Lt. Gen. Gul Hamid, the former Chief Spy of Pakistan’s intelligence Agency, ISI, – was the first intelligence officer who blamed the US government and Israeli Mossad for executing the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks on the US. Since then, the Jewish-controlled western mainstream media has portrayed him as “the most dangerous man”. Lately, he is being equated to Tony Sopranos, the Italian crime mafia head in the TV series The Sopranos. Jewish actress Jamie-Lynn Sigler (born 1981) as Meadow Sopranos. She visited Israel in 2008 and called the Zionist occupied entity as “one of the most beautiful, inspiring places” she has ever visited.
It was the Zionist Jew columnist of the Washington Post, Jeff Stein, who bestowed on Gul Hamid the title of Tony Sopranos. Gul Hamid should count his blessings – he was not called “Hitler” as the Nazi-collaborting Jews did to Iranian President Dr. Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.
Early this month, Michelle Shepard, Canadian author and national security reporter with Canada’s largest-circulation daily, The Toronto Star, interviewed Gul Hamid.
In response to the allegations of his involvement in Taliban resistance against the US-NATO occupation forces, Hamid Gul repeated the truth he stated in his September 11, 2001 interview (Washington spends US$40 billion a year on its 11 intelligence agencies, which were unable to find-out the planned 9/11) – “If that is the quality of the intelligence on which this war is being fought I can only lament the paucity of wisdom, as well as expertise,” he told Michelle Shepard.
On October 13, 2010 addressing tens of thousands supporters of the Islamic Resistance (Hizbullah) at the Al-Raya Stadium in South Beirut – Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad repeated his earlier call for an independent 9/11 truth finding commission during his speech at UN General Assembly on September 23, 2010.
Elaborating further, he indicated that everything led to believe that the September 11, 2001 attacks were part of a previously planned expansionist agenda. If proven, it would then be necessary to envisage excuses and repairs for the victims of the wars conducted in the name of September 11.