URGENT -Tunisian man appeals for help to bring his 3-year-old nephew from Libya, authorities refuse

Tunisian man appeals for help to bring his 3-year-old nephew from Libya, authorities refuse

Libya is deteriorating and is entering to its worse era of a failed state and division I beg my readers  to show their humanity for this child. Personally I have no connections to the family but this infant is all alone in a Libyan hospital with his mother put into jail reasons unknown, but in Libya you don’t have to do anything just look somebody side ways and they will put you in jail. Anyway I am sure that all of us have still a drop of humanity in us to help this little boy.

Here is the link from the Libyan Observer:http://www.libyaobserver.ly/news/tunisian-man-appeals-help-bring-his-3-year-old-nephew-libya-authorities-refuse



Libya and “The Arab Spring”: Neoliberalism, “Regime Change” and NATO’s “Humanitarian Wars”

by Michel Chossudovsky, Finian Cunningham and Mahdi Darius Nazemroaya – November 2011 – GlobalResearch



First in Global Research’s Interactive Reader Series, we bring to the attention of our readers a collection of Global Research articles on the “Arab Spring”, covering recent developments in several countries across the Middle East and North Africa region. The Interactive Reader is a collection of previously published articles on Global Research. Its objective is to provide an overview as well as a comparative understanding of country-level experiences of the upheavals.

This selection of articles is intended to dispel the notion that the “Arab Spring” is just a pro-democracy movement spreading spontaneously from country to country, opening the way to a meaningful change in the political and economic landscape. The term “Arab Spring” is itself a Western-imposed term conjured up by people who appear to have little understanding of the complexities and realities of the region.

The double-standards of the U.S. and the European Union have become visible during the course of these tumultuous events. Both the US and the EU have kept silent about the brutal repression of unarmed civilian protesters in the Persian Gulf sheikhdoms, such as Bahrain and Saudi Arabia, while, by contrast, the Western powers have vehemently pushed for conflict with Libya and Syria.

America is no “role model” of democratization for the Arab World, comprising some 22 countries with a combined population of 300 million. US military presence imposed on Egypt, Jordan, Saudi Arabia, Tunisia, and other Arab countries over decades, coupled with Washington-inspired “free market” reforms, are the root cause of state violence.

Washington’s agenda for Egypt and Tunisia was to hijack the protest movement; what prevails in Egypt is the maintenance of a de facto military regime. In Tunisia, following the October 2011 parliamentary elections, the neoliberal policy framework remains unscathed.

From Washington’s standpoint, regime replacement no longer requires the installation of authoritarian military rulers, as in the heyday of US imperialism. Regime change can be implemented by co-opting political parties, financing civil society groups, infiltrating the protest movement, and by manipulating national elections.

The ultimate objective is to sustain the interests of foreign powers and to uphold the “Washington consensus” of the IMF/World Bank economic agenda that has served to impoverish millions throughout the Arab World and beyond.

Moreover, Western powers have used “Political Islam” –including the Muslim Brotherhood and Al Qaeda-affiliated groups– to pursue their hegemonic objectives. Covert operations are launched to weaken the secular state, foment sectarian violence and create social divisions throughout the Arab World.

In Libya, the “pro-democracy” rebels were led by Al Qaeda affiliated paramilitary brigades under the supervision of NATO Special Forces. The much-vaunted “Liberation” of Tripoli was carried out by former members of the Libya Islamic Fighting Group (LIFG)****(The leader of LIFG is Abdulhakim Belhaj MI6 asset and very close friend of the Late Ambassador Stevens, Hillary Clinton, Senator McCain and last but not least the UN representative in Libya “King Bernandino Leon” who gives orders and demands that the HoR international recognized government sits down and talk negotiations with the terrorist GNC holding captive the capital of Tripoli; which are: MUSLIM BROTHERHOOD, LIBYAN DAWN/FAJR, SUNRISE, ISIS/DAESH, AL SHARAIA, AND ALL OTHER TERRORIST GROUPS. I ask you had your country been in situation like Libya would they sit down and negotiate with TERRORISTS?)

Destabilization of sovereign states through “regime change” is closely coordinated with military planning.

War preparations to attack Syria and Iran have been in an advanced state of readiness for several years. The road to Tehran goes through Damascus. A US/NATO-sponsored war on Iran would involve, as a first step, a destabilization campaign (“regime change”) including covert intelligence operations in support of rebel forces directed against the Syrian government.

A “humanitarian war” under the logo of “Responsibility to Protect” (R2P), as seen in Libya, is on the Western powers’ agenda for Syria. Such a venture would also contribute to the ongoing destabilization of Lebanon.

Were a military campaign to be waged against Syria, Israel would be directly or indirectly involved in military and intelligence operations. The hitherto covert role of Saudi Arabia and Turkey in destabilizing Syria would also emerge as open aggression towards long-time regional rival Iran.

A war on Syria could quite possibly ignite a conflagration across the entire Middle East and North Africa, with repercussions on a global scale: Iran’s historic allies, Russia and China, will be pitted against the US and NATO powers; and religious schisms across the region could vent into an explosion of internecine conflicts; also proxy wars currently being waged in East Africa by Western powers could escalate with untold human suffering in an already famine-hit region.

War plans directed against Syria are coordinated with those pertaining to Iran.

Iran’s alleged nuclear weapons programme is the pretext and the justification. Tehran is also identified as a “State sponsor of terrorism”, for allegedly supporting the Al Qaeda network.

In recent developments, what is unfolding is an integrated attack plan on Iran led by the US, with the participation of the United Kingdom and Israel.

The military deployment of US-NATO forces is occurring in several regions of the World simultaneously.

Militarization at the global level is instrumented through the US military’s Unified Command structure: the entire planet is divided up into geographic Combatant Commands under the control of the Pentagon.

The Pentagon’s global military design is one of world conquest. According to (former) NATO Commander General Wesley Clark, the Pentagon’s military road-map consists of a sequence of war theaters : “[The] five-year campaign plan [includes]… a total of seven countries, beginning with Iraq, then Syria, Lebanon, Libya, Iran, Somalia and Sudan.”

What this collection of essays demonstrates is that Western intervention in this pivotal world region is far from the benign rhetoric frequently spouted in Washington, London, Paris and Berlin, espousing universal human rights and democratic freedoms. Rather, we are witnessing a neo-imperialist intervention that is self-serving, expedient and ultimately setting the world on a path of incalculable destruction.


Dictatorship and Neo-Liberalism: The Tunisian People’s Uprising

– by Mahdi Darius Nazemroaya – 2011-01-19
Tunisia is not free yet. The structure that kept Bin Ali in place still exists. The U.S. and France have still not forfeited their economic interests in Tunisia either.


Tunisia and the IMF’s Diktats: How Macro-Economic Policy Triggers Worldwide Poverty and Unemployment

– by Michel Chossudovsky – 2011-01-20
Against a background of rising food prices, the IMF recommends the removal of subsidies…


The Protest Movement in Egypt: “Dictators” do not Dictate, They Obey Orders

– by Michel Chossudovsky – 2011-01-29
“Dictators” do not dictate, they obey orders. President Hosni Mubarak was a faithful servant of Western economic interests.
The Popular Uprising in Egypt: The Military Machine Remains Intact, The Political Status Quo Prevails

– by Mahdi Darius Nazemroaya – 2011-02-21
The same group of Egyptian generals running Cairo presently also formed the backbone of the Mubarak regime. There has been no real change in government. The military junta represents a continuation of the Mubarak regime.
Dictators are “Disposable”: The Rise and Fall of America’s Military Henchmen

– by Michel Chossudovsky – 2011-02-18
When dictators are no longer needed, they are replaced. The military machine prevails, combined with a ruthless form of capitalist development…



Bahrain: The Social Roots of Revolt Against Another US Ally

– by Finian Cunningham – 2011-02-18
The Bahraini authorities deployed helicopters and tanks, with army and police firing teargas and live rounds. Among the protesters were hundreds of women and children.
Slaughter in Bahrain

– by Finian Cunningham
There is little doubt that the regime received clearance from political allies in Washington, London and the other Gulf states to step up its four-week old repression against the civilian population.
Detained Bahraini Medics: Brutal Crackdown against Pro-Democracy Movement

– by Finian Cunningham – 2011-04-21
The families of medics unlawfully detained in Bahrain have accused the Royal College of Surgeons Ireland (RCSI) of putting financial investment interests above human rights.
Bahraini Rulers Play Sectarian Card in Bid to Trump Pro-democracy Movement

– by Finian Cunningham
Increasing attacks on Shia mosques in the Bahraini state’s withering crackdown against the pro-democracy movement is a deliberate attempt to isolate the political opposition and amounts to a campaign of “sectarian cleansing”,


Libya and the Big Lie: Using Human Rights Organizations to Launch Wars

– by Mahdi Darius Nazemroaya – 2011-09-29
The war against Libya is built on fraud. The UN Security Council passed two resolutions against Libya on the basis of unproven claims that Qaddafi was killing his own people in Benghazi…
When War Games Go Live: “Staging” a “Humanitarian War” against “SOUTHLAND”

– by Prof. Michel Chossudovsky – 2011-04-16
We were led to believe that the protest movement in Egypt and Tunisia had spread to Libya, but the war on Libya was planned months prior to the Arab protest movement…
“Our Man in Tripoli”: US-NATO Sponsored Islamic Terrorists Integrate Libya’s Pro-Democracy Opposition

– by Prof. Michel Chossudovsky – 2011-04-03
Concepts are turned upside down: The US-NATO military alliance is supporting a rebellion integrated by Islamic terrorists, in the name of the “War on Terrorism”…
“Operation Libya” and the Battle for Oil: Redrawing the Map of Africa

– by Prof Michel Chossudovsky – 2011-03-09
Libya is among the world’s largest oil economies with approximately 3.5% of global oil reserves, more than twice those of the US.
The “Liberation” of Libya: NATO Special Forces and Al Qaeda Join Hands

– by Prof. Michel Chossudovsky – 2011-08-28
The jihadists and NATO work hand in glove. These “former” Al Qaeda affiliated brigades constitute the backbone of the “pro-democracy” rebellion.
Destroying a Country’s Standard of Living: What Libya Had Achieved, What has been Destroyed

– by Prof. Michel Chossudovsky – 2011-09-20
A historical reversal in Libya economic and social development has occurred. An entire country has been destroyed, its people driven into abysmal poverty.


Yemen and The Militarization of Strategic Waterways

– by Prof. Michel Chossudovsky – 2010-02-07
The militarization of the Indian Ocean is a process of securing US control over Socotra Island and the Gulf of Aden.


SYRIA: Who is Behind The Protest Movement? Fabricating a Pretext for a US-NATO “Humanitarian Intervention”

– by Prof. Michel Chossudovsky – 2011-05-03
The ultimate purpose is to spark sectarian violence and political chaos within Syria by covertly supporting Islamic terrorist organizations.
The Pentagon’s “Salvador Option”: The Deployment of Death Squads in Iraq and Syria

– by Prof. Michel Chossudovsky – 2011-08-16
Recent developments in Syria point to a full-fledged armed insurgency, integrated by Islamist “freedom fighters” covertly supported, trained and equipped by foreign powers.
The Al Qaeda Insurgency in Syria: Recruiting Jihadists to Wage NATO’s “Humanitarian Wars”

– by Prof. Michel Chossudovsky – 2011-09-02
The objective of this armed insurrection is to trigger the response of the police and armed forces, with a view to justifying a “humanitarian” military intervention by NATO


A “Humanitarian War” on Syria? Military Escalation. Towards a Broader Middle East-Central Asian War?

– by Michel Chossudovsky – 2011-08-09
The road to Tehran goes through Damascus. A US-NATO war on Iran would involve, as a first step, a destabilization campaign (“regime change”) directed against Syria.
America’s Conquest of Africa: The Roles of France and Israel

– by Mahdi Darius Nazemroaya, Julien Teil. Introduction by Cynthia McKinney – 2011-10-06
Terrorists not only fight for Washington on the ground, they also act as frontmen for regime change through so-called human rights organizations that promote democracy.
The Powers of Manipulation: Islam as a Geopolitical Tool to Control the Middle East

– by Mahdi Darius Nazemroaya – 2011-07-02
As Washington and its cohorts march towards the Eurasian Heartland, they have tried to manipulate Islam as a geo-political tool. They have created political and social chaos in the process.
America’s War in the Horn of Africa: “Drone Alley”, A Harbinger of Western Power across the African Continent

– by Finian Cunningham – 2011-10-29
The US Military confirms Washington’s secret new war in Somalia despite official denials.
Israel and Libya: Preparing Africa for the “Clash of Civilizations

– by Mahdi Darius Nazemroaya. Introduction by Cynthia McKinney – 2011-10-11
An attempt to separate the merging point of an Arab and African identity is underway…
Global Warfare: Targeting Iran: Preparing for World War III

– by Michel Chossudovsky – 2011-11-03
The military deployment of US-NATO forces is occurring in several regions of the World simultaneously. What is unfolding is an integrated attack plan on Iran led by the US, with the participation of the UK and Israel

About the Authors

Michel Chossudovsky is an award-winning author, Professor of Economics (Emeritus) at the University of Ottawa. He is the Founder and Director of the Centre for Research on Globalization (CRG), Montreal and Editor of the globalresearch.ca  website. He is the author of The Globalization of Poverty and The New World Order (2003) and America’s “War on Terrorism”(2005). His most recent book is entitled Towards a World War III Scenario: The Dangers of Nuclear War (2011). He has taught as Visiting Professor at universities in Western Europe, South East Asia and Latin America, acted as an adviser to governments of developing countries and as a consultant for the several international organizations. Prof. Chossudovsky is a signatory of the Kuala Lumpur declaration to criminalize war and recipient of the Human Rights Prize of the Society for the Protection of Civil Rights and Human Dignity (GBM), Berlin, Germany. He is also a contributor to the Encyclopaedia Britannica. His writings have been published in more than twenty languages.

Finian Cunningham is currently Global Research’s Middle East and East Africa Correspondent. He has written extensively on international affairs. Previously, he was based in Bahrain and witnessed the upheavals in the Persian Gulf kingdom during 2011 as well as the subsequent Saudi-led brutal crackdown against pro-democracy protests. He is now based in East Africa.

Mahdi Darius Nazemroaya is a Sociologist and an award-winning author based in Ottawa. He is a Research Associate at the Centre for Research on Globalization (CRG), Montreal. He was a witness to the “Arab Spring” in action in North Africa. While on the ground in Libya during the NATO bombing campaign, he reported out of Tripoli for several Western media. He was Special Correspondent for Global Research and Pacifica’s investigative radio program Flashpoints, broadcast out of Berkeley, California. His writings have been published in more than ten languages.



The impact of Libyan middle-class refugees in Tunisia

The impact of Libyan middle-class refugees in Tunisia


Reuters/Anis Mili - A refugee who fled the unrest in Libya shaves a friend's head at a refugee camp near the Libyan and Tunisian border crossing of Ras Jdir March 26, 2011.

The Arab world is in the midst of one of the largest human displacements in modern history, with 14-15 million refugees and internally displaced people (IDPs). This number includes over 10 million Syrians that are now refugees abroad or IDPs, nearly 2 million Iraqi IDPs, and hundreds of thousands of Iraqi refugees most of whom fled to Syria. There are 2 two million Libyans abroad, mostly in Tunisia, and 400,000 IDPs within the country. The region is also prone to sudden population movements such as the hurried return of hundreds of thousands of Egyptians from Libya, first when fighting intensified over the summer and then following the barbaric beheading of 21 Egyptians.

These large population surges are inherently destabilizing to already fragile societies, even if they are not the usually depicted desperate refugees in need of basic shelter, food, and healthcare. The region has had previous influxes of largely middle-class refugees who came with incomes and savings—starting with some of the Palestinians in 1947. In 1997 the Jordanian government put the number of Iraqi refugees at over 400,000, most of them in Amman and with some means. Since then, many of those Iraqi refugees have returned to Iraq, but many remained in Jordan and Syria as well—at least until the advent of the 2011 Syrian civil war, when many more again returned to Iraq. However, there are currently at least some 30,000 poorer Iraqis, dependent on international assistance, that remain. An additional 10,000 or so have registered with the UNHCR since the fighting over the summer of 2014 and more are coming in. The biggest flood of Iraqi refugees, however, came in the aftermath of the Gulf Wars, when many Iraqi urban families relocated to Syrian cities. In 2010, their numbers were still around 1 million and more are now falling into poverty.

The case of Libyan refugees in Tunisia

A similar population movement is happening with Libyans relocating to Tunisia. Total numbers are difficult to come by since few register as refugees. Most are urbanites that move to Tunis and other urban centers; the less well-off tend to be in the south from Gabès to Ras Jédir.

The Tunisian Ministry of Commerce estimates the total number of refugees the country hosts at around 1 million—10 percent of Tunisia’s population. Others cite higher numbers, closer to around 1.8 million. The borders are sometimes temporarily closed to deal with sudden influxes, but mostly they remain open to Libyans, who need no visa to enter the country and benefit from a 1973 convention which in principle allows them to work, establish businesses, and circulate in Tunisia with relative freedom.

This is a huge number to accommodate, especially in this difficult economy, but tensions have remained largely under control. Not surprisingly, there are complaints about moneyed Libyans and their behavior—now a staple of the Tunisian press. However the targets are mostly young Libyan men. Families have usually been accorded a warmer welcome.

Tunisians do complain about the rise of rents and strains on services. The latter includes gripes about Libyans’ use of subsidized items, including oil imported from Libya. On December 4, 2014, the Tunisian Foreign Minister Mongi Hamid asked Libyan authorities to supply oil at cheaper prices, noting that it was unreasonable to expect Tunisia to buy oil at market prices only for Libyans to “use it after it has been subsidized by our government.”

Public schooling remains unavailable to Libyan children, though Tunisian private schools will accept them. As with Iraqi urbanites in Syria, if the situation lasts a long time, more and more families could run out of savings and become unable to afford schooling and other necessities. The Libyan government has opened schools in Tunis but the numbers are too few. Tunisia is also a haven for those seeking medical care, with private clinics in cities like Sfax full of wounded fighters and civilians. Here again those who cannot afford the private clinics represent a significant burden on public health facilities.

There are other costs as well. Until the Libyan crisis escalated last year, Libya used to provide more than 25 percent of Tunisia’s fuel needs at subsidized prices. But Libyan oil exports are now intermittent at best and down to 200,000 barrels a day  from the 1.3 million barrels exported daily in 2011. This sharp decline will eventually affect the incomes of Libyans in Tunisia. Another cost has been the return of the 100,000 Tunisians working in Libya. Their remittances represented 0.6 percent of Tunisia’s GDP, which amounted to $276 million in 2011.

The influx also raises security concerns. Libya remains awash in weapons and is home to extremists, including some Tunisians. There are also sharp tensions within the Libyan community. To date this has not led to significant violence in Tunisia, but the potential remains. The government has threatened to repatriate Libyans engaging in political activities unless they follow the law and inform relevant Tunisian authorities of meetings, etc.

On the other hand, the Libyan influx has also had a positive side. Tunisian hotels, restaurants, private hospitals, and schools as well as retailers, supplying firms, and their workers have profited. One estimate suggests this has resulted in an annual injection of 1 billion euros into the Tunisian economy. There have also been some Libyan investments diverted into Tunisia, although numbers are difficult to come by. Nevertheless, public finances have faced an added burden at a difficult time.

Can Tunisia learn from Syria’s experience?

While Tunisia and Syria are quite different, Tunisia can still learn from a cautionary tale about the Syrian experience with Iraqi refugees and the added fragility of hosting large numbers of urban “guests.” 

A recent study conducted by the Earth Institute at Columbia University suggests that Syria’s implosion may have stemmed from the burden of 1.5 million Iraqi refugees adding to the stress of 1.5 million rural Syrians moving into urban areas following the 2006-2010 drought.

In comparison to Syria, Tunisia is a much more homogenous society. It has a young political system that is open and democratic, the antithesis of the regime in Syria. It also has a large middle class that has demonstrated its political maturity. However, this does not mean that the Tunisians and the international community can afford to be complacent—the influx of Libyan refugees could leave Tunisia less capable of dealing with additional stresses.

As Richard Youngs from Carnegie Europe recently noted, “the international community has a tendency to shift its attention away from democratizing states prematurely, at a time when trends can still deteriorate dramatically.” Tunisia is surrounded by armed turmoil and extremist threats on its borders and within. The economic conditions that led to the 2011 revolution persist. Now is the time to double down on assisting the Tunisians. Neither the Tunisians, the Arab world, nor the Europeans and the rest of the world can afford to jeopardize this still evolving success story.

Tunisia Attack Has Roots in NATO’s Destabilization of Libya

Tunisia Attack Has Roots in NATO’s Destabilization of Libya

by Paul Joseph Watson

Group likely to be behind siege was hired by U.S. State Department to defend Benghazi consulate.

The attack on a museum in the capital of Tunisia has its roots in NATO’s destabilization of neighboring Libya, during which terrorists affiliated with Al-Qaeda were armed and funded in the effort to topple Colonel Gaddafi.

“Nineteen people, including 17 foreign tourists, have been killed after gunmen targeted a museum in the Tunisian capital, the Prime Minister says,” reports BBC News. “Italian, Spanish, Polish and German citizens were among those killed, as well as a Tunisian and a police officer, PM Habib Essid said.”

Early indications suggest that the attack is probably the work of Ansar al Sharia, a militant terror group associated with Al-Qaeda that was also blamed for the 2012 Benghazi attack.

Ansar al Sharia came to prominence during the Libyan illegal war during which NATO countries including the United States and the United Kingdom supported violent jihadist groups allied with Al-Qaeda.

The group is composed of fighters belonging to the February 17th Martyrs Brigade, which was hired by the U.S. State Department to “defend” the Benghazi Mission months before the attack.

Ansar al Sharia seized power and territory in Libya with the direct aid of U.S. and British support for jihadist groups in Libya in the form of cruise missile attacks which preceded the demise of Gaddafi.

“According to a 2007 report by West Point’s Combating Terrorism Center’s center, the Libyan city of Benghazi was one of Al Qaeda’s main headquarters – and bases for sending Al Qaeda fighters into Iraq – prior to the overthrow of Gaddafi,” reports Washington’s Blog.

These same terrorists flew the Al-Qaeda flag over courthouses in Benghazi, the same flag now being flown by ISIS, and imposed sharia law, while transforming Libya from a relatively prosperous and thriving nation, into a brutal hellhole run by militia warlords and jihadists.

Another prominent militant supported by the US during the Libya uprising was LIFG commander Abdelhakim Belhadj, who is now leading ISIS forces in Tripoli.

Although Tunisia is perhaps the only ‘Arab Spring’ nation to have not gone into meltdown as a result of jihadists expanding their influence across the region, it is now being targeted by the same terrorists who came to prominence as a consequence of the west’s disastrous policy of toppling secular leaders by supporting radical Islamists in Libya and Syria.

Newspaper: «Jews» buy Libyan territory on the border of Tunisia to settle million Jews

Newspaper: «Jews» buy Libyan territory on the border of Tunisia to settle million Jews

If you check my blog you will find a document which was signed between the rats of GNC and Israel before the illegal war was done that Israel would assist the GNC on condition that they gave them a military base near the Green Mountain, repay compensation for lands taken away from the Jewish community which by the way nobody not even Qaddafi asked them to leave the country. They themselves decided to leave Libya after the 6 day war. So that we put the facts as they are and not as the Zionists want them. The Jamahirya government started paying compensation to all Jews (Libyan and non Libyan Jews) from 2005, I know this because all MY JEWISH FRIENDS WHO HAD GONE TO ITALY TO LIVE AFTER THE 6 DAY WAR, CAME BACK TO LIBYA IN 2005, ONE BY ONE COLLECTING COMPENSATION FROM THE GOVERNMENT. I SAW IT WITH MY OWN EYES AND THEY WERE ALOUD TO TAKE THEIR MONEY OUTSIDE THE COUNTRY AND WE ARE TALKING IN THE MILLIONS. So I do not understand why now they want to be re-compensated? The article says they were expelled they were never expelled.


Rusaifa news newspaper sunrise Tunisian that Radio «Voice of Israel», unveiled the new head of the Libyan Jewish community, visit «secret» of Tripoli, for the purchase of spare vast land there, and in the Green Mountain area in eastern Libya, and on the borders of Tunisia questions about the potential threat Libya gradually to the fate of her sister Palestine.

صحيفة:«اليهود» يشترون أراضي ليبية على حدود تونس لتوطين مليون يهودي

According to Libyan sources, that those lands owned by Jewish businessmen expelled late Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi, in 1969, and confiscated all their land and farms and homes and commercial shops.

In a related context, a Jewish businessman said, has investments in various countries around the world, via the radio «Voice of Israel»: «Jews Libyans returning to their homeland Libya very soon, and it will be 2015, the year the Jews return to Libya, as well as resettlement of the Jews of the Arab Maghreb countries, Tunisia and Morocco and Algeria ».
And supports the scheme, according to the businessman, the transfer of a million Jews to Libya, with the help of the international community and the United Nations and international human rights organizations, and with the help of America, Britain and France.

This comes after two years of a major conference for the Jews of Libya in the Italian capital Rome, under the slogan: «God, religion and Libya each Libyans», in October 2013, was the highlight of those who had to insist on the right to return to Libya, and calling on the authorities to allow them to return and the return of their property, land and compensation financially, pointing to the possession of papers and documents proving that they have the land and property on in Libya.

The back history of the Jews in Libya to the third century BC, leaving most of the Jews of Libya during the twenty years that followed World War II, and it was a couple of hundred of them live in Libya during 1969.

He says Meir Ekhalon (73 years), who is president of the International Jewish Libya Association, headquartered «Or Yehuda» near Tel Aviv: «when captured Gaddafi to power he chased the 600 Jews who remained in Libya, to confiscate their property and get out of the country». ****(He is lying nobody chased them they left on their own accord, I was there and I know.)

Ekhalon is one of the biggest defenders of the cultural identity of the Libyan Jewish, and publishes a quarterly magazine, the Libyan Jewish community in Hebrew, Italian, and runs the museum archives and research center dedicated to preserve the identity and history of the Libyan Jewish community.

The museum contains rooms filled with pictures of rabbis, and the manuscript of the Bible seven centuries old, and the house of a Jew traditional, and other things, but the newest thing in the museum is an existing page in embossed book gold written in Arabic on May 20 of this year, Ahmed Sharif, a A Libyan opposition leaders stable in London, expressing his desire to return to the Jews of Libya. ****(Ahmed Sharif is a traitor to his country and to the Libyan people)