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CIA devil dolls aim to delegitimize jihad: Analyst


The Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) is developing devil dolls in an attempt to delegitimize Muslim countries’ defense of their territories, an analyst writes for Press TV.

“By manufacturing ‘jihadi’ devil dolls, the Western masters of psychological warfare hope to delegitimize jihad,” Kevin Barrett wrote in a column for the Press TV website.

The analyst’s comments come against the backdrop of revelations about the CIA’s plan to employ devil-like action figurines in order to justify its so-called war on terror.

Barrett said the CIA plans to “disarm the world’s Muslims” and convince the world that “defending oneself while Muslim” is a “crime.”

“They want to create a world in which any Muslim who even thinks about defending Islam or the Muslim community or any Islamic country against aggression will be a legitimate target for a drone strike,” wrote Barrett.

He added that the CIA devil dolls are designed to cause division among Muslims in order to reduce their abilities to “defend themselves against aggression.”

Barrett suggested that Muslims can counter this CIA plot by developing dolls which would “reveal the face of a CIA agent like Raymond Davis, the false-flag terrorist captured in Pakistan; or better yet, the face of [Israeli Prime Minister] Benjamin Netanyahu.”

“Imagine the surprise of American children who, while playing with their new ‘jihadi’ dolls, would suddenly witness the dolls’ faces peeling off to reveal the hideous visage of Netanyahu,” wrote Barrett.

The CIA began in 2005 secretly developing a custom-made action figure of Osama bin Laden. It was designed to peel off a red-faced bin Laden looking like a demon.

The project’s goal was to spook children and their parents and cause them to turn away from the actual bin Laden.

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