Washington Fights Fire With Fire in Libya How Not to End Violence in a War-Torn Land


Washington Fights Fire With Fire in Libya
How Not to End Violence in a War-Torn Land

By Nick Turse

Is the U.S. secretly training Libyan militiamen in the Canary Islands? And if not, are they planning to?

That’s what I asked a spokesman for U.S. Africa Command (AFRICOM). “I am surprised by your mentioning the Canary Islands,” he responded by email.  “I have not heard this before, and wonder where you heard this.”

As it happens, mention of this shadowy mission on the Spanish archipelago off the northwest coast of Africa was revealed in an official briefing prepared for AFRICOM chief General David Rodriguez in the fall of 2013.  In the months since, the plan may have been permanently shelved in favor of a training mission carried out entirely in Bulgaria.  The document nonetheless highlights the U.S. military’s penchant for simple solutions to complex problems — with a well-documented potential for blowback in Africa and beyond.  It also raises serious questions about the recurring methods employed by the U.S. to stop the violence its actions helped spark in the first place.   

Ever since the U.S. helped oust dictator Muammar Gaddafi, with air and missile strikes against regime targets and major logistical and surveillance support to coalition partners, Libya has been sliding into increasing chaos.  Militias, some of them jihadist, have sprung up across the country, carving out fiefdoms while carrying out increasing numbers of assassinations and other types of attacks.  The solution seized upon by the U.S. and its allies in response to the devolving situation there: introduce yet another armed group into a country already rife with them.

 The Rise of the Militias

After Gaddafi’s fall in 2011a wide range of militias came to dominate Libya’s largest cities, filling a security vacuum left by the collapse of the old regime and providing a challenge to the new central government.  In Benghazi alone, an array of these armed groups arose.  And on September 11, 2012, that city, considered the cradle of the Libyan revolution, experienced attacks by members of the anti-Western Ansar al-Sharia, as well as other militias on the American mission and a nearby CIA facility.  During those assaults, which killed Ambassador J. Christopher Stevens and three other Americans, local armed groups called on for help or which might have intervened to save lives reportedly stood aside. *****(What the author does not say that all these groups also the anti-western Ansar al-Sharia WERE TRAINED AND FINANCED BY THE UNITED STATES as a BLACKOPS AND CONTINUE TO BE FINANCED WHICH is confirmed by the today’s US Ambassador Deborah K. Jones in Libya holding the hand of one of the most extreme Muslim terrorists.   So please read the article with a pinch of salt)

Over the year that followed, the influence of the militias only continued to grow nationwide, as did the chaos that accompanied them.  In late 2013, following deadly attacks on civilians, some of these forces were chased from Libyan cities by protesters and armed bands, ceding power to what the New York Times called “an even more fractious collection of armed groups, including militias representing tribal and clan allegiances that tear at the tenuous [Libyan] sense of common citizenship.”  With the situation deteriorating, the humanitarian group Human Rights Watch documented dozens of assassinations of judges, prosecutors, and members of the state’s already weakened security forces by unidentified assailants.  *****(also the author does not mention intentionally that the Green Resistance is taking power (militias representing tribal and clan allegiances) which has been taking by storm all the cities of Libya. The only cities still trapped under the RATVERMENTS/NATO/US GOVERNMENT are Tripoli and Misurata… This of course worries the United States because when the Green Resistance arrives outside their door (US/UK/FRANCE foreign administration) they will be charged with WAR CRIMES DONE TO HUMANITY AND TO LIBYA.) 

The American solution to all of this violence: more armed men.

Fighting Fire with Fire

In November 2013, U.S. Special Operations Command chief Admiral William McRaven told an audience at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library that the United States would aid Libya by training 5,000 to 7,000 conventional troops as well as counterterrorism forces there.  “As we go forward to try and find a good way to build up the Libyan security forces so they are not run by militias, we are going to have to assume some risks,” he said.

Not long after, the Washington Post reported a request by recently ousted Libyan Prime Minister Ali Zeidan that the U.S. train his country’s security forces.  In January, the Pentagon’s Defense Security Cooperation Agency, which coordinates sales and transfers of military equipment abroad, formally notified Congress of a Libyan request for a $600 million training package.  Its goal: to create a 6,000 to 8,000-man “general purpose force,” or GPF.

The deal would, according to an official statement, involve “services for up to 8 years for training, facilities sustainment and improvements, personnel training and training equipment, 637 M4A4 carbines and small arms ammunition, U.S. Government and contractor technical and logistics support services, Organizational Clothing and Individual Equipment (OCIE), and other related elements of logistical and program support.” 

In addition to the GPF effort, thousands of Libya troops are to be trained by the militaries of MoroccoTurkey, the United Kingdom, and Italy.  The Libyan Army also hopes to graduate 10,000 new troops at home annually. ***(The author forgets that these numbers are not feasible as we were 6.5 million as a nation, we have 500 thousands deaths in the last 3 years, so now we are 6 million we have 2 million in exile so now we are up to 4 million we have 1 million homeless which are mostly elderly women and men so we arrive to 3 million that is our population right now, it reminds me of the mid seventies when we were just a little over 3 million population so please Sir explain to me how are we going to have 10 thousand new troops annually with what???)

While Admiral McRaven has emphasized the importance of building up “the Libyan security forces so they are not run by militias,” many recruits for the GPF will, in fact, be drawn from these very groups.  It has also been widely reported that the new force will be trained at Novo Selo, a recently refurbished facility in Bulgaria.

The U.S. has said little else of substance on the future force.  “We are coordinating this training mission closely with our European partners and the U.N. Support Mission in Libya, who have also offered substantial security sector assistance to the Government of Libya,” a State Department official told TomDispatch by email.  “We expect this training will begin in 2014 in Bulgaria and continue over a number of years.”

There have been no reports or confirmation of the plan to also train Libyan militiamen at a facility in Spain’s Canary Islands mentioned along with Novo Selo in that Fall 2013 briefing document prepared for AFRICOM chief Rodriguez, which was obtained by TomDispatch.

Official briefing slide mentioning a U.S. military training effort in the Canary Islands.

 

Officials at the State Department say that they know nothing about this part of the program.  “I’m still looking into this, but my colleagues are not familiar with a Canary Islands component to this issue,” I was told by a State Department press officer.   AFRICOM spokesman Benjamin Benson said much the same.  “[W]e have no information regarding training of Libyan troops to be provided in the Canary Islands,” he emailed me.  After I sent him the briefing slide that mentioned the mission, however, he had a different response.  The Canary Islands training mission was, he wrote, part of an “initial concept” never actually shared with General Rodriguez, but instead “briefed to a few senior leaders in the Pentagon.”

“The information has been changed, numerous times, since the slide was drafted, and is expected to change further before any training commences,” he added, and warned me against relying on it.  He did not, however, rule out the possibility that further changes might revive the Canary Islands option and demurred from answering further questions on the subject.  A separate U.S. Army Africa document does mention that “recon” of a second training site was slated to begin last December. 

Neither the State Department nor AFRICOM explained why plans to conduct training in the Canary Islands were shelved or when that decision was made or by whom.  Benson also failed to facilitate interviews with personnel involved in the Libyan GPF training effort or with top AFRICOM commanders.  “Given the continuing developing nature of this effort, it would be inappropriate to comment further at this time, and we have not been giving interviews on the topic,” he told me.  Multiple requests to the Libyan government for information on the locations of training sites also went unanswered.   

Training Day

Wherever the training takes place, the U.S. has developed a four-phase process to “build a complete Libya security sector.” The Army’s 1st Infantry Division will serve as the “mission command element for the Libyan GPF training effort” as part of a State Department-led collaboration with the Department of Defense, according to official documents obtained by TomDispatch. 

Agreements with partner nations are to be finalized and Libyans selected for leadership positions as part of an initial stage of the process.  Then the U.S. military will begin training not only the GPF troops, but a border security force and specialized counter-terror troops.  (Recently, AFRICOM Commander David Rodriguez told the Senate Armed Services Committee that the U.S. was also helping to build up what he termed Libyan “Special Operations Forces.”)  A third phase of the program will involve developing the capacities of the Libyan ministries of justice, defense, and the interior, and strengthening Libya’s homegrown security training apparatus, before pulling back during a fourth phase that will focus on monitoring and sustaining the forces the U.S. and its allies have trained.  

 

U.S. Army Africa document details four-phase plan for U.S. training of Libyan forces.

Despite reports that training at Novo Selo will begin this spring, a State Department official told TomDispatch that detailed plans are still being finalized.  After inspecting a briefing slide titled “Libya Security Sector Phasing,” AFRICOM’S Benson told me, “I do not see us in any phase as indicated on the slide… the planning and coordination is still ongoing.”  Since then, Lolita Baldor of the Associated Press reported that, according to an unnamed Army official, a small team of U.S. soldiers has now headed for Libya to make preparations for the Bulgarian portion of the training. 

A timeline produced by U.S. Army Africa as part of a December 2013 briefing indicates that the Novo Selo site would be ready for trainers sometime last month.  After communications systems and security sensors are set up, that training range will be ready to accept its first Libyan recruits.  The timeline suggests that this could occur by early May. 

While this may have been an early version of the schedule, there’s little doubt the program will begin soon.  Baldor notes that formal Libyan approval for the training may come this month, although AFRICOM Commander David Rodriguez pointed out at a Pentagon press briefing that the Libyan government still has to ante up the funds for the program, and a Libyan official confirmed to TomDispatch that the training had yet to commence.

U.S. Army Africa timeline of U.S. training of Libyan “General Purpose Force”.

Experts have, however, already expressed skepticism about the effectiveness of the program.  In late 2013, for instance, Benjamin Nickels, the academic chair for transnational threats and counterterrorism at the Department of Defense’s Africa Center for Strategic Studies, raised a number of problematic issues. These included the challenge of screening and vetting applicants from existing Libyan militias, the difficulty of incorporating various regional and tribal groups into such a force without politicizing the trainee pool; and the daunting task of then devising a way to integrate the GPF into Libya’s existing military in a situation already verging on the chaotic. 

For all their seriousness,” wrote Nickels, “these implementation difficulties pale in comparison to more serious pitfalls haunting the GPF at a conceptual level. So far, plans for the GPF appear virtually unrelated to projects of disarmament, demobilization, and reintegration (DDR) and security sector reform (SSR) that are vital to Libya’s future.”  

Berny Sebe, an expert on North and West Africa at the University of Birmingham in the United Kingdom, noted that, while incorporating militiamen into a “mainstream security system” could help diminish the power of existing militias, it posed serious dangers as well.  “The drawback is, of course, that it can infiltrate factious elements into the very heart of the Libyan state apparatus, which could further undermine its power,” he told TomDispatch by email.  “The use of force is unavoidable to enforce the rule of law, which is regularly under threat in Libya.  However, all efforts placed in the development of a security force should go hand in hand with a clear political vision.  Failure to do so might solve the problem temporarily, but will not bring long-term peace and stability.”

In November 2013, Frederic Wehrey, a senior associate with the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace and an expert on Libyapointed out that the project seemed reasonable in the abstract, but that reality might be another matter entirely: “[T]he force’s composition, the details of its training, the extent to which Libyan civilians will oversee it, and its ability to deal with the range of threats that the country faces are all unclear.” He suggested that an underreported 2013 mission to train one Libyan unit that ended in abject failure should be viewed as a cautionary tale.

Last summer, a small contingent of U.S. Special Operations Forces set up a training camp outside of Libya’s capital, Tripoli, for an elite 100-man Libyan counter-terror force whose recruits were personally chosen by former Prime Minister Ali Zeidan.  While the Americans were holed up in their nighttime safe house, unidentified militia or “terrorist” forces twice raided the camp, guarded by the Libyan military, and looted large quantities of high-tech American equipment.  Their haul included hundreds of weapons, Glock pistols and M4 rifles among them, as well as night-vision devices and specialized lasers that can only be seen with such equipment.  As a result, the training effort was shut down and the abandoned camp was reportedly taken over by a militia.

This represented only the latest in a series of troubled U.S. assistance and training efforts in the Greater Middle East and Africa. These include scandal-plagued endeavors in Iraq and Afghanistan, as well as a program that produced an officer who led the coup that overthrew Mali’s elected government, and an eight-month training effort in the Democratic Republic of Congo by U.S. Special Operations forces that yielded an elite commando battalion that took part in mass rapes and other atrocities, according to a United Nations report.  And these are just the tip of the iceberg among many other sordid examples from around the world.

The Answer?

The U.S. may never train a single Libyan militiaman in the Canary Islands, but the plan to create yet one more armed group to inject into Libya’s already fractious sea of competing militias is going forward — and is fraught with peril.

For more than half a year,militia controlled the three largest ports in Libya.  Other militiamen have killed unarmed protesters.  Some have emptied whole towns of their residents.  Others work with criminal gangs, smuggling drugs, carrying out kidnappings for ransom, and engaging in human trafficking.  Still others have carried out arbitrary arrests, conducted torture, and been responsible for deaths in detention.  Armed men have also murdered foreigners, targeted Christian migrants, and fought pro-government forces.  Many have attacked other nascent state institutions.  Last month, for instance, militiamen stormed the country’s national assembly, forcing its relocation to a hotel.  (That assault was apparently triggered by a separate unidentified group, which attacked an anti-parliament sit-in, kidnapping some of the protesters.)   

Some militias have quasi-official status or are beholden to individual parliamentarians.  Others are paid by and support the rickety Libyan government.  That government is also reportedly engaging in widespread abuses, including detentions without due process and prosecutions to stifle free speech, while failing to repeal Gaddafi-era laws that, as Human Rights Watch has noted, “prescribe corporal punishment, including lashing for extramarital intercourse and slander, and amputation of limbs.”    

Most experts agree that Libya needs assistance in strengthening its central government and the rule of law.  “Unless the international community focuses on the need for urgent assistance to the justice and security systems, Libya risks the collapse of its already weak state institutions and further deterioration of human rights in the country,” Sarah Leah Whitson, Middle East and North Africa director at Human Rights Watch, said recently.  How to go about this remains, however, at best unclear.

“Our Defense Department colleagues plan to train 5,000 to 8,000 general purpose forces,” Anne Patterson, the assistant secretary of state for Near Eastern Affairs,told the House Armed Services Committee earlier this year, noting that the U.S. would “conduct an unprecedented vetting and screening of trainees that participate in the program.”  But Admiral William McRaven, her “Defense Department colleague,” has already admitted that some of the troops to be trained will likely not have “the most clean record.” 

In the wake of failed full-scale conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan, the U.S. military has embraced a light-footprint model of warfare, emphasizing drone technology, Special Operations forces, and above all the training of proxy troops to fight battles for America’s national security interests from Mali to Syria – and soon enough, Libya as well. 

There are, of course, no easy answers.  As Berny Sebe notes, the United States “is among the few countries in the world which have the resources necessary to undertake such a gigantic task as training the new security force of a country on the brink of civil war like Libya.”  Yet the U.S. has repeatedly suffered from poor intelligence, an inability to deal effectively with the local and regional dynamics involved in operations in the Middle East and North Africa, and massive doses of wishful thinking and poor planning.  “It is indeed a dangerous decision,” Sebe observes, “which may add further confusion to an already volatile situation.”

A failure to imagine the consequences of the last major U.S. intervention in Libya has, perhaps irreparably, fractured the country and sent it into a spiral of violence leading to the deaths of Americans, among others, while helping to destabilize neighboring nations, enhance the reach of local terror groups, and aid in the proliferation of weapons that have fueled existing regional conflicts.  Even Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for African Affairs Amanda Dory admitted at a recent Pentagon press briefing that the fallout from ousting Gaddafi has been “worse than would have been anticipated at the time.”  Perhaps it should be sobering as well that the initial smaller scale effort to help strengthen Libyan security forces was an abject failure that ended up enhancing, not diminishing, the power of the militias.

There may be no nation that can get things entirely right when it comes to Libya but one nation has shown an unnerving ability to get things wrong.  Whether outside of Tripoli, in Bulgaria, the Canary Islands, or elsewhere, should that country really be the one in charge of the delicate process of building a cohesive security force to combat violent, fractious armed groups?  Should it really be creating a separate force, trained far from home by foreigners, and drawn from the very militias that have destabilized Libya in the first place?

source: tomdispatch.com

 

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Libya: Global Alert is confirmed that NATO MUSTARD GAS used against civilians in Beni Walid and Sirte September 11, 2011


 

Libya: Global Alert is confirmed that NATO MUSTARD GAS used against civilians in Beni Walid and Sirte September 11, 2011

NATO commits crimes against humanity in LIBYA to respond to resistance – massacres, chemical warfare, ethnic cleansing, indiscriminate bombing and Voice of the oppressed,  September 11, 2011

Television Alrai confirms the use of mustard gas against the population of Bin Walid

According to television reports Alrai, NATO used a chemical weapon mustard gas against the Libyan population Ben Walid at 5.00 pm yesterday. Journalists in this TV channel reports that early morning, NATO ordered the renegade away from Ben Walid.

Death of a head of Al-Qaeda in Ben Walid

The news coming out of Ben Walid indicate the death of Al-Qaeda leader, Abdulrahman Abo Shnaf Mouftah. From a reliable source reports that the terrorist was killed in a battle in the Valley last night Dinar.
Also, the Renegades defeated in battle against the Libyan national army retreated to the city of Tarhuna. Later that day, NATO aircraft bombed and fired missiles, depleted uranium against the population of the city of Ben Walid.

Communication via satellite phone confirms that NATO bombings have caused many victims killed and wounded and the city is covered with clouds of smoke caused by NATO bombing.

Again NATO bombings on Sirte after a night of sound bombs.

After the great battle in the Red Valley located 90km east of the city of Sirte, the Libyan armed forces have forced the withdrawal of the renegades to Ben Jawad which is located 150km from Sirte. After ground fighting, NATO bombing began again. Having enhanced the use of sound bombs to give deaf people, NATO began attacking again. The bombs of NATO planes reach the houses of civilians. In one house they killed 7 people, six of the same family. Civilians in combat zones confirm that 36 have died renegades along with three British soldiers fighting alongside the renegade.

Taourgha, a city cleansed of its inhabitants by the renegades

Reportedly Taourgha city that is located 50km east of the city of Misrata has been completely emptied of its inhabitants by the renegades of Misrata. Note that Taourgha population are black. Renegades have slain many of the adults to terrorize others in the population of this city has been deported to another unknown place.

****Editors note: although the article is old these pictures have not circulated around the world in showing what NATO really did to Libya. Especially to Ban Walid and Sirte which in any given time the Ratverments with the NATO government do it all over again in the past three years. Babies in Ban Walid and Sirte have already been born with the side effects of the depleted uranium exactly like Iraq. The Tawergans are still kept in certain areas with barred wire and are not allowed to return home. THIS IS WHAT THE AMERICAN/NATO/EU/ISRAEL want to show us their kind of DEMOCRACY WHICH IS NOTHING MORE THAN THEIR DESPOTIC/DICTATORIAL WAY OF CONTROLLING A SOVEREIGN COUNTRY WHO DARED TO BE INDEPENDENT AND SUFFICIENT NOT NEEDING THE ROTHSCHILD’S BANKING SYSTEM, REFUSING TO JOIN AFRICOM. 

source: libia-sos.blogspot.ch

GREEN MOUNTAIN – ISRAEL’s Military Base??? Yes!!!


GREEN MOUNTAIN – ISRAEL’s Military Base??? Yes!!!


نشرة صحيفه10.05.2011. Gazeta.ru الروسيه امس وثيقه حصل ضابط مخابرات اوكرانى على صوره من وثيقه باللغه العبريه تم الاتقاق والتوقيع عليها بين اسرائيل والمجلس الوطنى الانتقالى فى بنى غازى تقتضى يالزام اسرائيل بدعم لوجستى وتزويد المسلحين بالاسلحه والضغط على الدول الاوربيه والعربيه للا عتراف بالمجلس وتدريب المسلحين لاعداد جيش قوى مقابل وعد مكتوب بأقامة قاعده عسكريه فى الجبل الاخضر—–

Bulletin newspaper Gazeta.ru Russian yesterday and document received intelligence officer, a Ukrainian on the image of a document in Hebrew isAlatakkak and signed between Israel and the Transitional National Assembly in Benghazi necessitates Yalzam Israel with support for logistics and supply insurgents with weapons and pressure on the European and Arab states to not Atrav Council and training militants to prepare the Army Forces for a written promise to set up military base in the Green Mountain

Russian newspaper Gazeta A document obtained yesterday an intelligence officer in the image of Ukrainian Of a document in Hebrew is Alatakkak and signed between Israel and the Transitional National Assembly in Benghazi necessitates Aalzam Israel with the support of logistics and supply insurgents with weapons and pressure on the European and Arab states to not recognition of the Council and training militants to prepare Army forces against a written promise to establish a base military in the Green Mountain and the duration of this Agreement 30 years and renewable. The content of this document first. But there are other documents and confidential document that contains a very serious Transitional Council undertakes to allocate the Libyan plot area of square kilometers for the burial of nuclear waste and throw it. Enter this in the context of Israel’s policy of advocating the dumping of nuclear waste, the Arab countries, especially after the scandal that one of the areas defined by the Mauritanian transport of nuclear waste from Israel and the secret burial, but the issue was floated on the surface was exposed later. It also undertakes the transition to provide support and assistance in the event go to Israel a war with an Arab country by supporting a military order to carry out any attack or a military strike (the meaning here of Egypt or Tunisia or Algeria or Sudan or any Arab country any uprising be declared its hostility against Israel, whether a massage from the inside Libya or from outside).Yes, this topic is freedom and democracy sought by the rebels in Libya. O you fools, O Arabs Rieetm buggers with your own eyes what happened long ago when Iraq claimed that Iraq possesses weapons of mass destruction abused almost on him and his people and his government and the execution of its president on charges baseless and void and the death of 2 million Iraqis innocent.Uttered by Saddam’s mercy be upon those round me. Of course the role that the early people of North Africa.This topic is intoned by the democracy that America and its allies, and NATO and the elders of the Gulf of hypocrisy and discord at the expense of millions of Arab people of North Africa. Developments, this topic would make a very serious situation in the Mediterranean region, which would threaten security and stability of its people’s, whether European or North African later.

History facts This is a feasibility study written by Jews in 1908, about the possibility of making Green Mountains in Cyrenaica a Jewish country by resettlement. Proposal for this study came from Jewish community from London.

Based on what was presented by Sir Harry Johanstan and written by Nahum Slaosh, the “land of the Jewish organization” in the fifth month of July 1908, sending a scientific expedition to the city of Tripoli and on to the Green Mountain area to study the possibility of achieving this idea. Has entrusted the presidency of the mission for “G Gregory,” a professor of geology at the University of Glasgow, UK. Included a team of top professionals in the fields of agriculture, engineering, and natural resources, and the doctor is Dr. “m. Kidder” who has studied the health conditions in Cyrenaica and the report was prepared by the health in this book, as well as Slaosh to Nahum, the previous experience the topic to clarify the objectives of the mission Recep Pasha and the dimensions of any doubt raised by the advent of the mission when the people of the country.
As stated in the introduction to the report of the mission, “the organization” before you send a mission to gently asked the Committee geographical studies of its work necessary to verify the possibility to take advantage of Cyrenaica as a homeland for the Jews. This committee has spent two years in preliminary studies in this regard. One of its members, “Oscar Strauss,” who admitted from the beginning that Cyrenaica were not known to him. Israel Zanjuil commented on that by saying that the Burqa not far from Russia and Romania, where there were Jews suffer a lot of persecution. In addition to the geographical location of Cyrenaica in relation to Russia and Romania, they are not far from Palestine, where moving the hearts of the Jews.
Israel Zanjuil and go far as to say that Cyrenaica prefer Palestine itself in achieving the national homeland for the Jews, because it is sacred to Muslims and Christians, as in the case of Palestine, which competes in consecrated the three monotheistic religions. In Palestine, the Jewish many competing teams, the thing that you know were not gently. In his opinion, also said the choice of Cyrenaica preferred choice of Palestine in terms of lack of aborigines, the thing that allows absorption of more than absorbed by the Jews of Palestine refugees. Libya was a large surface area, but does not include million people or so, which helps the predominance of Jewish influence and ensure superiority relatively easy way to follow the policy of encouraging immigration of Jews to Libya consistently and persistently. Although Recep Pasha did not give the project the Jewish formally to his government in Istanbul, but the Jewish organization considered as demonstrated by Hamas for the idea of a good gesture from the government of Turkey, as they saw it by virtue of his presidency of the Turkish forces in Africa may get almost all the powers of the Deputy Sultan in the country .
It was Israel Zanjuil, sees the need to take advantage of the Hamas state government to the Jewish idea of the project and start direct negotiations with the government of the Sublime Porte in Istanbul without any delay. While preparations were being made ​​necessary to send a mission to Cyrenaica, contact his friend “Arminius Vambri”, a professor at the University of Budapest, was Arminius Vambri Jewish faith religious father figure of the group, “Young Turks”, and a personal friend of the Sultan Abdul Hamid at the same time, to brief him on the project’s Jewish Burka, knows where his mind. The response came quickly approve Vambri stressing the probability of accepting the Sultan of the project, and showed a willingness to go personally to Istanbul, if necessary, to address the issue himself.
Not only did Arminius Vambri reply to a message Zanjuil Israel and express his point of view in the project, but sent it to the Sultan Abdul Hamid II by the first secretary improve Pasha. When it did not seem Sultan what it smells dissatisfaction with the project Vambri request of his friend, Israel Zanjuil to write himself into the Sultan Sultan and assured him that it would respond quickly. Prepared Arminius Vambri cover letter in Turkish Pasha to improve, and before the Zanjuil send the message to the First Secretary of the Sultan Show drafted to Arminius Vambri who considered adequate so he did not change any of the word. The letter Qaeda and data demands of “land of the Jewish organization” in Cyrenaica on the basis of autonomy for the Jewish immigrants.

A picture of the back cover of the book

Members of the mission arrived to the city of Tripoli on Thursday 16 July 1908, where the British Consul General to bring them to the governor, Recep Pasha, and then returned, accompanied by Nahum Slaosh to interview the governor, especially a long interview the next day. Then I left the mission city of Tripoli on Monday, July 20, heading to Benghazi, including sailed to the city of Derna, were presented by Jacob Krieger to the military commander who gave him letters of Rajab Pasha and the military commander to provide all help to the members of the mission and provided them with guards of Turkish soldiers and gendarmes, also provided them with letters to leaders military in the “Prairie” and “Marina Weevil” and supplied them with information on water resources and agriculture in the region. Having stayed the mission in the city, “tuber” from July 24 to 27 in which members are testing the water resource for the city, and the eyes of the water in the Valley “tuber” and visit the orchards and fields adjacent to it, and then left in a convoy headed for them to eye Shahat (Cyrene) known into Apollo and famous for its water fresh. Including the split members of the mission to the two teams according to their specialties for the tests in different areas, including slopes “Aslenth” and his “touch” and “turf” and the wide plains in that region and then descended the convoy to the town, “Talmith” on the coast and on to Benghazi and from there returned the mission by the island of Malta to Tripoli until they reached London in the twenty-sixth of the month of August 1908. In the meantime, and while he was Zanjuil Israel is preparing to send a letter to Tkhsain Pasha news came the coup occurred in Istanbul and the Ottoman Sultan Abdul Hamid II to take off. As a result of this coup that improve Pasha became a political refugee.
Thus, several factors have combined to contribute In the failure of this scheme notably the dominance of Zionist organizations sphincter to colonize Palestine Without the rest of the other organizations, as well as the Italian invasion that has swept Libya In 1911. “
Hisham bin Ghalboun
Member of the “Union LCU, Manchester (UK)

NATO-rebels are fighting for pipelines of water and oil to Israel ?…
‘The future regime will work with other democratic countries, inclusive Israel’. 

Photo: Pipeline Chechnya-Israel

Some weeks ago the Libyan NATO-rebels said that they will recognize Israel and that “the future regime will maintain normal relations with other democratic countries, including Israel.”

 

Libya will become terror base, Ex-PM warns



Libya will become terror base, Ex-PM warns

Ali Zeidan (AP)

London – Former Libyan prime minister Ali Zeidan on Tuesday warned that Islamist groups were sabotaging attempts to rebuild his country in order that it become a haven for extremists, in an interview with Britain’s newspaper The Times.

Zeidan, who fled to Germany after losing a parliamentary confidence vote earlier this month, said that he was preparing to return “maybe very soon” to help restore order and repel the threat of extremism, two-and-a-half years after the killing of veteran ruler Muammar Gaddafi.  ****(FOR A LONG TIME HE USED TO SAY THAT HE WAS A DICTATOR, ITS FUNNY HOW THINGS CHANGE AND FROM DICTATOR OUR GUIDE HAS TAKEN HIS RIGHTFUL SEAT OF “VETERAN RULER MUAMMER GADDAFI)

“Libya could be a base for al-Qaeda for any operation to Italy, to Britain, to France, to Spain, to Morocco, to everywhere. Weapons are everywhere, ammunition is everywhere,” the former prime minister, who was in London to meet British politicians, told the newspaper.

“My plan is to struggle to reform the state, to stabilise the situation”.

He suggested that groups such as al-Qaeda and the Muslim Brotherhood were exploiting rifts within the country he ruled for 15 months.

“These people want Libya not to be a civil state, not to be a state of law, they want it as what happened in Afghanistan,” he claimed.

Zeidan, an independent, was unable to tame former rebel militia that have carved out their own fiefdoms since the 2011 uprising that toppled the dictatorship of Gaddafi.

The no-confidence motion – triggered when a North-Korean-flagged tanker laden with crude oil from a rebel-held terminal broke through a naval blockade and escaped to sea – was approved by 124 of the 194 members of the General National Congress.

The former prime minister claimed two political groups were behind his removal as premier: the radical Wafa movement, and the Justice and Construction Party which is the political arm of the Libyan branch of the Muslim Brotherhood.

- AFP

Today’s interview “Inside the Libyan Revolution w/ Al Fatah,” Mar 22, 2014


 Today’s interview “Inside the Libyan Revolution w/ Al Fatah, by Susan Lindauer” Mar 22, 2014

 Today the Covert Report goes inside Libya’s Revolution two years after the murder of Qaddafi. My special insider source, “Al-Fatah” shares her insights on reports of piracy on the high-seas and the overthrow of the NATO puppet Prime Minister El Zeidan in Tripoli. Al-Fatah is a courageous Libyan woman, who joins us once again from an undisclosed location, since every interview threatens her family living in Tripoli. What you hear today is the raw, uncut story of contemporary Libya & its ongoing fight for liberation from NATO control– uncensored and LIVE!

Susan Lindauer is an American journalist and antiwar activist. She was charged with “acting as an unregistered agent of a foreign government” after being accused of spying for the Iraqis in the run-up to the 2003 invasion of Iraq.

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