No to Impunity, the NTC-NATO – Al Qaeda were sent to Kill and Destroy Libya and it is Right that they should be Crushed with Full Weight of the Law.
-Kufra,the airport is closed due to clashes between the Warriors Toubou and NTC – NATO barbarians tribes.
The Green resistance fighters fired at the planes with grenades and small arms.
The hospital of Kufra is full “rebels” terrorists wounded seriously and they are waiting for transfer to other cities.
-Nafusa mountains:Two days ago a convoy loaded with weapons that flowed along the road in the Nafusa mountains, at the height of Nalut, was bombed by aircraft NATO, in this case eyewitnesses say they were French aircraft.
Logically any means of communication has echoed this bombing or any other perpetrated by aircraft dronesUSA, or French, or British, Qatar or any aggressor to Libya country. We are seeing as only transcends the biased information which are of interest for its invasion and plunder of Libya projects. USA continues its plan without concern because nothing transcends do what you do. This is the biggest mistake that the world can commit, because it is now Libya, formerly Iraq, Afghanistan, or Somalia, or any of the Western countries who are being forced to do his will. What happens tomorrow?
The reason why this group of cars have bombed was because they believed that Saif travelling al-Islam who they want to kill,like they want to do to the rest of the family of Ghadafi, repeating the aggression they did with his father. IE first bombing, then sending the helicopters with paralyzing gases, then capturing, running around the world and making movies with Arab mercenaries sothat they appear to have been perpetrated by “militias” Libyan.
-Tripoli:The House of a Libyan civilian which her eviction was demolished by the“rebel” beasts of the NTC – NATO to build a new building at Omar Mukhtar Street – Trípoli which resulted in the collapse of the roof of the House of to the side, killing 3 people and one of them the pregnant mother.
- Libya – Syria: The terrorists of the NTC-NATO in Libya announce that“will donate $100 million in”humanitarian aid“Syrian bandits and allows them to open an Office in Tripoli – the Government spokesman ”
-One of the terrorist leaders, said to Alarabiya to March 06, the tribes of Cyreanice(East of Libya) to declare a sort of federal territory. Divide and conquer
-French Minister of Defense, recognizes the colonialist objective of the invasion of Libya , told Libya: “we are working to ensure the permanent presence and influence in this country”.
Apart from the huge contracts for the sale of arms or military aircraft, talks topics specific to respond directly to the ‘ problems of security of Libya.
He signed with his counterpart Libyan agreement Osama Aljowaily aimed at strengthening bilateral cooperation to control about four thousand kilometres of land borders. He visited Tripoli and Benghazi, in a three-day visit.
-Thousands of green flags that say (God is great)enter in the preparation for the great release, the big surprise…
ALGERIA ISP / Elmokawama According to Akhbar Libya, in Tripoli, the member of the Al Qaeda and the military governor of Tripoli, the man from Qatar, Abdelhakim Belhadj appeared Saturday night on Green Square in Tripoli. He is not dead! He was announced dead in a checkpoint in Tripoli in recent days.
This Saturday, he was protected by a new bodyguard!, Named Abdelkarim Elouassi equipped with a weapon of new generation. (*** this new generation weapon was given to him by NATO the ones who tortured him before when he was Al Qaeda by the way but now his BIG BUDDIES WITH OBAMA, CAMERON & SARKOZY now they are funding him and they will compensate him for all the damages they caused him with the torturing oh dear I am all tears now!)
(***Look at his body guard his scared even from his shadow his not more than 25 years old what a pity the kid is going to lose his life for an asshole like Belhadj)
ALGERIA ISP / Elmokawama According to Akhbar Libya.
In Tripoli, at that time clashes between Resistance Fighters and rebels in the region of Souk Jomoa, the Green Square, the streets of Zawiya and airport road.
In Kafra, the fighter jets fly over the city at low altitude.Civilians began leaving the town for fear ofindiscriminate bombing as in the days of NATO. In Kafra always, a dozen of rebel convoys from several towns are lost in the Libyan desert.The airport of the city is destroyed that is why the planes of NTC transport of rebels can not land.
In Benghazi, a helicopter equipped with missiles just left the airport of Benina. Its heading to the town of Kafra.
ALGERIA ISP / Elmokawama According to Akhbar Libya, in Janzour, the first assessment of the rebel attack from the Misrata rebels against the Taouerga civilians in a camp rises to 12 dead and 30 injured children and women.
The TV version of the Al Jazeera is that the rebels of Misrata where looking for pro Gaddafi people in the camp Taouerga.
Demonstrators Taouerga just released in Tripoli in the Green Square to show their pissed against the rebels of Misrata.
The image shows the barbaric Misrata assaulting a woman Taouerga
NATO used its forces to the maximum to take Tripoli
Italy’sL’Espresso daily publication wrote that NATO’s special forces played the key role when taking Tripoli, the capital of Libya. A participant of the operation shared his impressions with the publication. According to the author of the article, the man, whose story the newspaper published, was struggling with the butchers of Muammar Gaddafi, foreign snipers and killers, who had come to Libya from all over the world. According to him, all of them came to Tripoli to make money by aiming their guns at rebellious people.
The man, who introduced himself as a member of the Italian special forces, said that the secret weapon had been aimed against inexperienced rebels for months. “Those snipers stopped the first groups of the rebels, who entered the Libyan capital,” the man said.
The author of the article admitted that bombs and missiles were useless against them. The residents of Tripoli did not struggle with them to avoid massacre in return. “There was only one way to remove them – to challenge them to a duel: a shooter vs. a shooter.
This is exactly what NATO did.
They gathered best snipers of the alliance under the conditions of extreme secrecy and brought themto Libya to get rid of the regime there. It was their weapons that contributed most to the fall of the dictatorship. It was them who opened the road for the rebellion. There were Italian servicemen among them too,” the article said.
L’Espresso published the story told by Ale – a serviceman of the special forces of the Italian navy, who supposedly took part in the taking of Tripoli. According to the author of the article, Ale and his partners were working in the south-east of Tripoli. The men were equipped with Ar 15 guns with silencers of the new generation and state-of-the-art sniper rifles for high-precision gunfire for the distance of up to a thousand meters. Their equipment also included comfortable shoes and clothing: body armor with extra protection on the chest, cartridges, containers for water, medications and medical equipment neatly packed in the uniforms, etc.
“When Ale and his men arrived to the front, they took perfect positions. They could control the whole square from the height that they had taken. The snipers had to be removed before daybreak. Ale’s men had already detected two enemy snipers with the help of electronic devices. Ale determined the target and said that he was ready. The enemies were quiet. They would make several shots before changing positions. That was a lethal mistake for them to make. The night was drawing to its end. It was time to move to another bunker of Gaddafi’s supporters to open the door for the revolution wider.“
Stories like these make one think about the real participation of NATO troops in the Libyan war. According to the official information from the alliance, NATO conducted bombings, restricted arms shipments, and assisted in training the forces who were struggling against Gaddafi’s troops.
There is also unofficial information, which was exposed by the British media. According to British publications, Britain, for instance, went far beyond the framework set by the UN. The country supposedly participated in at least restricted operations in which it suffered considerable losses.
The above-mentioned article in the Italian newspaper also said that Ale was a member of the special team in which there was also a French legionary, a Briton from SAS and two US marines. All of them were veterans, whose skills were far better than that of Gaddafi’s mercenaries.
According to the author, the use of those snipers became a critical element like a nuclear bomb in 1945, which changed the course of the conflict.
NATO sources said that there were as many as 4,000 US marines deployed near the Libyan shores during the operation. White House officials say that those marines did not take part in the Libyan “revolution.”Was it really so?
It is worthy of note that there were reports saying that Gaddafi’s soldiers downed helicopters with NATO commandos on board. It was also reported that the Libyan army had captured European mercenaries during the standoff.
The West uses professionals against unwanted regimes. However, the above-mentioned stories also mean that the West is ready to use its pros against other regimes as well – in Syria, Iran, etc. Foreign special services reportedly continue to sound out the possibilities for the Libyan scenario to repeat in Syria. There are also reports saying that mysterious snipers attack demonstrators and policemen to provoke armed clashes. Will Teheran and Damascus be able to set anything against mercenaries and commandoes who are capable of changing the course of any conflict?
On October 9,BBC claimed National Transitional Council (NTC) forces “made significant gains in the battle for the city of Sirte. (NTC) commanders said they had captured the main hospital, the university and the Ouagadougou conference center.”
Sirte is “close to falling.” After it’s taken, NTC officials “say they will declare national liberation, even if Gaddafi remains at large.”`
“NTC chairman Mustafa Abdul Jalil told reporters in Tripoli” that Sirte and Bani Walid liberation “will happen within this week.”
On October 10, BBC headlined, “Sirte ready to fall,” repeating the same canard. More on that below.
On October 10, AP headlined, “Libyan revolutionary forces celebrate gains but fierce fighting persists over Gaddafi hometown,” saying:
“Jubilant revolutionary forces have raised their tri-color flag over a convention center in Sirte that long served as a base for (Gaddafi) loyalists, even as fighting rages elsewhere in the fugitive leader’s hometown.”
Sirte commander “Younis al-Abdally….says his troops have surrounded pro-Gaddafi fighters in a small area in the upscale neighborhood of Dollar Street.”
On October 9,New York Times writer Kareem Fahim headlined, “Fighters Enter City Once Home to Qaddafi,” saying:
Anti-Gaddafi “fighters battled their way into the heart of this coastal city on Sunday, seizing a sumptuous conference center (and) nearby Ibn Sina hospital….”
“By Sunday afternoon, anti-Qaddafi fighters were speaking confidently about their chances of finally taking (Sirte), as a coordinated ring of troops closed in on loyalists in their remaining pockets.”
On October 10,Al Jazeera reported a “final push into Sirte,” saying “Anti-Gaddafi forces say they’ve captured more than half of (the city), one of (Gaddafi’s) last remaining strongholds.”
Correspondent Tony Birtley’s one-sided reportfalsified facts on the ground, claiming “70%” of Sirte was captured. His sole truthful comment was “(t)his is not finished yet.”
Indeed not, as Gaddafi loyalists are prevailing, contrary to falsifiedAl Jazeera and Western media reports. They include Al Jazeera saying on October 11 that TNC fighters “punched through (Sirte’s) last line of defence,” encountering “light resistance and suffer(ing) no casualties….”
On October 10, Christof Lehmann’s NSNBC said Sirte loyalists successfully resisted NATO terror bombing and rebel attacks for months.
“Even Al Jazeera’s Hollywood Narrative of the attack on Sirte (was discredited) when the ‘embedded grand standing’ at a freshly captured university campus (was short-lived by a) message (saying) ‘we have to withdraw because there is a massive counterattack coming.’ “
Gaddafi loyalists continue to show redoubtable staying power against all NATO’s might and paramilitary cutthroat army onslaughts. They’re in it for the money, other assorted reasons, and all they can loot. They’ve taken full advantage despite getting pummeled across the country.
In Sirte alone since Sunday, heavy fighting killed about 200 TNC fighters. In late evening,
“TNC leader Mahmud Jubril (withdrew) ‘all fighters with allegiance to him’ from the Sirte theater, saying ‘it was senseless to sacrifice 200 fighters for a one minute Al Jazeera Victory.”
Actually, Birtley’s report ran about three minutes, none but a sole comment worth hearing.
Despite earlier more worthy credentials, Al Jazeera News channel (JNC) compromised them by waging one-sided war against Gaddafi and Syria’s Assad since last winter. Abandoning all professionalism and objectivity, it’s more a voice for power than truth.
Qatar funds Al Jazeera. It’s also part of NATO’s anti-Gaddafi coalition. Sheikh Hamad formerly chaired its board of directors with veto power over program content. With direct programming control, all JNC reporting henceforth will be suspect.
Notably throughout 2011, Khanfar’s pro-Western support got some JNC journalists to leave. They were unwilling to report managed news and information like BBC and America’s media. With a Qatari royal family member in charge, JNC’s fall from grace may reach bottom.
NSNBC reported a source it uses saying “an unnamed US intelligence agency has approached TNC leaders, suggesting the division of Libya into a Northern and Southern state” to provide cover for bringing in Blue Helmet paramilitary occupiers. The Security Council authorized them.
NATO and rebel war crimes also continue. Besides attacking Sirte’s university campus and Ibn Sina Hospital, NATO “bombed a civilian house, killing 22, with 20 others missing.” America’s media no longer notice.
Near Bani Walid, ambushed TNC fighters “took heavy casualties….In Gheryan, Libyan forces successfully attacked a military industrial complex,” heavily defended by “troops from NATO countries and Qatar.” Key military installations were destroyed.
Controlling most of the city, Benghazi loyalists are making slow progress “against heavily entrenched TNC fighters.” Unconfirmed reports say city tribal leaders are ready to join Libyan forces.
Fighting across Libya continues. NATO and cutthroat rebels commit daily war crimes. The appalling humanitarian crisis worsens. Diplomatic initiatives are absent to end it. “Where is a UN Fact Finding Mission? Where is an African Union Observer in Sirte?”
When will courageous African and other leaders say “enough is enough?” When will culpable NATO nations and officials be held accountable for turning Libya into a charnel house?
Largely out of sight and mind, civilian massacres continue daily while Western media yawn, cheerlead, or alternately do both.
On October 10, clashes between rebel and loyalist forces occurred in Hadbha, Arada, Abu Salim and other Tripoli areas. Helicopter gunships indiscriminately fired at peaceful anti-NATO demonstrators.
Reports suggest Qatari, Saudi and Israeli Special Forces in Libya.
On October 10,“15 TNC fighters were killed outside Bani Walid. All were carrying Israeli” IDs. Late at night, UK “SAS Regiment (forces) entered Sirte to carry out a special operation. Reportedly “16″ were captured, another “44″ killed.
UK, Saudi, Qatari and Israeli forces in Libya provides more evidence “for US and NATO’s utter disregard for (UN) principles” and rule of law values. It also justifies Russia and China’s opposition with Security Council measures against Syria as a prelude to more conflict.
Libyan loyalists keep resisting to liberate their country and rebuild, despite daily NATO terror bombing.
On October 12, NSNBC said despite heavy NATO and rebel attacks, “Sirte is holding out. So is Bani Walid. So is most of Tripoli.”
Despite heavy clashes there and elsewhere, neither NATO or its hired guns “succeeded (in) break(ing) the Libyan peoples’ will and ability to resist.”
The battle for Libya shows no signs of ebbing. Further updates will follow key events.
Stephen Lendman lives in Chicago and can be reached at email@example.com. Also visit his blog site at sjlendman.blogspot.com
Abdelhakim Belhadj – Irish Next In Command left his Post
After Mahmud Jibril yesterday withdrew fighters with allegiance to him from Sirte, calling the death of 200 fighters for a 1 minute TV-victory senseless, the second in command of the Tripoli Military Counsel led by Abdelhakim Belhadj, the Irish Mahdi AL-Harati left his post. The depletion of the imported TNC fighters, and the heavy resistance against attacks on Sirte forces NATO to increasingly use special operations units. Tonight 16 SAS paratroopers were captured and 44 killed during an operation inside Sirte. by Dr. Christof Lehmann
Libya´s Transitional National Counsel is in shambles. Last weeks walk out of 90 % of it´s members, and assassination attempts on both TNC Chairman Mahmud Jibril and Commander of the Tripoli Military Counsel (TMC), aka Libyan Islamic Fighting Group, Abdelhakim Belhadj, was followed by second in command at the TMC, the Libyan-Irish Mahdi Al-Harati leaving his post. Al-Harati´s decision is among Libyans widely perceived at the proverbial rat, evacuating the sinking ship. It also once again elicits that the official narrative of a Libyan Revolution is covering for the fact that the vast majority of all NATO allied fighters are recruited from Al Qaeda, Taliban, and various terrorist organizations and war lords militia in the former Soviet Republics bordering Pakistan, China, Afghanistan and Russia.
Tripoli was last night shaken by heavy clashes between Libyan Forces and popular liberation fighters, and TNC forces. After peaceful demonstrations against the TNC and NATO were dispersed by both armed assaults on the ground, and by Apache Helicopters from which there was indiscriminately fired into demonstrators.One man, waving a green flag on the Green Square, who was not lucky enough to flee fast enough, was captured and beaten to death by the mercenaries for democracy. After the initial chock of the assault on the demonstrators, heavy clashes broke out in Hadbha, Arada, Abu Salim and other Tripoli areas.
After the last all out attack on Sirte resulted in over 200 dead and over 1.000 wounded TNC fighters, and the withdrawal of TNC fighters loyal to Mahmud Jibril from the offensive against Sirte, the TNC is scrambling to regroup, calling all fighters to register in “The New Libyan Army“. The call both reflects the fact that the TNC has no unified military leadership, the infighting between Belhadj, Jibril and other fractions inside the TNC and Tripoli Military Counsel, and not least the fact that NATO and the TNC are running low on reserves.
16 SAS troops captured and 44 killed in Sirte
There are increasing reports of NATO, Qatari, Saudi, and Israeli Special Forces on the ground. Last night a group of 15 TNC fighters were killed outside Bani Walid. All of them were carrying Israeli Identification Documents. At 03.15 this morning, nsnbc received a report from Sirte. SAS paratroopers from the 22nd SAS Regiment out of Credenhill, UK, had entered Sirte to carry out a special operation. 16 of the SAS men were captured, and 44 of the elite soldiers were killed.
It is not unlikely that the SAS operation was in preparation of an attack that would coincide with a humanitarian and medical aid operation that is currently prepared in negotiations between Libyan forces inside Sirte, ………………………………………………………………. the TNC, and the Red Cross.
Both Russia and China have protested against the abuse of UNSC Resolution 1973 in the strongest terms. The rejection of any UN resolution on Syria being one of the first overt consequences of Russian and Chinese recognition of the fact that the NATO campaign in Libya is ultimately directed against the two states. With tonight’s capture of 16 SAS troops in Sirte being one more piece of evidence for US and NATO´s utter disregard for the principles of the United Nations, and one more example of utter disregard for Russian and Chinese signals that NATO is stepping over it´s boundaries, diplomatic relations are bound to suffer. It will be interesting to observe if the fact that 15 killed fighters outside Bani Walid had Israeli Identification Documents on them will have any bearing on Russian – Israeli Relations.
It is necessary that men should understand things as they are, should call them by their right names, and should know that an army is an instrument for killing, and that the enrollment and management of an army...is a preparation for murder - Tolstoy