Mu blocking the Sunlight from hitting his eyes




Saadi al-Gaddafi says, during an
Investigation, that my father and my brother both are alive; 

and this revives panic in Misurata.


Mcharkh mn brid el-Safhh:

Glory and eternity to our martyrs
Glory and eternity to the Libyan Army this great army which came to them in terms of Aihzbon.
al-Magdoalkhlod to the noble tribes.
al-Magdoalkhlod each Liberal everywhere along the soil of the beloved Great Jamahiriya.
Glory and eternity to our flag green.
Glory and eternity to Hraúrna noble black Mnjbat and sisters.
Glory and eternity for the maker glory Leader Muammar al-Qathafi code.
God is great and glory to Libya.
Forward to Arjua !
(The rebellious son of the south steadfast)


المجد والخلود لشهداءنا الابرار
المجد والخلود للجيش الليبي العظيم هذا الجيش الذي خرج لهم من حيث لايحتسبون.
المجدوالخلود لقبائلنا الشريفة.
المجدوالخلود لكل الاحرار في كل مكان على امتداد تراب جماهيريتنا الحبيبة
المجد والخلود لرايتنا الخضراء
المجد والخلود لحرائرنا الماجدات منجبات الاسود واخواتهم .
المجد والخلود لصانع الامجاد القائد الرمز معمر القذافي .
الله اكبر والمجد لليبيا
الى الامام لارجوع
الثائر ابن الجنوب الصامد


Mu’ammar al-Qathafi at his open sunroof, with his Amazon guard, the late Aischa:

Saadi al-Gaddafi says, during an
Investigation, that ‘my father and my brother both are alive’;

and this revives panic in Misurata.

أســــــــــــود المـــــقاومــــــة الـلـيـــبــيـــة

ﺍﻟﺴﺎﻋﺪﻱ ﻣﻌﻤﺮ ﺍﻟﻘﺬﺍﻓﻲ ﻳﻘﻮﻝ ﻣﻦ ﺳﺎﻋﺎﺕ ﻓﻲ ﻣﺼﺮﺍﺗﻪ ﺍﺛﻨﺎﺀ
ﺗﺤﻘﻴﻖ ﻣﻌﻪ ﺍﻥ ﺍﺑﻲ ﻭﺍﺧﻲ ﺍﺣﻴﺎﺀ ﻭﻣﺼﺮﺍﺗﻪ ﺍﻻﻥ ﻓﻲ ﺣﺎﻟﺔ ﻫﻠﻊ….!

“فارس ورجال”

Mu giving a lecture and thinking


“Profit from oil production in the country should be referred directly to its citizens. The companies should reconsider a new, democratic way.

Money now allocated for education, will be spent much better, if would be handed out directly to parents. Put the money in your pocket, and train your children as YOU prefer- (and, the responsibility will fall on YOU)…

As long as the money is not spent through a Government agency, there will not be theft and corruption.”

Mu reasoning

(Mu’ammar al-Qathafi)




Hamidi spared Tunisian foreign minister, told the website “Africa”:

the latest developments in the areas adjacent to the Libyan common border

with Tunisia may force us to close the border.





“Zintan brigade Qaqaa”:
Kilos armed forces separating the crossing overland head Igdir.

Pray for the Armed Forces.


Alert the security and military units near the Tunisian side of

Ras JEDIR /Ras Ijdir al-Hdodi crossing,

with the arrival of Tunisian Minister of Defense at the crossing this morning,

where conditions are generally lose.

This alert came as a deadline for militias and terrorists to end. There was an immediate withdrawal of Brotherhood militias afterwards at the crossing.




Travelers heading to the top of the ‘Brotherhood’ Ras Worthy border crossing,

TAKE  caution when passing from area of Zaltan because of violent clashes in the region.

(“Knight and Men”)

It is noteworthy that ‘dignity process’ led by retired Major General Khalifa Hftar forces, recently announced the deadline for 24 hours before the troops, “Dawn Libya”  are to deliver the head of RAS WORTHY border crossing with Tunisia.

Mohammed el-Hassy (Hijazi) SPOKEMAN:

our strikes intensified air and we will capture Ras Worthy head soon  07 DECEMBER 2014 Said spokesman for the ‘dignity process’ in Libya, Mohammed el-Hassy (Hijazi), that the Air Force is intensifying strikes on all gatherings and places used by “terrorist groups” in the arms and ammunition storage, pointing out that the strikes rate increased almost a week ago from 7 to 10 air strikes in the day, in order to corridors and open spaces to provide the Libyan army.

 Mohammed el-Hassy (Hijazi) predicted in a statement that Ras Worthy head crossing will soon be under control, stressing that the ‘Western Region operations room’ that gave the 24-hour deadline to vacate worth wild head port with Tunisia, and that there is no vision for the extension if no evacuation and delivery. He added that these groups (in reference to forces ‘Dawn Libya’) can not give up on the crossing because it is the only lifeline, and that the army units will resume overflights of progress in the direction of the crossing. The spokesman explained that the targeted areas are “open areas” and there by residents of many, and the western region operations room gave an opportunity for residents to leave their homes since the start of air operations, and expected that the battle is resolved in a few days.


Libyan Airforce Warplanes bombed sites in al-Ash on the border of Tunisia and Libya.





Dr. Abdul Hamid Cndolee‘s black in Libya in the event caught the battles in Tripoli, there will be a catastrophe

Interview with writer and political analyst Dr Abdul Hamid Cndolee.

Interview: Nawaf Ibrahim.

Close all branches of the Bank of the Republic in the capital Tripoli

after news of the kidnapping of the bank staff management at the

hands of militias Roma Libya, which occupies the capital Tripoli


Intensive movement of two ambulances carrying wound ‘Roma Libya’

into hospital of the CORNER.

Convert a number of wounded ‘Roma Libya’ from the corner to the hospital of Tripoli

due to the large and serious cases.

A distress call from Doctors Hospital after a large corner of the proceeds to the wounded at the front of Bear sheep and other fronts in the western region and the call for the purchase of equipment for hospital.

Picture of congestion in the hospital of the corner due to reach a large number of wounded ‘Roma Libya’:

Oooooooonaba killed KILANI KEY,  the brother of the late Mohammad Kilani at the hands

of the tribal Army forces in the south of the center of the corner.
Inventory killing field commander (Kilani key) and eight others, a large number of injuries as a result of armed clashes south of the city corner.

Image Inventory (Kilani key) brother Mohammed Kilani,

who was killed in the southern area of the city of battles of corner:

The names of the dead members of the Roma Melcaat Libya 

Jarden killed from the inside corner illusion and insude the Hospital

_1 Essam Toumi,


_2 Fathi Moussa

Inventory killed ‘Fathi Arab Moussa’ (see picture) who followed terrorist Abu Obeida angular militias in the southern corner in battles.

3. Ala Romaih
4. Abdullah Mohammed Naseer
5. Isam Mohammed Toumi incident
6. Omar al-Bashir Ghwell
7. Abdul Rahman Mustafa Latif
8. Salem Abdullah Ghwell
9. Sam Abdullah Omar Moussa

10. Ashraf Nouri Hliq

This is in addition to more than 30 wounded.



Provide for tribal forces towards Bir Tervas, away from the corner area 15 km.

‘Roma Libya militias’ rally to area Bir Tervas, which is  15 kilometers south of the city of Al-Zawaahi-bad.

The progress tribal forces axis at  Hlgozh and retreat of Melcaat there and now clashes with

the parties to the Northern region of  Grb tarabuls (TRIPOLI).



“ZERO HOUR” on FB, reports:

the Militia of Akkila Gneoh (MAHDI el-HARRATINE) has made ‘cold revenge’

by killing two of the el-Messallati family; and Aiit in care has Akilla Gneoh (MAHDI el-Harratine) group attacking the women in the house el-Messallati. ..

(Yes freed and liberated homeland)

An ‘armed group tracking Melcaat Roma Libya’ abducting adviser at the General Company for Electricity (Muawiyah Gasheer) in front of a mosque of Mazran.


Shooting voices heard in the vicinity of Ain Zara plateau.






Very heavy fighting in BIR SHEEP, and killed Ghwell Omar al-Bashir

and Abdullah Salem Goel.


3 dead, 7 wounded in the ranks of the Roma Libya, at  axis of Bir al-GHANAM, in  battles.

(PICTURE shows our Army soldiers praying)

Inventory killed ‘Ala Romaih’, one of the employees ‘Melcaat Roma Libya’

at the center of battles of  Bir a-Ghanam.


A dispute over a piece of land between Kikla and Mslaty al-Kikla resulted

in the killing and wounding another in the leg.






A state of shock and fear in Sabratha and shoot-out of an
Insane inmate at Sabratha Teaching Hospital ,

in the air with heavy weapons; and as a result , there are a large number of dead.

Here are some names of families of the dead ...
_1 Dead family Krnav
-2 Dead Bodbus family
-3 Dead family molar Gharabli
-4 Dead Capricorn family
-5 Dead family Rashid
-6 Dead Samida family
-7 Dead Mrsat family
The outcome of the death toll is not final ..
The wounded were:
2 injured family Ayb
1 wounded family Blaau
The numbers are still coming in to Sabratha Teaching Hospital,

as well as to the teaching hospital corner.

(reported by “Resistor son Zliten”)



The arrival of 15 armed vehicle belonging to the Brotherhood militia of Nalut,

to the city of Sabratha, to support ‘Melcaat Roma Libya’

which are stationed south of the city.

Libyan airforce aerial bombardment South of  Sabratha



Libyan airforce Warplanes targeting the concentration of Roma Libya militias
and the former headquarters of the central support center sites
forest Ashahub West Zaltan City.

Violent clashes Ashahub forest west of Zaltan,

between tribal forces and militias Roma Libya


The killing of inventory ‘Sam Abdullah Musa’, one of the militia leaders

of the Brotherhood Western Shield at  Abu Assa City.


Pediculus clashes on the outskirts of the area Ibokmash,

between the tribes with the  Army forces, and militias ‘Roma Libya‘.
 A partial retreat of the ROMA LIBYA militia after they are bombed by the Air Force.

The destruction of four armed vehicles belonging to the BROTHERHOOD ‘militia shield Aloeschy’,

and an aerial attack upon their convoy consisting of 40 armed vehicles

and Grad two vehicles, after it arrived overnight into the camp area of Ibokmash,

and then was heading to another power crossing at  RAS JEDIR (Ras Igdir).

Misurata militias patrolling the river through the sealer al-Chuirv

and at the intersection of Sih rationalization

and set several inspection gates hope of Liberal be steep

Publishing Aarvaq widely please.


 dirty MISURATA:

We received Oooanaba uncertain after hearing the powerful

explosions are now within the city of Misratah.


Army statement 07 DEC. 2014 on MISURATA

Libyan Air Force commander Brigadier Saqr Jeroshi
Spotted heavily loaded ships with ammo and weaponry 

in the port of Misrata from Turkey.





Military convoy out of the city of MISURATA towards the city of Sirte:

Please take caution.

(“Knight and Men”)

Libya militias Roma graduated tanks and armed vehicles

on the turnover of Sirte Bohadi (QSR ABU HADI) Island.




Of Eyea hhat:
An acute shortage of Propane gas for cooking in  the city of Cyrene,

in eastern Libya cylinders.





Daash terrorist organization sends reinforcements of fighters in the city of Benghazi .

(THIS HAS BEEN CONTINUOUS, as I before mentioned. They drop them in by parachute,

or land them from the Mediterannean as ‘frogmen’, and other devious undetected means !)

Daash organization sends reinforcements to Matlih in Benghazi


Libyan airforce Warplanes bombed sites of Tnzim al-Vaadh in Rulrhh and Garyounes.

Clashes between spin Boutrq al-Nehr Tnzim al-Hadh,  and the Army Hftar forces,

after trying to bring Tnzim al-Hadh out of their area dwellings.


In another context, Mohammed el-Hassy (Hijazi) said that there is normal life in the city of Benghazi, and that 95% of the city is under the control of the national army, adding that what remains is the battle of al-Sabri area only, and specifically  the “Whale market.”

“The region under siege from four directions, and to control them will be free Benghazi from terrorist groups,” expected to happen within days.

Bombing al-Sabri area and Souk al-Ihut heavy artillery (al-Hauser) from several directions.

 Benghazi Medical center hit by WAHABI DAASH Morter Rounds

Mortar rounds at the Department of Hematology at the Benghazi Medical Center

Mortar rounds at the Department of Hematology at the Benghazi Medical Center.

shelling caused a fire and 25 people within suffered from smoke suffocation.

Video of the bombings carried out by al-Qaeda to police stations and camps in Benghazi

Gunmen kidnap named (Badri) Gulf oil consultant company,

and request the kidnappers a ransom and a half million Libyan dinars to release him.
Lahey freedom Jatkm O rebels Bernard Levy.

 4:31 Libyan special forces Thunderbolt





Air Force bombed sites for Tnzim al-Hadh near the city of Derna.

‘Zero hour’, on FB, reports and comments:

Time magazine said that assurances US general high and there is an al-Daash in eastern Libya, training camps, shed light on the source of growing concern in the Middle East is the erosion of the state of Libya and its consequences on both the Libyans and the wider region, with the armed WAHABI militias filling the void.
“Daash American industry, why skate on thin ice.”


Body Found activist (Mohammed cuneiform) a month after he was kidnapped.

This is something good:
Today and through the elements of calculation of the so-called

‘Islamic state in the city of Derna’

distribution Aamarat closure of all cafes and shops selling tobacco and smoke

in the city’s history from the Sea Week.
(Good Jay O our people in Derna)







Found a baby in the garbage dump
There is no power but in ALLAH !




Kidnapped director LTT company Hedda morning today by unknown.


The spread of foot and mouth disease in the town of Kufra, causing the deaths of nearly 50 heads of sheep.




Lied al-Ksorh, Rather yapping their channel (news)

God rest his soul, Ibrahim Dou Gaddafi, dead in Jordan since the time, due to illness and was held in Motmh Cairo (because his family was displaced) …

(* Militant Arabism *)

كذب ‫#‏القساورة‬ وبالاحرى قناتهم النبح ( النبأ )

رحمة الله عليه ابراهيم ضو القذافي متوفي في ‫#‏الاردن‬ منذ مدة بسبب وعكة صحية واقيم مأتمه في ‫#‏القاهرة‬بسبب ان عائلته مهجرة



U.S. Transfers 6 Guantánamo Detainees to UruguayNYTimes.com

U.S. Transfers 6 Guantánamo Detainees to Uruguay


The United States transferred six detainees from the Guantánamo Bay prison to Uruguay this weekend, the Defense Department announced early Sunday. It was the largest single group of inmates to depart the wartime prison in Cuba since 2009, and the first of the detainees to be resettled in South America.

Syrian from Guantanamo to Uraguay
The transfer included a Syrian man who has been on a prolonged hunger strike to protest his indefinite detention without trial, and who has brought a high-profile lawsuit to challenge the military’s procedures for force-feeding him. His release may moot most of that case, although a dispute over whether videotapes of the procedure must be disclosed to the public is expected to continue.
The transfer was also notable because the deal has been publicly known since it was finalized last spring. Significantly, however, bureaucratic delays by Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel in signing off on the arrangement placed it in jeopardy. Mr. Hagel’s slow pace this year in approving proposed transfers of low-level detainees contributed to larger tensions with the White House before his resignation under pressure last month.

Although President Obama vowed in 2013 to revive his efforts to close the prison, the military had transferred just one low-level detainee in the first 10 months of this year. That transfer occurred in March. But the bureaucratic logjam appears to be clearing: since November, it has now transferred 13 more. Still, even if the military were to transfer all the other detainees recommended for such a move, some 69 detainees would remain. They are either facing charges before a military commission or are deemed untriable but too dangerous to release.

The Obama administration hopes that if it can shrink the inmate population to two digits, Congress will revoke a law that bars the transfer of detainees into the United States. It would be far cheaper for taxpayers to house the inmates on domestic soil, and the White House argues that closing Guantánamo would eliminate a propaganda symbol for terrorists to use against the country. But Republican lawmakers remain hostile to that plan. They argue that housing wartime prisoners on domestic soil so would increase risks of terrorist attacks inside the United States.

Each of the six detainees had long been recommended for release if the receiving country could meet security conditions, but they remained at Guantánamo because they come from home countries with troubled security conditions. Earlier this year, Uruguay’s president, Jose Mujica, had offered to take them in, and the deal was ready to go in March.

But Mr. Hagel waited until July to notify Congress that he was approving the deal. The following month, when the United States sent a plane to Guantánamo to bring the men out, Mr. Mujica balked, preferring to avoid the media spectacle of their arrival in the middle of an election campaign to choose his successor.

Then, Uruguay’s presidential election went into a runoff, which was held on Nov. 30. During the delay, administration officials had insisted that the transfers would take place eventually.

Cliff Sloan, the State Department envoy who negotiates detainee transfers, expressed gratitude to Mr. Mujica in a statement. Several other South American countries, including Brazil, Chile and Colombia, motivated by news of the Uruguay deal, had opened talks about potentially taking in some low-level detainees as well, but were watching would what happen.

“We are very grateful to Uruguay for this important humanitarian action, and to President Mujica for his strong leadership in providing a home for individuals who cannot return to their own countries,” Mr. Sloan said. “The support we are receiving from our friends and allies is critical to achieving our shared goal of closing Guantánamo.”

He noted that “this transfer is a major milestone in our efforts to close the facility.”

Mr. Mujica, a former urban guerrilla who spent 14 years in prison in Uruguay, including more than a decade in solitary confinement, expressed critical views of Guantánamo in a televised interview over the weekend, adding:: “Once there is a president of the United States who wants to undo a miserable injustice that they left for him, turning one’s back due to such thinking would be cowardly, even more so when one thinks as one thinks.”

Mr. Mujica also emphasized that Uruguay would not place restrictions on the mobility of the six men, saying that their arrival with refugee status meant that “the first day they want to leave they can go.”

Tabaré Vázquez, an ally of Mr.Mujica and a moderate leftist who won Uruguay’s presidential election in November, has said that he agreed with the decision to receive the detainees after going over the move with the United States ambassador in Montevideo, Julissa Reynoso.

“I had some concerns and I was able to dispel them,” Mr. Vázquez recently told reporters. “The assurance that the ambassador gave me was that these people are not dangerous,” he said, referring to the six men.

The transferred men included four Syrians, one Tunisian and one Palestinian. Each had been recommended for release by an interagency task force in 2009. Their departure reduces Guantánamo’s inmate population to 136, of whom 67 are on the list of those approved for transfer if security conditions can be met; most on that list are Yemenis.

One Syrian transferred on Sunday is Jihad Ahmed Mujstafa Diyab, who had been held for 12 years without a trial. He is the plaintiff in a lawsuit challenging the military’s procedures for dealing with hunger strikes, which include strapping detainees into a restraint chair and inserting tubes into their noses, through which liquid nutritional supplement is poured.

In October, a Federal District Court judge ruled that the military must make public videotapes of Mr. Diyab undergoing that procedure, in response to a petition by The New York Times and 15 other news organizations. The Obama administration has appealed that order, saying the release of the videos could inflame attacks against American troops abroad.

Under statutory transfer restrictions enacted by Congress, the secretary of defense must tell lawmakers at least 30 days before any transfer that the secretary has determined it would be safe enough to release a detainee. Mr. Hagel had approved a flurry of transfers in late 2013, but in 2014 the process ground to a halt as he did not move on the Uruguay deal, nor on a proposal to repatriate four low-level Afghans and other arrangements in the pipeline.

His reluctance to sign off on these agreements contributed to a deterioration in his relations with the White House. In May, President Obama’s national security adviser, Susan Rice, sent Mr. Hagel a memo pressuring him to pick up the pace, and Mr. Hagel, in an interview, explained that he was in no hurry to approve deals.

“My name is going on that document. That’s a big responsibility,” Mr. Hagel said at the time, adding: “What I’m doing is, I am taking my time. I owe that to the American people, to ensure that any decision I make is, in my mind, responsible.”

Later that month, Mr. Hagel did transfer five high-level Taliban detainees to Qatar in a prisoner exchange for Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl, America’s only living prisoner of war from the conflict in Afghanistan. The deal angered lawmakers because Mr. Hagel did not follow the 30-day advance notice law in that instance; the administration said that waiting 30 days after the deal for Sergeant Bergdahl’s release was struck would have endangered his life.

In recent months, Mr. Hagel has also approved other detainee transfers. In early November, the military carried out the repatriation of a low-level Kuwaiti, followed by the resettlement of four Yemenis and a Tunisian in Eastern Europe later last month, and then the repatriation of a Saudi later last month.

“The Defense Department is working diligently to transfer eligible detainees from Guantánamo,” Paul Lewis, the Pentagon envoy on transfers, said in a statement, adding, “Security is always top-of-mind prior to any decision to transfer a detainee, and each detainee is closely reviewed by six departments before he is eligible for transfer.”

But Mr. Hagel also backed off an interagency decision to repatriate four Afghans, shortly before he announced his resignation under pressure, pending the confirmation of a successor; Mr. Obama has nominated Ashton B. Carter for the job. It is not clear what Mr. Hagel’s transitional status means for any other proposed transfers awaiting approval.

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