Monday, April 30, 2007

Iran’s complicity in al Qaeda operations stands out in US statement on senior operative Abd al Hadi al-Iraqi’s capture

Great News deserves great analysis! I had these same thoughts when I read about this capture, so it is great to see the experts say it too. Now that Iran has been caught in the act of allowing known al Qaeda terrorists to again cross its border, will we finally see the bombings commence? I know that Iran has been on full alert because of the preponderence of American Military forces that are arrayed around that region, but when will the proper time to strike finally arrive?

DEBKAfile - DEBKAfile: Iran’s complicity in al Qaeda operations stands out in US statement on senior operative Abd al Hadi al-Iraqi’s capture: "Iran’s complicity in al Qaeda operations stands out in US statement on senior operative Abd al Hadi al-Iraqi’s capture

April 29, 2007, 2:38 PM (GMT+02:00)

The US Pentagon states that the senior al Qaeda operative was captured by the CIA at an undisclosed location while attempting to reach his native Iraq after meeting al Qaeda operatives in Iran. DEBKAfile’s counter-terror sources say this disclosure points to four significant developments:

1. Iran is again providing al Qaeda members with a path to Iraq from Afghanistan and Pakistan. In 2002, the Islamic Republic afforded defeated al Qaeda groups an escape route from Afghanistan.

2. Iran is allowing al Qaeda terrorists operating in Iraq to strike from within its borders. Evidence of this, if confirmed by al Hadi ,would further exacerbate the military tensions between Washington and Tehran.

3. DEBKAfile’s sources surmise that he was picked up crossing the Iranian border into Iraq.

4. Word is awaited to clarify if the CIA’s capture of al Hadi’s capture was a fluke or the result of a tip-off by an Iraqi informant, whether in Kurdistan or from inside Iran."

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