Editor’s Note: I am not authorized to re-publish this article in full. This article is a WorldNet Daily exclusive story. It is, however, very important. It is packed with details which relate to much deeper problems than the Obama administration’s blown attempts to cover-up the details surrounding Benghazi’s September 11, 2012 terror attack which killed four Americans. Much deeper.
This story will be seen to furnish backup to Oath Keepers’ piece published on October 26, 2012, here:
WND has published significant materials which in my opinion further substantiate allegations put forth by Glenn Beck, former CIA agent Clare Lopez, and Frank Gaffney, which assert the *possibility* that Ambassador Stevens was involved in recruiting jihadists and/or brokering arms clandestinely through Turkey to al Qaeda, and to affiliated terror groups who work with al Qaeda or which are affiliated with al Qaeda, in Syria. The question is out there, and it is a valid question.
Fox News, in its special report on Benghazi this past weekend (October 27 & 28, 2012) feared to ask this question, even after Glenn Beck had already got it out there to the nation on his own TV channel. Please read the entire article at its original page at WorldNet Daily’s website. Below I have placed some teaser passages from the article. This is red-hot stuff. Be sure to get and understand all the details in the original piece at WND. Thank you.
Globalist doctrine employed to depose Gadhafi regime
by Aaron Klein * published at WND November 02, 2012
JERUSALEM – The Obama administration’s lead investigator into the Benghazi attack, former Ambassador Thomas Pickering, previously held clandestine meetings with Hamas aimed at opening U.S. dialogue with the terrorist group, according to informed Middle Eastern security officials.
Sources within Hamas previously disclosed to WND the June 2009 meeting. The gathering allegedly took place in Geneva with two Hamas leaders, Bassem Naim and Mahmoud al-Zahar. Naim is Hamas’ health minister, while al-Zahar is one of the main Hamas leaders in Gaza.
Pickering is further tied to the revolutions in the Middle East and North Africa through his role as a member of the small board of the International Crisis Group, or ICG, one of the main proponents of the international “Responsibility to Protect” doctrine.
The doctrine is the very military protocol used to justify the NATO bombing campaign that brought down Moammar Ghadafi’s regime in Libya.
Gareth Evans, president emeritus of the ICG, is the founder and co-author of the doctrine.
Billionaire activist George Soros is on the ICG’s executive board. Soros’ Open Society Institute is also one of only three nongovernmental funders of the Global Centre for the Responsibility to Protect, the group that devised the doctrine.
The ICG itself has long petitioned for talks with Hamas as well as normalized relations with the Muslim Brotherhood, for years urging the Egyptian government to allow the Brotherhood to establish an Islamist political party, as WND previously reported.
The crisis group has petitioned for the Algerian government to cease “excessive” military activities against al-Qaida-linked groups and to allow organizations seeking to create an Islamic state to participate in the Algerian government.
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