UAE newspaper: Qatar directed its allies the need to assassinate Saif al-Islam to prevent the organization of elections in Libya


UAE newspaper: Qatar directed its allies the need to assassinate Saif al-Islam to prevent the organization of elections in Libya

Abu Dhabi

I learned the newspaper “the statement” the UAE, the Libyan parties linked to the Doha system is currently working to shuffle the cards again in the country to prevent organized elections expected in the second half of this year.

Well-informed military sources in the western region’s “statement”, Qatar and directed its allies the need to prevent the elections organisation through the broadcast of chaos in the capital of Tripoli, and that both the terrorist Abdul Hakim Belhadj, Aamir Aljmahh fighter for al-Qaeda, the Muslim Brotherhood, and their terrorist Mufti Sadiq al-Ghiriani, and some guerrilla leaders “duress”, and prominent political figures from within the General National Conference ended its legitimacy, recognised the country planned to prevent Libya out of the dark tunnel which occurred seven years ago, driven by finding that any democratic election Transparent and fair, under international supervision, would be in their best interest.

The liquidation of Saif al-Islam

Qatar’s plan does not stop at this point, but includes another chapter on the work on the liquidation of Dr. Saif al-Islam Gaddafi. According to tribal sources, Qatar sought to convince its followers to monitor and liquidate it.

Adding that the leaders of political Islam and Qatari officials were surprised by supporters of the public system crawling on the electoral registration system to register after the word Seif al-Islam delivered on his behalf by his lawyer Khaled al-Zaidi.

They are sure that the Muslim Brotherhood candidates will face a severe electoral defeat that will necessarily lead them to return to their true size and remove them from the government. This may expose them to prosecution at home and abroad on charges of involvement in civil strife, murder, torture, terrorise and loot the country.

The sources said that the Qatari regime believes that the elimination of Saif al-Islam is necessary because of his influential icon in his father’s supporters, especially between the tribes and cities in the central regions and the west and south of the country.

The sources added that Qatar informed its allies in Libya that the liquidation of Saif al-Islam could lead to civil war, which could benefit from the forces of political Islam, first by eliminating a fierce competitor that differs intellectually  and ideologically, and has a clear popularity, and second postponement of the political solution until it is possible to put hands on all joints of the state.

Previous attempts

According to media reports, Qatar had previously sought the assassination of Saif al-Islam Gaddafi, when aircraft of the “Dawn of Libya” in the spring of 2015 bombed sites in the city of Zintan believed that Gaddafi resides in, and later found he was transferred after the Battalion received the “Abu Bakr Al-Siddiq”, which carried out his protection of an urgent warning from the “special services”.

The sources, who declined to be identified, said that a decision was taken to attack the capital Tripoli in the process similar to the “Dawn of Libya” in the summer of 2014, and militias from the cities of Misurata and Zawiya alongside the fighters of the defense of Benghazi, and some of the militias of the Western Mountain, Sabratha, and others will participate in the expected attack.

Sources added that the leaders of the “political” “Islam” in Libya during the past few days had meetings with Qatar officials in Doha, Istanbul and Tunisia to agree on the details of the plan, which should begin with some preliminary actions and publication of materials from the Qatari or sub-Qatar Media about the “impossibility of holding elections”, as well as refusal to support the “international” “political” “decision”.

As in the organisation of information campaigns, talking about civil war will lead to the victory of Jamahiriya supporters in elections.

The sources pointed out that the attack on Tripoli’s decision is ready, and most of the militias that will participate in, are those that have been expelled from the capital during the past year by militias belonging to what is called the Presidential Council of the Government of reconciliation from the West – centred.

Note: Well, the murder of Saif is beneficial to all rats without exception – from Haftar to Beljaz and Seraj in Tripoli and Salah Badi in Misurata.

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Qatar behind the fabrication of fake pages in the name of Saif al-Islam Gaddafi


Qatar behind the fabrication of fake pages in the name of Saif al-Islam Gaddafi

 

Libyan sources confirmed that the Qatari intelligence is behind the fabrication of fake accounts on social networking sites bearing the name of Saif al-Islam Gaddafi, the son of the late Libyan leader.

The sources told Al-Bayan that Al-Hamdeen’s organization seeks to mislead the public opinion as it has known for years, and that specialized electronic armies are responsible for launching pages on social networking sites to serve agendas linked to Doha and the global organization of the Brotherhood.

Meanwhile, an official in exile, Khaled al-Zaidi’s lawyer Saif al-Islam Gaddafi denied what was published on the social networking «Twitter» site attributed to Saif al-Islam on talk about the relationship with Saudi Arabia and Qatar.

Ziadi issued a statement following the publication of an account attributed to Saif al-Islam Gaddafi on Twitter, some of the statements attacking Qatar, and praised the positions of Saudi Arabia in Libya.

Zeidi said: “The characters impersonate the character of Saif al-Islam Gaddafi and” issued a speech in his name in a desperate attempt to mislead and distort and confuse the Libyan political scene at this sensitive stage, and achieve suspicious ends. “

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The sources close to Saif al-Islam Gaddafi that the purpose of those statements attributed to him is clear, is to mislead public opinion and show Gaddafi as if directly linked to Riyadh or that the Saudi part of political struggle and in Libya.

Added that another target sought by Qatar by standing behind the alleged statements published on the accounts of fake, is to convince their followers that Riyadh stands behind the Gaddafi family’s attempt to try Al-Hamdeen organisation before the International Criminal Court.

Follow up

The lawyer of the family of Muammar Gaddafi Khalid al-Zaidi announced that he is following all the rumours and fabrications against the Gaddafi family, threatening their owners to pursue them legally and has begun to raise a number of cases inside Libya and abroad.

He also announced that the Gaddafi family to prosecute the State of Qatar filed a lawsuit against it before the International Criminal Court, noting that the case against the Qatari figures relating to charges related to supporting terrorism and causing the displacement of Libyans. Al-Zaidi said he has the right to sue Qatar under UN Resolution 1970, which Qatar was the same reason for it and that it does not need a new resolution from the Security Council to lift the suit.

LIBYANS ACCUSE FRANCE AND QATAR HAVE DIRECTLY ORDERED THE KILLING OF QADDAFI


LIBYANS ACCUSE FRANCE AND QATAR HAVE DIRECTLY ORDERED THE KILLING OF QADDAFI

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For the first time since the fall of Muammar Qaddafi regime of the Libyan Human Rights Commission has explicitly accused France and Qatar have directly sponsored his assassination. In the text published in full by the Libyan news agency, namely the Commission accuses the former French President Nicolas Sarkozy and the former emir of Qatar, Hamad Bin Khalifa Al-Thani, of having ordered the murder of Colonel Muammar Qaddafi and his son Mouatassim shortly after their capture by French mercenaries, German and Turkish, following the bombing of the Libyan convoy near Sirte by NATO bombers and drones. 

After his capture, the killer commando handed to Qaddafi Misrata militia to a lynching filmed giving the impression to the world that it is the rebellion that is responsible for his murder. A bad remake calculated execution of the Duce Benito Mussolini Guilino di Mezzegra (Italy) in April 1945.

All the rebels appeared in the video of the lynching of Gaddafi was removed between 2011 and 2015 by the tribal vendetta triggered by Warfalla and their allies which their opponents in retaliation. 

Germany played a major role in the location of Gaddafi, paving the way to the bombing of his convoy by NATO planes. 

More than six years later, Libya is still in chaos with two rival governments and dozens of free cities fighting for the division of the country’s resources.

Since 2011, Libya has become one of the main departure ports for millions of African migrants to Europe, a very lucrative business whose profits fuel very large local fortunes with those of the militia leaders and strong men trying to monopolize power. 

The supporters of the old regime no longer hide and hold power over ten localities around Bani Walid, a stronghold of the powerful Warfalla tribal confederation, whose leaders assist  Haftar against the Tripoli government and the republic Misrata. 

The National Commission for Human Rights in Libya calls for the formation of an international commission of inquiry on the assassination of Gaddafi


The National Commission for Human Rights in Libya calls for the formation of an international commission of inquiry on the assassination of Gaddafi

 

Iwan Libya – Agencies:

The National Human Rights Commission in Libya called on the United Nations Secretariat and the International Criminal Court to form an international commission of inquiry into the assassination of the late Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi.

On Wednesday, the Human Rights Committee issued a statement revealing the role of Qatar and France, and their involvement in the “liquidation” of Gaddafi, until his voice is completely absent and does not disclose any matters related to sensitive international issues.

The organization confirmed that it had information indicating the involvement of the State of Qatar through the former Emir Hamad bin Khalifa Al-Thani in the killing of Muammar Gaddafi after personally ordering the commander of his own forces to eliminate him as a result of the dangerous information he had in possession of the rulers of Qatar and their role of sabotage and support for terrorist and extremist organizations in Niger Chad, Afghanistan and Somalia, and their attempts to stir up chaos and support opposition forces in Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Syria and Yemen.

The organization added that the information and reports that Colonel Gaddafi was killed by the French intelligence agent, on the direct orders of former French President Nicolas Sarkozy, in order to hide information and secrets in possession of, including financial support of former French President Sarkozy in the presidential elections as well as the investment and economic conflict In Africa.

The National Committee for Human Rights in Libya expressed its strong dissatisfaction and condemnation at the continued silence and suspiciousness of the International Criminal Court over the murder of the late Colonel Muammar Gaddafi and his son Mu’tasim Bellah after being captured alive on October 20, 2011. The city of Sirte, considering that the murder of Gaddafi and his son Mu’tasim al-Bilu after their families are alive, their bodies are brutally abused and their burial in an unknown place is a full-fledged war crime and a violation of international humanitarian law and the Geneva Conventions.

The International Criminal Court  (ICC) is to assume its international legal responsibilities by calling for a thorough investigation into the killing of Mu’ammar al-Qadhafi and his son, Mu’tasim Bellah, and identifying the local, regional and international parties involved.

 

 

 

QATAR’S SUPPORT OF THE WORST OF THE WORST IN LIBYA MUST END


QATAR’S SUPPORT OF THE WORST OF THE WORST IN LIBYA MUST END

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Libyans wave their new national flag (L) and Qatar’s flag during a ceremony announcing the liberation for the country in the eastern city of Benghazi on October 23, 2011 three days after ousted despot Moamer Kadhafi was captured and killed. Photo: Abdullah Doma/AFP/Getty

 

Libya’s eastern-based government joined Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain and Egypt in cutting ties with Qatar in June, with Foreign Minister Mohammed al-Deri asserting that Doha was “harboring terrorism.” The move reflected longstanding grievances expressed by Libya’s non-Islamist forces about Qatar’s sponsorship of extremists in the war-torn country. And while the meddling in Libya doesn’t get a lot of coverage, it remains one of the key grievances of Qatar’s foes in the current diplomatic crisis.

Since the 2011 revolution, Libya has been the site of a rather nasty proxy war. The UAE, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, and other traditional Gulf states have backed the eastern-based government and Khalifa Haftar’s Libyan National Army (LNA). Seeking a more Islamist order in Libya, Qatar and Turkey backed the Muslim Brotherhood, and more recently, the Tripoli-based General National Congress (GNC).

According to press reports, Qatar has been sending massive amounts of weapons and cash to Islamist militants battling the Western-backed government in Libya. A March 2013 U.N. report noted that in 2011 and 2012, Qatar violated the U.N. arms embargo by “providing military material to the revolutionary forces through the organization of a large number of flights and the deliveries of a range of arms and ammunition.”

And according to another report in the Egyptian al-Masry al-Youm, Doha has provided more than 750 million euros ($890 million) to extremist groups in Libya since 2011. Arab officials believe that this assistance arrives in Western Libya by way of a commercial airline that is bankrolled by Qatar.

But the Arab states are not simply bothered by Qatar’s support for garden variety Islamists. They allege that Qatar is directly backing the worst of the worst. And they appear to be correct.

According to Kristian Coates Ulrichsen of the Baker Institute for Public Policy, “Qatar developed close links with key Islamist militia commanders [in Libya] such as Abdelhakim Belhadj, once the head of the Libyan Islamic Fighting Group and, in 2011, the commander of the Tripoli Brigade.” The LIFG is an al-Qaeda affiliate group that was sanctioned by both the United States and the United Nations.

Belhadj twice met with Osama bin Laden, and he was detained by the CIA in 2004. He launched Hizb al-Watan in 2012, which Arab officials say has maintained close ties to LIFG and received continued support from Qatar.

Ulrichsen also notes the connection between Qatar and “Ismael al-Salabi, the leader of one of the best-supplied rebel militias, the Rafallah al-Sahati Companies. Qatar was widely suspected of arming and funding al-Salabi’s group, whose sudden munificence of resources in 2011 earned it the nickname of the ‘Ferrari 17 Brigade.’”

Ismael al-Salabi’s brother, Ali al-Salabi, is a prominent Libyan cleric close to the emir of Qatar. One Egyptian source claims that he maintains close ties to the LIFG. This is a claim echoed by Arab officials familiar with the situation in Libya.

On June 8, the LNA held a press conference alleging proof of Qatar’s malign role in Libya. The LNA charged that Qatari intelligence General Salim Ali al-Jarboui supported al-Qaeda, the Islamic State, and the Muslim Brotherhood by transferring $8 billion from the Qatari Tunisian National Bank to the Housing Bank of Tataouine Governorate in southern Tunisia.

According to the LNA, Qatar supported the assassination of senior officials, facilitated training of Islamist extremists by Hamas, and helped transport Libyan Islamists to Syria. The LNA also presented a letter purportedly penned by Mohammed Hamad Al Hajri, acting charge d’affaires at the Qatar Embassy in Libya, alleging that Qatar had deployed military units to the country.

In June, when Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Bahrain, and Egypt first issued theirterrorist list” of 59 individuals and 12 entities linked to Qatar, it included one entity (the Benghazi Defense Brigades) and five individuals from Libya. The LNA then released a second list of 75 Libyan individuals and nine organizations tied to Qatar. A third list, issued by the Arab states in late July, include two individuals and six organizations reportedly based in Libya. One highlight of the first list includes Al-Sadiq Abd al-Rahman Ali al-Ghiryani, who previously served the Grand Mufti of Libya, who has called for the destruction of the eastern government.

The allegations of Qatari malign behavior in Libya continue. The Libyan army spokesman just last week described Qatar, Sudan, and Turkey as “the triad of terrorism” in Libya. He also stated that, “a number of Qatari aircraft are regularly landing in Libya in 2017 to support terrorist groups.”

The Libyan war is not likely to be solved anytime soon. Nor is the Gulf crisis with Qatar, for that matter. But putting a stop to Qatar’s meddling in Libya might make it easier to solve both.