Evidence Shows Top al Qaeda Operative Who Aided 9/11 Hijackers Was Working for the CIA | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Evidence Shows Top al Qaeda Operative Who Aided 9/11 Hijackers Was Working for the CIA

For decades, state officials in nations like Iran and Syria have publicly held that Al Qaeda, ISIS and other Salafist terrorist groups are agents of chaos trained and armed by the United States and Israel.

Now finally, there’s a smoking gun.

Two weeks ago, Major General Abdulqader Al-Shami, the deputy security chief of the Houthi rebel government in Yemen, unearthed a recording of a 2001 conversation between ex-CIA Director George Tenet and former Yemeni president Ali Abdullah Saleh regarding US-born Al Qaeda operative Anwar al-Awlaki.

President Saleh, who the Houthis shot in 2017 for treason, had al-Awlaki — known as the “Bin Laden of the internet” — detained over his role in directing the 2000 bombing of the US Navy vessel, the USS Cole. 17 sailors died and 37 were injured.

Following the attack, the FBI traveled to Sana’a, ostensibly to investigate the incident.

In an exchange that could potentially revolutionize our understanding of the “War on Terror,” Tenet instructs the Yemeni leader to release al-Awlaki, who the CIA director calls “my person.” .

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