Daily Archives: August 30, 2011

The leading role rebel Islamic extremists have played throughout the Libyan conflict

One terror leader in particular, Abdelhakim Belhaj, made headlines around the world over the weekend after it emerged that he was appointed the chief of Tripoli’s rebel Military Council. Prior to leading rebel forces against Gaddafi’s regime, Belhaj was the … Continue reading

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Lizzie Phelan Latest

In the last few hours Lizzie Phelan has contacted Global Civilians for Peace to announce she is now safely back in the UK but is heartbroken to have left Libya under the circumstances.  She said a Western-backed genocide is taking … Continue reading

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Impending massacre in Sirte

In a chilling interview, British Foreign Secretary William Hague threatens to ‘attack’ the people of Sirte who oppose NATO’s ambitions for Libya. Where are the calls for a no-fly zone? Read More http://www.mathaba.net/news/?x=628388 …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………. Sirte 21/07/2011

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Rare mainstream airing of voices opposed to NATO/rebel forces

Captured Soldier: “I myself would die a thousand times for Qaddafi, even now,” said Mr. Mohamed, a 20-year-old soldier, lying in a hospital as a prisoner of the rebels who ousted the Libyan leader. “I love him because he gave … Continue reading

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Where is the so called International Criminal Court?

Patrick Cockburn Speaking in quick nervous sentences, Mr Bahr tries to convince a suspicious local militia leader in charge of the police station in the Faraj district of Tripoli, that he is a building worker who has been arrested simply … Continue reading

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Before and after the rebels “liberated” Tripoli

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