Monday 9 November 2015


Abu Osama al-Masri of ISIS.

Allegedly, ISIS fighters discussed the downing of the Russian metrojet in Egypt.

However, this 'intelligence' seems to have come from Israel.

Israel Shared ISIS Communications On Russian Plane Crash

In any case, ISIS works for Israel.

Mark Masri singing in Hebrew.

British government officials have told Rupert Murdoch's Sunday Times that Abu Osama al-Masri - a 42-year-old former clothing importer who studied at al-Azhar University in Cairo - is a 'person of interest' in the suspected bombing of the Russian plane.

Al Masri is an Egyptian Muslim cleric and leader of the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIS) branch in Egypt's Sinai Peninsula. 

Masri is a Jewish surname and so Abu Osama al-Masri the former clothing importer may be a crypto-Jew.

Pepe Escobar has written about RUSSIA and the SAUDIS

Among the points made:

1. Saudi Arabia is not happy that the USA has become a little more friendly with Iran.

The Saudis fear  the current alliance of Russia with Iran.

2. Russia has been trying to become more friendly with Saudi Arabia.

3. Saudi Arabia has invaded Yemen to exploit Yemen's oil, side by side with Israel.

4. ISIS earns $50 million a month from the oilfields it controls in Syria and Iraq.

 ISIS has the help of engineers from such countries as Turkey.

The USA and its allies are bombing Assad's oil infrastructure but not that of ISIS.

More here: RUSSIA and the SAUDIS

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At 9 November 2015 at 02:27 , Blogger James R said...

The ISIl story is clearly bullshit. It seems likely Russia will go along with it. It seems they are keen to blame Qatar.
The name al Masri is not a surname in the context used by the Sinai ISIL fighter. The jihadist noms de guerre generally end with the persons place of origin, so Abu Bakr al Baghdadi is supposed to be from Baghdad, al Masri in this context means simply from Egypt,al Masri is Arabic for "the Egyptian"
al-Masri (Arabic: المصري‎) is Arabic for "Egyptian" or "the Egyptian"
Many many Egyptian militants noms de guerre end in al Masri for this reason. The person who took over al Qaeda in Iraq in 2006 was called al Masri for the same reason.
The bigger point you make is correct of course, all these fellows probably work for Israel.
Hope that bout of pedantry was not too irritating.
Feel free not to publish this if you would prefer.

At 9 November 2015 at 09:29 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hullo! I had two spare hours and opened up a major TV channel. Topic was the crash, the israeli correspondent was talking from Jerusalem while a guy from a not well-known group about "international issues" said a thing that made me nod:

The causes of the incident known as the Lockerbie air disaster were found one week after the crash, when a a Boeing 747 disintegrated in the air over Lockerbie, Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland, after a terrorist bomb exploded on board.

The remains of the Lockerbie disaster were far more difficult to retrieve, due to bigger extension and the location - not a desert - so, the Sinai crash sees a lot, maybe too many speculations by western assets, while russia and egypt seem over-silent.

At 9 November 2015 at 11:37 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

the trial of arthur topham

At 9 November 2015 at 11:39 , Anonymous Anonymous said...


At 9 November 2015 at 11:39 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

At 9 November 2015 at 18:41 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Israel declines to comment...

btw Richie Allen had Christopher Bollyn on his radio show in England. Bollyn mentioned BBC giving the four options as to how the plane went down. conveniently left out was the possibility the transponder was turned off remotely and the plane taken down.

At 9 November 2015 at 20:07 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

RT: Terror attack among possible causes of Sinai plane crash – Russian PM Medvedev
Also on Monday, Israel said a terror attack was the “highest of probabilities” for the crash of the Russian airliner.
"We are not taking part in the investigation, but from what we hear and understand, I will be surprised if it turns out that this was not a terrorist attack whereby a bomb exploded inside the aircraft," said a spokesman for Israeli Defense Minister Moshe Yaalon.
It’s the first time Israeli officials publically commented on the possible reasons of the disaster since the crash, which took place on October 31.
Israel closely monitors the events in the neighboring Sinai, where Egyptian authorities are fighting various terror groups, including those affiliated with Islamic State (IS, also known as ISIS and ISIL).
However, Yaalon declined to comment on a CNN claim that Israel passed communication intercepts gathered in the Sinai at the time of the crash to US and British analysts.


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