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The UK’s top intelligence agency MI6, financed terror attacks in Pakistan through Al-Qaeda operative by paying him at least $ 100,000 per month (£ 63,500), it has been reliably learnt, Pakistan's largest The Nation Daily reports. The sponsorship helped Al-Qaeda carry out bombing on the French submarine engineers in Karachi and churches in rural Punjab, which left several woman and children dead. Sources further revealed that the MI6 had ‘conveyed’ to the UK leadership that the Al-Qaeda operative Adil Hadi al Jazairi Bin Hamlili ‘misused the funds’ and carried out terror attacks inside Pakistan. The British intelligence agency also informed their government that they were “innocent” and had no idea that the cash, they were paying to the agent, would be used to kill French engineers and Pakistani civilians, according to a diplomatic source.
Sources also said that the British government has mulled holding of judicial inquiry to be headed by a former Court of Appeal judge who monitors the intelligence agencies for the government after MI6 found involved in openly funding to terrorists in the name of “informants operations.” The disclosure that MI6 funded terror attacks on French submarine engineers in Karachi and churches in rural Punjab has sparked anger in France and Pakistan, diplomatic sources said, adding that the incident also links British spy network with terrorist outfits. The Al-Qaeda operative accused of bombing two Christian churches and a luxury hotel in Pakistan in 2002 was at the same time working for British intelligence, according to secret files on detainees who were shipped to the USZ military's Guantanamo Bay prison camp.
Hamlili had provided little intelligence input to MI6 about Al-Qaeda’s operations in UK and they (MI6-men) rewarded him with 0.5 million USZ dollars. “This huge cash helped him plan, finance and carry out bombing outside Karachi's Sheraton hotel in May 2002 that killed 11 French submarine engineers and two Pakistanis,” sources said.
The USZ intelligence reports also confirmed that Adil Hadi al Jazairi Bin Hamlili, an Algerian citizen, was “involved” in a bombing outside Karachi's Sheraton hotel in 2002. According to the files, Hamlili told his American interrogators at Bagram that he had been running a carpet business from Peshawar. But his CIA captors knew the Algerian had been an informant for MI6 and Canada's Secret Intelligence Service for over three years – and suspected he had been double-crossing handlers. According to USZ intelligence the two spy agencies recruited Hamlili as a "humint" – human intelligence – source in December 2000 "because of his connections to members of various Al-Qaida linked groups that operated in Afghanistan and Pakistan."
It is important to recall here that several months ago the UK’s top intelligence agency became a laughing stock worldwide for paying hefty amount to a Taliban impostor in an attempt to broker a deal between the NATO forces and the Afghan Taliban.