Tuesday, July 28, 2009
Hizb ut-Tahrir is an extremist Moslem group which is supposed to be trying to bring about an Islamic caliphate.
Reportedly, Hizb ut-Tahrir has links to the Pentagon, Israel and Gladio-style terrorism.
Operation Gladio was a CIA-Pentagon-NATO operation which reportedly carried out acts of terrorism in Italy in order to keep the right-wing folks in power.
And it’s not just in Jakarta and New York and Mumbai and London that we now find Gladio-style terror.
In Turkey, there is evidence that right-wing elements within the military, known as Ergenekon, worked with Islamic militants to destabilise the country and promote a fascist agenda.
Turkish police have recently detained nearly 200 suspected members of Hizb ut-Tahrir. (Close relation between Hizb ut-Tahrir, Ergenekon exposed )
An investigation has revealed that Uğur K. and İsmail G., two of those detained, had, in the past, had several telephone conversations with Ergenekon suspects, including Maj. Fikret Emek.
The Turkish media tells us, on 28 July 2009, that the Close relationship between Hizb ut-Tahrir and Ergenekon has been exposed 
“According to the Ergenekon indictment, Ergenekon leaders used terrorist organizations in Turkey … to create chaos in the country, which they hoped would make it easier to realize their ultimate goal of triggering a military intervention.
“The evidence suggests that the group had links to … the fundamentalist organization Hizbullah … and Hizb ut-Tahrir…
“A past raid at the house of Kemal Aydın and Neriman Aydın, two Ergenekon suspects, had revealed the terrorist organization’s close ties with Hizb ut-Tahrir…
“İstanbul police also said the leader of Hizb ut-Tahrir’s Turkish branch, Cemalettin B., started to lead his group from Israel, where he settled after being released from prison in Turkey. Cemalettin B. was sending e-mails to his followers from his Israeli home and preparing his group for attacks in Turkey.
“Turkish police are now focusing on the relations between the group’s leader and Israel. Cemalettin B. has not been subjected to police follow-up or legal action in Israel since he settled there.”