BREAKING Libyan Tribes Report Bombings Executed Against Extremist Militias


BREAKING Libyan Tribes Report Bombings Executed Against Extremist Militias

Submitted by JoanneM

Update Libya – Tribes of Libya report that many bombing raids were executed against the rubbish Misurata militias and other extremist gangs in Libya. The raids were executed starting yesterday and continue today. They are striking weapons depots, armed vehicles, training camps and many other sites. The source of these bombings is not yet confirmed.

But God Bless them whomever they are..

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NEWS FROM OCCUPIED LIBYA


NEWS FROM OCCUPIED LIBYA

Editors note: I had to break the rules this once.

Assassination of Salah Al Najma Club coach football in front of the door of the club 
15/02/2014
Sources news about the assassination of Salah al-Sharif coach football star quintet in front of the door of the club. Did not give any information about the sources of that the assassination.

Exposure to players and administrative team Ahli Tripoli attacked and beaten.

According to news sources for exposure to players and administrative team Ahli Tripoli was attacked and beaten by the army and the police forces of Finance.

Video statement deterrence and rapid intervention concerning the statement Khalifa Haftar

14/02/2014

Fraraadd of detainees from a prison in the city of Zliten Mager

News sources reported today from the city of Zliten about 90 detainees escape from a prison in the city of Zliten and Majer sources said that smuggler was arrested with the help of the people of the region, against the backdrop of the kidnapping of 40 detainees from prison two days ago by armed militias from Misurata.

Video expulsion of Al-Jazeera crew by demonstrators in the city of Benghazi 

Video Tripoli Local Council statement about the statement Khalifa Haftar 14/02/2014 

Colonel Boubacar Najat Ali al-Obeidi, an assassination attempt in Benghazi 
Sources said shortly before the news of the city of Benghazi on the survival of Colonel Ali al-Obeidi, Boubacar an assassination attempt outside his home district of the city of Benghazi peace and sources said that al-Obeidi exposure to shootings by unidentified gunmen and was injured in the chest area.

editors note: Till now there is an arrest warrant for Hefter but no body is willing to catch him please do not forget that Hefter belongs to CIA he exiled himself while he was in the army with the Jamahiriya government and later was trained by the CIA, he came back on 2011 to topple the government. Last year one of his sons tried to rob a bank where he was shot on the leg and I think they cut off his leg now both of his sons live abroad with the money of Libya.

Everything is very quiet in Tripoli so quiet that you can hear a pin fall down waiting for the storm to come as we say here in Libya. The only thing that is moving in Tripoli are the UN TRUCKS with their special units checking the streets.

One last piece of news in Tobruk airport they caught a Qatari plane which was forced to land in Tobruk because of a malfunction and when searched they found military arms all the crew was arrested. 

 

States and militias Libya: Blood on the Sand Mustafa Elzaidi


States and militias Libya: Blood on the Sand Mustafa Elzaidi

 

Where is Libya heading today? A question is raised after the military intervention of NATO was able to overthrow the revolutionary regime, led by the leader Muammar Gaddafi and the attempt to impose an interim authority in accordance with Western standards. But, as is always the case, false premises lead to false results. The West, perhaps under the influence of the false tears of Abdul Rahman Shalgam, did not pay enough attention to the details of political and social situation in Libya.

Libya emerged exhausted from the Italian colonial period in the middle of the last century where it was subjected to genocide and displacement operations and the resettling of Italians in place of the Libyans. The country suffered three great famines: in 1923, 1936 and 1947 as a result of a long stage of oppression and ethnic/tribal cleansing practiced by the Turks along a period of more than five centuries.

The victorious countries in World War II attempted to subject Libya as a colony of one of the defeated Axis countries to their control politically and economically. Thus, they set up a puppet regime that kept the interests of the victorious nations in the form of direct military bases and unlimited economic and political influence.

However, the case of the national consciousness in the Arab region brought about by the national revolution of Egypt has spread to Libya, where a progressive revolution broke out led by the Free Unionist Officers’ Movement headed by the leader Muammar Gaddafi.

The First of September Revolution (Al Fateh Revolution) worked to build a modern independent state: it evacuated the foreign bases and the Italian settlers; nationalized the major sources of wealth “oil and banks”; and executed plans to bring about economic and social development through the expansion of schooling, the development of infrastructure and the search for alternative sources for oil. It also conducted, since the mid-seventies, an experiment to involve citizens in the political process through the project of direct democracy. However, due to its domestic, regional and international policies Libya was set on a collision course with the west.
Muammar Gaddafi was classified as the number one enemy of the Western colonial project and was subjected to continuous attempts of elimination, the most important of which was the direct military aggression in 1986 to kill him.

At the outbreak of unrest in Tunisia at the end of 2010, the forces hostile to the Al Fateh Revolution availed themselves of the opportunity to form a local alliance from ex-prisoners Islamists, liberals and some tribes in Cyrenaica, Misurata and Alzentan, to face up to the Revolution. The Alliance managed to get media and financial support from the major Gulf States associated with the West to spark a civil war in February 2011 that was successful in dragging the major powers to direct military intervention.

Despite the full state of siege imposed on the country and limited resources and without regional or international support, Libya managed to withstand for a long period of time in the face of the military operations of NATO and its allies. But in the end, the firepower of NATO was capable of resolving the battle and succeeded in the assassination of the leader Gaddafi in a manner that will go down in history from different angles and through multiple images.

The slogan raised throughout the conflict was the liberation of Libya from dictatorship, democracy-building, securing human rights, establishing the State of laws, and achieving economic prosperity … After more than nine months from the assassination of Gaddafi and more than a year and a half of the occupation of Cyrenaica, one may raise the question: What are the results of those events in Libya today?

One look at the political and social reality in Libya illustrates a status of total chaos, and dispersion into small separate States. Every city and region is managed in practice independently through rival militia boards. In the city of Tripoli alone, there are more than 19 military councils
that have nothing to do with one another. The cities are disconnected: the city of Alzentan has nothing to do with Gheryan city, nor does the city of Zwara relate to the city of Aljmeil, nor has Derna City any relations with Albeidha City. Despite being adjacent cities, militia-guarded gates separate them from each other totally. The Transitional National Council and the interim government do not exist on the ground. Their essential mission is to disburse funds to these militias and to issue arbitrary laws against Gaddafi supporters.

According to 2006 statistics, the population of Libya is 5,250,000, with more than 537,000 now refugees in Tunisia, as reported by Mr. Jamal Jernaz, ambassador of Libya in Tunisia. Egypt’s official statistics, with respect to the number of displaced Libyans, point to about 850,000
citizens. Mr. Ali Al Sallabi, de facto ruler of Libya from behind the curtain, said in an interview in the Libyan state television that the number of displaced Libyans emigrating from the paradise of the alleged “revolution” is more than 1.5 million. According to him, there are 25,000 Libyan asylum seekers in Italy alone, while the Libyans in Chad, Niger and Mali are almost a quarter of a million; in Algeria, Morocco and Jordan the number is more than 150,000 at the very least.

Does the talk about democracy and human rights mean to empty Libya from its population for the simple fact that most of them are pro Gaddafi?

In an exchange with Mr. Feltman, U.S. Assistant Secretary of State in Tunisia on July 16, 2011, in an attempt to find a political solution to the Libyan crisis, I told him that the leading forces behind the military operations waged against the legitimate State in Libya is the al-Qaeda
Organization. I know that the Americans received our assertion cynically and did not pay any attention to it. The events today confirm that the backbone of the armed militia in control of Libya is the al-Qaeda groups. Mr. Abdul Hakim Alhsadi or Abdul Basit Azouz in Derna City are
not alone; they have colleagues scattered all over the country. As vital operatives of the government Al Sedik Algheiti is Undersecretary of the Ministry of Defense, Al Hadi Alkhadhrawi is Undersecretary of the Ministry of the Interior, while Mustafa Alsaqizli and Abdullah Dawadi are in charge of the Veterans Affairs. The Security Committees and Military Councils around the country are littered with other associates of theirs: Ismail Al Sallabi and Fawzi Abuktef are pivotal members of the Security Committee in Benghazi, and Abdel-Wahab Qaid, a brother of Hassan Qaid “Abu Yahya al-Libi,” is head of the Security Committee in the south, while Ali Ishtewi and his companions control the Security Committee of Syrte. In the Tripoli area, the Security Committee is headed by Abdel-Raouf Kara and Abdul Wahab Gnifid, the Security Committee of the city of Tarhuna is chaired by Abdul Aleem Saedi, while Embarek Alftmani aka “Bin Laden” is in charge of the Security Committee of Bin Walid. The Military Council of Alzentan is headed by Alijmi Alaitri and Taher Al Jdei. These Qaida operatives are not less important than Abdul Hakim Belhadj and Nabil Saadi, all of whom are al Qaeda veterans who fought in Afghanistan, Chechnya and Iraq. No matter how the Western powers tried to turn a blind eye on these details or were deluded into the possibility of absorbing such individuals into a fake political process, the fact remains that they are quick-paced to strengthen Al-Qaeda in what they call the Islamic Maghreb, starting with the formation of an Al Qaida nucleus in Tunisia, the reviving and arming of Al Qaeda in Egypt and expansion in the sub-Saharan area. 

As we have already warned the world, the Libyan society is a tribal society where the Italian colonialism and the Turkish before it left, as we have tribal feuds that the Al Fateh Revolution tried to bridge. Recent events had enough fuel to stoke them and revive the already warned world, the Libyan society is a tribal society where the historical conflict between the Gaddafi tribes and Werfalla tribes on one side and the tribes of Misurata on the other, between the tribes of Meshashia and the tribes of Alzentan, between the tribes of Nalut and the tribes of Al Siaan, and among the tribes of Zwara and the tribes of Aljmeil. However, the most serious outcome of these events was the unprecedented ethnic/tribal cleansing never witnessed in Libyan history. All the people of Tawergha were forced to abandon their homes in Tawergha for being of black skin by the adjacent city of Misurata, where the majority of the population is of Turkish origin. An ethnic war broke out between the Tobu on one side, and the Zweia tribes and Awlad Soleiman on the other side, in Kufra and Sebha, and between the Tuareg and the inhabitants of Ghadames.

The conflict between the east of the country and the west is also looming and the war drums began to beat as heavily as ever. The process of declaring Cyrenaica an independent state is in full swing, and the forces of Barqa are stationed since more than one month in the Red Valley
area which is the boundary between Cyrenaica and Tripoli.The result of NATO’s operations in Libya is visibly clear and could be characterized as total chaos; armed militias everywhere; financial, media and military momentum to Al Qaeda Organization; and a country on the brink of civil war. The government appointed by NATO is a sham, needed for media and publicity, while the alleged elections are not practically possible in light of the dysfunctional security situation, unless it is merely a play to distract public opinion. 

By means of his limited private fortune, Bin Laden was successful in forming an organization that threatened world security and peace, the leaders of the west mocked Libya’s request to capture Bin Laden in the early years of the beginning of his activity. How would it be the case if Abdul Hakim Belhadj, Abdel Basset Azzouz and their groups established their base, propelled by this huge amount of money that Gaddafi wanted to save for the future Libyan generations, in this vast Libyan Desert, overlooking Europe from the south and the African forest from the north? There is no doubt that a nightmare awaits the world.

The Libyan crisis can be solved now, but time will make it the more complex… Now the majority of Libyan men and women are against al Qaeda and its militias and policies. They are ready to resist it, but they lack assistance and support. The Libyans are able to choose a democratic tool to manage their affairs if they were given the opportunity to freely determine their own destiny away from the influence of the militias.

The world intervened under the pretext of protection of civilians, but all reports published by international organizations and human rights groups and truth commissions confirm that there were no systematic killings of civilians, or acts of rape and that it is nothing more than pre-planned media lies intended to topple the revolutionary regime in Libya.

Today, those killed in Libya since the assassination of Gaddafi until now exceed 15,000. Pro – western International human rights organizations talk about imaginary numbers of detainees in secret prisons run by armed teenagers with no moral or legal controls, where all forms of torture and persecution are practiced against innocent people, and where the detainees are considered guilty until proven innocent. The judicial system is absolutely broken, and ex-criminals are in charge of security. For example, the Medina Police Station in Tripoli, one of the biggest police stations in the capital is managed by a former prisoner sentenced to life imprisonment for drug trafficking. Thus is the case in other cities.

The Libyan scene today: more than a third of the population is forced to relocate abroad … Entire cities and tribes are displaced at home … People are treated according to their tribal identities, and not because they are Libyan nationals … Libya is practically a disassembled, devastated State: no laws, no security, no safety. Is not this sufficient justification for international intervention to protect civilians and to protect the rights of individuals and the defense of freedoms?

Shalgam’s false tears, which he shed in the Security Council, deceived the world and I am sure that he regrets them if he still has some degree of humanity. It is about time that the conscience of the world—moved by the rivers of blood flowing from the Libyan men, women and children— and the pain of millions who suffer from oppression, discrimination and displacement in order to correct what political mistakes he committed, the price of which was paid by the innocent people of the major Libyan tribes such as Tawergha, Meshashia, Gadadfa, Tobo, Wershefana, Werfalla and Tarhuna. An international peaceful intervention is necessary to enable the Libyans to achieve self-determination without pressure and to choose the system of government that suits them, without external interference and to secure their future according to their requirements and desires.

Prof. Mustafa Elzaidi
Former Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs Libya

source: shoebat.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/11/Blood_on_the_Sand_110312.pdf

 

 

 

 

 

Libya in a week: From September 7th to September 13th, 2013


Libya in a week: From September 7th to September 13th, 2013

Written by Alrassed Alliby Editor

This report reviews the most important political, security and social events taking place in Libya over the whole week, the report focuses in particular on the situation of human rights in Libya specially after the proliferation of militias and armed gangs, and the government’s inability to deal with it or face it, in addition to what the Libyan citizens are facing from various violations of fundamental rights, especially women and children.

 

First: the security situation: 

 

1-Gunmen open fire on a checkpoint in Sousse at the Green mountain

Unidentified gunmen launched on Friday an attack on a checkpoint in the city of Sousse at the Green mountain resulting the injury of one security elements located tat he point. A security source in the region said that security forces exchanged fire with the gunmen and the process of engagement ended by the escape  of the attackers from the scene.

 

2-Arrest of the accused of murdering Chief officers Nasser El Haddad at criminal police in Benghazi

Elements of the Criminal Investigation Department in the Directorate of Security in Benghazi on Saturday arrested the accused of murdering Chief officers Nasser El Haddad of the criminal police in Benghazi. The competent authorities investigated by referring him to Alkwyfah prison. The head of the officers “Nasser El Haddad” was found dead by gunshot wounds at Sidi Khalifa area at late August.

 

3-A military man is shooting at the prime minister’s residence in the capital

A man wearing a military uniform, a little while ago, fired a barrage of bullets at the prime minister’s residence in the center of the capital Tripoli. (***He lives in a suite at 5* hotel, the PM is scared to live in his deluxe villa as he knows he will be assassinated  Destroying part of the outer door of the headquarters before they shoot. The demonstrators demanding to bring down the government, tried to dissuade him from the operation and convince him to stop but he returned to his car and bring a Kalashnikov rifle and fired at the headquarters which raised a state of panic between the demonstrators.

 

4-The arrest of an armed gang during a robbery in Zliten

Director of Branch of crime control in Zliten Milad Alashihb Said that the elements of Crime control arrested a gang whose members are Libyan while an  armed robbery to steal the shops, sheep and gas cylinders, and after interrogation they admitted that they had carried out several robberies amounted to approximately 50 theft.

 

5-A security source: the death of one of the first infantry battalion Benghazi

A security source in Benghazi said , the element of the first infantry battalion Benghazi was killed with two others of his colleagues in the battalion during the funeral of two of their colleagues that were killed yesterday in Benghazi. The source said that during the honorary salute by firing 21 rounds for the dead was unable to one element of the battalion of control over his personal weapon during the launch that led to the fall of his weapon on the ground and continued firing, killing one and wounding two critical condition. (****Its a shame I wasn’t there)

 

6-Launch an RPG at the center of national security in Benghazi

Security source at the intelligence services from Benghazi, said that the Security Center was exposed to launch of (RPG), causing minor damage in the building and cars glass. The source added that the city’s population faced bomber  firing from their personal weapons in the region of Sidi Hussein.

 

7-Charred body of anonymous was Found at the University of Benghazi

Security elements found at the University of Benghazi, an unidentified charred body behind the university. A security source said that the university security personnel found a charred body of an unidentified during their wandering behind the building of the University of Benghazi.

 

8-Violent explosion of the Building of Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Benghazi

A car bomb exploded in front of the building of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation city of Benghazi. The spokesman for the joint security room in Benghazi Colonel Abdullah Zaidi said the explosion caused no human losses, and that the damage has been narrowed in the crash of large parts of the building facades and destroyed a number of motor vehicles parked in the place and other medium damages to buildings next to the headquarters of the targeted building.

 

9-The body of a young man was found dead inside a car in Garyounis neighborhood in Benghazi

The elements of the security services in Benghazi, Found the body of a young man in the second decade-old dead inside a car in Garyounis neighborhood behind the University of Benghazi. The spokesman of the joint security room Benghazi, Colonel Abdullah Zaidi said the young man named Mohammed Elkatrani was killed by a white weapon where he had several stab in the heart.   

 

10-Zaidan : naming a new minister of Interior during the coming days

The head of the interim government, Ali Zaidan, said that the coming days will witness the naming of a new minister of interior. Zaidan said that “who is in charge of the functions of the Minister of Interior is the Deputy Prime Minister El Seddik Abdulkarim who is in Charge with this business and will takeover it until when a new minister is named in the coming days”

 

11-Death of Libyan soldiers and the injury of a third in an attack on a military vehicle in Sirte

A Libyan military source Announced  the death of two soldiers and the injury of a third, after unknown assailants targeted a vehicle belonging to the Libyan army in city of Sirte. The commander of the military police in Sirte, Gamal El Zahawi said that «unidentified gunmen targeted a vehicle of the First Infantry Brigade during its return from Tripoli on its way to Benghazi and fired a hail of bullets.

 

Second: political situation 

1-Brotherhood of Libya will meet tomorrow to consider their withdrawal of the Government of Zaidan

Press sources said that the Libyan political bureau of the party “Justice and Development”, the political arm of the Libyan Muslim Brotherhood will meet with the existence of the President Mohamed Sawan on Sunday for a final decision to settle the future of the party within the coalition government, headed by Zaidan since last November. Sources in the party said that there are calls from some party officials to withdraw from the government and freeze the membership of the party with the National Congress in the General Assembly (Parliament), which is the highest constitutional authority in the country.

 

2-Mufti Ghiryani, for the government: adhering to stay with deficit is cheating for the parish and betrayal of trust

The Grand Mufti of Libya Sheikh Sadiq Ghiryani, said that the minimum for any government in the world, to do for the sake of its people – to give her the right to keep and stay – is the people’s sense of security for their lives and their money, and in their ways and businesses and functions, and its ability to impose its sovereignty on the wealth of the nation, and the entire soil. The Ghiryani in a statement via his official international information network that “the government if they meet the conditions of survival of these, it must then achieve justice among the parish, and demonstrate transparency, and work on equal opportunities between the sons of the nation.

 

3-Head of a local Tripoli accused the government of obstructing the work of local councils

The head of the local Council of Tripoli Sadat al-Badri, said that the interim government is an obstacle to the work of his council for unjustified reasons. And explained Badri that the government did not give an adequate budget for the Council in all the projects that was put forward regarding the maintenance of some schools and taking care of the aesthetic appearances of the capital and the start of some infrastructure projects, except for the Steering budget.

 

4-Foreign Minister decides to sue the Party of Justice and development in the accusations to his ministry

Minister of Foreign Affairs and Libyan International Cooperation Mohamed Abdel Aziz, said he will resort to justice in relation to the accusations addressed to his Party of Justice and development, about overburdening his ministry with corruption files and depletion of public money. Party of Justice and development, the political arm of the Muslim Brotherhood in Libya accused the Foreign Ministry as burdened by corruption, and that in Gtathis is within the war waged by the Muslim Brotherhood on the interim government and the relations between the two parties reached an impasse.

 

5-The Muslim Brotherhood in Libya are putting pressure on the prime minister to resign

The Party of Justice and development, the political arm of the Muslim Brotherhood in Libya, called on Prime Minister Ali Zaidan to resign, accusing him of not tackling corruption and not establishing a unified national army. Said Mohammed Sawan the leader of the Party of Justice and development, the second largest party in the Libyan Legislative Council that Party examines also pulling out five ministers from the Government of Zaidan, including the oil minister. 

 

6-Dozens of residents of Kufra organize a march to demand federalism

Tens of residents of the town of Kufra organized their first demonstration in the city demanding the application of the federal system since the emergence of the idea of federalism and supporters of a federal system in Libya. The demonstrators expressed their resentment of the centralized that the city of Kufra has suffered from in particular and Burqa region in general over the past four decades, and its rejection to it

 

7-The Almnfah tribe supports the territorial integrity and is demanding the government the formation of the army and police         

The Almnfah tribe in Tobruk region, on Thursday, called the the interim government to activate the military and police institutions and other institutions. The elders of  Almnfah in a statement said that they are with the unity of the country, arguing that it demanded the government to activate the army and police institutions, also rejected the actions of some of the tribe as closing the ports of oil and its sources. 

 

Third: economic situation 

1-Union’s oil sector: oil ports in the Eastern Region are still closed.

The President of the Federation of the oil and gas sector Loay David, on Monday, the oil ports in the Eastern region  are still closed until now.

Daoud  said that they are await for  the decision of the Commission crisis consisting that was elected by the National Congress General on these ports, pointing out that until now there is no clear vision of the Commission in this regard. Pointed out that the Union held a meeting attended by 28 organizations from civil society organizations and the Committee of the Elders of Tripoli to discuss how to re-open the oil ports. 

 

2-Libyan Iron and Steel company stopped running some ovens due to the lack of electricity

The Libyan company of Iron and Steel decided to shutdown steel mill ovens No. (2) for the provision of $ (120 MW) of electricity for the public network in Libya. The official media company Mohammed Alkhmaria, said  that the decision was made ​​after the company received calls from the General National Congress and the ministries of industry and electricity to reduce the consumption of the company and service to citizens, despite the high costs that would result from processes shut down and restart.

 

3-Britain, America, France, Italy, expressing concern about the constant interruptions of Libya’s exports of energy

Expressed the governments of Britain, the United States, France, Italy, the growing concern about the continuing disruption of Libya’s exports of energy during the last month(***Yes they are worried because slowly but surely the Libyans are waking up and they do not want sell the Libyan oil for peanuts as the FUKUS demands). These governments confirmed in a joint press statement their support for the efforts of the prime minister, “Ali Zeidan,” and his government to solve the problem of energy exports crashes in Libya peacefully and as soon as possible .. Calling all Libyans to avoid divisions, and stand behind their government’s legitimacy and taking into consideration the national interest of their country.

 

Fourth: Human rights 

1 – The Association for Human Rights Observer deliberately condemns the Government of Zaidan walk Libya for the abyss and falling 

Assembly of human rights observer condemned what it called deliberately government on Zaidan by walking Libya  to the towards the abyss, and Assembly issued a  statement confirming the government’s failure to take any action to maintain internal security or the protection of human rights, in addition to widespread poverty in the country.

2-Libya block nearly a million web site for local

Libya announced that it blocked nearly a million porn site from appearing in the local internet pointing out that 40 percent of web users were accessing these sites according to a parliamentary official revealed .The Chairman of the Committee of Communications and Transport in the General National Congress (parliament) Mohamed Ammari Zayed on the official page on the social networking site Facebook, “it was done and blocked more than 962 000 porn site from appearing in Libya.   (****But I thought we had a democracy! Why are they blocking these sites? really IS ZAIDAN’s administration being a more DICTATORSHIP GOVERNMENT?)

 

Fifth: Libyan international relations 

1-Libya Brotherhood criticize Zaidan’s visit to Egypt and meeting al-Sisi and its considered  as a political maneuver

Party of”Justice and Development”, the political arm of the Muslim Brotherhood in Libya, criticized the visit of the President of the interim Government in Libya Ali Zaidan to Egypt and meeting the Defense Minister Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, and the Chief of Staff Sedki Sobhi. The party said in a statement issued by the offcial, he is aware that Zaidan’s visit to Egypt comes within the framework of a political maneuver for the shuffle the cards and to take the public attention away from domestic issues, pointing out that the party would not pay any attention to it, and is quite aware with the most important phase entitlements.

 

2-Zaidan responding to the Brotherhood: It seems that the partisan Association for Libyan Justice and development Party with his counterpart in Egypt, is largest than the National Association

Prime Minister Ali Zaidan said he will not care about that accusations by the Party of Justice and development on his recent visit to the Arab Republic of Egypt. Zaidan said that Party of Justice and development apparently proved that what linked him with the Freedom and Justice Party – its counterpart in Egypt – is more powerful than his National Association.

 

3-The release of 13 Ukraine sailors were detained in Libya

The Foreign Ukrainian’s Ministry Announced on Saturday  the return of 13 Ukrainian sailors that were detained by Libyan armed militias because of a trade dispute since July 17 last year. Ministry explained, according to Ukraine Press – the sailors arrived in Kiev on Friday on a flight from the city of Larnaca, Cyprus, stressing that all of them are okay.

 

4-Algerian security source: western military intervention in the south of Libya and Tunisia to prevent jihadists

Algerian security source predicted a Western military intervention in the south of Libya and Tunisia to prevent the formation of the leaders of the jihadists threaten the security of the region. The security source told the Algerian newspaper (Al-Khobar) that President Abdelaziz Bouteflika, “giving the green light for the army and the different security services to deal with any security threat on the borders with the presence of several Western countries monitoring the troubled security situation in the triangle of new terrorism, located between the four countries is Tunisia, Libya, Niger and Algeria, which was formed after the French military intervention in northern Mali.

 

5-Tunisia reveal the reasons for the declaration of the insulating zone border with Libya and Algeria to confront terrorism

The Tunisian Ministry of Defense said the reasons of the establishment of an insulating zone in the desert on the Tunisian border with Libya and Algeria, is growing of security threats and doubled the threat of the terrorism organizations,” as also revealed the geographical area of ​​the region, which covers the three spaces of the desert region

 

6-Catching 37 Egyptian before escaping to Libya via the land border

Egyptian security forces at the Directorate Matrouh on Saturday busted 37 Egyptian before escaping through the Egyptian-Libyan border illegally at Siwa Oasis, while passing the security ambush through Siwa Matrouh road.

 

Sixth: The living conditions: 

 

1-Demonstrations in front of the headquarters of the Council of Ministers to demand the resignation of the interim government protesting against the low service provided

Tens of citizens today in front of the headquarters of the Presidency of the Council of Ministers in Tripoli demonstrate to express their dissatisfaction with the low level of basic services needed by the citizens, demanding the resignation of the interim government, and to freeze the work of political parties. The demonstrators demanded the formation of a government of national Rescue, asserting in a statement to the Libyan news agency that the reason for the protest was the result of the interim government’s failure to provide the most basic rights and requirements needed by the citizen represented in electricity and water.

 

2-Crisis committee at the National Congress meets the Locals of Zaitan to discuss the oil crises, water and electricity

A crisis management committee at the General National Congress, on Sunday, held a meeting at the Diwan of the presidency of the conference in Tripoli, with the local council of Zaitan to review developments in the domestic arena especially oil crisis, water and electricity. The Information Office of the National Conference said that “the meeting included discussion of the report of the Committee which was introduced by the Chairman of the Committee on the crisis of the General National Congress in its morning session and remarks made by some members about it.

 

3-Crisis committee at the National Conference confirms that the water will reach areas in two days

A crisis management committee at the National Conference Sunday Held a meeting at the Diwan of the presidency of the General National Congress in Tripoli to discuss the report of the Committee which was introduced by the Chairman of the crisis Committee on the General National Congress in its morning session and the remarks made by some members about it.

 

4-Audit Bureau assesses the performance of the Libyan oil of Al Hilal ports

Audit Bureau confirmed that he had examined and evaluating the performance of the Libyan oil Crescent ports and reassured that the documentary cycle and control mechanisms on crude oil export operations do not allow the shipment or smuggling of Libyan crude oil illegally through those ports.

 

5-Dozens of angry protesters from the water outage in the capital, seeking to cut off contacts for the southern region

Dozens of angry demonstrators of the population of street El Zawia in the center of the capital, Tripoli, on Thursday, closed the building of the Ministry of Communications and Information and preventing employees from their work. And demonstrators blocked the ministry building and demanded to cut off connections on the southern region of the country in response to what some members of the tribe Almgarhh did of cutting the water supply on the capital for days – because of the reservation on the daughter of the intelligence chief of Gaddafi regime Anoud Abdullah Sanusi – which returned to some areas of the capital While waiting her return again after the release of al-Sanusi and delivered her to the family in Sabha.

 

6-Sit-in of special needs in Bayda

The  special needs in Bayda on Wednesday, organized a sit-in in front of the parliament building and the city’s main streets, demanding the Sub-Commission for the city’s municipal council elections to give them a seat at the Council. According to director of the Freedom Association for people with special disabilities Freiha Majeed that this segment will remain protesting until their right is obtained in the Municipal Council seat

 

Seventh: Libya in the international press: 

 

1 – BBC wonder: Does the militias apply a new map in Libya?

The British Broadcasting Corporation the BBC said that a group of militias in Libya took control of the oil fields in the province of Burqa in the Eastern Province and blocked oil ports where demanding the separation from the central authority within the federal system that lays out the new Libya. Officials and Libyan citizens describe this crisis as a strike to life in Libya, where oil accounts reach  98 percent of state revenues. The agent of the Ministry of Libyan oil and gas Omar Alchukmak in an interview told the BBC that “production and exports of Libyan oil fell to less than 300 thousand barrels a day after Libya’s exports in June last year to 1.3 million barrels per day.”

2-The Washington Post: Libya’s weak government is struggling to control the hundreds of armed militias

The America newspaper “The Washington Post” said that the weak Libyan government has little control over the security in the country after two years of revolution Arab Spring, which toppled  “Muammar Gaddafi”, and a year after the attack on the american compound in Benghazi that killed the U.S. ambassador “Christopher Stevens “and three others. The newspaper added that even small differences turn into frequent violence with weapons in the streets, and that the acts of kidnapping and armed robbery is increasing, and officials government are killed with guns and bombs, also gunmen and smugglers of weapons can cross the border with Chad, Niger, easily, and which have bad protection .

 

Eighth : And documentaries observer:

Libyan observer issued this week, the film documentary Qaeda and America unholy alliance review of U.S. relations with al Qaeda and Islamic militant groups .. And how America established and fought until the base has become the most important tools to implement its conspiracy to fragment the Arab world, especially in Libya, Syria, Iraq and Egypt.

source: alrassedalliby.com

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News From Occupied Libya

 

 1. Picture of the Egyptian army which is raising the green flag raises debate in Libya

A number of members of the Egyptian army waving the Green flag during a visit by Ali Zaidan to Cairo

Sprung up recently on social networking sites new image shows a number of members of the Egyptian army waving the Green flag “the science of the Great Jamahiriya”, according to these activists image Mokhodh during Prime Minister’s  Ali Zaidan visit  to Cairo.

 2. General Electricity Company in Libya warns: We will increase power cutting hours

The company said General Electric that current conditions experiencing “a significant shortfall in the supply of fuel on which they depend units electric power generation,” in addition to “high temperatures as well as the high rate of consumption of complex iron and steel energy from the public network, which reached up to 250 MW.”
According to a communique published by the company on its official site they have to “increase the   hours put loads in order to preserve the electrical grid.”
They witness it in the capital of Tripoli and other Libyan areas interruptions frequent power cuts, the impact on the daily life  of citizens as well as disruption of economic activities and services.   (***yes! yes! we have heard this before, this didn’t happen in the previous regime)

The company says General Electric facilities and their locations exposed to constant sabotage in addition to the thieves stealing copper wire carrying electric power. (**** lol they can not control anything these people)As previously invited the Minister of Electricity to announce the registration of the company a significant financial deficit due to failure of consumers to pay Atkhald discharged from the bills. (*** wait for it you will not see any Libyan paying for something that we used to have it free of charge, plus the service they are providing isn’t sufficient enough to make people pay)

 3. Clashes on the road between Mizdah and Gharyan

Exposed gate Alqdama affiliated to militias so-called Libyan army located on the road between Mizdah and Gharyan, on Thursday, shooting by unknown assailants just as a car on their way to Tripoli. According to a source from the gate Alqdama that a car type of Toyota Sierra Leone with three people opened fire at the gate and then fled, pointing out that the elements of the gate responded them shooting and they Bmtarthm what resulted in a coup car and injured someone from the smugglers and escaped in the mountains.

 4. Pictures: Heavy rain and strong winds in Libya

 5. Break into the Agricultural Bank of Sidi Hussein St. in Benghazi

Group “outlaws” had stormed yesterday the Agricultural Bank area,  and the group that stormed the building for the purpose of residential, injuring five members of the neighbors before Power comes from militias special operations police that wounded one of its members injured seriously during the clashes with the attackers. The city of Benghazi is witnessing in recent times under the security target figures.

 6. Deaths of hundreds of sheep in Zliten

A number of sheep breeders in Zliten killed large numbers of livestock, “sheep” in Houdaúarham and detection some breeders cause of death hundreds of these sheep in several  various regions of Zliten as a result of outbreaks of disease blue-tongue and plague. The so-called the Agriculture Ministry will do nothing.

 7. 4 children died as a result of drowning in the flood valley  in Bani Walid

 8. Migrate Anoud Sanusi from Mitiga Airport to Cairo

Press sources are talking about been security  Anoud arrival to Mitiga Airport by militiamen  to shield her and has been deported to her family in Cairo.

 

 9. Closing the streets of the capital of Tripoli to protest against the cut, of water, gasoline and electricity

The citizens  closed through the main artery of the street and Omar Mukhtar Street one of the main streets against the backdrop of lack of water and electricity and gasoline in Tripoli.
Libya became caught by the League of rail Tnhishha dogs they cut off the electricity, food and air conditioning, but the real revolution of the people who premature and unavoidable.

 

10. Clashes on the Libya-Chad border

Informed sources said that  violent clashes taking place between the Chadian army and militias Track City near Kufra , according to the transfer of this source, who declined to be named, said, that the Chadian army was chasing armed groups of Chadian opposition that were trained by Libyan government present on its territory, and they flee to the militias from the city of Kufra, clashes are still ongoing until the moment between the two parties within the Libyan border cool enough.

source :gaddafimedia.blogspot.com

 

News From Occupied Libya