Saturday, July 14, 2007

Saudi prince sponsors terrorist group

Saudi Prince Bandar bin Sultan supports the terrorist group Mujahedin Khalq Organization after he backs al-Qaeda and Fath al-Islam.

In an MKO congress held recently in MKO's Ashraf military camp in Iraq, Prince Bandar donated $750,000 to the exiled terrorist group in the presence of the former Iraqi Baath leaders, intelligence officers, several members of al-Qaeda and armed group Ansar al-Sunna, Baztab Internet site reported.

The Iraqi daily 'Al-Bayyinah al-Jadidah' wrote the Saudi prince has mentioned several conditions for helping the congress of terrorists, including the weakening of the present Iraqi government and the participation of Sunnis and Shiites who supported the former Ba'athist regime in the congress.

Prince Bandar, who has served 20 years in the US, has close ties with US President George W. Bush.

The Saudi prince has also played a pivotal role in bringing the Saudi and Zionist regimes closer.

Prince Bandar's support from MKO in Iraq, al-Qaeda both in Iraq and Afghanistan and Fath al-Islam in Lebanon is a clear instance of interference in Iraq's internal affairs.