Wednesday, September 12, 2012

Agencies handed over Osama’s body to US forces in 2006: PU VC

Agencies handed over Osama's body to US forces in 2006: PU VC
By our correspondent
Wednesday, September 12, 2012
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LAHORE: Punjab University (PU) Vice Chancellor Prof Dr Mujahid Kamran claimed that Pakistan's intelligence agencies exhumed body of Osama Bin Laden and handed it over to the United States (US) in 2006 after conducting DNA test while the recent Abottabad incident had been fabricated to pressurize and defame Pakistan.

Addressing a special seminar organized by PU Academic Staff Association (PUASA) on "9/11 and World War III" at Al Razi Hall of Undergraduate Study Centre here on Tuesday, he said the incident of 9/11 was a conspiracy by the richest families of United States to occupy the world through a grand deception and we must aware people of such conspiracies.

Dr Kamran said international researchers agreed that 9/11 was instigated at the will of an American cabal who pushed American people into war and sent US forces to Central Asia. He said it was evident that the US told the world lies about Iraq regarding weapons of mass destruction which led to hundreds of thousands of casualties and its possession on oil and other resources of a Muslim country. He said that Michael Ruppert has written in his book in 2004 that Al Qaida was not responsible for 9/11 as it lacked the capacities required to carry out the operation. He claimed a group in White House and US intelligence agencies did this job for the sake of the cabal which wanted to establish a One World Government or New World Order.

PU VC said Mossad and British agencies also helped to some degree in 9/11. He said there was no definition of terrorism and this was being used to frighten Western people in order to pass dictatorial laws. He said the US Homeland Security, and the American police had ordered 1.2 billion hollow point bullets for what purpose? He stated check posts on highways and patrolling had been increased.

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