Growing Green People’s Committees and Popular Conferences

MU’AMMAR al-QATHAFI 

CALLED TO IMPRESS THE ENTIRE WORLD ! MY COMMANDER
هيبتك أبهرت العالم بأسره…..قائدي

“فارس ورجال”
Appelle ta impressionne le monde entier….. Mon capitaine.

“chevalier et hommes”

Mu CALLED TO IMPRESS THE ENTIRE WORLD

 

Universal Green Charter of Human Rights 12 June 1988    Mu defending the  Great Jamahiriya in an open meeting session

IPCO:

https://www.facebook.com/groups/greencharter/

International Green Charter Human Rights Conference
http://ipco.io/str/

The following structures and terminologies are hereby proposed with two phases in any geographical area: the “joining” phase and the “convening” phase.

JOINING

  • The “joining” phase comes first, as it is not possible to convene conferences that will be able to enact popular legislation (policy upon consensus decision-making) if there are insufficient numbers. I.E. it is obvious, that 10 people cannot convene an Australian People’s Congress, nor even an Alice Springs People’s Conference and pass recommendations or resolutions that would have any binding authority, when even the number of political party members of parliamentary dictatorship are higher.

  • The “joining” phase can be considered sufficient to pass to the “convening” phase when the number of members and indeed participants are higher than the “representatives” of traditional (dictatorial) political power in that area, or when the members of the conferences themselves consider their numbers sufficient to lay claim to being the legitimate organs of people’s power (Jamahiriya) government.

  • During the “joining” phase, all legislative organs (conferences) are called CONFERENCES but when achieving the “convening” phase are re-branded as CONGRESSES. However, the convention of Basic People’s Conferences will remain named as Basic (Local) People’s Conferences, the secretariats of which make up the Municipal (Area) People’s Congresses to which the various decisions of BPCs are brought.

  • At first, people join from the nearest level to them, which for most will be the World People’s Conference. When there are sufficient members in a particular nation to warrant the forming of a National People’s Conference, and a willing interim general secretariat is in place, then those members are contacted and urged to contact their National People’s Conference secretariat to join their NPC.

  • Again, when sufficient numbers within a given federal state or city or local region have joined, the State/Municipal People’s Conference can be declared, and the same down to the Basic (Local) People’s Conference.

  • Then, when there is sufficient members of the BPCs in an area, that area will now have a State/Municipal People’s Congress, and so on.

    Thus the following structure of peoples power (Jamahiriya) self-governing masses societies around the world, takes shape, showing both the joining phase and the subsequent convening phase:

CONVENING

As can be seen below, when the “convening” phase takes place, congresses will also nominate executive people’s committees, these then carry out day to day executive action in line with legislation (policy) of the people’s congresses, thus replacing traditional “councils”, “committees”, “government departments” and “ministries”.

 

COMMITTEES

The People’s Committees have two directional arrows from one level to the next, because whilst all legislation is from the Congresses and from the grass roots on to the national level, the nomination for members of people’s committees takes place at local levels and the execution takes place from national levels for those national policies which are uniform across the state or nation.

Represents joining
(nomination/(s)election)

Represents implementation
(policies as decided by the conferences/congresses).

 

 

GREEN CHARTER:

http://www.ilo.org/dyn/natlex/docs/SERIAL/57641/65910/F702695289/LBY57641.PDF

https://theorbo1.wordpress.com/2013/08/28/power-in-the-hands-of-the-people/

https://theorbo1.wordpress.com/2013/06/12/awaiting-the-end-of-western-and-qatariisraeli-intervention/

https://theorbo1.wordpress.com/2014/11/07/the-cure-for-all-the-earth/

http://www.jonathangullible.com/PoL/philosophy_of_liberty.swf?language=Arabic

https://theorbo1.wordpress.com/2014/06/12/day-celebrating-the-great-universal-green-charter-of-human-rights-1988/

قانون رقم 20 لسنة 1991 م بشأن تعزيز الحرية

مؤتمر الشعب العام

تنفيذا ً لقرارات المؤتمرات الشعبية الأساسية في دور انعقادها العادي الثاني لسنة 1397 و.ر الموافق 1988 م والتي صاغها الملتقى العام للمؤتمرات الشعبية واللجان الشعبية ( مؤتمر الشعب العام ) في دور انعقاده العادي الخامس عشر في الفترة من 25 رجب إلى 2 شعبان 1398 و.ر الموافق من 2 المريخ إلى 1989 م ، وقرارات المؤتمرات الشعبية الأساسية في دور انعقادها العادي الثاني لعام 1400 و.ر الموافق 1990 م والتي صاغها الملتقى العام للمؤتمرات الشعبية واللجان الشعبية والنقابات والاتحادات والروابط المهنية ( مؤتمر الشعب العام ) في دور انعقاده العادي في الفترة من 29 ذي القعدة إلى 5 من ذي الحجة 1400 و.ر الموافق 11 إلى 17 من شهر الصيف 1991 م.
وبعد الاطلاع على إعلان قيام سلطة الشعب .
وعلى الوثيقة الخضراء الكبرى لحقوق الإنسان في عصر الجماهير .
وعلى المواثيق والعهود الدولية لحقوق الإنسان وحرياته الأساسية .
وعلى القانون رقم (9) لسنة 84 م في شأن تنظيم المؤتمرات الشعبية .
وعلى قرارات المؤتمرات الشعبية والتجمعات بالخارج .
صيغ القانون الآتي :

مادة (1)
المواطنون في الجماهيرية العظمى – ذكورا ً وأناثا ً ، أحرار متساوون في الحقوق لا يجوز المساس بحقوقهم .

مادة (2)
لكل مواطن الحق في ممارسة السلطة وتقرير مصيره في المؤتمرات الشعبية واللجان الشعبية ، ولا يجوز حرمانه من عضويتها أو من الاختيار لأماناتها متى توافرت الشروط المقررة لذلك.

مادة (3)
الدفاع عن الوطن حق وشرف ، لا يجوز أن يحرم منه أي مواطن أو مواطنة .

مادة (4)
الحياة حق طبيعي لكل إنسان ، فلا يجوز تطبيق عقوبة الإعدام إلا قصاصاً، أو على من تشكل حياته خطراً أو فسادا ً للمجتمع .
ويحق للجاني طلب تخفيف العقوبة بأنواع من الفدية مقابل الحفاظ على حياته ، ويجوز للمحكمة قبول ذلك ما لم يكن ذلك ضارا ً بالمجتمع أو منافيا ً للشعور الإنساني .

مادة (5)
الدين علاقة مباشرة مع الخالق دون وسيط ، ومحرم ادعاء احتكار الدين أو استغلاله في أي غرض.

مادة (6)
سلامة البدن حق لكل إنسان ويحظر إجراء التجارب العلمية على جسد إنسان حي إلا بتطوعه .

مادة (7)
التعامل المعادي للمجتمع مع الخارج خيانة كبرى .

مادة (8)
لكل مواطن الحق في التعبير عن آرائه و أفكاره والجهر بها في المؤتمرات الشعبية وفي وسائل الاعلام الجماهيرية ، ولا يُسأل المواطن عن ممارسة هذا الحق إلا اذا استغله للنيل من سلطة الشعب أو لأغراض شخصية .
وتحظر الدعوة للأفكار والآراء سرا ً أو محاولة نشرها أو فرضها على الغير بالاغراء أو بالقوة أو بالإرهاب أو بالتزييف .

مادة (9)
المواطنون أحرار في إنشاء النقابات والاتحادات والروابط المهنية والاجتماعية والجمعيات الخيرية والانضام إليها لحماية مصالحهم أو تحقيق الأغراض المشروعة التي أنشئت من أجلها .

مادة (10)
مواطن حر في اختيار العمل الذي يناسبه بمفرده أو بالمشاركة مع غيره دون استغلال لجهد الغير ودون أن يلحق ضررا ً ماديا ً أو معنويا ً بالآخرين .

مادة (11)
لكل مواطن الحق في التمتع بنتاج عمله ولا يجوز الاقتطاع من ناتج العمل الا بمقدار ما يفرضه القانون للمساهمة في الأعباء العامة أو نظير ما يقدمه إليه المجتمع من خدمات .

مادة (12)
الملكية الخاصة مقدسة يحظر المساس بها إذا كانت ناتجة عن سبب مشروع ودون استغلال للآخرين ودون الاضرار بهم ماديا ً أو معنويا ً ، ويحظر استخدامها بشكل مناف للنظام والآداب العامة ، ولا يجوز نزع الملكية الخاصة إلا لأغراض المنفعة العامة ولقاء تعويض عادل .

مادة (13)
لكل مواطن حق في الانتفاع بالأرض طيلة حياته وحياة ورثته شغلا ً وزراعة ورعيا ً لإشباع حاجاته في حدود جهده ودون استغلال للغير ، ولا يجوز حرمانه من هذا الحق إلا إذا تسبب في إفساد تلك الأرض أو عطل استغلالها .

مادة (14)
لا يجوز سلب أو تقييد حرية أي إنسان أو تفتيشه أو استجوابه إلا في حالة اتهامه بارتكاب فعل معاقب عليه قانونا ً وبأمر من جهة قضائية مختصة وفي الأحوال والمدد المبينة في القانون .
ويكون العزل الاحتياطي في مكان معلوم يحضر به ذوو المتهم ولأقصر مدة لازمة للتحقيق وحفظ الدليل .

مادة (15)
سرية المراسلات مكفولة ، فلا تجوز مراقبتها إلا في أحوال ضيقة تقتضيها ضرورات أمن المجتمع وبعد الحصول على إذن بذلك من جهة قضائية .

مادة (16)
للحياة الخاصة حرمة ، ويحظر التدخل فيها إلا إذا شكلت مساسا ً بالنظام والآداب العامة أو ضررا ً بالآخرين أو إذا اشتكى أحد أطرافها .

مادة (17)
المتهم بريء إلى أن تثبت إدانته بحكم قضائي ، ومع ذلك يجوز اتخاذ الإجراءات القانونية ضده ما دام متهما ً . ويحظر إخضاع المتهم لأي نوع من أنواع التعذيب الجسدي أو النفسي أو معاملته بصورة قاسية أو مهينة أو ماسة بالكرامة الإنسانية .

مادة (18)
تستهدف العقوبة الإصلاح والتقويم والتأهيل والتربية والتأديب والعظة .

مادة (19)
للمساكن حرمة فلا يجوز دخولها أو مراقبتها أو تفتيشها إلا إذا استغلت في إخفاء جريمة أو إيواء مجرمين أو للضرر بالآخرين ماديا ً أو معنويا ً أو إذا استخدمت لأغراض منافية للآداب والتقاليد الاجتماعية بشكل ظاهر ، وفي غير حالات التلبس والاستغاثة لا يجوز دخول البيوت إلا بإذن من جهة مختصة بذلك قانونا ً .

مادة (20)
لكل مواطن وقت السلم حرية التنقل واختيار مكان إقامته ، وله مغادرة الجماهيرية العظمى والعودة إليها متى شاء .
واستثناء من حكم الفقرة السابقة يجوز للمحكمة المختصة إصدار أوامر منع مؤقتة من مغادرة الجماهيرية العظمى .

مادة (21)
الجماهيرية العظمى ملاذ المضطهدين والمناضلين في سبيل الحرية فلا يجوز تسليم اللاجئين منهم لحماها إلى أية جهة .

مادة (22)
حرية الاختراع والابتكار والإبداع مكفولة في حدود النظام والآداب العامة ما لم تكـن ضارة ماديا ً أو معنويا ً.

مادة (23)
لكل مواطن الحق في التعليم والمعرفة واختيار العلم الذي يناسبه ويحظر احتكار المعرفة أو تزييفها لأي سبب .

مادة (24)
لكل مواطن الحق في الرعاية الاجتماعية والضمان الاجتماعي ، فالمجتمع ولي من لا ولي له يحمي المحتاجين والمسنين والعجزة واليتامى ويضمن لغير القادرين على العمل لأسباب خارجة عن إرادتهم وسائل العيش الكريم .

مادة (25)
لكل مواطن ومواطنة الحق في تكوين أسرة أساسها عقد النكاح القائم على رضا الطرفين ولا ينحل إلا برضاهما أو بحكم من محكمة مختصة .

مادة (26)
الحضانة حق الأم ما دامت أهلاً لذلك فلا يجوز حرمان الأم من أطفالها وحرمان الأطفال من أمهم .

مادة (27)
للمرأة الحاضنة حق البقاء في بيت الزوجية مدة الحضانة ، وللرجل حق الاحتفاظ بممتلكاته الشخصية .
ولا يجوز أن يتخذ البيت أو محتوياته أو جزء منه مقابلا ً للطلاق أو الخلع أو داخلا ً في تقديرات مؤخر الصداق .

مادة (28)
للمرأة الحق في العمل الذي يناسبها وألا توضع في موضع يضطرها للعمل بما لا يناسب طبيعتها .

مادة (29)
يحظر استخدام الأطفال في مزاولة أعمال لا تناسب قدراتهم أو تعوق نموهم الطبيعي أو تلحق الضرر بأخلاقهم أو صحتهم سواء كان ذلك من طرف ذويهم أو غيرهم .

مادة (30)

لكل شخص الحق في الالتجاء إلى القضاء وفقاً للقانون،وتؤمن له المحكمة كافة الضمانات اللازمة بما فيها المحامي وله حق الاستعانة بمحام يختاره من خارج المحكمة ويتحمل نفقته.

مادة (31)
القضاة مستقلون لا سلطان عليهم في إحكامهم لغير القانون

مادة (32)

لا يجوز لأي جهة عامة تجاوز اختصاصها والتدخل في أمور غير مكلفة بها، كما لايجوز لأي جهة التدخل في شؤون الضبط القضائي إلا إذا كانت مخولة بذلك قانوناً.

مادة (33)

الأموال والمرافق العامة ملك للمجتمع ، فلا يجوز استخدامها في غير الوجوه المخصصة لها من طرف الشعب.

والوظيفة العامة خدمة للمجتمع ، يحظر استغلالها واستعمال الصفة المستمدة منها لتحقيق أغراض غير مشروعة.

مادة (34)

لا تخضع الحقوق الواردة في هذا القانون للتقادم أو الانتقاص ولا التنازل عنها.

مادة (35)

أحكام هذا القانون أساسية ، ولا يجوز أن يصدر ما يخالفها ، ويعدل كل ما يتعارض معها من تشريعات.

مادة (36)

يفقد التمتع بمزايا هذا القانون كل شخص استعمل طريقة غير قانونية في تحقيق أغراضه.

مادة (37)

يعاقب على الأفعال المجرمة طبقاً لأحكام هذا القانون بالعقوبات المنصوص عليها في قانون العقوبات والقوانين المكملة له التي تصدر تطبيقاً لأحكام الوثيقة الخضراء الكبرى لحقوق الإنسان في عصر الجماهير.

مادة (38)

ينشر هذا القانون في الجريدة الرسمية وفي وسائل الإعلام المختلفة، ويعمل به من تاريخ نشره في الجريدة الرسمية.

مؤتمر الشعب العام
صدر في :22 صفر 1401 و.ر
الموافق : 1 الفاتح 1991 م

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 —

No retreat to negotiate for Ahidnh to Aastzlam
Forward until victory, God willing,

Allah is great above the aggressor Kid
Allah and the good of the oppressed supporters
(“Knight and Men”)

The Great Truth of Allah Almighty:

How they outnumbered us, but we triumphed

and prevailed by the grace of Allah

(and we with perseverance steadfast).

out-numbered but we triumphed through Allah

Hahahahaha shiver O Habibt ……. Jack O death who does not pray
(“Knight and Men”)

 

 —

 TRIPOLI:

Abduction company ‘Mellitah Oil and gas’ director

at Dat El Imad Complex, Tower 1 in TRIPOLI.

http://www.mellitahog.ly/

'Mellitah Oil and gas' director.chaiman

 

 http://www.mellitahog.ly/gallery/index.php?cid=40

Photo Gallery – Mellitah Oil & Gas. Libyan Branch.

MELLITAHOG.LY

Found the body of a RAT member of the (so-called) ‘National Conference’

whose name is al-Hmala Salem, (who was kidnapped days ago).

 _________________________________________

GREEN NAFUSA WESTERN MOUNTAINS:

Large meeting of the Libyan Green Resistance and the Libyan Army

for the Western region, met SW of Tripoli:

Leaders meeting, Western Region SW of TRIPOLI, 3 Leaders meeting, Western Region SW of TRIPOLI, 2 Leaders meeting, Western Region SW of TRIPOLI, 1

 —-

Break Champions:

Good morning from Mubarak Gervh amilit al-Zintan

 Good morning from Mubarak Gervh amilit al-Zintan

________________________________

WESTERN REGION:

AJEELAT:

Multiply and unforgiving, the national rights are not granted,

it does not believe it is taken by force:


Control by our joint forces of Army troops and Supporting Forces,

South of Ajeelat and its annexes.

Militias ‘Dawn Libya’ escape to ‘camp Hoish’.

Lens Ahmed Akrout, reports
(‘Operations room’)

 Tribal forces advancing in the Western Region and controls the
Bokmah
After the escape of the remnants of militias Roma Libya

 joy over the remnants of 'Roma Libya', 1

‘Room Zintan operations’ :

 

joy over the remnants of 'Roma Libya', 2

One of the mechanisms-filled munitions and they left by nutria-Rats.

I’ve already Ondhirnakm that this harsh land on you.

(Operations room)

WATTAYA:

The arrival of a large support to the tribes forces in the base Wattaya.

To Eduaash to Ajerman

Khamis Bjhah Valmidan

Khamis

‘Moatasem God’, writes:

“Khamis (wonderful, God bless his soul) and the Army of Libya

between martyrs and prisoners and displaced

people and Lech place.”

 

‘Black Libyan resistance’, replies:

“This Fash Valehin was to challenge the people and discredit

the honorable Libya what arrived here only because it is

where like you frustrated and al-Mtkhadlin, Khamis, God willing,

and even if p according to thy word Nehna Sirén on the approach

and the victors, even to the last free man sheriff in Libya ,,

As for your consultation by Vhave difficult on you and like you

and believe me Mesh Hnoagafoa expose the traitors and agents

climbers and even sat one person, but brighter important page

in our voice connects to the owners of high-end minds …

         and you understand Enough ^ – ^”

 

‘Room Zintan operations’ a ajouté 5 nouvelles photos.


Pictures: The combined forces of the Libyan Army troops

and forces backing to provide all Wattayah base and defeat

the militias Amazigh “moving force” of ‘Dawn Libya’ axes.
Lens Abdullah al-Vkhal
(Operations room)

 

 _________________________

dirty MISURATA:

DAASH in Libya: Islamic State suicide bomber in Misrata kills 5 people

west gate al-Dvinyh, city of Misurata

Tunisian suicide bomber

First picture of Tunisian suicide bomber Abu Wahib (Twitter)

Organization “Daash” adopt suicide bombing on ‘Dafniya gate’

in Misurata.

in Libya: Islamic State suicide bomber in Misurata kills 6 people

By Fiona Keating

31 May 2015 12:47 BST

The Tunisian suicide bomber
First picture of Tunisian suicide bomber Abu Wahib al-Tunsi, a nom de guerre (a name of a warrior) signifying only that he was Tunisian. (Twitter)

Abu Wahib- suicide bomber ploughed a car filled with explosives into the main security checkpoint in Misurata.

Five people were killed and eight wounded with several cars and nearby shops damaged by the blast on Misurata’s western checkpoint at Dafniya early on Sunday morning (31 May).

An official source told ‘al-Wasat’ newspaper that the explosion blew apart the gate.

The ‘Dafniya Gate’ checkpoint marks the entrance to Misurata from the Libyan capital, Tripoli. It is a key point for ensuring the city’s safety.

Islamic State (Isis) claimed responsibility for the attack according to a statement on Twitter, naming the bomber as Abu Wahib Al-Tunsi, a nom de guerre (a name of a warrior) signifying only that he was Tunisian.

A soldier with a bandage on the back of his head told ‘Channel 4 News’ that he’d been at the side of the road when the vehicle careered through, refusing to stop. “I saw the driver,” he said. “He was a young man. Then it exploded.”

The location of the attack suggests that the bomber came from the west of the city, meaning that IS has operational cells between Tripoli and Misurata.

This is the second suicide mission by IS on a Misurata checkpoint in ten days, according to the Libyan Herald. On 21 May, two guards were killed and three others wounded when a suicide bomber blew himself up at Checkpoint 60, in the southern part of the city.

The elected government, including athe Libyan Armed Forces led by General Khalifa Haftar, have been exiled to the east of the country since losing control of Tripoli last August 2014.

“We will support all army, police and revolutionary forces to fight and chase those apostates who have come to Libya claiming they are representing Islam,” Libya’s Wahhabi-rat US-imposed- TRIPOLI ‘prime minister’, Khalifa Ghwell, told Reuters.

“Islam disowns them,” he said.

The terrorist alternative government, composed largely of men from Misurata and the ‘Muslim’ Brotherhood, is based in Tripoli. Although both sides are facing a threat from Islamic State, instead of joining forces, they are fighting each other.

“The biggest enemy we face is Khalifa Hftar“, Ghwell said. “He’s the cause of these problems – he and the counter ‘revolutionaries’ of the Great Jamahiriya.”

http://www.ibtimes.co.uk/isis-libya-islamic-state-suicide-bomber-misrata-kills-5-people-1503726#

Men surround crater left by ‘DAASH’ suicide car bomb in Misurata,

– attacker was in a Hyundai Santa Fe.

crater left by  DAASH suicide bomber at Dafniya gate, MISURATA

 The arrival of the dead and wounded to hospital and wisdom

initial toll is 6 dead after the bombing gate Dafniya

the victims who have fallen by the blast at the gate Dafniya were:
1_ Mustafa Abdul Wahab Abdul Wahab al-Aghima
2_ Fouad Salem key spacy
3_ al-Mncef Ahmed Blaao
4_ M’hamed M’hamed Joseph Nazawra
5_ birth Ashour Ali Rashid
6_ small Mazen Mohammed Jeroha.

 

wounded seven so far…

2 nouvelles photos.

A suicide bombing aimed at Gate # Dafniya valuable first

hours of the morning:

The closure of the road link between Sirte and Misurata

by Misurata militias after the bombing of ‘Gate Dafniya’.

ROUGE VALLEY DIRECTLY, comments:

Misurata is now fighting with ‘Daash’ and leave through

Misurata DAASH, and imports them through airports !!

 

DAASH Misurata fighting, and they go for treatment

in Turkey, through Misurata !!

All their weapons are in Misurata ..

Arnebena in Munawar Anwar and Anwar rabbit in Mnorna.

_________________________

CYRENAICA:

Tomorrow 1.6 anniversary of the founding ‘Emirate of Cyrenaica’...

IBRAHIM al-JDHARAN and the Cyrenaica Poly Bureau

Martyr Azmi el-Barghati

And the day after, is the martyrdom of

2.6 Assad ‘gently’ ‘Captain Azmi al-Bergta.

Allahu Akbar

 

 —

It goes like a rocket! Cash-strapped

Libyans fighting ISIS forced to balance missiles

on a hatchback and mount salvaged naval guns on trucks

  • Images reveal how Libyan army is using scraps to fashion deadly weapons

  • Naval machine gun, which fires 700 rounds a minute, is mounted on a truck

  • It is running out of ‘scraps’ to create weapons to fight ISIS and Libya Dawn

  • Opposition forces fixed deadly ground-to-air missiles on backs of trucks

By JAY AKBAR FOR MAILONLINE

PUBLISHED: 15:13 GMT, 21 May 2015 | UPDATED: 17:09 GMT, 21 May 2015

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The Libyan army and the country’s Islamist groups are using ‘scraps’

to construct deadly weapons in their ongoing battle with ISIS.

Incredible images show machine gun turrets and naval guns salvaged

from warships mounted on the back of trucks. One even shows two huge

missiles resting precariously atop a hatchback.

But the Libyan Nation Army is now running out of scraps to construct these

bizarre weapons and is calling on the United Nations to lift an arms

embargo preventing them from importing new ones.

Its internationally recognised government has since been exiled to Tobruk

– 750 miles east of the capital Tripoli – having been driven out by

a collection of Islamist groups known as ‘Dawn Libya’.

Dangerous: Images obtained by Libyan-based bloggers show a host of improvised, deadly weapons...and a picture of a hatchback with missiles perched atop being used by opposition militia Libya Dawn

Dangerous: Images obtained by Libyan-based bloggers show a host of improvised,

deadly weapons…and a picture of a hatchback with missiles

perched atop being used by opposition militia ‘Dawn Libya’.

Surreal: The Libyan army - which has mounted machine gun turrets on trucks to take on ISIS and opposition factions - is running out of scraps to replenish its makeshift armoury

Surreal: The Libyan army – which has mounted machine gun turrets on trucks

to take on DAASH and opposition factions – is running out of scraps to replenish

its makeshift armoury.

Improvised: The Libyan army supposedly salvaged naval guns (pictured) from defunct warships and fixed them to the back of trucks

Improvised: The Libyan army supposedly salvaged naval guns (pictured)

from defunct warships and fixed them to the back of trucks.

Enemy: Opposition forces such as Libya Dawn (pictured), who have been battling government troops since 2011, appear to have equipped their vehicles with huge missiles

Enemy: Terrorist forces such as ‘Dawn Libya’ (pictured), who have been battling

government troops since May 2014, appear to have equipped their vehicles

with huge missiles.

Libya Dawn salvaged 'large numbers' of surface-to-air missiles from the vast amount of land it controls, Libyan-based military blog Oryx claims

‘Dawn Libya’ salvaged ‘large numbers’ of surface-to-air missiles from

the vast amount of land it controls.

Libyan-based military blog Oryx claims

The arms embargo was implemented during the NATO-backed

uprising against him and the United Nations Security Council

refused to remove it in March, fearing they would fall into the

wrong hands.

But the country’s once-plentiful supply of weapons and equipment has since run

out and the army is now fashioning arms from Second World War scraps.

Soldiers use weapons dating back to the 1940s in six warehouses in the country’s

east and transform them into usable arms, the Times reports.

‘We are fighting the biggest battle in North Africa. It’s as important as Syria and Iraq.

And yet we are fighting with ancient patchwork arms,’ a Special Forces

Commander told them.

Fadel al-Hassi claimed Islamic State and other extremist groups are well armed,

well trained and their numbers are worryingly increasing.

Libyan-based Oryx Blog has collected images of bizarre contraptions shared

on social media, including those of double-barreled, 30mm naval guns mounted

on the backs of trucks.

Force: Other images - which claim to show Libya Dawn weaponry but have not been verified - show rockets being fired from barrels fixed atop rusty jeeps (pictured)

Force: Other images – which claim to show ‘Dawn Libya’ weaponry

but have not been verified –

show rockets being fired from barrels fixed atop rusty jeeps (pictured)

Protected: The makeshift trucks constructed by Libya's armed forces (pictured) - armed with machine guns that fire 700 rounds a minute - also have a metal casing to protect the driver

Protected: The makeshift trucks constructed by Libya’s armed forces (pictured) –

armed with machine guns that fire 700 rounds a minute –

also have a metal casing to protect the driver.

Armed: Half of this turret was supposedly cut away to allow Libya Dawn forces to aim and access munitions more easily

Armed: Half of this turret was supposedly cut away to allow ‘Dawn Libya’ forces

to aim and access munitions more easily.

Salvaged: Oryx claims that Libya Dawn equips its vehicles with  a double-barreled 35mm naval gun (pictured) taken from the British-built frigate which was scrapped in the 1990s

Salvaged: Oryx claims that ‘Dawn Libya’ equips its vehicles with a double-barreled

35mm naval gun (pictured) taken from the British-built frigate which was scrapped in the 1990s.

Deadly: Some images appear to show Libyan militia soldiers (pictured) loading missiles into a multiple rocket launcher 

Deadly: Some images appear to show Libyan militia soldiers (pictured) loading missiles

into a multiple rocket launcher

It claims the guns – which were supposedly picked off defunct warships and can fire

700 rounds a minute – were originally used ‘to shoot down incoming missiles and aircraft’.

The rotating turret – armed with the massive machine gun – sits directly behind the cab

which is surrounded by metal casing to protect the driver.

ISIS has exploited the violent power struggle between the government troops –

who have resorted to using such vehicles – and rebel factions by seizing a number

of towns across Libya’s coast.

The terror group announced its presence in the country this February by releasing

a shocking video in which 21 Coptic Christians were beheaded on a Libyan beach.

And only yesterday, 23 Islamic State fighters reportedly died during fierce clashes

with ‘Dawn Libya’ near Sirte – the home town of Libya’s Mu’ammar al-Qathafi,

which is currently under DAASH control.

There has been sporadic fighting between the islamic State of DAASH

and ‘Dawn Libya’  for over two months,

according to a spokesman for the Libya-based group.

Scraps: The Libyan army salvaged two AK-230 machine guns from a Natya-class warship (pictured) before it sunk due to lack of maintenence

Scraps: The Libyan army salvaged two AK-230 machine guns from a

Natya-class warship (pictured) before it sunk due to lack of maintenence.

Powerful: Oryx claims a truck belonging to Libya Dawn (pictured) driving through Libya in early April carried a 76mm machine gun

Powerful: Oryx claims a truck belonging to ‘Dawn Libya’ (pictured)

driving through Libya in early April carried a 76mm machine gun.

Construction: Libyan government soldiers transform weapons dating back to the 1940s in six warehouses in the country's east and transform them into usable arms

Construction: In six warehouses in Libya’s east, government soldiers transform

weapons dating back to the 1940s into usable arms (one such factory allegedly pictured)

The anti-government terrorist faction, which currently controls Libya’s capital Tripoli and large

cities like Misurata, has also been constructing creative weapons of destruction.

‘Dawn Libya’ has its own workshops in Misurata, where it has access to Libya’s biggest

metal factory and can reportedly manufacture bullets.

It salvaged ‘large numbers’ of surface-to-air missiles found the vast amount of land

it controls – and began fixing them to the backs of vans and trucks, Oryx reports.

They claim ‘Dawn Libya’  has been using the weapons as surface-to-surface rockets.

Adding: ‘The original missile only packs a 60 kilograms heavy warhead, which is

enough to heavily damage or destroy a potential aerial target but far too light

for doing any substantial damage when used in the surface-to-surface role.

‘The warhead might also have been replaced by a regular high explosive one,

which is more effective than the original high-explosive warhead designed

to wreck aircraft.’

 —

Islamic State’s expansion in Libya was helped by this breakdown

of state authority and by occupying Sirte over the past four months,

they have claimed a major city in the centre of the country.

In Libya, the group deploys locally-recruited fighters, led by envoys

sent from Syria and Iraq. Those include Libyans returned from fighting

on Syrian and Iraqi frontlines, steeped in the group’s ethos of extreme

WAHHABI- terrorism and violence.

Their gains in Libya, just across the sea from Italy, are worrying European

governments and north African neighbours. But so far Western countries,

which are bombing Islamic State positions in Syria and Iraq, have steered clear

of that sort of intervention in Libya.

Thursday, 26 February 2015

The Libyan National Army going DIY: AK-230 naval guns mounted on trucks

The many arms depots found in Libya have provided the many forces now fighting for

control over Libya easy access to sophisticated weaponry. The lack of spare parts and

technical personnel has meant that only a portion of such heavy weaponry re-entered

service however. The imposed arms embargo on Libya’s internationally recognised

government prevents the acquisition of large numbers of new arms and spare parts

for Libya’s Armed Forces. This while one of the many opposing factions, ‘Dawn Libya’,

is known to receive arms from several countries in the MENA region.

This forced the Libyan National Army (LNA) to look for creative

solutions to provide the required amount of firepower for its troops.

And while the Libyan Conflict has seen the birth of many outright

strange vehicle conversions over the years, the LNA in Benghazi

took the contest to a whole new level by installing 30mm naval guns on trucks.

The first product of this limited series (seen above)

combined a recently delivered Kamaz 6×6

with a double-barreled 30mm AK-230 naval gun originally

found on Soviet fast attack craft,

minesweepers and frigates. The AK-230’s original task

was to shoot down incoming missiles

and aircraft while guided by a MR-104 Drum Tilt radar.

To allow for easier access to the guns and munition,

the turret was removed.

The two 30mm NN-30 cannons are belt-fed, with each belt

holding five-hundred rounds. Reloading the two cannons

is extremely time-consuming, even for an experienced crew.

The Libyan National Army is currently fighting ‘Dawn Libya’

in Benghazi, where the latter is currently entrenched

in the hope to hold the city.

Dawn Libya’ was in control of most of Benghazi, but never managed

to capture the port, which also serves as a base to to the Libyan Navy.

Benghazi’s Naval Base was home to the Koni-class frigate 212 Al Hani,

the Nanuchka-class corvette 416 Tariq-Ibn Ziyad, one of the few

remaining Natya-class minesweepers and an inoperational

Foxtrot-class submarine. However, the Al Hani left Benghazi

a couple of years ago and the Tariq-Ibn Ziyad was set on fire

by artillery and subsequently sunk.

The single Natya-class minesweeper already sunk close to a year

before due a lack of maintenance, but not before it was deprived

of both of its AK-230 gun emplacements, which were subsequently

installed on the Kamaz and Scania trucks.

The remains of the unfortunate Natya-class minesweeper can be seen below.

Both trucks are operated by the 309 Battalion,

part of the Libyan National Army. The text seen on the

front of the AK-230 armed Scania seen below reads:

‘Board of the General Staff – The National Army K 309’.

Whether or not this design is more practical than a

23mm ZU-23 or 30mm M1980 installed on a technical

remains to be seen as both can achieve more or

less the same fire rate and impact on the target,

but the AK-230 is far harder to aim.

With no ceasefire or end of the arms embargo on

Libya’s National Army in sight, more interesting conversions

are sure to see the light of day as the conflict continues.

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Posted by at 17:49

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SIRTE:

 

 

‘Rouge Valley directly’:
Terrorism forces in Sirte, are planning to attack and occupy the oil port …

 —

Eye axis passing day
Two wounded and the death of four members of the impact of a land-mine explosion:
1. Sadiq Sadiq Abdul Salam Barasi
2. Ahmed Sharif al-Vaida
3. Nasser Awad reinforced
4. Awad Mohammed Bou Said
And the injury of both:
1. Imad Ali Salem
2. Nice Jawad

BENGHAZI:

 

The LIBYAN AIRFORCE warplanes targeted the dens of

terrorism at the center of the river through Bsrthout-saad

of smoke plumes from there.

 

….

 

Funeral Martyr Adel Mohammed Tabgay also

Usith to wrap his body in pure science (the flag of Cyrenaica/ Gently)

such as Cyrenaica‘s Omar al-Mokhtar.olm aged over 18 from Benghazi ,


gently Ross Dhanah pay a price for Astorteurha and dignity

of the blood of their sons ,,,

God’s mercy on the martyr of these deserve praise.

YouThunderbolt majority Stsakhm in the field,

Allah willing, to forward ….. oh Hlha
(“Knight and Men”)

Mu and 'Thunderbolt' green

‘Black Libyan resistance’

In Nmadj comment on some news is Bjdiat names nicknames

are free Otcol Bs in fact it is the content of speech rats.
In a story on the Benghazi Nzlnah already commented on them

many people and after we got the news of significant progress

for the army boarded tribes live in the corner in the beautiful
Iaodi Bahi and need the salvation of the most important news

and you are 100% owners of the interim Tarqat Mutua Bhsartkm
And totally Deroa reports Kivkm Kev phaim fberaar
# Note:
Our word to prompt group I lied inhabit close to here and

in his Omenzl news writes ‘Knight and Men’ minus.

 

في نمادج يعلقوا على بعض الأخبار بجديات غير بأسمائهم المستعاره أتقول أحرار بس في الواقع ومن مضمون الكلام ‫#‏جرذان‬
وفي خبر على بنغازي سبق ونزلناه علق عليهم كم شخص وبعد نزلنا خبر تقدم ملحوظ لجيش القبائل طلعوا يسكنوا في الزاويه وفي الجميل

ياودي باهي وخلاص أهم حاجه أخبارنا 100% وأنتم أصحاب الطارقات المؤقت موتوا بحسرتكم
وبالمره ديروا بلاغات كيفكم ‫#‏كيف_بهايم_فبراير‬

‫#‏ملاحظه‬:
كلامنا موجه لجماعة كذب أنا نسكن قريب من هنا وفي صفحته أمنزل الخبر ناقص يكتب فارس ورجال ،

Dans son développement judge révélées sur

certaines des nouvelles alphabet non à leurs

noms emprunté des vous dites libres,

mais dans la réalité et de la teneur de parler ‪#‎des‬ rats.
Et à lui à benghazi déjà à la maison et nous

avons suspendu leur combien de personnes

et après chez lui des progrès notables de

l’armée de tribus ont terrer dans le coin et dans le magnifique.

, udi bahi et fidélité plus besoin de vous dire de 100 % et vous

êtes les propriétaires de la provisoire mourrez votre bonne
Et pour lui tournez communications comment combien

#‎comment‬ _ à mannheim _ février.

‫#‏ملاحظه‬:
Nos paroles orientée vers la cedeao a menti. je suis vit près d’ici

et dans sa page que la maison de pain,

moins il écrit un chevalier et les hommes.

Libyan Army members on a tank in battered Benghazi

LAITHI:
Champions ‘gently’ battalion (Cyrenaica) of ‘115 Prairie al-Mjehvlh’  

advancing in the streets of Laithi ..

O Allah, grant victory to ‘gently’ Champions.

 

 

______________________

al-JUFRA:

'Roma Libya' militias at al-Jufra base

 

The withdrawal of militias ‘Roma Libya’ from their positions in the

province and cities of al-Jufra.

Story of DAASH in the City of al-Jufra:

In its name battalion combat the negative phenomena

for Babah ‘Dawn Libya’ militias led by

Sufian called Mazen The Atharb’ with Ktaib Misurata,

who commanded against Daash in the city of Sirte.
and after the withdrawal of ‘Dawn Libya’ from Sirte,

go Ansahbu group of al-Jufrah with them.

And ‘DAASH’tomorrow Badechlo City al-Jufra,

to catch all the  negative combative members

employed in the phenomena of the ‘battalion Hun’.

All Liberals please Exercise caution, and Onwards…

Mnnadif Nsbn dust Ngtun_
_ Nadhan Aalli much Bihn Vatun
Arjua to forward to

(“The Earthquake compassionate”)

‘Daash’ intervention forces came to the cities of al-Jufra without

any resistance, and the withdrawal of militias ‘Roma Libya’ to Misurata. 

Declare a state of public radio across the horn

local al-Jufra for jihad against the terrorist organization ‘Daash’

after the entry of a large number of them to the cities of al-Jufra.

Astgath appeals by residents and ‘Radio al-Jufra’ and the state of confusion within the cities of al-Jufra and the organization Daash has besieged the cities of the Province of al-Jufra, with case of Nfoor by the population.

Lord saves the Liberal and innocent !

(“Knight and Men”)

HUN:

SUKNA GATE, near HUN, in al-JUFRA

“DAASH” organizing terrorist forces outskirts of the city of Hun,

in tha al-JUFRA region now.

DAN:

administrative center in al-Jufra

Organization “Daash” simplifies the control of the

city hospital of Dan (Province of al-Jufra).

Tbra O Jardan Aasarkm lied.

___________________________________________________________________

 

EGYPT:

Al-Sisi: The balance sheet

President Abdel-Fattah al-Sisi’s record after a year in office

will hog all the headlines in the next few days.

Gamal Essam El-Dinreports:

Sisi airbourne 2015

 

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http://weekly.ahram.org.eg/News/12362/19/Troubled-tribal-talks.aspx

Issue No.1248, 28 May, 2015      27-05-2015 06:16PM ET

Troubled tribal talks

LIBYAN TRIBES meet in Cairo for Talks

A failed meeting of Libyan tribes in Cairo highlights

Egypt’s dangerous misreading of the complexities and

power balances existing on the ground, writes Kamel Abdallah.

Organisers of the conference of Libyan tribes in Cairo have announced a three-day suspension of activities following its inaugural session at 5:00pm on Monday. The reason given was that the representatives of the tribes in western and southern Libya had been prevented from attending this session due to the interruption in flights to Egypt from these areas. This contradicts earlier statements by the organisers only hours before the conference opened to the effect that more than 400 persons representing all Libyan tribes had already arrived aboard special flights to Egypt coming from Zintan in the west and passing through Tobruk in the east on their way to Egypt. In itself this sheds some light on the efficacy of the participant parties.

The ambiguity surrounding the fate of the meeting of the Libyan tribes could reflect negatively on the host country and detract from its ability to communicate with the Libyan social components to which it is linked by ancient bonds in the interests of promoting understandings that could help restore calm in Libya. In addition, conflicting statements by organisers are indicative of poor organisation and lack of consistency.

The major tribes in Libya have expressed their appreciation of the Egyptian position. However, they have refused to meet abroad and stressed in statements issued shortly before the due meeting that the participants there did not represent them. This refusal places the conference organisers and the Egyptian government in an awkward position and reveals how difficult it is to count on tribal cohesion against the current backdrop of strife in Libya.

Although the organisers also announced that representatives from the Arab League, the EU, the UN, the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) and other international organisations would be on hand, this too turned out to be no more than press statements. The UN Special Mission in Libya (UNSMIL) has not yet issued any official statements on the conference, in spite of recent mentions that Marsa Matrouh would host a meeting of the tribes as one of the four main tracks of the Libyan dialogue, designated during the first dialogue sessions in January earlier this year.

The parties opposed to the Egyptian-sponsored meeting of the tribes hold that its aim is to support the positions and interests of certain Libyan forces over others. This does not benefit Libyan social components and Libya in general, said sources contacted by ‘al-Ahram Weekly’.

Egypt attaches great importance to the Libyan tribes and believes that they can contribute considerably to the restoration of security and stability to Libya. Cairo’s decision to host a meeting of Libyan tribes for the second time this week is consistent with and supports this position. But on top of poor organisation, the meeting was marred by divisions between the participant parties, the lack of a unified vision, and conflicts between their diverse tribal affiliations and political outlooks with regard to the current polarised situation in Libya.

More importantly, the participants to not represent the truly influential parties in Libya, or even the major tribes that warned in strongly worded statements only a day before the Cairo meetings were to convene that they would punish persons who claim to represent them.

It therefore appears that the Egyptian vision regarding the role of the Libyan tribes in the current crisis is considerably short sighted. The reason for this is because those responsible for formulating Egyptian policy on this matter lack an accurate perception of the Libyan crisis and this shortcoming has eventually led Egypt into become a major party in this crisis. So think the major influential tribes, which have stressed that they would not take part in any meetings outside the country to bring the Libyan tribes together.

The Egyptian-sponsored meeting of the Libyan tribes in Cairo this week was arranged by Hassouna Tatanaki, one of the most powerful Libyan businessmen in eastern Libya. Highly influential among the tribes in Cyrenaica, Tatanaki enjoys good relations with officials in Cairo and Abu Dhabi. It was he who transported the youth from various tribes who were in the greatest attendance in the Cairo meetings, in addition to other individuals who are affiliated with the former GREAT JAMAHIRIYA.

As for the boycotting tribes, these included much to the surprise of some observers the five major tribes in Cyrenaica: Al-Obeidat, Al-Hassa, Al-Baraesa, Al-Dersa and Al-Magharba. In the west, among the major tribes that also refused to attend the meetings abroad were the Warfalla, Tarhouna, Maqarha, Qadhadhfa, Zintan, Mujabra, Awlad Suleiman, the tribes of Sirte, the Amazigh and the Tuareg tribes, the Awlad Youssef, as well as the tribes from Misurata, Tripoli, Gharian and Zawiya.

In addition, many fail to appreciate the extent of change in Libyan social structures in recent years.

The tribe, although still a fundamental pillar of Libyan social organisation, has lost a considerable degree of the dominant authority it once held over its members. Evidence of this is to found in a closer inspection of the makeup of the major tribes that currently are among the most influential in political equations. These actually consist of a group of tribal alliances rather than a single kinship lineage, such as is the case with the Warfala tribes, by far the largest tribal grouping in Libya.

The urgency of a real and effective solution to the Libyan crisis compels all stakeholders at home and abroad to develop a precise and detailed portrait of the situation, which entails, firstly, an examination of the parties to the crisis, their position and their actual weight on the ground, and secondly, the realisation that an effective solution is contingent on reordering social and political situations in a peaceful manner. Towards this end it is important to disengage situations from their regional linkages so as to enable Libyans to determine the system of government that suits them as well as the type of state, which is effectively missing at present in Libya in spite of all political facades, which are without use and have been the major cause for spiralling polarisation and violence in the country.

It appears that Egypt, whose regional vision on the Libyan question may soon be on a collision course with that of its regional allies, is attempting to capitalise on the tribal card, in light of demographic links across the Western Desert, in order to bolster support for its idea of building the Libyan army as the fulcrum of a new political order in Libya. It believes that securing the support of Libyan tribes for this idea will give it greater influence in Libya. However, current realities in the country clash with this idea, which ignores the fact that military men in Libya are as divided as the rest of the country, as well as the fact that the terrorist-militias men fighting for the ‘Dawn Libya’ operation outnumber those on the side of General Khalifa Hftar, who is supported by Egypt.

Egypt is also trying to persuade Algeria, Libya’s western neighbour, which is also harmed by fallout from the deterioration in Libya, to change its opinion on the crisis and the Libyan factions. Perhaps the recent visit to Algiers by Egyptian Foreign Minister Sameh Fahmi earlier this week included another attempt to bridge views with Algeria on the Libyan crisis. However, Algeria is still committed to a peaceful solution formulated in way that will save the face of Libyan factions. Also, Algiers is hosting the dialogue between Libyan political parties and activists, which is also one of the tracks sponsored by UNSMIL.

Libyan social components have multiplied and changed numerous times since the fall of the GREAT JAMAHIRIYA. Some changes apply across the board, while others are more localised. There are now Shura Councils and Councils of Wise Men, which are regarded by supporters of the MAJLIS al-Nuwaab in Tobruk, and by General Hftar, as socio-political wings of the Libyan Muslim Brotherhood.

There was also another Council of Wise Men in Libya, although it lost its efficacy soon after it was created in 2012 due to disputes between its members. Most of these went on to create the Council of Libyan Notables for Reconciliation, which is the only social entity in the country that has remained coherent in the face of political and security storms.

It is also the only organised entity to enjoy a relatively high degree of general approval in Libya, especially as it enjoins its members not to mix politics with social concerns. Additionally, it is the only entity that has an influential presence on the ground, especially in the west and south where it has succeeded in settling many crises between social contingents.

In addition to the foregoing entities, there are tribal entities known as the ‘social councils’, which are an extension of the ‘people’s social committees system’ introduced by the GREAT JAMAHIRIYA in the 1990s.

On another track in the Libyan dialogue, UNSMIL has sent out official invitations to representatives of elected local and municipal councils to resume their dialogue, which will meet for the third time in Tunisia on 28 May. UN Envoy to Libya Bernardino Leon who had met with the Libyan factions in Skhirat, Morocco, to discuss their reactions to a draft solution to the Libyan crisis will present details of those discussions to participants in the meeting in Tunisia.

Libyan passport

Egypt prevent the entry of Libyans living with new passports:

dat blue and bearing the handwritten data.

_______________________________________

BELGIUM:

BRUSSELS:

 

Bernard Levy gets less than he deserves at Brussels, belgium Church 'Saint - Loup'

 Video footage at:

https://www.facebook.com/568618173273213/videos/vb.568618173273213/649639468504416/?type=2&theater

‎هل ستطلب حكومتي العملاء في طرابلس وطبرق من بلجيكا بالأعتذار جراء ماتعرض له برنارد هنري ليفي المتحصل على الجنسية الليبية من اهانة في احدى محاضراته في بلجيكا اليوم السبت 30/05/2015 ..</p>
<p>المقطع 31 ثانية‎

00:32

هل ستطلب حكومتي العملاء في طرابلس وطبرق من بلجيكا بالأعتذار جراء ماتعرض له برنارد هنري ليفي المتحصل على الجنسية الليبية من اهانة في احدى محاضراته في بلجيكا اليوم السبت 30/05/2015 ..

المقطع 31 ثانية

BRAVO!

Beaten eggs and refreshments on Bernard Henri-Levy

in ‘Saint-Luke’ church in Brussels, describing him as

‘supportive of terrorism and to Daash maker and destroyer of nations’.

 

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