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PostPosted: Wed Feb 16, 2011 9:00 am    Post subject: LIBYA * ISIS invades in 2015  Reply with quote


The leader of the 'rebels' in Libya was a GITMO resident who was freed.
YES, the rebels are terrorists!  

Libya faces protests
February 16, 2011
  Hundreds of protesters took to the streets of Libya Wednesday in the first sign that the unrest which toppled governments in neighboring Tunisia and Egypt has spread to the North African nation.
Witnesses said protesters in the eastern port city of Benghazi chanted slogans demanding the resignation of Prime Minister Baghdadi al-Mahmoudi.

The crowds did not appear to direct their anger at Moammar Gadhafi, who is Africa's longest-serving leader. He has ruled for 41 years.
However, Dubai-based television news service Al-Jazeera reported that sources said the demonstrators chanted slogans against the "corrupt rulers of the country."

Protesters had called on citizens to observe Thursday as a "Day of Rage," hoping to emulate the popular uprisings in Egypt and Tunisia and end Gadhafi's regime.
Libyan activists were using social networking websites including Facebook.
Rioting is unusual in oil exporter Libya, where Gadhafi keeps a tight grip on political life.
Libya's state-run Juna news agency did not carry any word of Wednesday's anti-government protests.


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200 reported killed in LIBYA
February 21, 2011   Protesters, security clash in Tripoli

A central government building in the Libyan capital of Tripoli was set on fire Monday.
Protesters and security forces battled in the center of Tripoli as anti-government unrest spread to the Libyan capital and Moammar Qaddafi's son went on state television to proclaim that his father remained in charge with the army's backing and would "fight until the last man, the last woman, the last bullet."

Gadhafi to fight to 'the last bullet'  (I suspect he has already left Libya)
Protesters have seized military bases

Libya cuts off Internet

Around two million Cyrenaican protesters, half of Libya's population who control half of the country and part of its oil resources, embarked Sunday,
Feb. 20, on a full-scale revolt against Muammar Qaddafi and his affluent ruling Tripolitanian-dominated regime.
Unlike the rights protests sweeping the Middle East and North Africa, in Libya, one half of the country is rising up against the other half, as well as fighting to overthrow a dictatorial ruler of 42 years.

Since last week, heavy battles have been fought in Benghazi, Al Bayda, Al Marj, Tobruk and at least two other two cities.
In some places, debkafile's military sources report protesters stormed army bases and seized large quantities of missiles, mortars, heavy machine guns and armored vehicles – and used them.
The important Fadil Ben Omar Brigade command base in Benghazi was burnt to the ground.

Our sources cite witnesses who spied Berber tribesmen among the insurgents, which bodes ill for Algerian and Morocco and their large Berber populations.
The reports of massacres and imported mercenaries, especially in Benghazi come mainly from opposition sources in West Europe and cannot be independently confirmed at this time. Neither could reports from the same sources Sunday night that Qaddafi's rule had collapsed and the revolt had spread.

At the same time, there is no doubt that Qaddafi will not scruple to use brutal measures in desperation to save his regime, if he has not already. Hospital sources describe hundreds of dead and injured.
He has meanwhile put Ahmed Gaddaf Al-Dam, his cousin and security chief, in charge of the army's effort to suppress the uprising in Benghazi. Most of the city appears to have fallen to the protesters, with the exception of its airport through which the ruler is pumping heavy reinforcements and sending them straight into battle.

So far, the Libyan Air Force and Navy have not been deployed. Helicopters sent in action to shoot into crowds are confirmed in only one place, Al Bayda.
Since Saturday afternoon, Qaddafi has not been seen or heard in public. According to some rumors, he has left Tripoli and made for the Saharan oasis town of Sebha, his tribal birthplace. So far, he has kept up the flow of military reinforcements to the six rebel cities because the towns of Tripolitania have been relatively quiet. But if Tripoli and its environs rise up too, he will be short of military strength to deal with trouble spots in both parts of the country.

Some Libyan would-be go-betweens proposed a ceasefire between Qaddafi and the protesters whereby the government would resign and the popular former prime minister Abdul Salam Jaloud be appointed caretaker prime minister until the crisis is resolved. But Jaloud declined the offer.
It is too early to determine in advance how the showdown between Qaddafi's army and the protesters-insurgents of Cyrenaica turns out. Before it is over, Libya's eastern provinces may be called on to sacrifice thousands more dead and wounded. If the Cyrenaicans do manage to hold on, they will be in a position to carve Libya in two and break away from Tripolitania and the Qaddafi regime.

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Libyan terrorist released in exchange for BP oil drilling rights in Libyan Gulf
July 14, 2010   Talk radio Neal Boortz has been all over the BP-Libya-PanAm Lockerbie connections this week.  He discussed it at length on his July 12 and 13 radio show.

Gaza ship prompts US senators demand to probe BP Libyan links.
Muammar Qaddafi son Seif al Islammay have made too much of a splash by consigning the MV Almathea (Al Amal) to challenge the Israeli Gaza blockade.

As Israeli warships encircled the ship Wednesday, July 14, a group of US senators were drawn to this group which commissioned the ship, and called for its links with the oil giant BP to be investigated.
July 14 Amal is anchored about 50 miles from the Gaza coast after its captain claimed his main engine had broken down and would take several hours to repair.

Debka speculates he may have stalled the engine to ease his quandary if to head for Egypt or Gaza.
Amal is inching towards the coast stalked by 8 Israeli warships.
Israel doesnt want another world outcry, which always favors Muslims.
Egypt is prepared to grant the Libyan ship docking rights.

In Washington, following the tie-in of the ship with Seif's dealings with British and Russian business interests which helped him secure the release of Pan-Am bomber,
US Senator Frank Lautenberg said 'It is shocking to even contemplate that BP is profiting from the release of a terrorist with the blood of 189 Americans on his hands.'
Lautenberg is leading a group of senators demanding an investigation into the US-British BP inclusion in the group which leveraged the early release of
Pan-Am disaster terrorist mastermind, by bribing a doctor to claim he only had 3 months to live.  He was received back in Libya as a hero.

Libyan terrorist released in exchange for BP oil drilling rights in Libyan Gulf of Sidra

A probe would likely close in on Seif's 'charity,' identify them and expose their links both to the Megrahi affair and the current ship.
Watch for the Muslim Obama to halt the investigation.

Libya Ship Headed to Egypt, fox news

Gaza aid ship diverts to Egypt

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Muslim Brotherhood Cleric orders Gaddafi killed
February 22, 2011 
 Muslim cleric Yusuf al-Qaradawi has issued a fatwa that any Libyan soldier who can shoot dead embattled leader Muammar Gaddafi should do so 'to rid Libya of him.'
'Whoever in the Libyan army is able to shoot a bullet at Mr Gaddafi should do so,' Qaradawi, an Egyptian-born cleric who is usually based in Qatar, told Al-Jazeera television.
He also told Libyan soldiers 'not to obey orders to strike at your own people,' and urged Libyan ambassadors around the world to dissociate themselves from Gaddafi's regime.

Famous in the Middle East for his at times controversial fatwas, or religious edicts, the octogenarian Qaradawi has celebrity status in the Arab world thanks to his religious broadcasts on Al-Jazeera.
He has in the past defended 'violence carried out by certain Muslims.'

The West accuses the cleric of supporting 'terrorism' because he sanctioned Palestinian suicide attacks in Israel. Britain and the United States have refused to grant him entry visas.
The cleric, spiritual leader of Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood and longtime resident of Qatar, heads the International Union for Muslim Scholars.

Muammar Gaddafi appears on state TV, dismissed reports that he had fled.
He said, 'I am in Tripoli and not in Venezuela.'  We will see.

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UN Security Council to Hold Formal Meeting on Libya
February 22, 2011  
The UN Security Council decided to hold a formal meeting on Tuesday afternoon on the current situation in Libya, the German UN Mission said.
The formal meeting will begin at 3 p.m. EST (2000GMT) at the UN Headquarters in New York, the German Mission said.

The upcoming Council meeting is expected to hear a briefing from the UN Secretariat and from the Libyan representative on what is going on in Libya before the 15-nation Security Council decides what will be the next decision on the North African country.

The Libyan permanent representative to the United Nations, Mohamed Shalgham, told reporters here Tuesday that he represents Libya and he will speak at the Council meeting. He said that he wants to tell the Security Council that he has been calling on the Tripoli to end the bloodshed.
Shalgham said that his deputy, Ibrahim Dabbashi, does not represent his country.

The 15-member Council met earlier on Tuesday in informal consultations behind closed doors at 9:20 a.m. EST at the request of the Libyan Permanent Mission to the UN.
Germany, a non-permanent member of the Council, actively pushed for the formal meeting and called on the powerful world body to take "swift and clear" action on the Libyan crisis.

On Monday, Dabbashi broke ranks with the country's leader Muammar Gaddafi, calling on the UN Human Rights Council and the International Criminal Court to conduct an investigation reported attacks against anti-government protesters.
Unrest shook Libya in recent days as government crackdowns on protesters have resulted in mass casualties, according to human rights groups.

The UN human rights chief, Navi Pillay, on Tuesday issued a statement calling for an immediate end to "grave human rights violations committed by Libyan authorities and urged an independent international investigation into the violent suppression of protests in the country."
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Oil prices surge to as Libya protests mount

February 22, 2011  
Oil prices soared to the highest level in more than two years as violence spread in Libya and Moammar Gadhafi's grip weakened over the country. Only a small amount of Libya's oil production appeared to have been affected, though analysts fear that revolts will spread to OPEC heavyweights like Iran.

Benchmark West Texas Intermediate for April delivery jumped $4.50, or 5 percent to $94.21 per barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange. The last time oil traded at that level was Oct. 2, 2008. The April contract traded as high as $98.48 per barrel.
Retail gasoline prices in the U.S. held steady overnight at a national average of $3.171 per gallon.

Libya holds the most oil reserves in Africa and is the world's 15th-largest crude exporter at 1.2 million barrels per day, according to the Energy Information Administration. As the Libyan government cracked down on protesters, Western oil companies including Eni and Repsol-YPF temporarily suspended oil production in the country. BP has started evacuating workers.

Any production losses out of Libya could be quickly absorbed by other countries like Saudi Arabia. The official Saudi Press Agency quoted Saudi Arabia's oil minister Ali Naimi as saying that Saudi's production capacity of 12.5 million barrels per day can help "compensate for any shortage in international supplies." Saudi Arabia currently produces around 8 million barrels per day.

The International Energy Agency said in a statement on its website that it stands ready "to make oil available to the market in the event of a major supply disruption." The Wall Street Journal reports that the IEA plans to meet this week to discuss the possible release of strategic stockpiles, if necessary.
The main concern stalking markets is that revolts in the Middle East and North Africa will spread to other members of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries, particularly Iran, the group's second-largest producer.

Energy consultant Jim Ritterbusch said a "fear premium" has propped up oil prices by about $10 per barrel. That means prices could tumble once the region settles down. "But that doesn't look like it's going to happen anytime soon, he said."

Eni is the biggest oil producer in Libya. It produces about 244,000 barrels of oil and gas per day, or about one-quarter of Libya's total output. Spain's Repsol-YPF, which also suspended production Tuesday, produces about 34,777 barrels a day.
BP evacuated 70 people from Libya, including 40 workers and their families. BP isn't producing oil in Libya, but it has been working on an exploration project. BP has 140 employees at its Libyan operation.

Other oil companies, including Royal Dutch Shell PLC and Germany's Wintershall, also started pulling out employees. Meanwhile, key Libyan officials resigned and air force pilots defected amid a bloody crackdown on the protests.

In Iran, government opposition groups this week held their largest protests in more than a year, resulting in two deaths, though the demonstrations have failed to gain the momentum seen in North Africa.
Two Iranian naval vessels entered the Suez Canal on Tuesday en route to a training mission in Syria, officials said, the first time that Tehran has sent military ships through the strategic waterway since the 1979 Islamic Revolution.

Brent crude, which is delivered around the world and is considered a better reflection of global demand than WTI, added 44 cents at $106.18 per barrel on the ICE Futures Exchange. Brent is considered to be more sensitive to possible disruptions of Middle East oil supplies, while large U.S. stockpiles of crude are one of the reasons for the lower WTI prices.
Looking ahead, there are also knock-on effects from high oil prices. A jump in energy costs could hurt consumer spending and stymie a fragile recovery in developed countries.

The crisis in the Middle East and North Africa — which has brought down governments in Tunisia and Egypt and sparked protests in Yemen, Bahrain, Iran, Morocco and Jordan — will put added pressure on weaker economies, especially those in Europe, according to Capital Economics.
In the U.S., a run-up in fuel costs could force businesses and consumers to spend less on other things, slowing both the economy and the pace of hiring.

The U.S. economy picked up momentum at the end of 2010 and is probably growing at about a 3.2 percent annual rate or more in the first three months of the year. A $10 increase in the price of oil shaves off roughly 0.4 percentage point from economic growth, according to economist Brian Bethune at IHS Global Insight. The economy could be pushed into a recession if oil prices were to skyrocket to $150 or $160 a barrel, Bethune and other economists say.

In other Nymex trading in March contracts, heating oil rose 8 cents to $2.8026 a gallon and gasoline gained 6 cents to $2.7547 a gallon. Natural gas futures lost 2 cents at $3.856 per 1,000 cubic feet.
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Qaddafi Ordered Lockerbie Bombing

February 23, 2011  

Libya’s ex-justice minister claims the country’s leader, Muammar al-Qaddafi, ordered the Lockerbie bombing that killed 270 people, according to the Swedish tabloid Expressen.
Mustafa Abdel-Jalil was quoted Wednesday telling an Expressen correspondent in Libya that he has “proof that Qaddafi gave the order about Lockerbie."
Abdel-Jalil, who stepped down as justice minister to protest violence against anti-government demonstrations, did not describe the proof.

He told Expressen that Qaddafi gave the order to Abdel Baset al-Megrahi, the only man convicted in the bombing of Pan Am Flight 103 on December 21, 1988. The airliner exploded over Scotland and all 259 people aboard and 11 on the ground died when it crashed into the town of Lockerbie. Most of the victims were Americans.

"To hide it, he [Qaddafi] did everything in his power to get al-Megrahi back from Scotland," Abdel-Jalil was quoted as saying.
Megrahi was convicted in 2001 and sentenced to life in prison, but was granted a compassionate release from a Scottish prison in August 2009 on the grounds that he was suffering from prostate cancer and would die soon. He is still alive.

Al-Megrahi spent roughly 11 days behind bars for each victim in the bombing. Upon al-Megrahi's release in 2009, President Barack Obama said the decision to free the terminally ill bomber on compassionate grounds was a mistake.
U.S. Sen. Robert Menendez, D-N.J., said the new report, if correct, confirms that Qaddafi "is a terrorist - plain and simple."

"His personal involvement in the Pan Am bombing would not be a surprise, but rather confirms his defective character. It explains his personal advocacy for the release of convicted bomber Abdul Baset Ali Mohmed al-Megrahi - to ensure that he would not confess Qaddafi's role in the bombing."

Expressen spokeswoman Alexandra Forslund said its reporter, Kassem Hamade, interviewed the ex-justice minister at "a local parliament in a large city in Libya." She didn't want to name the city, citing security concerns.

A U.S. chartered ship that is tasked to evacuate U.S. citizens out of Libya will stay in port in Tripoli all night because of bad weather, diplomatic sources say.
The ship is expected to leave at some point Thursday morning and everyone is on board

Mass evacuations underway in Libya
Thousands of foreign nationals are being evacuated from Libya as the situation becomes increasingly chaotic and the government loses the east of the country.
After the defection of two jet fighter pilots to Malta, more military units in northeastern Libya signaled their support for the protesters

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February 24, 2011  
 That sounds like the biblical antichrist - world dictator - Christianity looks to come.
Islam is looking for their Mahdi, 12th Imam.  These 2 match prophecy.  Interesting.
Will the antichrist be a Muslim?

Obama breaks silence, condemns Libya crackdown
Barack Hussein Obama condemned the outrageous crackdown on protesters by Libyan forces.
'It is imperative that the nations and peoples of the world speak with one voice.
The suffering and bloodshed is outrageous and it is unacceptable.'
He did not directly criticize Gaddafi or back sanctions against the oil-producing nation.

The U.S. chartered ferry to evacuate several thousand Americans to Malta.
Most hold dual citizenship.
High seas were delaying the ferry's departure.

The Gaddafi disgrace
Op-ed: World stood silent for years as Libya’s brutal dictator played key role in global forums
Muammar Gaddafi has become the symbol of the hypocrisy of the world. Today the world is shocked by the activities of this brutal man, as he lashes out with force against his own people. In the midst of a bloody and violent week in Libya, in which hundreds of citizens have been killed, thousands injured and missing, in which the air force has bombed protesting civilians, and hospitals have been instructed not to treat the injured – the world has finally woken up to the true face of Muammar Gaddafi.

NATO may attack Libya if violence continues
European official said NATO, USA warplanes stationed in Italy may be ordered to take down Libyan planes.  Washington fears Gaddafi may use mustard gas against protestors

Qaddafi Loses Grip on Libya as Revolt Spreads

Ferry carrying Americans can't leave Libya, heavy seas - http://www.foxnews.com/world/2011...ships-carry-3000-turks-home-libya

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US military advisers in Cyrenaica, Qaddafi loses his air force

February 25, 2011    

Hundreds of US, British and French military advisers have arrived in Cyrenaica, Libya eastern breakaway province.
Jasmine Revolution in early January.  The advisers, including intelligence officers, were dropped from warships and missile boats at the
coastal towns of Benghazi and Tobruk Thursday Feb. 24, for a threefold mission:

1. To help the revolutionary committees controlling eastern Libyan establish government frameworks for supplying two million inhabitants with basic services and commodities;
2. To organize them into paramilitary units, teach them how to use the weapons they captured from Libyan army facilities, help them restore law and order on the streets and
train them to fight Muammar Qaddafi's combat units coming to retake Cyrenaica.
3. The prepare infrastructure for the intake of additional foreign troops. Egyptian units are among those under consideration.

Qaddafi was shaken up badly Friday when many of his air force commanders decided to no longer obey his orders or those of his commanders.
This loss deprived him of a key pillar sustaining his fight for survival.

NATO Council and the UN Security Council meet in separate emergency sessions to consider ways to halt the bloodletting in Libya and punish its ruler Qaddafi for his violent crackdown of protesters.
Thursday night, Brent crude went for $117 the barrel in London and $103 in New York.

Barack Obama has called the leaders of the UK, France and Italy as international efforts to respond to the crisis in Libya gather pace.
Obama outlined a range of possible measures, including plans for humanitarian assistance.

Earlier, the White House said all options were on the table, including sanctions. It said the military would present its own proposals to Obama.
Ships and military aircraft have been sent to evacuate thousands of foreign nationals trying to flee the turmoil.

On Thursday, Obama telephoned French President Nicolas Sarkozy of France, UK Prime Minister David Cameron and Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi to co-ordinate a response to the Libya crisis.
Obama expressed concern with the Libyan government's use of violence which violates international norms and every standard of human decency.
"The leaders discussed the range of options... to hold the Libyan government accountable for its actions, as well as planning for humanitarian assistance."

Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi meanwhile blamed the uprising on al-Qaeda.
Speaking on state television, he repeated claims that hallucinogenic drugs had been given to young people to incite them to revolt.
Opposition supporters in Tripoli have said they are planning to protest in Green Square after Friday noon prayers.  Muslims pray to satan - obviously.

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