Debunked: Wikileaks: Mossad behind 9/11

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I've stumbled upon this on other forums and have been working to debunk it properly:

Date 2011-05-04 16:26:59
CROYDON KEMP sent a message using the contact form at

Mossad ran 9/11 Arab "hijacker" terrorist operation

By Wayne Madsen

British intelligence reported in February 2002 that the Israeli Mossad ran
the Arab hijacker cells that were later blamed by the U.S. government's 9/11
Commission for carrying out the aerial attacks on the World Trade Center and
Pentagon. WMR has received details of the British intelligence report which
was suppressed by the government of then-Prime Minister Tony Blair.

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So far this is the information that I've collected to try and debunk this claim, I would appreciate any help with other sources or more information:

Wayne Madsen a very unreliable source:

Stratfor not confirming the authenticity of the emails:

Stratfor stated that some of the leaked emails "may be forged or altered to include inaccuracies; some may be authentic", but that they would not confirm either possibility. They further stated that the emails represented candid internal language that would probably be ripe for misinterpretation.

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange told Reuters that his concerns with Stratfor stem from it being a private intelligence firm relying on informants from government agencies with dubious reputations, both from the U.S. and abroad, and especially its targeting of activist organizations. He also called the company a "shadow CIA" and stated that the emails would "reveal Stratfor's web of informers, payoff structure, payment-laundering techniques and psychological methods."

Mossad issuing warnings to the USA prior to the attacks (which would seem contradictory if they planned them):,2933,53065,00.html

False claims of ties to Mossad after arrests on 9/11:

Any additional information would be appreciated, thanks!
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This is not by any stretch a "WikiLeaks" thing.

It's an article by Wayne Masden, that was sent to Stratfor via the "Contact Us" form on their web site. It was sent in by Croydon Kemp, a realtor from Wisconsin.

It's basically some random email spam that's clogging up Stratfor's email in-box
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