News from Libya – September 5, 2011 (Prequel)

We first Aligned with Gadhafi against Al-Qaida then with Al-Qaida against Gadhafi. We won in both cases.

Who si the Torturer?

It is coming to light that the British government asked Gadhafi to torture Libyan islamists to find out about their Al-Qaida links, something they could not do themselves in UK. The same Gadhafi who British now say had to go because he was a torturer.

It will be interesting to see how the current UK-Libyan rebel cooperation goes as it appears that many in the rebel leadership were in the past tortured on requests from UK government and they feel “bitter” about it. One of them feels already so strong that he is asking US and UK governments to appologize to him.

Qatar, the Supporter of Al-Qaida and Democracy

It is being reported that Qatar in cooperation with islamic terrorists had tried to kill Gadhafi’s son in UK in the past. It seems that Qatar’s support for rebels and “democracy” is really just a plot to expand hard line islam in more Arab countries.
What’s more, it seems US, UK, and France also do not have a high opinion of Qatar.

“The French told UK officials at the time that ‘the Qatari Interior Minister was known to be an Islamist extremist sympathiser’.”

“…in 2003, the same minister was likewise believed by members of the US intelligence community to have links to al-Qaida. In a Los Angeles Times report in March of that year, Sheikh Abdullah bin Khalid al-Thani was said to have sheltered terrorists at his farm. Richard Clarke, a former White House counterterrorism director, said that his role as security chief inside Qatar presented a serious danger to US forces posted there.”

Trusting US is a Very Risky Business
“Col Gaddafi had needed to be reassured that the Americans and the British did not have a hidden agenda for regime change in Libya. ‘Once they assured us they did not, everything went forward,’ said Saif, declaring that the development was a ‘new page in Libya’s history’.”

It sure was.

So Who Is Next, Syria or Algeria?

Enchorouk newspaper reported that “Algerian security forces had seized 157 different types of munitions ranging from missile-launchers to bullets.
It said serial numbers and stamps indicated the materiel was manufactured in France and Britain between 2008 and 2011.”

Sounds like the plans are fresh.

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