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Letter from US State congressman Brad Sherman, Member of the Foreign Affairs Subcommittee on Terrorism, to Mahmoud Jibril about the use of Libyan funds not to be given to a Terrorist group like LIFG (Libyan Islamic Fighting Group).


He also urge him to address the activities of Abdel-Hakim al-Hasidi,


the Al-Qaeda leader in charge of Triploi…

Brad Sherman letter to Jibril (PDF)

(source: Leonor )




This phone call is a dispute between a Misurati rebel leader and the NTC’s Military spokesman, Colonel Ahmed Bani, showing numerous rebel’s lies & hypocrisy. It confirms several facts:
– They talk about the presence of U.S & French troops within Misurata and Tripoli, and they are clearly admitting that foreign troops engaged in the attack & occupation of Tripoli, and are still there.

– A major conflict between the Misurata brigade and the NTC in Benghazi, about how the Misurata brigade is perceived by Benghazi, the minimizing of its role in the fights. The Misurati commander seems really tired of hearing the Military spokesman gloating on TV & in the news, talking about a so-called new National Army, while they are being crushed by Gaddafi troops, without the help of Benghazi. He says “Your So-called National Army has been totally crushed at Dafniya by Gaddafi troops, and they took all the weapons and armoured vehicles. There is no National Army anymore. Where is your National army in Sirte? Are you talking about those waiting outside parading for TV & photographs? A Commander like you should come to the battleground, not go parading on TV! Stop acting like the Americans & French, like Sarkozy parading while the war is still ongoing in the country. Come to the battleground! ”
– Ahmed Bani, The NTC’s Spokesman, answer him about the psychological operation & aims for his use of the word “New National Army”, he says that the whole world is fearing a guerrilla situation in Libya, fearing Al Qaeda and fratricide fights between the different factions. The international community must not see the Libyan rebels as a bunch of different factions, militias and brigades, so he uses the word “Libyan Army” to pretend that Libya is ok, that the situation is under control, and that there are only small pockets of pro-Gaddafi fighters to defeat. So they try to convince the US, UK and France that a Libyan army is under construction, blablabla…
– The Misurati commander stop him, telling him that the US & French are very well informed about the situation on the ground, since they are with them on the ground. They where in Tripoli during the assault, and they are still there. He says in his own brigade only, there is a foreign intel. group of 12 US spec ops, and 6 French (spies?), they are giving all the info, through internet & press (?). So the situation is quiet clear for them, no need to pretend there is a new Libyan army.
– A dispute over the weapons & “troops” or “mercenaries” from Qatar. “Where are the weapons from Qatar, where are the troops when we need them?”, says the Misurati rebel. The deficiency of backing troops and weapons from Benghazi, while they have given them 150 millions (?) for it- The Misurati commander says that they didn’t get the weapons they were promised while they know they are in Benghazi. He swears that each of those in Benghazi who betrayed the Misurata brigade will pay the hard price and that the ‘revolution’ will succeed with or without them. He says that even if colonel Bani pretend he didn’t betrayed, he need to fix the situation, and give what they promised to Misurata brigade, as he’s in power.
– The Misurati commander says that Benghazi owe them money and respect for the Misurata ‘martyrs’, the wounded and amputations (?), for all what they have done, including destroying the Gaddafi army in Misurata and areas “ Think about the armies we destroyed, Man, we destroyed 16 battalions in Misurata, there areMASS GRAVES of Gaddafi soldiers, but we are not supposed to talk about it. Who destroyed them? And you are talking about a National army?! Where is your National army of Benghazi? We are taking major casualties right now. Ambulances and planes are full of our casualties; hospitals are full of Misuratan rebels! Where is the help coming from Qatar? Where are the weapons coming from Qatar? You guys are excluding us from Libya like if we were Bangladesh. You are doing worse than Gaddafi, forgetting us and putting us apart”

(source: Leonor )




National Transitional Council militiamen deployed a three-car convoy into Bani Walid only for it to be destroyed in an ambush that claimed at least four NTC fighters.
Fighting is also raging around Sirte.
Dr Ahmed Alsharif, who heads a field hospital near the city, said that at least 80 NTC fighters had been killed there since Saturday.
Militiamen loyal to the National Transitional Council have been besieging both towns since August.
Nato warplanes have repeatedly blitzed the defenders’ positions.
But the main NTC military force were forced into a headlong retreat from Bani Walid on Friday.
Now the front line is made up of bands of undisciplined fighters.
Western journalists near Bani Walid reported that NTC-allied fighters as young as 18 were spending hours smoking cannabis, shooting at plastic bottles, arguing with one another and sometimes just firing wildly into the streets out of apparent boredom.
In Benghazi today NTC chief Mahmoud Jibril told a press conference that the council had failed to reach an agreement on an interim government due to bickering over positions.
He had promised over a week earlier that a new administration would be announced within seven days.
nGadaffi spokesman Moussa Ibrahim claimed on Sunday evening that Gadaffi partisans had captured 17 mercenaries including fighters from Britain, France and Qatar.

(source: Leonor )



Julien Tell examines in-depth the background, context and disinformation around the political situations in Libya and Syria in light of US/NATO intervention and crimes against humanity being committed in these regions, as well as the potential implications for Algeria.

(source: grtv)




New reports indicate that NATO militias were forced to flee the front line in Sirte after gaining heavy casualties, they have been pushed back to Bin Jawad.

NATO militias claim that Libyan army is surrounded, but in reality the opposite is true. Libyan Army attacked Ras Lanuf very recently, the question remains, if Libyan Army is surrounded, then how did they manage to attack Ras Lanuf which is 150km away from Sirte front lines?

The bogus claim is to create the illusion of victory, but in reality Libyan Army in coordination with Libya people have continuously set traps and has managed to control the battle field strategically.

This comes as NATO militias once again beg NATO to continue its terror operations, and supply them with more weapons because they have failed to crush Libyan people and their aspirations to be free from Colonialism and Imperialism.

(source: Ozyism )




by Tim Whewell

Leaders of one of Libya’s largest and most powerful tribes have told BBC Newsnight that they will take their own revenge on the killers of the rebel commander, General Abdel Fattah Younes, if the country’s new rulers fail to solve the case.

Elders of Younes’ Obeidi tribe said senior officials in the National Transitional Council (NTC) conspired with Islamic extremists to kill the general, whose mutilated body was found along with those of two senior aides in a valley near the rebel-held city of Benghazi on 28 July 2011.

Several of his fingers had been cut off, one eye gouged out, his stomach cut open and his body burned.

The day before his body was found, Younes – the most senior defector to the rebels from Colonel Muammar Gaddafi’s government – had been arrested on NTC orders, apparently over suspicions that he was failing to pursue military operations with sufficient vigour.

In an interview with Newsnight Libya’s new leader, NTC Chairman Mustafa Abdul-Jalil, strongly denied any suggestion of conspiracy:

“There were some administrative mistakes by the executive cabinet. They have been investigated – and in the light of this we have decided to reshuffle the cabinet. These mistakes had nothing to do with the subsequent killing,” he said.

However, senior members of the Obeidi tribe disagree. Othman Atia, a tribal elder in eastern Libya told Newsnight:

“The conspiracy was concocted at the Executive Council – and they know who is behind it. They issued a summons to General Younes, they lured him, lay in wait for him – and then they did what they did to him.”

(source: BBC )




by Abayomi Azikiwe

Resistance by the loyalist forces in Libya has escalated with major clashes between supporters of the Gaddafi government and the U.S.-NATO financed rebel National Transitional Council (NTC). For over two weeks the western-backed leadership along with the imperialists have been pressuring the people of Bani Walid to surrender and allow the seizure of their city of 100,000 people in the western region of this oil-producing North African state.

After failing to convince the leadership of the city to give in to the neo-colonial aims of the NTC and their backers, several attempts by the rebels and NATO to attack Bani Walid and its environs have been repelled by the armed organization of the people. In these recent skirmishes, it was revealed that the Libyan military still maintains the capability to engage in both offensive and defensive operations.

Prior to the attempt to enter Bani Walid, the armed forces of Libya shelled with grad rockets the positions of the NTC rebels outside the city. When rebel units approached the northern entrance of the town they were hit by additional mortar rounds and sniper fire.

After the withdrawal from the areas approaching Bani Walid, the NTC rebels set out to reinforce their units in the approach to Sirte, the western coastal city that is a strong area of support to Col. Muammar Gaddafi. The effort to approach Sirte was also met with stiff resistance by the loyalist forces prompting the rebels to retreat 125 km from the city.

The prevention of the rebels from entering these areas exposes the falsehood that the Libyan government does not have continuing support inside the country. Prior to the invasion of Tripoli, demonstrations of millions of people came out in support of the government and in opposition to the U.S.-NATO war.

NATO escalated its bombing operations over both Bani Walid and Sirte in the days leading up to the expiration of the deadline given to the people to surrender. There were reports that NATO advised the rebels to withdraw pending additional air strikes against the loyalists in these cities still under the control of the government.

Additional offensive operations by the loyalists against the U.S.-NATO war in the country included the September 12 bold attack on the oil port at Ras Lanuf, a major focal point of the war over the last seven months. It was reported that 17 NTC rebels were killed in the attack that came after the workers set fire to sections of the refinery as an act of sabotage against the imperialist plan to steal vast amounts of oil from the state that prior to the war produced 1.5 million barrels per day of high grade crude.

On the same day, September 12, there were attacks against rebel NTC forces at the airport outside Tripoli where explosions were heard in the distance. During this same time period there was an escalation in snipping against NTC elements throughout Tripoli.

Even the New York Times admitted on September 12 that “Abdulrahman Busin, a spokesman for the council’s military operations, said the attack on Ras Lanuf was apparently a response to news that the council had taken steps to restart oil production, which had been one of the country’s major contributors of income before the conflict. He said that forces allied with the council were still fighting loyalists to bring an industrial area in Ras Lanuf back under control.” (NYT, Sept. 12)

U.S. Admits Greater Role Amid NATO Continuation of War

As the war in Libya escalated over the months since the beginning of the rebel attacks on February 17 in Benghazi and other areas in the east of the country, it has been revealed that the U.S. and the NATO countries have organized, financed and coordinated the actions and movements of the rebel NTC. The White House dispatched Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) operatives to Libya to provide assistance to the counter-revolution.

It was reported during this same period earlier on during the war that British MI-6 agents and Special Forces were involved in the fighting as well as units from the U.S.-backed military in neighboring Egypt and Qatar in the Gulf. This direct ground intervention by the imperialist states and their allies illustrated the degree of importance that the ruling classes in these various western countries valued the efforts to seize control of Libya, its waterways, national treasury and natural resources.

Nonetheless, further claims gave additional proof of the deployment on the ground of U.S. military units. Despite consistent reports that U.S. forces had been spotted in the theater of war, the Pentagon has repeatedly denied these allegations.

However, it was reported on September 12 by the Associated Press that “The Defense Department says it has four troops in Libya—only the second time since the U.S. became involved there that it has acknowledged having any military personnel on the ground. The first time was in March when Marines rescued an Air Force pilot who had ejected over eastern Libya.” (AP, Sept. 12)

Although Navy Capt. John Kirby, a spokesperson for the Joint Chiefs of Staff, indicated on September 12 that the military personnel were only in Libya to investigate the re-opening of the U.S. embassy in Tripoli, in all likelihood this is part of a much broader strategy for greater Pentagon deployment inside the country. Why should the Libyan people or the international community accept these denials by Washington when the Business Insider stated “That (this) admission contradicts the Obama administration’s repeated assertions at the outset of the Libyan military intervention that no U.S. forces would be deployed to the North African nation.”? (Business Insider, Sept. 12)

This same publication later noted that “American officials have previously acknowledged the presence of some CIA agents on the ground in Libya who were reportedly helping coordinate NATO air strikes.” The Pentagon and the CIA also supplied the predator drones which were utilized to identify targets and to hit Libyan positions on the ground.

At the same time NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen has stressed that the military alliance will continue its operations in Libya for the unforeseeable future. During the course of the war against Libya, there have been over 20,000 sorties and approximately 8,000 bombings.

In response to the increased resistance against the U.S.-NATO war policy in Libya, Rasmussen said that “We have seen also during this weekend that remnants of Gaddafi’s regime still constitute a threat to the civilian population. We stand ready to continue our operations as long as necessary.” (Xinhua, Sept. 12) The NATO countries and their allies have hosted several conferences aimed at expropriating the wealth of Libya where in excess of $120 billion in foreign assets were frozen over the last several months.

Divisions Among Rebels and Further Revelations of Atrocities

Already among the rebel forces there are deep divisions that may very well provide a false rationale for the large-scale military intervention by the imperialist states. On September 9 there were reports in the Tripoli Post that 12 rebels were killed by infighting among disparate units in two towns on the eastern edge of the Nafusa Mountains. (Tripoli Post, Sept. 9)

Other reports indicate fissures between the NTC rebel fighting units and the politicians that are invited to the conferences in western capitals where they are hailed as the new leadership of the country. Even among the NTC spokespersons, there are deep differences based on political outlook and distrust between the Islamists, monarchists, government defectors and the longtime CIA-trained groups that have opposed the Gaddafi government since the 1980s.

In addition to these divisions among the western-backed rebels, there are daily reports of atrocities being committed by the rebels against Black Libyans and Africans from other countries on the continent. Hundreds of Nigerians and Ghanaians are locked up in prisons inside Libya along with dark-skinned nationals who are perceived by the reactionaries and their NATO supporters as loyalists.

Some 20 Nigerian national were alleged to have been found executed outside the Gaddafi compound in Tripoli that was overrun by the NTC forces during the first week of the invasion of the capital. These acts of racism and genocide have played a significant part in preventing the African Union from recognizing the NTC as the legitimate government of Libya despite tremendous economic and political pressure from the imperialist states.

Perhaps one of the most shocking stories to come out of Libya was revealed by former U.S. Congressman Walter Fauntroy, a civil rights activists and aide to the martyred Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Fauntroy, who travelled to Libya during the earlier days of the war seeking to mediate a peace agreement between the U.S.-NATO forces and the Gaddafi government, said that he witnessed the beheading of people by Special Forces units from the NATO countries. (Mathaba.net, September 9)

Even moderate states in Africa such as Kenya are demanding the withholding of recognition of the NTC by the international community. Kenya’s embassy was specifically targeted during the invasion of Tripoli and the foreign ministry has stressed that until there is a clear-cut plan for a transition to a representative government in Libya, the NTC should not be given diplomatic standing.

Meanwhile on September 12, amid the escalation of resistance against the U.S.-NATO war against his country, leader Muammar Gaddafi issued a statement over Arrai TV based in Syria. Gaddafi called upon the Libyan people to resist the imposition of NTC rule over Libya and reiterated that the rebels were agents of imperialism.

U.S. Anti-war and Peace Movements Must Oppose War Against Libya

It is essential that the anti-war and peace movements inside the U.S. and the other NATO countries openly oppose the imperialist plot to destroy and seize Libya. There is no such thing as a good war of neo-colonization and occupation.

The lessons of Afghanistan and Iraq prove clearly that the conditions for the majority of people living under a U.S. occupation will inevitably worsen. The deterioration of the social conditions of people living under imperialist rule, either direct or indirect, will lead to greater military intervention and consequent mass deaths and destruction.

Anti-war forces must demand imperialist hands off the national wealth of the Libyan people. The rebels can in no way be considered the legitimate representatives of the people when they have openly collaborated with former colonial powers and the leading imperialist state in the world, the U.S., to not only topple the government of the country but to also approve the theft of its natural resources and foreign assets.

The war against Libya is the first full operational mission of the U.S. Africa Command (AFRICOM) which was established by the Pentagon in 2008 to increase military intervention on the continent. With the reliance of the United States ruling class on the oil exports and mineral resources of the African continent, there will be greater calls from the bourgeoisie to engage in efforts aimed at regime change following the same pattern set in Ivory Coast by France and in Libya by a collective of imperialist states led by the U.S.

Activists concerned with global peace and development should demand the dismantling of AFRICOM and the withdrawal of all U.S. military involvement on the African continent. Africa’s affairs must be the exclusive purview of the people who will always bear the brunt of imperialist intervention and occupation.

Abayomi Azikiwe is Editor, Pan-African News Wire

Web Sites http://panafricannews.blogspot.com

(source: GlobalResearch )




Rothschilds warmongerers have no limit to reach their goal which is stealing the oil of Libya and enslave its People under Debts…

NATO has conceived a huge provocation in order to discredit the army of volunteers from Libya where the general population are armed in order to defend themselves against invasions such as that currently underway and from other African states coming to the rescue of Libya, sources indicate.

To this end, the NATO sources have bought Soviet weapons that armed Libyan in the past. On Tuesday 13th it became clear that NATO had purchased Soviet weapons in Latvia, including a few tanks and armored vehicles, also from Moldova and possibly from other countries. They are using a heavy cargo aircraft IL-76 to transport these weapons.

This plot was hatched by NATO strategists in order to paint in the colors Jamahiriya mercenaries, posing as an army of volunteers, to create confusion by killing civilians in Libya.

This will sow discord between the tribes and the army with their attachments of volunteers.

The aircraft was reported arriving from Moldova around Wednesday. A first confirmation that the mechanism is already running is given at this Russian news site: http://www.gazeta.ru/news/lenta/2011/09/13/n_2007561.shtml

Information for this report was taken from the Russian site “for Gaddafi and his people”: http://za-kaddafi.ru/node/3661 which is closely monitoring the situation in Libya and the illegal US-NATO-led war against Africa’s wealthiest state.

(source: Mathaba )




Russian site za-kaddafi.ru gives a report, concerning the war in Libya. There are Russians and other foreign citizens some with military experience, in Libya who are offering solidarity with the African nation which has faced many massacres, and non-stop bombing by the US-European “NATO” alliance.

Libya has held out single-handed and entered the ranks of world military history by its resistance under clear skies, with no air defenses and six months on non-stop cruise missiles, bombs, and now also chemical weapons and the cutting of water and food to entire cities by NATO-rebels.

The Russian site reports that a detachment of seventy thousand (70,000) volunteers have come from Niger to help defend Libya, and that they are at the disposal of Colonel Gaddafi. In the towns of Bani Walid and Sirte, NATO used mustard gas and cluster bombs during the past week, with horrific injuries evident.

Sirte and Bani Walid have been subjected to constant bombing, and wide spread use of sound bombs to prevent the population from sleeping as well as cause disorientation and now also the use of chemical weapons.

All human rights and media organizations of the world, as well as “NGOs” and the “United Nations” have been silent on this matter, with only those governments that are not in the hands of the banking elite (including Cuba, Venezuela, Bolivia, Ecuador, Zimbabwe) speaking out and demanding that an international tribunal examine NATO war crimes.

To this end some initiatives are now under way but seeking popular support as they are genuine and not motivated by money or funds, as is evidently the case with Amnesty International (which recently earned the name “Amnesia International” for its complete lack of mention of Libya in its 3-months publication June-August entitled “Human Rights Defender”) and other such organizations.

The noteworthy initiatives which are deserving of support are the World Peoples Conference on Crimes Against Humanity, which is slated for March 2012, and which is setting up a repository at http://www.worldcrimes.org as well as the Global Peace Initiative being led by Dr K A Paul, which is seeking one million email signups, twitter followers, facebook likes, and feed subscribers to demand peace.

The Russian site also said that in the suburbs of Tripoli, a “pro-Gaddafi army of volunteers from Algeria” killed more than 200 mercenaries.
It said that a fierce counter-attack came on three fronts: at the refinery at Ras Lanuf, near Muammar Gaddafi’s hometown of Sirte, and Bani Walid.

“It is not permissible to make Libya a colony again, and all that remains for us to do is fight until victory is won,” said Colonel Gaddafi in a statement read out via Syrian Arrai TV recently, although Mathaba has not been able to confirm the authenticity of the communication and is seeking contact with the TV station regarding this matter.

Adam King of the Green Book Center which was destroyed in NATO bombing near the outset of the war against Libya, even though it is a peaceful academic institute with absolutely no military connections, said that the words used and the message itself, did not appear to have come from the Leader but could have been an attempt by NATO-rebels to find a way to post messages via Arrai.

Although he could not confirm one way or another, he said that the things that were not mentioned in the short communication, and some things that were mentioned, did not appear to fit the reality, but he would not elaborate further so as not to disclose information helpful to the NATO-rebels in the event that this was not a communication from Qaddafi.

However, the Libyan leaders has given several other authentic communications which show that the Jamahiriya still controls the vas t majority of Libya, and even the majority of Tripoli, with the NATO-rebels controlling mainly the media and communications, as well as the air space. The Libyan leader and the vast majority of the Libyan population are continuing strong resistance.

It is expected that the Jamahiriya will regain control of its territory from the foreign mercenaries, or otherwise that people’s power will spread to other states throughout Africa and the Arab region as well as parts of Europe, the latter being in economic free-fall.

Forces loyal to Gaddafi sprung a surprise operation yesterday, za-kaddafi.ru reports, “deep behind enemy lines, killing at least 12 rats [Ed: NATO-rebels] of the TNC [Ed: so-called NATO-rebel Transitional National Council] during a raid near Ras Lanuf on the central coast.”

The report quoted Libyan Defense Forces military spokesman Mohamed Zawawi as saying “At this point, we have a figure of 12 dead in the ranks of the rats who were guarding the plant.”

(source: Mathaba )


Libya: 15 Rebels killed as Libyan Army attack oil refinery

Gaddafi loyalists launched an attack on Libya’s largest oil refinery on Monday, leaving 15 people dead, according to officials in Benghazi, amid fears of a guerrilla campaign of sabotage.

Witnesses said a convoy of pickups drove out of the desert at 9am and attacked the facility close to Ras Lanuf, about 380 from Tripoli, on the approach to the regime stronghold of Sirte.

Abdalil Salah, an official in the interim oil ministry, said it was an attempt to disrupt the plant and prevent efforts to resume oil production.

“They came out of the desert from the south and attacked the main gate from a distance with rockets,” he told The Daily Telegraph.

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Divisions grow in Libyan ranks after failed attack on loyalist stronghold Bani Walid

Rival factions turn on leadership after the attempt to secure Bani Walid ends in chaos. Kim Sengupta reports from Tripoli

The rebels had fought their way in through the narrow streets and alleyways when they ran into an ambush. A desperate appeal for help to their comrades, exiles from Bani Walid whose advice they had followed on the assault, was answered by instructions to fall back to a rendezvous point outside the town.

But when the revolutionaries reached their destination, having fought their way out under intense fire, there was no sign of the Bani Walid contingent. Then, as urgent attempts were being made to establish communications, came salvos of mortar rounds and rockets.

By the time the opposition fighters had brought their casualties, five dead and 18 injured, to the nearest medical facility, they were enraged, accusing the Bani Walid men of betrayal. And some of the “outside” groups returned to Tripoli in disgust.

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‘I posted this story yesterday, now finally NATO militias decided to admit it also, the truth is slowly coming out. At least 12 killed and 16 wounded when NATO militias turned on each other. Also I posted that many NATO militiamen were captured:

At least 12 people were killed and 16 wounded when two groups of fighters opposed to Moamer Kadhafi turned on each other in Libya’s west, two officials said on Sunday.


according to the two officials, 20 of his fighters were captured during Saturday’s fighting.

Later many NATO militiamen refused to take orders and left the battlefield outside Bani Walid because they are in conflict amongst each other. They are like thieves fighting for the loot. This disturbing situation has been the product of NATO war and it will only escalate.

Ismail al-Salibi threatened to kill other factions of NATO militias one by one, claiming that they will meet the same faith as Younis if they don’t resign.

This comes while fighting erupts across the country, as the Zero Hour gets closer, NATO militias are becoming ever more scared and panicky. They don’t know whether NATO will continue its terror operations or not, when they gather to vote again at the end of this month.

Due to huge economic failures amongst NATO member states, their is a suspicion that they might not continue the terror operations.’

(source: Ozyism )



Abdul Jibril visited Misrata for the first time, after Misrata militias detached themselves from NTC and refused to take orders.

In his speech in Misrata he said that NTC won’t bother giving order to Misratah because we fear a conflict, showing NATO’s weakness.

Jibril is trying hard to end the internal conflict between Misratah, Benghazi and Tripoli. All three cities occupied by NATO and its militiamen are turning against each other like thieves. This comes while Libyans continue resisting NATO and its Mercenaries in different cities, reports suggests that the Liberation of Tripoli might have already began.

(source: Ozyism)



NATO has intensified terror attacks in Sirte and Sabha after yesterday’s humiliating defeat outside Bani Walid and Sirte. NATO militiamen were force to retreat and NATO had to come and save them once again.

This time NATO intensified its terror attacks, loud explosions heard inside Sabha and Sirte residential areas. Most believe that NATO operations are mainly focused on terrorizing the population to surrender and stop resisting. That way NATO Mercenaries and militiamen can come in a claim victory. 35% of Libya oil has already been promised to one NATO member France, it is unknown what will the rest receive from the bounty of war.

One thing for sure, the fight continues, NATO militiamen are divided as one puppet commander threatened to kill all members from a different faction one by one.

(source: Ozyism)


Libya Update on the war – September 12th


Libyan Resistance: Summary for September 12
(Tuesday, 13.09.2011 – 02:26)

by Dennis South

The fighting and resistance in the city of Bani Walid continues, despite NATO bombing. The local radio continues to encourage people to fight with the NATO led rebels, not sparing anyone: “We urge the residents of Bani Walid to protect the city from the NATO led rebels and armed gangs, no retreat! Fight to the death!, Allah is on our side!”.

The residents of Sirte, which is now like a fortress, are still fighting, despite NATO bombing.

Loyalist guerrillas are operating in Tripoli and other Libyan cities. Libyans are fighting day and night with the al-Qaeda terrorists.

Somewhere in the west of Libya there was a clash between different factions of the NATO led rebels. They were fighting over control of heavy weapons, and at least 12 rebels were killed. A powerful explosion rocked the international airport at Tripoli. There were deaths and wounded [assumed to be rebels]. The Libyan resistance continues!

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At least 27 NATO militiamen have been killed outside Bani Walid in a counter assault by the Libyan government yesterday, witnesses report that the bodies were taken to a hospital in Alkhumes.

This comes as Abdul Jibril gave a speech to its militiamen in occupied Green Square, claiming victory while fighting continued inside and outside Tripoli. Within a week at least 70 militiamen were killed inside Tripoli alone by Libyan Army.

(source: Ozyism)



LIBYA. Fighting back against Evil Forces. Truth of Resistance 9/9/2011

‘The Truth About the NATO/NTC War on Libya!
1. For 42 years Colonel Gaddafi used oil money to enrich Libya, to improve the lives of Libyans and to empower African states. This is why Gaddafi is alive, supported and continues to defy the West and speak the truth.

2. Both the West and the Arab world hated these facts because it affected their quest for power and profit. They wanted to lead Gaddafi but Gaddafi did not want to be led and instead used them as a stepping stone to his achieve his own aspirations and those he had for Libya and Africa.

3. 2011 – Foreign mercenaries pour into Libya via rebellions in Egypt and Tunisia, while Libyans and those in the capital support Gaddafi.

4. NATO then finds a few leaders amongst traitors in Gaddafi’s military, Al-Qaeda and elsewhere who send mercenaries and gangs to instigate riots in Libya to create instability.

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by Dennis South
Sunday, 11.09.2011 – 23:18

Bani Walid: after the NATO bombing of Bani Walid last night, the NATO-rebels, with the help of terrorist and mercenary apostates from Islam from Afghanistan and Pakistan tried to enter Bani Walid, but they were repulsed, just as they were repulsed in the city of Sirte, where they have poisoned the water.

Sirte: Sirte is in a very difficult situation. The roads in town are blocked. NATO airstrikes are constant. There are no drugs or dressings for the wounded, and there are no tools to perform operations. According to some sources, the water flowing into the city is poisoned. The NATO-rebels have not yet planned their attacks on Sirte. Apparently, NATO has decided to bomb Sirte relentlessly until all resistance stops. This is what was explained in the message that “Argumenty.ru” received from an assistant of Gaddafi’s, a former officer of the old Soviet Union and member of Russian Special Forces, Lieutenant Colonel Elias Koreneva (It appears that Lieutenant Koreneva is fighting right alongside the Libyan Armed Forces! he’s from the old Soviet school).

Lieutenant Koreneva also confirms the information concerning Bani Walid that is in the first paragraph above.

Lieutenant Koreneva reports:

“Fighters of the brigade led by Khamis al-Gaddafi carried out a counter-attack on a base occupied by rats and NATO officials at the Mitiga airport. This is the headquarters of the Military commandant of Tripoli, Abdel Hakim Belhadj. Several of his guards were killed, and a British helicopter was shot down. We will now go to fight in the northwest of Tripoli.”

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by Tony Cartalucci

Genocide, rebel infighting, failed offensives mark 3 weeks after NATO’s “victory” in Libya

by Tony Cartalucci

‘Desperate to declare NATO’s mission in Libya a victory ahead of the September 19, 2011 deadline on their contrived UN Security Council resolution, already violated in every conceivable manner possible, NATO planes in tandem with NATO special forces obliterated Tripoli ahead of swarms of Libyan rebel troops led by notorious Al Qaeda thug Abdulhakim Hasadi (aka Balhaj.) Three weeks later, NATO’s proxy Libyan representative, long-time globalist and servant of the West Mahmoud Gibril Elwarfally, touched down at Tripoli’s airport, one of the few enclaves held by rebels in the city, to give the impression that his “National Transitional Council” (NTC) actually controls the capital and therefore the country.

In reality, Gibril (also spelled Jabril) is in control of nothing, apparently not even his own rebel forces, and stunts such as landing in Tripoli are desperate ploys to portray a sense of strength and resolve to garner continued “international support” as NATO’s deadline quickly approaches. Libya’s rebellion, despite the corporate-media’s disingenuous presentation, is divided along tribal and ethnic lines, with most of Libya’s rebels being motivated, not by aspirations for liberal-democracy, but rather by ideological extremism cultivated over the last 30 years by US and British intelligence in the eastern cities of Darnah and Benghazi. As NATO enables these violent ideologues to expand their control over the country, they are systematically committing war crimes including large-scale theft and looting, exiling entire civilian populations from cities, and wholesale genocide. They are also reportedly turning their weapons on one another.

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Factions of NATO militias have asked Abdul Jalil to resign and have branded as an obstacle to the coup.

Abdel-Hakim Belhaj testified that militias from Benghazi, Misratah, Nafusa and Tripoli are asking Abdul Jalil to resign.

The division between Libyan Traitors and NATO agents is deepening, scuffles and fighting has started around Bani Walid, NATO militias are attacking each other.

This comes as Abdul Jalil once again called for unity, but no unity is yet to be seen. Fighting rages on between factions and the Libyan Army continues attacking their positions in different towns and important highways.


The Misrata militias have detached themselves from TNC and are refusing to take orders from traitors. These agents of NATO have stated clearly that they will not take order from those who have served under the Libyan Jamahariya government after the war started.

This has deepened the division, and frustrations over heavy casualties in Sirte and Bani Walid has driven many agents and traitors against each other. The blaming game has started, suspicion and paranoia has spread throughout NATO Militias.


Attacks against NATO militias have been reported in Brega, Zawiyah, Ras lanuf, Tarhuna, South of Misrata and parts of Ajelat.

Qaddafi in his previous message stated that the Zero Hour is reaching, meaning NATO will be voting soon in order to decide whether they should continue the terror operations in support of its militia or not. Many fear that not enough support for the terror operations exists within NATO member states and that NATO cannot afford a prolonged war in three fronts.

This has been called the Zero Hour and Libyans understood Qaddafi’s message and have mounted attacks against NATO militia, causing fear and panick, which has lead to fighting in between different factions of NATO militias.


New reports indicate that at least 7 NATO militiamen have been killed outside the town of Bani Walid and 10 wounded. NATO militias have been targeting all around Libya and infighting between different factions of NATO militia has begun.

The situation is chaotic and messy, conflicting reports from NATO militia is coming out, one second claiming to attack one town, then claim to not attack, then claiming to attack another town…’

(source: Ozyism)