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May 17, 2011

Two days ago, we reported on an interview by Samaa TV (News Beat With Fareeha Idrees) of an "eyewitness" to the "Osama bin Laden" assassination.

In short, Mohammad Bashir, a neighbor, claims that one helicopter arrived and dropped off 10 or 12 persons on the roof of "Osama's" house. About 20 minutes later, three helicopters came. The one that had dropped off the Pashtun speakers exploded. Two other helicopters came, but did not land. The neighbors went into the house, looked around, the army arrived about 20 minutes later. He questions how Bin Laden could have been taken, since the only helicopter that landed exploded.

We do not have the resources to verify Mohammad Bashir's account.

Today, we obtained the following translation of Mohammad Bashir's interview from Veterans Today:

Anchor: Welcome back, Mohammad Bashir is a resident of Abboottabads Bilal Town. Muhammad Bashir might seem an ordinary guy but he is no ordinary guy. Muhammad Bashir lives in front of Osama Ben Ladens house in Bilal Town Abbottabad. On 2nd of May, Muhammad Bashir was present on his rooftop from where he saw the whole American operation against Osama Ben Laden with his own eyes. Yesterday when our team was present In Bilal Town, Abbottabad, near Osama Ben Ladens hose, Muhammad Bashir came to us and said, Sister, I need to tell you something, something that is a burden on my heart and soul, just listen to what he said.

Bashir: I am going to share something about the Abbottabad operation which till this day nobody else has told you.

Anchor: But Muhammad Bashir was a little afraid too, while talking to me he telephoned hia reletive, Vice President of Jummat-e-Islami, Abdur Razzaq Abasi, watch it

Reporter: Tell me your name and tell me whare do you live

Bashir: Let me first, Let me talk to him one minute, i will give you full interview, full or half?

Reporter: Full Full

Bashir: Let me first talk to him

Reporter: To whom? To Abbasi?

Bashir: yes, to Abbasi

Anchor: Muhammad Bashir told us something that no one said before. So we checked his identity card, we also confirmed that he really lives there, we asked from the senior fellows about him. We were very astonished by his story just see and listen what he said.

Bashir: We were awake, not asleep, a helicopter came, some men came down from that, into that house, then that helicopter went away

Reporter: How many men?

Bashir: 10-12, then that helicopter took rounds of those rear hills, then he came back and when he came bach, two more helicopters arrived, one from the west and other from the north, there was a blast in the first helicopter and it was on fire, we immediately came out, when we reached there, the helicopter was burning, then after about 20 minutes the army and police arrived, they pushed us back, now we are asking that if oama was here then who took him to america because all those men that came in the helicopter died in the blast, now if Osama was in that helicopter he must have died and got burnt in that helicopter too, then how they took him? this is a question of serious concern. America claims they they killed him and picked him up. How they picked him up? This is what we are thinking

Reporter: Was there only one helicopter?

Bashir? Yes the other that came flew away to Mansehra, there was only one that landed the men and came back to pick them but as he was picking them up, it blew away and caught fire.

Reporter: Then were in it when it blew?

Bashir: Yes They were.

Reporter : How you know?

Bashir: We saw it with our own eyes

Reporter: You saw dead man?

Bashir: Yes, dead men,

Reporter: How many?

Bashir: I couldnt count them because then the compound was on fire. The gate was open, we went in, the army and police hadnt arrived then, there were some people but they werent stopping them. The whole neighborhood has seen that but they are silent now.

Bashir: We saw the helicopter burning, we saw the dead bodies, then everything was removed and now there is nothing

Reporter: How many dead bodies you saw?

Bashir: We couldnt count them because they were blown into pieces.

The reporter asked Bashir to narrate the story again.

Bashir said we could see the faces of those men but they were speaking pashto. I dont know whether they were Pakistani or American army or people of agencies, as you know that agency people can speak many languages.

May be they were speaking Pashto so that we consider them Pakistani.

They knocked and banged at our doors and told us not to come out.

I laid down on my rooftop and was watching them.

My kids were calling me, I told them to go to their rooms and let me check whats going on.

The reporter asks Bashir, that when he saw that the helicopter was American what was he thinking then?

Bashir said that he got afraid. He didnt had in his mind that they will attack that house. He thought that they might have come to attack the Pakistan Army.

The reporter asked so when was your cousin Shamraiz taken away?

Bashir: Shamrez was at our home, as the helicopter exploded, me and many others went out of our homes to see what happened. Shamrez also came out and the gate of the compound was open, we went in, every thing was lying scattered, as it is a huge compound, some body parts were lying here, some there, legs, arms, heads, broken and torn body parts, during that time some part of the helicopter inside, may be the engine or other fuel related part had an explosion so we rushed out. During that time Shamrez was taken away, he is in his home now, but no one is allowed to meet him and i couldnt get a chance to talk to him later.

Then the anchor says that they had vegetations inside the compound and Shamrez was their gardener. We know that two men Arshad and Tariq used to live there. They had good relations with the neighbours, they used to buy things from the local store. Sometimes imported dates and used to send many things to their neighbours.

Then the reporter is at Abdullah Ben Zubair Mosque, which is the nearest to compound of Osama.

She asks a guy: do you think people would have been glad and happy if they would have ever met osama?

The guy : Yes, possibly. Because he was a muslim and he believed in God.

This is the whole story! Every aspect and point translated.

The gentleman being interviewed lives across from the compound. His cousin Sahab Jamrez Khan used to grow vegetables in the compound. He was taken away in all the hullabaloo on tape @10.29 Bashir says he did not see when they wisked his cousin away.

Interviewer asks Have you spoken to your cousin?

Bashir No, I have not seen him yet he in in the house. They will not let him get out They will not let me get in.

2 other men Arshad Sahib and Tariq Sahib used to go to market to shop for that compound and bought international brand items. Dates, dried meat found in compound. Also food used to come from compound to Bashirs house Kabulu Pilau and things like that used to be presented to Bashir. They will follow up with more information. In the end the lady is standing in front of Abdullah Bin Zubair mosque. The mosque was with in walking distance of the compound. She asks people if Osama did attend this mosque people would have be happy? The one answered maybe. The other said Osama did not live here but he was muslim and believed in God. Interview ends.

Another thing to note is that Bashir mentioned that we are very sharif meaning law abiding honest people. His town was a peaceful place no excitement no murders, fights, and he is unhappy how they have made his town so frightful with all this news. One thing is very clear in this video. Two helicopters hovered never landed. One landed dropped Pashto speaking poeple on the roof 10-12 of them Helicopter left fo 20 minutes returned to load people in and small blast engine failure fire helicopter parts all over. Body parts arms, legs, head, all over. Pakistani Army/Police came in dispersed crowd. The whole scene is cleaned up totally now. No evidence left to examine.

Exposed: The Abbottabad, Pakistan Affair -- includes Samaa TV's brodacast of the interview with Mohammad Bashir

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ムタワッキル師 アブ・ダビの和平会議はタリバンもヒクマチヤル派も参加せず無意味。我々はウマル指導者の身の安全を大変心配している。日本の政情により延期しているUAEでの会合の連絡を待っている。タリバン指導部は、これまでの全ての交渉の門を閉じる決定をした。サウジも米国の手先であることが明らかになり、サウジ、パキスタン、トルコの門も既に閉ざされた、僅かに開いているとすればカタルであるがそれも閉じつつある。

ザイーフ師 パキスタンには沢山のタリバンが捕まっており、彼らの扱いは米軍によるよりも悪い。パキスタンは全く信用できない。サウジのウラマーもパキスタンのウラマーも自分の国の利益を優先させるので、信用できない。ムスリムの国の方がイスラームを歪曲させるだけ、異教徒の国よりもたちが悪い。外国に仲裁を頼める信頼できるウラマーはいない。



Mujahideen attacks and bombings rock Kandahar city
Saturday, 07 May 2011 11:07 Qari Yousuf Ahmadi
KANDAHAR, May 07 – A recent report indicates that Mujahideen carried out massive blasts within governor office, municipality, police headquarter, directorate of NDS and another police station in Kandahar city, besides severe attacks at the same time, shaking up the entire city, amid ‘Operation Badar’ Saturday, Mujahideen officials said from the Kandahar city.

Several blasts were heard in other parts of the city, which a bloody fighting is going on in what appears to be the deadliest blow to the enemy since the Operation Badar began on May 01, 2011.

Last Updated ( Saturday, 07 May 2011 11:13 )

Wave of attacks hitting key enemy points in Kandahar city amid ‘Operation Badar’
Saturday, 07 May 2011 16:18 Qari Yousuf Ahmadi
KANDAHAR, May 07 – Mujahideen of the Islamic Emirate Saturday conducted simultaneous attacks targeting almost all the parts of the Kandahar city in addition to the key government and military points including governor house, police headquarter, municipality and other police posts and check points across Kandahar city, while the nearby areas

and the areas around the battlefield have been evacuated from the residents, Mula Naimatullah, a Mujahideen official from the war zone, in talks via telephone, told Al-Emarah, adding that Mujahideen penetrated into Kandahar city and are targeting the strategic key military and government points in spite of the enemy’s tightening the security across the country and red alert following the start of -Operation Badar’ that enters into its seventh day inflicting deadliest losses on the US invaders and its allies and puppets alike, while Mujahideen have carried out some 400 attacks through the country.

He added Mujahideen blocked all the way leading to and out of Kandahar city, while the fighting is continuing at a fierce pace,at the same time time in several different points, at one instance, a Mujahid slammed his explosive-filled bicycle into the military vehicle of the enemy killing or wounding some 15 puppets and several dozens of the enemy soldiers have been killed and wounded in different parts of Kandahar city.


Last Updated ( Sunday, 08 May 2011 11:32 )

116 enemy soldiers and government officials killed in Kandahar operation
Saturday, 07 May 2011 18:17 Qari Yousuf Ahmadi
KANDAHAR, May 07 – As many as 113 puppets including soldiers of NANA police force and other government employees and officials along with 3 NATO invaders were killed in different parts of Kandahar in Saturday’s operation conducted amid -Operation Badar’ as part of spring offensives launched on May 01, 2011.

According to the latest report from Kandahar city, Mujahideen of the Islamic Emirate carried out attacks in different parts of Kandahar city targeting the key government buildings, military bases and barracks and other points including governor house, police headquarter municipality, directorate of NDS, a local spy agency and so many other police and army posts barricading the city and blocking the ways leading in and out of the city making the enemy reinforcements unable to approach the fighting scenes, in some instances, the enemy reinforcements got attacked and were forced back with fatal losses, while Mujahideen of the Islamic are still putting up strong resistance with the fighting going on at an alarming pace.

However, more than 16 military vehicles and tanks have been destroyed so far.


カダフィがディナル金貨導入を計画? MLより転載

The Gold Dinar: Saving the world economy from Gaddafi
Some believe it is about protecting civilians, others say it is about oil, but some are convinced intervention in Libya is all about Gaddafi’s plan to introduce the gold dinar, a single African currency made from gold, a true sharing of the wealth.


“It’s one of these things that you have to plan almost in secret, because as soon as you say you’re going to change over from the dollar to something else, you’re going to be targeted,” says Ministry of Peace founder Dr James Thring. “There were two conferences on this, in 1986 and 2000, organized by Gaddafi. Everybody was interested, most countries in Africa were keen.”

Gaddafi did not give up. In the months leading up to the military intervention, he called on African and Muslim nations to join together to create this new currency that would rival the dollar and euro. They would sell oil and other resources around the world only for gold dinars.

It is an idea that would shift the economic balance of the world.

A country’s wealth would depend on how much gold it had and not how many dollars it traded. And Libya has 144 tons of gold. The UK, for example, has twice as much, but ten times the population.

“If Gaddafi had an intent to try to re-price his oil or whatever else the country was selling on the global market and accept something else as a currency or maybe launch a gold dinar currency, any move such as that would certainly not be welcomed by the power elite today, who are responsible for controlling the world’s central banks,” says Anthony Wile, founder and chief editor of the Daily Bell.

“So yes, that would certainly be something that would cause his immediate dismissal and the need for other reasons to be brought forward from moving him from power.”

And it has happened before.

In 2000, Saddam Hussein announced Iraqi oil would be traded in euros, not dollars. Some say sanctions and an invasion followed because the Americans were desperate to prevent OPEC from transferring oil trading in all its member countries to the euro.

A gold dinar would have had serious consequences for the world financial system, but may also have empowered the people of Africa, something black activists say the US wants to avoid at all costs.

“The US have denied self-determination to Africans inside the US, so we are not surprised by anything the US would do to hinder the self-determination of Africans on the continent,” says Cynthia Ann McKinney, a former US Congresswoman.

The UK’s gold is kept in a secure vault somewhere in the depths of the Bank of England. As in most developed countries, there is not enough to go around.

But that is not the case in countries like Libya and many of the Gulf States.
A gold dinar would have given oil-rich African and Middle Eastern countries the power to turn around to their energy-hungry customers and say:  “Sorry, the price has gone up, and we want gold.”

Some say the US and its NATO allies literally could not afford to let that happen.

Nabeel Adeyemi
International Islamic University Malaysia
Dept of Mechanical Engineering
Experimental & Computational Thermofluid Mechanics Research Group Lab
Gombak, Selangor