Terrorist allies, “Mukhtar Awar” seek to control the government in Libya


 

Terrorist allies, “Mukhtar Awar” seek to control the government in Libya

حلفاء الإرهابي “مختار ألاعور” يسعون للسيطرة علي الحكم في ليبيا

Mukhtar Awar

Algerian – talking about a security report, a detailed analysis of the security situation surrounding areas in Libya, and the risks that lie in wait for in Algeria and the Maghreb region.

In general, on the short to medium term, according to what was nominated from the information of that report, the possibility of control currents Islamic jihadist, all power and authority in the Libyan land Ultra after the announcement of the so-called State of the caliphate in Iraq and Syria, and the allegiance of most terrorist organizations are active countries of the Maghreb and the Sahel, such as Al Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb,  Ansar al-Sharia two branches of Libya and Tunisia, and the movement of Ansar Dine in northern Mali.

Pointed out the information, that the interests of the Algerian intelligence, has spotted several suspicious movements in the Libyan territory, the leaders of these terrorist organizations, especially after the return of a lot of fighters who were active in Syria, and the assumption Salafis for leadership positions in what is known as the state of the caliphate, Kwale Diyala, Abu Hafs al-Libi, and leaders in the organization Tunisia , Algeria, Libya, and these have their influence on the Salafi jihadists Maghreb region, not to mention the financial liquidity, which has become by these organizations, and the size and quality of weapons that are available to them, and outnumber the Maghreb in organizing Daash 6,000 fighters, mostly from Tunisia and Libya.

Let it be known that at the Metiga military airport everyday military planes land from Qatar, Turkey, UAE and Saudi Arabia with  arms and ammunition which is given to these Jihadists. Very soon photos will follow. 

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Libya, ALBA and the West: Humanity’s Choice Between Cooperative Solidarity and Murderous Competition


alfatah69:

In September 2013, the Belfer Center of Harvard University published a study confirming that NATO’s war on Libya was based on downright falsehoods. In June this year the US authorities announced data indicating that the economy contracted 2.9% in the first quarter. In the same month Facebook admitted accusations that it had abused its system so as to carry out an unauthorized experiment in mass psychological manipulation of its users

But no one in the NATO countries concerned is facing trial in the International Criminal Court for the criminal aggression against Libya. Stock market prices continue at high levels and the financial media say, six years after the international financial system collapsed in 2008, that the recovery is “gaining traction”. The millions of Facebook users continue to use that social network as if nothing has happened presumably because it has become such an integral part of their daily routine.

The connection between these diverse apparently unrelated events is that they show the integral corruption of the criminal system of Western capitalism. No matter where one looks. In international relations, in the United Nations, in the economy, in the financial system, in intellectual life, in the communications media, in sports bodies like FIFA or the International Olympic Committee, corruption is everywhere. Virtually every area of public policy is perverted so as to benefit corporate elites.

In Western media, innumerable liberal and progressive analysts express an almost neurotic longing for change. The academic and media phenomenon of Thomas Piketty’s study of capitalism openly acknowledges the social and economic injustice of capitalism. The media phenomenon of Edward Snowden explicitly recognizes the routine abuse on a massive scale about which many other people before Snowden had raised the alarm for decades.

Few have noted the paradox that these media phenomena are generated by the self-same inert broken system that Snowden and Piketty criticize. Far from being a virtuous demonstration of democracy, essentially what Piketty and Snowden and their promoters are saying comes down to something like, “Sure, the system’s broken but if we tighten a nut here and a bolt there the machinery will work again just fine”. Or perhaps, if the Princess could only overcome her revulsion and kiss the toad everyone could live happily ever after. Real human history has been very different.

Human history prior to 1945 was one of a century and a half of bitter struggle by untold millions of women and men around the world against the sadistic cruelty and injustice of genocidal Western capitalism. That long history of struggle achieved a few positive results at end of the Second World War, including the start of decolonization and recognition of the right to self-determination. One can argue that those changes have helped the majority world to resist in some degree since 1990 the persistent surges of aggression by the Western powers trying to defend their residual global domination.

In recent years, Libya has been the most representative case of North American and European sadism and hypocrisy. The opportune study in 2013 by Alan Kuperman of Harvard University’s Belfer Center concludes : “Libya’s 2011 uprising was never peaceful, but instead was armed and violent from the start. Muammar al-Qaddafi did not target civilians or resort to indiscriminate force.” Kuperman adds, “NATO’s action magnified the conflict’s duration about sixfold, and its death toll at least sevenfold, while also exacerbating human rights abuses, humanitarian suffering, Islamic radicalism, and weapons proliferation in Libya and its neighbors.

While there has been wide recognition of the deceit-based failure of the wars against Afghanistan and Iraq, not for nothing have few admitted the disastrous failure of the war against Libya. More than any other recent conflict, the sadistic aggression against Libya revealed the falsity not just of Western governments and corporate media but also of Western alternative media, progressive intellectuals and progressive movements. Along the whole length of the Western political spectrum the most distinguished political academic and intellectual leaders were mistaken in the most humiliating and shameful way.

The destruction of Libya shows the completely rotten reality underlying the false claims to moral and intellectual superiority of Western political culture. The contagion of baseless prejudices and rumours glibly treated as fact also extended to many majority world intellectuals. It was truly remarkable how many supposedly cultured, sophisticated individuals, knowing practically nothing about Libya, expressed an irrational antipathy against both the Libyan Jamahiriya and its architect Muammar al-Gaddhafi.

Only a few leaders, notably Daniel Ortega, Hugo Chávez and Fidel Castro, showed the necessary wisdom to accurately assess what was happening. This is indisputable. So one obvious conclusion is to question the judgment of all those Western political leaders, intellectuals and many supposedly progressive movements, whatever their political label may be. The aggression against Libya has proven to be the graveyard of the credibility of public political and intellectual life in North America and Europe.

The UN showed itself yet again to be a reliable accomplice of aggression violating its most fundamental principles. Almost alone, it was the governments of the Bolivarian Alliance of the Americas who maintained a consistent and correct position based on an accurate assessment of the facts. When almost all other world political leaders failed so grossly on Libya, it is indeed interesting to look at why Daniel Ortega, Hugo Chávez, Fidel Castro and their ALBA colleagues got things right.

More than anyone those leaders and their colleagues like Nicolas Maduro, Evo Morales and Rafael Correa understand the meaning of the true history of mass struggle against the Western imperialist powers throughout the majority world. They were right about Libya and they are right now in their defence of Cuba, Venezuela and Argentina in Latin America and, elsewhere, of the people and government of Syria and the people of eastern Ukraine. Last week they again showed the strength of their anti-imperialist political vision in two very important events for Latin America and the Caribbean.

Firstly, last week saw the first meeting of the Administrative Council of the long delayed Bank of the South, a South American alternative to the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund. Secondly, last week also saw unanimous solidarity with Argentina from Latin American and Caribbean countries in the Organization of American States against US court judgments favouring predatory vulture funds. Both cases indicate the influence and prestige achieved in recent years of the ALBA countries’ vision of solidarity based regional integration.

As the economic and political crisis in the NATO countries deepens, the challenge to its global political and economic domination increases. The West promotes a vision based on greed and competition rigged via unfair trade, manipulative development cooperation and unjust debt. The increasingly influential ALBA vision, of solidarity and cooperation based on fundamental respect for nations’ self-determination is also the vision of the Libyan Jamahiriya. In Latin America, the deep moral battle between this vision and the destructive corporate greed of the West plays out mainly in the continuing vicious blockade of Cuba, the violent destabilization of Venezuela and, now, the wanton legal attack on Argentina’s economy.

Originally posted on Libya 360°:

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In September 2013, the Belfer Center of Harvard University published a study confirming that NATO’s war on Libya was based on downright falsehoods. In June this year the US authorities announced data indicating that the economy contracted 2.9% in the first quarter. In the same month Facebook admitted accusations that it had abused its system so as to carry out an unauthorized experiment in mass psychological manipulation of its users

But no one in the NATO countries concerned is facing trial in the International Criminal Court for the criminal aggression against Libya. Stock market prices continue at high levels and the financial media say, six years after the international financial system collapsed in 2008, that the recovery is “gaining traction”. The millions of Facebook users continue to use that social network as if nothing has happened presumably because it has become such an integral part of their…

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Exposing Obama Regime’s Support to Al Qaeda


 

Exposing Obama Regime’s Support to Al Qaeda

by Arabi Souri

 

What will you do when you discover you’ve been fooled by the ones you chose to lead you, and not only that, they used your money, your children, your future and your reputation to fool you?

If you had a tiny shred of humanity left in you, some of dignity, you’d go mad, but our experience proves you’ll re-elect the same gang time and again to fool you further as long as they can benefit on your account.

Each US Taxpayer contributes to the killing of innocent people worldwide by financing terrorist groups after going to wars directly is not a choice.. Or maybe it is still.

and here is another video which say’s the same things.

by: Western Journalism

Forces loyal to Libya’s Haftar claim arrest of foreign ‘spies’


Forces loyal to Libya’s Haftar claim arrest of foreign ‘spies’

 

Haftar’s Operation Dignity claims to have arrested foreign ‘spies’ working for the UN, prompting fierce denials

A Turkish national on his way out of Libya on 26 June, after Operation Dignity warns of arrests on espionage charges (AA)

 

Rumours are circling in Libya around the arrest of members of the European Union security team, after General Haftar’s Operation Dignity accused foreign workers of spying on Thursday.

Two members of the team protecting the EU delegation were arrested in Benghazi on Friday, and are being detained in one of the city’s hotels, reports Libyan daily al-Wasat.

According to the site, it has not been able to confirm who was responsible for the arrest.

These reports come on the back of a war of words against foreign nationals launched on Thursday by General Khalifa Haftar’s Operation Dignity.

Muhammad Hejazi, official spokesperson for the operation launched against militia groups in Libya, said at a press conference on Thursday that Haftar’s forces had arrested two foreign “spies”, though he did not mention when this had happened.

According to Hejazi, a French and an Austrian national working for the United Nations were detained in Bayda, considered among the most important towns in the east of the country.

“It became clear that they were spies for foreign countries.”

The two were apparently released in possession of “advanced communications and photographic equipment.”

Both the UN and the EU have played down these claims.

The UN denied completely that any workers with the agency had been arrested, saying that the UN has no workers in Bayda.

For its part, the European Union delegation in Libya confirmed that two foreign workers completing a security assessment with a company contracted by the EU had been detained, but said that the arrest occurred a fortnight ago.

Ville Varjola, deputy head of the delegation, told MEE that the workers had been carrying out a security survey of Bayda at the request of Libya’s constitution drafting assembly at the time of their arrest.

“It was a misunderstanding – for most of the time they were detained at their hotel and treated well.”

The accusations of UN spying in Libya by Operation Dignity come less than two weeks after 248 Turkish workers left the country, having been threatened with arrest on espionage charges by Haftar’s spokesperson.

Some commentators see Hejazi’s announcement on Thursday as a step back towards Libya’s isolationism under former dictator Muammar Gaddafi.

@LibyanBentBladi really great to see the ” spy” phobia is back … Just like the old days

— jomana karadsheh (@JomanaCNN) July 3, 2014 ****(this one was giving co ordinates to NATO where to bomb in Libya, and its not a Libyan person so I will let you (readers) decide what it is.)

Hejazi also provoked surprise and, in some quarters, ridicule, when he announced that “70 percent” of the goals of Operation Dignity had been achieved.

On same day 6 citizens killed in Benghazi,spokesperson for Haftir says Dignity Operation has succeeded in accomplishing 70% of its mission

— Asma (@LibyanBentBladi) July 3, 2014 ****(well well! they crawled out of their holes, hadn’t seen them since the illegal war in Libya they were silent for 3 years and now they are back… oh I will enjoy to fight with them through twitter again!)

However, for some Operation Dignity is filling a vacuum left by the General National Congress, which according to commentators has been noticeably silent over the past few days.

Regardless of how efficient Op. Karama is, at least they bothered to make a statement today. Unlike the continued silence of the GNC.

— Nada Elfeituri (@NadaElfeituri) July 3, 2014 ***(lets not forget this one too she had disappeared after the illegal war and now reappears, isn’t that something these little rats always appear when they are afraid they are going to loose.) 

The High National Elections Commission announced last on Thursday that preliminary results for 120 polling stations across Libya have been received, and scrutinised to ensure that they are genuine.

As a result, votes from 23 stations were discounted because of “illegal activities that affected the results of the election process.”

Migrants held in Libya say they were hung from trees, whipped – Now This is the reality of Todays Libya


Migrants held in Libya say they were hung from trees, whipped – Now This is the reality of Today’s Libya

 

Human Rights Watch documents horrific abuse claims by migrants in detention centres run by the Libyan government. ****(Well if HRW had done its job correctly from the beginning instead of helping the Western Media with its respective governments We the Libyans wouldn’t be in this situation)

Migrants wait to disembark from an Italian navy ship in Sicily, Italy, in May. The world is currently experiencing the biggest movement of migrants since the Second World War.

CARMELO IMBESI / THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Migrants wait to disembark from an Italian navy ship in Sicily, Italy, in May. The world is currently experiencing the biggest movement of migrants since the Second World War.

By:  Staff Reporter, Published on Thu Jul 03 2014

 

Refugees hung, upside down, from trees and whipped. Migrant women and girls strip-searched and violated. Dozens crammed into tiny cells with blocked and overflowing toilets.

Those are some of the horrific conditions facing migrants in Libyan detention centres, according to Human Rights Watch, which documented abuses in eight of 19 facilities run by the Libyan government.

The migrants in these holding facilities are often fleeing conflict or poverty in Africa and are trying to escape, in boats, across the Mediterranean to the European Union.

In eight of the centres, 93 detainees, including boys as young as 14, told researchers from Human Rights Watch that they were regularly assaulted — beaten with iron rods or rifle butts, whipped with cables and hoses, burned by cigarettes, kicked and punched, shot with tasers, probed with electric shocks and hung upside down and beaten.

“We were shocked at the level of extreme violence used by guards against defenceless migrants and asylum seekers,” said Hanan Salah, a researcher for Human Rights Watch in Tripoli, the Libyan capital. ***(she was shocked? really? when she was reporting that Qaddafi gave VIAGRA to his army so that they could rape which was then denied by HRW but the harm was already done she was not shocked? she was not shocked when the ratverments were killing everything that moved on two legs whether a child or an adult? she was not shocked when the ratverments were killing in the thousands innocent Libyan people? she was not shocked when she covered up all the ratverments rapes done to our Libyan sisters? she was not shocked when Sirt was bombarded from air, ground and sea killing thousands? she was not shocked when Sirte and Ban Walid was in siege and they didn’t bother to help them? she was not shocked when in both cities mentioned white phosphorus and depleted uranium was bombed from the sky? She was not shocked when she lied through her teeth that the mass graves of handcuffed dead soldiers were killed by the ratverments only to come a year later 2012 to admit that yes the ratverments did it.? Hanah Salah and her colleagues are also responsible for this mess, they are also responsible for not doing their job from the beginning of this ILLEGAL war. They should be hanged from the trees for causing this chaos.)

“The stench, filth and overcrowding in some of the detention facilities was almost unbearable at times,” she said, adding HRW researchers “found rampant ill treatment, torture and unfavourable conditions for men, women and children in eight out of nine centres visited, which included beatings, whipping with cables, electric shocks and intrusive body searches.”

Some of the violence used against the detainees was a “form of ‘punishment’” for attempts to flee, but mostly there was “no apparent reason” for it, she said.

Many of the migrants in Libya are on their way to Italy before heading to other destinations in the EU.

The world is currently experiencing the biggest movement of migrants since the Second World WarBy the end of 2013, 51.2 million people were forcibly displaced because of war, persecution, violence and human rights violations, the United Nations reported last June in the UN High Commission For Refugees Global Trends report. Raging conflicts and turmoil in parts of Africa, Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan are mainly behind the exodus. ***(and who is responsible for this? U.S.A. UK, FRANCE, ISRAEL, UN AND HUMAN RIGHTS WATCH.)

In 2014, Italy experienced a record level of refugees seeking asylum. Nearly 42,000 fled to Italy in the first four months of 2014, according to the EU border agency Frontex. More than half of those migrants came from Libya, said HRW in a recent statement issued before the release of a wider report on the Libyan situation.

Italy and the EU financially support many of the detention centres and the Libyan agencies working within them. That money — nearly 12 million euros over the next four years — should be immediately suspended until the UN can ascertain that the torture has stopped, HRW says.

“Donors, in particular the EU and Italy, recipient of tens of thousands of migrants and asylum seekers coming on boats from North Africa, should immediately suspend all aid to migrant detention facilities until the Libyan authorities launch an investigation into these abuses and the UN is able to verify the abuses have stopped,” Salah said. ****(YES this is only words, where was she when we needed her? Drinking coffee with Sarkozy, Levi, Cameron and Obama.)

There are 19 official Libyan detention centres holding anywhere between 1,000 and 6,000 people. Human Rights Watch was allowed to visit nine of the facilities and to speak with 138 detainees; almost 100 of them reported some form of torture.

Researchers found up to 60 men and boys crammed into rooms as small as 30 square metres. They also witnessed hundreds of detainees kept in small rooms and corridors that were flooded with sewage from overflowing, blocked toilets, their statement said.

They discovered people detained in shipping containers, former veterinary centres and vacant government offices.

As one 27-year-old Somali man told the rights agency: “Since I came here (earlier this year) the guards attacked me twice. They whipped me with metal wire and beat and punched me all over my body. I also saw them hang four or five people upside-down from the tree outside the entrance door and then beat and whipped their feet and stomach.”