The death of Ashraf Marwan

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worcesteradam

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The death of Ashraf Marwan
« on: October 07, 2015, 09:17:55 AM »
In September of 2011, The Broward Bulldog, now the Florida Bulldog, exposed a story author Anthony Summers believes had been covered up about 9/11.(1)

It involved a man called Abdulaziz al-Hijji who lived in a house with his wife, owned by his wifes father Ezzam Ghazzawi. There was evidence that the hijackers visited this house and that al-Hijji knew people who were involved in Al-Qaeda in Florida. The FBI said none of these stories were true and that they had checked them out and cleared the family.

Esam Ghazzawi works for a company called EIRAD, which has a UK subsidiary in Windsor, UK. There is a company at the same address which appears to be part of EIRAD, called Conewalk, whose directors in include Guy Dellal, son of Black Jack Dellal.(2)

The Dellas are an Iraqi-Iranian Jewish family with wealth in the hundreds of millions. Black Jack Dellal began by running a bank that he sold in 1972 to Edward Du Cann, for whom he began to work at Keyser Ullmann. Du Cann had worked in Government and been Chairman of the Conservative Party for a few years in the 1960s.

Du Cann was involved in the famous Lonrho and - according to man of mystery Mohamed al-Fayed in a letter in 1987 - a subsidiary called Tradewinds, which involved an Ahmed el Gaddafadam, cousin of Colonel Gaddafi, as well as Ashraf Marwan.(3)

In 2002 Egyptian Ashraf Marwan, son-in-law of Nasser, was exposed as 'Angel' an Israeli super spy.(4)

In 2015 The Guardian Newspaper called him 'the 20th century’s greatest spy'.(5)

Al-Fayed and Marwan were enemies as the Guardian summarised in 2002:(6)
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The feud between Mohamed Al Fayed and Ashraf Marwan, the financier and former Egyptian intelligence chief who owns a 3.2% stake in Chelsea, goes back a long way, before either had any involvement with football, to the acrimonious takeover of Harrods and the House of Fraser by Al Fayed. But by all accounts the wounds still fester.

In late 1984 Marwan had an extraordinary tale to tell. He told Sir Gordon Borrie, then director general of the office of fair trading, that Al Fayed had threatened his life. The police were alerted and advised Marwan about his safety.

The threat was allegedly made one Sunday morning in a phone call to the then Tory MP Sir Edward Du Cann at his home in Somerset. Du Cann was on the other side of the battlelines: a director of House of Fraser appointed by Al Fayed's arch rival for control of Harrods, the late Tiny Rowland of Lonrho.

In the MP's words, Al Fayed used "foul-mouthed and vindictive" language and said he intended to "finish" and "stop" both Marwan and Rowland.

In 2007, on the day that Tony Blair resigned as British Prime Minister, Ashraf Marwan fell to his death from the balcony of his St James home, in the heart of the ruling elite of London. Last month the Guardian asked whether he might have been murdered:(5)
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But while Marwan may not have intended to take his life, he certainly feared for it. The last time he was alone in his apartment with his wife, he told her that he “might be killed”. He added, portentously: “I have a lot of different enemies.” In the months leading up to his death, Nasser recalled that her husband checked the door and locks every night before bed, a new habit unseen during their 38 previous years of marriage.

According to Marwan’s family, there was another clue at the scene – or, more precisely, the absence of a clue. The only known copy of his memoirs, which he was close to completing, allegedly disappeared from his bookshelves on the day of his death. The three volumes, each around 200 pages, as well as the tapes on which Marwan had dictated the text, have never been recovered.

1) http://www.floridabulldog.org/2011/09/fbi-found-direct-ties-between-911-hijackers-and-saudis-living-in-florida-congress-kept-in-dark/
2) http://www.endole.co.uk/company/04262173/conewalk-limited?page=people
3) http://www.publications.parliament.uk/pa/cm199798/cmselect/cmstnprv/030ii/sp01100.htm
4) http://www.timesofisrael.com/i-should-never-have-exposed-egypts-1973-war-super-spy-says-israeli-academic/
5) http://www.theguardian.com/world/2015/sep/15/who-killed-20th-centurys-greatest-spy-ashraf-marwan
6) http://www.theguardian.com/football/2002/sep/23/sport.comment1

worcesteradam

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Re: The death of Ashraf Marwan
« Reply #1 on: October 07, 2015, 10:00:41 AM »
PRINCE FAHD BIN SALMAN'S DUBIOUS BANKING PRACTICES

Private Eye reports: "Prince Fahd bin Salman, eldest son of ... Prince Salman, the governor of Riyadh ... a court case brought by the BCCI liquidators over the little matter of $397,000 owed to the rogue bank. Since 1994 the liquidators had been seeking repayment of this money under a guarantee given by the prince for the overdraft of an offshore company, Colchest Corporation N.V. In an unusual response, Prince Fahd sought to offset against this debt money held at another BCCI branch in the name of one Esam Ghazzawi, claiming that this was his money. The court of appeal rejected this suggestion on the basis that it was unclear who owned what in the Ghazzawi accounts."


Prince Fahd’s death five weeks before Ghazzami suddenly fled his Sarasota home, barely 6 weeks before 9/11 might not in itself be more than coincidence. However, the unfolding story takes a particularly sinister turn when one realizes that Faud’s older brother, Prince Ahmed bin Salman died almost exactly a year later (November 17, 1958 – July 22, 2002), and his death has been labeled the first of a series of post-9/11 U.S. targeted killings of prominent figures identified as having had leading roles in the attacks.

In his 2003 book Why America Slept, author Gerald Posner writes that Prince Ahmed bin Salman had had ties to al-Qaeda and had advance knowledge of the September 11, 2001 attacks on the United States. When 9/11 figure Abu Zubaydeh was captured, Posner claims that he revealed to American interrogators the identity of a number of top al-Qaeda backers, including Prince Ahmed, and the head of the Pakistani Air Force, who died with his family and closest aides in a February 2003 mid-air transport plane explosion.

To the timeline of events leading up to 9/11, including the 08/30/2001 flight of Ghazzawi and his family, we must now add the death five weeks earlier of Prince Faud and the death almost a year to the day of his older brother, Prince Ahmed. Their father is a co-director of the Saudi intelligence service along with Prince Turki bin Faisal, who suddenly resigned his 25 year commission as the Director of the Saudi General Intelligence agency and departed his long-time post in Washington suddenly on September 4, 2001. That is another important date that should put on anyone’s 9/11 timeline.

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