United Nations attract “terrorists” to the Libyan dialogue table
The continuance of the Libyan dialogue tours in neighboring Morocco and Algeria, aimed at ending the country’s war, the United Nations faces, dialogue sponsor, severe criticism from inside and outside Libya, due to the inclusion of some characters is accepted in the negotiations.
By regional observers believe that one of the aims of the United Nations envoy to Libya Bernardino Leon, next to the imposing on the Libyan authority, figures have terrorist records, or supporting armed groups it considers the Libyan government internationally recognized “terrorist groups.”
Highlights among these names Abdelhakim Belhadj is currently Chairman of National Party, Amir LIFG previously, which has a history full of links with terrorist groups and now sworn allegiance to Isis/Daesh.
Belhadj participated in the fighting in Afghanistan in 1988, and in 1994 he returned to Libya to re-establish the Libyan Islamic Fighting Group(LIFG) assisted by MI6 within its ranks the training and financing of its members to prepare for “jihad against the Gaddafi regime”, in the first waves of the return of what was known as the “Arab mujahideen.” However, the Libyan authorities raided the training centers in 1995, and killed one of the leaders Abdul Rahman Hattab, while Belhadj with the help of MI6 was able to flee to Afghanistan, and there he was named the new leader of the Libyan Fighting Group, which rearranged its ranks in Afghanistan.
In 2004, Belhadj was arrested in Malaysia intervention of the US and British intelligence, and was deported to Libya on March 8, 2004, by the leaders of the Muslim Brotherhood to mediate for his release and was released for one year in-house arrest after Belhaj betrayed all his comrades when they were captured he was a free citizen to travel as he pleases so he was a free man since 2005 and not as the western media says that he was released in 2010.
Mohammed Sawan Chairman of Justice and Construction Party(Brotherhood) between sitting at the table of dialogue, to raise the controversy at the United Nations on the intentions of the Libyan government and its image to be formed.
He insists the AKP and construction to support the rebels Benghazi Shura Council, which implements the attacks against army troops in the eastern city that was the cradle of the Libyan revolution against the late Colonel system, note that the Board has classified the legitimate government as a terrorist group.
In spite of the Justice and Development Party in spinning Shura Council of Benghazi Revolutionaries data, the latter insists that he “would not accept the project of democracy or democratic parties (…) This includes parties that claim to represent Islam.”
There are several clues about the link between the Shura Council of Benghazi Revolutionaries leaders, organizing “Isis/Daash” who took advantage of the chaos in Libya and began publishing their influence in several cities, including near Benghazi, Derna.
The presence of the President of the party of change Juma Aalghemati between negotiators Libyans, indicating the inclusion of weak political parties. Aalghemati was dismissed from the party leadership, and thus has NO qualifications that led him to represent the Libyan political bloc in the dialogue.
Aalghemati also supports the rebels Benghazi Shura Council, which seeks to rule the Benghazi based on strict interpretations of Islamic law, and he wants free of any political parties or democratic appearances.