the start of “RAMADAN”:
Bless you all
Ramadan presents the perfect opportunity to recharge our spiritual batteries for the year.
a very special Ramadan this year:
a Green Mosque for the Great Jamahiriya:
This is a very good example why Mu’ammar al-Qathafi insisted only on the Holy Qur’an, and no ‘HADATH’ or any texts written by men in power as the Ulami of the WAHHABI !
“DAASH” Prevent women from performing Tarawih prayers in mosques because of threats of: blowing up any mosque where women are present !!
Palestinian Muslim women pray inside the Dome of the Rock Mosque, during the first Friday prayers of the holy fasting month of Ramadan in the ‘al-Aqsa Mosque’ ...
The word of Sheikh Dokali world to the Libyan people
on the occasion of holy month of Ramadan this is the
right of religious discourse proper words Mufti this real state …
word of Sheikh Dokali world to the Libyan people on the occasion of holy month of Ramadan
‘Room Operations Zintan’ 17 \ 06 \ 2015
كلمة فضيلة الشيخ الدوكالي العالم إلى الشعب الليبي بمناسبة شهر رمضان المبارك. 176\2015
al-Soynet and the lattice and the landfill,
are all under the control of the honorable sons of AJEELAT.
The reconciliation agreement between ‘Zintan and al-Rajaban’ accorded with Sabratha and Surman and Ajeelat, inside the city of Sabratha is sealed with the required signatures.
‘Room Zintan operations’:
Enter one of the Army battalions from the sons of Ajeelat city, to their city, after the agreement signed in SABRATHA.
Our troops enter the city of Ajeelat In the meantime, amid very welcome by parents.
City Ajeelat under the control of our forces (but in reality,not entirety) and Gary deal with the remnants of Jertam and combing the city for the remaining rogues.
Some young people from the market area Andmona to the brigade Orouba fighter and there secretly track the militias want to hand itself on condition of Accessories.
‘Murad science science Dar’, writes:
“Aaohror Anchaouallah forward to my Lord Allah helps and Muammar and Libya over the ups and reactionary al-Mends.
Kaza Blanka, says:
“Guha Hlha, the Men of Muammar al-Qathafi”
CITY of FIVE:
The City is FREE !!!!!
News from inside Bani Walid, and Allah knows !
The release of the captive ‘Abdullah Barghouti’ from the militias corner prisons of 2012 ‘Resolution No. 7’ concerning Bani Walid
Thank Allah for his safety and the consequence for the rest of the family InshaAllah
(“The quake compassionate”)
PICTURE: The invasion and siege of BANI WALID led by Nuri Abu Busamein (BUSHMAN) 2012
Libyan Colonel Confident Of Victory Over DAASH
The commander of one of the key operations to rid Benghazi of Islamic State militants insists the eastern Libyan city is on the brink of victory in its battle against extremists.
Colonel Ali el-Mahdi, who is in charge of Operation Benina, told Sky News that he was confident of clearing the city of ‘DAASH’ fighters within eight weeks.
He was speaking as the sound of gunfire and mortar shelling rattled around us.
Sometimes the Libyan soldiers are close enough to see the long-bearded extremists in buildings opposite their positions.
The extremists once controlled large sections of Benghazi but are now holding out in only small pockets.
“Benghazi is key. Then other parts will be easy (to clear),” Colonel el-Mahdi said.
Earlier this week, the Pentagon announced a US airstrike had struck a gathering of extremist commanders in Ajdabiya, a few hours drive away from Benghazi. The Libyan Airforce claims they made the strike ! ‘Ansar al-Sharia’ (now part of the ‘Daash’ organisation) denies that Moktar Belmoktar was killed. The USA has a habit of making false information distributed to the public.
It is the first time though, that there has been a public admission of a U.S. strike inside Libya since the CIA-led terrorist dominated ‘uprising’ in 2011, which toppled and destroyed the ‘Great Jamahiriya’.
It has certainly bolstered confidence on the front lines.
“Just ten days ago, this building, this area, was under their (DAASH / IS) control,” Colonel el-Mahdi said.
“But we have pushed them back.”
We are taken by the Libyan Army through streets with devastated buildings on either side.
“This is ‘Daash’ (I.S.), this is Daash, that is Daash,‘ the soldier driving us says over and over again, referring to the devastation left caused by I.S. (DAASH) extremists.
The sections of the city we saw are wrecked. Benghazi has taken a battering.
“Most of it is calm now,” says Colonel el-Mahdi.
Yet we were told, that because we are foreign journalists, the city is too unsafe for us to stay overnight, or roam around unaccompanied by the Libyan Army.
The Libyan Army is supporting the internationally-recognised government based in nearby Tobruk. General Khalifa Hftar was made commander of the forces in March.
He is a controversial figure who was once Colonel al-Qathafi’s chief-of-staff, exiled, then returning to Libya.
He is seen by many in the east as the sole potential military-saviour of a fragmented Libya. Hftar is loyal to the ‘MAJLIS al-Nuwaab'[Council of Deputies]: the only ‘Governmental-body of deputies’ the international community recognises, which, as setup, is confined mostly to Tobruk, Casablanca (by the ABRAQ al-BAYDA International airport) and the environs.
SOUSSE, TOBRUK, TOKRH / PRECISE, DERNA & THE TUBER:
MAJLIS al-NUWAAB deputy in RUSSIA:
‘Room Zintan operations’, reporting
al-Qoara athrk bakoh:
Dr. Omar al-Qoara in Russia on 22-JUNE to
discuss Russian-Libyan cooperation in the areas of
Information and Culture; and, will also discuss with
Russian officials about how fast to support the Libyan Army
in its battle fateful against terrorism and for
the liberation of the capital Tripoli from criminal gangs.
Omar al-Qoara word to Misurata and the Libyan people today:
The American Fundamentalists and the WAHHABI:
The Nurturing of the ‘Muslim’ Brotherhood and its consequences
The following is edited from “theburningbloggerofbedlam” of 10 APRIL 2015:
The highly suspect Navy Seals (so-called) ‘assassination of bin Laden, on 30 May 2011, was in fact ‘carried out’ on that exact date simply to bury the news of Muammar al-Qathafi’s youngest son and three infant grandchildren having been murdered in a NATO bombing on the same day; and, curiously, members of the Navy Seal team that carried out the (so-publicized) ‘hit’ on Bin Laden in Abbotabad, Pakistan, were ‘themselves killed in an accident some months later’.
It brings to mind of the great Muammar al-Qathafi’s claims in 2011 that extremists sent back to Libya from America’s Guantanamo Bay prison in Cuba were hugely involved in the bloody uprising against him. I had personally wondered for a long time why the US was keeping so many ‘terror suspects’ in Cuba (many of them without charge) for so long and, it turns out, subjecting them to torture in many instances; it seemed to serve little purpose other than to radicalise (or further inflame, in the case of those detainees who may have genuinely been terrorists) the detainees. By the same token, it was known that many of the armed rebels terrorising Syrian towns at the outset of the country’s ‘civil war’ were death-row inmates released from Saudi prisons. On the subject of Libya, however, it was also clear from multiple accounts that a number of the so-called ‘Libyan rebels’ were jihadists from the US Occupation of Iraq, quite possibly including ‘Camp Bucca’ inmates (it is also an established fact that many of the jihadists fighting against The Great Jamahiriya and al-Qathafi in Libya were then channeled into Syria to fight the Syrian government forces and therefore likely that some of these were what we now call ‘DAASH/ISIS/ISIL’).
It is entirely possible, given the evidence, that ‘Guantanamo detainees were deliberately sent back to Libya with a mission to unleash chaos in that country and paid-off attempt to murder al-Qathafi, and it is equally possible that ‘Camp Bucca’ was used to ferment the sectarian conflict in Iraq, Syria and the Middle East for the purposes of everything that has since followed in the region.
The Wahhabi ‘Islamic State’ and the ‘Zionist State’ can be argued to be different sides of a similar coin, both being creations of Western masterminds with a totally distorted (unbelievably mis-interpreted) sense of ‘religion’ and the truth; and both forcibly imposed onto lands that did not consent to their takeover.
‘Israel’ exists because groups of extremely powerful people and institutions think Biblical scripture is somehow a valid basis for modern nation-building and international Geo-politics. The ‘Islamic State’ of Iraq and the Levant exists because extremely powerful people and institutions, have supported and funded gang-members, criminals, mercenaries, jihadists and terrorists as a somehow fair basis for mass murder.
Geo-political Zionism; specifically how right-wing (and mostly American) Christian Zionism is obsessed with ‘End Times’ fever and ‘the Rapture’ (completely ignoring the fact that the Book of Revelations had nothing to do with events two-thousands years in the future, but was a commentary on contemporary 1st century affairs in the Jewish/Roman world). This obsession may have somewhat informed the Neo-Con obsession with Biblical ‘Babylon’ (modern Iraq), but is also one of the chief reasons Israel is regarded as inviolable and beyond reproach: not because it is ‘the only democracy in the Middle East’ as we’re repeatedly told, but because it fulfills Jewish religious expectations and simultaneously plays into Christian end-times expectations too.
In a horrendously perverse way, the criminal, terrorist enterprise that is ‘Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant’ may be argued to have about as much ‘legitimacy’ as the State of Israel does: bear in mind that we’re looking at Israel right now as an established nation that has existed for some 70 years or so, but if we look at some of the turmoil, outcry and ‘birth pains’ that surrounded the original imposition of the Israeli state in Palestine in the early twentieth century, I tend to wonder if 70 years from now the fake, misguided ‘state’ that the psychopathic jihadists are illegally carving out in Syria Iraq, and North Africa, will be an established, ‘protected’ state too; on future maps, right next to the imposed ‘Jewish homeland’ in former Palestine will we be looking at an imposed ‘Islamic homeland’ in what was formerly a multi-cultural Syria and Iraq and North Africa?
One thing I know, is that most of the people guiding and determining the Geo-political fabric of the world today, should be locked up in mental institutions.
The False ‘Christian/Zionist’ Fable of the temple Mount:
Mu’ammar Mohammed bin Abdul Salam Abu Hamid bin Humaid bin Minyar Nil Kadhafi Qahsa
(taken from an Essay by ROBERT A. NELSON)
the following is edited from:
“Sectarian Warfare: Is YEMEN Being Attacked to Protect aL-QAEDA…?”
Posted: 05 April 2015, by “theburningbloggerofbedlam“
(IT WAS NECESSARY TO EDIT, as the ‘original’ has numerous ‘errors’.)
As the Saudi-led coalition continues to drop bombs on Houthi targets in Yemen, involving outside forces and interests once again in a Middle Eastern civil war, there are several points and questions that emerge from behind the narrative of ‘Operation Decisive Storm’.
Yes, this is a proxy war led covertly by the USA, involving publicly the Saudi-aligned powers.
Within just the first few hours of these current Saudi-led attacks in Yemen, the raids hit positions in the country’s capital Sana’a and reportedly flattened a number of homes near the international airport — killing at least 18 civilians and wounding 24 others, according to Yemen’s Health Ministry. Saudi-owned ‘al-Arabiya News’ reported that the kingdom had deployed 100 fighter jets, 150,000 soldiers and other navy units in what is being called ‘Operation Decisive Storm’.
Just days before the Saudi bombing operations began, U.S. officials confirmed Washington had evacuated its remaining personnel from Yemen, including about 100 special operations forces, because of ‘deteriorating security’. This withdrawal marked a further reversal in America’s longstanding operations against al-Qaeda in Yemen, which just recently President Obama had been rather oddly declaring a great success. But then those kinds of grand statements utterly divorced from reality are to be expected; we could all laugh at George W. Bush’s statement about the great “success” of the Iraq War or Obama’s congratulations to Libyans for their ‘great victory for democracy’ in the 2011 ‘uprising’, were it not for the fact that none of of is funny.
Most extraordinary of all, The Washington Post reported on 17 March 2015, that the Pentagon had ‘lost sight of’ some 500 million dollars worth in ‘counter-terrorism aid’ given to Yemen. That’s quite a big thing to have ‘lost sight of’. Those with reasonably-functioning memories will recall how reminiscent this might be of DAASH/ISIS/ISIL’s appropriation of millions of dollars’ worth of American military hardware at the outset of their invasion of Iraq last summer – something that the U.S. appeared to do nothing to prevent.
Again, let’s just process this information: “the Pentagon is unable to account for more than million in U.S. military aid given to Yemen.” This means essentially military equipment and offensive weaponry, among other things. Where has all of that stuff gone?
Is, in fact, all of this missing U.S. military aid due to end up in the hands of al-Qaeda, just as that vast amount of U.S. military property ended up in the hands of DAASH/ISIS/ISIL last summer? And is this Saudi-led campaign in the process of essentially strengthening al-Qaeda in Yemen?
After years of deep involvement in the country (under the auspices of a prolonged ‘counter terrorism’ programme), the U.S. decided to withdraw its personnel from Yemen just days before the Saudi-led attacks begun.
So again, is Yemen being handed to al-Qaeda on a plate just as Iraq was handed to DAASH/ISIS/ISIL (which, as it happens, was beloved by numerous analysts to in fact simply *be* ‘al-Qaeda in Iraq’ anyway with just a simple name-change)? Is the Saudi-led coalition now bombing Yemen in order to protect Saudi Arabia’s and America’s al-Qaeda asset in the region? In fact, a more accurate description than ‘protecting’ al-Qaeda might be ‘saving’ al-Qaeda in Yemen.
al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) is held to be the most active remaining strain of the extremist network; where al-Qaeda has been in decline elsewhere and DAASH/ISIS/ISIL has been in ascendancy as the dominant new ‘brand’ of militant Islamism, Yemen and AQAP has remained the al-Qaeda brand’s key stronghold. And in addition to al-Qaeda, DAASH/ISIS/ISIL also has a presence in Yemen now, which has been established since December and which complicates the scenario even further, making it even more dangerous a situation. You might recall that, among other things, the recent Charlie Hebdo attack was claimed to have been carried out by the Yemeni AQAP, with also one of the Kouachi brothers having allegedly cited Anwar al-Awlaki as a personal mentor. Anwar al-Awlaki, killed in a US drone-strike in Yemen in 2011, was the famous ‘American’ al-Qaeda operative, known to have been a CIA asset and known also to have dined at the White House.
Let’s look at this situation in Yemen properly; the Houthi (named) ‘rebels’, are engaged in campaign against al-Qaeda in Yemen. The recent Houthi siege of the presidential palace, which was a precursor to Saudi intervention in the country, was predicted by analysts to be a move foreshadowing an even more important showdown set to play out 74 miles east of the capital Sanaa, and in the al-Qaeda stronghold of Mareb, where the bulk of the country’s gas reserves are concentrated.
Two things immediately become clear when we observe what’s now happening; (1) the Saudi-led assaults on the Houthi rebels will vastly diminish the Houthis’ ability to combat al-Qaeda or to decisively push al-Qaeda out of the picture (as was reportedly on the verge of happening), and (2) that missing million dollars’ worth of US military aid may be finding its way to al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula and allowing al-Qaeda to launch a major offensive against the Houthis at some time in the near future and make itself dominant in the country.
These attacks are also attacks targeted at the enemies of Al-Qaeda in Yemen; and this coinciding with the Jar Jar Binks style ‘loss’ of million worth of American ‘military aid’ that is going to end up in the hands of al-Qaeda. If I was a betting type, I’d put my shekels on AQ being the beneficiaries of that whopping big whoopsy.
And if you think the idea of the U.S. and its allies militarily intervening to defend al-Qaeda is dubious, just cast your mind back to the farce (sorry, I mean ‘intervention’; no, sorry, I mean War Crime) in Libya in 2011, where NATO forces destroyed Libya’s infrastructure, destroyed the GREAT JAMAHIRIYA form of Direct Democracy in the once sovereign country, and essentially provided air-support for the al-Qaeda takeover of Libyan cities and territories: don’t be naive about any of that – that al-Qaeda takeover of Libyan towns and cities was *planned* and abetted by NATO. The fact that just in the last couple of days it has emerged that al-Qaeda has managed to break out an unspecified number of its members from a Yemeni prison (under the chaotic conditions caused by the Saudi air-strikes) clearly demonstrates the level of danger in Yemen while these Saudi-led attacks are going on: those with good memories might recall that incidents very similar to this occurred in Libya in the early days of the 2011 uprising, where there were orchestrated jail-breaks of al-Qaeda and other terrorist prisoners that the ‘GREAT JAMAHIRIYA’ had behind bars.
But there’s still more to this situation now in Yemen. A story on RT’s website reports that the Houthi ‘rebels’ had just obtained secret Yemeni intelligence documents with details about US-backed counter-terrorism operations, including the names and locations of informants, this being originally reported in the Los Angeles Times which cited American officials as the source.
The documents were apparently stolen when Houthi fighters took over the office of Yemen’s National Security Bureau in the country’s capital Sanaa, which was closely cooperating with the CIA on various ‘anti-terror missions’.
The compromised files reportedly influenced President Obama’s decision to evacuate remaining US personnel from Yemen last weekend, including the 1,000 special operations forces. The evacuation from Yemen of course seriously undermines America’s operations (pro-reportedly) ‘against’ al-Qaeda in the region and might even be perceived as quitting the job; this being after years of repetitive drone-strikes and targeted assassinations that have effectively turned the civilian population against the U.S. and its allies due to the various instances of civilian casualties and ‘collateral damage’.
This report about the seizure of the National Security Bureau building emerged mere hours before Saudi Arabia announced it had launched military operations against Yemeni Houthis. A question arises: did these ‘rebels’ who seized the office discover something particularly damning in regard to the U.S. and the CIA’s operations? Something that provoked the rapid and complete withdrawal of US personnel and the immediate, surprise bombing operations by the Saudis and allegedly nine other countries? Given that there could be any number of particularly dirty CIA secrets regarding its activity in Yemen and in the broader region and its dealings with al-Qaeda, one has to wonder. There is also the implication that intelligence gleaned from this raid by the Houthi might have also found its way to Tehran. This situation now also has the potential to escalate into something much broader and much worse. It’s already further destabilising the already destabilised Middle East,
The Houthi are enemies of al-Qaeda, and are engaged in a campaign to destroy al-Qaeda in Yemen. al-Qaeda receives significant funding from within Saudi Arabia, which happens to be one of America’s and the West’s closest allies.
Iran, like Syria and like pre-invasion Iraq, has never attacked America, or orchestrated terrorist activity against it. Yet Iran is labelled the ‘rogue state’ or ‘terrorist state’, the Saudis and Gulf States are permanently supported, and the Saudis with U.S. backing are now directly attacking the Houthi. Does that make any moral sense?
The ‘maintaining stability’ argument falls completely flat once we remind ourselves of what NATO did in Libya, what the US-led coalition did in Iraq, and what the various states covertly tried to do in Syria. All of that was the exact opposite of ‘maintaining stability’ and was in fact a policy of engineering chaos and conflict. The U.S. invaded Libya and other countries, as Iraq, and instigated a sectarian conflict, giving excessive power to one sect over the other, and then left:
By any logic, that is an utterly insane policy and it pretty much invited the kind of horrific backlash in Yemen as we’ve since seen in Iraq, Syria, the Ukraine, and in Libya.
Iran has condemned the Saudi intervention in Yemen, warning against “short-sighted games” by outside countries that would only lead to “bloodshed” and further loss of life. The Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said,
“Military action from outside of Yemen against its territorial integrity and its people will have no other result than more bloodshed and more death.”
Calling for “urgent dialogue” among the Yemeni factions, …
“We have always warned countries from the region and the West to be careful and not enter short-sighted games and not go in the same direction as al-Qaeda and Daash.”
This now becomes the fourth simultaneous civil war going on in the region along with Syria, Iraq and Libya, with also Egypt arguably already sliding towards its own internal sectarian crisis. A better reading of the situation, however, would be view to all of these crises as facets of the same broader ‘civil war’ arguably occurring as a result of ‘Wahhabi’ and ‘Zionist’ interactions and aspirations .
We’ve already seen how much spillover from the ‘intervention’ in Libya impacted life in Syria and how much spillover from the Syria conflict carried into Iraq, for example; the fighting in Yemen could easily spill over into neighbouring countries including Saudi Arabia itself, which could even eventually threaten Islam’s Holy Cities. The unfettered, loose canon that is ‘DAASH’ would also have the potential to involve itself in these conflicts and make matters even worse. That is a key point to bear in mind here: while the main party to benefit from the Saudi-led assaults in Yemen is al-Qaeda, one of the main parties to benefit from all of this chaos and sectarian fighting in general is ‘DAASH’, which can *thrive* in these kinds of environments, just has it has thrived in Iraq and Syria.
These Proxy Wars have become an absolute catastrophe. One might ask, who are the Saudis ?
The Saudis and the Gulf States are openly backing radical-WAHHABI elements fighting to overthrow the Syrian government.
The Saudi, the Gulf States, Israel, the U.S, NATO, etc., have been arming and aiding proxy militias and terrorists.
This piece by F. William Engdahl should be read in its entirety, providing a fascinating insight into Yemen’s strategic and resource-based interest to various powers. In 2010, Engdahl wrote: ‘In addition to its geopolitical position as a major global oil transit chokepoint, Yemen is reported to hold some of the world’s greatest untapped oil reserves. Yemen’s Masila Basin and Shabwa Basin are reported by international oil companies to contain “world class discoveries.” France’s Total and several smaller international oil companies are engaged in developing Yemen’s oil production. The evidence suggests that the Pentagon and U.S. intelligence are moving to militarize a strategic chokepoint for the world’s oil flows…’
Yemen now faces a major humanitarian problem. Yemen is a dismally poor country; the poorest in fact in the Middle East, despite its apparent richness in natural resources. Those resources are almost certainly a factor in the chaos sweeping the country.
It also becomes increasingly difficult to look at these situations – in Yemen, in Syria, in Iraq, and Libya. We see the actualization of the famous Albert Pike prediction concerning the Third World War, which would be brought about by deliberate agitation of the Zionists and the Wahhabi-world. Some refute the legitimacy of the influential Freemasons spoken-of in Albert Pike’s letter, considered by some to be a forgery; but real or not, it seems to very neatly foresee what would come to pass over the course of three global conflicts, two of which have already occurred.
Again, looking at U.S. policy in Iraq, it seemed more or less *designed* to falsely agitate, amplify or otherwise play upon the sectarian divisions between the Sunni and Shiia populations (where none existed before): creating that situation may indeed have been one of the reasons the US invaded Iraq in the first place. Subsequent inconsistencies and lapses in logic regarding policy in the region might be viewed in the same way; fighting Al-Qaeda in Yemen while arming and aiding Al-Qaeda in Libya, fighting (or so it is claimed) ‘Islamic State militants in Iraq’ while funding Wahhabi ‘rebels’ and extremists in Syria, empowering and propping up Wahhabi forces in Iraq while attacking ‘Shia’ groups in Yemen and demonising Iran…
The list of illogical, contradictory policies and actions goes on and on. Which either suggests an extraordinary level of incompetence or it suggests an orchestrated agenda. It’s clear that a sectarian conflict was orchestrated in Iraq and probably in Syria too. Yemen looks as if it is being used in the same way. The U.S.A. serves to keep the region and the societies in a continual state of destabilisation, inviting continual foreign intervention and involvement and ensuring that those societies don’t have the means to prosper, to build or to control their own resources: any such society that takes control of its own destiny and attains anything approaching self-sufficiency is sabotaged from the outside and put back into a state of dependency – thus the ‘intervention’ in Libya and the proxy war in Syria.
But more than that, as the author and researcher David Icke repeatedly observed:
“The Middle East is the center of the third global conflict they want to create; what they’re doing is creating the circumstances in the Middle East to create this conflict.” One can hardly observe the crises continuously unfolding in the region now and see anything other than this prediction being played out.