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British Intelligence Reveal Egyptian Involvement in Alexandria Church Explosion

British Intelligence Reveal Egyptian Involvement in Alexandria Church Explosion
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A British diplomat revealed before the Chambers of the French Palace, Elysee, the reason for the insistence of England to demand the departure of the Egyptian President and his team, especially the Ministry of Interior, which was administered by the Minister Habib Al Adli, the reason is that British intelligence confirmed, from audio and paper Egyptian official documents , that the sacked Egyptian Interior Minister Habib Al Adli had formed six years ago, a special body run by 22 officers, and consists of some members of Islamic groups, which spent years in the prisons of the Interior ministry, number of drug dealers, teams of security companies, and number of registered risk of ex-offenders, who were divided into groups according to geographical regions and political affiliation, this body is able to be a comprehensive sabotage all over Egypt in case the regime is subjected to any threat.

The British intelligence also revealed that Major Fathi Abdel Wahed, who is close to the former Minister Habib Al Adli, started on 11 December to prepare "Ahmed Mohamed Khaled" (who spent eleven years in the prisons of the Egyptian Interior Ministry) for the connect to a radical Egyptian group, as to push it to hit Saints Church in Alexandria. Ahmed Al Khalid succeeded in making contacts to a radical movement in Egypt, its name (Jundullah), and told her that he has equipment which he got from Gaza, that could explode the Church in order to "discipline the Copts". Muhammad Abd Al Hadi (leader of Jundullah) liked the idea, and recruited an element named Abdul Rahman Ahmed Ali. Abdul Rahman was told that he will park the car, which will explode on its own later, but Major Fathi Abdul Wahid himself was the one who exploded the car remotely, by wireless device, and before Abdel Rahman Ahmed Ali the victim could step out of the car. Thus happened the horrific crime that shook Egypt and the world last year's new Eve.

Soon after that, the pilot himself went to the named Ahmed Khalid, and asked him to call the head of Jundullah group Mohamed Abdel Hadi, to go to one of the apartments in Alexandria, to discuss the results. When both met in an apartment in El Shaheed Abdel Moneim Riad Street in Alexandria, pilot Fathi arrested them and immediately transported them to Cairo by a very modern ambulance.

Within two hours and a half, he arrived to a special building that belongs to the interior ministry in the area of Giza in Cairo, where he made reservations on Monday until the uprising last Friday, and after they were able to escape, they resorted to the British embassy in Cairo in order to preserve their integrity. The British diplomat said that the decision of bombing the church came from the Egyptian regime for several reasons including:

1- Pressure exerted on the system inside Egypt and abroad, in the Arab and Islamic world for its continued blockade of Gaza City, so the indictment of the Gazan (Army of Islam) to conduct the operation is a kind of call on Egyptians to accuse the "militants" in Gaza to sabotage Egypt, thus winning a kind of national unity on the existing regime, and deluding the outside world that the regime is protecting the Christians.

2- Give a gift to the Hebrew regime in Tel Aviv, to continue the siege on Gaza, and to prepare for a major operation on it. The Egyptian gifts to the Zionist entity come so that "Israel's" leaders continue to support the nomination of Gamal Mubarak to the presidency of Egypt in all parts of the world.

3- Spread a kind of lid on the Egyptian regime in Egypt that authorizes it to move from the fever of rigging the elections to accuse Islamists in extremism and attacks on Christians, so that the regime gets Western legitimacy to the fraudulent election results, and the right to arrest his opponents, as happened after the incident, where the number of Islamist detainees was more than Four thousands.
The British diplomat concluded that Mubarak's regime had lost all legitimacy grounds, but that the operation of the church may drive many international and civil institutions to demand the trial of this regime, let alone what he did to the Egyptian people for thirty years, and most importantly what he did last week.