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Posted on 03/23/2002 3:48:22 AM PST by backhoe
An overview of terrorism:
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SOVIET TERROR LINKS FOUND IN LEBANON (1982) - (Early links between ETA and muslim terrorism) - "(Claire Sterling) points out that in the spring of 1980, Dutch police arrested four Spanish terrorists who were heading home after receiving terrorist training in South Yemen, a Soviet satellite. They confessed that they were part of a group of 13 that had been sent for training by the Basque terrorist group, ETA."
An ETA delegation has visited Tehran every year since 1985 to participate in an annual gathering of "anti-Imperialist" movements that is held annually from Feb. 1 to Feb. 11. (The Tehran terror-fest, known as "The Ten Days of Dawn," celebrates the victory of the 1979 Islamist Revolution). Indeed, the list of ETA and Islamist-terrorist links is long and well-documented:
In 1986, the French police identified one Vahid Gorji, an attaché at the Iranian Embassy in Paris, as the mullahs' liaison officer with European terror groups, including ETA. (Gorji was subsequently allowed to fly home under escort as Iran and France severed diplomatic ties.)
In 1993, ETA -- along with a dozen other Western terrorist organizations -- had observers in the largest ever gathering of Islamist groups held in Khartoum, the Sudanese capital. The conference elected a nine-member "steering committee" that included Osama bin Laden.
In 1998, Spanish police arrested another Iranian agent, Rahman Dezfouli, on charges of contacts with ETA. He, too, was subsequently expelled because he was the holder of an Iranian "service passport."
ETA's literature, as disseminated over the past three decades, is replete with expressions of sympathy for various Islamist causes including "wiping Israel off the map" and "driving the American Imperialists out of the world." In exchange, al Qaeda literature has paid tribute to ETA's "heroic struggle" for Basque independence. Ayman al-Zawahiri, the al Qaeda second-in-command, has spoken of his dream of "liberating Andalusia," the part of Spain once ruled by Muslims, presumably letting ETA rule its own neck of the wood in the Basque country."
"Luis Hipolito Ospina, a devout Muslim and member of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or Farc, known as "The Muslim", was accused of creating a squad of 22 suicide bombers aged between 12 and 25."
"... Police first learned of the squad in February last year, after Farc placed a car bomb in a Bogota club, killing 37 people and injuring 160."
Bogota car bombing linked to Irish, Basque rebels - 32 dead - February 12, 2003
"Colombian Defense Minister Marta Ramirez said Tuesday the weekend car bombing in Bogota that killed 32 people was a highly sophisticated operation that probably received technical assistance from foreign groups. Ramirez, in Washington for talks with Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld and other officials, mentioned the Irish Republican Army and the Spanish Basque separatist group ETA as possible sources of the expertise."
Letters suggest Eta link with Islamic terror
The Times ^ | June 02, 2004 | David Sharrock
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INTERNET-HAGANAH.US: "PALESTINIAN TERRORISTS AND NEVADA'S GUIDE TO ATTACKING HIGH-LEVEL NUCLEAR WASTE" (June 6, 2004)
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