“Generations will come after me Tqatlkm, but my life is: I will be longer than the life of Hanga [OMAR MUCKTAR]…”
(Mu’ammar al-Qathafi, Commander speaking)
(above) scene from ‘The Message’ (1977) totally financed, produced and filmed in Libya.
(BELOW) Abu Talib in Film ‘Muhammad’ (PBUH):
Filmmaker Majid Majidi (pictured), in the finishing stages of making his new film “Muhammad,” got interviewed recently and promoted his film’s message, saying, “I wanted to share and spread the right understanding of Islam.”
With an unheard-of budget and entire city sets built for the occasion, “Muhammad” has a lot riding on it. Majidi predictably gave a major promotional push for his film during the interview.
This is Iran’s biggest-budget production to this date. A whole town as well as a full-scale Mecca were recreated down to the most minute detail.
“It will pay back,” Majidi said. “This film is a step forward for Muslim cinema. This is an investment into the development of Muslim cinema.”
The Oscar-nominated Majidi added, “the film starts with [the prophet’s] adolescence, and childhood is shown through flashbacks. We chose the period before Muhammad became a prophet.” He also said, “this film contains no controversies and no differences between the Shia and the Sunni points of view.”
On the quandary of portraying the prophet’s face, something that is considered illegal according to Islamic tenets, he said “the face of the prophet is not shown in the film. By hiding his face I make it [the character] more intriguing for the viewer.”
“We’re going to help open your eyes to what Islam really is all about,” Majidi added. “We have a lot of positive things to share with the world, provided that the West is ready for such a dialogue. I think that Iran can have something someting strong to say through its arts and culture.”
“Muhammad” (PBUH) is slated for a 2015 release in Iran. Of note, the presence of Sareh Bayat on the cast. A.R. Rahman of “Slumdog Millionaire” fame, has written the film’s original soundtrack (scroll down for images from the set).
THE BUSINESS PERSPECTIVE: A one billion+-strong captive audience of adherents to Islam is significant. Even if Team Majidi manages to stir controversy “Muhammad” will have a healthy run, with the best results predicted from home distribution sales. A well-produced DVD and Blu-Ray combo loaded with extras (“making of,” etc) could be quite the pot of gold. Film’s expected to have a limited theatrical release in the U.S. and Europe, unless “Muhammad” gains traction with any of the upcoming international film festivals (and with Majidi’s previous credentials, there’s a chance he will).
Article will be updated as more news becomes available – Ali Naderzad
Blaming Islam for terrorism stems from Western Muslim phobia – Oscar-winning Iranian director
05 September 2014 10:30
Iranian film director Majid Majidi (AFP Photo/Frederic J. Brown)
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Islam in today’s Western world is often connected with violence and terror. Jihad is being waged in Iraq and Syria, extremists execute thousands – and claim they do it in the name of Allah. But does this religion deserve such a reputation, given its inherently peaceful nature? How do the events in the Middle East impact on attitudes towards Muslims living in Europe and the US? We posed these questions to Iranian film director, screen-writer and Oscar nominee, Majid Majidi.
Sophie Shevardnadze: Your latest film project, “Prophet Mohammed” (PBUH) is the biggest and the most ambitious project in Iran’s cinematic history. Why did you decide to take on a subject this important?
Majid Majidi: In the name of God, the Merciful, the Compassionate.
I would like to say that the issues pertaining to Islam are very important not only in the Muslim world, but in the West as well. I have been trying to do my very best to spread the proper understanding of Islam. It is most unfortunate that the true spirit of Islam has been distorted, to a great extent because of politics.
This is the reason why I wanted to make this film for the entire world rather than only for the Muslim world. I wanted to share and spread the right understanding of this religion, the right understanding of Islam through this film. Of course it is impossible to reveal the greatness of this religion in its entirety in just one film. But I did it to the very best of my ability.
SS: If I may – before we get to the larger picture, I want to ask you a few questions about the technicalities of this filmmaking. Now, the fact that this is the most expensive project in Iran’s cinematic history… does it add more responsibility on your shoulders, in times when Iran is burdened by sanctions?
MM: I am sure you know all too well that making a film is an expensive enterprise. Given the fact that there are 1 billion and 650 million Muslims in the world, and in view of all the developments connected to Islam which have taken place over the past decades, I believe that this kind of cost for this kind of project is completely justified and it will pay back. Both the Muslim world and the West will finally see the true face of Islam.
This film is a step forward for Muslim cinema. This is why we pulled some impressive resources right from the start. We built a large set, a whole town, we built a full-scale Mecca with every single detail, and this set can be used for another 30 years. Thus, our project also counts as an investment in the development of Muslim cinema.
SS: Well, you’re also saying that this film is an addition to Islamic cinema, but I’ve read there are some contradictions because it’s being filmed in a cradle of Shia faith, it’s being filmed in Iran – do you run into contradictions regarding that? Are you consulting Sunni scholars on that as well?
MM: Before I started shooting, I studied all of the existing Shia and Sunni source material. I talked to prominent scholars. I tried hard to find common points, everything that would be free of controversy. I deliberately chose that part of Prophet Muhammad’s life where Islam was still evolving as a religion: his childhood and adolescence, although the film starts with his adolescence, and the childhood is introduced through flashbacks. We chose the period before Muhammad became a prophet. I can say with all confidence that this film contains no controversies and no disagreements between the Shia and the Sunni points of view.
SS: But I also know that you cannot depict the Prophet’s face in the film – how will you get around that?
MM: Both Shia and Sunni scholars told me that showing the Prophet’s face would not constitute a sin, though it’s important that what is shown does not offend the holiness of the Prophet’s image. I make it a point to respect all people’s opinions and therefore I do not show the Prophet’s face in the film. On the other hand, I use this as a dramatic device, that is, by hiding the Prophet’s face I make it more intriguing for the viewer.
SS: So do you think those rare moments when we will actually see the Prophet’s face will be controversial for some? Do you think you will run into controversy because there is a depiction of Holy Prophet Mohammed?
MM: It’s a little complicated in Islam. Since there are no sources that would describe the Prophet’s face, people have a hard time picturing the way he looked. So I decided to respect the opinion of the public on this question. Even though Muslim theology doesn’t specifically prohibit showing the Prophet’s face, it’s better not to do it. There are radical people who are 100 percent against showing the Prophet’s face, they consider it a great sin. I didn’t want this issue to influence the film’s message. The main question for me is the question of Islam. That’s why I decided to avoid all these troubles that would only distract from the film’s main purpose.
SS: Mr Majidi, you have reiterated many times that Islam is a peaceful religion – but we see mass executions in Iraq, carried by the ISIS militants, Boko Haram terror in Nigeria, the bloody mall attack in Kenya – in your opinion, who is responsible for all of this violence?
MM: The past few decades saw a spread of forces that disseminate a false perception of Islam. It is what we know today as Islamophobia. It tends to attribute every terrorist act and every violent crime to Islam. And it is inseparable from the political discourse in today’s world. I believe this perception of Islam is dictated and politically motivated by the West.
I also believe that the current worldwide spread of violence and the daily emergence of new radical groups are the result of Western efforts, especially those of the United States. We study the life of the Holy Prophet Mohammed and we see that he did not once start a war in the ten years he led the Muslim community. Even the rules of war the he preached to his followers strike you as highly ethical. The Prophet taught that trees, plants and animals should not be harmed during war, and old people, children and women must be provided safety. Those are rules that may be applied anywhere in the world. The Prophet only allowed waging war if you have to repel an invasion. So how can they pin things like terrorist acts and suicide bombers on Islam? The real terrorism has nothing to do with Islam. It all comes from radical groups.
SS: If I may, since you brought up suicide bombers – and every religion in the past or now has its own force of extremism and violence, but like you’ve said, suicide bombers are usually associated with Islam – you said it’s not in the Quran. Where does it come from? Why is it so closely tied with the name of Islam?
MM: Where does the Quran say that we may kill other people, or threaten the lives of innocent human beings? The Holy Quran as the true and holy book for all Muslims does not allow such action. I think that kind of aggression originated among the oppressed people, who saw Islam as their weapon against their oppressors. I am not a politician, but we see that it is Arab countries that sit on the world’s greatest oil reserves, and the West just cannot stay away from such tremendous wealth. So in order to get their hands on that oil, the West employs what I would call “cultural terrorism,” aiming to undermine the image of Islam and impose their narrative of protecting the world from it. That is the only way for them to pursue their interests in some places. Just look at Iraq and Afghanistan in recent years – do you think American presence in those countries has brought about anything like safety or stability? People are dying there. Yes, they overthrew the dictator Saddam Hussein, but what about all the people that have died from terrorist attacks since then? I believe it mainly comes from the West pursuing its interest in the region.
SS: Every time there is a conflict in the Middle East, it’s mostly Muslims versus Muslims, it’s really never America versus one region or another. But then, there are Taliban-involved conflicts, Al-Qaeda, ISIS in Iraq-involved conflicts, in Syria – and then the Americans get involved, but some believe that the US is the only power that can deal with these conflicts. Do you disagree, do you think that Muslims should deal with Muslims, with their own problems, with no other people interfering?
MM: People are increasingly well informed today, and everyone is already aware that it is all about US interests. The United States was behind it all – who do you think created the Taliban? Ask yourself, when and where exactly this movement emerged, and how did it evolve? The United States deliberately create an environment for such groups by breeding chaos in a certain place, and then they invade to “resolve” the conflict they helped ignite. In my opinion, if the West, and the US in particular, stops interfering in other countries’ affairs, all the issues will be easily resolved. Any independent analyst would agree to that. Who supports the militants in Syria? I am not trying to take sides or judge who’s right or wrong in this conflict. The question is very simple. Who supports the militants in their fight against the government? Who supplies them with arms and equipment? It’s quite clear that it’s being done with the help of the United States. Again, who supports different extremist groups? On the one hand, the United States convenes conferences and meetings on a possible settlement solution; on the other hand, they supply the militants with weapons, gear, money and so on. How can we trust them?
SS: But if we talk about Western Islamophobia on the more local, European level, for instance, it does appear that it stems from domestic experience with detached, sometimes radical, Muslim communities – you know, for instance, Sharia laws in London. Shouldn’t Muslims living in the non-Islamic nations respect local customs just as a foreign visitor to a Muslim land is certainly expected to follow a certain code?
MM: I don’t want to justify the actions of terrorists. I oppose violence in any form. Islam makes it clear that you should not do harm, Islam paves the way for dialogue, for cooperation. But I must admit we are under the pressure of other cultures. I am a cultural figure, but sometimes when I feel an insulting look, when people look down at me as if I am inferior to them, I may respond very angrily. But I repeat that by nature I am against violence in any form. Those who take part in extremist groups do that in part in response to the pressure by the West. When people start to treat each other as equals, problems will go away. So it happens that these extremists violently respond to the violence that they are threatened with. I am against it. But as a Muslim I think the emergence of these radical movements has nothing to do with Islam. Islam is a religion that promotes dialogue.
SS: My question was a little different, I was asking about, if the West is all so bad, why there’s such a huge migration of Muslims to the West in the first place, and if they do go there and choose to live there, why do they refuse to integrate into the community?
MM: It’s natural that people move abroad where life is good when their homeland is going through turbulent times. If you look at countries like Afghanistan, Iraq, Syria, people who have the opportunity move elsewhere. But that’s my personal view. Sometimes people leave their homeland because of certain principles and sometimes they are forced to flee because of poor quality of life. Naturally, this leads to dissatisfaction and spiritual confusion. I don’t want to say this is an excuse for the crimes that are committed. If the Western countries start welcoming these people and showing a warm attitude to them, then maybe they would eagerly integrate into their societies. If they are rejected, if they are denied full civil rights, they might develop a negative attitude. I don’t want to come up with an excuse for these people. But in a way this aggressive behavior is inevitable because when people find themselves in a new environment, they find many things unusual and strange to them. Still, all of these problems should not be applied to Islam in general. If a person is displaced and has to find a new place to live, he could despair. Here’s an example of my own country. According to the United Nations, about 1.4-1.5 million people have moved from Afghanistan to Iran due to the hard times that their country has been going through. But in reality, the figures are much higher, it’s about 5 to 6 million people, which means Iran hosts the largest number of refugees from Afghanistan. They flee their homeland because of the difficult situation there. They trek along the paths in the mountains and cross the Iranian border illegally. If our nation and our government fail to provide for them, what would then happen to them? They are humans and have the right to live. In this case, they would start to behave improperly. In this kind of situation, the international community must offer its help. We must help them to find a place and a role for themselves in a new society and live in normal conditions. I must admit that these issues were not duly addressed. The influx of migrants is accompanied with certain problems.
SS: Now, as far as your country, Iran, is concerned, many in the West believe that it is a very closed country. Do you feel it needs to open up?
MM: It depends. What is your definition of ‘closed’ and ‘open’? This is merely how the West sees Iran. I don’t want to say that Iran is a perfect country and that everything is ideal there. Like many other countries, Iran has its own problems. But what you referred to is simply a one-sided view of Iran. We’ve been a headache for the West, especially in the past three or four decades following the revolution. They’ve always tried to present Iran as a country that poses some threats – these have been the terrorist threat, the nuclear energy threat, the war between Iran and Iraq. The United States had supported Saddam Hussein who had bombed Iran and had been killing our people for eight years. He used chemical weapons in the town of Halabja. Saddam Hussein had been backed by the West, by all the Western countries. And when they decided his time has passed, they destroyed him. Throughout all these years they have treated Iran unfairly. Of course, as a citizen of Iran I must defend my country, but my judgment is based on reality. The attitude towards Iran was very much shaped by the West. Once the interests of the West are under threat, it immediately challenges Tehran.
SS: I remember talking to Iranian politicians who actually said that “Western sanctions had unified the nation, they’ve brought Iranian people together” – now, my question is: if Western sanctions are lifted, do you worry about more influence from the West on Iran.
MM: No, I don’t think that the Iranian nation will fall under the influence of Western society if the sanctions are lifted. On the contrary, I think that there are many things we can share with the West, and there are many areas where we can influence them. We have kind words to each and every country. Once we are given the opportunity, we can help to open your eyes on what Islam is really all about. But for that we need the opportunity to speak out. We have a lot of positive things to share with the world, provided that the West is ready for such a dialogue. I think that Iran can have a strong say in the world through its art and culture.
SS: Thank you so much for this interesting insight into the world of Islam. We’re waiting impatiently for the release of your new film about Prophet Mohammed (PBUH).
Clinton fueled the anti-Islamic fire. By supporting the terrorists, the West will generate hate for all Muslims.
BHL despises the real ‘Holy Qu’ran’: that is why he supports the Wahabi Militant
extremist BROTHERHOOD and the MB’s offspring.
Muhammad [Nourtaban Productions]
Estimated budget: 28.83€ M
Director: Majid Majidi
Writer: Majid Majidi
Producer: Muhammad Mehdi Heidarian
Composer: A.R. Rahman
Cinematographer: Vittorio Storaro
Production Designer: Miljen Kreka Kljakovic
Juma prayers and blessings:
The Messenger of Allah, peace be upon him:
(Read from the cave also revealed he had a light day
Resurrection of his place to Mecca and recites ten verses from the
Then came the most recent quack did not shed it and then did wudoo
Said Glory and praise God, no God but you forgiveness
And repent to you wrote in the parchment and then printed character did not break
The Day of Resurrection).
Perfume God Jmatkm Briahin Paradise
Zllkm branches and orchards
And Sagakm of albumin Cauthrha
And made you from Almgtinmin if time
Wagging prayer for the beloved
Following the Cave
Survivors of the day and blowing Hashr
Steadfast on the right even to meet Rahman ..
Juma’s blessing be upon you, are free and silks Great Jamahiriya.
ﻗﺎﻝ ﺭﺳﻮﻝ ﺍﻟﻠﻪ ﺻﻠﻰ ﺍﻟﻠﻪ ﻋﻠﻴﻪ ﻭﺳﻠﻢ:
( ﻣﻦ ﻗﺮﺃ ﺳﻮﺭﺓ ﺍﻟﻜﻬﻒ ﻛﻤﺎ ﻧﺰﻟﺖ ﻛﺎﻧﺖ ﻟﻪ ﻧﻮﺭﺍ ﻳﻮﻡ
ﺍﻟﻘﻴﺎﻣﺔ ﻣﻦ ﻣﻘﺎﻣﻪ ﺇﻟﻰ ﻣﻜﺔ ﻭﻣﻦ ﻗﺮﺃ ﻋﺸﺮ ﺁﻳﺎﺕ ﻣﻦ
ﺁﺧﺮﻫﺎ ﺛﻢ ﺧﺮﺝ ﺍﻟﺪﺟﺎﻝ ﻟﻢ ﻳﺴﻠﻂ ﻋﻠﻴﻪ ﻭﻣﻦ ﺗﻮﺿﺄ ﺛﻢ
ﻗﺎﻝ ﺳﺒﺤﺎﻧﻚ ﺍﻟﻠﻬﻢ ﻭﺑﺤﻤﺪﻙ ﻻ ﺇﻟﻪ ﺇﻻ ﺃﻧﺖ ﺃﺳﺘﻐﻔﺮﻙ
ﻭﺃﺗﻮﺏ ﺇﻟﻴﻚ ﻛﺘﺐ ﻓﻲ ﺭﻕ ﺛﻢ ﻃﺒﻊ ﺑﻄﺎﺑﻊ ﻓﻠﻢ ﻳﻜﺴﺮ
ﺇﻟﻰ ﻳﻮﻡ ﺍﻟﻘﻴﺎﻣﺔ )
Eid Milad an Nabi…
For some, this event occurred last week
[i.e. Sufi celebrated on 26 DEC. 2014 at Zliten’s Sheikh Asmar Fatouri Mosque];
but for the majority, it is tomorrow: 03 JANUARY 2015.
The birth anniversary of Prophet Mohammad (PBUH)
It will be repeated twice in 2015
First in 01/03/2015 corresponding to 12 March 1436
12/24/2015 AH and the second corresponding to 12 March
1437 AH and this phenomenon occurs once every 33 years and the last
Once I got in 1982 and in 1403 AH will be time
Coming in 2047, corresponding to the year 1470 AH.
We ask Allah to extend to us in our lives
Obedience and love of the Holy Messenger (PBUH)
Dr. Adasa’s portrait of Mu’ammar al-Qathafi, savior of the film, “the Message”:
Col. Mohammed el-Hassy / Hijazi: The Libyan Army is developing a plan
on how to ‘safely’ bomb the airports controlled by militias ‘Roma Libya’.
RAS JEDIR (LIBYAN CROSSING with TUNISIA):
The Tunisian Ministry of Health calls for intensified monitoring at
Ras Jedir Bmabbari dehiba, with Libya because of bird flu.
Roma terrorist gangs kidnap Ahmed GATCO Hadar Warfali,
a retired colonel was kidnapped from the center of the Republic Street.
celebrating Mohammed‘s (PBUH) birthday in Tripoli:
another year with same injuries reesulting from fireworks
unguided for Muhammed’s (PBUH) birthday:
Cases of burns and amputations to fingertips turn up for hospital burns…
The beauty and the Department of accidents and street corner, including children.
Prayer for the Prophet Muhammed (PBUH):
Muammar al-Qltoa / Koltwa has been killed in lousy Abu Salim prison.
This young fellow was incarcerated by the rat BROTHERHOOD, just because of his name…
They tortured him. Now he is dead like the more than a million who have been needlessly slaughted since 2011 !
Akilla Gianni Gneoh (alias el-Mahdi Haratine) ran this disgusting prison under the Brotherhood RATS.
2 Grisley murders:
1) PALACE BIN GHASHEAR:
Found on the citizen Ahmed al-Skouh, from the town of Cabo,
with his throat cut and his body effects Taadib area Palace Bin Ghashear.
2) QSR BIN GHASHEAR:
Ihab Abu Amir, a student at the College of Medicine, was found dead,
and his body was raised to torture in Qasr bin Ghashir area.
Daash terrorist organization threatening to terrorist operations inside the
city of Tripoli:
Norman bin Othman, reports:
Occupation of Tripoli militias allows the Sudanese intelligence agents freedom,
who were the Sudanese captured on Libyan territory were mildly ‘interrogated’ at Camp Tajourah.
Detention of a Syrian intelligence officer in the city of Ajdabiya Police arrested a former officer in the Syrian intelligence services in the city of Ajdabiya, and was among a group of detainees caught by the security forces entering the Libyan territory illegally from the Sudanese territory said Libyan security sources. According to the same source in Ajdabiya they arrested 51 people from different Arab Nationalities and they were on their way to Benghazi, the interesting point of these arrests is in their capturing these illegals there was a Former Syrian intelligence officer who seems to be working with the militia of Derna.
Power outages for most areas of Tripoli for ultra long hours…
Official Site – Maj. Imad Trabelsi
Continuous progress of the Libyan army forces in the western region
and a large deployment of troops in all fronts from Wattayah Base.
The area is fully under control and all the surrounding areas secure and under control.
The Libyan Army forces, in the process of the quality of the parties, went to the North, by the river (south zone of Ajeelat), and were able to arrest the 22 individuals of the militias ”Roma Libya’, after surrounding them in a farmhouse at dawn, today.
VISITORS (suburb of ZUWARAH):
Equipped military strike force belonging to the honorable LIBYAN army forces,
who are preparing to enter the city of Visitors, based upon the orders given by
“the Military Council of the Libyan tribes and Cities”.
Celebrating the Prophet’s (PBUH) birth in Zliten:
Sheikh Asmar Fatouri Mosque in Zliten celebrating Prophet Muhammed’s (PBUH) birth:
Dardanelles satellite channel | al-Dardanel TV
The ‘Supreme Council of the Libyan tribes and cities’ to announce to all of its
members to attend the meeting which will be held in the city of BANI WALID,
on Sunday, 01.04.2015, at exactly ten o’clock AM.
The importance of asking the audience.
The bombing of Misurata’s Military aviation.
LIBYAN AIRFORCE Aerial bombardment on the city of Misurata,
LIBYAN AIRFORCE Warplanes bombed all of the total air and seaport city,
targeted a warehouse on the port, used for their heavy weapons storage.
Libyan air force bombarded the Port of Misurata maritime, Air Force Academy
industrial factory and workshop of iron and steel.
The number of casualties as a result of air strikes on the port is only 2 wounded and no deaths at all.
Air Force is still flying over the skies of Misurata and antibalistics on
the ground heard clearly in the city.
Patience is the closest al-Faraga, who watched Allah in things survived, of sincerity
Allah did not Anlh hurt and asked him to be …
Oh God, where Raja Ali Faraj
our prisoners in the dark prisons ..
(“Knight and Men”)
ﺻﺒﺮًﺍ ﺟﻤﻴﻠًﺎ ﻣﺎ ﺃﻗﺮﺏ ﺍﻟﻔﺮﺟﺎ ، ﻣﻦ ﺭﺍﻗﺐ ﺍﻟﻠﻪ ﻓﻲ ﺍﻷﻣﻮﺭ ﻧﺠﺎ ، ﻣﻦ ﺻﺪّﻕ
ﺍﻟﻠﻪ ﻟﻢ ﻳﻨﻠﻪُ ﺍﺫﻯ ﻭ ﻣﻦ ﺭﺟﺎﻩ ﻳﻜﻮﻥ ﺣﻴﺚُ ﺭﺟﺎ …ﺍﻟﻠﻬﻢ ﻓﺮﺝ ﻋﻠﻲ ﺍﺳﺮﺍﻧﺎ ﻓﻲ ﺳﺠﻮﻥ ﺍﻟﻀﻼﻡ ..ﺍﻟﻠﻬﻢ ﺃﻣﻴﻦ
The release of the sons of Tawergha from Misrata militias prisons.
Ragab Mohamed Ragab
Shukri Mohamed Saad
Mohammed Hassan key
Praise be to God for their safety and Aqaba to the rest of the prisoners.
(“Knight and Men”)
General Company for Electricity
Extinguish the entire eastern region after the separation of electrical Nutrition circles effort of 220 kV between Tamimi area and the city of Tobruk, causing the so-called blackout.
The electrical lines Department of the city of Tobruk detects place holidays and is connected to the Nutrition of the Republic of Egypt to the power plant north of Benghazi Battabar that Nutrition electrical lines 220 kV effort between the city and the logic Amrawh Alkorashh Off Alnoaqah in the area of Nutrition and is the only source for the region from the west side of the network of the country.
Image to electrical tower Nutrition intentionally damaged about five months ago and because of Acbakat circle in that area electrical lines Department of repairing damage could not since that period.
And witnessing violent clashes in the city of Benghazi to prevent the performance of the Electricity Company of their staff.
At Least 20 Egyptian Christians Kidnapped in Libya
CAIRO — 03 Jan. 2015, 6:56 AM ET
A priest and a witness say masked gunmen in central Libya have kidnapped 20 Coptic Christians from Egypt.
Witness Hanna Aziz told The Associated Press that the gunmen in the Libyan city of Sirte went room by room in their residence at 1 a.m. Saturday and asked for identification papers to separate Muslim workers from Christians. Aziz says the gunmen handcuffed and drove away with the Christians.
Abu Makar, a Coptic priest in the workers’ hometown of Samalout in southern Egypt, confirmed the abduction took place. He said seven other Coptic Christians from Samalout were taken trying to escape Sirte a few days earlier.
Sirte has become a safe haven for extremist Wahhabi groups like ‘Ansar al-Shariah’.
Sirte Gunmen from the “Al Qaeda” ‘supporters of evil’ (Ansar al-Sharia),
kidnap 13 Egyptians “Copts” workers, who were led away to an unknown location.
It is noteworthy, that this is the second incident within one week,
after they kidnapped an Egyptian family of father, mother and Abnahm found dead.
There was also kidnapped regulation seven Egyptians Copts this past weekend in Sirte.
UPDATE: The slaughter of the 13 Egyptian Copts, who had been kidnapped by militia ‘Roma Libya’ in Sirte.
The names of the kidnapped and slaughtered workers today -:
1 Majed Suleiman Shehata
2 Abanoub Ayad Attia
3 Joseph Shukri Greece
4 Hani Abdel Christ Cross
5 Cyril human Fawzi
6 birthday McCain Zaki
7 Makram Youssef Twadharos
8 Samuel Astafanos full
9 Saints Stephen Full
10 Mina Fayez Aziz
11 Angel Abraham Tanewt
12 George birth Tanewt
13 Saints just
Ibn Sina hospital in Sirte now experiencing severe congestion due to the large
number of the dead and wounded in the ranks of the militia ‘Roma Libya’ from BIN JAWAD:.
Shortly before, the Libyan airforce warplanes targeted the site of the electricity company in the area of Bin Jawad.
Seen autam destruction of a number of the armed cars belonging to ‘Roma Libya’ terrorist gangs.
Clashes heavy and medium weapons between the Guard oil installations
soldiers under Ibrahim al-Jdharan, and militia ‘Roma Libya” in the al-Toa area of Bin Jawad.
The Brotherhood ‘VALLEY MILITIA”:
30 people belonging to the ‘Roma Libya’ militias and dozens wounded in today’s fighting, including Salem and Khaled Suehali Grable ﺳﺎﻟﻢ ﺍﻟﺴﻮﻳﺤﻠﻲ ﻭﺧﺎﻟﺪ اﻟﻐﺮﺍﺑﻠﻲ, who are part of what they call the ‘Valley Militia’.
Photos of damage to the homes of citizens ‘Valley neighborhood’ in Altoa, Bin Jawad.
Commander of the ‘Brotherhood militia third force’ is trying to sow discord among the inhabitants of the area of the Valley (where the beach has been published on), by the News Muftna Misurata duct tape,
When talking about the beach sons belonging to the army of the tribes of the brothers
(Radwan Atabikh – Mohammed bin Nile) where the massacre committed paste them.
(Sukna gate at the crossroads and this news is incorrect purpose of dismantling the Unity of the sons Shati….
(Please pay attention to such temptations.)
This is the result of indiscriminate shelling by Militias ‘Roma Libya’.
After shelling the port of Misrata military aviation, the militias of Misrata bombarded the ‘Port of Sidra’ with rockets, which fell near the Port, and caused injuries by the fall of the gate, (where some of the wounded, were administered first aid on the spot). Then, they evacuated the surrounding area, since the rockets fell again upon the nearby oil tanks !!
Tariq Ibrahim, a researcher at the strategic oil in the international affairs of Orientalism Institute in Moscow, said that the financial losses due to the outbreak of the fire in the oil tanker port of Sidra oil, estimated at about 172.97€ million.
Ibrahim added that “oil tanker port of Sidra was completely burned and destroyed a great loss,” adding that re-work and the creation of “those tanks affected the Libyan state would cost roughly about 98.84€ million.”
And inside the burning tanks of crude oil, the strategic researcher said that “the loss of about 1.8 million barrels of crude oil, was in those reservoirs that were burned.”
Ras Lanuf celebrations extinguished the fire tanks at Port Sidra
by firefighters, and the Prophets’s (PBUH) birth:
Muammar al-Qathafi celebrated the birth of Prophet Muhammad, in 2010 at Benghazi.
Arrested, a truck coming from Misurata, full of Tramadol, addressed to Benghazi.
Electricity back to most areas of the city of Benghazi: but, still
blackouts for Buhedama and al-Majora and part of the Dubai Street for more than 70 hours
The killing of six people from the employees of the Libyan Army forces under General Hftar in al-Sabri district, by the hands of Benghazi Melcaat
‘Tnzim al-Hadh’ (ANSAR al-SHARIA) terrorists:
1_ Zakaria Boumediene
2_ Salam Faitouri
3_ Osama Alveski
4_ Ahmed Nouri Crani
5_ Boubacar cabled
6_ Amer Ali Rahuma
UPDATE: Found the body of a student Manar Hussein dumped next to the medical center of Benghazi and mentioned that Manar was abducted from in front of her home last Week in the region of Rulrhh.
the former report:
Manar Hussein, a 20-year-old student at the ‘College of Pharmacy’,
is Lost since Wednesday morning, 31/12/2014 Rulrhh area near the center in Rulrhh.
Jinan home clothes still at her House and Ali found all her possessions.
Upon any information, contact.
And you will be rewarded.
Violent clashes with heavy weapons in the Gulf Laithi street.
SOUSSE, TOBRUK, TOKRH / PRECISE, DERNA & THE TUBER:
Official sources confirm that Abdullah ‘bending’ al-Thani (NIGERIAN BORN),
heading towards resignation from his post as ‘PM’ of the MAJLIS al-Nuwaab,
which he handled since March of last year.
Tobruk gas que:
SOUTH al-CHUIRV / JUNCTION SUKNA:
photos broadcast by Daash terrorist organization for victims of the gate pest Junction Suknh.
Organizing Daash downloaded published photographs gate Sukna process and call it the Battle of Abu Usman Ansari? Of course only to clarify no such thing as Ansar al-Sharia supporters now Kano yesterday and today found the body organizing terrorist Daash only.
‘Zero hour’, reports a
DISASTER for our Libyan Army (MASSACRE at JUNCTION SUKNA):
The dawn of day, the Misurata gangs and Melcaat Tnzim al-Hadh (Ansar al-Sharia)
carried out the attack at the gate junction Suknh and massacred 10 people in
the al-Ternate gate and seized their equipment and weapons in Full.
The Libyan Army Forces located, in open exposure, at the ‘junction Sukna gate’ “pest” South al-Chuirv (80 Kailua). They were attacked by a terrorist group. Since, there has been the slaughter of more than 15 soldiers full; and burning of the headquarters of the gate in the region and around the army forces..!!!
We are waiting for the pictures and names. We will bring you out.
of the place of the massacre that took place today in Junction Sukna.
A picture of one of the victims of the gate Suknh.
The high number of victims of the attack on the gate Suknh to 17, including 14 military and truck driver and 2 of the Sudanese community were transported the bodies to the
The names of some of the victims of the attack:
1_ Saleh Ismail birth Apodih
2_ Joseph Bakaa
3_ Hamza Bakaa
4_ Haitham Bakaa
6_ Salam Zkhil
7_ Ramadan Zkhil
8_ Mamedkhalifh Hatem
9_ Amerjadallah precordial
And 2 of the chef of the Sudanese community in the spring and they age.
Photos of victims of the ‘gate pest Junction Suknh’.
I am God, and that we return to the mechanism:
‘Brigade Almgarhh a scapegoat for the country’, writes:
“My deepest condolences go to the tribes tribe Talmgarha in the death
of the victim by “Happy Owaidat Capricorn”, which was accompanied
by his colleagues slaughtered today dawn in gate junction Suknh did not
allow us to know the rest of the names and consider them martyrs,
God willing, I am God and to Him we return.
To turn the force except God ….”
Daash organization in Libya adopt responsibility for the massacre
‘Gate Junction al-Chuirv at Sukna’.
And the name of the process is called ‘invasion Abe Usman Ansari’.
Barak beach from the funeral prayer for the souls of slain Portal Suknh:
Looting and vandalism to a statement mobile phone company stores located in the transportation company stores by criminal gangs.
The Suppossed ‘DEATH’ of Heretic Abu Anas al Libi, in a military hospital of the
USA, after suffering liver damage, while under their authority.