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I decided against filming a YouTube video about this information, and instead decided to post a lengthy and informative piece here on RealistNews, so as to compile much of what I've researched here, without the redundancy of having to upload yet another video.

On March 3rd of this year, 2013, it was reported that Mokhtar Belmokhtar was killed however, sources from SITE, a terrorist watch group said that he would release a video, shortly thereafter to confirm this.

Quote:A jihadist quoted by the SITE monitoring service rejected reports that Belmoktar had been killed, saying he was alive and would soon release a message. There has been no confirmation of his death outside of Chad.

That was from March 3rd...

So was this:

From the Reuters article above, you can see that from March, they said a proof-of-life would be presented at a later time. What you probably don't know is that a video was released, showing Belomkhtar training and praying with, and guiding his young Jihadists, ON September 11th, this year, 2013. However,...

The 2 minutes of the 58 minute video was reported on September 2nd, as seen here:

Yet, was NOT made Mainstream, until.... YOU GUESSED IT!!

September 11th, 2013..

Seen here


And here, along with the actual video:

Why, when the actual video was reported on and sent to various news agencies, was it only then RELEASED to the public (all 2 and a half minutes of an hour) on 9/11 2013?

Ayman al Zawahiri has also, on September 11th, 2013. called for attacks in the US..

But, who is he?

To quote from the first link above, a Reuters article:

Quote:Belmokhtar's death - far more so than that of Abu Zeid - would nonetheless break a chain linking those dedicated to al Qaeda's ideology from Mauritania in the west, eastwards through Mali to Libya, Egypt, Somalia, Nigeria, Yemen and Pakistan.

It would also come at a time when bin Laden's successor, the Egyptian Ayman al Zawahiri, has to prove his credentials to keep the different parts of al Qaeda together.

He will have to work particularly hard to keep al Qaeda in the Arab Peninsula (AQAP) and al Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb (AQIM) on the side of the al Qaeda network and convince them of their interest in being inside the organization and not on the outside," he said in a report released last month.

And while support for al Qaeda's ideology will be carried forward by younger recruits, Belmokhtar was, or is, the last in the Sahel connected to the early days of global jihad.

According to two former mujahideen commanders who knew him, he (Belmokhtar) was 19 years old when he reached Afghanistan in 1991. He spent 1-1/2 years there, losing an eye during a bomb-making class, before returning to Algeria to join its bloody civil war.

This is what I ask of you: When, during the and aftermath of the Gulf War, when Saddam Hussein was the overlord of Middle Eastern Terrorism, was the first time you ever heard of Osama Bin Laden?

It was after his name was invoked for the World Trade center bombings of 1993.

Yet, since OBL was pronounced dead in May, 2011, and Saddam Hussein (Deceased) and Muammar Qaddafi (Deceased), was the Last time that you heard Ayman al Zawahiri took over al-Qaeda's "organisation"?

Whenever it was, it most certainly was BEFORE you've ever heard of Mokhtar Belmokhtar..

Remeber this:

They are TELLING YOU, WHO the real leader is, and everyone missed it this past Wendnesday, and apparently all year long based off of the handful of views my 10 or so videos about this guy got.

(Reuters) - Nearly two years after the killing of Osama bin Laden, the death in Mali of Algerian commander Mokhtar Belmokhtar, if confirmed, would be a serious blow to al Qaeda's efforts to recover its cohesion as a force for global jihad.

Omar Ould Hamaha, who the reporter Erin Burnett supposedly spoke to on the phone...

Quote:Commanders from the al-Mulathameen Brigade, which is linked to al Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb (AQIM), also appeal in the video to Muslims in Europe and America to carry out attacks.

One of them, Omar Ould Hama, a top Belmoktar deputy, is filmed standing in front of a pickup truck in the desert flanked by half a dozen masked armed fighters, and issuing a direct threat in heavily accented French.

Speaking pragmatically, I honestly think they are throwing us a curve ball to our heads with Zawahiri as the perceived pitcher, and had we moved our heads out of the way in time, we'd see the true culprit... before we got hit..
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