Ex-CIA spy: Watch out for 1/11, 2/11, 3/11

H/T Richard


Expert warns of Iran, al-Qaida teaming up for massive attacks


One of the absolute journalistic treasures WND brings you exclusively are investigative reports from Reza Kahlili, former CIA operative as a spy in the Iranian Revolutionary Guard. Kahlili, a pseudonym to protect his identity, is a counterterrorism expert and currently serves on the Task Force on National and Homeland Security, an advisory board authorized by Congress. He is the author of the award-winning book “A Time to Betray.”

Here’s part of his most recent exclusive report in WND:


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4 Responses to Ex-CIA spy: Watch out for 1/11, 2/11, 3/11

  1. Richard says:

    The ex CIA man is usually very accurate so France and Germany need to watch out.

  2. BL@KBIRD says:

    Probably another call of Wolf. Islam is stupid enough but is it capable enough anymore? It was easy while everyone was totally ignorant but now that a few percent are more aware, their luck sucks like an Imam blows.

  3. OxAO says:

    But but Shiites and the Sunnis hate each other. They will never work together <—- argument used by the left

  4. oogenhand says:

    Iranians should be made more aware of the kafa’a:
    “1. Lineage:

    Arabs, according to the fuqaha, are those whose lineage is established to go back to one of the Arab tribes. Others are considered non-Arab (`ajami).

    All of Quraysh (f: whether sayyid or non-sayyid) are considered suitable for each other.

    All Arabs are considered suitable for each other, except that non-Qurayshis are not considered suitable for Qurayshis.

    Non-Arabs are not suitable matches for Arabs.

    Lineage is not considered for non-Arabs.”

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