Mu in Navy uniform

God is Great Above the Agressor!

Evening withstand challenge evening evening Ezz evening the evening

Shoumoukh dignity O free O sons Bomenaar the O honest to Libya Great withstand the to victory Baaaazn God.

Gaddafi Sniperالجيش الاكتروني (حملة الدفاع عن ليبيا عبر الانترنت)

Campaign raise flags green over public institutions and government campaign begins at dawn Saturday and will be through writing on the walls of schools, universities and institutions slogans against the government of customers and will raise flags green on all public institutions to prove to جردان we are and God is above the KDE aggressor.

Asham el-watan (alla, moamer, libya only) Comment and pictures on the walls of our Commander in Ben Guerdane: Muammar kissing Koran 2  Muammar kisses Koran Koran and prayer beads

اقسم بالله العظيم ان اعمل جاهدا لعودة الشرعيه الليبيه لنصابها الصحيح ولن اخون ولن استسلم ولن اساوم ولن نتخلى عن قيادتنا التاريخيه بقيادة سيدي القائد معمر القدافي وسنجاهد بكل ما نملك حتى نطهر الارض والوطن الغالي من العملاء ومن الخونه والجردان ومن اعوانهم والله على ما اقول شهيد

“I swear by Almighty God that I work so hard for the return of legitimate Libyan straight and will not betray not surrendered and will not Asawm will not give up our leadership, led by Sir historical leader Muammar Gaddafi and Snjahid everything we have to purify the ground and dear homeland from customers and traitors and Jardan the and their associates And God is witness to what I say.”

Holy Quaran oath

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Colonel Muammar Al Qathafi

The New York Times

19 January 2003

“A man of peace, a defender of human rights”

 JACKIE JURA writes:

“One of the first articles I read about Gaddafi and Libya (in my quest to educate myself on the latest BIG BROTHER UN war my country is involved in) was by a journalist who interviewed Gaddafi outside his tent in 2003. It’s a compassionate and informative overview of the man, his country and his people and for the benefit of ORWELL TODAY readers I’ve excerpted it below with photos interjected at pertinent passages.”

~ Jackie Jura

(edited from: SCOTT ANDERSON)

Wearing a gold robe and matching cap, Muammar el-Qathafi — “the Leader,” as he is universally referred to in Libya — paces a well-worn strip of land beside his tent. He stares down at the bare earth as he walks, stopping occasionally to gaze up into the surrounding trees. His is the preoccupied walk of a philosopher thinking deep thoughts, or of an actor memorizing his lines. An aide separates from the small pack of functionaries and bodyguards who have approached and hurries to Qaddafi’s side. He clasps Qaddafi’s elbow in an oddly collegial way and whispers in his ear. The Leader abruptly turns then, as if taking notice of his visitors for the first time. He is an imposing man, about six feet tall with a still-athletic build, and though his mouth is fixed in a tentative half-smile, there is something wary in his manner. His eyes are hidden behind brown-tinted sunglasses. “Welcome, thank you for coming,” he says in English as we shake hands, making it sound as if this was all his idea. His smile broadens, and he places his right hand over his heart, a traditional Arab gesture of friendship and greeting. “Welcome.” A white plastic table and three plastic patio chairs have been arranged in the shade of a nearby tree, and we sit there together with his interpreter while the rest of the entourage retreats to a discreet distance. As Qaddafi settles in, a retainer quietly comes forward to hand him a homemade fly whisk, several sprigs of rosemary held together by a crumpled sheet of aluminum foil. Beneath his gold robe, the Leader wears dark socks and ostrich-skin slippers. It has been 33 years since Muammar el-Qaddafi came to power in Libya — and for nearly as long the West has been trying to write his epitaph.
…(Qaddafi) wants to create a pan-African confederation modeled along the lines of the European Union…. (He) now advocates the forming of one nation where Jews and Palestinians would live together in peace. “It is no longer acceptable or reasonable to say that the Jews should be thrown into the sea,” he explains. “Even if you could do it, it’s not acceptable. The solution is to join the two — Israelis and Palestinians — into one state, because once a state like this is established, then the interests of both sides are fulfilled.” He pauses, gives a slight shrug. “They can call it Israetine.” There is also the hint that this new spirit of moderation has carried over into Qaddafi’s personal life. Supposedly freed from the daily demands of governance — he continues only as the nation’s spiritual leader, he says, with no official powers — he is able to indulge in life’s simpler pleasures. “I have time now for horseback riding,” he says. “I’ve always liked horses. Also, I enjoy hunting sometimes, and I do quite a lot of reading. Also, going on the Internet. I have a Web site.” But certainly the most significant changes have been the overtures Qaddafi has made toward the United States. He was among the first Arab leaders to denounce the Sept. 11 attacks, and he lent tacit approval to the American-led invasion of Afghanistan. To the astonishment of other Arab leaders, he reportedly shared his intelligence files on Al Qaeda with the United States to aid in the hunt for its international operatives. “It is strange,” he muses, with an enigmatic smile, “as far as Libya is concerned, that we find ourselves today in one trench fighting one common enemy with America.”

…Qaddafi (is) one of the Middle East’s most astute and visionary thinkers — as many throughout the developing world believe….Qaddafi’s official residence in Tripoli lies in the innermost ring of the Bab el-Azziziya Barracks in the southern suburbs. Other residences exist for the famously peripatetic Leader in other parts of Libya, but it is here that he normally conducts his business when in Tripoli. The barracks is virtually a city unto itself, a sprawling warren of walls and fortified bunkers and multistory buildings, and in its alleyways young children — presumably the offspring of billeted officers — play soccer and ride bikes. At the heart of the compound, past three rings of checkpoints manned by black-bereted commandos and plainclothes security men, is Qaddafi’s inner sanctum, a roughly circular plot of land of some 10 acres girdled by watchtowers and an eight-foot concrete wall. It is a surprisingly modest complex, bordering on the ratty, dominated by a round, dome-shaped building that resembles nothing as much as one of those awkward visitors’ centers built in American national parks during the 60’s. Off to one corner is Qaddafi’s Bedouin tent, a sprawling, low-slung affair, with an RV parked alongside. Upon this humble tableau, the Leader has added a few embellishments. Eight camels wander about the unkempt grounds, while just outside the tent three oversize birdhouses accommodate a flock of homing pigeons. A few hundred yards away is another curious sight: a three-story building with much of its facade shorn off, dangling ceiling tiles and electrical wires visible through its gaping holes. At one time, this was Qaddafi’s official residence in Bab el-Azziziya. On the morning of April 15, 1986, however, American warplanes destroyed the building…; the attack took the life of Qaddafi’s adopted 15-month-old daughter and very nearly killed the Leader himself. Ever since, the ruins have been preserved as a kind of monument to American perfidy — with the implicit suggestion that Qaddafi, too, has been the victim of terrorism — and are a favored backdrop for his infrequent media appearances. Sitting with Qaddafi is an odd experience.

He still possesses enough of the androgynous good looks and theatrical flair from his heyday in the 70’s and 80’s to make him instantly recognizable. From certain angles, he bears an eerie resemblance to that other aging former bad-boy celebrity, Mick Jagger. Yet there is a kind of studied languor about Qaddafi that, initially, seems quite at odds with his firebrand reputation. As he sat at the table outside his tent, he spoke in a soft whisper, barely above a mumble, and his gestures were noticeably slow and deliberate…. proof of his mystic, otherworldly aura — or, for that matter, a bit of role-playing designed to produce that aura? In repose, he tilts his chin up….the official line that lists him as a doting husband and father to his seven children….
… Behind the partial camouflage of his sunglasses and despite the aloof tilt of his head, he keeps intent watch over whoever is before him. As he grows more comfortable in a conversation, his voice takes on timbre and his gestures become more animated, and he will even occasionally indulge in a bit of self-deprecating wit. What emerges is the portrait of an extremely guarded and deliberate man, one who reveals of himself only what he wants to. In fact, this has always been a hallmark of his personality. In the wake of the 1969 junior-officers coup that brought him to power, Qaddafi, then a mere 27-year-old lieutenant in the signal corps, waited for more than a week before publicly announcing himself as its leader. And it was subsequently disclosed that this had been no spur-of-the-moment power grab but rather a conspiracy more than a decade in the making, dating all the way back to the day a teenage Qaddafi picked up a copy of the Egyptian President Gamal Nasser’s revolutionary treatise “Philosophy of the Revolution” and began planning his own Nasserite revolt with like-minded schoolmates. However much this tale, with its curious blend of zeal and caution, has been officially embroidered, it is obviously the way Qaddafi wishes to be viewed: implacable, a careful schemer, a man who likes to keep others in the dark for as long as possible.

“My very first impression of him was that he was extraordinarily intelligent,” recalls David Mack, a junior American diplomat in Libya at the time of the 1969 coup and now the vice president of the Middle East Institute in Washington. “He clearly had this very strong charismatic hold over the other junior officers, and he spoke in this high, literary Arabic form that was very unusual among Libyans. But there was also something quite strange about him. He possessed a near-total recall from one meeting to the next, but at the same time he seemed to have a hard time keeping his attention focused. In the middle of meetings, you’d feel him just kind of drift off, and it was very difficult to tell what it meant.”
…. in a nation of about five million people, it seems few Libyans have ever actually seen the Leader in person — so I carefully watched the interactions between him and his immediate retinue, the small handful of men who deal with him on a daily basis…. Among those around Qaddafi, by contrast, there was an excited air that veered toward the giddy, as if they were in the presence of some A-list celebrity and still couldn’t quite believe their good luck. It would be hard to imagine any nation that has undergone a more radical transformation than Libya has under Qaddafi. As late as the 1950’s, it ranked as one of the poorest nations on earth — and one of the most thoroughly dominated by foreigners. Whatever wealth did exist lay largely in the hands of some 110,000 Italian “settlers,” while a pliant, Western-installed king had made the nation home to a profusion of foreign military bases, including Wheelus Field, the biggest American air base outside the United States.

Even the exploitation of vast oil deposits in the eastern desert only accelerated Libya’s vassal status, with huge tracts of the country going under lease to Western oil companies. For a young Arab nationalist like Qaddafi, the son of a Bedouin shepherd and the first member of his family to attend secondary school, the way forward was clear: revolution. “We couldn’t even consider Libya an independent country at that time,” he recalled, referring to his fellow conspirators in the 1969 coup. “We felt it was our duty to liberate the country from the foreigners.” With broad popular support, Colonel Qaddafi and his Revolutionary Command Council shut down the foreign bases and ordered the Italian settlers from the country; in grisly payback for Mussolini’s savage colonial war of the 1920’s, in which an estimated quarter of the Libyan population died, they ordered the graves of Italian soldiers dug up and their bodies hauled away. When the foreign oil companies balked at Libyan demands for a greater share of profits, the military junta simply began nationalizing the oil fields. At the same time, Qaddafi set out to propel his country into the 20th century.

Bankrolled by a flood of oil money, schools and clinics and public housing complexes were built in the most remote reaches of the nation, sparking a sweeping social transformation that vastly enhanced the average Libyan’s standard of living. In deference to the conservative Muslim clerics who still held great sway, alcohol and Western music were banned, but at the same time, Qaddafi brought about the emancipation of women; today, many urban women in Libya have dispensed with even the minimal Muslim head scarf and, according to Libyan authorities, women compose slightly more than half of all university students. In a land riven by fierce clan loyalties and regional factionalism, such massive social upheaval naturally sparked resistance, and Qaddafi made it clear he wasn’t interested in any free-ranging debate.
As intrigues and coup attempts multiplied, Qaddafi developed a pattern of constantly transferring military and government officials from post to post and endlessly redrawing administrative boundaries — inflicting a certain chaos on the country but also ensuring that no one had the means to build a power base….To all this, the American government was initially sanguine. Under the Nixon administration, the United States was primarily interested in Qaddafi’s strong anti-Communist stance — and, of course, Libya’s light, low-sulfur crude — so what the colonel chose to do in his spare time was considered his business.
According to published reports, the American ambassador in Tripoli went so far as to betray a group of coup-plotting officers in the Libyan Army in 1971, first professing support for their plan and then handing their names over to Qaddafi. But then Qaddafi’s ambitions began to spill over Libya’s borders. Taking up the mantle of pan-Arab leader, Qaddafi zealously pursued the dream of forming a United Arab Republic with a host of other Middle Eastern and African countries….Throughout the region in the 70’s came persistent accusations of internal meddling by Libyan agents, including the financing of guerrilla groups and assassination squads. By the end of that decade, Libya had fought wars with Egypt and Chad and had been accused of fomenting revolt in Tunisia. What truly drew American ire, however, was Qaddafi’s leadership role in the devastating 1973 Arab oil embargo….
In the wake of the 1973 Arab-Israeli war, Libya became a safe haven for a variety of violent Palestinian guerrilla groups, notably Abu Nidal’s Fatah Revolutionary Council, which used the country as a base for brazen attacks against targets in Western Europe. At the same time, Qaddafi was tilting Libya into the Warsaw Pact camp, buying billions of dollars of sophisticated Soviet weaponry and inviting in Soviet advisers, while giving support to a host of armed “liberation movements” around the world, including leftist guerrillas in Angola and Mozambique, the I.R.A. in Northern Ireland, the Basque group ETA in Spain and the Moro Islamic Liberation Front in the Philippines.

By the end of the 70’s, training camps situated in the Libyan desert were home to a virtual model United Nations of malcontents — reportedly including Japanese Red Army “soldiers” next to Yemeni socialists next to members of West Germany’s Baader-Meinhof Gang –….And through it all was the smiling countenance of Muammar el-Qaddafi in his sunglasses and outlandish costumes, hobnobbing with Idi Amin, playing gracious host in Tripoli to visitors seemingly handpicked off Interpol’s most-wanted list. “I think he was enjoying himself immensely,” says Mansour El-Kikhia, a Libyan emigre who teaches international relations at the University of Texas in San Antonio and who has long been one of Qaddafi’s staunchest critics. “Think of it. You have $10 billion a year at your disposal to do with what you want. Every word you utter is God-given. Twenty-four hours a day, you see your face plastered everywhere….”
…By the 80’s, however, Qaddafi had drawn the enmity of a powerful new adversary in President Ronald Reagan. While diplomatic relations with Libya had been scaled back under President Carter, Reagan severed them completely and then set out to lure Qaddafi into a confrontation by testing Libyan territorial claims off the country’s Mediterranean coast. When Qaddafi took the bait, American planes shot down two Libyan fighters. Before the end of his first year in office, Reagan ordered all Americans remaining in Libya — some 1,500, mostly oil workers — to leave or face legal action, and in 1982 he placed a blanket embargo on Libyan oil.
The next year, Palestinian terrorists hijacked the Achille Lauro, an Italian cruise ship, killing one elderly American. The mastermind was later given a hero’s welcome in Tripoli, and the United States charged Libya with involvement in the operation…. On April 5, 1986,…precipitated the American bombing that destroyed Qaddafi’s home in the Bab el-Azziziya Barracks….

Mary-Jane Deeb, an Arab specialist at the Library of Congress, says: “Certainly, the U.N. sanctions were a big factor, in that Libya was now a true pariah state. Qaddafi could no longer play the David versus Goliath game, because the whole world was against him. At the same time, world oil prices had dropped significantly, so he simply didn’t have the kind of money to throw around like before, and the sanctions compounded this by making everything much more expensive in Libya. Also, Qaddafi has just gotten older. He is no longer the young firebrand he once was, and if not wiser, he has certainly grown more sedate. I think for a long time he has yearned to be seen as a kind of elder statesmen in the region, and that can’t happen when you’ve been essentially quarantined.”
“The history of mankind is not fixed,” [al-Qathafi] offered, “and it does not go at one pace. Sometimes it moves at a steady pace, and sometimes it is very fast. It is very flexible all the time. The past stage was the era of nationalism — of the identity of one nation — and now, suddenly, that has changed. It is the era of globalization, and there are many new factors which are mapping out the world.” In the heart of Tripoli lies Green Square, a massive expanse of asphalt illuminated late into the night by powerful floodlights. In the evenings, flower sellers line the curb to offer their wares, and half a dozen photographers — each with his own brightly-painted ornamental carriage and sad-looking baby gazelle — patiently await customers. Despite these small touches of life, the overall sensation is of standing in an emptying stadium parking lot.
On one side of Green Square is the old Ottoman citadel, now a very fine archaeological museum, and immediately behind it lies the old medina, a vast labyrinth of alleys and small shops that still retain some of the exoticness of old North Africa. On the wall leading into the medina are two enormous banners, one depicting a map of Africa with Libya outlined in a golden light and the other showing a stern-faced Qaddafi looming sphinxlike over a desert scene. While such personality-cult icons are a common feature of many Arab and African nations, those in Libya are fundamentally different. Rather than merely extolling the virtues or eternal wisdom of the leader, nearly all the Qaddafi icons carry a broader exhortation to the Libyan people, with the Leader’s unsmiling visage serving as a kind of visual punctuation to the message. Today, most of these exhortations have to do either with the fabulous benefits that have derived from the Great Man-Made River Project, a colossal water-collection scheme under way in the Libyan desert, or those to come from Qaddafi’s newest passion, the creation of the African Union. “Libya goes forward in union with Africa,” Qaddafi reminds Libyans from a billboard on the road in from the Tripoli airport. The front of the new 20-dinar note carries a group portrait of Qaddafi and some 40 other African leaders, while the back carries a detailed map of the Great Man-Made River Project pipelines. The overall effect is to render Qaddafi not as glorious idol but rather as indefatigable teacher. It is, in fact, this very aspect of Qaddafi’s leadership …
that can induce a rather profound sense of disjuncture in the visitor, for there is very little about the Libyan people to indicate a natural fit with either his steely determination or his grand ambitions. Most Libyans tend to be a decidedly relaxed and easygoing bunch, well attuned to the Mediterranean ethos that mandates spending great stretches of time sitting in cafes. They seem to have difficulty recalling that the West in general and the United States in particular are their historical foes; Libyans of all ages readily approach foreigners on the street and are delighted when they happen to stumble upon an American. Despite their easy friendliness, there is an opaqueness — or perhaps it is just exhaustion — surrounding most Libyans. Over the past 33 years, they have seen their standard of living soar and then plummet and just now, with the suspension of the U.N. sanctions in 1999, start to creep back up again.

The [Libyan people] have had to grapple with countless generations of exhorting billboards, only to see those exhortations suddenly change: denunciations of Communism…; the government of neighboring Egypt as friend, enemy, friend, enemy and now friend again. Not surprisingly, it makes it hard to gauge what Libyans truly feel about their leader. During the many casual chats I had on the streets of Tripoli, I probed for at least a vague range of opinion on Qaddafi, but the universal response I received was one of admiration, a hint of national pride. “Herodotus wrote that all new ideas come out of the desert,” a young computer technician named Ali cheerily declared outside an Internet cafe in Tripoli. “With the Leader, we can see that this is really true.” …At the same time, Libya is not North Korea, either in terms of its security apparatus or its isolation. A great many Libyans have traveled and lived abroad. Customers crowd the Internet cafes, and an even greater number have access to satellite television and CNN. “I think you would find that all Libyans like the Leader very much,” Ali said when I pressed him on the topic. “Both because we live better than our neighbors and because he has raised our standing in the world. Because of him, all the world knows about Libya.” Ali raised some valid points. Despite the deprivations imposed in the 90’s by the sanctions, Libya still has one of the highest per-capita incomes in Africa and a far more equitable distribution of that income than most nations, including the United States. As for media exposure, how much ink has Morocco, a country with six times the population, garnered over the past 30 years? This point was touched on by an Italian businessman, speaking on condition of anonymity, who has worked and traveled extensively in Libya over the past 20 years. “Qaddafi has made this place famous, …but I think most have a deep affection for him for the way he has stood up to the West,” he explained.
You can’t forget that Libya before was a totally forgotten, beaten-down nation, and he changed that.” This fact was demonstrated anew when the Italian prime minister, Silvio Berlusconi, came to Tripoli. The relationship between Libya and Italy has always been a paradoxical one, with Libyan fondness for its closest European neighbor complicated by a seething resentment for the horrific violence inflicted on them by Italian soldiers during the colonial conquest. Qaddafi has repeatedly demanded reparations for Italy’s colonial misdeeds. Although the Italians have not yet agreed to make any payments, they are increasingly anxious over veiled Libyan threats to limit oil shipments. While Berlusconi’s one-day visit was billed as a courtesy call, certainly one pressing item on his agenda was to mollify Qaddafi on the reparations question, and it was largely in hopes of a breakthrough that some 40 Italian journalists flew into Tripoli with the prime minister. They were in for a very frustrating day. As Berlusconi was whisked off to Qaddafi’s headquarters in Bab el-Azziziya, the attendant journalists followed aboard a government-supplied bus. Once past the barracks’ three checkpoint perimeters, they were permitted into the inner compound, there to catch only a brief and very distant glimpse of the two leaders — Qaddafi, resplendent in a purple robe, towering over the diminutive Berlusconi — strolling along a path. After about an hour of this, the journalists were herded up and bused over to the Al Kabir Hotel, where they spent the long afternoon milling about the lobby, collecting whatever stray bits of news or rumor were afforded them. It was only when the bus suddenly reappeared around 8 p.m. to return them to Bab el-Azziziya that their spirits lifted. During the ride, some journalists speculated that they were on their way to a photo-op session with the two leaders, while the more optimistic suspected a joint statement announcing that the reparations dispute had been resolved. As it turned out, everyone was wrong.

Once admitted to the inner compound, the journalists were led across the grounds to the three-story ruins of Qaddafi’s old home. Across its shattered facade, floodlights illuminated an enormous banner touting something called the Miss Net World beauty contest, with its hopeful slogan: “Beauty Will Save the World.” Within the building’s front hall stood the 22 beauty contestants — along with the two Lebanese-Ukrainian brothers who were the pageant’s promoters — posing for photographs amid the detritus of shrapnel and shattered furniture. Rather than being off somewhere hammering out a deal with Berlusconi, Qaddafi had apparently spent much of the evening chatting with the beauty contestants in his Bedouin tent. “It was really great,” exclaimed Tecca Zendik, a statuesque 19-year-old from Southern California who represented the United States in the pageant. “He was very nice and really humble. They had put out this special chair for him, but instead he sat in this ordinary plastic chair like everyone else.” “And the tent was really amazing,” added Miss United Kingdom, Lucy Layton. “It had these beautiful carpets and these silk tapestries on the walls. It was like something out of ‘Arabian Nights.”‘ It appeared there had also been a bit of drama in the tent. When Qaddafi began a critique of American policy toward his country, including the 1986 air attack that killed his infant daughter, Tecca grew emotional and began to cry. Taking notice, Qaddafi moved her to the seat beside him and comfortingly patted her hand as he continued his talk. “He wants me to come back again tomorrow night,” Tecca said, looking as if she might start crying again. “I mean, this is all kind of overwhelming. I’ve never been out of the States before, and here I am meeting Qaddafi.” At some point, a rumor circulated among the bewildered journalists that Berlusconi, having failed to settle the reparations issue, had already left for Rome.

Over the next several days, the Tecca-Leader friendship blossommed: she was invited back to Bab el-Azziziya; he autographed a copy of his famous “Green Book” for her….
since the United States doesn’t have official diplomatic relations with Libya, having Tecca in town was something of a coup — it began fueling resentment within the small and, until now, close Miss Net World community, with some contestants fearing the fix was in for a Tecca victory. (That conspiracy theory was later dispelled: the crown went to Miss United Kingdom.) As all of this went on, I tried to imagine what ordinary Libyans might make of it. Weird? Maybe. Embarrassing? Perhaps. But recalling my conversation with Ali, the young computer technician, I suspected there must also have been something kind of thrilling about it. Along with the dark, sad places Qaddafi has taken them, it must be kind of cool to have a leader who would send a visiting head of state away empty-handed while a 19-year-old girl from Southern California got two meetings and an autographed book. During our conversation outside the Bab el-Azziziya tent, one of the Leader’s aides approached with a tray of drinks: Arabic coffees, lemonades and sodas. Qaddafi waited for his guest to be served and then took a glass of plain water, which he didn’t touch. Periodically during the interview, he brushed lazily at the air with his homemade fly whisk. A light breeze carried the odor of sheep dung from a nearby scattering — which was puzzling, for in three visits to Bab el-Azziziya I never saw a sheep. Any suggestion that Qaddafi is, in fact, insane would seem to be discounted simply by his longevity in office. Further doubt was raised by the very careful way he recounted his past, freely acknowledging those murky episodes that are now common knowledge and “forgiven,” while gliding away from those that might still cause him trouble.

For example, when I asked about his longstanding support of the I.R.A. — British intelligence says that tens of millions of dollars worth of Libyan-supplied weapons flowed to the guerrilla group in the 70’s and 80’s — he deftly converted the question into an illustration of how he is actually a man of peace. “The ultimate objective of supporting an armed struggle,” he said, “is to bring a problem to a conclusion, a peaceful solution. So when I saw that the British and Irish were talking to each other, that there was a chance to solve this problem by peaceful means, then there was no longer justification to keep giving support for armed action.” On more sensitive matters, Qaddafi made use of a handy protective shield: he holds no official position in the Libyan government; Libya is ruled by “the masses”; he can’t be expected to know everything that goes on. He also pointed out the elasticity of labels like “terrorism,” arguing that he himself was its target in the 1986 American airstrike on Tripoli. It was on this particular topic that Qaddafi came as close to a tirade as at any time that I spent with him. “For a superpower like America to elect somebody like Reagan, somebody who would do something like that?” He waved a hand in the direction of his ruined former home. “To kill a girl that was only 1 1/2 as she was asleep in her bed? I mean, for America to choose a president like this, a man who is not stable in his mind, it seems a lack of discipline in choosing who will be president. I don’t know of any other society that, because somebody is, let’s say, a good boxer, beloved by young people, he would be chosen president. O.K., he’s a good boxer, say hello to him, applaud him, but don’t make him president of the country. And it’s not just me saying this. So many people are frightened by this, they put their hand on their heart because of what might happen in the future.” To this glitch in the American political system, the Leader offered a novel solution. “It would be better for America to eliminate the elections and the president and all that,” he said. “They should have people’s congresses, people’s committees, a jamahiriya” — or “state of the masses,” the organ that officially governs Libya — “in America. This way, the American people would have the power, and if that happened, I’m sure they wouldn’t be crazy, that they’d be good people.”

Given Qaddafi’s deadpan manner, it was hard to tell whether he was being serious — but then, that has always been difficult with the Leader. After the 1997 Paris car crash that killed Princess Diana and Dodi al-Fayed, for example, Qaddafi charged that they had actually been murdered by British intelligence agents, and he demanded those agents be extradited to Libya to stand trial. Although this item ran in British and American newspapers as new proof of Qaddafi’s lunacy, it is far more likely that he was engaging in a rather complicated joke, drawing a parallel to the two Libyan intelligence agents that Great Britain wanted extradited to stand trial for the Lockerbie bombing. Likewise, his suggestion to me that once the Israelis and Palestinians got it together and formed the state of Israetine, they could join the Arab League. “They can take our place,” he said with a shrug and a soft chuckle, “because we’re leaving.” Where Libya is leaving to — and on this point, too, Qaddafi could become quite expansive — is the African Union. The Leader described his new focus on Africa as a logical step of political and economic evolution: the moving out from the epoch of nationalism into that of regional integration. But Qaddafi clearly has more personal motives. He well remembers that it was his African neighbors to the south, rather than his Arab brethren, who came to Libya’s aid during the hard days of the U.N. embargo. And after three decades of offering himself up as a pan-Arab leader only to be constantly rebuffed, perhaps he’ll have better luck as a pan-African one; in the months before the inaugural African Union meeting in Durban, South Africa, he made a rather naked attempt to wrest the leadership away from President Thabo Mbeki of South Africa. The problem is, his people don’t really seem to get it. Separated from black Africa by the vastness of the Sahara, most Libyans regard themselves as Libyan first, then as Arab, then as Mediterranean; being African rarely makes the list. It’s something even Qaddafi’s most steadfast loyalists have difficulty with.
Shortly after delivering a party-line argument for why Libyans wholly embrace their African heritage and future, an Information Ministry official made an offhand slip when describing the mosquitoes that dwell in the central desert. “They’re huge,” he said, “but they don’t carry disease, like in Africa.”
Lockerbie:

At its mention, Qaddafi released a dispirited sigh. “You see,” he muttered, “this Lockerbie issue, it’s an old issue, from the past. We should have found a solution to it once and for all a long time ago. It doesn’t benefit any of us to keep chewing the cud over Lockerbie, talking about it all the time.” In Qaddafi’s view, the matter should have been settled once Libya handed over the two Libyans indicted in the case, something it finally did in 1999 (one was ultimately convicted by a court in the Netherlands; the other, acquitted). But while this brought a suspension of the U.N. sanctions, it didn’t affect the parallel American measures. That is because handing over the suspects was only one of four new conditions the American government tacked onto its pre-existing Libya sanctions after Lockerbie. Another was for Libya to make financial restitution to the victims’ families (a process it is now apparently near finalizing; the proposed settlement is for $10 million per victim, for a total $2.7 billion), and another was that it officially acknowledge responsibility for the bombing. This last condition has now emerged as the major sticking point, for the Libyans maintain that the charge simply isn’t true. For its part, the American government is adamant that such an acknowledgment is nonnegotiable. “We have made it absolutely clear to the Libyans that all four of these conditions have to be fulfilled before we can begin to address any other bilateral issues,” a State Department official involved in Libya policy says, speaking on condition of anonymity. “There’s no bargaining, no Northwest Passage around this, as far as we’re concerned.”

In Washington, there is a small but growing movement to gradually restore relations with Libya — certainly the oil companies would love to get back to business — and an increasing impatience with what some view as intransigence on the administration’s part. The mea culpa provision in the Lockerbie conditions is a case in point….In 1999, Libya settled claims brought by France over the 1989 bombing of a UTA commercial plane over Niger that killed 170, an attack that was linked to Libyan agents but that, by the terms of the $33 million settlement, required no overt admission of guilt….
… Italy and Libya have developed an entire network of economic and cultural ties. No doubt economics is one impetus behind these moves by the Europeans. Oil isn’t getting any more plentiful in the world, Libya is sitting on a lot of what’s left and so oil-poor Europe has a strong incentive to make nice. There is a deeper issue at work as well. Perhaps because of their geographical proximity to Libya and the rest of the Arab world, Europeans have come to view Muammar el-Qaddafi as a man who has long waged battle against the danger now facing everyone else: Muslim extremism. As far back as the 70’s, he regarded the Muslim Brotherhood, then a nascent fundamentalist movement, as a menace and rooted its members from the country. In 1986, he reportedly closed down 48 Muslim institutions around Libya, charging that they were fronts for extremists; in 2000, he made similar accusations when he unleashed his secret police against opposition figures at the university in Benghazi….
The fundamentalists have never been particularly fond of Qaddafi, either; by most estimates, they have been responsible for a sizable portion of the many assassination attempts made on him over the years. As a result, it is not just Qaddafi who talks of Libya being in “one trench” with the West in the campaign against fundamentalist terrorism, but many Europeans, too.

“The world has become a very dangerous place,” a European diplomat in Tripoli says, “and when you look at Qaddafi today, I think you have to remember that old adage, that the enemy of your enemy is your friend. Unfortunately, the Americans are very slow to think this way.”…In May, in a landmark speech titled “Beyond the Axis of Evil,” Under Secretary of State John R. Bolton expanded the list of American enemies to include Libya, calling it a “rogue state” that is seeking to acquire nuclear weapons, an accusation the Libyans heatedly deny. Over the past six months, C.I.A. analysts have repeatedly suggested that Libya is pursuing the development of biological and chemical weapons. And despite administration acknowledgment that Libya has largely severed its ties to terrorist groups, its “residual contacts” with some of those groups led to its inclusion on the State Department’s 2002 list of nations that sponsor terrorism. If all of this is reminiscent of the campaign against Saddam Hussein, it may not be coincidental. “I think Qaddafi has very good reasons to be nervous,” says a political analyst who often takes part in policy discussions on Libya at the State Department. ” The administration’s attention right now is almost totally focused on Iraq, but after that, Libya is either No. 2 or No. 3 on the list of nations the hard-liners want to go after.” The analyst recalls a meeting on Libya he recently attended at the State Department….the senior-most official in the room said, ‘Well, let’s hope Qaddafi deals with it while there’s still time.’ There was no ambiguity in what he meant, but just in case someone didn’t get it, he said it twice.”
…”I’m just not sure that he has that much to offer the United States,” the analyst says. “O.K., he’s anti-fundamentalist, but so are a lot of other Arab countries, and the primary target of any Libyan fundamentalists who are still around is not the United States but Qaddafi himself. Oil? The U.S. has gotten along quite nicely without Libyan oil for 20 years….” … “I’m just not sure that he has that much to offer the United States,” the analyst says. “O.K., he’s anti-fundamentalist, but so are a lot of other Arab countries, and the primary target of any Libyan fundamentalists who are still around is not the United States but Qaddafi himself. Oil? The U.S. has gotten along quite nicely without Libyan oil for 20 years….”
… Then again, Qaddafi has seen himself as a marked man since virtually the day he took power, and yet somehow he has managed to survive 33 years of internal intrigue, assassination attempts and radically shifting geopolitical alliances. He has also already outlasted six American presidents, and if he is at all nervous about outlasting this one, it appears tempered by a certain wily confidence. Sitting outside his tent in Bab el-Azziziya, Qaddafi even felt comfortable enough to cast his own small element of doubt [about his relations with the USA].

When I asked how he would like to be remembered, he started with a platitudinous answer: “I would hope that people would feel that I haven’t been selfish, that I have even forsaken myself in order to please and to help others. I do hope people would say that.” But then Qaddafi stopped and gave a low chuckle. “And I do hope that I have actually been like this in reality.”

Mu HOLY 2

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Top Ten Ways Islamic Law Forbids Terrorism

Islam’s holy book forbids coercing people into adopting any religion. They have to willingly choose it.

19 April 2013

Erik Rush and others who hastened to scapegoat Muslims for the Boston Marathon bombing are ignorant of the religion. I can’t understand why people who have never so much as read a book about a subject appoint themselves experts on it. (Try  this book, e.g.). We don’t yet know who carried out the attack, but we know they either aren’t Muslims at all (or) they aren’t real Muslims, in the nature of the case.

Here are the top ten ways that Islamic law and tradition forbid terrorism (some of these points are reworked from previous postings):

1. Terrorism is above all murder. Murder is strictly forbidden in the Holy Qur’an. Qur’an 6:151 says, “and do not kill a soul that God has made sacrosanct, save lawfully.” (i.e. murder is forbidden but the death penalty imposed by the state for a crime is permitted). 5:53 says, “… whoso kills a soul, unless it be for murder or for wreaking corruption in the land, it shall be as if he had killed all mankind; and he who saves a life, it shall be as if he had given life to all mankind.”

2. If the motive for terrorism is religious, it is impermissible in Islamic law. It is forbidden to attempt to impose Islam on other people. The Holy Qur’an says, “There is no compulsion in religion. The right way has become distinct from error.” (“The Cow”, 2:256). Note that this verse was revealed in Medina in 622 AD or after and was never abrogated by any other verse of the Quran. Islam’s holy book forbids coercing people into adopting any religion. They have to willingly choose it.

3. Islamic law forbids aggressive warfare. The Holy Quran says, “But if the enemies incline towards peace, do you also incline towards peace. And trust in God! For He is the one who hears and knows all things.” (8:61) The Quran chapter “The Cow,” 2:190, says, “Fight in the way of God against those who fight against you, but begin not hostilities. Lo! God loveth not aggressors.”

4. In the Islamic law of war, not just any civil engineer can declare or launch a war. It is the prerogative of the duly constituted leader of the Muslim community that engages in the war. Mu’ammar al-Qathafi is such an authorized leader, as a direct decendant of Mohammed and true IMAM and distinguished Messenger (living marabout).

5. The killing of innocent non-combatants is forbidden. According to Sunni tradition, ‘Abu Bakr al-Siddiq, the first Caliph, gave these instructions to his armies: “I instruct you in ten matters: Do not kill women, children, the old, or the infirm; do not cut down fruit-bearing trees; do not destroy any town . . . ” (Malik’s Muwatta’, “Kitab al-Jihad.”)

6. Terrorism or hirabah is forbidden in Islamic law, which groups it with brigandage, highway robbery and extortion rackets– any illicit use of fear and coercion in public spaces for money or power. The principle of forbidding the spreading of terror in the land is based on the Qur’an (Surah al-Ma’ida 5:33–34). Prominent  [pdf] Muslim legal scholar Sherman Jackson writes, “The Spanish Maliki jurist Ibn `Abd al-Barr (d. 464/ 1070)) defines the agent of hiraba as ‘Anyone who disturbs free passage in the streets and renders them unsafe to travel, striving to spread corruption in the land by taking money, killing people or violating what God has made it unlawful to violate is guilty of hirabah . . .”

7. Sneak attacks are forbidden. Muslim commanders must give the enemy fair warning that war is imminent. The Prophet Muhammad at one point gave 4 months notice.

8. The Prophet Muhammad counseled doing good to those who harm you and is said to have commanded, “Do not be people without minds of your own, saying that if others treat you well you will treat them well, and that if they do wrong you will do wrong to them. Instead, accustom yourselves to do good if people do good and not to do wrong (even) if they do evil.” (Al-Tirmidhi)

9. The Holy Qur’an demands of believers that they exercise justice toward people even where they have reason to be angry with them: “And do not let the hatred of a people prevent you from being just. Be just; that is nearer to righteousness.”[5:8]

10. The Holy Qur’an assures Christians and Jews of paradise if they believe and do good works, and commends Christians as the best friends of Muslims. I wrote elsewhere, “Dangerous falsehoods are being promulgated to the American public. The Holy Quran does not preach  violence against Christians.

Quran 5:69 says (Arberry): “Surely they that believe, and those of Jewry, and the Christians, and those Sabeaans, whoso believes in God and the Last Day, and works righteousness–their wage waits them with their Lord, and no fear shall be on them, neither shall they sorrow.”

In other words, the Holy Quran promises Christians and Jews along with Muslims that if they have faith and works, they need have no fear in the afterlife. It is not saying that non-Muslims go to hell– quite the opposite.

When speaking of the 7th-century situation in the Muslim city-state of Medina, which was at war with pagan Mecca, the Holy Quran notes that the polytheists and some Arabian Jewish tribes were opposed to Islam, but then goes on to say:

5:82. ” . . . and you will find the nearest in love to the believers [Muslims] those who say: ‘We are Christians.’ That is because amongst them are priests and monks, and they are not proud.”

So the Holy Quran not only does not urge Muslims to commit violence against Christians, it calls them “nearest in love” to the Muslims! The reason given is their piety, their ability to produce holy persons dedicated to God, and their lack of overweening pride.

Juan Cole is a professor of history at the University of Michigan and maintains the blog Informed Comment.

source: alternet.org

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PHOTO BELOW is what NATO did to SIRTE: I hope the new local council to comment this picture on the wall of the Office of the President of the local council in order to remain fresh in front of them always, People are tired of waiting, the Committee of 26 ill-fated delayed compensation and then entered into the realm of change of the local council and the proceeds, slowed in the disbursement of the first installment of compensation, and Social Affairs loser hurry without money to pay compensation instead of housing for those whose homes were destroyed God used,

Lens / Ghaith Oouhadh

Review of Maximilian Forte’s powerful new book, “Slouching Toward Sirte: NATO’s War on Libya and Africa” .
This book presents a withering indictment of liberal humanitarianism and its collusion in imperialist designs on Africa, as seen in NATO’s Libya campaign of 2011.The media has gone very quiet on Libya of late; clearly, liberal imperialists don’t like to dwell on their crimes. This is not surprising. The modus operandi of the humanitarian imperialist is not one of informed reflection, but only permanent outrage against leaders of the global South; besides, in the topsy-turvy world of liberal interventionism, the ‘failure to act’ is the only crime of which the West is capable.
As Forte puts it, their moral code holds that “If we do not act, we should be held responsible for the actions of others. When we do act, we should never be held responsible for our own actions.”For the governments that lead us into war, of course, it makes perfect sense that we do not stop to look back at the last invasion before impatiently demanding the next one – if we realised, for example, that the 1999 bombing of Serbia (the textbook ‘humanitarian intervention’) actually facilitated the ethnic cleansing of Kosovo that it was supposedly designed to prevent, we might not be so ready to demand the same treatment for every other state that falls short of our illusory ideals.
That is why this book is so important. Thoroughly researched and impeccably referenced, it tells the story of the real aims and real consequences of the war on Libya in its historical perspective.Its author, Maximilian Forte, is well placed to do so. A professor of social anthropology in Montreal, much of his writing and research in recent years has been dedicated to the new imperialism, and especially its ‘humanitarian’ cover. He was amongst the first to really expose violent racism within the Libyan insurrection, and its role in facilitating NATO’s goals in Africa…
ONE IMPORTANT POINT ‘THOUGH: MUAMMAR IS FAR FROM BEING ‘DEAD’ !!! WAKE-UP!
The War on Libya: A Grand Display of NATO’s Lynch Mob Mentality | Global Research
Review of Maximilian Forte’s powerful new book, “Slouching Toward Sirte: NATO’s War on Libya and Africa”
Raise Cities for the first time in Sweden Friday warble sound right for the first time in the history Sweden mosque “فيتيا of the” so this mosque became the first mosque raises the prayer out loud over the minaret and raise prayer lasted about three minutes over the minaret of the mosque, which is located south of the Swedish capital Stockholm.

BEGUN BY MUAMMAR al-QATHAFI, the contest to Memorise the Holy Quran continues in SIRTE:

Remember Muammar al-Qathafi memorised the Holy Quran at age 8…

خبر جميل ورائع لأهالي سرت ,,لازال شباب مدينة سرت يبهر في كل المجالات سواء داخل مدينتهم الغالية او خارجها ..فها هو الشاب الخلوق احمد امريض الحسوني الطالب بمعهد أبي روين الديني بمدينة سرت يحصد الترتيب الاول لحفظ وتجويد القران الكريم كاملا على مستوى دولة ليبيا ..فقد أقيمت بتاجوراء مسابقة لحفظ القران الكريم على مستوى ليبيا لكل منارات تحفيظ القران ,, ويشترط في المشاركة الحصول على الترتيب الاول في حفظ القران كاملا في مدينة المشترك وهو ماحققه الشاب احمد .,, و اهله للمشاركة في هذه المسابقة التي حصد في نهايتها الترتيب الاول ,, ليشرف سرت وشبابها واهلها ,,والشاب احمد هو طالب علم بمعهد ابي روين ” المنارة سابقا ” والتي كانت مغلقة سابقا ..والشكر موصول للشيخ مختار يونس مدير معهد ابي روين الذي وضع على عاتقه تنشيط المعهد منذ فترة طويلة وجاءت ثمارها بتتويج احد طلبته بالترتيب الاول على مستوى ليبيا في حفظ القران كاملا ,,ولايسعنا الا الترحم على ارواح المشائخ الذين قضوا نحبهم اتناء الاحداث لان كان لهم الفضل في تدريس اغلب طلبة سرت من تحفيظ وتجويد للقران ..
Course ĂĺĎÇÁ me me free people Crown living martyrAddiction (3) (guards leader Bomenaar)
Beautiful and wonderful news for the people of Sirte,Still young dazzling city of Sirte in all fields, both within or outside the city dear ..Here is young الخلوق Ahmed a patient Al_husona student at the Institute of religious father of Rouen in Sirte reap the first order to save and improve the Holy Quran.
Karim fully at the state level to Libya ..Have been established بتاجوراء contest to save the Holy Quran at the level of Libya Per beacons memorization of the Holy Quran, and is required to participate in getting the order first in keeping the whole Holy Quran in the common Mahakgah young Ahmed., And his family to participate in this competition, which won at the end of the first order, , to supervise Sirte and rejuvenated and its people,The young Ahmed is a science student at the Institute of Abe Rowen “previously lighthouse” which were previously closed ..
The harvesting of young Ahmed Ali Trchana the first in the ranking by keeping the last 5 parts .. Radicle mentioning that the level of competition for Libya.
Greetings of young Ahmed and I hope from God to help him to save the whole Holy Quran ..(CONTEST PROGRAM “SAVE THE HOLY QUARAN” begun by Muammar al-Qathafi and the World Islamic Call Society.)
And thanks go to Sheikh Mukhtar Younis, director of the Institute Abe Rowen who put it upon himself to revitalize the Institute since a long time and came off the coronation of the first one requested in order to level Libya in memorizing the whole Quran,Aasana only pray for mercy on the souls of sheikhs who perished Atina because the events have been credited in teaching most of Sirte students from memorization and recitation of the Holy Quran ..
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the protection of park Sirte family .. It best city Maatmlleke currently must maintain it .. Park today lens / Salahuddin البطي:
SIRTE SEAPORT:

Death of a young man drunk, after entering the district’s No. 2 b Sirte, and under Called the shots Random Shooting, and then shooting a grenade “Pomegranate”, was set on fire in his car, lifeless body was sent to Ibn Sina Hospital, and conflicting reports about the manner of death.

The heroic and martyr city of Sirte, golpada by NATO bombs and US

 source: by Mirko Senda

http://libia-sos.blogspot.ch/

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To every free Libyan Muslim fears God that what is happening now in Libya on the French embassy is another theatrical crusade against Islam and Muslims understand blew up the embassy in order to enter Libya without resistance and help their clients Almujdan the ground.

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News From Libya

French diplomat, former deputy in the French parliament says through his Twitter that the bombing of the embassy was between the government planning French battalion in the city of Misurata in order to enter the official security forces to the city of Tripoli, and to  able Misurata  the implementation of the strategy in Libya, he said.

French embassy has been evacuated a week before the date of the bombing incident. Confirms as reported by sources from the Green channel headquarters.

As further evidence of pre-planning has reported Al Arabiya Client that the French aircraft carrier Charles de Gaulle will reach the Libyan coast this 25/4/2013  on board, 600 armored vehicles and 40 aircraft and 4,000 troops of the Special Forces.  Which reminds us of the same carrier move towards average depth ago  Approximately 17 hours of the issuance of the so-called Security Council resolution 1970 and 1973, which would impose ban Joey was carried out by French troops to the fullest PDC Libya various types of weapons in order to Protection of civilians.

As reported by CNN: quoting the Ministry of Defence that we have no choice is presence Armed on the ground to enforce security and we can not leave Libya to become a hotbed of armed gangs and criminal (Yesterday, they were revolutionaries seeking freedom), will meet today with our friends and allies today for the Salvation of Libya from this predicament. We had hoped that consistent efforts in Libya without a help and we gave the opportunity for this, but every day prove Experience and expertise that these bands not only understands the language of force and  with it, Rescue Libya and to stabilize the state and stand on its own was leaving and recognize Matters of legitimate authority.

To make sure that the French embassy bombing is a new episode in Series to justify military intervention under the pretext of imposing security is quite similar to the killing of Ambassador American and witnesses who proved that a number of the Marines are one of the oldest on the storm Embassy and killed him. The speed at which gave investigators and special forces, but the statement about View the latest bombing as been planning a precondition.

Source: news channels *****

Converted into Sponsor of International Terrorism Under the Macabre U.S. Interest

France and in North America … Tunisia and Libya terrorism in the Middle .. A diplomatic crisis with Morocco since the sixties .. France and al-Qaeda in the south (Mali and Niger) …………………………

Everything architect and planner of the ends of the plot Who aims to divide and distract the major Arab countries ….

As is well known, Algeria after Syria and will be, as they say in the Algerian * Menkdboh on Ruahna and Ngto sun sieve ..

Everything Pine * Each person closest and the next closest advised.

Unconfirmed open 3 channels over the green Nilesat soon ……

Sirte before sunset, I liked the picture,,, Lens / Mohammed Kafri From somewhere in Sirte beautiful … Lens / Salahuddin البطي Mu looks behind himMu elegant

REMINDERS, SIGNS ALONG THE HIGHWAY:

DO NOT FORGET TO PRAY & Keep the Blessed Land: Clean, Sanitary and beautiful…

Signboards will be the stopper in the west to Ras Lanuf to the east, a religious banners remember the remembrance of Allah and seek forgiveness and remember to  keep preserving the environment beautiful ..Mu kisses the Holy Quran

SIRTE:

Wedding permeated Sirte after watching commander Ali Al Khaimah. Muslim Horsemen 1

Melikite Islam

Beacon of the people of the Holy Quran and Sciences, a new body in the process of growth .. Cut day Mnzboa first band Advanced Regiment Scouts Sirte bar volunteerism and philanthropy in building a external security formerly”The Lighthouse of Science” : The lighthouse is supposed to examine the science Holy Quran and the Maliki school by the elders of the doctrine of the inside Libya and outside the Maghreb,

the lighthouse targeting people of the city and its suburbs in especially all the students of science in general, and because the party that adopts Thread charity she wants from all segments of society Almmsahma,

Scouting today, they cleanly comprehensive building your بالمنارة as they can, and because some God gave Rizk Virgo founders of the lighthouse donation also at the expense of 758 451 trade and Development Bank ..

Or contact Haley Sheikh Younis Ashakkak the phone 0926011544 … God ايضيع reward those who do good .. # Opening soon Scientific Library Cultural Council of Culture year in Sirte ..:

Deadly weapon writes:

“green was Algla the ينزاد Anzidok O Muammar Gla …. God protect you sir commander.”

     DR. BILLAH, Martyr

Major-General SAADI:

MU’AMMAR TRIUMPHS!!!

Mu TRIUMPHS

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MAQRIEF: Client’s disgusting to visit to his masters Embassy of France ..! No and Look Elzimzake the

Exclusive agent for Ousolah the, Alla-kkakh and now candidate for the presidency of Staff Brigadier General Abdulsalam “phantom government الحاسي”:

Mu arab in tent

Defense Minister Mohammed البرغثى: can not forego of a student at the School of “Martyr” Muammar Gaddafi,,,,,,,,,,,,,,

Why not covered by the decision or the decision insulation detailed to certain persons: ______________________________________________

TRIPOLI:

Hello / Total was liberated from the Liberal dawn today in Tripoli, one of the secret prisons Swany {region} This is why there are flying over the skies of Tripoli. Lord saves Liberal Lord.

* We report that an airplane the pilot had a seizure while trying to land in the airport of Tripoli from Benghazi some of the passengers were injured and others severely injured.

Joy permeated the sons of the Gurji and Damascus neighborhood and Andalus watch leader and his sons Ali Al Khaimah and rats in the case of intense fear. Green Channel :: News

Commented a film festival showroom were evacuated after a bomb alert in Tripoli Friday, as mentioned, told AFP a source in the European Union, which organizes the festival.

He said this source, who requested anonymity, “We have received a bomb warning and security standards applied across vacate the place.”

The source added that the EU officials and Western diplomats present also left the hall.

Libyan blood ((This Naqskm the abyss Tervkm people die and are Ahien festivals)) Libya: false alarm of a bomb during the film festival By News on Saturday,  27 April 2013 | 11:13 The Gaddafi International News Agency – Tripoli.

Hotel bombing threat skill stop Libyan Film Festival in Tripoli.

By News on Saturday, April 27, 2013 | 02:38

Hotel bombing threat skill stop Libyan Film Festival in Tripoli. By News on Saturday, April 27, 2013 | 02:38 The Gaddafi International News Agency – Tripoli.
Agency correspondent in Tripoli said on Friday, April 26, 2013 AD: On the second day the Libyan Film Festival, which is supervised by the Italian Cultural Center in Tripoli, primarily the Radisson Blu Hotel. Regiment attendees and organizers at the request of the hotel management to vacate the hall by the festival is held. Upon inquiry as to why Thjajt hotel management that electricity will be cut off.
After taking stated in conversation with the hotel manager turns out that there is a phone call and responded to the management of the hotel where the threatened caller through targeting the hotel and his knowledge that there are many number of foreign participants in the festival. Commented a film festival showroom were evacuated after a bomb alert in Tripoli Friday, as mentioned, told AFP a source in the European Union, which organizes the festival. He said this source, who requested anonymity, “We have received a bomb warning and security standards applied across vacate the place.” The source added that the EU officials and Western diplomats present also left the hal

Commented a film festival showroom were evacuated after a bomb alert in Tripoli on Friday, as mentioned, told AFP a source in the European Union, which organizes the festival. He said this source, who requested anonymity, “We have received a bomb warning and security standards applied across vacate the place.” The source added that the European Union officials and Western diplomats present also left the hall. And the European Union organizes the festival, which lasts three days in collaboration with the Italian Cultural Institute and a non-governmental organization to Libya. And offers movies this cultural meeting that began Thursday in the showroom at the Radisson Blu Hotel in Tripoli. It is assumed that this festival will continue until Saturday.

Found drunk inside the plane at Tripoli International Airport

By News on Friday, 26 أبريل, 2013 | 22:37

The Gaddafi International News Agency – Tripoli.

Surprise the crew Libyan Airlines today at the airport in Tripoli when they went on board the Airbus 320 5A-LAH

to make the trip LN202 destined Cairo Tfajaa

the existence of a drunk inside the plane they stayed up the night inside the plane and abusing alcohol inside and have found their tracks even in the cockpit …

and hovering suspicions about members of the battalion airport security:

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Closing coastal road Balqrbolli and to protest against the forest survey.

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ZINTAN: the leadership of the Resistance: Negotiations between France and America with brother Saif al-Islam mediated Zintan to take Khkm the public against giving them future features.

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DERNA & the TUBER:

Kandahar … Sorry I mean tuber :: / Battalion under attack military headquarters in the city of Derna …

An attack by unidentified gunmen on the headquarters of the so-called battalion stationed Uqba of the dogs and the Ministry of Defence b city of Derna, which led to the death one battalion جردان and inventory is “Faisal Omar Okroch”.

From the pages of the Resistance (Valley Agency dinars) Violent explosion shakes the headquarters battalion Germanah in Derna. God ايفك the family and keeps it .. In 2006, Assad Abdullah Sanusi came to dirt has entered us alone and it was a surprise to us

and no one was with him and jog Allakkakh the peace it so they they threatened to Arfoh the on the ground ..

Everyone wants to Acservoa بأستقباله in their homes and celebrate and honoring a meal lunch or dinner and he does not know one of them ..

And now they hate .. Why? .. What did you, Akkakh, until تكرهونه .. Why this hostility does not appear in 2006 .. Why this hypocrisy O hypocrites. MU WINTER w Billah 1

Voice of Resistance Made the Russian sources Brigadier Shahid Billah literally ::

thousand years ago there in the history of the sons sultans bravest of Mu’tasim Muammar Gaddafi, has been fighting valiantly,

killing a number of those who حاصروه but they could not they get it even brought a U.S. drone and targeted wounding and lost consciousness,

then a callback to NATO rebels and told them that they could capture!!

And one minister said the Russians :: Mu’tasim Gaddafi not what they knew the courage to Arabs!!

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 GHARYAN:

Power plant was bombed by beasts mercenary in the city of Gharyan, on Saturday, was attacked by unknown Bakazv RPG took off the station. The sources said that the plant was attacked Bakazv RPG took off temporarily.

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BENGHAZI:

????? PRIDE?Pride :: 19-03-2011 employment history, employment and conspiracy;; Dear gullible history ruthless Wi victory Tsgelon.? Nasr Actinto .. 
We say to you, the owners of victory Actinto .. Do you know how the English defeated Italy in Libya in Marah eye in “Operation Compass”? And celebrate your fathers and grandfathers Booze victory and record the date and stain you??
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Just remind the convoy stopped in front of Garyounis 20 hours .. And possessed weapons of ticks range of 80 kg and 40 kg and mortars 30 kilometers …. If you wanted to wipe Benghazi was erased from the front Garyouni
فخرهم بالعمالة :: 19-03-2011 تاريخ العمالة والتامر ؛؛ ايها السذج ا
فخرهم بالعمالة :: 19-03-2011 تاريخ العمالة والتامر ؛؛ ايها السذج التاريخ لا يرحم واي نصر تسجلون .؟ نصر بالنيتو .. نقول لكم يا اصحاب النصر بالنيتو .. هل تعرفون كيف انتصر الانجليز على ايطاليا في ليبيا في عين ماراة في “عملية البوصلة” ؟ واحتفل أبائكم واجدادكم بذالك النصر وسجلها التـــاريخ وصمة عار عليكم ؟؟ : نذكركم فقط الرتل توقف امام قاريونس 20 ساعة .. ويمتلك اسلحة القراد مداها 80 كيلو و 40 كيلو و الراجمات 30 كيلو …. لو اراد مسح بنغازي لكان مسحها من امام قاريونس

Hundreds of people linked to the education sector massively demonstrated in Benghazi to demand the expulsion of the Minister of Education, they called retrograde Islamist and accused him of promoting Shia sect in the new curriculum, contrary to the history of Libya.

Then Talali the Post New lip pollen bombing of a police station in Benghazi
The bombing of a police station pond in Benghazi:Green Satellite Channel Green TV Green Channel :: NewsUnknown assailants threw an explosive device at the center of the pond for the security of this morning in Benghazi, and the result was significant damage to the center without injury.
An attack on a police station in the pond in Benghazi 04/27/2013
By News on Saturday, 27 April 2013 | 11:01

The Gaddafi International News Agency – Benghazi.


A source in Benghazi that the attack took place Saturday at a police station in the city in eastern Libya, causing material damage but no casualties.
This source said on condition of anonymity that “the explosion caused damage in a large part of the building,” adding that “an explosive device thrown at the center.”
He added, “Fortunately, the officers and police in another part of the building.”

A policeman was in place “sooner to the outside when the explosion occurred, but we did not find one.”


He said a photographer for Agence France Presse in place that about sixty percent of the building was destroyed in the blast, which occurred at about seven o’clock (5:00 GMT).
Benghazi is the birthplace of the plight of February 17, which not only bring ruin to the Libyan people and has seen several attacks and assassinations in recent months.
Saturday’s attack comes after weeks of calm in the city where the authorities failed to restore security so far.
Libyan blood (picture is from video game “Assassins Creed”)
قناة الخضراء :: أخبارمجهولون يلقون بعبوة ناسفة على مركز البركة للأمن صباح اليوم في ببنغازي وكانت النتيجة إلحاق ضرر كبير بالمركز دون وقوع إصابات .ليبي الدمImage Baraka police station in Benghazi:
The people of Benghazi closing Gamal Abdel Nasser Street for not getting their salaries. Sit tribe of slaves Front تبستي Hotel ……..
And shootings in the same street. Egyptian community organized a demonstration in Benghazi because of ill-treatment
By News on Friday, 26 أبريل, 2013 | 22:23
The Gaddafi International News Agency – Benghazi.
Staged a number of members of the Egyptian community in the city of Benghazi on Friday,
in front of the headquarters of the Egyptian consulate in الفويهات area in the city of Benghazi in protest against what they
described as ill-treatment which they are exposed in Libya.

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TOBRUK:  

The militias, armed Libyan military in the gate, “barrier” city of Tobruk detained 90 Egyptian citizens of the sons of Matrouh Governorate, and they assaulted them with beatings and humiliation. Sources from the Libyan city of Tobruk on Friday, said that the detainees were beaten and forced steal your belongings, and they are demanding the intervention of the Egyptian authorities to rescue them from those Armed militia .

Spotted and national news agency car bearing the number plate “518 452”,

In front of the headquarters of the Civil Registry, the city of Tobruk, in light of accusations Ttrahq between the Minister Defense, “البرغثي” and attorney.

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MISURATA:

 The news that young people are working on big cars serving mercenaries from Misurata.

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BANI WALID:

there has been a fire in a shopping complex Alkaaimi, of unknown origin are victims not.

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SORMAN:

Office of the fight against crime in the city of Surman exposed to armed attack

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ZLITAN:

After the failure of rats Hammadi to change name of الاسمرية University of Islamic Sciences University of Zliten ………..

Rats want to change the name to the Islamic University Asmari …….

Change Brigadier…. A group of rats Alqrbula a close coastal road …..

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SABHA:

Tears filled the eyes of the Liberal leader after seeing Ali Al Khaimah and hear the anthem Allahu Akbar and fully sir songs and Big O Destiny.

Sabha now Sebha Now I got rain in the desert of Libya, they rejoiced and they said seemed to inflate on Libya 🙂
نزلت امطار في صحراء ليبيا فرحوا وقالو بدت تنفرج على ليبيا 🙂 بعدها طلعلي بوست جديد شفته طلع تفجير مركز شرطة في بنغازي

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AJDABIYA:Jaddabaa hospital confirms injury 18 illegal immigrants infectious disease dysenteryBy News on Saturday,  27April 2013 | 11:09The Gaddafi International News Agency – Health.

Hatem warrior :

– the health sector in Ajdabiya confirms the injury 18 illegal immigrants infectious disease dysentery .. Note: the colors of the picture has been removed to conceal the face of personal …… colleague told us the cabled Boharidh media coordinator health sector Bagdabia the d. F F confirmed the injury Eighteen illegal immigrants disease dysentery infectious after the onset of symptoms –

the story in detail:

after being caught militias last Wednesday, 250 illegal immigrants and delivered to the branch Detectives passports Ajdabiya, noted head of the branch that a number of immigrants يتقيئون down with diarrhea sharp accompanies it all out blood .. And immediately contact the relevant department head approaching but stressed that he did not respond initially a ..

After colleague Boharidh, follow-up to the event and connected approaching health has been detected cases and the number 18 of the state of Eritrea, make sure that they are infected are all infectious disease dysentery, four of them in critical condition ..

This has been converted after isolated cases of the city of Benghazi to take the actions necessary health .. and here remain questions and questions: – How do they entered and who is responsible for the introduction of these immigrants? – Are they actually brought them from the city of Ajdabiya .. Though they were actually from the city of Ajdabiya?????? – when will the series of illegal immigration?? –

Will there be precautionary measures from the health sector after the discovery of these cases???? While spin questions remain answered in the belly of conscience absent we refer to it was seized 500 illegal immigrants in two days .. and God .. God used.

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Libyan oil against human rights

 

– The danger Taliban in Libya and the international media disinformation

– Shootings and clashes on the streets of Libya

– Egyptian Protesters burn monarchist flag of the rebels Libyans Salafists 

– And in solidarity with the Libyan and Syrian in Tunisia

A large gathering of displaced Libyans in Tunisia and Arab brothers do PAUSE solidarity with Libya and Syria and against calls Arab Spring revolutions, which not only bring destruction and devastation to these countries

* Tunisia border clashes have occurred between criminal and civil Libyan Tunisian. And witnesses said Libyan militias entered Tunisian territory to steal nearly 10 km, with the pretext of pursuing traffickers.

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ALGERIAN BORDER with Libya:4 killed and wounded in clashes between Algeria’s army and a terrorist group from LibyaBy News on Saturday, 27 April  2013 | 11:15Gaddafi news agency World – Aldzlir.

Clashes between Libyan government militias and the Algerian army on the border

26/04/2013

By News on Saturday, 27 April 2013 | 02:42

The Gaddafi International news agency – the border.

Militias belonging to the Libyan government illegal crept into Algeria through the border and the number was about 15 terrorists aim to destabilize security and stability in Algeria, but the Algerian army detect movements and clashed with them and is currently still raging clashes between the two sides

ASHA

Two of the terrorists were killed, and wounded soldiers from the army during the Algerian army’s response to a terrorist group, was within 4 vehicles coming across the waterway stems from the city, “Languages” Libyan corresponding to the Algerian border with Gantt city. Newspapers Algeria issued Saturday morning, it was monitoring vehicles SUV by reconnaissance aircraft belonging to the Algerian army conducting surveillance routine in the region adjacent to the border.

said the newspapers, that the strength of the national gendarmerie and the army clashed with the terrorists and behind the clashes, according to the outcome of an initial killing of two terrorists , and wounded soldiers their condition was described as serious, and يتواجدان City Hospital Gantt.

was Libyan Prime Minister Ali Zaidan, arrived in the Algerian capital on Tuesday at the head of a high level delegation to visit unannounced before. According to media sources Algerian official, that Zidane had after his arrival and the delegation accompanying him held talks with his Algerian counterpart Abdelmalek baskets dealt with issues of common interest at the bilateral, regional and ways to strengthen security cooperation on the common border to stop the smuggling of weapons and combat terrorism.

URGENT / /:

……. Now in the state of Alesi Algerian army foiled an infiltration attempt 15 armed terrorists from Libya

and the process of engagement to the moment Green Channel :: News

Two of the terrorists were killed and wounded soldiers from the army during the Algerian army’s response to a terrorist group were within 4 vehicles coming across the waterway stems from the city, “Languages​​” Libyan corresponding to the Algerian border with Gantt city.

(Libyan blood )

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– Turkey – Libya: Disobeying his criminal government, agents of the Turkish Customs Police discovered and seized thousands of illegal weapons in Libyan vessel was in Istanbul, according to the source, police found a thousand assault rifles, hundreds of guns and large quantities of ammunition on the ship “The Intizar”, anchored in the port of Tuzla, east of Istanbul, from April 4.

The ship, which had declared unloaded, came from Malta and would continue to Libya after a “technical stop” at the industrial port of Istanbul.

But the police were able to verify that the weapons had been delivered to the ship just in Turkey, all weapons were stamped Turkish, so it has been determined that the army material smuggled via Syria to Libya

The finding reminds pistols container from Turkey, designed to Yemen and discovered in Dubai in 2011, even then it seemed to be more of parts for gifts or cargo rendering it useful in an armed conflict.

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Chadian President warns Libya against his opponents in training camps Libyan

By News on Saturday, 27 April  2013 | 12:33

The Gaddafi International News Agency – Chad.

Warned Chadian President Deby in an interview with a television channel, he warned the Libyan government, which is training his opponents in the camps of militia criminal and said it was fully aware of what is being plotted against his country by customers who are currently on top of السطلة in Libya.

has the face of a warning to the National Conference of Libyan – which is the highest authority in the country now –

and invited them to retreat from playing with his country because they are going to lose their relations with all neighboring countries by virtue of their conversion to the state sponsor of terrorism in North Africa and exporter him.

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QUOTES taken from Mu’ammar al-Qathafi mainly from 23 SEPT. 2009 at UNO…  and some others (compiled by Adil Naji):

“Viruses are created by pharmaceutical companies to sell their medicine. ‘a crime to sell medicines, the medicines must be free for all, because they are not a luxury but a necessity.” (Colonel Gaddafi at the United Nations)

“The Somalis are pirates? We are the pirates, not the Somalis, we begin not to throw our waste in Somali territory and in Somali waters.” (Colonel Gaddafi at the United Nations)

“That happened in Abu Ghraib prison, not even Satan would be able to do it.” (Col. Gaddafi speech at the United Nations)

“Oil of Arabs and arabi. La Tunisia has no oil?   Wrong, the Libyan oil and inherits the Tunisian, Moroccan, Sudanese, Yemeni and all Arabs.” (Colonel Gaddafi, 08.02.1988)

“You can not ‘exist peace between two states that are not in equilibrium, the state more’ strong will command always more ‘weak.” (Colonel Gaddafi, 08.02.1988)

“There is a state called Libya, there is no state which is called Tunisia, there is no state which is called Algeria, there is no state which is called Morocco, there is no state which is called Egypt. Exist the Arab world , all these states are the result of colonial imperialism, designed to make us their slaves. (Colonel Gaddafi, 02.08.1988)

“Can not ‘exist an Israeli state, can’ exist a single state where Jews and Muslims live and the State is to be called Isratine, because they were Jews en masse after the Second World War they are transferred to Palestine and not the Arabs. ” (Colonel Gaddafi at the United Nations)

“Bin Laden is not in Afghanistan and Afghanistan does not have missiles or weapons that can reach America. Why then bombed Afghanistan? Because he wants to create an Islamic state, why  then not bomb the Vatican?” (Colonel Gaddafi at the United Nations )

“What are the United Nations if 5 states have the right of life and death? What is it that we come to make our discorisi once a year at the United Nations in the next room if there are 5 states decide for you ‘re sitting  for what, 191 states, are only ornament in this room?? ”  (Colonel Gaddafi at the United Nations)

“We are not animals cooped up on a farm, where we sacrificed during the holidays according to their desires. No,  we are human beings who have the right to live with honor in this world and in the sun that illuminates this terra.  You do not give us this right, so we have to fight for it. ”  (Colonel Gaddafi at the United Nations)

“All Libyans who want to go on pilgrimage to Mecca, have the right to go there without paying anything, because the planes of Libya, are the property of Libyans.” (Col. Gaddafi speech to the nation)

“As you Americans explore space, please find a planet for us Arabs, South Americans and Iranians, as this world you want  all for youself !” (Colonel Gaddafi)

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Israel injecting dangerous viruses into Palestinian prisoners

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A Palestinian released from Israeli jails, Rania Saqa, has brought to light that the Israeli regime injected detainees that are out of prisons with dangerous viruses.

Noting that Palestinian prisoners suffer from serious and chronic diseases such as bladder cancer and liver disorders, Rania has revealed that the Tel Aviv regime injects prisoners with dangerous viruses before releasing them.

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The released prisoner  has asked the many institutions and the international community to examine them carefully.

Most former inmates die after being released from Israeli jails.

Saqa Rania criticized the neglect of the Palestinian state to the situation in which the prisoners and their families find themselves and added that “the prisoners are subjected to the most cruel tortures.”

A suspiciously large number of Palestinian prisoners are suffering from incurable diseases or permanent disabilities as a result of the critical situation in prisons that they suffer at the hands of Israeli regime.

Recently, the International Solidarity for Human Rights Institute warned that the Israeli regime uses and abuses Palestinian prisoners to test their new drugs, and this contradicts international medical and moral principles.

Currently, about 5,000 Palestinian prisoners, including women and children, are crowded in the jails of the regime in Tel Aviv. Most have not been tried and some have no formal charge against them, a strategy that the Israeli regime called “administrative detention.”

United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, voicing deep concern over what he called the “rapidly deteriorating condition” of Palestinian prisoners in Israeli custody who are on hunger strike, urged a solution to the matter be reached without delay.

“International human rights obligations towards all Palestinian detainees and prisoners under Israeli custody must be fully respected,” Mr. Ban’s spokesperson said in a statement that also underlined the importance of full adherence by all sides to previous agreement on the issue, including the implementation of prisoners’ family visitation rights.

International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights

The International Convention on Civil and Political Rights came in into force 23 March 1976. Article 10 of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights provides that any person deprived of their liberty shall be treated with humanity and dignity.  The article imposes a requirement of separation of prisoners in pre-trial detention from those already convicted of crimes, as well as a specific obligation to separate accused juvenile prisoners from adults and bring them before trial speedily.

There is also a requirement that the focus of prisons should be reform and rehabilitation, not punishment. These provisions apply to those in prisons, hospitals (particularly psychiatric hospitals), detention facilities, correction facilities or any other facility in which a person is deprived of their liberty. The article compliments article 7 of the Covenant, which bans torture or other cruel, inhumane or degrading treatment, by guaranteeing those deprived of the their liberty with the same conditions as that set for free persons.

Translated from the Spanish version by:

Lisa KarpovaPravda.Ru

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Green channel ::

breakthroughs sites rats Libyan  RAT websites in the possession of worms:

Hackers infiltrated government sites and then cooperate with them in bridging the gaps which Ojoa, in protest against the “exploitation company Libya Telecom.” “Dr. Al Ahli” is the code name for the pirate-mail, which broke through the site prime minister Libyan sites and other ministerial recently, and broke with a number of his comrades system company Libya Telecom and competent technical service online and holidays….

for a period accounts members of the National Congress of the year with the company. Pirate belongs to a group calling itself the Libyan worms, was founded in 2008 and since then began – he says in an exclusive interview with correspondents – with the group in the implementation of joint electronic piracy operations. He says the pirate operations – who preferred anonymity –

they managed to hit hundreds of websites, especially those that are considered hostile to the Islamic religion in public and calls for the use of violence against Muslims. He pointed to the involvement of a worm in a team TGT Libyan campaign launched by hackers, Muslims and Arabs against Israeli positions on 7 April, and managed through which to penetrate the Israeli positions, as the site of the Ministry of Agriculture Israeli flap him aware of the independence of Libya and decorated a picture of the hero of jihad Libya against the Italians Omar Mukhtar, as well as for the penetration of a major marketing company in Israel and withdrawn hundreds of electronic credit cards.

Do not exploited In February this year, the group wide piracy campaign under the slogan “No to exploitation” and pierced websites under a hosting company Libya Telecom and Technology government and the dominant Internet service in the country. Justifies Dr Al Ahli attack on the company, saying “their services is very bad in terms of speed of the Internet and packet data communication, though they charge for their services low sums of money exaggerated a lot, and take advantage of their customers and did not offer something did not seek to develop themselves, they are the only company equipped with the Internet in Libya does not There is a competitor. ”

And corrects “We sent a number of communications and warnings of the company, Nktarham the fragility of the security system they use, and ease the possibility of sequencing and access to the accounts of their customers, but they did not uninterested so, so we Pachtrachm, and we did not realize that we will get to too much data, and with a depth beyond.” Official recognition In turn recognizes Murad Bilal Director of the Office of Information company Libya Telecom and Technology, told reporters the fact breakthroughs that have occurred for system company,

a reference to the lack of seriousness of actions and measures, having noted the technical management company of the existence of loopholes in the system key, but that was not taken – according to Bilal – seriously . Bilal explained, “there have been several attempts to penetrate, also came a programmers of the company, among them the possibility of penetrating the system via the Internet, and then enable a hacker cyber of impenetrable, but he (pirate) cooperation

then explain how he managed to penetrate the system and ways to bridge the gaps that across from which. ” Flaccid systems Pirate says that their mission of conducting piracy is to prevent exploitation and monopoly practiced by companies, stressing that if they have the intention of injury had to delete a lot of data, citing the penetration process carried out by the Syrian pirate sites Libyan Arab Jamahiriya and the team recover from it.

So long campaign “exploited” by the Libyan Spider Group, a private company offering hosting services and domain book, and according to Dr. Al Ahli Group has penetrated the company’s servers, and across carried out to websites hosted on it. However, the company issued on March 2 last statement in which it described the “direct targeting process for the purpose of distorting and hit its credibility with its customers.”

he explained via a statement that the penetration process was due to gaps in content management systems used by its subscribers and not doing updates despite ongoing Tnabihadtha, denying the control of hackers on the company’s servers. But Dr Al Ahli response to a company statement saying, “We tried to penetrate the sites under Hosting spider only manage their content and their systems were safe and were able to access the sequence it through gaps in the company, we have not sabotaging sites or change any of the content, but we put بصماتنا it only alert customers to the sagging the security system of the spider. ”

The company was accused of exploitation through hosting rates and reserve domain names “domain” exaggerated, and that they suffer from security vulnerabilities the conduct Fratha. It is very dangerous Dr Al Ahli Reporters Statistics said it indicates that a worm was able in a short period to control 99% of the websites of the Libyan government, however, complained of the indifference of those responsible on this matter and not to comment on the incident or taken to a tough stand to secure their websites.

And detection systems arrival to the Central Bank of Libya and the civil registry and the national number, in addition to penetrate the Libyan intelligence site, several banks and citizens’ access to accounts. He added “It is very dangerous, Fbasttaatna include the names and change the information can also be removed, but we did not do it and will not do at all,

Our message is clear that the government will secure this information and fortify its security system, and dealing with companies that provide services to ensure the safety of customer data, today Achterguenah We are tomorrow may penetrate may have other intentions. ”

Girl commander

((originally you from my Hello the government Mistodrh value مطيحة Mafna))

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