Another Obama coverup on Iran
To ensure that its sellout to a nuclear Iran would make its way through Congress, the Obama administration withheld until after the Iran vote a letter written by al-Qaeda chieftain Osama Bin Laden pegging Iran as being the terror group's chief financier
In a 2007 letter,
bin Laden criticized an operative for threatening to attack Iran. “We
expect you would consult with us for these important matters, for as you
are aware, Iran is our main artery for funds, personnel, and
communication, as well as the matter of hostages,” he wrote.
Ties between Iran and al Qaeda have been reported for years,
with numerous ways by which Iran served as al-Qaeda’s “main artery.”
The letter was part of a collection of 112 letters taken from bin Laden’s
compound by U.S. special ops forces after he was killed in 2011. The
collection was made public Tuesday by the Office of the Director of
National Intelligence. Long after the Iran deal was approved.
Labels: al-Qaeda, Barack Hussein Obama, Iran, Iran Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, Iran sanctions regime, Iranian nuclear threat, Osama Bin Laden, terror funding