Mustafa Setmariam Nasar @ Abu Musab al Suri

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Mustafa Setmariam Nasar @ Abu Musab al Suri

Mensaje por kilo009 » Dom Feb 04, 2007 11:55 am

Hablemos de Abu Musa Al Suri, el alias de Mustafa Setmariam Nasar:

Es un sirio nacionalizado español en los 90. Está considerado como la persona que dió la orden de atentar el 11M en España, también considerado el jefe de Al-Qaeda en Europa y se sospecha que es la tercera persona que coordinó el ataque contra las Torres Gemelas junto a Ramzi Binalshibh y Atta.

Garzón lo consideraba en 2001 una persona relevante en la organización de Al-Qaeda, Al Suri entró en contacto con Bin Laden en 1988 y se convirtió en jefe del grupo sirio de Al Qaida. En España contactó con Eddim Barakat Yarkas, alias Abu Dahdah, otro sirio actualmente en prisión, al que encargó la dirección de la célula española, desarticulada por Garzón.

A mediado de los 90 se trasladó a Reino Unido, donde apoyaba la creación de grupos terroristas en el Norte de África e Italia. EEUU siguió su pista hasta Afganistán, donde el terrorista coordinaba campamentos que recibían mujahidines desde el sur de Europa.

Cuando las tropas españolas fueron en misión de ayuda humanitaria a Paquistán, en ese tiempo, fue capturado Setmarian por paquistaníes y americanos, que seguramente lo tienen a buen recaudo.
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Mensaje por kilo009 » Dom Feb 04, 2007 12:19 pm

Extracto resumido del libro Infiltrados, de Jorge Cabezas:

Mustafá Setmarian Nasar, Abu Musab. Se trata de n individuo de origen sirio y nacionalizado español, que residió en nuestro país, casándose con la española Helena Moreno Cruz. A principios del año 95, se trasladó al Reino Unido, donde mostró una gran actividad integrista.

En un libro que escribió en el 95, referente al problema argelino, hizo un radical alegato a favor de la yihad del GIA.

En el año 96, fue socio cercano de Khalid Alfwad, representante de Bin Laden en el Reino Unido. Durante los 80 luchó con Bin Laden en Afganistán.

Abu Musab, estaba estrechamente relacionado con Abu Dhadha desde que se marchó de ESpaña, mantuvo contactos telefónicos con este último y a través de terceras personas en abril, junio y agosto de 2000.

En Enero de 1998 viajó a Afganistán con Mohamed Bahaiah, Abu Khaled, quien residió en España y está considerado como un correo de Al-Qaeda.

Se cree que Abu Musab Al-Suri mandó a un enviado que dió las últimas instrucciones a Said Berraj paa que se cometieran los atentados del 11M
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Mensaje por Esteban » Mar Dic 04, 2007 5:32 pm

Ladies and gentlemen...I got it

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Calentito, calentito, desde Londres, versión preserie.
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Mensaje por Esteban » Vie Dic 14, 2007 3:41 pm

En todo caso, ahora va a pasar a "mejor vida". Sobre el libro de al Suri, por fin, tras un año, he recibido un ejemplar de preserie, cosa que me halaga. Lo que viene ahí dentro es para leerlo muy, muy tranquilamente. Es un libro fascinante, escrito por uno de los especialistas noruegos del FFI.
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Re: Terrorismo islamista en España: el núcleo sirio de al Qaeda

Mensaje por gato » Dom Feb 22, 2009 1:00 pm

Me estaba preguntando qué pasará con Setmariam si definitivamente se cierra Gitmo y los presos "europeos" son enviados a Europa. Al Suri es nacionalizado español...pero al mismo tiempo es uno de los top de al Qaeda. Y curiosamente, no como directamente implicado en atentados (que se sepa) sino como ideólogo y estratega.

No creo que a este nos lo entreguen.
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Mensaje por kilo009 » Lun Feb 23, 2009 4:26 pm

Te interesará esto, ya que parece que pasó de Pakistán a Diego García y luego a Guantánamo (¿dónde nos habrán dejado tocarlo, o no hemos podido aún?)

Secret Prison on Diego Garcia Confirmed: Six “High-Value” Guantánamo Prisoners Held, Plus “Ghost Prisoner” Mustafa Setmariam Nasar
Saturday, August 02, 2008 08:08:12 AM

The existence of a secret, CIA-run prison on the island of Diego Garcia in the Indian Ocean has long been a leaky secret in the “War on Terror,” and today’s revelations in TIME — based on disclosures by a “senior American official” (now retired), who was “a frequent participant in White House Situation Room meetings” after the 9/11 attacks, and who reported that “a CIA counter-terrorism official twice said that a high-value prisoner or prisoners were being interrogated on the island” — will come as no surprise to those who have been studying the story closely.

The news will, however, be an embarrassment to the US government, which has persistently denied claims that it operated a secret “War on Terror” prison on Diego Garcia, and will be a source of even more consternation to the British government, which is more closely bound than its law-shredding Transatlantic neighbor to international laws and treaties preventing any kind of involvement whatsoever in kidnapping, “extraordinary rendition” and the practice of torture.

This is not the first time that TIME has exposed the existence of a secret prison on Diego Garcia. In 2003, the magazine broke the story that Hambali, one of 14 “high-value detainees” transferred to Guantánamo in September 2006, was being held there, and in the years since confirmation has also come from other sources. Twice, in 2004 and 2006, Barry McCaffrey, a retired four-star US general, who is now professor of international security studies at the West Point military academy, revealed the prison’s existence.

In May 2004, he blithely declared on MSNBC’s Deborah Norville Tonight, “We’re probably holding around 3,000 people, you know, Bagram air field, Diego Garcia, Guantánamo, 16 camps throughout Iraq,” and in December 2006 he spoke out again, saying, in an NPR interview with Robert Siegel, “They’re behind bars … we’ve got them on Diego Garcia, in Bagram air field, in Guantánamo.”

The prison’s existence was also confirmed by Dick Marty, a Swiss senator who produced a detailed report on “extraordinary rendition” for the Council of Europe in June 2007 (PDF) and by Manfred Novak, the UN’s Special Rapporteur on Torture, in March this year. Having spoken to senior CIA officers during his research, Marty told the European Parliament, “We have received concurring confirmations that United States agencies have used Diego Garcia, which is the international legal responsibility of the UK, in the ‘processing’ of high-value detainees,” and Manfred Novak explained to the Observer that “he had received credible evidence from well-placed sources familiar with the situation on the island that detainees were held on Diego Garcia between 2002 and 2003.”

The penultimate piece of the jigsaw puzzle came in May, when El Pais broke the story that “ghost prisoner” Mustafa Setmariam Nasar, whose current whereabouts are unknown, was imprisoned on the island in 2005, shortly after his capture in Pakistan — although the English-speaking press failed to notice.

Despite these previous disclosures, today’s article, by Adam Zagorin, is particularly striking because of the high-level nature of the source, and his admission that “the CIA officer surprised attendees by volunteering the information, apparently to demonstrate that the agency was doing its best to obtain valuable intelligence.” In addition, the source noted that “the US may also have kept prisoners on ships within Diego Garcia’s territorial waters, a contention the US has long denied.”

Zagorin also spoke to Richard Clarke (at the time the National Security Council’s Special Advisor to President Bush regarding counter-terrorism), who explained, “In my presence, in the White House, the possibility of using Diego Garcia for detaining high value targets was discussed.”

Although Clarke “did not witness a final resolution of the issue,” he added, “Given everything that we know about the administration’s approach to the law on these matters, I find the report that the US did use the island for detention or interrogation entirely credible,” and he also pointed out that using the island for interrogations or detentions without British permission “is a violation of UK law, as well as of the bi-lateral agreement governing the island.”

Zagorin’s source did not name the prisoners, but it seems clear that the period he was referring to (“2002 and possibly 2003”) was when three particular “high-value detainees” — Abu Zubaydah, Khalid Sheikh Mohammed and Ramzi bin al-Shibh — are reported to have been held on the island, and it seems entirely plausible, therefore, that after these three were transferred to another secret CIA facility in Poland, the prison was used not only to hold Hambali, but also to hold the two other “high-value detainees” captured with him — Mohammed bin Lep (aka Lillie) and Mohd Farik bin Amin (aka Zubair). The addition of Mustafa Setmariam Nasar, who, it seems, may have been held into 2006, not only confirms that a secret prison existed, but that it was possibly in use for four years straight.

These damaging revelations seal Diego Garcia’s reputation as a quagmire of injustice. A British sovereign territory — albeit one that was leased to the United States nearly 40 years ago, when the islanders were shamefully discarded by the British government and exiled to face destitution and death by misery in Mauritius — Diego Garcia has long been a source of shame to opponents of modern colonial activity. Until now, however, the only admission that any activities connected with the “War on Terror” had taken place on the island came in February, when, after years of denials on the part of the British government, David Miliband, the Foreign Secretary, finally conceded that requests for information from his US counterparts had revealed that, in 2002, two rendition flights had refuelled on the island. “In both cases,” Miliband stated with confidence, “a US plane with a single detainee on board refuelled at the US facility in Diego Garcia. The detainees did not leave the plane, and the US Government has assured us that no US detainees have ever been held on Diego Garcia.”

The British government had been provoked to action by critics within the UK, in particular the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Extraordinary Rendition, led by the Tory MP Andrew Tyrie, and the legal action charity Reprieve, which represents 30 prisoners in Guantánamo, but the story appeared to grind to a halt when Michael Hayden, the CIA’s director, stepped forward to deny that Diego Garcia had ever been used as a “War on Terror” prison.

“That is false,” Gen. Hayden said when asked if a secret prison had existed on Diego Garcia, adding, as the New York Times put it, that “neither of the two detainees carried aboard the rendition flights that refuelled at Diego Garcia ‘was ever part of the CIA’s high-value terrorist interrogation program.’” He also explained that one of the detainees “was ultimately transferred to Guantánamo,” while the other “was returned to his home country,” which was identified by State Department officials as Morocco. “These were rendition operations,” he added, “nothing more.”

Four weeks ago, however, the story resurfaced once more, as David Miliband reported the results of his latest request for information from his US counterparts. This concerned a list of rendition flights, which, in the opinion of Reprieve and the All-Party Parliamentary Group, may also have passed through British territory, but the Foreign Secretary was confident that there was no further evidence to be mined, stating, “The United States Government confirmed that, with the exception of two cases related to Diego Garcia in 2002, there have been no other instances in which US intelligence flights landed in the United Kingdom, our Overseas Territories, or the Crown Dependencies, with a detainee on board since 11 September 2001.”

Yet again, the assurances of his US colleagues did nothing to assuage the critics. Reprieve noted that the British government “intentionally failed to ask the right questions of the US, and accepted implausible US assurances at face value,” and added, presciently, “This remains a transatlantic cover-up of epic proportions. While the British government seems content to accept whatever nonsense it is fed by its US allies, the sordid truth about Diego Garcia’s central role in the unjust rendition and detention of prisoners in the so-called ‘War on Terror’ cannot be hidden forever.”

Just three days after David Miliband’s last attempt to draw a line under the story, the British Foreign Affairs Select Committee published its latest report on the British Overseas Territories (PDF), and was scathing about Diego Garcia, declaring that “it is deplorable that previous US assurances about rendition flights have turned out to be false. The failure of the United States Administration to tell the truth resulted in the UK Government inadvertently misleading our Select Committee and the House of Commons. We intend to examine further the extent of UK supervision of US activities on Diego Garcia, including all flights and ships serviced from Diego Garcia.”

Today’s revelations, of course, leave the US administration looking like bald-faced liars and the British government looking like myopic dupes. Whether Michael Hayden was also duped is not known, but his strenuous denial, just five months ago, that a secret prison existed, which was manned by his own employees, will do nothing for the credibility of the US administration, which likes to pretend that it does not torture and has nothing to conceal, but is persistently discovered not only being economical with the truth, but also behaving exactly as though it has guilty secrets to hide.

Whether this scandal will awaken much indignation in the American public remains to be seen, but it is hugely damaging to the British government, which is legally responsible for the activities that take place on its territory, however much it likes to hide behind “assurances” from its leaseholders that they have done nothing wrong.

It scarcely seems possible, but Diego Garcia’s dark history has suddenly grown even darker.

The prisoners held on Diego Garcia

Abu ZubaydahAbu Zubaydah (Zayn al-Abidin Muhammad Husayn). Saudi, b. 1971. Seized in Faisalabad, Pakistan in a joint operation by Pakistani forces and the FBI on 28 March 2002, he is regarded by the administration as a senior al-Qaeda operative and training camp facilitator, although this has been disputed by former FBI interrogator Dan Coleman, who has described him as a minor logistician with a split personality.

In February 2008, Gen. Michael Hayden, the director of the CIA, admitted that Abu Zubaydah was one of three prisoners who had been subjected to waterboarding (an ancient torture technique that involves controlled drowning) in CIA custody. Held initially in Thailand, and later in Poland, he is one of 14 “high-value detainees” transferred to Guantánamo in September 2006. At his tribunal in 2007, he denied being a member of al-Qaeda, and made a point of mentioning that he had been tortured. He has not yet been put forward for trial by Military Commission.

Khalid Sheikh MohammedKhalid Sheikh Mohammed. Kuwaiti/Pakistani, b. 1964 or 1965. The supposed mastermind of the 9/11 attacks, Mohammed (commonly known as KSM) was seized in Rawalpindi, Pakistan on March 1, 2003. Like Abu Zubaydah, he was subjected to waterboarding, and is also presumed to have been held initially in Thailand, and later in Poland. Transferred to Guantánamo in September 2006, he confessed to being “responsible for the 9/11 operation, from A to Z” at his tribunal in 2007, but also made a point of mentioning that he had been tortured. He was put forward for trial by Military Commission in February, and will face the death penalty if convicted.

Rumors that KSM was held on Diego Garcia have surfaced sporadically over the years, one example being an article in the Toronto Star on July 2, 2005 (mirrored here), in which Lynda Hurst spoke to John Pike, a US defense analyst. Pike, who told Hurst that he believed that KSM had been held on Diego Garcia, explained, “Diego Garcia is an obvious place for a secret facility. They want somewhere that’s difficult to escape from, difficult to attack, not visible to prying eyes and where a lot of other activity is going on. Diego Garcia is ideal.”

Ramzi bin al-ShibhRamzi bin al-Shibh. Yemeni, b. 1972. A friend of the Hamburg cell that led the 9/11 attacks, bin al-Shibh was seized in a raid in Karachi, Pakistan on September 11, 2002. He was reportedly intended as the 20th hijacker, but was unable to obtain a visa to enter the United States, and subsequently worked closely with KSM in planning the attacks.

Transferred to Guantanamo in September 2006, he is also presumed to have been held initially in Thailand, and later in Poland, but his presence on Diego Garcia has long been suspected, because analyses of flight records have revealed that a plane flew from Pakistan to Diego Garcia immediately after his capture. He refused to take part in his tribunal in 2007, but was put forward for trial by Military Commission in February, and will face the death penalty if convicted.

HambaliHambali (Riduan Isamuddin). Indonesian, b. 1966. Seized in Ayutthaya, Thailand in a joint operation by Thai forces and the CIA on 11 August 2003, he is regarded as the main link between al-Qaeda and its Indonesian counterpart, Jemaah Islamiyah (JI). He is alleged to have been one of the planners of the Bali bombings in October 2002, which killed over 200 people, and was transferred to Guantánamo in September 2006. At his tribunal in 2007, he said that he resigned from JI in 2000, and was not involved with al-Qaeda or with any bombings or plots. He has not yet been put forward for trial by Military Commission.

Lillie (Mohammed Nazir bin Lep) and Zubair (Mohd Farik bin Amin). Malaysians, seized with Hambali, little is known of these two men, beyond claims by the administration that they worked closely with Hambali, although they were both discussed in another TIME article, in October 2003, which examined Hambali’s interrogation logs. They were transferred to Guantánamo in September 2006, but have not yet been put forward for trial by Military Commission.

Mustafa Setmariam NasarMustafa Setmariam Nasar (Abu Musab al-Suri). Syrian/Spanish, b. 1958. Seized in Quetta, Pakistan in October 2005 and handed over to US forces a month later, he is not accused of being involved in direct attacks on US forces, but is wanted in Spain as a witness in connection with the 2004 Madrid train bombings. Regarded as one of the most significant proponents of universal jihad, his writings include a 1600-page book, The Global Islamic Resistance Call, which was published on the internet in 2004.

A critic of al-Qaeda, he reportedly fell out with Osama bin Laden in 1998, and has stated that the 9/11 attacks were catastrophic for the jihadi cause.

Unlike the six prisoners mentioned above, he was not transferred to Guantánamo in September 2006, and it is not known, therefore, whether he is being held in a secret CIA prison or if he has been rendered to a third country.(By Andy Worthington, the author of The Guantánamo Files: The Stories of the 774 Detainees in America’s Illegal Prison (Published by Pluto Press / the University of Michigan Press), which includes extensive chapters on rendition and secret prisons - http://www.andyworthington.co.uk)
http://www.mindanaoexaminer.com/news.ph ... 0801190812


Y algunos artículos sobre al-Suri:

Abu Musab Al Suri: Architect of the New Al Qaeda
http://www.lawandsecurity.org/documents ... lQaeda.pdf

Abu Mus‘ab al-Suri: Profile of a Jihadist Leader
http://www.mil.no/multimedia/archive/00 ... 80483a.pdf

Al Qaeda Goes Viral
'Architect of Global Jihad' Presents a Blueprint for the Next Wave of the Jihadist Movement
http://washingtonindependent.com/758/al ... goes-viral
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Mensaje por gato » Lun Abr 13, 2009 9:28 pm

Parece que el cierre de las para-prisiones USA ha inventivado a Garzón a reclamar a Setmariam. Sin duda si lo lograse, sería un gran avance en desenmarañar varios de los asuntos más oscuros del yihadismo en Europa y en España. Pero ojo...que al Suri es un intelectual. No creo que al final le pudiesen probar mucho. O sea...que lo tendría bastante bien, salvo que se concrete esa identificación que tiene pendiente con un testigo por lo de El Descanso.

Garzón ordena buscar al terrorista Setmarian, preso en una cárcel secreta de EE UU
El supuesto número cuatro de Al Qaeda fue detenido en Pakistán a finales de 2005 y se encuentra encerrado en la isla de Diego García o en un barco
JOSÉ YOLDI - Madrid - 13/04/2009
El juez de la Audiencia Nacional Baltasar Garzón ha instado a la Comisaría General de Información y al Servicio de Información de la Guardia Civil a obtener noticias sobre el paradero de Mustafá Setmariam Nasar, supuesto número cuatro de Al Qaeda, preso en una cárcel secreta de Estados Unidos, con el objeto de lograr su extradición a España. El magistrado, cuya petición coincide con el anuncio del presidente Obama de cerrar las cárceles secretas estadounidenses, ha formulado el mismo requerimiento a la Interpol de EE UU, Reino Unido, Siria, Pakistán y Afganistán.

El terrorista, de origen sirio, está imputado en el sumario de la operación Dátil, abierta contra la célula española de Al Qaeda y es autor del atentado contra el restaurante El Descanso, del 12 de abril de 1985, en el que murieron 18 personas y 84 resultaron heridas.

Setmarian, nacionalizado español y casado con una madrileña, fue detenido en Pakistán entre noviembre y diciembre de 2005. Aunque Garzón había procesado a Setmarian en 2003 y había dictado una orden de busca y captura internacional, nunca le dieron cuenta de su paradero. Fuentes de inteligencia lo sitúan en la cárcel estadounidense de la isla de Diego García o en un barco prisión.

El paradero de Setmarian es un misterio desde que miembros del ISI, el siniestro servicio secreto paquistaní, lo entregaron a agentes de EE UU a cambio de la recompensa. En noviembre de 2004 el Departamento de Estado norteamericano había anunciado la orden de busca y captura contra Setmarian, y la aprobación por Colin Powell, el entonces jefe de la diplomacia de EE UU, de una recompensa de cinco millones de dólares por su captura.

Una carrera meteórica en la 'yihad'

Setmarian "era un hombre clave para la Casa Blanca, entre otras razones porque puede conducir al paradero de Bin Laden", asegura el responsable de un servicio de inteligencia europeo. En efecto, el terrorista forma arte del "programa de interrogatorio de terroristas de alto valor" recluidos en cárceles secretas, según reconoce un agente del FBI consultado por este diario. En este programa han estado también Abu Zubaida, coordinador de los muyahidines en Afganistán, y Kalid Sheikh Mohamed y Ramzi Binalshibh, los organizadores de los atentados del 11-S, trasladados a la base naval de Guantánamo tras permanecer varios años en cárceles secretas.

Conocido como Abu Musab al Suri, Setmarian creó las primeras células yihadistas España en los años ochenta, trabajó con el clérigo palestino Abu Qutada en Londres, sirvió al mulá Omar en Afganistán y llegó a la cúpula de Al Quaeda. . Su libro sobre la yihad global, difundido a través de Internet, ha servido de guía para centenares de terroristas, según aseguran informes de los servicios de inteligencia.


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Mensaje por gato » Dom Jun 07, 2009 2:50 pm

El FBI niega que Setmarian esté en territorio USA. Buena matización, habida cuenta de la guerra soterrada que mantiene el FBI con la CIA por causa de las detenciones de terroristas en suelo extranjero y su retención en limbos legales.

El FBI asegura que Setmarian "no está en territorio de EE UU"
La CIA secuestró en 2005 en Pakistán al fundador de las primeras células de Al Qaeda en España que busca Garzón
JOSÉ MARÍA IRUJO - Madrid - 07/06/2009
Mustafá Setmarian, fundador de Al Qaeda en España y posible número cuatro de la organización terrorista, secuestrado en 2005 en Pakistán y entregado a miembros de la CIA no está en territorio de EE UU, según asegura la respuesta oficial que el Gobierno de ese país ha enviado al juez Baltasar Garzón.

Mustafá Setmarian, fundador de Al Qaeda en España y posible número cuatro de la organización terrorista, secuestrado en 2005 en Pakistán y entregado a miembros de la CIA no está en territorio de EE UU, según asegura la respuesta oficial que el Gobierno de ese país ha enviado al juez Baltasar Garzón.

El Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) ha respondido al magistrado que Setmarian, de 51 años, casado con una madrileña y padre de varios hijos españoles, "no está localizable en EE UU". Esa es la lacónica y escueta respuesta que la policía norteamericana ha trasladado por escrito al magistrado en respuesta a la petición que éste hizo a través de Interpol sobre el paradero del dirigente de Al Qaeda.

Garzón dictó en 2001 una orden de búsqueda y captura contra el pelirrojo Setmarian que todavía sigue vigente. A los pocos días de su detención en Quetta (Pakistán) su fotografía desapareció de la página web de recompensas del FBI. Se ofrecían 5 millones de dólares (3, 5 millones de euros) por su captura. También se esfumó de una lista de los terroristas más peligrosos.

Es la primera vez que EE UU responde sobre la suerte de este sirio nacionalizado español que en los años ochenta sembró la semilla de la yihad en España y está considerado el creador de la nueva yihad global, la de las células aisladas y desestructuras que proyectan la "guerra urbana" y sueñan con hacerse con "la bomba sucia", un artilugio casero que intenta emular a la bomba nuclear.

Hasta ahora, el Departamento de Estado respondía con el silencio a todas las preguntas sobre la detención y secuestro de Mustafá en Pakistán. En esta ocasión se limita a asegurar que no se encuentra localizable en EE UU, pero no hace referencia alguna a las cárceles secretas que la CIA utiliza fuera de su país para interrogar y torturar a dirigentes de Al Qaeda.

"Setmarian se encuentra en una cárcel secreta fuera de los EE UU o está muerto. La respuesta del FBI es muy comprometida porque para responder a un juez español están obligados a preguntar a todos los estamentos de la administración norteamericana", afirma una fuente judicial española. El PAÍS reveló en 2008 que Setmarian había sido conducido a una cárcel secreta en la isla británica de Diego García, un laboratorio en la guerra sucia contra Al Qaeda. En esta isla, de 27,2 kilómetros cuadrados, el ejército de EE UU tiene una base naval militar. "Sigo esperando que alguien que tenga amor propio y vergüenza me diga algo sobre mi marido. La pista de Diego García está avalada con nuevos testimonios", dice su esposa, Elena Moreno, desde Doha, la ciudad en la que reside con sus hijos.

La mujer de Setmarian critica el "abandono" del Gobierno español y acusa al norteamericano: "Sabemos que lo tienen. Hemos perdido la poca esperanza que teníamos en Obama". Garzón reclamó el paradero de Mustafá a Reino Unido, Afganistán, Pakistán y Siria. Ninguno de estos países ha respondido aún. La policía española asegura al juez que ignora su paradero.


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Mensaje por kilo009 » Vie Jun 12, 2009 11:39 am

Gato esto te va a interesar, parece que Setmarian está en Siria:

By William Maclean, Security Correspondent

http://www.reuters.com/article/latestCr ... USLA456186

LONDON, June 10 (Reuters) - Lawyers for a senior al Qaeda ideologue wanted in Spain for possible links to 2004 bombings say he is in detention in Syria, in the first firm indication of his whereabouts following his capture in Pakistan in 2005.

Human rights attorney Clive Stafford-Smith told Reuters that Mustafa Setmariam Nasar's presence in Syria had come to light only recently but he may have been held there for some years.

Stafford-Smith said Nasar, also known as Abu Musab al-Suri, appeared to have been under effective U.S. control in a secret system of detention and transfers before surfacing in Syria, which is listed by Washington as a state sponsor of terrorism.

Washington has not confirmed Nasar has been in U.S. custody. U.S. officials contacted on Wednesday declined to comment.

There was no immediate comment from officials in Damascus.

Nasar, 50, who holds a Spanish passport through marriage, is suspected of involvement in the March 2004 train bombings in Madrid that killed 191 people. He is wanted by Interpol, which at Spain's request issued a global 'red notice' seeking his arrest.

He is best known to Islamist insurgent networks as the author of a 1,600-page treatise, "Call to Global Islamic Resistance". Published online in January 2005, it has inspired many radical groups including al Qaeda, according to experts.

In brief remarks to Reuters, Nasar's wife, Elena Moreno, said she had also come to believe her husband was probably in Syria, following what she called recent but unofficial confirmation.

"Most probably - I don't know when and I don't know how -- it seems that he may have been taken to Syria," she said.

She said she had never received any official word from any government about his whereabouts following his capture.



U.S. BASE

However, over the years the family had had unofficial indications of his presence at several locations, one of which was the Indian Ocean island of Diego Garcia, she said.

While the island is a British territory, it is dominated by a U.S. military base established during the Cold War, strategically placed within reach of the Gulf area and South Asia. Long-range U.S. military planes are deployed there.

U.S. ally Britain had long said it was not aware of its territory being used for 'renditions', in which suspects in the fight against al Qaeda have been captured in one country and secretly transferred to another for interrogation.

But British Foreign Secretary David Miliband apologised to parliament last year after it emerged that two U.S. planes carrying suspects on rendition flights had landed and refuelled at the U.S. base on Diego Garcia in 2002 despite previous British government denials based on U.S. assurances.

Nasar's arrest was never officially confirmed by the Pakistani government, but Pakistani intelligence officials told Reuters in 2006 that he was caught in the southwest city of Quetta on Oct. 31, 2005, after a gunbattle.

A senior intelligence source said at the time that he was handed over to the Americans in March 2006 after repeated demands by the United States.

Stafford-Smith said Nasar deserved the opportunity to clear his name in a trial, adding that the Syrian-born Islamist was a theoretician rather than a practitioner of violence. (Additional reporting by Tabassum Zakaria in Washington) (Editing by Mark Trevelyan)
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Re: Terrorismo islamista en España: el núcleo sirio de al Qaeda

Mensaje por gato » Dom Jun 14, 2009 1:15 pm

Me parece una cortina de humo para despistar a la familia y la prensa. No creo que un preso tan valioso esté en un pais con el que los EEUU no se llevan excesivamente bien. Me lo creería más de Egipto o Jordania. Quizás tenerlo en sueleo sirio sirva para "acojonarle" un poco con amenazas de entrega al régimen local, pero en todo caso al Suri no tiene cuentas pendientes con aquél país desde la rebelión de los Hermanos Musulmanes, hace muchos años.

No se, no me parece una pista buena, sino que tiene pinta de desinformación.
La curiosidad mató al gato.

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