Tuesday, September 06, 2011

Libyan Rebels Muslim Extremists and Terrorists???

BBC Bombshell: The Dark Side Of The "War On Terrorism"

Cameron, Sarkozy & Obama Train, Fund, Arm, Join & Lead al-Qaeda in Libya

BBC Newsnight - September 2, 2011

Sharia will now be a source of future legislation in Libya. Members of the Libyan Transitional National Council (TNC) has released a draft of a proposed new constitution that enumerates Islamic Sharia law as its foundation.

And so no surprise here as the US is backing the wrong group as they did in Afghanistan in the 1980s in the fight against the Soviet Occupation when the US backed the most extreme Jihadists . The Jihadists once they defeated the Soviets took over Afghanistan and installed the Taliban government . Out of this mess Osama Bin Laden's Al Qaeda was born and so took on the Americans with their terrorist campaign culminating in the 9/11 attacks and the rest as they say is history.

Escobar: Al-Qaeda asset is military commander of

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Published: 27 August, 2011

Libyan Rebels Listed by US State Department as Terrorists NATO leaders are guilty under US code of providing material
support to terrorists.By Tony Cartalucci via InformationClearing House, Sept. 3,

In March 2011, the London Telegraph reported that Libya's

rebels had direct ties to Al Qaeda and that both leaders and

fighters had spent time in both Iraq and Afghanistan combating

US troops. The article titled, "Libyan rebel commander admits

his fighters have al-Qaeda links" featured Abdel-Hakim al-

Hasidi, who had been captured by the US after fighting

Americans in Afghanistan, returned to Libya, and released under

a bargain for Hasidi and his Libyan Islamic Fighting Group

(LIFG) militants to abandon extremism and become productive

members of society. Quite obviously, and with the US, UK, and

NATO's help, Hasidi and his men went back on this bargain and

are now sowing murder and mayhem across Libya.

The New York Time more recently reported in an article titled,

"Exiled Islamists Watch Rebellion Unfold at Home" that LIFG has

"renounced Al Qaeda and are part of the mosaic of rebel

fighters united under the umbrella of the Transitional National

Council, the opposition leadership that the United States

formally recognized as Libya’s legitimate government." Of

course, "renouncement" is exactly what these very same men did

to be released from Qaddafi's prisons in the first place before

immediately taking up arms and laying waste to the nation. The

New York Times also notes that exiled LIFG leader Abu Sohaib,

currently being harbored in London, is unable to return to

Libya because he and LIFG is a listed terrorist across the

Middle East and throughout most of Europe, including the UK.

His LIFG fighters are noted as having "combat experience in

Iraq or Afghanistan," and that they are part of the "social

fabric of eastern Libya," namely Benghazi, Tobruk, and Darnah

in a region often referred to as Cyrenaica.

...To get a clearer picture of just how much of the "social

fabric of eastern Libya" these Al Qaeda LIFG fighters make up,

a study from West Point US Military Academy indicates that this

region produced more foreign fighters per capita found in Iraq

than any other nation including Saudi Arabia. The vast majority

of these fighters came from Darnah and Benghazi, the latter

being the epicenter of the current Libyan rebellion. The

report, explained in detail by geopolitical analyst Dr. Webster

Tarpley, proves just how understated the New York Times article

is in portraying these terrorists as "part of the social fabric

of eastern Libya." The facts prove quite clearly that terrorism

is the social fabric of eastern Libya.

Just this week, the UK Independent provided its readership with

a watered down headline that reads, "Rebel military chief says

he was tortured by CIA." The article indicates that the current

rebel leader, Abdulhakim Belhaj (aka Abdel-Hakim al-Hasidi) is

in fact an LIFG founding member, with combat experience in

Afghanistan against the Russians, omits that he was also

involved in fighting US troops there in 2001, but does mention

that he was held by the CIA, then the Libyan government before

taking command of NATO-backed rebels in Libya. The Daily Beast

reports in an article titled, "Libya’s Powerful Islamist

Leader," that Belhaj was in fact, face-to-face with Osama Bin

Laden back in the 1980's, and that the Libyan Islamic Fighting

Group (LIFG) is listed by both the U.S. State Department and

the British Home Office as an international terrorist


and so it goes,

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