Obama’s Gun-running Operation


Obama’s Gun-running Operation

If you thought the Isis war couldn’t get any worse, just wait for more of the CIA
Even America’s top spies know that arming rebels is ‘doomed to failure’ – but that can’t stop Obama’s gun-running operation

By Trevor Timm

Information on secret weapons already flowing into Syria has been kept in hiding from most of the people who approved paying for them. Photograph: Aris Messinis/AFP/Getty

Information on secret weapons already flowing into Syria has been kept in hiding from most of the people who approved paying for them. Photograph: Aris Messinis/AFP/Getty

As the war against the Islamic State in Syria has fallen into even more chaospartially due to the United States government’s increasing involvement there – the White House’s bright new idea seems to be to ramping up the involvement of the intelligence agency that is notorious for making bad situations worse. As the Washington Post reported late Friday, “The Obama administration has been weighing plans to escalate the CIA’s role in arming and training fighters in Syria, a move aimed at accelerating covert U.S. support to moderate rebel factions while the Pentagon is preparing to establish its own training bases.”

Put aside for a minute that the Central Intelligence Agency has been secretly arming Syrian rebels with automatic rifles, rocket-propelled grenades, ammunition and antitank weapons since at least 2012 – and with almost nothing to show for it. Somehow the Post neglected to cite a front-page New York Times article from just one month ago alerting the public to the existence of a still-classified internal CIA study admitting that arming rebels with weapons has rarely – if ever – worked:

As the Times’ Mark Mazzetti reported:

‘One of the things that Obama wanted to know was: Did this ever work?’ said one former senior administration official who participated in the debate and spoke anonymously because he was discussing a classified report. The C.I.A. report, he said, ‘was pretty dour in its conclusions.’

The Times cited the most well-known of CIA failures, including the botched Bay of Pigs invasion and the arming of the Nicaraguan contra rebels that led to the disastrous Iran-Contra scandal. Even the agency’s most successful mission – slowly bleeding out the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan in the 1980s by arming the mujahideen – paved the way for the worst terrorist attack on the US in its history.

But as anyone who has read journalist Tim Weiner’s comprehensive and engrossing history of the CIA knows, the agency’s past is a graveyard rife with literally dozens of catastrophic failures involving covert weapons deals to countless war criminals and con artists in an attempt to overthrow governments all over the world. Not only has the CIA failed repeatedly, but oftentimes its plan has completely backfired, solidifying the very power of the actor it sought to remove and leaving the people the agency claimed to be helping in a much, much worse-off spot than before the CIA gun-running mission began.

We’ve already seen Syrian fortunes turn for the worse as the US has stepped up involvement in the past few months, as Bashar al-Assad has gone on the offensive against the US-backed rebels, and as the US airstrikes have reportedly led to Isis and al-Qaida reuniting, after being sworn enemies for more than a year. The two terrorist groups then proceeded to route the “moderate” rebels in combat and are currently in possession of many of the US-made weapons previously owned by the rebels.

Two months ago, the US Congress voted to send hundreds of millions of dollars in more arms to Syria. Even the politicians voting on sending countless more US weapons into the middle of a civil war were kept in the dark about the CIA’s internal report. That should be a scandal, right up there with the torture report the CIA is trying to keep secret, too.

But at least a few in-the-know elected officials were aware of the dangers of insanity of Congress’ Syria vote. The Huffington Post’s Ryan Grim and Sam Stein quoted an unnamed Democratic Congressman in September who was even more blunt, insisting that the CIA’s belief in arming rebels was “doomed to failure”:

‘I have heard it expressed, outside of classified contexts, that what you heard from your intelligence sources is correct, because the CIA regards the effort as doomed to failure,’ the congressman said in an email. ‘Specifically (again without referring to classified information), the CIA thinks that it is impossible to train and equip a force of pro-Western Syrian nationals that can fight and defeat Assad, al-Nusra and ISIS, regardless of whatever air support that force may receive.’

The unnamed Congressman added: “The CIA also believes that its previous assignment to accomplish this was basically a fool’s errand, and they are well aware of the fact that many of the arms that they provided ended up in the wrong hands.”

But the information on the secret weapons that were already flowing into Syria has been kept in hiding from most of Congress. John Kerry refused to answer any questions about the CIA’s activities in Syria when asked by the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, despite the news of the agency’s involvement in Syria being on the front page of newspapers for years. “I hate to do this,” he said. “But I can’t confirm or deny whatever that’s been written about and I can’t really go into any kind of possible program.

Perhaps the most shocking part is that we know Barack Obama himself has read the CIA study and knows that arming rebels in Syria – or anywhere – was an incredibly dangerous idea. Seemingly referencing the study, Obama told David Remnick of the New Yorker earlier this year:

Very early in this process, I actually asked the C.I.A. to analyze examples of America financing and supplying arms to an insurgency in a country that actually worked out well. And they couldn’t come up with much.

So even though the CIA “couldn’t come up with much” proof of any time when sending tons of weapons into a war zone full of extremists has worked in the past, or that the agency itself has told Congressmen arming the rebels was “doomed to failure,” the Obama administration is ready to do just that.

No one doubts that Isis is a horrific terrorist group that’s terrible for the entire Middle East – as it proved over the weekend by barbarically beheading another innocent aid worker – but further entrenching the CIA and its weapons into an already awful situation can really only make things worse. Much worse.

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Why is Turkey becoming a target in Libya?


 

Why is Turkey becoming a target in Libya?

by Sami Kohen

Men stand in front of the Turkish Consulate in Benghazi, May 19, 2014. (photo by REUTERS/Esam Omran Al-Fetori)

 

ISIS’s seizing the Turkish Consulate in Mosul and taking hostage scores of consulate personnel and Turkish truck drivers was the most dramatic assault ever against a Turkish diplomatic mission and its citizens. Sadly, Turkish missions and citizens have been becoming targets of multitude of quarters, the latest being in Libya when 250 Turks working there were given a 48-hour ultimatum to leave the country.

Retired Libyan Gen. Khalifa Hifter, who has rebelled against the government and already controls the eastern regions of the country, has accused the Turks and Qataris of acting against his rule and engaging in espionage. Newspapers in Benghazi reported that people have been angered by Turkey’s attitude, therefore Turks had to leave.

Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu called these claims “baseless and wrong” and said the legitimate ***(what legitimate government the 3%) government in Tripoli was responsible for defending the Turks against Hifter’s accusations. But in the end, Turkey had to evacuate these Turks.

Because of hot news from Syria and Iraq, events in Libya have been largely ignored despite the acute turmoil in the country. Hifter has the support of the army, police and most of the tribes. Clashes between forces loyal to him and the Islamists, including the Muslim Brotherhood, are continuing. The central government has become irrelevant.

It is not easy to predict how this struggle between rival forces will end, but for the time being Hifter controls most of the country. His decision to expel Turks and Qataris is one indicator of his standing. Although allegations used for this decision could be challenged as baseless and false, one has to wonder why there is such a perception among those controlling the country. It means that Turkey has given them the impression of taking sides against them in the raging political struggle for power in Libya.

The expulsion of Turkish nationals makes our Libya policy problematic. It is yet another sign of how Turkey is losing the gains made by Turkish diplomacy in the aftermath of the Arab Spring. After Syria, Egypt and Iraq, now Libya has become a country of problems for Turkey.

Of course, unexpected developments in those countries have played some part in this situation, but one cannot ignore the role of some wrong policies the Ankara government has pursued.

It is certainly imperative to correctly diagnose why all these countries once known as friends are now targeting Turkey.

!!!!! HERE WE GO !!!!! – NATO’s Terror Hordes in Iraq a Pretext for Syria Invasion . . . this article needs to go viral. . . ~J


alfatah69:

All roads lead to Baghdad and the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) is following them all, north from Syria and Turkey to south. Reading Western headlines, two fact-deficient narratives have begun gaining traction.

The first is that this constitutes a “failure” of US policy in the Middle East, an alibi as to how the US and its NATO partners should in no way be seen as complicit in the current coordinated, massive, immensely funded and heavily armed terror blitzkrieg toward Baghdad. The second is how ISIS appears to have “sprung” from the sand dunes and date trees as a nearly professional military traveling in convoys of matching Toyota trucks without explanation.

Originally posted on 2012: What's the 'real' truth?:

Source: nsnbc.me

Tony Cartalucci (LD) : All roads lead to Baghdad and the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) is following them all, north from Syria and Turkey to south. Reading Western headlines, two fact-deficient narratives have begun gaining traction.

The first is that this constitutes a “failure” of US policy in the Middle East, an alibi as to how the US and its NATO partners should in no way be seen as complicit in the current coordinated, massive, immensely funded and heavily armed terror blitzkrieg toward Baghdad. The second is how ISIS appears to have “sprung” from the sand dunes and date trees as a nearly professional military traveling in convoys of matching Toyota trucks without explanation.

Convoy of identical Toyota pickup trucks.

In actuality, ISIS is the product of a joint NATO-GCC conspiracy stretching back as far as 2007 where US-Saudi policymakers sought to ignite a region-wide sectarian war to purge the Middle…

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Lets not Forget: Basit Igtet’s Independent Libya Foundation: An Uncharitable Critique


Lets not Forget: Basit Igtet’s Independent Libya Foundation: An Uncharitable Critique

February 13, 2014 · by  · in Basit Igtet, Sara Bronfman, Richard H. Griffiths & Independent Libya Foundation

Editor’s Note: This article was passed to me through my good friend Lady Khamis. Although the writer  has done a wonderful job but it neglects in every way to say the origin of Sarah Bronfman which is from Jewish decadent also they avoid to name her father’s company and who her father was which to me tells me that they have nothing against the Zionists governing Libya and do  not want to warn the Libyan people. Lets not forget that  was against the Jamahirya and helped NATO for its bombing targets through twitter. It seems to me CIA/MI6/MOSSAD want to drop BASIT IGTET and what better way through this article.

Basit Igtet’s Independent Libya Foundation.org is a charity in  URL-registered domain name alone.  The organization’s website is:ww.independentlibyafoundation.org.   Although required by US law, the organization founded in New York in 2011, was NEVER and is still NOT a registered 501(c)(3) charity in New York.   Nor has the foundation registered to operate as a non-profit organization anywhere else within the United States.

The Better Business Bureau of New York confirmed the fact.  Their letter:

Thank you for reaching out to the BBB with your inquiry into the Independent Libya Foundation.  Unfortunately this organization does not appear to be a registered 501(c)(3) charity, so they won’t fall within our purview to conduct a review.

If they are based in New York, another resource you might want to try is the New York Charities Bureau at http://www.charitiesnys.com/contact_new.jsp – you can file inquires or complaints with them, as well.

NYPAS Program Associate
Tel: 212.358.2823
Fax: 212.533.7508
Email: 

Website: ww.newyork.bbb.org

Our critique will cover the facts about the non-profit organization’s lack of status as a nonprofit organization.  We suggest that International Libya Foundation.org (INLIFO) was never intended as a NPO or charity, per se. Based on documented evidence, we suggest that rather than philanthropic motivations, the real impetus for Basit Igtet and other INLIFO founding members was to have an organization which provides an international platform for their political ambitions and business interests in Libya. (see our list of documents below)
In fact, our investigation discovered financial affiliations of this nonprofit organization.  Independent Libya Foundation is the registered owner of the domain name: AMCHAMLIBYA.ORG.  (here & here)   Why and what is the connection?  Amchamlibya.org is the domain name of the American Chamber of Commerce in Libya.   Our evidence is that the registrant for the INLIFO in this transaction was  Richard H. Griffiths, whose other job is as Executive Director at the American Chamber of Commerce in Libya.  (see below)
Besides this financial affiliation to the American Chamber of Commerce in Libya,  INLIFO president Basit Igtet, his wife, Sara Bronfman and INLIFO former media contact/registrant/ international advisor, Richard Griffiths own at least three other chambers.   We provide Canadian and Swiss government documents.   (herehere and here)
The Libyan implication for this particular business is that a chamber of commerce is a non-governmental organization whose business is one of peddling influence and access to Libyan politicians for international businessmen.   Access for the businessmen can mean favors or preferential treatment with respect to government contracts, etc  A very lucrative business for its owners, paying up to $100 thousand per business, a chamber promises to provide access to the Prime Minister on down through his cabinet and laterally through his ministries.
If Basit Igtet becomes Libyan Prime Minister, with his ownership of so many chambers, the situation he and his INLIFO founding members created would be one where access to him and his ministries would be through prior direct payment to their chambers.  Is this corruption?   Libya’s revolution eradicated the corrupt system of multi-national corporations buying government contracts through direct payment into Saif’s Gaddafi International Charity and Development Fund.  (Here  & Here)   A quick revisit to the corruption of the GICDF is pertinent to our present discussion.
In October 2009, London School of Economics’ Middle East Center director Fred Halliday wrote a memo to LSE governing body requesting then not to accept a £1.5 million grant from the Gaddafi International Charity and Development Fund (GICDF or QF).   Note his description of the corrupt situation within the NGO that Saif created and perpetuated.

….While it is formally the case that the QF is not part of the Libyan state, and is registered in Switzerland as an NGO, this is, in all practical senses, a legal fiction. The monies paid into the QF come from foreign businesses wishing to do business, i.e. receive contracts, for work in Libya, most evidently in the oil and gas industries. These monies are, in effect, a form of down payment, indeed of taxation, paid to the Libyan state, in anticipation of the award of contracts. The funds of the QF are, for this reason, to all intents and purposes, part of the Libyan state budget. ‘NGO status’, and recognition of such by UN bodies, means, in real terms, absolutely nothing…..

The Basit-Igtet-Situation varies in that it is paid directly to Basit Igtet, Sara Bronfman and Richard Griffiths among others rather than paid to an entity in the Libyan government.    The fact is these documents show that if Basit Igtet, becomes prime minister, he, his wife and business partners, will be reaping in the cash.    For the Libyan people the question is: it is ethical or legal for  their Prime Minister to personally profit from his position?
As for the Independent Libya Foundation, we provide in their own words how the planners, viewed the organization’s purpose:  it is for their own personal use.     As stated on its press releases:

The Foundation is intended to be a resource for individuals and organizations interested in a free and prosperous future for the people of Libya.

And for Basit Igtet, his non-nonprofit organization is his international platform to promote himself for the position of prime minister of Libya.

The overview the Independent Libya Foundation is:

  • The Foundation states that it is a non-profit organization which in 2011 had an office in New York City but is not nor ever was as a registered New York 501(c)(3) charity or non-profit organization.

  • It gave a New York City address and New York City phone number in 2011 & 2012 press releases.   (Both address and phone number are fraudulent)

  • There is no evidence that the not-for-profit organization has a required EIN (Employment Identification Number) or that it has ever filed as a not-for–profit organization with the Internal Revenue Agency-IRS which requires filing annual 990s forms.   It is illegal under US law not to file annually.

  • Although required by US law, it has not been registered in any US government (IRS), New York State or any non-governmental (charity) database.

  • It provides a website without a physical location i.e. building, city or country and provides only two mobile/cell phones as a contact.

  • The only Internet search of the Foundation (other than press releases) is that it has registered two URL domain names.  One is a.org and the other is a .com.

Past and present contact information for the Independent Libya Foundation

Based on the press release below (not http, PDF with address), both the address and phone number in press release given are fraudulent.  The address and phone were used in press releases in 2011 and 2012.  -11729001-ilf-president-basit-igtet-and-co-founder-adam-hock-present-libyan-re-construction-program1
1.   The address, 75 east 72 street, New York, New York, 10012, does not exist.

2.   The phone number, 9174634231 belongs to Bandwidth.com VoIP, New York, NY.

Currently,  info@inlifo.org is an email address.   The site does not offer any physical locality, i.e.: building address, city or country.  Press releases only provide two mobile/cell phones to contact.

Details about the Independent Libya Foundation:

1.  URL searches http://www.whois.net/show that The Independent Libya Foundation has registered two domain names:

a.   independentlibyafoundation.org        b.   independentlibyafoundation.com

2.  The following eight governmental and nongovernmental organizations have  NO DATA on the Independent Libya Foundation.
A. United States Government-Internal Revenue Service – exempt organizations

  1. Organizations eligible to receive tax-deductible contributions (Pub. 78 data),

  2. Organizations whose federal tax exemption was automatically revoked for not filing a Form 990-series return or notice for three consecutive years, or

  3. Form 990-N (e-Postcard) filers and filings.

The Independent Libya Foundation is not found in database #1, 2 or 3.

B.  New York Department of State, Division of Corporations, State Records and UCC has No records of active or non-active as a business or not-for-profit corporation for the Independent Libya Foundation.  There is no DOS number in either domain name.

C.   Economic Research Institute –no search results.

D.   Guide Star no search results.

E.  Foundation Center –no search results.

F.  Charity Navigator -no search results.

G. the Better Business Bureau of New York not registered as a 501(c)(3) charity.

H. the Government of Belgium in any part of Brussels.  The Independent Libya Foundation opened an office in Brussels on 28th of April 2011.   Although required by Belgium law, the Independent Libya Foundation did not register with the official government website.

An Informed Conclusion

A simple glance at the website one could argue that the organization is simply a vanity mouthpiece for Basit Igtet’s political campaign rather than a philanthropic organization. There is little to no mention of the ongoing charity programs that should be the essence of a non-profit organization activities and news.   Notice, the archives and articles are coming soon.
It seems the most important detail about the Independent Libya Foundation.org is its link to Basit Igtet’s personal site, ww.basititgtet.com. This details Igtet’s past articles, his plan for Libya and an array of statesmen-like photos from which to choose.
Since its inception the Independent Libya Foundation has only existed as two domain names … the Independent Libya Foundation .org and Independent Libya Foundation.com.    As of now there has been no traceable physical location, i.e. building, city or country.   Since 2011, press releases either gave no address or a false address.  Precariously, it has violated both US and Belgium laws as it has not filed with either country to be a registered non-profit organization.
The result of this lack of governmental oversight is that this philanthropic organization is used for exactly what the founder, Basit Igtet and the others have formed this entity to be: an international platform for their political ambitions and business interests in Libya.  I assume this would explain why the domain name is register as a .com as well.   We will offer two founding members and their actions as evidence.

Two founders and their financial ambitions are listed below:

Richard Reinert
In announcing the Belgium office of the Independent Libya Foundation, Co-founder Richard Reinert,a former chairman of the International Petroleum Exchange and a hedge fund and oil executive…” seems to revealed his real interest, “…The beauty with Libya is that they don’t need money” because the country’s oil wealth, which eventually ‘can be used to benefit the people and the country”. (see press release below)

Richard Griffiths and Company.

As mentioned before, the other example is that Richard H. Griffiths, Executive Director of the American Chamber of Commerce in Libya who started as the media contact/vice president of the US-Libya Chamber of Commerce.  Simultaneously, Mr. Griffith was the Independent Libya Foundation’s media contact/ registrant for all the press releases and later was  ”officially appointed as the Director of International Affairs for the Brussels-based Independent Libya Foundation (ILF).
Not to be outdone, Mr. Griffith is also a current director/officer in the North American Chamber of Commerce as of 17th May 2012.  (see below)  His co-director/officer is Mossab O. Bassir, whose Canadian company Mint Media Lab Incorporated has registered the name Amchamlibya.com on the 5th May 2012 with GoDadday.com Amchamlibya.com is otherwise known as the American Chamber of Commerce-Libya.  And going full circle again, Amchamlibya.org is where Mr. Griffiths is the Executive Director.
Mr. Bassir’s co-founding partner in Mint Media Labs Incorporated is alsovice president at Tirsana, a defense company  whose “focus centers in the industry of defense and aerospace, security, transportation, safety equipment, industrial equipment and  IT.”   Going full circle again, Mr. Bassir and Mr. Griffiths are recognized in related photos at meeting with “Libyan Ministry of Defense employees” in Tripoli published on the AmChamLibya.org site.

INLIFO-AMCHAMLIBYA connection and Richard Griffiths

As we stated before Richard Griffith, is the registrant for (ILF) Independent Libya Foundation as it purchased the domain name for AmChamlibya.org.   With reference to this transaction, we note that both the address and the phone number are questionable.  The address for ILF is: 177 Ocean Lane #713, Key Biscayne, Fl, 33149.   Yet, this address belongs to Ms. Yolanda Cebolla.    The phone number is a NY City landline.   However, we note once again that Mr. Griffith has provided the same numbers linking back to 2011 INLIFO press releases.   1 9174634321   and   1 9174634231    Yet, in this document the last three digits are shuffled. 
With all the cloak and dagger, comes the proverbial moment where the people of Libya need to pierce the corporate veil.  Our research was unable to find a document showing where the American Chamber of Commerce Libya was registered.  One can conclude that the ownership of the American Chamber of Commerce-Libya is hidden through layers and layers of holding companies.   It seems someone wants to hide the actual ownership and those who benefit financially.   For exposure, it would require an individual who specializes in money laundering.
Consider the following:  we have noted repeated examples of false addresses and numbers not coordinating on official documents; a non-profit organization is financially affiliated with a strategic business entity; an INLIFO media contact/registrant/international advisor who simultaneously is the Executive Director of the same business entity.  Further, we have noted the illegal activity of a non-profit organization which was never registered in two countries, and finally, we documented that three people own at least four chambers of commerce waiting to profit from a possible prime minister.

More specifics: Sara Bronfman, Basit Igtet and their business partner, Richard Griffiths. 

We feel compelled to provide this article  which has since been cleaned from Authorsden which was boastfully authored by Richard H. Griffiths about himself.   The article’s highlights note Richard H. Griffiths’ impressive connections to American and Canadian intelligence agencies such as CIA, CSIS (Canadian Security and Intelligence Agency), and the US Navy.   As well as being “…exclusive director of public relations for Scaix (Nasdaq-UGMI) a US based counter Terrorism and tactical equipment developer for the US Military, CIA, FBI and Intelligence…”    He further elaborated:  “Mr. Griffiths has developed relationships with United States counter intelligence as well as Special Operations command as well as having classified clearance via NASA.”

Downshifting, we are noting Mr. Griffiths’ second chamber of commerce: as of March 12th 2012 he became a partner in the Canadian-Libya Chamber of Commerce with Igtet and his wife.     Beside Sara Bronfman’s appointed as the first board member of the US Libya Chamber of Commerce in 2011, Basit Igtet and/or his wife, Sara Bronfman personally own at least two other chambers including the Swiss-Libyan Chamber of Commerce and Industry (SLCCI). (see below)   Fees paid by businesses that join these Chambers are up to $100 thousand annually to the chamber’s owners.

As we said before, a Chamber of Commerce is a non-governmental entity whose profit orientation is to arrange access to policy makers within the Libyan Government.   It is the business of selling access and influence.  For instance, the AmChamLibya’s price structure is sliding based on exposure to Libyan government officials.  Under the Founder’s Circle Plus it is noted:

“Plus: Access to officials within the Libyan Government and other leading figures arranged on an individual and tailored basis.”

The predicament for the Libyan people of all these interconnected people around Basit Igtet and his wife, Sara Bronfman is, what IF, he does become the Libyan Prime Minister?   Imagine all the companies signing up to file into the Prime Minister’s office to collect what their Chambers’ membership guarantee…. access to Prime Minister Igtet.
Once again we ask, would it be ethical or legal for Prime Minister Basit Igtet, his First Lady Sara Bronfman or his former INLIFO Director of International Affairs, Richard Griffith to financially profit from the position of  Prime Minister  Libyans would have to decide if this couple has the moral fiber of a Prime Minister and wife that they want to represent them.
For Basit Igtet, I suggest he offer to the Libyan people evidence, if he is able, of American and Belgium registrations of his organization with each government dating back to 2011.   Next, he needs to explain both his personal relationship and the INLIFO financial affiliation with the American Chamber of Commerce in Libya.   And in the spirit of transparency within the New Libya, Mr. Igtet should secure for his fellow citizens a document demonstrating AMCHAMLIBYA’s ownership.   Further, I would suggest that Libyans insist that Basit Igtet and his wife explain the financial/political reasoning behind establishing all the chambers.  Finally, as Mr. Igtet used this organization as a platform for his political career, let him demonstrate through explanation to his fellow Libyan citizens that he pursues the rule of law not just the rule of business

Libyan army: We call on the Egyptian army to lend us a helping hand


Libyan army: We call on the Egyptian army to lend us a helping hand

A spokesman for the Libyan National Army Colonel Mohammed Alhijazy: “The dignity of the process carried out by the national army with incitements groups in Libya are open until the eradication of all fundamentalist groups obscurantism, which seized control of Libya and insulted its people.” 
“The Alhijazy” that the regular forces of Libya succeeded in eliminating ammunition stores, owned by those terrorist groups, and continue to be cleanse the country of these groups, pointing out that more than 90% of the Libyan people with the movement of the Libyan National Army in the “Battle dignity, “adding that the transitional government of Libya has become in the development of the Dead, because it does not reflect the Libyan people, but for obscurantist organizations, including the Muslim Brotherhood, did not do anything, will not have a role on. 
He appealed to “Alhijazy” Egyptian army extended a helping hand to maintain the Egyptian-Libyan border stable, said: “The Egyptian army safety valve for the entire Arab nation and count it a lot and extend our hand to him to protect the borders of our destination.” 
He said a spokesman for the Libyan army that all guards the border with Egypt acceded to the dignity of the process, under the banner of the General Command of the Libyan army, and play an important role to protect the Libyan-Egyptian border.

Libyan army: We call on the Egyptian army to lend a hand us

Video: Statement of Colonel Nice Bouchmadh General Command of the Special Forces of Benghazi  announces the joining Khalifa Haftar