For almost three decades El Sheikh Mubarik Ali Shah Gilani, El Hashmi, Vice Chancellor of the Int'l Quranic Open University (IQOU), Imam of Muslims of the Americas Inc. (MOA) and founder and Chief Editor of the Islamic Post, along with his followers, has withstood a vicious attack unparalleled in American history. The global elitist Illuminati have conspired to destroy America by bringing about a clash of civilizations, Islam versus Christianity. Their calculated goal is to turn all of America against Al Islam and the good practicing Muslim citizens of this country.
Assaults were first launched against El Sheikh Gilani when he vowed to reveal who the forces were behind the establishment of a one world government, the New World Order, and the attacks against Al Islam. Agreeing with former Congressman Paul Findley, El Sheikh Gilani drew attention to the overwhelming influence that the Zionist lobby in Washington D.C. had over politicians, and in the determination of America's domestic and foreign policy.
The efforts of El Sheikh Gilani have resulted in the rapid growth of Al Islam in America and the reformation of thousands, who have become valuable contributors to American society. Their increased political clout and visibility have posed a true threat to the stranglehold that the Zionists have held on American taxpayers' dollars. The advocates of world dominance had no recourse other than to rid themselves of their main nemesis, El Sheikh Gilani, before Muslim/Christian dialogue and unity substantially undermined their scheme for world supremacy.
Hence, the harbingers of hatred have perpetrated a full scale attack on the character of El Sheikh Gilani and his followers, portraying them as criminals, terrorists, and a threat to American society. The Zionist controlled mass media's carefully designed internet blogs, Hollywood's misinterpretations, and the silence of law enforcement agencies have all played pivotal roles in intentionally distorting the truth.
A blatant example of their cunning is the Wall Street Journal reporter Daniel Pearl's fiasco. The stress of falsely linking Pearl's disappearance and questionable death to El Sheikh Gilani contributed to the death of El Sheikh Gilani's ailing and elderly father who was one of the founding fathers of Pakistan. The truth of the matter is best expressed by Kathy Diskin, FBI Special Agent, Karachi Bureau: "I had the opportunity to sit in on an interview with Sheikh Gilani and our feeling was, within 15 minutes, that Sheikh Gilani is not involved in this".
Despite the truth being available, the media continues to malign El Sheikh Gilani by leading a naive public into believing he had a role in the plot. Pearl's "widow" wrote a book and produced a movie falsely implicating El Sheikh Gilani while knowing of his innocence. Within the circles of those who have followed the developments in this case, it is a common consensus that Daniel Pearl is not dead. Special appreciation is extended by the Vice Chancellor to the Hon. President of Pakistan, Gen. Pervez Musharraf, who was one of the very few who was courageous enough to dare and speak out and draw attention to the inconsistencies and untruths in this case, and to defend the noble family. May the One Almighty Creator reward him for his efforts and suffice him in his struggles against the ongoing hate campaign perpetrated by the Illuminati.
Sunday, July 1, 2007
Randall Bennett, the US security officer who investigated the murder of Wall Street Journal reporter Daniel Pearl, has given a clean chit to leader Sheikh Gilani while elaborating how the journalist was abducted and then murdered in 2002.
In an interview to the US State Department, Bennett said that Sheikh Omar, who has been sentenced to death for murdering the US journalist, used Gilani's name without bringing it to the knowledge of the latter.
"Sheikh Omar, who has quite a history involved in the kidnapping- the hijacking of airplanes out of India and affiliations with various hardcore jihadi organisations - had very carefully plotted and planned this kidnapping of Danny," said Bennett, who was the US Regional Security Officer in Karachi during the time Pearl was kidnapped and later murdered in 2002.
"He had set it up where he had given Danny information and promised this interview with Sheikh Gilani. Sheikh Gilani, as it turned out, had no idea his name was even being used," he added.
Bennett said in the interview, which coincided with the release of a film "A Mighty Heart," which depicts the kidnapping and murder of Pearl, that Sheikh Omar used Gilani's name to bait the WSJ reporter, who had been looking forward to this interview because it was a very "hot item," the Dawn reported.
Bennett was quoted as saying that Richard Reed, the so-called shoe-bomber, who tried to bomb a Chicago-bound plane in 2002 with explosives hidden in his shoes, dominated the US media in those days and Pearl hoped to get some exclusive information about the bomber from this interview.
"So, when it came time, after two weeks of baiting and switching, Danny was at the Metropol Hotel standing outside the Village restaurant. His meeting was at 1900 hours, 7:00 pm. At 1911, he received a phone call. The phone call lasted till 1916.
"So in those five minutes, the investigation later revealed that Sheikh Omar, who was using the name of Bashir at this time, told Danny that 'I'm sorry, he cannot come to see you again.' This was maybe the sixth or seventh time they had baited and switched Danny on a meeting.
"They said, 'He just cannot get away and we've tried and tried and it just hasn't worked out. If you want the interview, he's at the madrassa. We'll pick you up and bring you here and then we'll take you back, but he's not going to be able to come and see you there,'" Bennett said.
Later, Pearl decided to go to the madrassa despite warnings from security personnel.
Bennett said he had explained to Pearl that all madrassas were essentially in dangerous locations. They typically had affiliations to the more radical elements. And, for Pearl to go to one of those meant he would be completely cut off from his communication and any safe haven or recourse.
"And I guess at that moment, Danny had a tough decision to make and he made the decision that he was going to go and do the interview," he said, adding that the journalist was abducted thereafter.
He said Pearl could not be recovered because they learned about his abduction after 12 hours, which gave the kidnappers the time to take him out of the city. (ANI)