A new intervention Threatens the devastated Libyan patriots after the martyr Gaddafi loyalists take full monitoring of southern Libya

A new intervention Threatens the devastated Libyan patriots after the martyr Gaddafi loyalists take full monitoring of southern Libya

Fighting has broken out again in southern and western Libya clashes as pro-Gaddafi forces Between Rebel Militias have resulted in the seizure of several cities and an air base by loyalist.  These events led French Admiral Edouard Guillard to appeal for imperialist intervention in Libya Renewed denying they evolution along the southern border Could lead to a “terrorist threat.” (Washington Post, 27 January)

Guillard said any intervention would require the consent of the neocolonial regime in Tripoli headed by Prime Minister Ali Zeidan and General National Congress (GNC).  Yet almost three years ago, the UN Security Council passed two resolutions impose an arms embargo on the Gaddafi government and “authorizes” the “fly zone”, a code word for a massive bombing campaign lasting eight months.

Since mid-January the allied forces REMAIN With the former political and economic system under the rule of Libya Colonel Muammar Gaddafi, who was overthrown and killed brutally in October 2011 amid the Pentagon and NATO bombing campaign monitoring took several cities and towns in the South.  Sebha, a town in the area has-been the scene of clashes Between Two ethnic groups Tebu and Awlad Sulaiman.

Other areas include Affected by the fighting south Wirshefana Ajilat, Zawia and territory west of Zahra. Clashes have Also Been Reported around the capital Tripoli, where loyalist forces have Fought pitched battles with Militias and military forces are backed by the regime of GNC.  ( Libya Herald, January 20)

The Tebu  ,  are dark-skinned Africans, are in conflict over the monitoring of resources in Awlad Sulaiman. Their withdrawal airbase in Tamenhint created the conditions for taking this important location by pro-Gaddafi forces on January 21.

ACCORDING to a report published by the Saudi Gazette, “The Tamenhint airbase 30 km north-east of Sebha is Reported to be back in the hands of Gaddafi forces guarding after tebu Mourzouk Withdrew. They unilaterally Monday night (January 20), denying that the government was deliberately exploiting clashes between Sebha and Awlad Sulaiman TEBUS in order to divert attention from movements to replace it with a new administration. “(January 22)

These events sent shock waves through the GNC and its weak and vacillating prime minister who is allied With the United States and other imperialist states Were responsible for the installation of the current regime in power. During the counter-revolutionary uprising of 2011.  Libya Situation Clearly Demonstrated That the current regime has failed to stabilize the country in the Militias Which Were Involved in criminal activities in defiance Zeidan and other “authorities” in Tripoli.

The oil industry, which is the main export of the state of North Africa, has-been Largely off workers after Militias and various drilling installations and ports have taken Control of the production and threaten to exercise trade with foreign companies without the consent of Tripoli.  Zeidan Within the limited support has GNC and the Islamic Justice and Building Party (JCP) recently resigned from the government due to political Differences With the prime minister.

However, the events in the South, where the Green flag of the Jamahiriya is Openly flying in defiance of the regime supported by the West is Causing Panic Within the country.  A new law prohibits satellite TV networks to broadcast news and commentary now for Gaddafi is a direct result of the unstable situation of GNC.

Draconian laws Enacted

AllAfrica.com Reported That ”  Decree 5/2014, “Regarding cessation and prohibition of the Dissemination of a certain satellite channels, ‘passed by Parliament Libya’s General National Congress (GNC), 22 January instructs ministries of Foreign Affairs, Communications, and [the Mass ] Media to ‘take the Necessary Measures “to stop the transmission of all channels of satellite TV That are” hostile to the revolution February 17 and Whose purpose is to destabilize the country and create divisions Among Libyans. ”  It further instructs the government to ” Take All Measures against companies in the states or territories from the Which channels are broadcast if not block the transmission of These stations.  “(January 26)

This legal prohibition Seems destined to block satellite stations that have taken a pro-Gaddafi position in publishing its content.  Such stations include channel al-Khadra and al-Jamahiriya.

Discontent is growing Among the Libyan population to the current situation. The most prosperous nation in Africa, with a standard of living That exceed several states in Europe, the conditions inside the country have the counter-revolution Deteriorated Dramatically since 2011.

This decline in living standards, the failure of the regime to reign in the Militias terrorizing the population, the collapse of the oil industry and Widespread corruption has even developed EXTENSIVE reviews Favored Among the elites.  Another decree was issued in January, which prohibits scholarship students and employees to speak out against the conditions prevailing in Libya.

In the same article published by AllAfrica.com, notes That ”  the Libyan government ADOPTED Resolution 13/2014 of 24 January to suspend scholarships to students studying abroad and salaries and bonuses to employees of Libya, for “participate in activities Contrary to the February 17 revolution  of “which is Widely Considered to be comprehensive statements and  protests against the current government  .  The Libyan embassies abroad and others are asked to Develop lists of names and refer to the Attorney General for trial. “

Imperialism in Crisis

These Developments in Libya show That there is no benefit for the masses of oppressed nations, where other U.S. imperialist states  have overthrown Governments and installed puppet regimes.  The situation in Libya is reflected Also in Iraq, where people die every day of internal conflict and the That horrendous conditions prevail Among the majority of the population.

In Syria, more than 100,000 People Have died in the past three years since the U.S. has supported a counter-assault on the population.  Present talks in Geneva  Switzerland are ostensibly designed to reach a political solution Despite The U.S. and allies continue to Their finance and coordinate Those seeking to overthrow the government of President Bashar al-Assad.

The anti-war and anti-imperialist groups in Western countries  must Oppose this military and political interference in the internal affairs of Asian states: such as Afghanistan, where twelve years after the forces of the Pentagon and NATO is no closer Victory nowadays are Africa, the Middle East and in 2001.  The U.S. and NATO Should be forced to withdraw its forces from foreign states and close its military bases.

The resources used to Maintain These occupations Should be redirected to rebuild the cities and towns are facing unprecedented That economic crisis through austerity and mass poverty.  Such oppressed nations under imperialist occupation Should be paid compensation for the destruction Carried out by Western military forces.

Any Black-Green alliance in Libya?

“As These two forces begin to fight against racist and imperialist These puppets who rule the country are beginning to see a form of mass resistance. Having finished what form Remains to Be Seen.”

source:  libia-sos.blogspot.ch

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GADDAFI Green Forces Re-Taking Libya: only a matter of time.

GADDAFI Green Forces Re-Taking Libya

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Report of the Libyan Jamahiriya (24/01/2014): Popular Insurrection across Libya and NATO, U.S. commit another genocide using Sarin gas against the defenseless population

Popular Insurrection across Libya and NATO, U.S. commit another genocide using Sarin gas against the defenseless population

Message from the people of the South and the masses of the Libyan people:

Honest nation as a whole, from East to West, in the center and south. 

During those glory days , when the awakening of the nation to regain the right to honor and dignity, which were stolen by evil and aggression by clique of traitors and puppets honor and conscience. We, as promised, we are blood sacrifice for the sake of victory over the invading colonialist tyranny
We would like to assure the overall security in southern areas established in Sabha – Shati – Ubari – Murzuq – Gath 

We have expressed their opposition to subjugation, marginalization and deprivation of rights and we will not contact with new theft and have already confirmed several previous calls and often young people of these areas have formed a movement that rejects all, it was a daily practice at the time of trouble, in 17February, and disclaim their marginalization, murder and robbery honest people and hate their view on the basis of the difference in the color of our black skin  racist -.

We will not be slaves, and we will fight to the last breath, and will fight any force that tries to make us, especially in those cities where the puppets still use power, will be the relentless war for those who have tempted to the southern population to go to the bow again and again to experience the slavery practices of its puppet government in occupied cities, as the destruction of Bani Walid, which was through [two sieges]. Now killing children in Al Adzhelate and Vershavyana and Western cities.

Sabha this injustice practiced systematically in other areas declared war, as they deserve, and soon, and has already seen .. You have been warned.

The victory is near, but patience than one hour …

* Resignation of the Minister of Foreign Affairs “Libya” in protest against the new genocide and what is happening in the country with bloodshed and civilians with bombs. He is accompanied by 5 other ministers fearful of being eliminated as traitors dogs to the motherland also waive, 4 day ago the Minister of Industry was settled by traitor in Sirte.

* Reporting new genocide in Libya: criminal gangs ruling in serving Libya NATO and the U.S. are using mustard gas in its bombing in the south and east of Tripoli, come the report from Al Zahra hospital doctors certifying the infestation of innocent civilians

* The Libyan Resistance  released a statement urging Libyans who were deceived or what naively believed the invading enemy to surrender. Libyan Resistance People’s  ensures their safety and will be well  treated according to international standards and peace.

* Intelligence reports arrive from the Green Resistance that reveal that NATO through its de facto government in Libya are  paying 12 thousand dinars per Mercenaries and Traitors to fight against the Resistance.

Jamihiriya Forces release within Sabha airbase they captured quantities of military holdings and armored vehicles which today are used in the defense of liberated areas.

* Commands Tuareg entrance to the city of Sabha to participate in editing and secured

* Children and civilians from the Warfalla tribe were murdered by mercenaries and militias during the bombing from NATO  and the U.S. by air and land.

Murders of civilians, of the children and women in Rishvana carried out by the militias shields

- Dr. Shakir talks about the latest developments from southern Libya

- Dr. Hamza Thami in the green channel, talks about the progress of the Green Resistance

- Syria – Libya: Demonstration of solidarity with the Libyan resistance against the UN headquarters in Syria.

- Derna:  a tank was destroyed by the Resistance and many armored vehicles were captured rats “rebels” who refused to surrender were put to the sword

The Battle for liberation of Libya

- Sabha:  rats serving NATO and the U.S. settled for joy of these miserable Libyan people who no longer will cause more pain and destruction in Libya.

- Tripoli: It’s reported of two loud explosions that have rocked the capital after intense clashes so far at least 50 dead, over 185 injured in fighting east of Tripoli.

- Derj: On the border southwest of Tripoli 11 deaths allegedly between Zintan militias and tribesmen Garamna.

- The face of criminal “the de facto Government from NATO in Libya”

Can anyone imagine that  people voluntarily choose to be with a man who has a different nationality to their own country? Especially a person of one of the countries that are bombing them, attacking, destroying, killing …

I think seeing your passport is further proof of lies under which we live in the West regarding the “humanitarian aid” to Libya. He is a dirty liar with unscrupulous job.

This man does not work for the Libyans, it would be his duty as if it were actually the Libyan Prime Minister, works for the aggressor countries, to ensure the signing of contracts, the entry of Western troops, and yet always with the help of Al Qaeda, Islamic extremists and mercenaries to do the dirty work.

Many will say that the world has always been so. Well, it is true that there has always been bad people, psychopathic murderers and such, but it is also true that many cultures have developed and grown without torture, steal and kill. 

How is it possible that with so many international laws, many humanitarian organizations and theoretically reconciling theory however this is the bad people you have in your hands to follow his interests above the lives of millions of people?

Universities licensed to thousands of journalists each year and yet the truth has so few who are able to say it.

How can you despise the wisdom of the elders and placed in our inept governments who have no language skills to be able to relate internationally, as it is required?.

From my view at this time it seems the world learns how to kill more, like to cheat more, as more and are not used to manipulate the experience, history, scientific knowledge for a better world. NO ONE would live MUCH BETTER BUT ALSO WOULD BE MUCH CHEAPER AND EASY.

* The commander of the Italian Air Force died in a helicopter crash, participated in the bombing of innocent people in Libya in 2011.

source: libia-sos.blogspot.ch




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The draft constitution aside, Libyans aren’t enjoying equal rights

The draft constitution aside, Libyans aren’t enjoying equal rights

By Ronald Bruce St. John

Two years after the formal liberation of Libya on Oct. 23, 2011, a country very different from that envisioned in the Draft Constitutional Charter – a document that declared all Libyans to be equal before the law to enjoy equal civil and political rights – is emerging. Early National Transitional Council decisions proved a harbinger of things to come. Despite women playing an active role in the revolution, women’s rights advocates were dismayed when the rebels appointed only one woman, Salwa Fawzi al-Deghali, to the NTC when it was formed in March 2011. She was joined in May by Hania al-Gumati; however, these two women remained the only females on the 40-person NTC until the revolution ended. Mustafa Abdel-Jalil, the NTC chairman, raised fresh concerns about the rights and roles of women in post-Gadhafi Libya when he suggested in October 2011 that a Gadhafi-era law restricting polygamy was contrary to Shariah law and should be abolished.

As the July 2012 General National Congress election approached, the NTC took several controversial decisions, primarily to assuage the concerns of federalists advocating autonomy for northeastern Libya as well as those of a variety of Islamist groups including the Muslim Brotherhood and a fragmented ensemble of Salafist groups. When a January 2012 draft of the election law proposed a 10 percent quota for women, it was dropped in the face of Islamist opposition in favor of a requirement that party lists alternate male and female candidates.

After federalists in early March 2012 revealed plans for an autonomous federal province in Cyrenaica, the NTC announced that the constitutional committee would consist of 20 members each from Cyrenaica, Fezzan and Tripolitania, instead of being based on the population in those three regions.

In late April, the NTC also dropped the election law’s ban on ethnic, tribal and religious parties, again due to complaints from Islamist groups. Finally, in the face of ongoing federalist pressure, the NTC amended the Draft Constitutional Charter to require the 60-member committee that would draft the new constitution, known as the “60-Committee,” to be directly elected as opposed to being appointed by the GNC. This last decision was taken only two days before the GNC election, leaving no time for public discussion or debate, and it further extended the political process leading to nationwide parliamentary and presidential elections by several months.

Where the Draft Constitutional Charter called for national elections in late 2013, they cannot now be held before the end of 2014, giving interest groups, particularly the federalists and Islamists, additional time to pursue their own agendas.

In the run-up to the GNC election, a host of NGOs were formed to advocate for women’s rights, and their efforts contributed to a dramatic increase in female political participation with 600 women registered as candidates. In the end, 33 women were elected to the 200-member GNC; however, only two were named to the 33-member Cabinet of the interim government that followed.

The election results suggested some progress was being made in the area of women’s rights, but they hardly suggested a seismic shift in attitudes toward the role of women in public life. Moreover, during the August 2012 handover of political power from the NTC to the GNC, NTC chairman Abdel-Jalil again incensed women’s rights advocates when he humiliated Sarah Elmesellati, a young woman hosting the event, asking her to leave the congress hall after a prominent Islamist walked out because she was not wearing a headscarf.

Over the following year, Islamist groups in particular found common ground in supporting steps aimed at thwarting the efforts of Libyan women to play a more active role in society. In February 2013, the Supreme Court overturned Law 10, the Gadhafi-era marriage act that required a husband to secure the approval of his first wife before he took a second. The Supreme Court decision was denounced by some advocates of women’s rights, but other Libyan women accepted it because the ruling was consistent with Shariah. Many advocates for women’s rights accept that the new constitution will be based on Shariah and see – or at least pretend to see – little contradiction between having Shariah as the principal source of legislation and their demands for gender equality. Their expressed concern is how Shariah will be interpreted and applied.

In March 2013, Grand Mufti Sheikh Sadeq al-Ghariani, Libya’s supreme religious leader, added to the concerns of women’s rights advocates when he issued a fatwa against a United Nations document on the Status of Women, contending it was contrary to Islamic law. His criticism centered on the document’s equating of men and women, its treatment of inheritance, its wording on sexual freedoms, and its discussion of the rights of children born out of wedlock.

Later in March, Ghariani called on the government to ban Libyan women from marrying foreigners, and in April, he called on the government to put an end to mixed-gender education and employment on the grounds it encouraged immoral behavior.

In May 2013, the GNC, under pressure from heavily armed groups, passed the Political Isolation Law, banning Libyans who worked for the Gadhafi regime from holding public positions for 10 years.

The number of people affected by the law has proved difficult to quantify. However, former Prime Minister Mahmoud Jibril has estimated that it could exclude as many as 500,000 people from state jobs and public life.

Passage of the law was seen as a major victory for the Muslim Brotherhood’s Justice and Construction Party and smaller Islamist parties because the law could potentially give them a wider parliamentary majority in future elections. The Iraqi experience, where a U.S.-backed program of de-Baathification stripped tens of thousands of Saddam Hussein loyalists of their jobs and contributed to years of insurgency, suggests the isolation law is a poorly thought out law that strikes at the heart of democratic rights and freedoms.

The composition of the 60-Committee is another example of the current trend toward disenfranchisement, as it is neither inclusive nor representative. Extrapolating from the geographical breakdown of the most recent census (2006) and a current population of approximately 6 million people, Tripolitania has been allocated one committee representative for every 190,900 inhabitants, Cyrenaica one for every 85,500, and Fezzan one for every 23,431.

Women constitute around half the population of Libya and demanded a minimum of 15 committee seats, but they were allocated only six. Ethnic minorities such as the Amazigh (Berber), Tubu and Tuareg are also underrepresented on the committee and have withdrawn from the constitutional process in protest.

Given the opaque procedure used to arrive at a 60-Committee that under-represents large swaths of the population, an inclusive, transparent and orderly constitutional drafting process appears highly improbable. The recent decision to headquarter the 60-Committee in the old parliament building in Beida, a location distant from the majority of Libyans but in the heart of eastern federalist sentiment and in a region where the Muslim Brotherhood enjoys strong support, adds to concerns about transparency, inclusiveness and legitimacy.

The decision to under-represent over half the Libyan population on the 60-Committee, notably women, is only the most recent example of the attitudes and actions of Islamist groups and their allies who have become increasingly bold in their intimidation of women, threatening to return them to the margins of society. Leaflets preaching the importance of women wearing the hijab have appeared throughout Libya, and female judges and lawyers are being subjected to a not-so-subtle campaign to limit their practice to family law, if not to drive them out of the profession altogether.

Already forced to train in secret due to earlier threats from Islamists, members of the women’s national football team were prevented from participating in a July 2013 tournament in Germany, officially because it was Ramadan but also because Islamists disapproved.

With much of the world understandably focused on security issues and the related interruptions in oil and gas production in Libya, little attention is being played to a series of events that have steadily chipped away at a political process that two years ago appeared to have the potential to become a model for democratic governance in the region.

Clearly, the restoration of security and a restart of the economy are critical issues in the short term; however, in the long run, the resolution of larger questions involving legitimacy, transparency, inclusiveness, equality and consensus will be of far greater importance to Libyans and the outside world.

The promise of the Draft Constitutional Charter lay in its commitment to democracy, popular sovereignty and the protection of human rights, a promise that can only be realized in a permanent constitution that declares all Libyans, including women, equal before the law and guaranteed full civil, economic and political rights.

source: dailystar.com.lb