(picture: Mu’ammar in Versailles 05 DEC. 2007)
Green Libya vows to unceasingly fight all NATO, Kharijite and Salafi forces that invaded and now occupy Libya:
YOU-TUBE VIDEO from 03 APRIL 2012:
(The green) PEOPLE’s LIBERATION ARMED FORCES of the GREAT JAMAHIRIYA in the desert:
15.02.2012 Dessert- The Green Lions- Man Power
“QaaQa Brigade” on FB tells is:
Secret military engineering of the Wallabi Cyrenaican National Army and the Xanthan,
are working hard to get rid of the remnants of the “17 February war” Ptkhals.
Today has blow up some remnants of the NATO war and UXO and some mines.
We thank the efforts of all our children to tender.
LIBYA RAT NEWS:
la vidéo de Libyan news agency
Exclusive and special to the Libyan News Agency | | expel a member of the National Conference Protect …
The expulsion of a member of the National Congress of Ahmad pure Airport spotted and forced to disembark from the plane ..
Graduation from military Almtdrbeyen of the Libyan army in Italy, who has be training
and “brainwashing” the young men’s minds !
Libyan media reports said the new batch of troops will undergo 10 weeks of basic military training
at the headquarters of the Italian Army’s Bersaglieri 8th Regiment in the city of Persano.
In terms of an agreement between the two countries, Italy will train up to 2 000 Libyan troops by the end of this year.
“Zintan brigade QaaQa” on FB, reporting the truth:
There is a problem when military personnel graduates in Italy
From the heart of the event
A member of the battalion say
Nehna of Dawn sitting at the airport, Rome’s military … and just a great story Saarh State Mtbash Flyer Ads
Bish Trouhna Conference and dogs to Gadi Maskin pilots … rant Embassy and battalion commander Ali
They said officials in Tripoli Nehna Menbosh Army and Tarko with each other on the phone and the situation is very engorged
And the declaration of state of emergency prior to their administration of the airport.
يوجد مشكلة عند افراد الجيش الخرجين فى ايطاليا
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from JoAnn Moriarity:
Mustafa Abdul Jalil (former Jamahiriya chief “Justice”), Head of the National Transitional Council in Benghazi in 2011, admits:
Gaddafi did not order the shooting that started the false revolution in Libya. Now after the destruction of Libya, Jalil admits to the world on Libyan Channel One that the protestors that were killed in Benghazi that caused the UN and NATO to attack Libya were killed by a group of spies and mercenaries who were not Libyan. He admits that he knew the truth at the time but it was done to take down the Libyan government and break the state. He admits that he was briefed in advance that this was going to happen and that the people of Libya did not recognize the dead protestors because they wore civilian clothes and there was no one who came to their funerals as they had no relatives or friends in Libya.
As we have been saying since February 2011, the so called revolution in Libya was a false flag. The Libyan people by large majority were happy and “safe”. Islamic extremist groups were illegal in Libya. Now Libya is controlled by Islamic extremists groups (Al Qaeda, Libyan Islamic Fighting Group (LIFG), The Muslim Brotherhood, Ansar Al Sharia and others). The country is broken, there is no security, thousands have been imprisoned illegally and hundreds tortured to death. There is no government, there are no oil sales, 2 million are still in exile, psychopaths have taken the country and it is now considered a “grey state” – no borders and no government.
So, thank you Obama, CIA, Hillary Clinton, NATO and the UN for NOT protecting the innocent civilians in Libya.
“Zintan Brigade”, on FB, reports and EXPLAINS:
Eye of Libya news
Libyan Interior Ministry:
reduction in the number of traffic accidents in the month of May for the month of April increased by 138
Accident, and thus:
Decrease the number of deaths increased by 42 cases.
Decrease in the number of injuries by 52 cases.
Decline in the number of vehicles affected by 196 vehicles.
Impairment of financial damage by 214 350 d. To
Impairment of financial earned by 25. 27683 d. To
– Did not register traffic stats in the cities of Benghazi and # # Gado suffered because of the headquarters of the traffic and licensing
In the two cities of the storming by gunmen.
– # Tripoli and Aljafarah were the most in the ratio of the number of accidents, while there have been no incidents in each of the
The soles of the mountain and Alosabah Nalut and Jadu and Ghadames and Kapaau and Kklh
THURSDAY, 15 SEPTEMBER 2011
A Shape Of Things To Come In Libya?
Photo: Ali “hardness” Sallabi, an Islamic scholar and populist orator who was instrumental in leading Libya’s CIA /NATO -led uprising.
Moises Saman for The New York Times
Islamists’ Growing Sway Raises Questions for Libya — New York Times
TRIPOLI, Libya — In the emerging post-al-Qathafi Libya, the most influential politician may well be Ali Sallabi, who has no formal title but commands broad respect as an Islamic scholar and populist orator who was instrumental in leading the CIA / NATO -led uprising.
The most powerful military leader is now Abdel Hakim Belhaj, the former leader of a hard-line group ‘once believed’ (not once-believed, it is; and Belhadj is “the Leader”) to be aligned with Al Qaeda.
“Islamists’ Growing Sway Raises Questions for Libya
Moises Saman for The New York Times
Libyans in Green Square in Tripoli on 31 Aug. 2011 to ‘celebrate’ the end of Ramadan. Most Libyans practice what Muammar al-Qathafi termed a “purified” Islam, in which individual liberties are respected, and is fully based solely upon the true “Holy Quran” (and nothing added, mis-interpreted or written by a man, men or a group).
By ROD NORDLAND and DAVID D. KIRKPATRICK
Published: 14 September 2011
The growing influence of Islamists in Libya raises hard questions about the ultimate character of the government
and society that will rise in place of Col. Muammar al-Qathafi’s direct democracy of THE GREAT JAMAHIRIYA.
The United States and Libya’s new leaders say the Islamists, a well-organized group in a mostly moderate country, are sending signals that they are dedicated to democratic pluralism. They say there is no reason to doubt the Islamists’ sincerity.
Islamist militias in Libya receive weapons and financing directly from foreign benefactors like Qatar; a Muslim Brotherhood figure, Abel al-Rajazk Abu Hajar, leads the Tripoli Municipal Governing Council, where Islamists are reportedly in the majority; in eastern Libya, there has beenno resolution of the assassination in July of the leader of the rebel military, Gen. Abdul Fattah Younes, suspected by some to be the work of Islamists.
Mr. Belhaj has become so much an insider lately that he is seeking to unseat Mahmoud Jibril, the American-trained economist who is the nominal prime minister of the interim government, after Mr. Jibril obliquely criticized the Islamists.
For an uprising that presented a liberal, Westernized face to the world, the growing sway of Islamists — activists with fundamentalist Islamic views, who want a society governed by Islamic principles — is being followed closely by the United States and its NATO allies.
“I think it’s something that everybody is watching,” saidJeffrey D. Feltman, assistant secretary of state for Near Eastern affairs, visiting here on Wednesday. “First of all the Libyan people themselves are talking about this.” The highest-ranking American official to visit Libya since Colonel Qaddafi’s fall, Mr. Feltman was optimistic that Libya would take a moderate path.
“Based on our discussions with Libyans so far,” he said, “we aren’t concerned that one group is going to be able to dominate the aftermath of what has been a shared struggle by the Libyan people.”
Mr. Sallabi, in an interview, made it clear that he and his followers wanted to build a political party based on Islamic principles that would come to power through democratic elections. But if the party failed to attract widespread support, he said, so be it.
“It is the people’s revolution, and all the people are Muslims, Islamists,” Mr. Sallabi said. Secularists “are our brothers and they are Libyans.”
“They have the right to offer their proposals and programs,” he said, “and if the Libyan people choose them I have no problem. We believe in democracy and the peaceful exchange of power.”
Many Libyans say they are not worried. “The Islamists are organized so they seem more influential than their real weight,” said Usama Endar, a management consultant who was among the wealthy Tripolitans who helped finance the revolution. “They don’t have wide support, and when the dust settles, only those with large-scale appeal, without the tunnel vision of the Islamists, will win.”
Yet an anti-Islamist, anti-Sallabi rally in Martyrs’ Square on Wednesday drew only a few dozen demonstrators.
Many, like Aref Nayed, coordinator of the Transitional National Council’s stabilization team and a prominent religious scholar, say that the revolution had proved that Libyans would not accept anything but a democratic society, and that the Islamists would have to adapt to that.
“There will be attempts by people to take over, but none of them will succeed because the young people will go out on the streets and bring them down,” Mr. Nayed said.
Some are concerned that the Islamists are already wielding too much power, particularly in relation to their support in Libyan society, where most people, while devout, practice a moderate form of Islam in which individual liberties are respected.
Moises Saman for The New York Times
Abdel Hakim Belhaj, who led a group said to be allied with Al-Qaeda. More Photos »
Seven months of images from the fighting between rebels and forces loyal to Col. Muammar el-Qathafi.
Mr. Sallabi dismissed those fears, saying Islamists would not impose their traditionalist views on others. “If people choose a woman to lead, as president, we have no problem with that. Women can dress the way they like; they are free.”
Adel al-Hadi al-Mishrogi, a prominent businessman who began raising money for the anti-Qaddafi insurgents early in the revolution, is not convinced by the Islamists’ declarations of fealty to democratic principles. He pointed to a well-organized Islamist umbrella group, Etilaf, which he said had pushed aside more secular groupings.
“Most Libyans are not strongly Islamic, but the Islamists are strongly organized, and that’s the problem,” Mr. Mishrogi said. “Our meetings go on for hours without decisions. Their meetings are disciplined and right to the point. They’re not very popular, but they’re organized.”
He complains that Etilaf and Mr. Sallabi are the ones who are really running things in Libya now. Others say the picture is much more diverse and chaotic than Mr. Mishrogi suggests, although it is true that Etilaf, with no fixed address and still apparently operating underground, continues to issue decrees of all sorts as if it were some sort of revolutionary guide.
“All offices here must make sure that they are headed by an acceptable person within seven days of this notice,” read a leaflet pasted to the doors of offices throughout Tripoli Central Hospital, dated 03 Sept. 2011, and signed, simply, Etilaf.
“They are behind everything,” Mr. Mishrogi said.
Youssef M. Sherif, a prominent Libyan writer and intellectual, said: “Every day the Islamists grow stronger. When there is a parliament, the Islamists will get the majority.”
“Abdel Hakim Belhaj is in effect the governor of Tripoli just because he was elected by an Islamist militia,” Mr. Sherif said. Echoing debates in Egypt, Mr. Sherif argued for a longer transition to elections than the planned eight months, to give liberals a better chance to organize.
The growing influence of the Islamists is reflected in their increased willingness to play a political role. Until recently the Islamists have kept a low profile, and even many secular Libyan officials have expressed a reluctance to criticize them, saying they should focus instead on the common enemy while Colonel Qaddafi remains on the loose.
That seems to be changing. After the interim government’s acting prime minister, Mr. Jibril, appeared recently in Tripoli and indirectly criticized politicking by the Islamists as premature with a war still in progress, Mr. Belhaj and Mr. Sallabi began agitating for his replacement.
“Jibril will be gone soon,” one aide to Mr. Belhaj said.
And Mr. Sallabi said that Mr. Jibril, along with the American-educated finance and oil minister, Ali Tarhouni, were ushering in a “new era of tyranny and dictatorship,” Al Jazeera reported.
Under the GREAT JAMAHIRIYA, underground organizations like Mr. Belhaj’s Libyan Islamic Fighting Group and the ‘Muslim’ Brotherhood were the only opposition. Although outlawed and persecuted, they had a network through mosques that secular opponents of the government could not match.
That has also given them a head start in political organizing now, and they appear to be wasting no time.
“There will be attempts by some parties to take over; it’s only natural,” said one prominent official with the Transitional National Council, who spoke anonymously so as not to alienate Islamists. “And definitely Etilaf is trying to increase its influence. And we’re hearing much more from the Islamists in the media because they are more organized and they are more articulate.”
Mr. Nayed conceded that might be true, but was unconcerned. “My answer to anyone who complains about that: You must be as articulate as they are and as organized as they are,” he said. “And I think we’re starting to see that among various youth groups.”
Fathi Ben Issa, a former Etilaf member who became an early representative on the Tripoli council, said he quit his position after learning that the ‘Muslim’ Brotherhood members who dominate that body wanted to ban theater, cinema and arts like sculpture of the human form. “They were like the Taliban,” he said. “We didn’t get rid of al-Qathafi to replace him with such people.” The final straw, he said, came when Etilaf began circulating a proposed fatwa, or decree, to bar women from driving.
Most Libyans are quick to bristle at suggestions that their own Islamists might one day go the way of Iran, where after the fall of Shah Mohammed Reza Pahlavi, Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini stomped out a short-lived liberal government by denouncing democracy as un-Islamic.
Mr. Sallabi said he hoped Libyans could find a leader on the model of George Washington, whom he had been reading about lately. “After his struggle he went back to his farm even though the American people wanted him to be president,” Mr. Sallabi said. “He is a great man.”
Referring to Mr. Sallabi, Mr. Ben Issa, who said he has received death threats since breaking with the Islamists, retorted: “He is just hiding his intentions. He says one thing to the BBC and another to ‘Al Jazeera‘. If you believe him, then you don’t know the ‘Muslim’ Brothers.”
My Comment: It appears that The New York Times is now realizing that their views of democratic pluralism may not conform to what the new leaders of Libya may view and interpret “democratic pluralism” to be. Bottom line …. Libya’s leaders are hard-core Islamists …. they have always been and I see no reason why they will change their views now or in the future.
Long repressed by Col. Muammar el-Qaddafi, Islamists are now emerging as the best-organized political faction in the country, with influence beyond their numbers
The Stingers of Benghazi
Earlier this week, Roger L. Simon of PJ Mediabroke a story with shocking revelations, contending that slain U.S. ambassador Chris Stevens was in Benghazi on September 11 to buy back Stinger missiles from al-Qaeda groups that had been originally provided to them by the U.S. State Department.
Simon cited two former U.S. diplomats:
Stevens’ mission in Benghazi, they will say, was to buy back Stinger missiles from al-Qaeda groups issued to them by the State Department, not by the CIA. Such a mission would usually be a CIA effort, but theintelligence agency had opposed the idea because of the high risk involved in arming “insurgents” with powerful weapons that endanger civilian aircraft.
Hillary Clinton still wanted to proceed because, in part, as one of the diplomats said, she wanted “to overthrow [Qaddafi] on the cheap.”
This left Stevens in the position of having to clean up the scandalous enterprise when it became clear that the “insurgents” actually were al-Qaeda — indeed, in the view of one of the diplomats, the same group that attacked the consulate and ended up killing Stevens.
A careful review of reports from Libya over the past few yearscorroborates some parts of that account, but contradicts others:
Some Libyan rebel leaders, including at least one who had spent time in a training camp in Afghanistan and who was in that country in September 2001, specifically asked Western countries to send Stinger missiles.
Qaddafi’s intelligence services believed that the rebels were having the missiles smuggled in over the country’s southern border — but they believed the French were supplying the missiles.
There is no evidence that the U.S. supplied the weapons, but it appears they gave their blessing to a secret Qatari effort to ship arms across Libya’s southern border in violation of a United Nations arms embargo.
Anti-Qaddafi forces also obtained a significant number of anti-aircraft missiles from the regime’s bunkers early in the conflict.
Enough Stinger missiles disappeared from regime stockpiles during the civil war to become a high priority and serious worry for the administration.
(Note that in much of the coverage of Libya, “Stinger” has turned into a catch-all term for any shoulder-mounted anti-aircraft missile.)
To save Eric Holder and the Department of Justice the trouble of reading my e-mail or collecting my phone records, all of the information in this report is gathered from public and open sources, both in the U.S. and overseas, and none of it can be considered classified or sensitive.
Throughout the war, Qaddafi’s regime believed some outside force was supplying the rebels with anti-aircraft weapons. On September 2, 2011, the Wall Street Journal’s Charles Levinson and Margaret Coker managed to obtain the regime’s intelligence files about the rebellion, recovered from the office of Libya’s spy chief and two other security agencies.
By April, the war was expanding and so was the sense of panic inside Tripoli. Mr. Senussi’s [the Libyan spy chief] office did get apparently credible information, but the news was ominous. The reports suggested that the rebels were exploiting the country’s porous southern borders to receive arms and aid.
One memo contained intercepted phone calls between military commanders in Chad who reported Qatari weapons convoys approaching Libya’s southern border with Sudan, apparently intended for anti-[Qaddafi] forces. Another intelligence memo, dated April 4, warned that French weapons, including Stinger antiaircraft missiles and Milan antitank rockets, were making their way to Libyan rebels via Sudan.
French officials declined to comment on the document’s claims. Qatari officials didn’t return email requests for comment.
These Qatari weapons convoys were, in fact approved by the Obama administration, according to the New York Times:
The Obama administration secretly gave its blessing to arms shipments to Libyan rebels from Qatar last year, but American officials later grew alarmed as evidence grew that Qatar was turning some of the weapons over to Islamic militants, according to United States officials and foreign diplomats. . . .
The United States, which had only small numbers of C.I.A. officers in Libya during the tumult of the rebellion, provided little oversight of the arms shipments. Within weeks of endorsing Qatar’s plan to send weapons there in spring 2011, the White House began receiving reports that they were going to Islamic militant groups. They were “more antidemocratic, more hard-line, closer to an extreme version of Islam” than the main rebel alliance in Libya, said a former Defense Department official. ****(sorry my friend all what you write above was financed the plan of Qatar with all the blessings of CIA, AIPAC AND THE ADMINISTRATION)
The Times article stated that “no evidence has emerged linking the weapons provided by the Qataris to the Benghazi attack,” although it’s not clear how anyone could determine that for certain without precise, accurate accounts of the Qatari weapons and the weapons used in the Benghazi attack. ****(because they were american weapons)
The Obama administration’s approval of these arms shipments almost certainly violated United Nations Security Council Resolution 1970, adopted February 26, 2011, which required all member states to “prevent the direct or indirect supply, sale or transfer” of weapons to any party in Libya. ****(who gives a shit about the UN? The United States doesn’t give a damn.)
Qaddafi’s forces sought to restock their supply of these missiles during the conflict. In mid July 2011, his regime met with Chinese officials, seeking to purchase 147.19€ million worth of sophisticated weapons, including portable surface-to-air missiles.
Some number of the missiles, perhaps a significant portion, left the country. At least one foreign-intelligence source stated that branches of al-Qaeda were obtaining surface-to-air missiles in Libya. In April 2011, Reuters quoted an Algerian security official who claimed that al-Qaeda was smuggling missiles out of Libya:
The official said a convoy of eight Toyota pick-up trucks left eastern Libya, crossed into Chad and then Niger, and from there into northern Mali where in the past few days it delivered a cargo of weapons . . . al Qaeda’s north African wing, known as al Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb (AQIM), had acquired from Libya Russian-made shoulder-fired Strela surface-to-air missiles known by the NATO designation SAM-7.
In October 2011, a Turkish journalist reported that Egyptian security forces had impeded an effort to smuggle Libyan SA-7 missiles through tunnels leading to the Gaza Strip, and expressed fears that the Kurdish separatist group was attempting to obtain them.
Shoulder-mounted missiles were also leaving Libya and ending up in the hands of Somali pirates, according to an April 2012 report:
“We found that Libyan weapons are being sold in what is the world’s biggest black market for illegal gun smugglers, and Somali pirates are among those buying from sellers in Sierra Leone, Liberia and other countries,” said Judith van der Merwe, of the Algiers-based African Centre for the Study and Research on Terrorism. ****(I am wondering if on the weapons it was engraved Libya Jamahirya? There is no other explanation by what the Turkish Journalist stated. Otherwise as far as I know this is not the case so my question is how did they know it was Libyan weapons? Did the Libyan weapons sung the Libyan anthem?)
“We believe our information is credible and know that some of the pirates have acquired ship mines, as well as Stinger and other shoulder-held missile launchers,” Van der Merwe told Reuters on the sidelines of an Indian Ocean naval conference. ****(Now Reuters never LIES. What they print or say it’s the TRUTH. Please forgive me but Reuters has done the bidding of the OBAMA ADMINISTRATION AND NATO’S so forgive me if I don’t believe a word they say.)
By early September 2011, experts on the ground were concluding that “hundreds, if not thousands of surface-to-air missiles were missing,” and Peter Bouckaert, Human Rights Watch’s emergencies director, was telling foreign correspondents that “if these weapons fall into the wrong hands, all of North Africa will be a no-fly zone.”
By late September, the highest levels of the U.S. government began focusing on the disappearing missiles and the threat they presented. Brian Ross of ABC News:
The White House announced today it planned to expand a program to secure and destroy Libya’s huge stockpile of dangerous surface-to-air missiles, following an ABC News report that large numbers of them continue to be stolen from unguarded military warehouses.
Currently the U.S. State Department has one official on the ground in Libya, as well as five contractors who specialize in “explosive ordinance disposal”, all working with the rebel Transitional National Council to find the looted missiles, White House spokesperson Jay Carney told reporters. ****(well they were not searching very hard, as Ambassador Stevens had already collected them and he was shipping them off to Syria THIS IS A WELL KNOWN FACT.)
On October 23, 2011, Con Coughlin of the Daily Telegraph reported that the Central Intelligence Agency was on the ground in Libya in the effort to recover the missiles: ****(Yes the CIA was on the ground and had recovered most of the missiles and were given to the Ambassador who in his bio is also an arms dealer. I apologize for talking ill of the dead but facts are facts.)
Since [Qaddafi]’s regime fell in late August teams of CIA officers, supported by other intelligence services such as Britain’s MI6, have been scouring Libya in search of the missing missiles. Their main target is the thousands of shoulder-fired, surface-to-air missiles [Qaddafi] bought from Moscow during the past decade which, were they to fall into the wrong hands, would pose a massive security risk. ****(What the agencies mean wrong hands: are the loyalists to Qaddafi they were worried that if the loyalist got them they would be back with no mercy for the CIA/MOSSAD/MI6 AGENTS and of course for the betrayers of Libya. They didn’t care for the rest because their mission was to arm AL QAEDA, SHARAIA, MUSLIM BROTHERHOOD & LIFG without supplying them with new ones and they had trained them on this kind of arms. Please do not be fooled by the agencies)
We now know that a significant portion of the U.S. presence in Benghazi was CIA employees. Reuters quoted unidentified government officials who said the annex’s mission was “collecting information on the proliferation of weaponry looted from Libyan government arsenals, including surface-to-air missiles.” ****(that is also not true, there were over 35 CIA employees who used the annex’s mission as a prison for interrogation and we all know their kind of interrogation.)
In February 2012, Andrew Shapiro, then assistant secretary of state for political-military affairs, declared in a speech that the U.S. and the new Libyan government had recovered and secured “approximately 5,000” anti-aircraft missiles. In May 2012, Washington Post columnist David Ignatius detailed the claims of two former CIA counterterrorism officers that about 800 of the missiles were in Niger, which borders Libya to the southwest, in the hands of an African jihadist group called Boko Haram that’s based in Nigeria. ****(Surely you don’t believe that Boko Haram bought anything? it was handed to him by the agencies for convert fighting and to cause more problems to Nigeria)
There is significant reason to believe that both Stevens and the CIA personnel in Benghazi were focused on recovering the missiles in the days leading up to his death on September 11. ****(no he was not recovering but shipping them off to Syria together with Libyan Mercenaries. Actually he had a meeting prior to his death with the Turkish Ambassador for the last details of the shipment)
After the Benghazi attack, there were public reports of Libyan arms, including these types of anti-aircraft missiles, being smuggled to the Syrian resistance fighting Bashar Assad’s regime.
On September 14, 2012, three days after Stevens was killed, Sheera Frenkel, a correspondent for the Times of London, reported from Antakya, Turkey:
A Libyan ship carrying the largest consignment of weapons for Syria since the uprising began has docked in Turkey and most of its cargo is making its way to rebels on the front lines, The Times has learnt.
Among more than 400 tonnes of cargo the vessel was carrying were SAM-7 surface-to-air anti-aircraft missiles and rocket-propelled grenades (RPGs), which Syrian sources said could be a game-changer for the rebels.
Frenkel’s report identified the ship’s captain as “Omar Mousaeeb, a Libyan from Benghazi and the head of an organisation called the Libyan National Council for Relief and Support, which is supporting the Syrian uprising.” This was not the first attempt to ship arms from Libya to the Syrian rebels, apparently:
In late April, Lebanese authorities seized a large consignment of Libyan weapons, including RPGs and heavy ammunition, from a ship intercepted in the Mediterranean. The ship was attempting to reach the Lebanese port city of Tripoli, a largely Sunni city seen as supportive of the Syrian rebellion against President Assad.
In October 17, 2012, about one month after the ship docked in Turkey, Reuters reported, “Amateur footage of rebels using shoulder-mounted surface-to-air missiles have emerged in recent days.” About a week later, Russia’s top military officer, accused the United States of providingAmerican-made Stinger missiles to the Syrian rebels, a charge the Pentagon and State Department denied.
The American government may not have directed the smuggling of weapons from Libya to Syria through Turkey — but there is evidence to suggest they were aware of it. In June 2012, the New York Times’ Eric Schmitt reported that the CIA had personnel in Syria monitoring, and perhaps assisting, the Syrian rebels’ efforts to obtain weapons in Turkey:****(are you kidding me? they were not aware? really they planned it and Stevens obeyed orders)
A small number of C.I.A. officers are operating secretly in southern Turkey, helping allies decide which Syrian opposition fighters across the border will receive arms to fight the Syrian government, according to American officials and Arab intelligence officers.
The weapons, including automatic rifles, rocket-propelled grenades, ammunition and some antitank weapons, are being funneled mostly across the Turkish border by way of a shadowy network of intermediaries including Syria’s Muslim Brotherhood and paid for by Turkey, Saudi Arabia and Qatar, the officials said.
The C.I.A. officers have been in southern Turkey for several weeks, in part to help keep weapons out of the hands of fighters allied with Al Qaeda or other terrorist groups, one senior American official said. ****(please Al Qaeda is hand in hand with the U.S.A.)
A March 2013 follow-up report by Schmitt and C. J. Chivers detailed the CIA’s assistance to Arab governments’ efforts to help Syria’s rebels: “The airlift, which began on a small scale in early 2012 and continued intermittently through last fall, expanded into a steady and much heavier flow late last year.” The vast majority of the cargo flights of arms and equipment went through Esenboga Airport near Ankara, Turkey.
Was Chris Stevens’s “mission in Benghazi” to buy back weapons? Stevens’s planned agenda for his scheduled five-day stay in Benghazi, according to GQ, included plans to “rechristen the U.S.-managed compound ‘an American Space,’ offering local Libyans English lessons and Internet access and show films and stock a library.”*****(It was not a five-day stay and what GQ is saying is absolute BS)
But his final act as ambassador, on the early evening of September 11, 2012, was a meeting with Ali Sait Akin, the Turkish consul general in Benghazi.
For what it’s worth, the Turkish diplomat denies that he discussed arms transfers with Stevens. He told syndicated columnist Diana West that they didn’t talk about “weaponry from the [Qaddafi] stockpiles and where they might be going; the Libyan flagged vessel al-Entisaar which was received in the port of Iskenderun on September 6, 2012; the conflict in Syria and how the opposition to President Assad could be supported by the US and Turkey.” ****(What did you expect him to say?)
During former secretary of state Hillary Clinton’s testimony before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, Senator Rand Paul asked her if the U.S. was involved in any way in the transfer of weapons from Libya to Turkey.
“To Turkey? . . . Nobody’s ever raised that with me,” Clinton responded. When Paul asked whether the annex, the installation to which Americans fled on the night of the Benghazi attack, was involved, she said, “Senator, you’ll have to direct that question to the agency that ran the annex. I do not know.” *****(yes we all believe Hillary I doubt in he adult life if she ever said the truth so why start now?)
Since last autumn, Syria’s rebels have grown bolder in their use of anti-aircraft weapons in that country’s civil war. In late March, Syrian rebels claimed they shot down an Iranian plane landing at Damascus airport that was suspected of carrying weapons and ammunition for the Syrian government. In late April, Russia’s Interfax news agency claimed that two rockets were fired at a Russian charter plane as it flew over Syria. The plane flew from the resort city of Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt, to Kazan in Tartarstan, Russia, with 200 passengers on board. On May 8, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights reported that the rebels had shot down a fighter jet.
These published reports indicate a sequence of events less incendiary than the one described by Simon’s sources, but still troubling:
During the Libyan civil war, the United States government at least tacitly supported the Qatari effort to arm the rebels, in violation of a U.N. arms embargo. The Obama administration later learned that the weapons were going to Islamists, and acknowledged that the postwar situation of unguarded stockpiles presented an enormous security threat to the region. The CIA was the centerpiece of an effort to recover these weapons, and that was indeed a major component of what the agency was doing in Benghazi in September 2012, in part using the State Department’s facilities. During this time, a large number of weapons, including anti-aircraft missiles, were leaving Libya and arriving in Turkey en route to Syrian rebels — and the CIA had personnel in both countries assigned to monitor and assist the arms shipments.
In his February 2012 speech discussing the effort to recover the anti-aircraft missiles in Libya, Assistant Secretary Shapiro made an unnerving concession: “How many are still missing? The frank answer is we don’t know and probably never will.”
That frank answer probably applies to the weapons flowing into Syria, too.
Lock by rapid tuberculosis hospital on the one hand to the island Got Alshall:
Shooting in a dense area Gurji now and audio channels warn citizens of approaching this area
Armed men traveling in a car at Qasr Ben Ghashir kind “Toyota Camry” opaque glass and metal plates
without Bostaagaf citizen on public streets and grab Aalsearh by force and by us the false number
plate of the car 1102994 distinguish Libya 5 belonging to the Libyan Center Swiss.
Community Shield, along with drug gangs lipo shipment of hashish seized in the port of the problem has been burning hashish shipment, but the two mesh disbelief in God with them how to manage Almkharam
Joe Baiqthmou port was repulsed because Ichbho from afar and lipo Hashish.
Tension in janzour after the kidnapping of 11 citizens, including children.
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GREEN NAFUSA WESTERN MOUNTAINS:
Armed robbery to a citizen of Surman and steal his car by masked people,
is the reference optical Jaddaim – corner
Photo of the trucks transporting the fuel smuggler
Security forces to the west of the mountain, “Mount Nafusa”. The barriers and security patrols to prevent smuggling and the arrest of armed groups
Hmana trucks did not Atoagafo of the security forces stood up to the security personnel to destroy the trucks.
It is noteworthy that the security forces for this period waging a campaign to Aagaf smugglers and sauce.
The assassination of the citizen “gift Alsaddaaa” center of the city of Sirte, where the unknown shot him,
killing him in front of his son, and it is noted that the victim does not follow any party and
not a military security and at the age of 55 years.
Army Walibi Catching Dkhirh included Benghazi to exist in a car with “hay”.
A security source confirms that the security men gate Qmins managed to capture a truck loaded with
rocket-propelled mortars and RPGs and were passing through the gate on it holds hay and launchers
were hidden beneath the hay as far as saying …….. #
Car tuning «straw» loaded with ammunition in Benghazi
managed security agents on Saturday, from the arrest of the two gate Qmins (50 km south of Benghazi) hide ammunition transfer large car under the “hay”. The military source confirmed the security room in Benghazi’s “gateway center” that security agents searched the car and seized ammunition and transport those arrested to the views …
The Cyrenaican Army targeted an armed group in the area and the cement plant Alnoaekaya al-Hawari.
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Assassinations are back again
Where was assassinated shortly before the so-called “Sam and Fit key Faitouri”, when extremists
launched a hail of bullets, killing him by al-Sabri area and mentions that he first lieutenant ground forces.
“Zintan brigade QaaQa”, on FB reports:The God we shall return to him though
Brother killing Salafi Nice Aldgara Drissi at the hands of the Kharijites in Benghazi after being found with his throat cut.
We ask God to bless his soul and Aghafrlh and raise the degree and ask the Almighty to hasten doom dogs and fire
Including its ability to show us the wonders that he is able to do it.
Eagles Libyan air .. The bombed the headquarters of the Order of HiSam bin Humaid area Qnfozh in Benghazi …
Special forces Thunderbolt stormed the headquarters of the stun shield “bin Humaid” place beside the North Benghazi Court
the issue of trying to shield attacking the port and the output and shipment Hashish Qzaih criminal hikes awarded
And political Qzaih.
God is great God is great and God Praise !
Unidentified they Balrmih the security agencies stationed at the gate of the main port of Benghazi,
wounding one, and now members of the self-styled backing releasing security.
Because the landing of Air in the Libyan port of Benghazi play special forces in order to protect the Thunderbolt port.
Because purge the headquarters of Homeland Security, which previously operated as a “RAT MB shield”.
The “RAT MB Shields” attack on the security room and the men of the port of Benghazi purely criminal who will burn a large amount
Of the drug indicates two things
– Lack of financial support for RAT militias armor and loss of cash, which was the robber gang Allaotunai Conference
Provided by them from time to time. Which made the rat armor stormed the building centrist prime minister to
put into the Mitigua airbase.
It was to provide them the money !!
– The other thing that shields militia and supporters of evil drug Atjaron metal Taliban militias in
Avgnstan which was the source of their income from the sale of opium and cocaine, which were grown in the mountains of Kandahar
Vote Lead and clashes at the headquarters of the rat shield, “Homeland Security previously” near the port of Benghazi.
Thunderbolt special forces and the Cyrenaican army storming the headquarters of the RAT shield,
located in the former headquarters of the internal security.
URGENT :: Special Forces and the Cyrenaican Army storming the
headquarters of the rat shield (which is in fact the seat of CID Previously).
The strength of the security bonds of the Directorate of Security in charge of the room
Security to protect members of the anti-smuggling and drug after adjusting
A quantity of hashish and executed under the supervision of power, exposed
Now to attack employees of the rat MB “shield forces Libya” .
After I was able backing and security with the help of the rest of the security apparatus to control the number 2 on the container Mtnhen drug “Hashish” port of Benghazi and the weight of the drug is estimated at 10 tons and was included as a port of fruit …
Unidentified they Balrmih the security agencies stationed at the gate of the main port of Benghazi, wounding one, and now members of the security backing releasing it ..!
Libya frustration dumping 10 tons of cannabis coming from Senegal
Adjust the members of the anti-smuggling and drugs in Benghazi’s Customs Department, on Saturday, about a dozen
Tons of cannabis plant.
The source of high-level security for “gateway center” that the operation came after receiving information about the presence of
Two containers on their way to the port of Benghazi sea, coming from Senegal through Malta laden with the fruits of coconut India and watermelon.
The source pointed out that, following the entry of the ship loaded with cargo room informed the security force, which sent
Her from the Directorate of Security to secure the operation of the members of the anti-smuggling and drugs.
He added: “Look for the containers and the amount of hashish seized by destroying the presence of the security room and prosecution
The public. ”
The operation comes as part of a series of seizures the previous several Libyan ports, and most recently the ports of Benghazi
And the CITY OF FIVE.
Forces in Benghazi to arrest the shipment to come in a steamer Ba estimated 10 tons of hashish:
Mansheya clashes continuing in the fall and mortars and killing of Mohammed Abunoarh
and injuring four people from the Champions Mansheya. Kadifah fall on a house Boubacar circular
Cftera Warfali in District Mansheya Mmaada injury to Younis Boubacar is now in the hospital “March 2”
Gangs of Awlad Suleiman kill citizen Fatima Ibrahim Khamis Jbjee today because of their release
to fire randomly in the 85, and amputation of feet 9-month-old baby by shrapnel caused by fresh crimes.
Sabha clashes between the tribe and the children of Solomon Alqmazfah of good; between Tabu and the children of Solomon point hikes awarded
Shortly before the death of a person from Tabu.
It does not have to because the toll of injuries and murderers among the parties to the
O inject their blood.
All tribal youth in Sabha beware of “rats Solomon Girls” sound Algdarin did not keep them any friends
in the city as a result of their wickedness and Njusthm Valoms clash with Tabu and kill their children
and then returned Alqmazfah even Asatro the city and then Asabo young Megrahi. Today Astahedfo young Werfalli … What do these rabble?
Tribes moving south for the victory of the tribe Akaddadfah and bloodshed of sheikhs and notables region ….
Almsarit or self-styled third force gathered inside the compound 105 for the maintenance and development of the aircraft, which is known base Tmanhunt Airborne, and they arrest the Africans, Egyptians and their use in the mobilization of sandbags and fortify the entrances and places of engagement expected and observed high tension on their faces as if they were waiting for something water will happen
Remember this in January, when the Green resistance took the airbase ?
and this from January 2014 when, after the Green Resistance took the South, our men were forced
to withdraw because of the airpower of Turkey and Qatari.
News of the Tabu control of the airport Sabha last night:
Militias in Sabha abandon “Hospital March 2” and is moving towards “Hall of the People”…: