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  • Friday, September 30, 2005

    Al Qaeda cleric exposed as MI5 double agent

    This report, from the Times, from March 2004 takes a look at a man who was allegedly linked to Al Qaeda, who was also linked to British intelligence. How many others with links to terrorism are linked to British and American intelligence?

    He pledged to MI5 that he would not “bite the hand that fed him”. He also promised to “report anyone damaging the interests of this country”. Instead, he was recruiting for al-Qaeda training camps. His continued liberty for years after international demands for his arrest was an embarrassment for Britain. When David Blunkett introduced his controversial Anti-terrorism Crime and Security Act, 2001, which allowed him to detain foreign suspects without trial, Abu Qatada claimed that the law “was enacted with him particularly in mind”.
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