The Doha Meetings: Truth vs Deceit


The Doha Meetings: Truth vs Deceit

Jamahiriya News Agency
Contrary to statements made by attendees that Qatar simply hosted the Doha meetings and in no way influenced them, the Muslim Brotherhood, through Turkey, Qatar, the US and the United Nations, have been deeply invested in these dialogues chaired by their terrorist colleague, Libyan Islamic Fighting Group (LIFG) commander, Khaled Al Sharif.
Facts to Remember:
Qatar was a major supporter of the NATO-backed 2011 war. Qatar not only funneled hundreds of millions to the opposition, but dispatched Western-trained advisers who helped finance, arm and train terrorist militias. At least 5,000 Qatari troops were sent in to colonize Libya.
Qatar owns 49% of Libya’s state bank.
A former Qatari intelligence officer confirmed that the plot to assassinate Revolutionary Leader, Mu’ammar Al Qaddafi was hatched in Doha. (The Saudi Cables)
Two years after the murder of Mu’ammar Qaddafi Western intelligence and Qatar govern Libya.
Today, Libya remains oppressed and shackled by the Muslim Brotherhood project.
Regarding the Doha meetings, Moussa Ibrahim stated that, (approximate translation, please see the original in Arabic)
The Muslim Brotherhood are attempting to monopolize the National Dialogue project by conducting meetings in Doha that will lead to the certain failure of efforts for national reconciliation in the country.
He added,
Certain foreign countries, such as Qatar and Turkey, have a vested interest in dominating the Libyan landscape, imposing their own agendas to usurp Libyan sovereignty, undermining the will of the Libyan people.
Al Sharif, Chair of the Doha meetings, is also the head of the Presidential Guard and National Guard, which morphed from its terrorist designation when first formed in 2013, to being an internationally recognized army appointed to serve the US-UN-instated government of accord, a Muslim Brotherhood project sanctioned by over 20 nations in Vienna…
…The United States, United Nations, Turkey and Qatar conspired to usurp Libyan sovereignty, complete a coup d’etat that began five years ago with their brutal murder of beloved leader Muammar al Qaddafi, place the Muslim Brotherhood in power as the official government, assign terrorists the task of guarding them.
In March, Martin Kobler announced on his twitter account that he had concluded successful meetings with terrorist commanders from Libya.
Attendees included the notorious Abdel Hakim Belhaj, al Qaeda commander.
Other Islamist militia leaders present were:
Hafed Gaddour of the Coalition of liberal forces,
Rufadi Abdallah of the National Front,
Jamal Ashur of the National party,
Abdel Mona Fageh of the Muslim Brotherhood.
Was Martin Kobler a witness to the Istanbul meeting with the above participants that plotted the assassination of Libyan Army officers?

Before the latest Doha meetings began, Martin Kobler announced that he had met with Qatari Foreign Minister, Sheikh Mohammad Bin Abdul Rahman, to brief him on the encouraging developments in Libya.
Martin Kobler ‏@KoblerSRSG
We remain firm in our position that we resolutely reject both the Doha meetings and the “Forget September and February” initiative. We also reject all efforts of the UN|UNSMIL and regard them as unlawful interventionism, blatant foreign interference in Libya’s sovereign affairs.
Regarding the plans for the permanent occupation of Libya, there is no separation between the Muslim Brotherhood agenda, al Qaeda, Da’esh and other Islamist militias, NATO, AFRICOM, the United Nations, United States, United Kingdom, France, Turkey, Saudi Arabia and Qatar. They are the enemies of Libya.

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Gaddafi’s Ghosts: Return of the Libyan Jamahiriya


Gaddafi’s Ghosts: Return of the Libyan Jamahiriya

by dan glazebrook

When NATO murdered Gaddafi and blitzed his country in 2011, they hoped the socialist “Jamahiriya” movement he led would be dead and buried. Now his son has been released from prison to a hero’s welcome with his movement increasingly in the ascendancy.

There were various moments during NATO’s destruction of Libya that were supposed to symbolically crown Western supremacy over Libya and its institutions (and, by implication, over all African and Arab peoples): the “fall of Tripoli” in August 2011; Cameron and Sarkozy’s victory speeches the following month; the lynch-mob execution of Muammar Gaddafi that came soon after. All of them were pyrrhic victories – but none more so than the death sentence handed down to Gaddafi’s son (and effective deputy leader) Saif al-Gaddafi in July 2015.

Saif had been captured by the Zintan militia shortly after his father and brother were killed by NATO’s death squads in late 2011. The International Criminal Court – a neocolonial farce which has only ever indicted Africans – demanded he be handed over to them, but the Zintan – fiercely patriotic despite having fought with NATO against Gaddafi – refused. Over the next two years the country descended into the chaos and societal collapse that Gaddafi had predicted, sliding inexorably towards civil war.

By 2014, the country’s militias had coalesced around two main groupings – the Libyan National Army, composed of those who supported the newly elected, and mainly secular, House of Representatives; and the Libya Dawn coalition, composed of the militias who supported the Islamist parties that had dominated the country’s previous parliament but refused to recognize their defeat at the polls in 2014. After fierce fighting, the Libya Dawn faction took control of Tripoli. It was there that Saif, along with dozens of other officials of the Jamahiriya – the Libyan “People’s State” which Gaddafi had led – were put on trial for their life. However, once again the Zintan militia – allied to the Libyan National Army – refused to hand him over.

After a trial condemned by human rights groups as “riddled with legal flaws,” in a court system dominated by the Libya Dawn militias, an absent Saif was sentenced to death, along with eight other former government officials. The trial was never recognized by the elected government, by then relocated to Tobruk. A gloating Western media made sure to inform the world of the death sentence, which they hoped would extinguish forever the Libyan people’s hopes for a restoration of the independence, peace and prosperity his family name had come to represent.

It was a hope that would soon be dashed. Less than a year later, the France 24 news agency arranged an interview with Saif Al Gaddafi’s lawyer Karim Khan in which he revealed to the world that Saif had in fact, “been given his liberty on April 12, 2016,” in accordance with the amnesty law passed by the Tobruk parliament the previous year. Given the crowing over Saif’s death sentence the previous year, and his indictment by the International Criminal Court, this was a major story. Yet, by and large, it was one the Western media chose to steadfastly ignore – indeed, the BBC did not breathe a single word about it.

What is so significant about his release, however, is what it represents: the recognition, by Libya’s elected authorities, that there is no future for Libya without the involvement of the Jamahiriya movement.

The truth is, this movement never went away. Rather, having been forced underground in 2011, it has been increasingly coming out into the open, building up its support amongst a population sick of the depravities and deprivations of the post-Gaddafi era.

Exactly five years ago, following the start of the NATO bombing campaign, Libyans came out onto the streets in massive demonstrations in support of their government in Tripoli, Sirte, Zlitan and elsewhere. Even the BBC admitted that “there is no discounting the genuine support that exists,” adding that, “‘Muammar is the love of millions’ was the message written on the hands of women in the square.

Following the US-UK-Qatari invasion of Tripoli the following month, however, the reign of terror by NATO’s death squad militias ensured that public displays of such sentiments could end up costing one’s life. Tens of thousands of “suspected Gaddafi supporters” were rounded up by the militias in makeshift “detention camps” were torture and abuse was rife; around 7,000 are estimated to be there still to this day, and hundreds have been summarily executed.

Black people in particular were targeted, seen as symbolic of the pro-African policies pursued by Gaddafi but hated by the supremacist militias, with the black Libyan town of Tawergha turned into a ghost town overnight as Misratan militias made good on their promise to kill all those who refused to leave. Such activities were effectively legalised by the NATO-imposed “Transitional National Council” whose Laws 37 and 38 decreed that public support for Gaddafi could be punished by life imprisonment and activities taken “in defence of the revolution” would be exempt from prosecution.

Nevertheless, over the years that followed, as the militias turned on each other and the country rapidly fell apart, reports began to suggest that much of southern Libya was slowly coming under the control of Gaddafi’s supporters. On January 18th 2014, an air force base near the southern city of Sabha was taken by Gaddafi loyalists, frightening the new government enough to impose a state of emergency, ban Libya’s two pro-Gaddafi satellite stations, and embark on aerial bombing missions in the south of the country.

But it was, ironically, the passing of the death sentences themselves – intended to extinguish pro-Gaddafi sentiment for good – that triggered the most open and widespread demonstrations of support for the former government so far, with protests held in August 2015 across the country, and even in ISIS-held Sirte. Middle East Eye reported the following from the demonstration in Sabha (in which 7 were killed when militias opened fire on the protesters):
Previous modest pro-Gaddafi celebrations in the town had been overlooked by the Misratan-led Third Force, stationed in Sabha for over a year – originally to act as a peacekeeping force following local clashes.

‘This time, I think the Third Force saw the seriousness of the pro-Gaddafi movement because a demonstration this big has not been seen in the last four years,’ said Mohamed. ‘There were a lot of people, including women and children, and people were not afraid to show their faces … IS had threatened to shoot anyone who protested on Friday, so there were no green flags in towns they control, apart from Sirte, although there are some green flags flying in remote desert areas,’ he said. ‘But if these protests get stronger across the whole of Libya, people will become braver and we will see more green flags. I know many people who are just waiting for the right time to protest.’

In Sirte, demonstrators were fired at by ISIS fighters, who dispersed the group and took away seven people, including four women. The same Middle East Eye report made the following comment:
The protests have been a public representation of a badly kept secret in Libya, that the pro-Gaddafi movement which has existed since the 2011 revolution has grown in strength, born out of dissatisfaction with the way life has worked out for many ordinary citizens in the last four years…[Mohamed] added that some people who had originally supported the 2011 revolution had joined the protests. Most Libyans just want a quiet life. They don’t care who takes over or who controls Libya’s money, they just want a comfortable life. That’s why Gaddafi stayed in power for 42 years. Salaries were paid on time, we had good subsidies on all the essentials and living was cheap.
Mohammed Eljarh, writing in the conservative US journal Foreign Policy, added that:
These pro-Qaddafi protests have the potential to turn into a national movement against the 2011 revolution, not least because a growing number of Libyans are deeply disillusioned by its outcome…there is now a building consensus that the atrocities and abuses committed by post-Qaddafi groups since the revolution exceed by far those committed by the Qaddafi regime during its rule.
At the same time, the Green resistance is becoming an increasingly influential force within the Libyan National Army, representing the country’s elected House of Representatives. Earlier this year, the Tobruk parliament allowed Gaddafi’s widow back into the country, whilst the LNA entered into an alliance with pro-Gaddafi tribes in the country’s East, and began to recruit open supporters of Gaddafi into its military structures. Gaddafi’s Tuareg commander General Ali Kanna, for example, who fled Libya following Gaddafi’s fall in 2011, has now reportedly been welcomed into the LNA. The policy is already bearing fruit, with several territories near Sirte already seized from ISIS by the new allies.

The Jamahiriya, it seems, is back. But then, it never really went away.

THE REAL ROLE OF KING BERNARDINO LEON THE REPRESENTATIVE OF UN IN LIBYA


THE REAL ROLE OF KING BERNARDINO LEON THE REPRESENTATIVE OF UN IN LIBYA

My very good friend and activist for Libya did a fantastic work, so without further due  I will post her article and diagram, explaining the role of the UN representative of Libya Bernardino Leon.

 

 

 

KING BERNARDINO LEON IN LIBYA AND HIS ROLE

KING BERNARDINO LEON IN LIBYA AND HIS ROLE

 

Bernardino Leon, the UN envoy to Libya, supposedly to resolve the situation in the country, he has intensified its “work”.

UN REPRESENTATIVE LYON TOGETHER WITH THE MOST WANTED TERRORIST ABDULHAKIM BELHAJ

UN REPRESENTATIVE LYON TOGETHER WITH THE MOST WANTED TERRORIST ABDULHAKIM BELHAJ

Since he arrive in Libya he has participated in all the meetings allegedly to bring Libya to reconciliation, though it does not meet with the Libyan tribes, I mean with the Libyans, or the Libyan People’s National Movement, or with tribal leaders, or with the assembly of elders, or the Tribal Government that was formed when NATO bombed Libya after a three-day meeting in 2011 where more than 3,000 leaders were talking to reaching agreement and elect a group of people who would be responsible of the country in case that Libya need it.
Libyans knew from the beginning of the NATO bombing that aimed to destroy and kill the government Jamahiriyah and knew it would happen as in Iraq. The Libyans have access to all information in the world and made daily television debates, during hours run by political scientists, sociologists, journalists and interviewing people to understand the situation in which they were under the NATO bombing. However, and as much as believed know, no one could even imagine the humanitarian disaster and the destruction of the country under NATO and the United Nations has led to Libya. Libyans stopped to receive information when NATO bombed all media.

Bernardino Leon has been sent by the United Nations to Libya to finish the job of NATO, that is to completely eliminate the control of Libyans or Libyan tribes and divide the country into three: Cyrenaica (eastern North), Tripolitania (northwest ), Fezzan (south).

According Ahmed Warfalla explains, Bernardino Leon is trying to create a government in Libya like in Pakistan, looking for a new Karazi.

The “Libyan rebels”, the new Libyan, and aggressors, like Libya Dawn and the Muslim Brotherhood (Un-muslim Brotherhood) accept the decisions of the United Nations because they work as a team trying to eliminate the vast majority of Libyans and complete the division and invasion of Libya.

Libya has always had a very direct and intense relationship with the United Nations. A person who worked in the Libyan government tells us that Libyan government met twice a week with representatives of the United Nations before 2011, to explain the things that were happening in Libya.

We all know that the United Nations and NATO are the same and now control Libya, under different faces.

At present, under the direction of Bernardino Leon, they are organizing a new government and presumably vote between them, to see who will be in the new government. Obviously the Libyan people not involved in all this dirty game. One of the person inside the government has offered his place selling it for $ 1 million.
These days it is producing a black market for buying / selling “positions” in the new government, which more gangster, thief and others.
Bernardino Leon tries to dissolve the Tobruk Government (Coalition Government) accepted by the International Community, on behalf of the United Nations … the wolf in sheep’s clothing.

Bernardino Leon only speaks with Libya Dawn and the Muslim Brotherhood which obviously means that they want to build a government fully controlled by the US and be an Occupation Government

Leonor Massanet

In Spanish

 

Bernardino León, el enviado de la Naciones Unidas a Libia, supuestamente para resolver la situación ha intensificado su “trabajo”.
Desde que llegó a Libia ha participado en todas las reuniones supuestamente para llevar a Libia a la reconciliación, sin embargo no se reúne con las tribus libias, es decir con los libios, ni con el Movimiento Nacional Popular Libio, ni con los líderes tribales, ni con la asamblea de ancianos, ni con el gobierno tribal que se formó cuando la OTAN bombardeaba Libia tras una reunión de tres días en el 2011 donde más de 3000 líderes estuvieron hablando hasta llegar a acuerdos y elegir un grupo de personas que serían las responsables del país en caso de vacío de gobierno.
Los libios sabían desde el principio del bombardeo de la OTAN que pretendían destruir y matar al gobierno de la Jamahiriyah y sabían que iba a ocurrirles lo mismo que en Irak. Los libios tienen acceso a toda la información del mundo y las televisiones hacían diariamente debates de horas dirigidos por politólogos, sociólogos, periodistas, así como entrevistando a la gente para comprender la situación en la que estaban bajo los bombardeos de la OTAN. Sin embargo, y por mucho que creyeran saber, nadie podía ni imaginar el desastre humanitario y la destrucción del país a la que la OTAN y las Naciones Unidas ha llevado a Libia. Los libios dejaron de poder informarse cuando la OTAN bombardeó todos los medios de comunicación.

Bernardino León ha sido enviado por las Naciones Unidas a Libia para terminar el trabajo de la OTAN, es decir eliminar completamente el control de los libios o las tribus libias y dividir el país en tres : Cirenaica (el nor este), Tripolitania (el noroeste), Fezzan (El sur).

Según nos explica Ahmed Warfalla, Bernardino León está intentando crear en Libia un gobierno como en Paquistan, busca un nuevo Karazi.

Los “rebeldes libios” , los nuevos libios, y los agresores, es decir la Libya Dawn y los Hermanos musulmanes ( Unmuslim Brotherhood) aceptan las decisiones de las Naciones Unidas porque trabajan en equipo intentando eliminar a la gran mayoría de los libios y completar la división e invasión a Libia.

Libia siempre ha tenido una relación muy directa e intensa con las Naciones Unidas. Una persona que trabajaba en el gobierno Libio nos dice que se reunían dos veces por semana con los representantes de las Naciones Unidas ya antes del 2011, para explicar las cosas que iban ocurriendo en Libia.

Todos sabemos que las Naciones Unidas y la OTAN son lo mismo y en estos momentos controlan Libia, bajo diversas apariencias.

En estos momentos, bajo la dirección de Bernardino león, están organizando un nuevo gobierno y supuestamente votan entre ellos, para ver quién estará en el nuevo gobierno. Obviamente el pueblo libio no participa en todo este juego sucio. Uno de los parlamentarios ha ofrecido su puesto a cambio de 1 millón de dólares.
Estos días se está produciendo un mercado negro de compra/venta de “posiciones” en el nuevo gobierno, a cual más gangster, ladrón y demás.
Bernardino León intenta disolver el gobierno de Tubruk aceptado por la Comunidad Internacional, en nombre de Naciones Unidas…el lobo vestido de cordero.

Bernardino León solo habla con Libya Dawn y los Hermanos Musulmanes lo que implica obviamente que quieren formar gobierno totalmente controlado por EEUU, un gobierno de ocupación.

Leonor Massanet Arbona

Assassin Attempt on Libyan Prime Minister


Assassin Attempt on Libyan Prime Minister

A spokesman for Libya’s internationally recognized government says gunmen tried to assassinate the prime minister on his way to the airport in the eastern city of Tobruk.
Arish Said, head of the government’s media department, said that Prime Minister Abdullah al-Thinni’s motorcade was attacked and one of his guards was lightly wounded Tuesday but that there were no fatalities.
Prior to the attack, he said that armed men who had been protesting outside a session of the Tobruk government’s House of Representatives tried to storm the building, firing shots into the air and demanding al-Thinni resign. The session was postponed until next week.
Libya’s elected parliament was forced to relocate to the far-eastern city of Tobruk after Islamist-allied militias took over the country’s capital, Tripoli, and the second-largest city of Benghazi after fierce clashes. Fighting is still underway in much of the country.

‘Feet or Buttocks?’ Shocking Video Shows Gaddafi’s Son Being Tortured in Libyan Prison


‘Feet or Buttocks?’ Shocking Video Shows Gaddafi’s Son Being Tortured in Libyan Prison

A video that shows Saadi Gaddafi, son of Libya’s late Muammar Qaddafi, being tortured in jail has been condemned by lawyers and rights groups.

The nine-minute video shows Saadi, 42, in a green tracksuit, being hooked up to an improvised rack, apparently while in custody at Tripoli’s maximum security al-Hadba prison. His bare feet are then caned.

Segments show him sitting blindfolded and forced to listen to screams of other detainees being beaten in an adjacent room.

WARNING: Some may find elements of video disturbing

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“It raises serious concerns about the methods used to interrogate al-Saadi Gaddafi and other detainees at al-Hadba prison,” said Joe Stork, deputy Middle East Director of Human Rights Watch.

“The Tripoli authorities need to urgently establish exactly what did occur.”

The video’s release, by Arabic network Clear News, has alarmed lawyers worried about the treatment of other detainees at al-Hadba, where former Gaddafi-era officials are held.

“This is a shocking video that raises questions about conditions inside the prison,” said Karim Khan QC, London-based lawyer for Libya’s former prime minister al-Baghdadi al-Mahmoudi, also at al-Hadba. “The international community needs to demand a full investigation.”

Gaddafi is blindfolded by his captors, perhaps to prevent him from identifying those who are about to torture him. Photo: YouTube/Clear News

Saadi is facing trial on charges including killing a football player while head of Libya’s football federation. During his father’s time in power, he established a reputation as a playboy and had a brief unsuccessful career playing for several Italian football clubs.

The undated video, consisting of several segments, was apparently made by Saadi’s captors, some of whom are seen in the footage in military uniform. At one stage, a captor asks Saadi if he wants to be beaten on the “feet or buttocks”. He answers: “What kind of question is this? My feet.”

Al-Hadba is held by Libya Dawn, a militia alliance that controls Tripoli and is battling forces of the internationally recognised government based in the east of the country.

Gaddafi pleads with his captors as a metal rack with restraining straps is dragged into the room. Photo: YouTube/Clear News

Gaddafi is bound and helpless, his feet strapped to the rack. Photo: YouTube/Clear News

The release of the video comes a week after Tripoli authorities pronounced death sentences for Saadi’s older brother, Saif al-Islam , and eight other former Gaddafi-era officials, including Mahmoudi, after a trial condemned by rights groups and the United Nations as lacking due process. Saif al-Islam was tried in absentia, since he has been held since 2011 by a former rebel group in Zintan, a region beyond Tripoli’s control. Right groups say the verdict was riddled with flaws.

Despite the manner of his downfall, still enjoys pockets of goodwill.

In a rare demonstration, supporters in the eastern city of Benghazi on Tuesday shouted “Muammar, Muammar”, but dispersed after opponents opened fire with guns and hurled rocks.

No-one appeared to have been hurt among dozens of supporters of Gaddafi.

The Gaddafi supporters waved pictures of the man who had ruled for 42 years, and demanded the release of Saif al-Islam.

“Only God, Muammar and Libya!” the crowd chanted and waved the green flags of the old regime.

They dispersed after other residents, some of them carrying the Libyan national flag, opened fire.

Residents said this was the first protest of Gaddafi loyalists in Libya’s second-largest city, the cradle of the revolution, since 2011.

Frustration has been building among Libyans with the country’s chaos as two governments fight for power with the help of former rebels who have fallen out along political, tribal and regional lines.

Benghazi has been especially hard hit as fighting between forces allied to the official government based in the east and Islamist groups has closed the port, choking off wheat, food and petrol imports.