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French Intelligence Planned to Kill “Londonistan” Muslim Leaders
Posted By Daniel Greenfield On November 26, 2013 @ 10:11 am In The Point | 11 Comments
France. Doing the jobs Americans won’t do  anymore. Or planning to do them. At any rate.
The plan to kill the infamous hook-handed hate-preacher Abu Hamza al Masri, was the result of growing frustration by French security services over the inaction of British authorities in the face of the growing threat of Islamist terrorism. Specifically, the French suspected Abu Hamza of having links to the terrorists responsible for the 1995 Paris Metro bombings.
The “Gateway To Terror” report alleges that French officials were so “fed up” with the lack of action by their British counterparts that they sought to “take matters into their own hands”. They often referred to the British capital as “Londonistan”, due to the apparent impunity with which al Qaeda and other Islamist networks were able to operate there.
In the aftermath of a deadly 1999 London nail-bombing campaign by a neo-Nazi terrorist, France’s Direction Generale de la Securite Exterieure hatched the plan, in which they would disguise their operation as a neo-Nazi hit.
That plan, which was also aborted for unknown reasons, was the result of French concerns over an attack by Algerian terrorists linked to Abu Hamza on the 1998 World Cup soccer tournament.
The French intelligence agency also apparently planned to “take out” other senior British Islamists, according to the report.
Puts all that whining about drones into perspective. Doesn’t it.
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