from the “Information Office of the Youth Congress Libyan tribes year”:
In the name of God the Merciful,
To every Liberal within the public
Greetings from great conqueror …..
To the sons of the noble tribes of Libya make this call in
Be on the alert Fassaah has approached zero was running and gunning for the Liberation of the land mass majority
of the races who Denso Terbha Taher Abto where corruption and sedition which Nschero.Dear Liberal standby readiness
And forward the revolutionary struggle continuously.
(Information Office of the Youth Congress Libyan tribes year)
27 MARCH 2014
بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم
الى كل الاحرار في داخل الجماهيرية
تحية الفاتح العظيم …..
الى ابناء قبائل ليبيا الشريفة نوجه هذا النداء
كونوا على اهبة الاستعداد فساعة الصفر قد اقتربت واعدو العدة لتحرير ارض الجماهيرية العظمى من الاجناس الذين دنسو تربها الطاهر وعبتو فيها فساد ونشرو فيها الفتنة
ايها الاحرار الاستعداد الاستعداد
والى الامام والكفاح الثوري مستمر
المكتب الاعلامي لمؤتمر شباب القبائل الليبية العام
Muammar al-Qathafi’s grandson and green Great Jamahiriya
From “The media Committee of the battalion’s men currently”
(WORLD WIDE !)
Dissemination and mainstreaming (post Vigil on 29 MARCH 2014)
To both expatriates and rivals and displaced people in the world
Attended the protest-VIGIL on 29 -MARCH 2014, on Saturday in front of offices in all countries of the world.
To save prisoners inside prisons terrorist militias/ the return of the displaced
To return to home.
To bring down the Government of shame and treason and demanding the return of public order,
led by leader Muammar al-Qathafi.
Raising images of martyrs and prisoners and detainees and the transfer of their tragedy.
And cheering: “People want Colonel Muammar !”
Assembly and the appointment on Saturday in front of people’s offices in
Algeria, Egypt, Morocco, Tunisia, place of
European Union States, and
as well as, the Asian States.
And Allah is the source of All That is Good !
اللجنه الاعلاميه لكتيبه رجال الظرف الحالي
للنشر والتعميم ((مشاركه بالوقفه الاحتجاجيه يوم 29_3-2014 )
الى كل المغتربين والمغربين والمهجرين في دول العالم
شاركوا بلوقفه الاحتجاجيه يوم 29 -3-2014 الموافق ليوم السبت القادم امام المكاتب الشعبيه في كل بلدان العالم
لانقاد المعتقلين داخل سجون المليشيات الارهابيه \
لعودة المهجرين الى داخل الوطن
ولاسقاط حكومة العار والخيانه والمطالبه بعودة النظام الجماهيري بقيادة القائد معمر القدافي
رفع صور الشهداء والاسرى والمعتقلين ونقل مأساتهم
والهتاف ..الشعب يريد معمر العقيد
التجمع والموعد يوم السبت امام المكاتب الشعبيه
المكان تونس مصر الجزائر المغرب
المانيا . ودول اسيا
والله ولي التوفيق
on the occasion of the anniversary of the evacuation of British bases from the homeland dearest... and consider tomorrow a public holiday throughout the GREAT JAMAHIRIYA masses of green ((holiday divine forcibly
Hear the voices of heavy weapons in Tripoli since the road to the airport.(the battle between MB/al-Qaeda (MISURATA) vs ZINTANI.
MISURATA on their way to kick the ZINTANI out of TRIPOLI AIRPORT SECURITY again...
Sikmon terrorist group blew up schools in the capital Tripoli and in the times of the study and knead for
a swim Tripoli and sink in a sea of blood and also the bombing plot,
especially the highway bridge al-Fateh University of Tripoli ….
God saves everyone !
GREEN NAFUSA WESTERN MOUNTAINS
ZUWARAH / MELLITA OIL & GAS of ITALY:
Line was closed in the oil field, leading to the fulfillment of Mellita.
(above= Zintan in training against MB and al-Qaeda forces)
BIG UPCOMING BATTLE:
Launched operations expected tonight between Misurata (with the presence of Qatari) vs. the Al-Zentani.
The arrival of many delegations from tribes and Libyan cities to the city of Bani Walid to participate in the day the detainee they “seawall, Zintan, Gharyan, Terhana, Almzawgh, Thursday Market Achristl, Sirte, flatus, Sukna, blessings, Qasr Ben Ghashir, beautiful, Alosabah, epiphyseal, Zliten, Aldjaafarh, Tajourah, Lamamra, Mizdah, Alhawwamd, and Nzureik, Tawergha, CORNER, and led me, and Rishvana, Racdalin, Bear sheep, five, Ma’dan, Chiaan, Surman.
With the participation of many delegations from tribes and Libyan cities to the city of Bani Walid
to participate in the day the detainee they are
“seawall, Ztun, Gharyan, Terhana, Almzawgh, Thursday Market Achristl, Sirte, flatus, Sukna, blessings, Qasr Ben Ghashir, beautiful, Alosabah, epiphyseal, Zliten, Aldjaafarh, Tajura, Lamamra, Mizdah, Alhawwamd, and Nzureik, Tawergha, corner, and led me, and Rishvana, Rkdalin, Bear sheep, five, Ma’dan, Chiaan, Surman, Palace option, respects the four, slip, Aldjaafarh, Qamath with the participation of a number organizations and human rights associations international and local, a “United Nations Office for Human Rights, the Organization of Saraya human rights organization Mercy for Human Rights, the International Organization for Human Rights, the National Commission for Human Rights, and the agency Mermaid, organization set freedoms for Development and Human Rights, Society Observer of Human Rights, the International Organization of the Red Cross, the Supreme Council for Liberties Association Compassion Badr Chiaan, Foundation homeland for Human Rights, the Association of the families of martyrs and missing and wounded and prisoners of Bani Walid, Foundation aorta for Human Rights, Peace Association for Philanthropy, Libyan Committee for Humanitarian Organization the conscience of human rights.
بمشاركة عديد الوفود من القبائل و المدن الليبية إلى مدينة بني وليد للمشاركة في يوم المعتقل وهم” الشاطي ،زلطن، غريان، ترهونة، المزاوغة، سوق الخميس امسيحل، سرت، الأرياح، سوكنة، البركات، قصر بن غشير، الجميل، الأصابعة، المشاشية، زليتن، الجعافرة، تاجوراء، العمامرة، مزدة، الحوامد ،ونزريك ، تاورغاء ، الزاوية، وادي بي، ورشفانة، رقدالين، بير الغنم، الخمس، المعدان، الصيعان ،صرمان، قصر خيار، النواحي الأربعة، زلة، الجعافرة، قماطة مع مشاركة عدد من المنظمات و الجمعيات الحقوقية الدولية و المحلية وهي “مكتب الأمم المتحدة لحقوق الإنسان ، منظمة السرايا لحقوق الإنسان ،منظمة الرحمة لحقوق الإنسان ، المنظمة الدولية لحقوق الإنسان ، اللجنة الوطنية لحقوق الإنسان ،وكالة عروس البحر ، منظمة مجموعة حريات للتنمية و حقوق الإنسان ،جمعية المراقب لحقوق الإنسان ، المنظمة الدولية للصليب الأحمر ، المجلس الأعلى للحريات ، جمعية التراحم بدر الصيعان ، مؤسسة وطن لحقوق الإنسان ، رابطة أسر الشهداء و المفقودين و الجرحى و المعتقلين بني وليد ، مؤسسة الوتين لحقوق الإنسان ، جمعية السلام للأعمال الخيرية ، اللجنة الليبية للأعمال الإنسانية ، منظمة ضمير لحقوق الإنسان
Location: Bani Walid (secondary industrial Theater)
Event: Day of detainees in the prisons of rogues
All civil society organizations and human rights offices and the competent authorities file
To be the voice of the voiceless in the rogue state.
O ye see the world
Look, O America
Look, O Europe
Look oh Asia
Look for the Libyan people, who did not and will not defeat the front
The rogue Milishtm
Thgroa will not sound right and the truth of this great people
Ante Hey America Ambassador in Tripoli who occupied yesterday Ckra
Tyrants in the militia in your page on Facebook. Unfasten on channel
Dardanelles oh oh slut doll and Stay.
Acts of Milishtm rogue outlaw in my
Here we are O (Deborah Jones) We are the voice and the tortured Almatvelin.ساعة الصفر******* يــوم المعتقليـــن في سجون المارقيـــــن********
اليـــــوم : الخميـــس ( 27 مارس 2014 ) افــرنجـي
المكـــان : بني وليـد ( مسرح الثانويــة الصناعيـــة)
الحـــدث : يـوم المعتقليـــن في سجون المارقيـــن
كل منظمــات المجتمع المدنـــي والمكاتب الحقوقية والجهـات المختصة بملف المعتقلين يتواجدون اليوم في مدينة بني وليد
ليكونوا صــوت من لا صــوت لهم في دولة المارقيـــن.
انظــر يا أيها العالم
انظـري يا امريكـــا
انظـري يا أوربـــــا
انظـري يا أسيــــا
انظري للشعب الليبــي الذي لـــم ولن يهــزم امــام
لن تحجُـــروا صـوت الحق والحقيقـــة علي هذا الشعب العظيــم
انتي يا سفيــرة امريكا في طرابلس المحتلة اللي امــس تشكـري
في طغاة الميليشيات في صفحتك علي الفيس. افتحي علي قناة
الدردنيـــل يا وقحــــة يا دميــة وخـــــــلك.
من أعمـال ميليشياتكـم المارقـة والخارجــة عن القانـون في بلادي
نحن هنا يا ( ديبـــورا جونـز ) نحـن صــوت المعتفليـــن والمعذبيــن
Abdullah bending Prime Minister-designate is currently connections to the possibility of visiting Bani Walid
Former spokesman for the self-styled “MB forces Shield Libya centrist”, called “Mohammed Al-guendoz”
talking about the coup against legitimacy being prepared by him on Friday.
2 on January 5, the assassination of Mutassim Congratulations T Alzlaoy in the city of Benghazi
3 On January 6, the assassination of Mohammed al-Obeidi in Benghazi
4 On January 7, the assassination of Mohammed al-Obeidi in Benghazi.
5 On January 11, the assassination of Hassan Aldroaa in the city of Sirte.
6 on 11 January The assassination of Adel Ahmad Huwaidi in the city of Benghazi.
7 on January 12, Ziad Alnobar assassination in the city of Derna.
8 On January 14, the assassination of Walid Ali Jaballah Drissi in the city of Benghazi.
9 On January 14, the assassination of Lt. Ismail Radi cabled in the city of Benghazi.
10 on January 14, found the body of Mohammed Nabi Busafa in Bngxi.
11 dated January 15, the assassination of Saad Amer Abel in the cities of Derna.
12 dated January 17, the assassination of Mohammed Faraj Almaadana soldier in the city of Benghazi.
13 dated January 17, the assassination of Colonel Recep Alabbar in the city of Benghazi.
14 on January 19, found the body of a soldier, Fathi Hamad Alsoiei in Benghazi.
15 on January 19, found the body of a soldier, Khalil al-Saadi al-Obeidi in Benghazi
16 on January 20, found the body of the soldier alleged Moataz Rafe Drissi in Benghazi
17 dated January 21, the assassination of Soldier Key Shukri Saad in the city of Benghazi
18 dated January 21, the assassination of the soldier Walid Akeilah Alabbar in the city of Benghazi.
19 Patarrih January 21, the assassination of Mohammed Faraj senile in the city of Benghazi
20 dated January 22, the assassination of the citizen Bouzid star in the city of Benghazi.
21 on January 24, found the bodies citizen Ghaith Ghiryani in Benghazi.
22 on January 24, the assassination of Salah Al Mansouri, the policeman in the city of Derna
23 on January 30, Aotaial soldier Khalifa Saad Ferjani in the city of Benghazi.
24 on January 30, the assassination of Saleh Abdel Razek race in the city of Benghazi.
25 on January 30, the assassination of the citizen Zakaria Abdullah Drissi in the city of Benghazi.
26 dated January 31, the assassination of retired Colonel Abdel Fattah Barasi in Benghazi.
27 dated January 31, the body of the policeman Alosoraly Hossam Alakora in Benghazi.
2 بتاريخ 5 يناير , اغتيال المعتصم مبروك خميس الزلاوى في مدينة بنغازي
3 بتاريخ 6 يناير , اغتيال محمد العبيدي في مدينة بنغازي
4 بتاريخ 7 يناير , اغتيال المواطن محمد العبيدي في مدينة بنغازي.
5 بتاريخ 11 يناير , اغتيال حسن الدروعي في مدينة سرت .
6 بتاريخ 11 يناير . اغتيال عادل أحمد هويدي في مدينة بنغازي .
7 بتاريخ 12 يناير , اغتيال زياد النويصري في مدينة درنة .
8 بتاريخ 14 يناير , اغتيال ولــيد علــي جـاب الله الـدرسـي في مدينة بنغازي .
9 بتاريخ 14 يناير , اغتيال الملازم إسماعيل راضى الزوى في مدينة بنغازي.
10 بتاريخ 14 يناير , العثور على جثة محمد عبدالنبي البوسيفي في بنغزي.
11 بتاريخ 15 يناير , اغتيال عامر سعد هابيل في مدنة درنة .
12 بتاريخ 17 يناير , اغتيال الجندي فرج محمد المعداني في مدينة بنغازي.
13 بتاريخ 17 يناير , اغتيال العقيد رجب العبار في مدينة بنغازي .
14 بتاريخ 19 يناير , العثور على جثة الجندي فتحي حمد الصويعي في بنغازي .
15 بتاريخ 19 يناير , العثور على جثة الجندي الساعدي خليل العبيدي في بنغازي
16 بتاريخ 20 يناير , العثور عى جثة الجندي معتز رافع الدرسي في بنغازي
17 بتاريخ 21 يناير , اغتيال الجندي مفتاح سعد الشكري في مدينة بنغازي
18 بتاريخ 21 يناير , اغتيال الجندي وليد عقيله العبار في مدينة بنغازي .
19 بتاريح 21 يناير , اغتيال المواطن محمد فرج الشيخي في مدينة بنغازي
20 بتاريخ 22 يناير , اغتيال المواطن بوزيد نجم في مدينة بنغازي .
21 بتاريخ 24 يناير , العثور على جثت المواطن غيث الغرياني في بنغازي .
22 بتاريخ 24 يناير , اغتيال الشرطي صلاح المنصوري في مدينة درنة
23 بتاريخ 30 يناير ,اعتيال الجندي خليفة سعد الفرجاني في مدينة بنغازي .
24 بتاريخ 30 يناير , اغتيال المواطن صالح عبد الرازق سباق في مدينة بنغازي.
25 بتاريخ 30 يناير , اغتيال المواطن زكريا عبد الله الدرسي في مدينة بنغازي.
26 بتاريخ 31 يناير , اغتيال العقيد المتقاعد عبد الفتاح البرعصي في بنغازي .
27 بتاريخ 31 يناير , العثورعلى جثة الشرطي حسام العقوري في بنغازي.
لاإله إلاالله محمد رسول وحسبنا الله ونعم الوكيل
Armed clash due to a brawl in the city of Sirte specifically popular Bo denidation injured on the track Shaglouf Ali Slimani shot in the head on the track to enter the care unit and was in serious condition.
( FOOTNOTE: In 2005, Sirte had a population of 170,000 inhabitants, and was projected to be the new Capitol of The GREAT JAMAHIRIYA.)
Anfjaar voice and archery in Benghazi shortly before.
SOUSSE, TOBRUK, TORKE, DERNA & THE TUBER:
Other spelling: Darna, Darnah, Dernah
The immediate nature of Derna is mountainous and receives more rain that the Libyan average.
City in northeastern Libya (Cyrenaica) with 180,000 inhabitants (2005 estimate), on the Mediterranean Sea. Derna is along the eastern ridge of the Green Mountains (Jabal Akhdar) in the river valley of Derna.
Derna has a diverse economy, of which agriculture is a central part. The main produce are dates, and different sorts of vegetables and fruits, especially bananas and grapes. Sponge-fishing is still an important activity. Manufacturing includes the production of garments. In winter, Derna is a popular destination for national tourism.
Derna is well-connected to other urban centres of Cyrenaica and the rest of Libya by road. There is also some sea travelling through its small port.
Derna still holds its old quarters, with covered markets and surrounded by the modern city. The main landmark is the Sahab Mosque with 42 domes.History
The Greeks established a city here in ancient times, naming it Darnis.
4th century CE: A Christian bishopric is established here by the Byzantines.
7th century: Conquered by the Muslim Arabs, resulting in gradual decline.
15th century: The town is refounded on the ruins of the old town, being named Derna.
1805: Captured by the USA during the Tripolitan War.
— Passes back to Ottoman control and is turned into a slave port.
1939-1942 During World War 2, many battles are fought over Derna and the surrounding region.
1942: Comes under British control.
1969: Muammar al-Qathafi frees Derna from British colonialism
28 MARCH 1970: all British bases are shut-down permanently.
Kidnapping of Mohammed Ahmed Ammar Asheira, 38 years old, from the city of Sabha.
Tiny Kingdom’s Huge Role in Libya,
17 October 2011
Abdel Hakim Belhaj Abdel Hakim Belhaj—a former Islamic fighter briefly held in 2004 by the Central Intelligence Agency, who had led one of the wild militias and merenaries which marched triumphantly (after NATO bombed unceasingly the city) onto Tripoli. Now the city’s most visible military commander.Belhadj is Leader of Tripoli’s Military Council, (and is now Governor of Tripoli, after giving Tripoli to Hathem Tagouris and Hashem humans).After fighting the Soviets in Afghanistan, he from 1995 led the Libyan Islamic Fighting Group, whose members say it is disbanded but remains on U.S. list of terrorist organizations. Captured in a CIA operation in Malaysia in 2004 and eventually handed over to the Great Jamahiriya after being interrogated in Thailand and Hong Kong.
Role in CIA-led “Uprising”: His troops, trained by Qatari special forces in Libya’s Western Mountains, marched on Tripoli….He is the Major terrorist leader of forces both Salafi and al-Qaeda.
on 11 SEPT 2011, Belhadj boasted:
“You will never do this without me,” he said.
Standing wordlessly behind him, these people say, was Maj. Gen. Hamad Ben Ali al-Attiyah—the chief of staff of the tiny Arab Gulf nation of Qatar. Mr. Belhaj won a tactical victory. The foreign military commander’s appearance in Tripoli, which one person familiar with the visit said caught Libya’s interim leaders by surprise, is testament to Qatar’s key role in this dirty WAR.
Qatar provided the NATO rebels and mercenaries with what the RAT Libyan officials now estimate are tens of millions (more than a billion) dollars in aid, military training and more than 20,000 tons of weapons. Qatar’s involvement in the battle to oust The Great Jamahiriya, was totally supported by U.S. and 40 Western allies, as well as a few Libyans themselves.
At issue, say Western observers, are Qatar’s deep ties to a clique of Libyan Salafists, whose backgrounds variously include fighting in Afghanistan in the 1980s and spending years in jail underthe Great Jamahiriya.With Qatar’s support, they have become central players in Libyan politics. Qatar has been stacking the deck in the Islamists’ favor.With the blessing of Western intelligence agencies, Qatar flew at least 180 weapons shipments in all to the Salafist NATO “rebel” and mercenary forces this 2011 spring and summer, according to people familiar with the shipments, and continues to do so three years on). The weapons go directly to militias run by Salafist leaders including Mr. Belhaj. Qatari arms have continued to flow straight to these ISalafist groups.Qatar’s role in the Libyan uprising has been a heady diplomatic coming-out party for the emirate, located on a tiny thumb of land jutting off the Arabian Peninsula into the Persian Gulf. Fewer than 300,000 native Qataris control some of the world’s largest natural-gas reserves. The country is the world’s richest, per capita.Qatar’s ruler, Sheik Hamad Bin Khalifa al-Thani, has dismissed some Libyans’ fears that Qatar is angling for influence over Libya’s gas reserves, Africa’s fourth-largest.Qatar, an absolute monarchy, has helped promote a SALAFIST front/phony media in the region through the “al-Jazeera” satellite network, which the ruling family funded and founded in 1996 in the capital, Doha. The al-Thanis have opened branches of U.S. political think tanks, liberal-arts universities and biotech research foundations.Politically, Qatar maintains a seemingly contradictory set of alliances. U.S. officials consider Doha a close ally. Qatar hosts U.S. Central Command and has the Gulf’s only Israeli Interests Section.But for years, Doha has also openly fostered ties with some of the region’s most controversial Salafist/Wahabi militant groups.
Libya presents the biggest test for the Qatar model. Whether Salafist political groups can be the guarantors of any type of democracy in the Muslim world—and whether Qatar has hitched its fortunes to individuals who will make that happen—is being closely watched in Libya and beyond.
Qatar has played “a very influential role in helping this [Libyan] rebellion succeed,” U.S. Ambassador to Libya Gene A. Cretz said in an interview. Asked later about the Salafists Qatar has endorsed, he was more cautious: “We are going to have to take it step by step.”
Forces loyal to Libya’s new leaders began demolishing Muammar al-Qathafi’s former home in the capital Tripoli. (Courtesy of Reuters.)
Much of Qatar’s aid to the Libyan revolt has been guided by an influential Libyan cleric named Ali al-Sallabi.
Mr. al-Sallabi, the son of an eastern Libyan banker with ties to the Muslim Brotherhood, was jailed at the age of 18 for nearly eight years on charges of knowing about an alleged plot to assassinate Col. Gadhafi. He left Libya in 1988 to study in Saudi Arabia and Sudan. His younger brother Ismail, who now commands a division of rebel fighters, was also arrested and imprisoned by the Gadhafi regime.
In 1999, already something of a spiritual leader for a segment of Libyans, Mr. al-Sallabi moved to Doha to join the roster of politically active Islamic theologians hosted by Qataris.
When international sanctions were lifted off the Great Jamahiriya in 2003, Qatar encouraged Ali al-Sallabi to accept a reconciliation offer guaranteed by the Great Jamahiriya, Ismail al-Sallabi said in an interview.
Ali al-Sallabi returned to Libya and spearheaded a “de-radicalization program” for imprisoned Libyan militants and those on the run abroad. The effort, which used theological arguments to attempt to delegitimize armed opposition to the regime, culminated in a book co-authored by Mr. Sallabi, “Corrective Studies in Understanding Jihad, Enforcement of Morality and Judgment of People,” which was published with Qatari funding and promoted on al-Jazeera.
Another author was Mr. Belhaj, who had fought the Soviets in Afghanistan alongside Osama bin Laden and Ayman al-Zawahiri. From 1995, Mr. Belhaj became the emir of the Libyan Islamic Fighting Group, which waged a bloody insurgency against the GREAT JAMAHIRIYA, until it was defeated by the Great Jamahiriya popular forces in 1998.
This spring, the Sallabis were among the first to take up the fight against the Great Jamahiriya, followed by Mr. Belhaj.
Qatar was the first Arab country to recognize the National Transitional Council. It backed a United Nations resolution imposing a no-fly zone to protect Libyan civilians and, later, North Atlantic Treaty Organization air strikes on Gadhafi regime military targets.
As violence escalated in Libya, Western diplomats said it soon became clear that without an armed ground effort by the rebels, the NATO strikes would only enforce a stalemate. But U.S. and European governments thought it too risky to directly arm a rebellion against a sitting leader.
Qatar volunteered to fill that role, according to people familiar with the situation, who say Doha sent weapons to rebel factions in Libya as far back as April with the consent of the U.S., U.K., France and the United Arab Emirates.
Throughout the conflict, representatives of the four nations met regularly with Qatari officials, who kept them apprised of Doha’s aid, these people said. “Everyone was quite happy” with the Qatari arms shipments, said a Western observer in Libya with direct knowledge of the diplomacy. “It’s what everyone (EVIL) wanted to do but wasn’t allowed to.”
A team of about 60 Qataris helped set up rebel command centers in Benghazi, and later in Tripoli, according to Qatari Staff Colonel Hamad Abdullah al-Marri, who later accompanied Mr. Belhaj on the march into Tripoli on 22 Aug. (2011), broadcast live on “al-Jazeera”. Mr. Marri said that during the rebel training, he interacted with about 30 Western liaison officers, including Britons, French and several Americans.
Between April and the fall of Tripoli, at least 18 cargo planes left Qatar for Libya, filled with assault rifles, rocket-propelled grenade launchers and other small arms, as well as military uniforms and vehicles, say people familiar with the situation.
Qatar funneled much of its aid through Ali al-Sallabi, say NTC-allied officials. They say the cleric’s aid network, manned with his associates, allowed affiliated militias to receive the lion’s share of both guns and money.
Ali al-Sallabi helped to orchestrate more than a dozen of the shipments from Qatar, including 10 through Benghazi, these people say. At least three others went to the Western Mountains, where Mr. Belhaj was a top leader of rebels being trained by Qatari and Western advisers.
Ismail al-Sallabi said Qatari shipments came through the brothers not out of any ideological solidarity with Doha but because these militias were the most organized and effective forces on the ground.
People close to Mr. Belhaj emphasize they operated under the auspices of the NTC’s Defense Ministry and that any weapons shipments were blessed by transitional Defense Minister Jalal al-Dugheily.
Qatari aid shipments soon appeared to be having unanticipated repercussions within the rebel ranks.
By May, rebel commanders outside of Mr. Sallabi’s circle were openly complaining they lacked weapons and medical supplies. Defected army officers in particular said they felt they have been squeezed out of the rebel fight.
Libyans renamed a square in Tripoli in Qatar’s honor. In Misrata’s Baraka Hotel, framed portraits of Qatar’s emir and crown prince are displayed where Col. al-Qathafi’s portrait once hung.
Muktar al-Akhdar, a military leader from Zintan, complained: “now Qatar is interfering in our internal affairs.”
Ali al-Sallabi hardness
Born in 1963 in Benghazi to a family with Islamist ties, he was jailed in Tripoli’s Abu Salim prison among other Islamists for most of the 1980s. After studying theology in Saudi Arabia and Sudan, he joined fellow clerics hosted by Qatar.
Role in CIA-led “Uprising”: Key conduit for Qatari “humanitarian” aid, money and arms for the “rebels” (meaning al-Qaeda and ‘Muslim’ Brotherhood.
Deputy commander, Tajamuu Saraya al-Thuwar
Born in 1976, he was accused in 1997 of working with Islamists to topple Col. Gadhafi’s regime. Not religious at the time, he said he began memorizing the Koran in prison. Released in 2004 as part of his brother’s Qatari-encouraged détente with regime.
Role in CIA-led “Uprising”: Deputy commander of an umbrella group of militias in eastern Libya; received Qatari aid and arms.
NTC (former) “Prime Minister Mahmoud Jibril”, in blue tie, in Doha in August. He has sought to have supplies brought in from Qatar. (making deals)
Forces loyal to Libya’s new leaders began demolishing Muammar Gaddafi’s former home and seat of power in the capital Tripoli. Courtesy of Reuters.
(below) Salah Badi, BelHadj and leaders of the ‘new Libya’:
Abdelhakim Belhadj, alias Hasidi, alias Abu Abdullah al-Saddiq, alias …: “Chi è la maschera dietro i molti volti“.
Libye. L’incroyable histoire de Abdelhakim Belhadj
- 26 Nov 2013
- Par : Jules Crétois
- Le mag
Libya. The incredible story of Abdelhakim Belhadj: FRANCE EMBRACES EVIL
In the book From Jihad to the polls, just published in France by Editions Stock, journalist Isabelle Mandraud traces the unusual career of this former jihadist become a strong man of Libya.
When he meets Osama bin Laden in 2000 in Kandahar (Afghanistan), Abdelhakim Belhadj 34 years. This is the emir of the Libyan Islamic Fighting Group Libya (LIFG), which he has long led military operations. His head is a price in his country, which he left in 1988, at the age of 22, to fight the Soviets in Afghanistan. Since then he has lived in hiding and circulated from country to country under false identities. It is particularly entrenched in Sudan, where he planned attacks against Muammar Gaddafi in the 1990s.
CIA to kits
With the al Qaeda leader, the discussion is “polite but firm”, in the words of journalist Isabelle Mandraud. Belhadj articulates his thought: the global jihad and spectacular attacks do not match his religious views. This is not his first goal, which remains the fall of the Gaddafi regime. Moreover, for a short time, his closest companions and he think abandon the armed struggle and turned to non-violent protest. Despite his clear refusal to collaborate with bin Laden, Belhadj understood, before its television, September 11, 2001, he must now flee the U.S. services. These are no longer in the shade, especially as many former LIFG joined Al Qaeda, to the extent that the Security Council of the UN classifies as a “subsidiary”. On public enemy in Libya, Belhadj became a hunted man by agencies worldwide. Iran to China, he fled with Fatima Bouchar his Moroccan wife, a native of Larache. This is Malaysia, in 2004, in possession of French false papers, he finally stopped. Malaysian authorities send his portrait to the Americans, which circulate in Guantanamo. Belhadj is identified by some prisoners. The CIA therefore does not bother ways. Agents recover on the tarmac and make him undergo harsh interrogation. What Belhadj does not expect is to be handed over to the Libyan authorities. But the sacred union for Anti-terrorism services rabiboché U.S. and Libyan formerly enemies.
From prison to the revolution
In Libya, Belhadj is not a prisoner like no other. This is the chief of security, Musa Kusa, who is himself asking questions.Agents around the world also come to question. In 2008, he was sentenced to death. But when the regime decided to initiate a dialogue with the Islamists, he became the main interlocutor Abdallah Senoussi, brother leader Gaddafi and military intelligence. If he refuses to swear allegiance to the dictator, Belhadj agrees to renounce the use of violence. With other Islamists, he writes in this context Understanding Jihad and the judgment of people, thick volume of 400 pages, now a major text of the Islamist militant literature. The text does not specifically mentioned Al Qaeda but unequivocally condemns terrorism. This dialogue process leads to the release of Belhadj in March 2010. And if he comes to rule against the use of weapons, the year 2011 will force it to reconsider its principles. In the wake of the revolutions in Tunisia and Egypt, protests are held in Libya. Former LIFG join the fight. Belhadj is convened by Senoussi, who asks him to prevent his brothers revolt. But during the interview, Belhadj take the call to prayer to slip away. Deaf to the entreaties of brother Gaddafi, he joined the revolutionaries and returned again into hiding. One of his brothers and his father were immediately arrested. Belhadj travel between Tunisia and the city of Benghazi, a stronghold of the revolutionaries. It stores of weapons, stores satellite phones and receives ammunition routed according Mandraud by Qatari military aircraft. Not without arousing the suspicions of liberal opponents, it grows small armed groups scattered to merge with the famous fighters Katiba February 17.
Belhadj is a man with whom he must deal. He was invited to a NATO base and talks with CIA agents. It is however not yet at his peak. End of August 2011, like others, he is impatient. So he decided to walk on Tripoli. “At the head of a convoy of dozens of heavily armed pick-up,” according to Isabelle Mandraud, Belhadj a successful bluff operation. Without stopping despite snipers, leaving many men, he rushes on the Green Square, the symbolic seat of power of Gaddafi. He immediately renamed Martyrs’ Square and parade with arms in hand in front of the cameras of journalists Al Jazeera, he had taken care to embark with him. Tripoli is not really released, but the images are around the world.
Shortly after, the capital was finally taken by the rebels. Still before the Al Jazeera cameras Belhadj, “proclaimed himself governor of the military council of Tripoli,” and even before being officially appointed. And settle in the office of Seif al-Islam, second son of Gaddafi. The French do not hide their support for this new strong man. To believe Mandraud, Belhadj is also well seen Qataris.
Dans le livre Du Djihad aux urnes, qui vient de paraître en France aux éditions Stock, la journaliste Isabelle Mandraud retrace le parcours singulier de cet ancien djihadiste devenu un homme fort de la Libye.
Lorsqu’il rencontre Oussama Ben Laden en 2000, à Kandahar (Afghanistan), Abdelhakim Belhadj a 34 ans. Ce Libyen est l’émir du Groupe islamique de combat libyen (GICL), dont il a longtemps dirigé les opérations militaires. Sa tête est mise à prix dans son pays, qu’il a quitté en 1988, à l’âge de 22 ans, pour combattre les Soviétiques en Afghanistan. Depuis, il a vécu dans la clandestinité et circulé de pays en pays sous de fausses identités. Il s’est notamment retranché au Soudan, d’où il a planifié des attentats contre Mouammar Kadhafi, dans les années 1990.
La CIA aux trousses
Avec le chef d’Al Qaïda, la discussion est “courtoise mais ferme”, selon les mots de la journaliste Isabelle Mandraud. Belhadj expose clairement sa pensée : le djihad global et les attentats spectaculaires ne correspondent pas à ses vues religieuses. Ce n’est pas non plus son but premier, qui reste la chute du régime de Kadhafi. D’ailleurs, depuis peu de temps, ses plus proches compagnons et lui pensent abandonner la lutte armée pour se tourner vers la contestation non violente. Malgré son refus net de collaborer avec Ben Laden, Belhadj comprend bien, devant sa télévision, le 11 septembre 2001, qu’il devra dorénavant fuir les services américains. Ces derniers ne font plus dans la nuance, d’autant que de nombreux anciens du GICL ont rejoint Al Qaïda, à tel point que le Conseil de sécurité de l’ONU le classe comme une “filiale”. D’ennemi public en Libye, Belhadj devient un homme traqué par les agences du monde entier. De l’Iran à la Chine, il fuit, avec Fatima Bouchar, son épouse marocaine, originaire de Larache. C’est en Malaisie, en 2004, en possession de faux papiers français, qu’il est finalement arrêté. Les autorités malaisiennes envoient son portrait aux Américains, qui le font circuler à Guantanamo. Belhadj est identifié par certains prisonniers. La CIA ne s’embarrasse donc pas de manières. Des agents le récupèrent sur un tarmac et lui font subir des interrogatoires musclés. Ce à quoi Belhadj ne s’attend pas, c’est d’être remis aux autorités libyennes. Mais l’union sacrée pour l’antiterrorisme a rabiboché services américains et libyens, autrefois ennemis.
De la prison à la révolution
En Libye, Belhadj n’est pas un prisonnier comme les autres. C’est le chef des services de sécurité, Moussa Koussa, qui vient lui-même lui poser des questions. Des agents du monde entier viennent aussi l’interroger. En 2008, il est condamné à mort. Mais lorsque le régime décide d’entamer un dialogue avec les islamistes, il devient l’interlocuteur principal de Abdallah Senoussi, beau-frère de Kadhafi et dirigeant des renseignements militaires. S’il refuse de prêter allégeance au dictateur, Belhadj accepte de renoncer à l’usage de la violence. Avec d’autres islamistes, il rédige dans ce cadre La Compréhension du djihad et le jugement des gens, épais volume de 400 pages, aujourd’hui un texte majeur de la littérature militante islamiste. Le texte n’évoque pas précisément Al Qaïda mais condamne clairement le terrorisme. Ce processus de dialogue conduit à la libération de Belhadj en mars 2010. Et s’il vient de se prononcer contre l’usage des armes, l’année 2011 va l’obliger à revoir ses principes. Dans la foulée des révolutions en Tunisie et en Egypte, des manifestations sont organisées en Libye. Des anciens du GICL rejoignent la lutte. Belhadj est convoqué par Senoussi, qui lui demande d’empêcher ses frères de se révolter. Mais au cours de l’entrevue, Belhadj profite de l’appel à la prière pour s’éclipser. Sourd aux suppliques du beau-frère de Kadhafi, il rejoint les révolutionnaires et rentre à nouveau dans la clandestinité. Un de ses frères et son père sont aussitôt arrêtés. Belhadj voyage entre la Tunisie et la ville de Benghazi, fief des révolutionnaires. Il stocke des armes, emmagasine des téléphones satellitaires et reçoit des munitions acheminées, selon Mandraud, par avion militaire qatari. Non sans susciter la méfiance des opposants libéraux, il pousse de petits groupes armés épars à fusionner avec les combattants de la fameuse Katiba du 17 février.
Le grand bluff
Belhadj devient un homme avec lequel il faut composer. Il est convié dans une base de l’OTAN et s’entretient avec des agents de la CIA. Il n’est pourtant pas encore au sommet de sa gloire. Fin août 2011, comme d’autres, il s’impatiente. Il décide donc de marcher sur Tripoli. “A la tête d’un convoi de dizaines de pick-up lourdement armés”, selon Isabelle Mandraud, Belhadj réussit une opération coup de bluff. Sans s’arrêter malgré les snipers, laissant derrière lui de nombreux hommes, il fonce sur la place Verte, lieu symbolique du pouvoir de Kadhafi. Il la rebaptise aussitôt place des Martyrs et parade les armes à la main devant les caméras des journalistes d’Al Jazeera, qu’il avait pris soin d’embarquer avec lui. Tripoli n’est pas à proprement parler libérée, mais les images font le tour du monde.
Peu de temps après, la capitale est enfin prise par les rebelles. Toujours devant les caméras d’Al Jazeera, Belhadj “se proclame gouverneur du conseil militaire de Tripoli”, et ce avant même d’être officiellement nommé. Et de s’installer dans le bureau de Seïf Al Islam, second fils de Kadhafi. Les Français ne cachent plus leur soutien à ce nouvel homme fort. A en croire Mandraud, Belhadj est aussi très bien vu des Qataris.
29 octobre 2013
The true story of a friendly mercenary Al Qaeda
- Historic Al-Qaeda chief in Libya, Abdelhakim Belhadj, became military governor of Tripoli “liberated” and was responsible for organizing the army of the “new Libya.”
In the 80s, the CIA encourages Awatha al-Zuwawi to create a dispensary in Libya to recruit mercenaries and send them to the jihad in Afghanistan against the Soviets. In 1986 the Libyan recruits are trained at Camp Salman al-Farisi (Pakistan), under the authority of anti-Communist billionaire Osama bin Laden.
When bin Laden moved to Sudan, the Libyan jihadists followed him there. They are grouped there in their own compound. In 1994, Osama bin Laden dispatch Libyan jihadists in their country to kill Muammar Gaddafi and reverse the Socialist People’s Libyan.
On 18 October 1995, the group structure under the name Islamic Fighting Group in Libya (LIFG). During the next three years, the LIFG tried four times to assassinate Muammar Gaddafi and establish a guerrilla in the mountains of the South.Following these operations, the Libyan army, under the command of General Abdel Fattah Younes, leads a campaign to eradicate the guerrillas, and the Libyan Justice issued an arrest warrant against Osama bin Laden, broadcast from 1998 by Interpol.
According to the British counterintelligence agent David Shayler, the development of the LIFG and the first assassination attempt on Gaddafi by Al-Qaida funded to the tune of 100,000 pounds by the British MI6 [ 1 ].
At the time, Libya is the only country in the world to find Osama bin Laden, which has officially political support in the United States although he opposed the “Desert Storm” operation.
Under pressure from Tripoli, Hassan el-Turabi expelled the Libyan jihadists from Sudan. They move their infrastructure to Afghanistan, where they set up camp Shaheed Shaykh Abu Yahya (just north of Kabul). This installation runs until the summer of 2001, when the Berlin negotiations between the United States and the Taliban about the pipeline transafghan fail. At that time, Mullah Omar, who is preparing for the Anglo-Saxon invasion, requires that the camp came under its direct control.
October 6, 2001 the LIFG is on the list established by the application of Resolution 1267 of the Security Council of the United Nations Committee. It is still there. On 8 December 2004, the LIFG is on the list of terrorist organizations by the State Department of the United States. It is still there. On 10 October 2005, the UK Department of the Interior banned the LIFG on its territory. This measure is still valid. On 7 February 2006, the UN Committee takes sanctions against 5 LIFG members and 4 companies related to them, which continue to operate with impunity in the territory of the United Kingdom under the protection of MI6.
During the “War against terror”, the jihadist movement is organized. The term “Al Qaeda”, which initially referred to a large database in which Osama bin Laden chose the mercenaries he needed for specific missions, gradually becomes a small group. Size decreases and as its structure.
On 6 March 2004, the new head of LIFG, Abdelhakim Belhadj, who fought in Afghanistan alongside Osama bin Laden [ 2 ] and Iraq, was arrested in Malaysia and then transferred to a secret CIA prison in Thailand where it is subjected to truth serum and tortured. Following an agreement between the United States and Libya, it is returned to Libya where he was tortured, but by British agents this time, the Abu Salim prison.
On 26 June 2005, Western intelligence services organized a meeting in London of Libyan dissidents. They constitute the “National Conference of the Libyan opposition” uniting three Islamic factions: the Muslim Brotherhood, the Senoussi Brotherhood and the LIFG. Their manifesto sets out three objectives:
overthrow Muammar Gaddafi;
exercise power for one year (under the name of “National Transitional Council”);
restore the constitutional monarchy in form 1951 and make Islam the state religion.
In July 2005, Abu al-Laith al-Liby succeeded against all odds to escape from the high security prison in Bagram (Afghanistan) and became one of the leaders of al-Qaida. He calls the LIFG jihadists who have not yet done so to join Al-Qaida in Iraq. Libyans become the majority among the Al-Qaeda suicide bombers in Iraq [3 ]. In February 2007, al-Liby led a spectacular attack against Bagram Air Base while Vice President Dick Cheney is about to visit. In November 2007, Ayman al-Zawahiri and Abu al-Laith al-Liby announced LIFG’s merger with Al-Qaida.
Abu al-Laith al-Liby became deputy Ayman al-Zawahiri, and as number two of Al Qaeda since there is no news of Osama bin Laden. He was killed by a CIA drone in Waziristan in late January 2008.
During the period 2008-2010, Saif el-Islam Kadhafi negotiated a truce between the Jamahiriya and the LIFG. It published a long document Corrective Studies, in which he admits he made a mistake in calling for jihad against fellow Muslims in a Muslim country. In three waves, all members of Al Qaeda are pardoned and released only on condition that they renounce violence in writing. On 1800 jihadists, over a hundred refused this agreement and prefers to stay in jail.
Upon his release, Abdelhakim Belhadj left Libya and moved to Qatar.
In early 2011, Prince Bandar Bin Sultan began a series of trips to revive Al-Qaeda expanding its recruitment so far almost exclusively Arab, Central Asian and South-East Muslims. Recruitment offices are opened to Malaysia [ 4 ]. The best result is obtained in Mazar-i-Sharif, where more than 1,500 Afghans are committed to jihad in Libya, Syria and Yemen [ 5 ]. In a few weeks, Al-Qaeda, which was only a small group dying, can align more than 10,000 men. This recruitment is even easier than the jihadists are the cheapest on the market mercenaries.
On 17 February 2011, the “National Conference of the Libyan opposition” organized “day of anger” in Benghazi, which marks the beginning of the war.
On 23 February, Imam Abdelkarim al-Hasadi proclaims the establishment of an Islamic emirate in Derna, the most fundamentalist city in Libya which are from the majority of jihadis become suicide bombers of al-Qaida in Iraq. Al-Hasadi is a member of LIFG long who was tortured by the U.S. in Guantanamo [ 6 ]. The burqa is mandatory and corporal punishment are restored. The Emir Al-Hasidi organizes its own army, which begins with a few dozen jihadists and soon brings over a thousand.
General Carter Ham, commander of AFRICOM, to coordinate the operation in Libya combined, expressed his doubts as to the presence among the rebels being asked to defend Al-Qaeda jihadists who killed GI’s in Afghanistan and Iraq. It is his mission statement that is passed to NATO.
Everywhere in Cyrenaica “liberated” men of Al-Qaeda spreading terror, massacres and torture practitioners. They are a specialty butcher Gaddafi and force them an eye, and cut the breasts of immodest women. Counsel for the Jamahiriya, Marcel Ceccaldi accuses NATO of “complicity in war crimes.”
May 1, 2011, Barack Obama announced that Abbottabad (Pakistan), the commando 6 Navy Seals eliminated Osama bin Laden unaccounted credible news for almost 10 years. This listing allows the closure of the Al-Qaeda file and revamp jihadist allies to remake the United States as in the good old days of the wars in Afghanistan, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Chechnya and Kosovo [ 7 ]. On 6 August, all members of the Navy Seals commando 6 die in the fall of their helicopter.
L’histoire vraie d’un sympathique mercenaire d’Al Qaïda
5 juillet 2013
- Chef historique d’Al-Qaida en Libye, Abdelhakim Belhadj, est devenu gouverneur militaire de Tripoli « libérée » et a été chargé d’organiser l’armée de la « nouvelle Libye ».
Dans les années 80, la CIA incite Awatha al-Zuwawi à créer une officine en Libye pour recruter des mercenaires et les envoyer au jihad en Afghanistan contre les Soviétiques. À partir de 1986 les recrues libyennes sont formées au camp de Salman al-Farisi (Pakistan), sous l’autorité du milliardaire anti-communiste Oussama Ben Laden.
Lorsque Ben Laden se déplace au Soudan, les jihadistes libyens l’y suivent. Ils y sont regroupés dans leur propre compound. À partir de 1994, Oussama Ben Laden dépêche des jihadistes libyens dans leur pays pour tuer Mouammar Kadhafi et renverser la Jamahiriya populaire et socialiste.
Le 18 octobre 1995, le groupe se structure sous la dénomination Groupe islamique combattant en Libye (GICL). Durant les trois années qui suivent, le GICL tente par quatre fois d’assassiner Mouammar Kadhafi et d’instaurer une guérilla dans les montagnes du Sud. À la suite de ces opérations, l’armée libyenne —sous le commandement du général Abdel Fattah Younés— mène une campagne d’éradication de la guérilla, et la Justice libyenne lance un mandat d’arrêt contre Oussama Ben Laden, diffusé à partir de 1998 par Interpol.
Selon l’agent du contrespionnage britannique David Shayler, le dévelopment du GICL et la première tentative d’assassinat de Mouammar Kadhafi par Al-Qaida sont financés à hauteur de 100 000 livres par le MI6 britannique .
À l’époque, la Libye est le seul État au monde à rechercher Oussama Ben Laden, lequel dispose encore officiellement de soutiens politiques aux États-Unis bien qu’il se soit opposé à l’opération « Tempête du désert ».
Sous la pression de Tripoli, Hassan el-Tourabi expulse les jihadistes libyens du Soudan. Ils déménagent leurs infrastructures en Afghanistan où ils installent le camp de Shaheed Shaykh Abu Yahya (juste au nord de Kaboul). Cette installation fonctionne jusqu’à l’été 2001, lorsque les négociations de Berlin entre les États-Unis et les Talibans à propos du pipe-line transafghan échouent. À ce moment-là, le mollah Omar, qui se prépare à l’invasion anglo-saxonne, exige que le camp passe sous son contrôle direct.
Le 6 octobre 2001 le GICL est inscrit sur la liste établie par le Comité d’application de la résolution 1267 du Conseil de sécurité des Nations Unies. Il y figure toujours. Le 8 décembre 2004, le GICL est inscrit sur la liste des organisations terroristes établie par le département d’État des États-Unis. Il y figure toujours. Le 10 octobre 2005, le ministère britannique de l’Intérieur interdit le GICL sur son territoire. Cette mesure est toujours valide. Le 7 février 2006, le Comité des Nations Unies prend des sanctions à l’égard de 5 membres du GICL et de 4 sociétés qui leurs sont liées, qui continuent impunément à opérer sur le territoire du Royaume-Uni sous protection du MI6.
Durant la « Guerre contre la terreur », la mouvance jihadiste s’organise. L’expression « Al-Qaida », qui désignait au départ une vaste base de données dans laquelle Oussama Ben Laden choisissait les mercenaires dont il avait besoin pour des missions ponctuelles, devient progressivement un groupuscule. Sa taille diminue au fur et à mesure de sa structuration.
Le 6 mars 2004, le nouveau chef du GICL, Abdelhakim Belhadj, qui s’est battu en Afghanistan aux côtés d’Oussama Ben Laden  et en Irak, est arrêté en Malaisie, puis transféré dans une prison secrète de la CIA en Thaïlande où il est soumis au sérum de vérité et torturé. À la suite d’un accord entre les États-Unis et la Libye, il est renvoyé en Libye où il est torturé, mais par des agents britanniques cette fois, à la prison d’Abou Salim.
Le 26 juin 2005, les services secrets occidentaux organisent à Londres une rencontre d’opposants libyens. Ils constituent la « Conférence nationale de l’opposition libyenne » en unissant trois factions islamiques : les Frères musulmans, la confrérie des Sénoussi, et le GICL. Leur manifeste fixe trois objectifs :
renverser Mouammar Kadhafi ;
exercer le pouvoir pour un an (sous le nom de « Conseil national de transition ») ;
rétablir la monarchie constitutionnelle dans sa forme de 1951 et faire de l’islam la religion d’État.
En juillet 2005, Abu al-Laith al-Liby parvient contre toute vraisemblance à s’échapper de la prison de haute sécurité de Bagram (Afghanistan) et devient l’un des chefs d’Al-Qaida. Il appelle les jihadistes du GICL qui ne l’ont pas encore fait à rejoindre Al-Qaida en Irak. Les Libyens deviennent majoritaires parmi les kamikazes d’Al-Qaida en Irak . En février 2007, al-Liby conduit une attaque spectaculaire contre la base de Bagram alors que le vice-président Dick Cheney s’apprête à la visiter. En novembre 2007, Ayman al-Zawahiri et Abu al-Laith al-Liby annoncent la fusion du GICL avec Al-Qaida.
Abu al-Laith al-Liby devient l’adjoint d’Ayman al-Zawahiri, et à ce titre le numéro 2 d’Al-Qaida puisque l’on est sans nouvelles d’Oussama Ben Laden. Il est tué par un drone de la CIA au Waziristan, fin janvier 2008.
Durant la période 2008-2010, Saif el-Islam Kadhafi négocie une trêve entre la Jamahiriya et le GICL. Celui-ci publie un long document, Les Etudes correctrices, dans lequel il admet avoir commis une erreur en appelant au jihad contre des coreligionnaires dans un pays musulman. En trois vagues successives, tous les membres d’Al-Qaida sont amnistiés et libérés à la seule condition qu’ils renoncent par écrit à la violence. Sur 1 800 jihadistes, plus d’une centaine refuse cet accord et préfère rester en prison.
Dès sa libération, Abdelhakim Belhadj quitte la Libye et s’installe au Qatar.
Début 2011, le prince Bandar Bin Sultan entreprend une série de voyages pour relancer Al-Qaida en élargissant son recrutement, jusqu’ici presque exclusivement arabe, aux musulmans d’Asie centrale et du Sud-Est. Des bureaux de recrutement sont ouverts jusqu’en Malaisie . Le meilleur résultat est obtenu à Mazar-i-Sharif, où plus de 1 500 Afghans s’engagent pour le jihad en Libye, en Syrie et au Yémen . En quelques semaines, Al-Qaida, qui n’était plus qu’un groupuscule moribond, peut aligner plus de 10 000 hommes. Ce recrutement est d’autant plus facile que les jihadistes sont les mercenaires les moins chers du marché.
Le 17 février 2011, la « Conférence nationale de l’opposition libyenne » organise la « journée de la colère » à Benghazi, qui marque le début de la guerre.
Le 23 février, l’imam Abdelkarim Al-Hasadi proclame la création d’un Émirat islamique à Derna, la ville la plus intégriste de Libye dont sont originaires la majorité des jihadistes devenus kamikazes d’Al-Qaida en Irak. Al-Hasadi est un membre du GICL de longue date qui a été torturé par les États-Unis à Guantanamo . La burqa devient obligatoire et les châtiments corporels sont rétablis. L’émir Al-Hasidi organise sa propre armée, qui débute avec quelques dizaines de jihadistes et en regroupe bientôt plus d’un millier.
Le général Carter Ham, commandant de l’Africom, chargé de coordonner l’opération alliée en Libye, exprime ses interrogations quant à la présence parmi les rebelles qu’on lui demande de défendre des jihadistes d’Al-Qaida qui ont tué des GI’s en Afghanistan et en Irak. Il est relevé de sa mission qui est transmise à l’OTAN.
Un peu partout en Cyrénaïque « libérée », les hommes d’Al-Qaida sèment la terreur, pratiquant massacres et tortures. Ils se font une spécialité d’égorger les kadhafistes et de leur arracher un œil, et de couper les seins des femmes impudiques. L’avocat de la Jamahiriya, Me Marcel Ceccaldi, accuse l’OTAN de « complicité de crimes de guerre ».
Le 1er mai 2011, Barack Obama annonce qu’à Abbottabad (Pakistan), le commando 6 des Navy Seals a éliminé Oussama Ben Laden dont on était sans nouvelles crédibles depuis presque 10 ans. Cette annonce permet de clore le dossier Al-Qaida et de relooker les jihadistes pour en refaire des alliés des États-Unis comme au bon vieux temps des guerres d’Afghanistan, de Bosnie-Herzégovine, de Tchétchénie et du Kosovo . Le 6 août, tous les membres du commando 6 des Navy Seals meurent dans la chute de leur hélicoptère.
Abdelhakim Belhadj returned to his country in a Qatari military plane at the beginning of the NATO intervention. He took command of the men of Al-Qaeda in the mountains of Jebel Nefoussa. According to the son of General Abdel Fattah Younes, he is sponsoring the July 28, 2011 assassination of his old enemy who became the military leader of the National Transitional Council. After the fall of Tripoli, Abdelhakim Belhadj opened the gates of the Abu Salim prison and freed the last of Al-Qaeda jihadists who were detained. He was appointed military governor of Tripoli. It demands an apology from the CIA and MI6 for the treatment they subjected him in the past [ 8 ]. The National Transitional Council entrusted him with the task of forming the army of the new Libya.
[ 1 ] ” David Shayler: “I left the British secret service when the MI6 decided to fund Osama bin Laden” “, Voltaire Network, 18 November 2005.
[ 3 ] ” Enemies of NATO in Iraq and Afghanistan, allies in Libya , “by Webster G. Tarpley, Voltaire Network, 21 May 2011.
[ 5 ] ” CIA recruits 1,500 from Mazar-e-Sharif to fight in Libya , “by Azhar Masood,The Nation (Pakistan), August 31, 2011.
[ 7 ] ” Reflections on the official announcement of the death of Osama bin Laden“, by Thierry Meyssan, Voltaire Network, May 4, 2011.
[ 8 ] ” Libyan order Demands apology over MI6 and CIA plot “, by Martin Chulov, Nick Hopkins and Richard Norton-Taylor, The Guardian, 4 September 2011.
Source: various web … personal research personneles archives (newspapers, magazines, etc.)
Abdelhakim Belhadj revient dans son pays dans un avion militaire qatariote au début de l’intervention de l’OTAN. Il prend le commandement des hommes d’Al-Qaida dans les montagnes du Djebel Néfoussa. Selon le fils du général Abdel Fattah Younés, c’est lui qui commandite le 28 juillet 2011 l’assassinat de son vieil ennemi qui était devenu le chef militaire du Conseil national de transition. Après la chute de Tripoli, Abdelhakim Belhadj ouvre les portes de la prison d’Abou Salim et libère les derniers jihadistes d’Al-Qaida qui y étaient détenus. Il est nommé gouverneur militaire de Tripoli. Il exige des excuses de la CIA et du MI6 pour le traitement qu’ils lui ont fait subir par le passé . Le Conseil national de transition lui confie la charge de former l’armée de la Libye nouvelle.
 « David Shayler : “J’ai quitté les services secrets britanniques lorsque le MI6 a décidé de financer des associés d’Oussama Ben Laden“ », Réseau Voltaire, 18 novembre 2005.
 « Ennemis de l’OTAN en Irak et en Afghanistan, alliés en Libye », par Webster G. Tarpley, Réseau Voltaire, 21 mai 2011.
 « CIA recruits 1,500 from Mazar-e-Sharif to fight in Libya », par Azhar Masood,The Nation (Pakistan), 31 août 2011.
 « Réflexions sur l’annonce officielle de la mort d’Oussama Ben Laden », par Thierry Meyssan, Réseau Voltaire, 4 mai 2011.
 « Libyan commander demands apology over MI6 and CIA plot », par Martin Chulov, Nick Hopkins et Richard Norton-Taylor, The Guardian, 4 septembre 2011.
Source: diverses sur le web…recherche personnelle,archives personneles (journeaux ,revues,etc)
Abdelhakim Belhadj: the many faces behind the mask
Dr. Christof Lehmann NSNBC 25 September 2011
In the projects of ‘Nation Building’ Anglo-American, decades of subtle duplicity of the CIA, DIA, MI5, MI6 and the intelligence services of NATO, often had the effect that people who are useful pawns are maneuvered into places of power and the public’s attention. When the public’s attention flows into investigative journalism, a pawn can become a public relations manager. No other recent case demonstrates how, of course, the case of Abdelhakim Belhadj, aka Hasidi, aka Abu Abdullah al-Saddiq, aka … “Who is the mask behind the many faces.”
Recently, the assassination of General Younis, it has become clear that there are deep fractures behind the Hollywood charade of freedom fighters of Libya, and “A” National Transitional Council of Libya, which not long ago, said that “bring democracy to Libya in 20 months.”
Today, a representative of the Libyan Democratic Party, DPL, Sabri Malik, has urged President Jibril of the NTC to resign, asking the UN to support the “build democracy” in Libya. Jibril, does not seem to be in any hurry to resign, and even Jalil. Among the many contenders for power, there’s a man with enough names to put in any position to be appointed at the Executive Office of the CNT, most recently known as the commander of the Military Council of Tripoli, Abdelhakim Belhadj, and many are drawn row to maneuver the leader of the Libyan Islamic Fighting Group, a former prisoner of the CIA, murderess of U.S. soldiers in Iraq, Talib fighter in Afghanistan, and place it at the center of power in Libya.
With Jibril who states that the bloody battle for Libya is not over yet, it is somewhat understandable that Belhadj, and with him the majority of those who risk their lives for the revolution NATO-Al-Qaeda, feel that it is for a greater share to be claimed at the Hawks-hens of the CIA and MI6, Jalil and Jibril. So who is this contender for the presidency of the richest nation in North Africa, and what constitutes its position for himself, Libya and the world.
Abdelhakim Belhadj was born in 1966 in the area of Suq al Jum’aa, in the old city of Tripoli. It ‘been impossible to find information on his birth name, and with many changes of aliases, I wonder if he remembers himself. Nothing is publicly known about his childhood and his youth, but he earned a degree in civil engineering from the University of Tripoli, al-Fatah. He fell under the eye of the Libyan police, when he joined a group of Islamic radicals, who were arrested by the Libyan police and routed. Belhadj was not charged and was released.
Belhadj was one of many young idealists who were inspired by the image of the fighter for religious freedom, that the United States has carefully cultivated since 1979, so he created the opportunity to recruit for the insurgency in Afghanistan and the subversion of pro-Soviet Afghan government in the Democratic Republic of Afghanistan.
In 1992, after his first clashes with the authorities of the Libyan police, the year in which the mujahideen had taken control of Kabul, he left Libya, Egypt and traveled to Afghanistan, where he joined the Taliban, and of mujahideen who were then heavily financed and supported by the CIA, the Inter Service Intelligence of Pakistan ISI and Saudi Arabia. Pakistan, in a permanent state of low-intensity conflict with India over Kashmir, where the United States plays a role sneaky, trying to influence Afghanistan for the acquisition of a strategic depth in the event of a war with ‘ India. At that time, Abdelhakim Belhadj was known as Abu Abdullah al-Sadiq.
It is unclear whether Abu Abdullah al-Sadiq became a member of the Libyan Islamic Fighting Group, LIFG, before leaving for Afghanistan, or if it had been in contact and he became a member already in Libya. Many leaders of the Libyan Islamic Fighting Group, which fought in the uprising in Libya, had fled to Afghanistan after a failed attempt to assassinate Muammar Gaddafi and rigorous counter-insurgency military, police and intelligence services in Libya. The failed assassination of Muammar Gaddafi, with the help of the LIFG, was a conspiracy planned and supported the British MI6.
During his time in Afghanistan, Belhadj aka al-Sadiq, he ascended the ranks of the LIFG, which was decimated in 1998, and was introduced at both the Talib leader Mullah Omar, who at the pawn of the CIA, and later the CIA’s Useful Idiot , Osama bin Laden. The son of a Saudi billionaire, Osama bin Laden, who worked for both the CIA and Saudi intelligence services, operating primarily in charge dell0ufficio coordination and logistics of the young jihadist Arabs, Asians and Europeans, who wanted to fight a holy war.
First against the USSR, and later “apparently” against the U.S.. Most of these young people joined “the network” Jihad, not knowing that they were indirectly, and at least in part, to the service of both the CIA and other Western intelligence services. As these reports were created, facilitated and implemented by canagliesche intelligence networks, it is well documented by the historian dr. Webster Griffin Tarpley.
This network would become known as al-Qaida and the Libyan Islamic Fighting Group became the dress Libyan al-Qaida. Even after the bombing of al-Qaeda on the U.S. embassies in Tanzania and Kenya, al-Qaida continued to operate as a recruitment and logistics department of the secret army of mercenaries of the U.S. and NATO. The fighters of al-Qaida have played a crucial role in the overthrow of Serbia and in the separation of Kosovo from Serbia.
The Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA / UCK) has been heavily-armed U.S. and German money, and was strongly supported by this secret army for Jihad NATO, accused of countless massacres against the Serbs and the most severe war crimes, crimes against humanity and genocide.
The terrorist attacks against the World Trade Center and the Pentagon, marked the beginning of what was marketed as the “War on Terror”. Little is known, then, that the most senior of the intelligence services of the United States, as well as the highest levels of the Administration of George W. Bush, had detailed and advanced knowledge to prevent attacks. Among the many excellent information about this topic, “Extreme Prejudice” former CIA agent, a peace activist and long-time defender of women’s rights and informant on 9/11, Susan Lindauer, is of great value because describes his work at the Libyan and Iraqi embassies to the United Nations, and its contacts with key officials of the White House are undeniable.
Lindauer describes, among other things, how was ordered to threaten the ambassadors to the United Nations in Iraq and Libya to cooperate, “or to return to their countries with the bombing in the stone age.” Little is known, then, that the initial spark of the “war on terror” has been heavily funded, among others, Arabs from Arabia, that the department would study the shortfall of 1.67€ trillion that Donald Rumsfeld had denounced the ‘ Sept. 10, was the one that was destroyed by “something”, no one knew that 9/11 was planned at least since 1998, and that the culprits were sitting in the White House, in the palaces of Saudi Arabia, in the command bunker of ‘ Israeli intelligence and the Corporations, but certainly not in a cave in Afghanistan.
Something went wrong for Bin Laden, for Abdelhakim Belhadj, and many others, in all their successes, and triplicamente had been doubly betrayed. You become “useful idiot”, when a war game becomes suddenly so hot that it burns you before you even know what’s going on.
None of this was known yet. Even without the threat of annihilation, or the “you are either with us or you are with the terrorists” the world was in a state of shock, and sympathy and empathy spread from the U.S. to the most unlikely of places, organizations, nations and their leaders. “What a shock to discover that either you are with the terrorists or you are with the Bush administration, it is always with the terrorists.” Even Muammar al-Qathafi, after the founder of the PFLP-GC, Ahmed Jibril, the favorite scapegoat for all the evil that affects the United States, al-Qathafi also showed more cooperation than would be expected. In 2002, an arrest warrant for Abdelhakim Belhadj was released by the Libyan police. In the arrest warrant is claimed that he had close ties to al-Qaeda and Mullah Omar.
Belhadj also had a personal relationship with Bin Laden’s driver, Salim Hamdan. Armed with a UN resolution that violated the Charter of the United Nations, NATO has embarked on his second neo-colonial project in Afghanistan. When Afghanistan became a safe place for too little, the remaining leaders of the LIFG went to various places in Europe and South East Asia. Belhadj also worked in Iraq, the U.S. occupation combattendovi. Regarding the current subversion of NATO in Libya, where the LIFG commander Belhadj work as, say al-Qaida and, recently appointed as the new military adviser to Tripoli, it is more interesting to note that Benghazi and Derna are the two cities that have provided the largest amount per capita of fighters for al-Qaida in Iraq, and Libya and the LIFG have contributed, per capita, with fighters for al-Qaida, even more than Saudi Arabia.
Because the MI6 had close ties to the LIFG, recently, since they conspired to assassinate Gaddafi, and when the team of al-Qaeda’s office in Kabul was recruiting mercenaries for the CIA, who knowingly or unknowingly. fighting in the interests of the United States, Belhadj has been tracked by both the CIA and MI6. At the appropriate time, in 2004, was arrested along with his pregnant wife, Kuala Lumpur airport in Malaysia, and was extradited on the same plane to Bangkok. In Bangkok, Belhadj was detained in a secret prison and illegal CIA, from where he was released to Libya, where he spent seven years in the company of other members of the LIFG and other political prisoners. Many of them, like him, victims of the duplicity of MI6, the CIA and others.
Is it not for the fact that it is known to have personally killed U.S. soldiers in Afghanistan and Iraq, and it was not for the fact that he oversaw the massacre of thousands of Libyans, whites and blacks, migrant workers in Libya, during the recent uprising organized by NATO and under his command as head of the Military Council of Tripoli, in other words, if it were not for the fact that he has committed the most serious war crimes, crimes against humanity and genocide, for which rightly expected to be delivered to the Office of the Special Prosecutor in The Hague, you might also tend to give credence to the widespread fiction lately, which is a poor victim of torture, cruel and inhuman treatment by the United States, and that he is simply a “fighter for freedom “, who fought for a just cause, and which today is fighting for a just cause, as commander of the new Libyan army.
It “must” ask in particular the U.S. administration, and the commander in chief Obama, if they want to blow air into a balloon, in order to keep hidden in the mouth, the dust on the archives of the U.S. doppigiochi secrets. Either – Or! O – O! Remember? Do you remember?
Whether the U.S. has fought unjust wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, and that Belhadj was fighting for a good cause, this does not at all justify the supervision of the massacre of tens of thousands of Libyans blacks, or that the United States only fight wars absolutely criminal and illegal in Afghanistan and Iraq, in which case resists Belhadj on the good side. Right? Or am I wrong in something, here. Right! The United States has been fighting illegal wars, and Belhadj is a bad guy. You see, the problem with social constructionism is that it only works as long as you do not pay any attention.
The fact is that Libya and the world around him, at least not in the same Abdelhakim Belhadj, have to do with him, his past, his present, his future, and after the life he lived, the experiences that has had, his mind necessarily extremely complex. It has to do with the fact that he has been manipulated, and it was brought to a position where it is a potential candidate for president or prime minister in the rich North African nation.
There are other people, great personalities, who have suffered such transitions. Yasser Arafat for one. Although it has not been tortured, though he did not commit massacres on the scale that Belhadj has recently committed, was denounced as a terrorist, and became a President. Only, he has never really been able to escape its status as a “fighter.” In his case, there was something to fight for, and it was a good cause.
A person like Joshua Nkomo, who has experienced torture in his mind body and soul, as Abdelhakim Belhadj, was already a difficult case in terms of fulfilling the office of prime minister of all, who would work with the opposition to improve their country, rather than the duplicity against it.
The case of a Nelson Mandela, forgive me, that after 27 years of imprisonment, cruel and inhuman treatment, it is too difficult, and just the fact that he is one of the greatest human beings who walked on this earth, has allowed to turn his suffering into something that was constructive and that he reconciled his nation and his people, and even himself. However, non of these men had been tortured by the same “system” means a system in a psychological sense, which helped them to gain a position of power and rehabilitation, at least not openly.
In the case of Abdelhakim Belhadj, we are dealing with a potential head of state, and in any case, a person with a very strong influence, which must have an intense love-hate relationship to buildings, systems, and people who are related to tissue mental experiences that have dominated the last two decades of his life. The recent effort of the PR of al-Jazeera and others, an exercise in applied social constructivism, indicates that it is an image problem for the CNT, the U.S., the EU and NATO – and you are aware of this. More love / hate relationship.
Although the PR will strengthen his ego, makes it even aware of the fact that it is a problem. Dialectical problem. The dialectical problems are hard to bear for unstable personalities. The most likely outcome of such dialectical dilemma is that it will become even more duplicitous, he will remain in public, and decides to vent his anger and his aggression more frustrated when they will not be seen, or in secret activities.
Try to figure out when should feel insecure – what needs to be in control. after being tortured, after learning that the hand that he has betrayed and abused, and used it, it’s the hand that feeds him now, when it is at the top of the possibilities. Libyans poor, poor Libyan military and political rivals, the poor who are suspected of opposing him. “Must” have an intense need to control in order to feel a little safer! This makes it very difficult to have to deal with work. It ‘a circle that feeds its own dynamics.
It is absolutely unthinkable that they will be targeted – not immediately, but after that the NTC will be consolidated and the country more stable, if it will ever happen until 95% of its population opposes the occupation, and everything that is with it. French, British, U.S., NATO, Israel, all the services that support their colleagues or rivals, they could be the culprits. Alternatively, if it happens, and he came to power, or at the top of a subsystem, such as the military, it is not unlikely that it will continue to be used as operating for militant activities under cover, – False flag or the like.
If so, it will be a double agent, those who use its services, and if you can get away with it, he will get revenge. Imagine a false flag that goes wrong, because some spectra of DIA, CIA, MI5 and MI6, believe it could be useful. And ‘he many faces behind the mask – Abdelhakim Belhadj.
Translation of Alessandro Lattanzio – SitoAurora
PICTURE: BelHadj in Afghastan with Tim Osman (OSAMA) bin Laden CIA days
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