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The Hajj Nexus, Groundwork for the Coming Shock!

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Submitted by Vishnu Gupta (India), Mar 29, 2006 at 10:38

"This confirms, again, that 9/11 and attendant aggressions should not have been the shock they were."

--Majority Muslims would hardly buy the Western analysis of their monarchs and rulers, since the entire mindset of those brainwashed to the 7th Century tribal mores as represented by the Koran is slavish to the extreme.

--What if,Al Qaeda happens to be a cleverly designed red herring? That would be breathtaking in its simple duplicity, like 9/11 and all other vicious attacks against the innocent.

--All roads lead to Pakistan, and then, back to the Hajj. What if, Al Qaeda is a deliberatedly promoted faceless, purportedly decentralised, desert mirage, to cover the real deep ploy of its twin promoters, i.e., the Saudis--keepers of the holy places at the source of all Islamist funding--not a secret to anyone, surely, and the Pakistanis--at the fountainhead of the Taliban, and the keepers and proliferators of the Islamist nukes!?

--The horror of the bomb blasts, massacre of innocents, beheadings and all mayhem emanating from the Koran, a part of the subterfuge, funded by the same root sources, a diversionary stratagem in the long run, to cover up the real deadly gameplan of the 'official players of Islam'?

--So, the next shock, will not be as much of a surprise as 9/11 was in its suddenness and scale of viciousness. Here's an interesting report sourced from Germany, (due to be published tomorrow):

http://www.expressindia.com/fullstory.php?newsid=65139

N-bomb
'Saudi secretly working with Pak experts'

AGENCIES
Posted online: Wednesday, March 29, 2006 at 1557 hours IST
Updated: Wednesday, March 29, 2006 at 2004 hours IST

BERLIN, MARCH 29 : Saudi Arabia is working secretly on a nuclear programme, with help from Pakistani experts, the German magazine Cicero reports in its latest edition, citing western security sources.

It says that during the Haj pilgrimages to Mecca in 2003 through 2005, Pakistani scientists posed as pilgrims to come to Saudi Arabia in aircraft laid on by the oil-rich kingdom.

Between October 2004 and January 2005, some of them took the opportunity to "disappear" from their hotel rooms, sometimes for up to three weeks, it quoted German security expert Udo Ulfkotte as saying.

According to western security services, the magazine added, Saudi scientists have been working since the mid-1990s in Pakistan, a nuclear power since 1998 thanks to the work of the now-disgraced Pakistani scientist Abdul Qadeer Khan.

Cicero, which will appear on newsstands tomorrow, also quoted a US military analyst, John Pike, as saying that Saudi bar codes can be found on half of Pakistan's nuclear weapons "because it is Saudi Arabia which ultimately co-financed the Pakistani atomic nuclear programme".

The magazine also said satellite images prove that Saudi Arabia has set up in al-Sulaiyil, South of Riyadh, a secret underground city and dozens of underground silos for missiles.

According to some western security services, long-range Ghauri-type missiles of Pakistani-origin are housed inside the silos.
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