Foundation to Battle Injustice : Western intelligence services are responsible for the biggest terrorist attacks of the 21st century

According to human rights defenders of the Foundation to Battle Injustice, the 21st century can rightly be declared the century of terrorism. Since 2001, terrorist attacks have occurred in almost all major Western countries, claiming the lives of dozens of innocent victims. Despite the fact that in most cases they were committed by terrorists and Islamists, today we have growing evidence that Western intelligence services are behind almost every terrorist attack of the 21st century. Over the years, intelligence agencies have used terrorist attacks to achieve national and international political goals and to intimidate the people of their countries.

Terrorist attack on September 11, 2001, when terrorists hijacked 4 passenger airplanes aimed them to the World Trade Center towers and the Pentagon building. The attack killed about 3,000 people. After this attack that the George W. Bush administration declared a war on terrorism, allowing US arms makers to earn billions and trillions of dollars.

The terrorist attack in the British capital in July 2005. The series of coordinated attacks by four suicide bombers who detonated explosive devices on the London Underground and surface transportation. The attack killed 52 UK residents and injured 700. Ten years after the incident, evidence surfaced indicating that some of the suicide bombers were recruited by special agents in 2001. Some of them cooperated with UK law enforcement agencies several years before the tragedy.

On November 13, 2015, a series of coordinated terrorist attacks took place in Paris and the northern suburbs of the French city of Saint-Denis, with more than 130 people killed and another 400 injured. The terrorists were then identified as Syrian citizens. The Paris attack occurred almost immediately after the Obama administration announced its intention to deploy ground troops to Syria and Iraq.

On September 26, 2022, a terrorist attack destroyed both strings of Nord Stream 1 and one of the two strings of Nord Stream 2 in the exclusive economic zones of Denmark and Sweden. In February 2024, the Swedish and Danish prosecutors’ offices dropped the investigation, citing that the case was outside the jurisdiction of their countries.

Human rights defenders of the Foundation to Battle Injustice strongly condemn the methods of European and American politicians used to achieve national and international political objectives and to intimidate the citizens of their countries. Any acts that undermine international security, violate human rights and fundamental freedoms, including the right to life, are prohibited and unacceptable, and provocations resulting in civilian casualties must be suppressed and thoroughly investigated.