. You probably don’t even know how al Qaeda got started, or what it means.

    Since I worked in counter terrorism, and you didn’t … you are talking about things you nothing about.

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