$12m Terrorist Tied to US Campaign “October Surprise”


Mushin Al Fadhi Dressed as an Arab

Nuclear Threat to US Before Election Believed

By Gordon Duff, Senior Editor

Capetown (VT) This week, the US government put up millions in bounties for the whereabouts of terrorists known to be planning a major attack on the United States prior to the election.  Listed are Mushin Al Fadhi and Abdel Radi Saqr al-Wahabi al-Harabi. 

The reasons for the massive international manhunt are highly classified.   The US is under its highest terror alert status in a decade and has reliable information that nuclear material has been brought into the country.

Mushin, the most wanted terrorist in the world today, was spotted in Capetown, South Africa, after having eluded intelligence agents.  He had just flown in from Tel Aviv and is now known to be hiding in South Africa.

Current photographs are inaccurate as Mushin was spotted deeply tanned, clean shaven and with a very noticeable scar over his right eye.  His dress is western and he is traveling under an Israeli passport.

US sources have reported Fadhi and al-Harabi as working out of Tehran and moving through Azerbaijan and Georgia to Turkey and into Syria.  That information is was released as intentionally false.

The organization, known to be tied to a number of intelligence agencies, including the Indian RAW and others we are only allowed to refer to as “Western European” are raising money through diamond trafficking between South Africa and the cutting houses of Tel Aviv.  Banking for this organization has been through accounts listed with an American based firm.

Money from this terror organization has been traced to the United States, some through “Super-Pac” donations received in Israel by a US Presidential candidate and some located in Arizona, discovered at a border checkpoint south of I-10.

US sources refuse to respond as to how “nano-tagged” cash managed to pass the high tech security used by terrorist organizations.

American sources are calling the pair top financiers for Al Qaeda but official intelligence sources have established links with groups in Saudi Arabia and Israel and indicates operation through cartels operating through Paraguay and into Mexico.

This “Al Qaeda” cell is very international in makeup and includes former CIA employees and a network that moves both funds and diamonds in and out of South Africa, through Tel Aviv and Amsterdam and into the United States.  The group maintains a series of corporate entities in the US and has successfully hacked computer systems at the CIA and Departments of Defense and Homeland Security.

Mushin is believed to be in South Africa to purchase uncut diamonds, not natural stones, but undetectable “hybrids” made through either cloning or seeding.

The FBI and customs officials have yet to acquire the latest technologies which would let them “fingerprint” these “semi-bogus” stones, much less detect them from natural diamonds.

David Cohen, the Treasury Department’s primary specialist on Iran’s role in smuggling diamonds through Israel says everything possible will be done to end this illicit trade.

Cohen seemed totally unaware of the nature of the transactions, those nations involved or the seriousness of the threat.

Both private security “bounty hunters” wishing to cash in on the millions offered by the US and clandestine operatives smuggled into South Africa are seeking the terrorist pair.

Sources in South Africa, when questioned today indicated:  “With this many people looking for Mushin and al-Harabi, driven by the very generous American offer, we expect a positive result soon.”

Descriptions of al Fahdi indicate he is traveling with a driver/body guard, believed to be an Afghan national aged 55 to 60.

Al Fadhi and al-Harabi came on the US radar most recently tied to their involvement in the financing of the assassination of US Ambassador to Libya, Stephens.

Cash and wire transfers were traced through Tel Aviv to Dubai and tied to transactions for South African diamonds.  When some payments were traced to military and intelligence officials in nations friendly considered friendly or “allied” to the United States, all information suddenly became highly classified and efforts to track down operational personnel involved in the Benghazi assault ended.

The only operation public allowed to continue involves payments only and may well be tasked more with silencing terrorists than finding all involved.


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Gordon Duff posted articles on VT from 2008 to 2022. He is a Marine combat veteran of the Vietnam War. A disabled veteran, he worked on veterans and POW issues for decades. Gordon is an accredited diplomat and is generally accepted as one of the top global intelligence specialists. He manages the world's largest private intelligence organization and regularly consults with governments challenged by security issues. Duff has traveled extensively, is published around the world, and is a regular guest on TV and radio in more than "several" countries. He is also a trained chef, wine enthusiast, avid motorcyclist, and gunsmith specializing in historical weapons and restoration. Business experience and interests are in energy and defense technology.