Osama bin CIA Agent

by Carol A. Valentine
Curator, Waco Holocaust Electronic Museum
Copyright, November, 2001
May be reproduced for non-commercial purposes

November 1, 2001 -- Yeah ... Osama met with the CIA in July, don't cha know (see story below).

If he did, why are they telling us about it?  Answer:  Because they want us to know.  Question:  Why would they want us to "know"?  Answer:  Because it serves their purposes. 

The implication that Osama is a CIA agent serves these purposes: 

  • It denigrates the character of Osama bin Laden. 
  • It takes the wind out of the sails of those who condemn the barbaric behavior of USrael towards the Muslim world.  "Osama is really a CIA agent, don't get exercised about it all," is the implication. 
I think there is a 99.9% chance that this story is USraeli disinformation.

Concerning bin Laden's alleged stay in a Dubai hospital, we are told: 

" ... the local CIA agent, known to many in Dubai, was seen taking the main elevator of the hospital to go to bin Laden's hospital room. 
"A few days later, the CIA man bragged to a few friends about having visited  bin Laden. Authorised sources say that on July 15th, the day after bin Laden  returned to Quetta, the CIA agent was called back to headquarters. "
What?  The "local" CIA agent "bragged" about meeting bin Laden?  Are we sure the CIA man didn't get bin Laden's autograph before being called back to "headquarters"?

Truly, this is really childish.  When will they get some decent writers?

 From 'Le Figaro' [1 November 2001]
 Translated by Tiphaine Dickson
 By Alexandra Richard 
 (Page 2, Le FigaroOctober 31st, 2001) 

 Dubai, one of the seven emirates of the Federation of the United Arab
 Emirates, North-East of Abi-Dhabi. This city, population 350,000, was the
 backdrop of a secret meeting between Osama bin Laden and the local CIA
 agent in July. A partner of the administration of the American Hospital in
 Dubai claims that public enemy number one stayed at this hospital between 
the 4th and 14th of July. 

 Having taken off from the Quetta airport in Pakistan, bin Laden was
 transferred to the hospital upon his arrival at Dubai airport. He was
 accompanied by his personal physician and faithful lieutenant, who could be
 Ayman al-Zawahari--but on this sources are not entirely certain--, four
 bodyguards, as well as a male Algerian nurse, and admitted to the American
 Hospital, a glass and marble building situated between the Al-Garhoud and
 Al-Maktoum bridges. 

 Each floor of the hospital has two "VIP" suites and fifteen rooms. The Saudi
 billionnaire was admitted to the well-respected urology department run by
 Teerry Callaway, gallstone and infertility specialist. Dr Callaway declined to
 respond to our questions despite several phone calls. 

 As early as March, 2000, 'Asia Week,' published in Hong Kong, expressed
 concern for bin Laden's health, describing a serious medical problem that could
 put his life in danger because of "a kidney infection that is propagating itself to
 the liver and requires specialized treatment". According to authorized sources,
 bin Laden had mobile dialysis equipment shipped to his hideout in Kandahar in
 the first part of 2000. According to our sources, bin Laden's "travels for health
 reasons" have taken place before. Between 1996 and 1998, bin Laden made
 several trips to Dubai on business. 

 On September 27th, 15 days after the World Trade Center attacks, at the
 request of the United States, the Central Bank of the Arab Emirates announced
 an order to freeze assts and investments of 26 people or organisations suspected
 of mainting contact with bin Laden's organization, and in particular at the Dubai Islamic Bank. 

 "Relations between the Emirate and Saudi Arabia have always been very
 close," according to sources, "princes of reigning families, having recognized
 the Taliban regime, often travelled to Afghanistan. One of the princes of a
 ruling family regularily went hunting on the land of bin Laden, whom he had
 known and visited for many years." 

 There are daily flights between Dubai and Quetta by both Pakistan and
 Emirates Airlines. As to private planes from Saudi Arabia or from the
 Emirates, they regulariy fly to Quetta, where their arrival is rarely registered in
 airport logs. 

 While he was hospitalised, bin Laden received visits from many members of
 his family as well as prominent Saudis and Emiratis. During the hospital stay,
 the local CIA agent, known to many in Dubai, was seen taking the main
 elevator of the hospital to go to bin Laden's hospital room. 

 A few days later, the CIA man bragged to a few friends about having visited
 bin Laden. Authorised sources say that on July 15th, the day after bin Laden
 returned to Quetta, the CIA agent was called back to headquarters. 

 In late July, Emirates customs agents arrested Franco-Algerian activist Djamel
 Beghal at the Dubai airport. In early August, French and American authorities
 were advised of the arrest. Interrogated by local authorities in Abu Dhabi,
 Beghal stated that he was called to Afghanistan in late 2000 by Abou Zoubeida,
 a military leader of bin Laden's organization, Al Qaeda. Beghal's mission:
 bomb the US embassy on Gabriel avenue, near the Place de la Concorde, upon
 his return to France. 
 According to Arab diplomatic sources as well as French intelligence, very
 specific information was transmitted to the CIA with respect to terrorist attacks
 against American interests around the world, including on US soil. A DST
 report dated 7 September enumerates all the intelligence, and specifies that the
 order to attack was to come from Afghanistan. 

 In August, at the US Embassy in Paris, an emergency meeting was called
 between the DGSE (French foreign intelligence service) and senior US
 intelligence officials. The Americans were extremely worried, and requested
 very specific information from the French about Algerian activists, without
 advising their counterparts about the reasons for their requests. To the question
 "what do you fear in the coming days?", the Americans kept a
 difficult-to-fathom silence. 

 Contacts between the CIA and bin Laden began in 1979 when, as a
 representative of his family's business, bin Laden began recruiting volunteers
 for the Afghan resistance against the Red Army. FBI investigators examining
 the embassy bombing sites in Nairobi and Dar es Salaam discovered that
 evidence led to military explosives from the US Army, and that these
 explosives had been delivered threee years earlier to Afghan Arabs, the
 infamous international volunteer brigades involved side by side with bin Laden
 during the Afghan war against the Red Army. 

 In the pursuit of its investigations, the FBI discovered "financing agreements"
 that the CIA had been developing with its "arab friends" for years. The Dubai
 meeting is then within the logic of "a certain American policy". 

From: http://emperors-clothes.com/misc/lefigaro.htm

Carol A. Valentine 
President, Public Action, Inc.
Copyright, October, 2001.  May be reproduced for non-commercial purposes.

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