Monday, 29 June 2015


Mohamed Becheur (above) was a Fulbright Scholar from 2010-2012.

He was educated at the University of Nevada-Las Vegas

He is the boss of the Hotel Imperial Marhaba in Port el Kantaoui in Tunisia.

"The hotel manager, Mohamed Becheur, said he had no details about the tragedy that befell his establishment, arriving later when notified and after the attack."

Terror on the Beach.

Man in red shorts second from left.

A retired police officer Steve Johnson said that a man in red shorts was also shooting tourists.

Mr Johnson said: "It was a guy in red shorts, walking down from the hotel into the pool area. He just had red shorts on, nothing else on his legs or his feet or his body.

"And he had an automatic rifle in his arms and people were just running from him."

The retired officer later reported his sighting to a high-ranking policeman in Tunisia who informed him that a man matching this description was "dead as well".

Eye witness survivor of Tunisia attack reports 'second gunman' in beach massacre.

And let's not forget the snipers on the roofs of some of the buildings.


In her hotel, Kirsty Murray, 25, was wounded by a man with a handgun she believes was not Seifeddine Yacoubi.

Her father Neil said: 'Both her and her fiancé have said there was more than one gunman. One person is not capable of doing that much damage anyhow.’

Jean, a grandmother-of-three, said many of her fellow British guests at the Marhaba were convinced there was another gunman who came into the reception and started shooting at the height of the mayhem.


On Sunday the Tunisian government said it was 'sure' the terrorist was not acting alone.


In other words, there could have been a large Mossad team of attackers?

David Cameron has said the UK Government believes a sole gunman was involved.

PM: UK believes sole gunman involved in Tunisia attack

Hakim Yacoubi, the father.

Hakim Yacoubi is a labourer working on farms and railways for £10 a day

Read more: http://www.dailymail.

"Gaafour, a drab former mining town 100 miles from the ritzy five-star resort he attacked, is not known as a hotbed of radicalism.

"‘He was never in trouble with anyone ever,’ said neighbour Monia Riahi, (of young Yacoubi). ‘Maybe he was brainwashed or something.’"


"Local police sources in Sousse say Yacoubi arrived in the resort in a rented car with two other men who dropped him off on a side street leading to the beach.

"Dressed in a black t-shirt, dark shorts and necklace, his gun hidden inside a beach umbrella, he sauntered to the water’s edge and began his murderous spree."


"Yacoubi landed on the shore on a boat dressed as a tourist."

In other words, Yacoubi may have a Mossad double?


This is Seifeddine Yacoubi with short curly hair?

This is Seifeddine Yacoubi with longer straighter hair?


According to the Daily Mail:

11.55am: Yacoubi arrives at the beach, pulling up at speed in an inflatable Zodiac dinghy.

He casually jumps out of the boat and strolls barefoot up the white sand towards hundreds of tourists.

12.10: The gunman runs from the beach through the pool area of the Imperial Marhaba and into the hotel lobby, firing as he goes.

He seems to know the layout of the hotel well and is able to reload his weapon at will.

12.25: With armed police in pursuit, the terrorist runs through dusty and potholed back streets between the two hotels.

12.30: Rezgui is cornered and shot dead in a car park at the back of the Imperial Marhaba.


In other words, the patsy is dumped in the street.

The UK politician Amran Hussain (above) just happened to be staying in a hotel near the shootings.

Amran Hussain is a serving soldier in the British Army Reserves and sits on an independent monitoring board member for prisons




  1. It took police around 20 minutes to respond? Way too long, were they being held back?
    In an area popular with tourists, the police must of had some kind of presence, or was it removed that day?

  2. I was listening to James O'Brien on LBC as this story broke...a woman rang in live from the beach saying that she witnessed a man parachute onto the beach armed with a gun. Has anyone else seen any mention of this in the media? OK, it was the seaside but this incident smells fishy to me.


  4. Carol&Naomi Wearing, Tunisian beach hoaxers, same inane stories

  5. Fulbright Scholar - read CIA...............


  7. Tunisia: Is Mossad planning to attack Jewish festival
    Posted on May 5, 2015

    Benjamin Netanyahu said on Saturday that Israel had learned of a ‘concrete threats’ of terrorist attack against Israeli tourists visiting Tunisia to attend annual LagBaOmer festival at El-Ghriba, Africa’s oldest synagogue, built in 586 BC. It is located in the village of Hara Sghira in Djerba, an island off the coast of southern Tunisia.


  8. Tunisia: Mossad in the Maghreb: Stepping up its game
    ... Finally, a new scandal reverberated across Tunisia last week involving a wide network of Mossad operations, including espionage centers using the country as a base to spy across the Maghreb region ...
    Sunday, September 16, 2012

    ... The Sousse office deals with Tunisian internal affairs, the report claimed. (Roi Kais, Report: Mossad bolsters activity in Tunisia, YNet News, 14 February, 2012) ...
    Global Research, February 22, 2012

    Back in 2002, Mossad and its friends took an interest in Djerba, in Tunisia, where Jews, Muslims and Christians normally live in harmony: the Djerba bombing took place.

    CIA facility in Tunisia?


  10. And errr how many Israelis tourists were attacked? And the answer is zero!


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  13. Remember Stephen Mellor. He was born 1999 years to the day Julius Caesar was stabbed to death, and also 39 years to the day, the last Czar of Russia was overthrown. He was born in the Ides of March. Well done, Stephen. Rest in peace.

  14. In memory of Stephen Andrew Mellor
    A true and faithful man who gave his life saving his wife and the thing he loved to do on June 26, 2015 in this location. God alone understands.

    The Lord said, "Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends."--KJV John 15:13

    Stephen Andrew Mellor began his spiritual journey by gave his life to save his wife in Tunisia.

    Dear Mellor and other families,
    I am sorry for your loss. May his memory be eternal! God bless him and his family.