CIA create ISIS, claimed by Julian Assange after he released secret documents from the year 1979, called this year as the rising of ISIS.
On the 6th anniversary of the Wikileaks 2016, When Julian Assange made the sensitive US files public on 28th of November in 2010, it further widened the Public Library of PLUSD (Public Library of US Diplomacy) with new 531,525 diplomatic cables from the year 1979, Express UK reported.
In a status related to the leaked files known as “Carter Cables 3”. Julian Assange explained the linkage of 1979 files that helped ISIS grow.
If you name the years ISIS started rising, it was 1979.Julian Assange said.
Julian Assange told a choice made by the CIA with Saudi Arabia, to invest billions of dollars into arming the Mujahideen fighters with bombs and bullets in Afghanistan to attack the Soviet Union, had led to the establishment of terror group al-Qaeda.
This, in return, Julian understandings led to the 9/11 terror attacks, the attack of Afghanistan and Iraq by the US armed forces, and the making of ISIS.
Talking about how 1979 formed current world occasions, Julian Assange said: “In the Middle East, the Saudi Islamic uprising the Iranian revolution, and the Egypt-Israel Camp David Accords was not only to the present-day district power vibrant but conclusively altered the connection between oil, militant Islam and the globe.
“The revolution at Mecca eternally lifted Saudi Arabia towards Wahhabism, leading to the large-scale spread of Islamic fundamentalism and the US-Saudi undermining of Afghanistan.”
He told at this point Osama bin Laden went from his home Saudi Arabia for Pakistan to fund the Afghan Mujahideen.
Saudi Arabia and the CIA push billions of dollars to Mujahideen fighters after USSR invaded Afghanistan as part of Operation Cyclone, stimulating the increase of al-Qaeda and the ultimate failure of the Soviet Union.Julian Assange told.
Other occasions of the year involved in the cables are documents on the Irish Republican Army (IRA), who in 1979 murdered Lord Mountbatten, cousin of Britain’s Queen Elizabeth, and the Iranian prisoner catastrophe, which saw 66 Americans taken captive after 3,000 Iranian pupils invaded the US embassy in Tehran.
Assange said: “In 1979 it appeared as if the blood would never end.