Expose - Moazzam Begg and his connection with ISIS
Moazzam Begg, a British-Pakistani author, wrote two books. He is also outreach director of CAGE Organisation. But very few people know about his connection with terrorists organization. He is an ex Guantanamo prisoner (GITMO) and is currently located in Birmingham, London, UK.
His Facebook ID - Moazzam Begg
His Twitter ID - @Moazzam_Begg
His wife, Nada UmmNour also pots DOAM’s news & had a controversy with Boris Johnson (UK PM).
Now, let's see Moazzam Begg's activity in 2001.
In 2001, he went to Kabul, Afghanistan where he stayed with Mujaheddin and was apparently trained in terror activities. Moreover, he called Mujaheddin terrorists 'Brother'.
Here is the Snapshot:
Here, we can see Moazam's journey from Afghanistan to Syria.
Now let's see how clever they play with statements & do check the comments -
Moazzam Begg's mate Mujahidin terrorist "Shahid Butt" Convicted Terrorist tells Sky News: Blame Violent Computer Games for ISIS.
Here is the News Link - Convicted Terrorist Shahid Butt tells Sky News
Moazzam has a connection with Naveed Butt :
Hizb ut-Tahrir: @hizbuttahrir
Hizb ut-Tahrir has been banned in Germany, Russia, China, Egypt, Turkey, Pakistan and all Arab countries except Lebanon, Yemen and the UAE. In July 2017, the Indonesian government revoked Hizb ut-Tahrir's legal status, citing incompatibility with government regulations on extremism and national ideology.
CAGE was calling on Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan to immediately release or bring to trial Pakistani national and spokesman for Hizb ut-Tahrir (Pakistan), Naveed Butt.
Moazzam Begg tweeted in favour of JIHADI JACK (Jack Abraham Letts), Jihadi Jack, the name given by Media
“I don’t care if they give me a piece of paper saying whether I’m British or not. I'm British because my mother's British and her family have been British for 5000 years. It's not something that comes on a piece of paper and can be taken, at any time." https://t.co/T2VujIjXLw— Moazzam Begg (@Moazzam_Begg) August 21, 2019
Moazzam Begg was "helping" Wahhabi contras kill Syrians in late 2012, with MI5's backing. They're just annoyed he came back. Yes, Moazzam Begg has a connection with MI5 (UK’s IB).
Moazzam Begg was trying to help Syrians & UK jailed him baselessly. Alan Henning was trying to help Syrians and #ISIS brutally murdered him.— Ali Abunimah (@AliAbunimah) October 3, 2014
Mujahidin Terrorist-Shahid Butt was the mate of Moazzam Begg. Shahid Butt released in Dec'03, you can find him in a YouTube video next to Abu Hamza the hook hand jihadi. Now YouTube has removed that video.
Deleted Video Link - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZQqvawkELKc&feature=youtu.be
Jihadi John a.k.a. Abdel Majed Abdel Bary a.k.a Mohammad Emwazi, an ISIS fighter, son of Adel Abdel Bari, one of the masterminds of the 1998 Terror attacks on the U.S. embassies in Kenya and Tanzania, who beheaded James Foley (US Journalist) on 19th Aug 2014. A Twitter user Damo showed this info.
Jihadi John was the author of CAGE who wrote CAGE’ about section.
Hi @UK_CAGE, @Moazzam_Begg, @azadaliCCM. I believe your website used to contain a page on Abdel Majed Abdel Bary, the member of ISIS who was apprehended today, but it seems to have gone missing.— Damo (@concretemilk) April 21, 2020
Do you have an archived copy by chance? I'd like to read it. Many thanks. pic.twitter.com/aZfvXdLR4Q
Jihadi John Beheaded ‘James Foley”, posted by his mate.
There is much evidence, Moazzam Begg trained Jihadi John. When Moazzam was in Syria, he was seen with Jihadi John and Abu Omar Al-Shishani, who was then leader of the militant group Katibat Al-Muhajireen (KaM). Official sources had confirmed the existence of a photograph of Mr Begg with a Syrian camp commander, who also appears in a video with a man believed to be Jihadi John, apparently taken at the same camp.
The picture was part of police evidence against Mr Begg in a trial last October at the Old Bailey, when he was charged with attending a terrorist training camp in Syria between October 2012 and April 2013.
Evidence Here: DailyMail Link
In 2014, Court charged 4 people with terror offences related to Syria: on BBC
1) Moazzam Begg :
Charge: of providing terrorist training in Oct 2012 – April 2013 (check-ins on FB also there), and funding terrorism overseas.
Charges were dropped in October when prosecutors were told he had links with MI5
2) Gerrie Tahari: Wife of “Junior Leader of KaM (Katibat Al-Muhajireen), Rabah Tahari”
Charge: was running child protection act at a controversial Islamic school where inspectors once said that pupils were at risk from radicalisation.
Accused of sending her husband 72 pairs of Wellington boots, gloves, a soup kettle, Russian Cossack-style military hats, sleeping mats, long-range walkie-talkies, eye goggles, a fleece, and a balaclava between April 2012 and November last year. She was acquitted after medical reports suggested that she has been suffering from depression
They are a 36-year-old man from Shirley, Solihull, and a 20-year-old man from Sparkhill, Birmingham, who were held on suspicion of facilitating terrorism overseas.
After his trial collapsed, Mr Begg gave an interview to The Guardian, where he admitted to training recruits at a camp in Idlib, North-West Syria. The training included exercises using fake wooden guns.
He told the newspaper that such training was not an act of terrorism as it was an attempt to help people defend themselves against a murderous regime.
Separately, in the same month, Mr Begg’s colleague and friend at Cage, Cerie Bullivant, gave an interview to the Foreign Policy journal.
Mr Bullivant told the magazine that Mr Begg stayed at a camp called Jaish Al-Muhajireen wal Ansar (the outfit previously known as Katibat Al-Muhajireen) which was run by Al-Shishani.
Rafaello Pantucci, a Syria expert at the think-tank RUSI, said: ‘It is very likely that Emwazi was at the KaM camp because his friends also went there.
So, after doing extensive research, we can say Moazzam Begg has a deep connection to ISIS and other banned terrorist organization.
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