Alexander Litvinenko is the former KGB agent who died in London on November 23 after ingesting a microscopic amount of polonium-210. Litvienenko blamed Russian President Vladimir Putin for his strange illness and ultimate death. Now more than one source is suggesting that Litvinenko had ties with radical Islamists and that he may not have been killed by Putin.
Dr. Paul Williams, PhD & Jeffrey Epstein, in this article, say 'Litvinenko may have been involved with Islamic terrorists in the preparation of tactical nuclear weapons for use in the jihad against the United States and its NATO allies.'
Investigators have now uncovered the following:
▪ Litvinenko was a Muslim convert with reported ties to radical Islam.
▪ The former Soviet spy masterminded was responsible for the smuggling of radioactive material to Zurich in 2000. This finding was corroborated by Mario Scaramella, one of Litvinenko's business associates.
▪ Litvinenko became closely allied with Boris Berezovsky, a Russian billionaire who established close ties with the Chechen leaders, and Chechen leader Ahmed Zakayev. Both men served as pallbearers at the funeral. Several years ago, Berezovsky boasted to the press that the Chechen separatists had acquired a portable nuclear weapon that lacked one "minor" component. That component, Scotland Yard officials now believe, was polonium-210.
Reasons why experts do not believe Putin poisoned Litvinenko include (1) polonium-210 is a rare radiological substance; (2) it is expensive to produce and difficult to handle; (3) when Russian officials resorted to nuclear poisoning in the past -- including the assassination of two Swiss intelligence officials who were engaged with Russia and South Africa in the nuclear black market -- they relied on such readily available radiological substances as cesium-137 in salt form; (4) the extremely high cost of polonium-210.
According to nuclear expert David Morgan, killing a spy or political dissident with a grain or two of polonium-210 is as ludicrous as shooting a rat with a howitzer. Indeed, if Litvinenko was a victim of radiological assassination, his murder would represent the costliest hit in human history with a price tag of $30 million.
Litvinenko, who was born an orthodox Christian, was a convert to Islam with close ties to the Chechen rebels. His last words consisted of his desire to be buried "according to Muslim tradition."
Al-Qaeda would love to detonate a suitcase nuke here in the United States. It is rumored that their man in charge of that job is Adnan el-Shukrijumah who is rumored to be living in Canada.
In recent years, considerable attention has been paid to suitcase nukes that were developed by U.S. and Soviet forces during the Cold War. Reliable sources, including Hans Blix of the United Nation, have confirmed that bin Laden purchased several of these devises from the Chechen rebels in 1996. According to Sharif al-Masri and other al Qaeda operatives who have been taken into custody, several of these weapons have been forward deployed to the United States in preparation for al Qaeda's next attack on American soil.
The neutron source or "triggers" of the reported suitcase nukes are composed of beryllium-9 and polonium-210. When these two elements are combined, the alpha particle is absorbed by the nucleus of the beryllium causing it to decay by emitting a neutron. Such "triggers" were a feature of early nuclear weapons in the U.S. and Soviet stockpiles.
Polonium-210 has a half-life of 138 days, necessitating the replacement of the triggers every six months. For this reason, the suitcase nukes are far from maintenance-free. In addition, the nuclear core of these devises emit a temperature in excess of one hundred degrees Fahrenheit -- further exposing the weapons to oxidation and rust. Small wonder that al Qaeda operatives including Adnan el-Shukrijumah, who are spearheading "the American Hiroshima" have received extensive training in nuclear technology.
Polonium-beryllium triggers are packaged in foil packs about the size of a package on sugar on a restaurant table. When the twin foil packages are crushed, the elements mix and the neutrons are emitted. A courier transporting nuclear triggers could have had a mishap causing the packages to rupture and a trail of contamination to occur. [snip]
In an interview with The Independent shortly before the poisoning became public, Scaramella said that Litvinenko had been involved in the smuggling of radioactive material to Zurich. He also said that black market dealings in radioactive isotopes provided Litvinenko with badly need revenue to meet his living expenses. (source)
He was a sympathizer of the same people who killed tens of children in Beslan and who were responsible for the deaths of hundreds of Russians in the theater incident a few years ago. Chechens have close working ties with Al Qaeda and one visit to Al Qaeda websites would show you how close the AQ people are to Chechens.
[snip] My theory is that Litvinenko was with some of his Chechen friends who were playing around dirty bomb material and other nuclear waste. Maybe they were working on some dirty bombs to be used against Russians. maybe they were selling it to some who were planning to use it in the United States. I don't know the answer but whatever he was doing is not good news to us. I also believe that when he was poisoned by that material, knowing that he was going to die, he decided to score some points against Putin by pointing fingers to him as his murderer. Let us say that that was the final parting salvo for this Taqiyya loving Muslim, who chose, like many Muslims would, to side with those who would kill the infidel Russians. Rest in peace Litvinenko
There are those who see Litvinenko as a martyr for Islam:
The high profile martyrdom of Alexander Litvinenko, ... exposes the brutality of Russia and its complete disregard for human life whether at home or abroad. [snip]
The only alternative for Russia and Central Asia is the return of the Islamic Caliphate to the region. The Caliphate will abolish torture, spying on its citizens and imprisonment of political opponents. Instead it will establish the rule of law, representative and accountable government and an independent judiciary to put an end to the totalitarian regimes that exist.
Litvinenko takes his place alongside the thousands of Muslims who have been martyred in Uzbekistan and other countries simply for exposing the treachery of the tyrant regimes in the Muslim world.
Those Islamic political parties and Muslim dissidents, journalists and authors working tirelessly against the tyrant rulers of this world cannot lose. If they die, they become the best of martyrs; and if they achieve their goal they help in bringing the Caliphate one step closer.
May Allah guide those non-Muslim dissidents, journalists and authors to Islam so their noble actions of speaking the truth can count for them when they die. (The Caliphate, --Abdul-Kareem Newell, UK
I'm sure there will be investigations conducted into every possible theory concerning Litvinenko. Was he a good guy who was killed for some noble reason? Or was he connected to Islamic terrorists who are plotting our next September 11? Time will tell.
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