Saturday, July 16, 2005

 

Public Relations-hungry Bush administration may have interfered with a British and Pakistani investigation of an al-Qaeda plot to bomb London

Juan Cole yesterday (July 15 05)

"John Aravosis at AmericaBlog brings up the awful possibility, based on an ABC report, that the Public Relations-hungry Bush administration may have interfered with a British and Pakistani investigation of an al-Qaeda plot to bomb London that ties into July 7"
The article her refers to has as its headline:Bush admin may be responsible for botching effort to thwart London bombing

At the time of the arrest of Khan in Pakistan, warmwell wrote: (Extract from
warmwell archive )



Oh fatuous day....We see that Mr Blair has been trotting out the "What was September 11 2001 the reprisal for?" argument
again - as if this were an unanswerable rhetorical question and that the planes crashed into the World Trade Center in a gratuitous act of murderous but unfocussed hatred.

Bombs not revenge for Iraq - Blair WMN "...Tony Blair has insisted the London bombings were not motivated by revenge for the invasion of Iraq."

It leaves one reeling.
Professor Cole again



And Seumas Milne's It Is an Insult to the Dead to Deny the Link with Iraq is clear:



On the subject of the young cannon fodder who seem to have set the bombs, an emailer who was herself approached in her South African youth to take part in clandestine activity, writes,



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