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Hacker unearths plot against Syria / Iran

category international | anti-war / imperialism | news report author Saturday June 15, 2013 02:32author by fred Report this post to the editors

Some emails have come to light apparently hacked from the server of Britam Defence, the British private military company that operates mainly in the Middle East. These make for VERY interesting reading!!

A hacker named JasirX hacked the server of Britam Defence, the British private military company that operates mainly in the Middle East, and posted for free access to the company’s confidential correspondence, contracts copies and personnel data.

In accordance with company’s internal correspondence Saudi Arabia is actively preparing for military operations against Iran. It engages the British company in its military maneuvers. According to the leaked papers Iran is to be the Saudis’ maneuver enemy. Military games like that won’t help to ease the situation in the region. And this is obviously not the purpose of Saudi Arabia.

Meanwhile, Qatar that seeks to speed up the Syrian issue resolution offers Britam Defence to explode a gas-shell in Syria. They already have a shell similar to those in Assad’s depots. It was brought from Libya. I suppose when world mass media show the Syrian people dying from the chemical attack of the so-called government forces no one would doubt that foreign troops should invade Syria."

Screenshots and a link to download all the files are available here:

http://isikekinci.wordpress.com/2013/01/24/saudi-arabia...iran/

* big thanks to "carlos the jackal" over at P.ie for bringing this to my attention

 #   Title   Author   Date 
   Fake weapons of mass destruction line being attempted again     T    Sat Jun 15, 2013 12:23 
   And thanks to fred for bringing this to our attention here.     Joe Mc    Sat Jun 15, 2013 19:13 
   Excellent work "fred" ...     W. Finnerty    Sun Jun 16, 2013 12:25 
   fake - already been debunked     anon    Thu Jun 20, 2013 15:27 
   smoke and mirrors brigade?     Joe Mc    Thu Jun 20, 2013 17:05 
   anything you say David     derf    Thu Jun 20, 2013 23:06 
   Another leaked conversation. Turkish National Security meeting discussing conspiracy to enter into open war against Syria     T    Tue Apr 01, 2014 23:31 
   was the recent election valid?     fred    Thu Apr 03, 2014 02:24 


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