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Al-Qaeda plot to bomb U.S. embassy in Turkey revealed


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by Joseph Earnest April 12, 2013  

Newscast Media ANKARA, TurkeyWhile the US has been attempting to befriend Al-Qaeda through the use of aid to help fight wars in the Middle East, Al-Qaeda cells are showing the U.S. how little they think of this country and were planning to bomb the U.S. Embassy in Turkey as a thank-you gift for aid that has been extended to them to convince them to fight against their fellow muslims.

Haaretz news is reporting that police found large amounts of explosives, firearms and laptops in two Istanbul house, and the targets of the explosives were the U.S. Embassy in Ankara and a synagogue in Istanbul's Balat district.  (pop-up)

Despite Al-Qaeda links to the Chris Stevens murder in Libya and to the Syrian rebels, and now a plot to bomb the U.S. Embassy in Turkey, the Obama administration doesn't seem to understand that Al-Qaeda will never be friends of the West regardless of how much they are enticed into a partnership to help fight proxy wars.

The report that Newscast Media did last year linking Islamists to Libya and Syrian rebels showed that even the so-called Friends of Syria rebels don't know who among them is legit and who isn't, because Al-Qaeda is so deeply embedded within the group. (pop-up)    

Just a few weeks ago, the Obama administration paid Syrian rebels $60,000,000 to enable them continue in their battle to oust Syrian President Bashar Assad, even though such aid could help the poor schools in Obama's hometown Chicago that need these funds or else 54 schools will be shut down by the end of this school year. Blacks and Latinos will be affected most by the closures of these schools, due to alleged lack of funds by the government.       Add Comments>>











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