WMR's Asian intelligence sources are reporting that the body of a Jordanian national was recovered from the debris of the December 30 suicide bombing of the CIA base at Forward Operating Base Chapman in Afghanistan's Khost province. The CIA admitted that seven of its employees and contractors, five males and two females, were killed in the suicide bombing. One of the women was the CIA's base chief. An additional six people were injured, according to news reports. An eighth person, said to be an "Afghan security director" named Arghawan was also killed in the suicide blast.
Almost immediately after the suicide blast, the Jordanian minister for media affairs and communications, Dr. Nabil al-Sharif, denied that the suicide bomber, who was referred to as "Abu Dujanah," was a Jordanian national and that Jordan's General Intelligence Department (GID) had anything to do with the terrorist attack. On January 3, the head of Pakistan's Taliban, Hakimullah Mehsud, stated in an e-mail that "the suicide bomber was a Jordanian national. This will be admitted by the CIA and the Jordanian government."
However, almost simultaneously to the terrorist attack, Jordan's Petra News Agency announced that Jordanian Army Captain Sharif Ali Bin Zeid "died as he performed his humanitarian duty with Jordanian contingent, part of UN peacekeeping forces in Afghanistan." The Jordanian government has declined to provide details about how Sharif died in Afghanistan. The Pakistani Taliban is implying that Sharif, a member of Jordan's GID, is suspected of having been the suicide bomber.
On January 2, a royal reception contingent consisting of King Abdullah, Queen Rania, Crown Prince Hussein, other Royal Family members, the Prime Minister, the Royal Court Chief, the King's adviser for tribal affairs, the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, the directors of intelligence, public security, civil defense and gendarmerie, and other senior government officials received Captain Sharif's body from a Jordanian Air Force plane at Queen Alia International Airport in Amman.
Jordanian news sources are also reporting that Captain Sharif was killed at Camp Chapman. Sharif was reportedly working with the CIA at Camp Chapman. Other media sources are reporting that Sharif's body was the eighth pulled from the rubble at Chapman.
The suicide bomber was said to be a CIA informer from Waziristan in Pakistan who decided to carry out a turncoat suicide mission for the Taliban. The corporate media did an about face after having first reported that the suicide bomber was an Afghan Army officer. WMR has learned from Asian intelligence sources that there is "no shortage of Taliban operatives" in Afghan government ministries, including the intelligence service.
However, WMR's sources report that the dead Jordanian army captain who received a royal welcome in Amman is an enigma in the suicide bombing. Jordanian intelligence and Palestinian security forces in the West Bank are reportedly rife with CIA assets. In any event, our sources are stating that there is a major cover-up of the suicide bombing in Khost to absolve pro-U.S. Jordan of any involvement in the suicide attack.
UPDATE 1X. With the "Jordanian connection" to the Camp Chapman suicide bombing gaining currency, the CIA was forced to change its story once again. After first having claimed the suicide bomber was an Afghan Army officer and then a double agent from Waziristan in Pakistan, the CIA is now claiming the bomber was a Jordanian doctor who was also an "Al Qaeda double agent." The Jordanian is said to have been Humam Khalil Abu-Mulal al-Balawi, a doctor from Zarqa in Jordan, which also happens to be the hometown of another CIA "Al Qaeda" bogeyman, the late Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, who was killed in Iraq. Balawi is claimed to have been "turned" by the GID and CIA and sent to Afghanistan and Pakistan to infiltrate "Al Qaeda."