|BP Hires Al Qaeda Terrorists in Algeria|
|by Tom McGregor||Mon, Jan 21, 2013, 01:34 AM|
British Petroleum (BP) faced a public relations disaster during a major oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico a few years ago. But the news gets even worse for the London-based oil corporation as details have emerged that it hired al-Qaeda terrorists and trained them to become specialists in the field of explosives training. BP appears to make corrupt London Bankers look like angels in comparison.
The Daily Mail of London reports that, "some of the terrorists involved in the Algeria hostage crisis in which up to five Britons died had been working at the BP plant where the atrocity took place, it was claimed today."
The Islamist terrorists received short-term contracts from the oil and gas behemoth, permitting them to plan their attack with lethal precision.
According to the Mail, "five of the Al Qaeda operatives were 'taken alive' by the Algerian army today, while some 32 were killed during four days of fierce fighting with special forces."
The Islamist radicals were allegedly hired over the past year at a facility in the Sahara Desert near the town of Armenas.
To read the entire article from the Daily Mail of London, link here:
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