VIDEO McCain Backed Libyan Terrorist Abdulhakim Belhaj, Joins Hands with ISIS


VIDEO McCain Backed Libyan Terrorist Abdulhakim Belhaj, Joins Hands with ISIS

by JoanneM

A great article by Kurt Nimmo. More truth about Belhaj, NATO, CIA, John McCain and others who joined hands to illegally destroy the sovereign nation of Libya. As I have reported in the past, Belhaj is the most hated man in Libya.

CIA Asset Joins Islamic State in Libya
Kurt Nimmo
March 4, 2015

Belhadj worked with U.S. and NATO to overthrow Gaddafi

Abdelhakim Belhadj has reportedly joined forces with the Islamic State, according to the journalist Sara Carter. Belhadj is a former al-Qaeda operative who was a key player in the overthrow of Moammar Gaddafi. He worked directly with the U.S. and NATO.

Kyle Shideler writes for The Washington Times:
If Belhadj has gone over to Islamic State, it will represent a major boost to Islamic State’s efforts to co-opt and bring in Libya’s existing jihadist forces under their banner, which now reportedly includes as many as 3,000 fighters. Belhadj’s forces play a significant role in the Islamist “Libyan Dawn” coalition (which includes the Muslim Brotherhood and al Qaeda’s Ansar al-Sharia), which currently holds Tripoli, and which claims to be the rightful government in opposition to the U.N. recognized government of Prime Minister Abdullah al-Thinni.

The Islamic State in Libya is based in Derna, a city in the northeast part of the country. In 2001, it represented “one of the greatest concentrations of jihadi terrorists to be found anywhere in the world, and by some measures can be regarded as the leading source of suicide bombers anywhere on the planet,” according to Webster Tarpley.

It was also “the epicenter of the NATO-backed rebellion,” writes Tony Cartalucci.

In 2011 Abdel-Hakim al-Hasidi, a leading figure of the Derna jihadists, told the Italian newspaper Il Sole 24 Or he had recruited “around 25″ men from the Derna area in eastern Libya to fight against coalition troops in Iraq.

The Telegraph reported on March 25, 2011:

Mr al-Hasidi admitted he had earlier fought against “the foreign invasion” in Afghanistan, before being “captured in 2002 in Peshwar, in Pakistan”. He was later handed over to the US, and then held in Libya before being released in 2008.

Abdelhakim Belhadj’s links to key neocons (as the tweet above reveals) and Abdel-Hakim al-Hasidi’s connection to the CIA-run and Saudi financed war against the Soviet Union in Afghanistan provides further evidence al-Qaeda and its spawn, the Islamic State, formerly ISIS, are intelligence fabrications designed to perpetuate the war on terror and further the geostrategic agenda of the global elite.

Belhadj’s CIA rendition (with the help of British intelligence) and al-Hasidi’s capture by the U.S. reveal both to be intelligence assets.

The presence of the Islamic State in Iraq, Syria and now Libya is a key element in the next phase in the war on terror.

In late February the Islamic State released a video calling for jihadists from Saudi Arabia, Tunisia and Egypt to immigrate to Libya.

Mohammed al-Dairi, the Libyan foreign minister, is calling for direct military intervention against the Islamic State. “I ask world powers to stand by Libya and launch military strikes against these groups,” he said in February. “This threat will move to European countries, especially Italy.”

Article Link: http://www.prisonplanet.com/cia-asset-joins-islamic-state-in-libya.html

WHY ENGLAND AND THE UNITED STATES VETOED IN NOT LIFTING THE SANCTIONS: WEAPONS SALES IS GOOD BUSINESS


WHY ENGLAND AND THE UNITED STATES VETOED IN NOT LIFTING THE SANCTIONS: WEAPONS SALES IS GOOD BUSINESS

Hundreds of tonnes of weapons are pouring into Libya by land, sea and air to fuel its civil war, a UN sanctions committee report came out this week.

In the most comprehensive report ever made public on Libya’s arms imports, a panel of experts set up by the UN Security Council says the country is awash with weapons, unchecked by an international embargo.

The providers include companies from Belarus, Bulgaria, Egypt, Hungary, Ukraine, Greece, Jordan, Sudan, South Africa, United Arab Emirates, Pakistan, Qatar and Turkey.

The report, delivered to the UN Security Council in February and made public, lists weapons imports ranging from pistols to Mig fighter jets, all violating an embargo ordered by the UN in 2011.

It portrays a country in anarchy with militias battling one another amid a rising tide of casualties and the absence of embargo enforcement means “continuing large scale illicit trafficking is inevitable.”  ****(While America, UK, Qatar and Turkey are getting richer with arms dealing and is with the blessing of the UN there is no other explanation why they do not lift the ban so that the National Libyan Army can get rid of the terrorists. In the list that is mentioned above (Egypt and the United Arab Emirates are assisting the National Libyan Army together withe the international recognized government which is situated in Tobruk) and the rest of the list are assisting the Militias ie ISIS/DAESH, LIFG, LIBYAN DAWN, SUNRISE, AL QAEDA, HASSI’s GROUP NAMED ISLAMIC ARMED MOVEMENT AND LETS NOT FORGET THE MUSLIM BROTHERHOOD. The irony of the UN is that its concerned but does nothing to stop it and INSISTS that Al-Thinis government has to sit down and discuss with the terrorists and force a unity…. something that the democratic elected government refuses.)

The report castigate UN member states for poor controls, in one instance recording a passenger telling inspectors he watched ammunition boxes unloaded from an Afriquiya flight on 17 September last year after it arrived in Tripoli from Istanbul. “When passengers protested about their luggage being left behind in Istanbul the militia, controlled a well-known Fajr (Libya Dawn) commander and overseeing he unloading of the boxes, ordered them to leave the airport,” the report says.

Egypt, meanwhile, is accused of sending jets and a helicopter, with photos published indicating Egyptian helicopters are now in use in Libya. The panel noted a “significant increase in the capacity of the air force in the past few months,” saying “while some of the aircraft have been refurbished in Libya it appears that some aircraft and spare parts have been obtained from abroad.” ****(Yes we have to charge Egypt for protecting its borders from the psychopath terrorists of trying to enter Egypt plus we have to charge the for assisting the government to get rid of the terrorists for spoiling their arms dealing and weaving and all these companies are loosing money by Egypt. Shame on you…. ITS NOT ENOUGH THAT THE UN AND NATO DESTROYED LIBYA THEY ARE SHAMELESS IN BEING ANGRY WITH COUNTRIES WHO WANT TO HELP LIBYA TO GET BACK ON ITS OWN TWO FEET.)

Some states are said to be complicit in the trade. “While the Panel is still seeking conclusive evidence, its investigations indicate that military material currently entering Libya is sponsored by a number of (UN) member states,” it concludes. ****(We have sent conclusive evidence to the UN and it does show very clearly that they are sponsored by a number of the UN members states in arming illegally the militias and the Muslim brotherhood just see all the videos of Derna, Tripoli and other smaller cities with new Cruiser Toyota cars and guns and the UN needs more proof, Really??????)

“To date, despite the violations reported in the Panel’s three previous reports, no action has been taken against most of the violators. What is more, some have been involved in further violations.”

Weapons imports include hundreds of tonnes of ammunition and millions of bullets.

The picture it paints of Libya is bleak, saying militias are paid by the state with some also supplementing their income through bank robberies, kidnap-for-ransom and people-trafficking.

One of the many lists in July 2013 order with Belarus for “more than 3,000 tonnes of ammunition for small arms and light weapons. The end-user certificate was signed by Khaled Al-Sharif, [the former deputy defence minister who belongs to Muslim Brotherhood and is very well-connected with terrorist militias also he is a very good friend with Bernard Levi had secret meetings with him in Sabratha] and the deal was brokered by Slobodan Tesic through Chariso Limited.”

Many of the weapons go straight back out again, and have “reinforced the military capacity of terrorist groups operating in different parts of the region, including Algeria, Egypt, Mali and Tunisia.”

The European Union is revealed to have had guns and ammunition sent to its security detail stolen at Tripoli National airport last April including 20 rifles, 70 handguns and 42,000 rounds of ammunition.

The panel accuses the United Nations Special Mission in Libya (UNSMIL) of failing to facilitate travel in Libya for the experts, despite persistent requests.

In evidence that may form the basis of war crimes prosecutions, it names a series of militia leaders in Tripoli responsible for torture and mistreatment in detention centres.

The panel also lays bear the chaos in Libya’s finances, saying that 1.7 million of Libya’s 6 million population are paid by the central bank as public employees, including militia members.

Some successes have been noted, including the seizure by Greece of a Turkish vessel with 1,103 tonnes of ammunition bound for Libya from a Ukrainian company.

The panel calls for the UN to set up a naval “monitoring force” to screen merchant ships for weapons, along with the establishment of “safe areas” to give civilians refuge from attacks.

But to date the UN, which first received the report a month ago, has given no indication of following the recommendations. Nor is it clear what happens next. This is the last report of the sanctions committee. Its tenure was extended under last summer’s UN Security Council resolution 2174, promoted at the time as “tightening” a sanctions regime that its experts say is being comprehensively violated.

FINALLY NATO ADMITS:NATO to overthrow regime of Colonel Muammar Gaddafi was a mistake


FINALLY NATO ADMITS:NATO to overthrow regime of Colonel Muammar Gaddafi was a mistake

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RT Arabic writes:

Said a senior official at NATO, Wednesday, March 4 / March, the NATO military intervention in Libya to topple Colonel Muammar Qaddafi’s regime in 2011 was a mistake.

***(Better late than never to recognize the big mistake NATO and its allies did. Does that mean they are going to pay back the damages? Restore everything as it was? Bring Qaddafi back from the dead? Get rid of the terrorists? Or by admitting their mistake they are preparing for a new attack?)

The official said during talks with members of the Algerian delegation from the National Assembly will visit NATO Beruksl Treaty Organization, the international military intervention in Libya in 2011 was a grave mistake committed by the international community and the Libyans, ruling out a new intervention in Libya.

According to the agency APS, the official has confirmed the absence of follow-up, after the military intervention, in order to stabilize the situation in Libya, stressing that any new intervention will be more difficult than it has been in 2011.

Through the administrator in the context of talking about the NATO is ready to provide support in order to improve the security situation in the Libyan territory. ****(Here NATO is lying because NATO’s bosses which are (F.UK.US) vetoed the lifting of the ban for arming the Libyan military they will only lift it if the government of Tobruk unites with the Muslim Brotherhood/ Daesh/ AlQaeda/HMS which holds captive the Capital of Libya Tripoli. NATO AND THEIR BOSSES know this will never happen as the international recognized government in Tobruk will never accept to sit with TERRORISTS KNOWN WORLDWIDE…. so how will NATO provide support? From my informants in and out of NATO they say the will provide support to Hassi’s illegal government who belongs to ISLAMIC ARMED MOVEMENT(HMS) and Muslim brotherhood which they hold captive Tripoli… so in the long run although they admit their mistake they keep doing the same mistake. They do not want to see Libya independent EVER AGAIN.)

Algerian Minister Delegate in charge of the affairs of the Arab Maghreb and Africa, Abdelkader Messahel, said that the West bears the full responsibility for the outcome of the Libya shambles, stressing that Algeria had repeatedly warned of a military intervention.

Experiencing Libya since the fall of the late Colonel Muammar Gaddafi regime, in 2011, deterioration in the security situation due to the armed conflict between several parties, in addition to the control of armed militias on different areas of the country, and the Libyan scene grew complicated after the emergence of the organization of the Islamic State “Daash” and his quest for control at several places.

Source: RT + “APS”

 

 

West failing in Libya


West failing in Libya

by Richard Galustian

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The barbaric terrorist organisation, Isis (Islamic State) declared its war on Libya and Egypt last week with its ‘Message signed in blood to the Christian nation’.

If there was ever a time for the West to support Libyan Prime Minister Abdullah Al Thinni’s democratically-elected, internationally-recognised government in Tobruk, it should have been now.

In an address to the United Nations Security Council last Wednesday, Libya’s Foreign Minister, Mohammed al-Dairi, called on the international community to help Libya combat Isis by allowing it to build its national army: “This would come through a lifting of the embargo on weapons, so that our army can receive material and weapons, so as to deal with this rampant terrorism.”

Yet, despite this plea to the UN, British Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond said: “The problem is that there isn’t a government in Libya that is effective and in control of its territory. There isn’t a Libyan military which the international community can effectively support.”

He also claimed that “the first condition has to be the creation of a government of national unity… then the international community needs to rally very quickly around that government of national unity and ensure that it has the means to deal with terrorism”.

The demand from London (reiterated by Washington) for a unity government is something that Libyans will inevitably fail to achieve and just buys Isis more time to seize Libyan territory. It represents a gross error of judgement by the UK, in particular, which threatened to use its veto in the UN Security Council.

Don’t the UK and the US realise that recent events in Libya pose a real and imminent threat to Europe and all western interests?

In addition to the obvious arms needed to defeat Isis, there is clearly a requirement by the Libyan air force for air lift transport planes and helicopters if only for humanitarian missions across the length and breadth of the vast country.

In addition, there is a need for used fighters that could be satisfied from friendly Arab countries.

Moreover, there are requirements for fast patrol craft for maritime surveillance operations given the huge numbers of illegal refugees flowing to southern Europe.

So Libya has no time to waste.

In 2013, while attending Idex, the world’ largest defence exhibition in Abu Dhabi, Abd El Nasser Busnina, a senior air force officer and prominent leader of the February revolution four years ago, said: “We have 2,000 kilometres of Mediterranean coastline to defend and six borders with African countries… We need to rebuild our armed forces. The equipment we have is old and in need of repair.”

Those words are as true today as they were two years ago.

It’s interesting to note that Busnina is undergoing advanced officer training at a US war college and will be one of a handful of American-trained officers to return to Libya in 2016.

Russia wants to fill the void left in Libya by the Americans and the British and supply arms directly to Tobruk, something Moscow is already doing indirectly through Egypt.

This helps Russia widen its sphere of influence throughout the Mena region.

It is important to remember that the Libyan air force is mostly of Russian and former Eastern bloc origin.

The US and the UK must alter their policies so that North Africa remains in the Western camp or, alternatively, resign themselves to cede a part of North Africa to Russia and certain EU countries commercially, politically and militarily.

A notable exception in the West is the French, who seem to have understood the dynamics of the Maghreb, in common with the Russians.

Paris, of course, is already fully engaged in the Maghreb and Mena region, from Mali to the Arabian Gulf, with the appropriate force structure, sales and what looks like a thought-out strategy.

France’s coup in selling its Rafale fifth generation fighters to Egypt last week inevitably will create a domino effect of similar extremely valuable contracts for France from other countries in the Middle East.

Libya is the Maghreb country most in immediate danger, with the tragic miscalculation by the West, which continues to talk to Tripoli’s rebel Dawn coalition.

This is coupled with the UK’s and America’s decision to reject the Libyan government’s plea for a lifting of the arms embargo to fight IS and the consequence of trying to impose a ‘unity government’.

This would effectively force the existing democratically-elected Tobruk government to resign, which it will resist, and could be the trigger that starts a process of partitioning the country into two states. Shame and blame on the international community falls squarely on the shoulders of the West if that occurs.

All these developments in the Maghreb region, particularly in Libya, should be of great and immediate concern to Malta.

Richard Galustian is a security analyst.

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ISIS Main Camp in Libya “Targeting Coordinates”

by JoanneM

Today, I am publishing photographs passed to me by the intelligence inside the Egyptian tribes. These are snipets from Google earth and the bottom photo contains latitude and longitude. The Tribes of Egypt and Libya (working together) have provided the exact place of the main ISIS camp in Libya. I would not normally publish this information but I have found that passing it to the intelligence people in this country is not only a complete waste of time but it is the same as passing intel to the enemy. I do not say this lightly, I say this from direct experience.

I have had this intel for some days now but waited for a heads up to publish. You can verify the bombing that has been done by Egypt and the Libyan army against ISIS in Libya and see that they are bombing this exact area.

In May of 2013 the Defense Intelligence Agency sent one of their top interrogators to our home in Texas, he was there to debrief us on our capture by Al Qaeda in Tripoli in the summer of 2011 and he was there because we were being passed on the ground real time intelligence from inside Libya by the Libyan Tribes. Both the Libyans and ourselves were living under the delusion that we were fighting a common enemy with our country (radical Islam). We were proven wrong in so many ways. The DIA agent spoke with Libyan intel on the ground in Libya via the tribes at our home. They passed coordinates on many things, tank locations, weapon stores, locations of leaders, etc.. The most important piece of intel was the location of the largest Al Qaeda/Ansar Al Sharia camp in Libya near Derna. Of course, we and Libyans assumed this information would result in some actions by the US. What happened next was shocking… we got a call from our Libyans and they said that the Al Qaeda camp near Derna had been given emergency orders to evacuate, liquidate their small arms, take the rest and head toward the Algerian border. That happened within 3 days of us supplying this information to the DIA (Defense Intelligence Agency).

Well you can certainly figure out what happened. We spoke with the DIA agent about this on his next visit and he was noticeably upset by this, he said do you think this came from our side? We did not have to answer that question. He had previously revealed to us that the Muslim Brotherhood acts as translators for the US intelligence agencies. SHOCK!! There you have it, we were not fighting a common enemy, we were the enemy. Not too long after our lives were threatened by the CIA who told us to forget about Libya or we would have no lives. We had been targeted, lost all our resources, our home was being taken all we had left was to go public and we did.

We are the ONLY AMERICANS that were eyes on the ground in Libya in 2011 that were not 3 letter guys, black-water contractors or western media. We are the only voice for the Libyan Tribes in this country’

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ISIS Main Camp in Libya “Targeting Coordinates”