LIBYA UNITY GOVERNMENT DENOUNCES FRENCH MILITARY INVOLVEMENT


LIBYA UNITY GOVERNMENT DENOUNCES FRENCH MILITARY INVOLVEMENT

The U.N.-brokered government in Libya denounced France’s military involvement in the country, shortly after the French acknowledged that their special forces were operating in the war – wrecked North African nation.
France yesterday reiterated its support to the unity government in Tripoli, just a day after it had confirmed that three of its soldiers were killed in eastern Libya — the first time the French government had acknowledged its presence in the oil-rich country.
The acknowledgment was also an embarrassment for France because it exposed that the French forces are in eastern Libya, fighting alongside Brig. Gen. Khalifa Hifter — a bitter opponent of the Tripoli-based U.N.-backed unity government. (*****So glad both are traitors to Libya but the best thing of all is that you westerns think you know Libyans you don’t know shit, we have a mind of our own and we have allegiance with our own tribes neither France, England or America are our bosses and we will never surrender. Hifter, the U.N. backed unity government & France are not fighting DAESH they are assisting them & now the fight is who will get more money and recognition so spare me with the embarrassment the WEST HAS EMBARRASSED ITSELF SINCE 2011 SHOWING ITS TRUE COLOURS.)

Hifter has also for the past two years has been fighting Islamic militias, including an al-Qaida-affiliated group in Benghazi. ****While in 2011 he was fighting alongside does that make any sense to you? The reason he is fighting against them is to get a bigger cut)

On Tuesday, Libyan officials first told The Associated Press that an Islamic militia had shot down a helicopter near the eastern Libyan city of Benghazi, killing two French officers, in an area called al-Magrun, west of Benghazi. French and Libyan officials have not provided information on where the third officer died.
Ahmed al-Mesmari, the spokesman for Hifter’s forces, told reporters in Benghazi on Wednesday that the French were gathering intelligence on the Islamic State affiliate in Libya. ****(Everybody knows that outside Sirte Daesh together with the US CIA have installed the best surveillance machines Thank you United States thank you Hillary Clinton you made our country worthless may Allah forgive you because I can not you ruined my country, family, brothers and sisters, babies in this five year war we have lost over a million of our population and for what to keep the Cabal happy and the dollar safe. I WISH FOR ALL WHO ARE INVOLVED IN THIS WAR AGAINST LIBYA NEVER RESTS, HAS NIGHTMARES FOR THE LIVES THEY TOOK THAT INCLUDES ALSO REPORTERS)

The deaths of the French officers reveal secretive Western military cooperation with the anti-Islamist eastern forces opposed to the U.N.-brokered government and underscored international community’s contradictions where foreign military forces are siding by rival militias and forces in Libya.
Also Wednesday, hundreds of protesters demonstrated in Tripoli against France’s involvement in Libya, burning the French flag and calling for attacks on French business interests in Libya.

Al-Sadeq al-Ghariyani, an ultraconservative cleric, denounced France’s involvement as “foreign invasion.” ***(Al sadeq al asshole Ghariyani is one to talk in 2011 he was begging France to intervene and now his talking of a foreign invasion? really what a joke did somebody cut off his salary?)
Dodging an explanation as to why French special forces are operating in Libya, French Foreign Ministry spokesman Romain Nadal said yesterday that “support for the Government of National Accord is a priority for France.”

“France encourages all Libyan forces to be placed under the authority of the government to participate in the recovery of the country and the fight against terrorism,” Nadal added. (**** when they say encourages to participate in the recovery they mean that all Libyans have to back the UN backed government which is MuslimBrotherhood aka Daesh and the most important thing is that its not elected democratically they where so afraid to go to Tripoli and when they succeeded to enter Tripoli they where staying in the naval base Matiga under the most wanted terrorist Belhaj. So the French want us to back them I don’t think so….)

After the 2011 ouster of longtime  Moammar Gadhafi by NATO-backed rebels, Libya slid into chaos and years later, it split into two governments and parliaments, each backed by a loose array of militias and tribes. In December, a U.N. deal created a new unity government and presidency council, aiming to heal the rift and unite Libyan militias and forces under a joint command.
However, the new government has been facing multiple challenges and resistance from various groups. (*** the groups mean tribes)

According to the deal, Libya’s internationally-recognized parliament must give a vote of confidence to the new government but it has so far failed to do so, causing political deadlock. (*****the internationally recognised parliament is correct because the UN backed government is sole from MuslimBrotherhoods who the Libyans do not want that is why Tripoli is hold captive since 2014)
For the past two years, foreign missions and military experts have joined the two rival sides.
Meanwhile, Libya’s pro-government militias — mainly from the western city of Misrata — have been waging a two-month offensive against the Islamic State group in the militants’ last bastion in Sirte, a city on the Mediterranean. Reports have suggested that British forces are involved in the anti-IS assault while American warplanes have struck several IS positions in the western city of Sabratha and the eastern town of Ajdabiya. Rami Musa, Benghazi, AP

Russia: UNSC Res 2292 on Libya Has a Hidden Agenda to Divide the Country


Russia: UNSC Res 2292 on Libya Has a Hidden Agenda to Divide the Country

Posted by JAMAHIRIYA NEWS AGENCY on JUNE 22, 2016

Statement by Mr. Vladimir Safronkov, Deputy Permanent Representative of the Russian Federation to the United Nations, at the Security Council Meeting on the situation in Libya

Mr. Safronkov (Russian Federation) (spoke in Russian):

The Russian Federation did not prevent the adoption of resolution 2292 (2016). When we began working on the draft, we had the impression that this initiative was supposed to bring order to the illicit trafficking in weapons in Libya. That is why our delegation joined the discussions, intent on creating an additional effective filter in international waters of the Mediterranean.
But we were totally disappointed by the approaches of some colleagues when working on the document. When matters of principle had to be addressed, which requires diplomacy, they instead relied on ultimatums. Indeed, some partners decided that they wanted to see the Brussels decision to broaden the mandate of the military maritime Operation Sophia approved at any price. Furthermore, we saw unilateral, one-sided approaches put forward regarding the key issue of a political settlement in Libya that did not abide by the provisions of the Skhirat Agreement, which is the core of the inter-Libyan agreement and the joint Vienna Communiqué.
This is a very dangerous trend because, in this context, the undermining consequences of NATO’s actions are being overlooked as even as they negatively impact stability in the Mediterranean basin, North Africa and in the Middle East as a whole. But we are still disentangling the violations and broad interpretations of resolution 1973 (2011) and the violations perpetrated by NATO members in 2011.
Our decision not to hinder the adoption of the resolution was based on two ideas.

First, the resolution sets forth procedures that do not go beyond the framework of those agreed earlier by the Security Council, namely, resolution 2182 (2014) on Somalia and resolution 2240 (2015) on combating illegal migration. We hope that approaches to obtaining the agreement of flag State for planning inspections will indeed be upheld in full, and not just in words. We are guided by the clear provision of international maritime law that only the flag State has jurisdiction in the high seas. This reflects one of the most important freedoms of the high seas — the freedom of navigation.
Secondly, we believe that requests for exemptions from the arms embargo, in particular with respect to the provision of lethal weapons, will be submitted for review to the Sanctions Committee, which applies the principle of consensus. We shall scrupulously follow the content and review of such requests most carefully. With respect to the provision of lethal weapons for the needs of the Government of National Accord of Libya, we would welcome the establishment of viable national armed forces with a central chain of command. However, such forces do not exist today in Libya. Nevertheless, due to the position of some delegations, the resolution does not stress the goal of establishing united security forces, which is of critical importance to restoring the unity of the country and its State institutions. Everyone knows how the United Nations is working towards these ends.

Creating united forces is reflected in the joint Vienna Communiqué, of 16 May, and is enshrined in resolution 2291 (2016), of 13 June, which extended the mandate of the United Nations Support Mission in Libya. Without an effective central Government, a loyal army and police, Libyans will be unable to deal with all of the challenges ahead.
The position adopted by the Security Council as it drew up today’s resolution leads one to believe that there is a hidden agenda behind the resolution that will not unite long-suffering Libya. It is possible that somebody is seeking a carte blanche so as to manage the weapons flow into Libya as they see fit. Today, that means helping some Libyans against others, which makes a peaceful settlement to the crisis even more remote. That is demonstrated, inter alia, by evidence of a foreign military presence in Libya not approved by the Security Council, as well as the flow of foreign terrorist fighters into the country.

We need to find our position in this context. Are we going to work together or not? Let us not forget that there are forces in Libya that are loyal to General Haftar which are effectively pushing back against the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) and other armed terrorist groups. It is inadmissible to ignore this fact.
The general philosophy of the resolution leads us to believe that the sponsors are, frankly, not being very sincere in their fight against ISIL and the terrorist presence in Libya. We underscore that we are fully committed to the full implementation of the Skhirat Agreement. However, we must remember that this document plans for the approval of the composition of the Government of National Accord and the Parliament in Tobruk. Unfortuantely, in spite of our multiple requests, that was not reflected in the resolution and was simply ignored.
We call on all Member States to come together in an effort to resolve regional conflicts and combat terrorism and avoid trying to implement their own agendas. We call on Member States to be united rather than divided.

George Vella Minister for Foreign Affairs
Carmelo Abela
Roberta Metsola
Tonio Fenech
Embassy of Russia to Malta

Hillary Clinton Email Archive


Hillary Clinton Email Archive

On March 16, 2016 WikiLeaks launched a searchable archive for 30,322 emails & email attachments sent to and from Hillary Clinton’s private email server while she was Secretary of State. The 50,547 pages of documents span from 30 June 2010 to 12 August 2014. 7,570 of the documents were sent by Hillary Clinton. The emails were made available in the form of thousands of PDFs by the US State Department as a result of a Freedom of Information Act request. The final PDFs were made available on February 29, 2016.

Here are all the emails about Libya

US Ally in Libya Joins ISIL and Leads Its Forces in the Country – Reports


US Ally in Libya Joins ISIL and Leads Its Forces in the Country – Reports

Abdelhakim Belhadj, who despite ties to al-Qaeda was backed by the United States and NATO during the overthrow of Moammar Gadhafi, has joined the Islamic State in Libya and is leading forces there, according to US intelligence officials.

Belhadj, a Libyan national and former head of the al-Qaeda-linked Libyan Islamic Fighting Group, was considered by President Barack Obama’s administration and some members of Congress as a “willing partner” in the overthrow of Gaddafi in 2011.

“Now, it’s alleged he is firmly aligned with ISIS and supports the training camps in eastern Libya,” Catherine Herridge, chief intelligence correspondent for Fox News, said Tuesday on “America’s Newsroom.”

Also on Tuesday, Sara Carter of The Blaze tweeted: “Abdelhakim Belhadj is now the leader of #IslamicState in #Libya. At CIA rendition camp — let go, later participated overthrow #Qaddafi.”
Belhadj indeed was held in a secret CIA detention center, and his connection to the spy agency remains murky. In 2004, Belhadj and his pregnant wife were arrested in Kuala-Lumpur airport in Malaysia. He was transferred to a CIA “black-site” in Bangkok before being turned over to Gadhafi’s government, which threw him in the Abu Selim Prison.

Belhadj was freed in 2008 by the Gadhafi regime as part of a reapproach toward local Islamists. In 2011, however, he chased the Gadhafi family out of Tripoli as the leader of the Libyan Islamic Fighting Group that was backed by the US and NATO.
Despite Belhadj’s well-known ties to al-Qaeda, he was made head of the Tripoli Military Council, a position he held until resigning to run for office in May 2012.

He has also been connected to terrorist operations around the world, including the 2004 Madrid train bombings and the murder of two Tunisian politicians at behest of the Muslim Brotherhood.

Belhadj’s reported move to Islamic State would bolster the terrorist group’s efforts to recruit Libya’s existing militant forces, which includes as many as 3,000 fighters, according to the Washington Times.

A group of Syrian rebels supported by US politicians for their “moderate” position, and who received US military equipment, has disbanded after heavy losses.

America’s Favorite ‘Moderate’ Syrian Group Disbands
This would not be the first time western-backed “moderate rebels” who were recruited to fight terrorists ended up crossing to Islamic State or al-Qaeda. In Syria, the so-called “Hazm movement” defected to al-Qaeda-affiliated al-Nusra front, while 3,000 members of the Free Syrian Army pledged support to Islamic State.

In Libya, Islamic State militants already are receiving “tangible assistance” from training camps at a new support base near the port city of Derna in the eastern part of the country, according to counter-terrorism sources who spoke with Fox News’ Herridge.

The situation raises fresh security concerns as the US and its allies struggle to keep tabs on the terror group as it expands throughout the Middle East.

An unnamed source told Herridge they would not be surprised “if the next 9/11 came out of Libya.”

THIS IS WHY GADDAFI IS DEAD…….. Libya & QADDAFI …FACTS THAT CANT BE DENIED…….


THIS IS WHY QADDAFI IS DEAD……..

Libya & QADDAFI … FACTS THAT CANT BE DENIED…….

By: Truth-conspiracy-or-hidden-truth-worldwide

His gold dinar would have shut down the fake economies of the Rothschild’s around the world and give the power back to the people.

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1. There is no electricity bill in Libya; electricity is free for all its citizens.
2. There is no interest on loans, banks in Libya are state-owned and loans given to all its citizens at 0% interest by law.
3. Home considered a human right in Libya – Qaddafi vowed that his parents would not get a house until everyone in Libya had a home. Qaddafi’s father has died while him, his wife and his mother are still living in a tent.
4. All newlyweds in Libya receive $60,000 Dinar (US$ 50,000 ) by the government to buy their first apartment so to help start-up the family.
5. Education and medical treatments are free in Libya. Before Qaddafi only 25% of Libyans are literate. Today the figure is 83%.
6. Should Libyans want to take up farming career, they would receive farming land, a farming house, equipment, seeds and livestock to kick- start their farms – all for free.
7. If Libyans cannot find the education or medical facilities they need in Libya, the government funds them to go abroad for it – not only free but they get US $2, 300/mth accommodation and car allowance.
8. In Libya, if a Libyan buys a car, the government subsidized 50% of the price.
9. The price of petrol in Libya is $0. 14 per liter.
10. Libya has no external debt and its reserves amount to $150 billion – now frozen globally.
11. If a Libyan is unable to get employment after graduation the state would pay the average salary of the profession as if he or she is employed until employment is found.
12. A portion of Libyan oil sale is, credited directly to the bank accounts of all Libyan citizens.
13. A mother who gave birth to a child receive US $5 ,000
14. 40 loaves of bread in Libya costs $ 0.15
15. 25% of Libyans have a university degree
16. Qaddafi carried out the world’s largest irrigation project, known as the Great Man-Made River project, to make water readily available throughout the desert country. U.S. Military Intervention in Libya Aimed to Squelch Gold-Backed African Dinar

After NATO/F.UK.US/ISRAEL/QATAR/SAUDI ARABIA/TURKEY & U.A.E. bombed Libya illegally and installed their puppets ALQAEDA/MUSLIM BROTHERHOOD/DAESH/FAJR. We do not have the above privileges, you see all who bombed Libya were saying Qaddafi was a dictator and he is going to kill his people all this has been proven without a doubt that it was a blatant lie…… they only wanted to invade Libya so they could steal everything we Libyans had. I sometimes wonder if there is a God but then God has nothing to do with the GREED of the people…. and the stupidity of some Libyans in believing that they would get a democratic government. What most of my brothers and sisters do not understand; there is no democracy and there will never be, what we had been as close to democracy as we could get.