Libyans Celebrate 51st Anniversary of the Great Al Fatah Revolution, September 1, 2020

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Across Libya with the only exception of the terrorist controlled areas in and near Tripoli, all legitimate Libyan people celebrate the 51st anniversary of the great Al Fatah revolution. The bloodless coup that gave Libya her sovereignty for the first time in hundreds, perhaps thousands of years. The great tribes of Libya appointed Colonel Moammar Al Ghadafi to lead Libya into a new and prosperous era which he did in a spectacular manner. He created a government that shared the wealth of Libya with her people. Just a short list of his accomplishments is listed in the meme below the article

Ghadafi created the Great Socialist People’s Libyan Arab Jamahiriya represented by the green flag. Most people don’t understand that this was a completely different form of socialism. Truly not the real socialism used by other countries. In Libya there was no tax, the money that was shared with the people came from the great rich oil assets of Libya. The Libyan government only required 49% of the oil riches of Libya to run the country, the other money was partitioned out to the people via cash and other benefits.

The govenment of Libya consisted of two houses, one elected (House of Representatives) and one made up of tribal leaders from all over Libya called the General Secretariat of the Tribes. There was also a Prime Minister. Ghadafi was not the leader of the country in 2011 when NATO lied and destroyed the country. Ghadafi had been required to step down according to the 2006 treaty signed with Condoleeza Rice. The Libyan people still considered him their “spiritual leader” as it was explained to us. So there was no dictatorship in Libya there was a duly elected government of the people and it was a pure democracy as the tribal leaders were in direct touch with their people all the time. This created a voice for the people unlike anywhere else in the world.

The dream of the Libyan people represented by the great tribes of Libya (all Libyans are members of tribes) is to hold a full country election and install a new government for the people of Libya using the great Jamahiriya as their guide reinstating many if not all of the principles written by their great leader in his famous “Green Book”.

The biggest problem they face are terrorists, radicals and mercenaries who run tthe country in the west by force. These are the criminal remnants of NATO, most of the Libyans involved with the terrorists (called rats by the legitimate Libyans) are traitors, thieves and criminals (less than 10% of Libyans are rats). The others are mercenaries brought in by Qatar and Turkey to save whatever hold they have on Libya.. There are 2 main groups of terrorists – one fighting with Serraj, the UN / Turkey puppet that is Muslim Brother hood and working with Erdogan who dreams of reinstating the Ottoman empire in Libya. The second group is made up of radical terrorists also, they are from Misurata and support Fathi Bashagha, the so called interior minister. The Serraj led GNA has fired Bashagha, blaming him for killing protestors last week. Bashagha is supported by the terrorists from the port city of Misurata that has its own gangs of terrorists. So, now you have the people of Tripoli caught between a war of two different factions both of them held up solely by gangs, terrorists and thugs; armed and funded by Turkey and Qatar.

For the above stated reason, there was very little celebrations in Tripoli as already 23 people in the streets (unarmed) have been shot and killed.

I have posted a link here to a video the city of Ghat in the south of Libya with the people celebrating. http://vimeo.com/453846879  There are many such videos from all over Libya.

God bless the Libyan people in their struggle to free themselves from the illegitimate, oppressors and occupiers of their beautiful country.

Prime Minister of Eastern Libya’s Government Resigns While Fayez al-Saraj Clings to Power

https://im-media.voltron.voanews.com/Drupal/01live-166/styles/google_amp_1280x720/s3/2020-09/000_8PV2D8.jpgLibyan youth block a road with burning tires in Libya’s eastern coastal city of Benghazi on September 12, 2020

Abdullah al-Thinni’s government in eastern Libya resigned, responding to the calls of protesters who took to the streets of Benghazi, al-Bayda, Tobruk, Shahat, al-Marj, and the marginalized areas of the south,  while the  government of Fayez al-Sarraj ignored the angry voices in the west of the country, appointing a number of warlords to sovereign positions, elaborating a policy of hiding behind the weapons of militias capable of suppressing anyone calling for the overthrow of the Tripoli authorities.

A tragic situation grips all of Libya. The people are suffering from a comprehensive collapse of basic services; there is no water, electricity, gas for cooking, fuel, financial liquidity in banks, no salaries that arrive on time, and  health institutions are collapsing in the face of the Corona virus. In addition, the western region is plagued by  unruly militias, mercenaries, in consecration of the Turkish occupation and the Brotherhood’s plots to achieve more penetration into state institutions.

In the south, it is not possible to talk about the existence of a state. The suffering endured for nine years has been absolute. The local population live as if they are in another country, outside of time and space, and despite the vast wealth that is below and above the ground, none of it belongs to the people of Fezzan, which seems just tracts of quicksand and thirsty oases in a remote corner of the Sahara Desert, where only smugglers cross borders to steal gold and antiquities.

In the east of the country, the situation is different, as the army was able to rededicate the concept of the state, and found great support from the people of Cyrenaica.

But the politicians in Tripoli serve  their own interests, enjoying  profits they receive from corruption. This increased social tension has contributed to obstructing political solutions, and even the process of liberating the country from militias and terrorist groups.

A member in the House of Representatives and the State Consultative Council receives a monthly salary of 16 thousand dinars, along with housing, transportation, funds for travel and residence abroad, and a pension salary of 80 percent of the original salary, that is, more than 12 thousand dinars, and they obtain a privilege of exchange in foreign currencies at the same rate diplomats receive, while a teacher’s salary does not exceed 500 dinars, or about $ 90 at the parallel exchange rate, and they usually wait for months to receive it.

The rampant corruption in the joints of the Libyan state, and in the governments of the West and the East, is a systematic corruption from which non-politicians and the majority of people do not benefit, and it is the real reason for the continuation of the conflict. The current politicians do not want the country to arrive at a solution to the crisis, nor elections that they fear will push them out of power, influence and loose money that wanders easily between pockets and bank accounts at home and abroad.

As in Iraq after 2003, after 2011, Libya turned into a mafia state, which prompted the former UN envoy, Ghassan Salame, to say that it was witnessing the largest looting operation, which creates a new millionaire every day, while the people face poverty, destitution, disease, lack of services and insecurity, especially in the western region.

In 2019, Libya ranked No. 168 out of 180 countries on the Transparency International list, with only 18 points out of 100, according to the international organization’s standard. In the last four years, under the reconciliation government, the numbers ranged between 14 and 18 points, despite the fact that the government claims to be legitimate and is supported by the United Nations.

During the past few years, at least 200 billion dollars were spent without having any impact on the land or the lives of the people.  Services provided by the previous government, especially in the field of water, electricity and infrastructure, were completely destroyed.  From areas filled with life, Libya became a den of ghosts, as a result of war and the complete darkness that has become the new normal in a country that is supposed to be one of the richest countries in the region.

When demonstrators in Tripoli went out to denounce this situation and demand their rights, Fayez al-Sarraj directed his armed militias to terrorize them in Martyrs Square and the neighbourhoods and suburbs of the capital, and the Brotherhood assigned mercenaries to penetrate the movement,  to strike them down from within.  But in the eastern region the matter differed as the army recommended protection of the protesters, and therefore, there was no clash between security forces and the demonstrators except in a limited context, when infiltrators were discovered trying to utilize the spontaneous popular movement to serve the agendas of political Islam, which still has some supporters despite the elimination of its militias and armed terrorist gangs.

The most important lesson given by the eastern Libyan movement is that there is no alternative to the presence of a national army to protect the people, using its influence in the public interest, as well as the existence of a legislative reference to which the executive authority returns.  However,  in the west of the country, there is no army; only  conflicting militias, and no legislative institution. Al-Sarraj’s government did not gain the confidence of Parliament and governs under conditions of martial law.

Abdullah al-Thani submitted his resignation to the House of Representatives after realizing that there was no way for him to continue in his position, while al-Sarraj was still holding power, tied to militias, mercenaries and the Turkish occupier.

The Libyan people will not remain silent about their stolen rights and wealth, and will not accept the continuation of  living under the weight of the corrupt who turned  back decades of progress, overthrew their dreams of prosperity and robbed them of  hope for a decent life. They will take back the life their ancestors knew before the Nakba.

Al Arab

Source: https://libya360.wordpress.com/2020/09/14/prime-minister-of-eastern-libyas-government-resigns-while-fayez-al-saraj-clings-to-power/

After Entry in Bab al-Aziziyah in 2011, Qatar’s Al-Marri Returns to Tripoli with Turkey and GNA

The controversial and sinister Qatari Special Forces officer Hamad al-Marri, who is wanted on charges of terrorism by the Artab Quartet, has resurfaced in the capital Tripoli when he entered Tripoli for the first time in 2011 to overthrow Muammar Gaddafi. However, today, he is a visitor through the offices of the Government of National Accord (GNA) and Turkey.

Qatari Special Forces officer Hamad al-Marri,

(Libya, 17 August 2020) – Although his name and identity were not announced to the media as being part of the delegation, Al-Marsad managed to identify Qatar’s Hamad al-Marri whose full name is Hamad Abdullah bin Fatees al-Marri from the photos of the delegation that accompanied the Qatari Defense Minister to Tripoli, Khalid al-Attiyah—despite wearing a military uniform and covering half of his face with a military cap.

Qatar’s Hamad al-Marri sitting near Qatari Defense Minister to Tripoli, Khalid al-Attiyah at the meeting at Al-Mahary Hotel in the present of the State Council’s Khaled Al-Mishri.

Al-Marri appeared in these pictures during a meeting of the Qatari and Turkish defense ministers with the Head of the High Council of the State, Khaled al-Mishri, at Al-Mahary Hotel, accompanied by the Undersecretary of the GNA’s Ministry of Defense, Salah al-Din al-Namroush.

WHO IS HAMAD AL-MARRI?

Hamad al-Marri was the Qatari officer responsible for the joint Qatari Special Forces, both arming and conducting special operations in Libya in 2011. He was also closely associated with the Emir of the Libyan Islamic Fighting Group (LIFG), Abdel-Hakim Belhaj (also known as Abu Abdullah al-Sadiq), whom he brought to the Bab al-Aziziyah camp on 20 August 2011, as shown in this footage. Al-Marri was later promoted as a reward for his work in Libya with the Islamist insurgents.

At the time, the Qataris showcased Belhaj as the “liberating commander” of Tripoli which aroused the discontent of many revolutionaries, especially the Zintan fighters who knew that Belhaj did not deserve such credit and the completely false publicity given to him by Al Jazeera and various other Islamist networks. The Zintanis were suspicious of the media campaign around Belhaj and as the Libya revolution progressed they were proved right.

One of those who was suspicious of Qatar’s intentions and its role at the time was Osama al-Juwaili who, ironically enough, today was among those who received the Qatari and Turkish delegations that includes al-Marri at Mitiga airport in Tripoli. Some leaders from the Zintan and other cities, and even from the former Transitional Council, its executive office, and even the former regime, accused al-Marri and Belhaj of stealing the Libyan state security archive.

Qatar’s Hamad al-Marri with the Emir of the Libyan Islamic Fighting Group (LIFG), Abdel-Hakim Belhaj and Mahdi Harati in August 2011.

Moreover, al-Marri on the day of the entry into Tripoli in 2011 was carrying his weapon when he reopened the Qatari embassy in Tripoli with other officers of the Qatari forces. Furthermore, he placed the Qatari flag on the monument of the US raid in 1986 located in the headquarters in Bab al-Aziziyah in such a insulting and provocative manner, the footage of which Libyans have never forgotten or forgiven.

 

Al-Marri is also accused in Tunisia of opening suspicious bank accounts to carry out sabotage operations and pay bribes. Since 2017, Tunisia has placed his name on the lists of those banned from entering its territory according to a Tunisian parliamentary investigation.

The Qatari opposition describes al-Marri as the “thug” of the Special Forces and the arm of the Emiri Diwan for secret operations, including funding in various such as Syria through his dealings and support for al-Nusra Front as admitted by Qatar.

Al-Marri also played a prominent role in supporting Operation Libya Dawn with money and weapons, as well as the collapsed Shura Councils in Benghazi and Derna. He is also on the terrorist lists issued by the Arab Quartet on charges of secret communication with the Houthi militia in Yemen, which led to the killing of Arab soldiers while Qatar was part of the Coalition to Support Legitimacy in Yemen before its withdrawal therefrom and later siding with the Houthis and Iran.

Source:https://suriyayahabibati.wordpress.com/wp-admin/post-new.php

Serraj government creaking under pressure: with electricity blackouts, water cuts, youth fleeing to Europe and demonstrating, and municipalities calling for immediate action

By Sami Zaptia.

Libyans are demonstrating against all their failed political and ruling elite in the face of power and water cuts, fuel and liquidity shortages (Photo: Social media).

London, 22 August 2020:

The internationally recognized Libyan government of Faiez Serraj, based in the capital Tripoli, is creaking under pressure of popular discontent as Libyans continue to see it as an ineffective government daily.

With reports that Tripoli-based militias aligned to the internationally recognized Libyan government breaking up demonstrations against the Serraj government by men, on Thursday night a small group of mostly women demonstrated in Algeria Square.

One over seventy-year old lady gave an interview to a local TV channel, usually with a supportive editorial line towards the Tripoli government, which touched a nerve amongst Libyans.

In a mature and considered tone of voice the lady beseeched the Serraj government to not ignore the people and do something about the standard of living crisis in the country.

With successive blackouts and 24-hour power cuts over the last week, Libyan youth have taken to the streets to demonstrate their anger, blocking roads and burning tyres. The tyre burning was partially in anger and partially to provide them with lighting during the extended power cuts.

The irony is that the failed Serraj government has recently resumed university exams and sixth formers are planned to start at the start of September. Students are encouraged not to mix socially with colleagues and urged to revise for exams remotely in their own family bubbles. They are encouraged to revise together in study groups using mobiles and social media – yet with extensive power cuts, this is impossible.

For even those who can afford a large family-sized generator that can run all day and can afford to order-in by phone the diesel to run it at LD 1.50-2.00 / litre, as opposed to the official price of LD 0.35 – can do nothing about operating the mobile phone masts for the needed phone and social media calls.

What has also touched a nationwide Libya nerve is the recent reports of increased Libyan youth now jostling with illegal African migrants to get on the so-called ‘‘death boats’’ to cross the Mediterranean to Europe. An unconfirmed report that at least one boatful of Libyans has capsized with all onboard lost at sea, has caused consternation.

It has, unsurprisingly, in this day and age, led to much social media soul-searching. The brunt of the anger has been directed at the Serraj government, but with the High State Council and parliament (west and east), getting their fair share of lambasting too.

All this with the spread of the Coronavirus in the country out of control. Yesterday, the number of cases passed the 10,000 mark.

People are encouraged to remain at home, but they complain that they need to visit banks to withdraw money, queue for petrol, diesel, cooking cylinders etc. But the banks have a cash crisis and people are forced to keep revisiting banks and queue for long hours – in case liquidity is made available.

The lady interviewed by the Libyan TV channel said they need cash to buy masks and gloves because of the Coronavirus – but the banks have no cash to give out. She said that life was becoming unbearable with Coronavirus, power and water cuts, cash shortages and uncollected rubbish on the streets.

With the war with Hafter looking increasingly over on a permanent basis, the Serraj administration has got no ‘‘we are at war’’ fig leaf to hide behind. His administration and its ineffectiveness have come into focus and under the microscope.

It will be recalled that the Serraj government is perceived as a government chosen by the international community with no local mandate or legitimacy. Legitimacy was meant to be gained through effectiveness and delivering services. However, its failure to solve even one of the myriad of problems of power and water cuts, cash liquidity, rubbish collection, insecurity, fuel and cooking gas shortages etc – has gained it no friends.

On a popular talk show on a local TV station yesterday, local municipality leaders waded into Serraj for failing to solve the electricity problem. They conveyed him as out of touch and insisted he either resolved the power supply problem through the local GECOL company within a short timeline, or purchase it from neighbouring Egypt, or through the hiring of temporary power generators installed regionally – doing away with GECOL altogether.

Source: https://www.libyaherald.com/2020/08/22/serraj-government-creaking-under-pressure-with-electricity-blackouts-water-cuts-youth-fleeing-to-europe-and-demonstrating-and-municipalities-calling-for-immediate-action/

SPECIAL REPORT | Turkish Intelligence in Tripoli Orders Infiltration of Protest Movement

Two official security sources, in addition to a civilian source, confirmed that the Turkish Intelligence Division in Tripoli had directed the infiltration of the spontaneous popular protest movement through loyal elements to call for demands in line with their interests. It also advised them to exploit the existing leadership vacuum to form a leadership for this movement.

(Libya, 25 August 2020) – The sources, who spoke on condition of anonymity, revealed that the Division held a meeting this morning at Mitiga base, followed by another at the Abusitah base with Libyan leaders of armed groups, during which it instructed them to infiltrate the popular movement and alter the course of their slogans and demands. Then, these pro-mobilization leaders ordered their members to participate in civilian clothes.

One of the sources, a high-ranking security official, added that Turkish intelligence is very disturbed by the citizen slogans and chants against Turkey’s seizure and extraction of money from the Government of National Accord (GNA), in addition to paying tens of millions to Syrian or Russians mercenaries. Ankara refuses the condition of removing all mercenaries from Libya, whether those with or against it and is of the opinion that the demonstrations against all mercenaries are against its interests. The demonstrators chanted “No to Turks, no to Russians … we are Libyans and we demand our money”, which the Turks did not like.

He pointed out that the Turkish directives were to reduce chants and slogans against Fayez al-Sarraj, the Syrian mercenaries, and the deterioration of living conditions and raise other slogans, including the demand to immediately reopen oil with the same previous arrangements (i.e. the revenues go to Siddiq al-Kabir instead of going to an independent account under international control). This is Turkey’s goal, to pay the salaries of its mercenaries and extract billions in the name of compensation, as the Turkish presidency has declared today openly.

 

The same sources revealed that the Division also directed that the infiltrating elements of the movement raise slogans against Russia, Egypt, and others and in support of the “Volcano of Anger” and condemn Field Marshal Khalifa Haftar in order to eclipse and overwhelm any slogans or chants against Turkey and its Syrian mercenaries. It aims to silence the spontaneous popular movement that raised its voice against everyone, be they Russians, Syrians, Egyptians, Presidential Council, or General Command.

It also ordered that treatment of the “Volcano” wounded members be among the demands because the continuation of treatment in Turkey means repaying the previous debts accumulating in the hundreds of millions that the Turkish Health Ministry claims in Libya.

Turkish intelligence believes that the best way to confront the expanding movement is to penetrate it, or rather to swallow it, to turn into an apparently popular movement while within the direction of Volcano of Anger only, instead of confronting it by force, provocation, and bullets.

Turkey, as we know, has long experience in suppressing the majority of the protests that erupted against Erdogan over the past years.

Source: https://almarsad.co/en/2020/08/25/special-report-turkish-intelligence-in-tripoli-orders-infiltration-of-protest-movement/

Protests Against GNA Tyranny Turns Deadly as 22 Civilians Killed by GNA Mercenaries

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August 23, 2020 Tripoli, Libya Protestors took to the streets of Tripoli and surrounding cities to protest the untenable living conditions in the city and in the whole of Libya. The city of Tripoli that has been under the control of the so called Government of National Accord (appointed by and supported by the UN) since 2015. Since that time the GNA has not done one government like activity in Libya. The GNA is made up of radicals, mostly Muslim Brotherhood but some Al Qaeda and LIFG. The Libyan people would have never agreed or voted to put such people in charge of their banks, government ministries or other such institutions. The criminals in the GNA were appointed? by someone in a meeting? in Tunisia. The elected government of Libya – the HOR (House of Representatives) rejected a group of men appointed in a foreign country to rule in Tripoli so the UN sneaked them in by the dark of night by boat to Tripoli. Once they landed they were under the protection of Belhaj, the terrorist leader of the LIFG in Tripoli. The GNA having put their feet on Libyan soil were immediately recognized as the legitimate government of Libya by the UN. This recognition was to last for 2 years, but since the GNA has not complied with one article of the so called Shkirat agreement, why should they be bound by the 2 year time limit. The corruption of the GNA regime knows no bounds. The first principle of the Shkirat agreement was to “Ensure the democratic rights of the Libyan people”. Serraj, the man appointed to head the GNA by God only knows who; was a furniture salesman, I am pretty sure he cannot even spell the word democracy. Serraj is of Turkish decent and a full blown PUPPET of the Turkish madman “Erdogan”.

The downhill slide of the living conditions, rights of the people, etc., started immediately after the GNA regime was installed. The situation continues to worsen daily. Billions of dollars of Libyan funds have been “GIFTED” to Turkey without any conditions attached. Billions of Libyan dollars have been paid to terrorist mercenaries brought into Tripoli to secure the criminal activities of the GNA regime and purchase weapons to be used against any Libyan that does not bow down to the Muslim Brotherhood. This is the reason the oil was shut off by the great tribes of Libya. They said we will no longer allow the money from Libya’s oil resources to be used by the GNA and Turkey to kill our people.

Yesterday, August 23, 2020; .as the people of Tripoli took to the streets demanding the removal of Serraj and his criminal GNA radical regime because they have suffered too long now with no electricity, no food, no medicine, no water, no gasoline, etc. – 22 YOUNG PEOPLE were shot and killed by the GNA regime using their terrorist mercenaries – paid for with the Libyan people’s money. The Libyan people demand the removal of all their so called governments – there is no support for the people from any of them and there is no legitimate government in Libya. They call for a country wide election that was promised to them years ago.

WHERE IS NATO NOW? WHERE ARE THE CRIES FOR THE INNOCENT PEOPLE OF LIBYA?

In 2011 the entire country, security and government was DESTROYED by NATO because 2 protestors were shot by Qatari snipers in Benghazi and it was blamed on Ghadafi. Hillary Clinton’s legacy continues in Libya. The people suffer every day with a criminal regime that does nothing except support the theft of Libya to a Turkish madman who wants to reinstate one of the most brutal regimes in the history of the world – the “Ottoman Empire”. The entire destruction of Libya was based on a lie and the continuation of the oppression of the Libyan people by the UN and its minions is a crime against humanity that the world refuses to recognize.

The UN in its report today about the protests in Tripoli barely covers the reasons and the results of the protests. But, if you remember in 2011, the reports of crimes in Libya were embellished to the point of it being worse than Nazi Germany. A small slap on the hand of the GNA that there will be an investigation into the use of force means absolutely nothing will happen. Why is that? Because the GNA is the creature created by the UN. All that is required to help Libya return to a peaceful country is to remove the virus that is making it sick, that virus is the GNA and Turkey. Link to UN report: https://unsmil.unmissions.org/unsmil-statement-protests-tripoli-23-augus…

You will not find one legitimate reports about what happened in Tripoli on August 23, 2020. The national media outlets are reporting protests with some blaming problems on Ghadafi supporters. Again they try to turn the world against Libya with lies. It is the terrorist mercenaries that shot the people – some of the protestors attempted to fight back but in the end the mercenaries are better armed and have no oversight so they kill randomly. You will not see a report of 22 killed in any media outlet.

The list of those killed has been made known in Libya and i will post it below this article.

Another effect of these protests has been an increased urgency by Turkey to take over Libya by force. As the Turkish madman, Erdogan sees his puppet in Tripoli failing and possibly soon to be gone, taken out by the Libyan people, he has begun to move his warships towards the Sirte harbor. The Libyan National Army and the Egyptian army are both on high alert as Turkey has been warned to keep their war ships away from Libya.

Make no mistake, there will be no ceasefire in Libya, it is a red herring. The same dirty game played by the UN during the Berlin talks. When the Libyan peoples army agreed to the terms and pulled out of Tripoli, the Turkish supported GNA did not and claimed a victory over the Libyan army. The LNA will not fall for this again, no matter if Serraj or Saleh of the GNA and HOR respectively, state such things. There can be no ceasefire when your country is illegally occupied and being stolen from on a grand scale by terrorists. You cannot negotiate with terrorists.

Things are coming to a head in Libya, the people are standing against the corruption and terrorists that were planted in their country by NATO and Hillary Clinton. They will take back their country or they will die. The US people had better pay attention, the same dirty tricks are being played on the US citizens today and the results will be the same. It is all part of the New World Order Khazarian Zionists agenda.

Killed protestors

Ancora scontri tra RATTI mercenari che sostengono Al Serraji.

Due incidenti tra le forze di supporto al Governo di Tripoli

Un soldato (mercenario) siriano dell’esercito di Ankara ha confermato che nella giornata di venerdì si sono verificati due incidenti tra le forze affiliate al Governo di Tripoli.

Secondo il giovane siriano, una disputa personale sarebbe sfociata in uno scontro che ha portato alla morte di due siriani appartenenti alla fazione del Sultan Murad, nei pressi di Salah al Din, a sud di Tripoli.

Nel secondo invece, libici appartenenti a gruppi armati locali si sarebbero scontrati ad Ain Zara, nei pressi del college militare. Secondo la stessa fonte, alcuni di loro sarebbero rimasti feriti.

Preso da: https://specialelibia.it/2020/07/18/due-incidenti-tra-le-forze-di-supporto-al-governo-di-tripoli/

Ancora scontri tra i RATTI terroristi che sostengono Serraji.

Tutti i problemi della coalizione anti-Haftar, schermaglie tra le milizie di Tripoli

Successivamente, diversi scontri si sono verificati in varie aree della capitale tra i miliziani della RADA e i rivoluzionari di Tripoli in quello che sembra essere l’ennesimo tentativo di espellerli dalla città da parte degli islamisti, sebbene entrambi i gruppi facciano parte della coalizione anti-Haftar autoproclamatasi ‘Tripoli Protection Force’.

Le schermucce si sono allargate a macchia d’olio raggiungendo anche le aree residenziali di Sabaa e Al-Furnaj nella capitale. Secondo fonti della Presidential Guard, l’arresto di El-China sarebbe stato ordinato dal ministro degli Interni, Fathi Bashagha, dopo le recenti tensioni con le milizie di Haytham al-Tajouri e Nawasi. Va detto che i rapporti tra le gang armate del GNA e lo stesso GNA non sono idilliaci da quando, all’inizio del conflitto, diversi giovani appartenenti alla TRB e all’8va Brigata Nawasi si sono rifiutati di combattere al fianco di terroristi dell’ormai disciolto Ansar al-Sharia, successivamente additati di collaborare con Haftar.

Nel frattempo, la TRB ha rilasciato una breve nota sul suo account Facebook negando le tensioni con l’SDF e ribadendo che le scaramucce sono scoppiate tra i rami che operano al di fuori dei ranghi ufficiali delle milizie, confermando le tensioni per l’assenza di leadership all’interno del gruppo. Va detto inoltre che tra le due milizie esistono delle differenze ideologiche di fondo, l’SDF infatti ha un approccio molto religioso, mentre i membri della TRB non disdicono la compagnia di donne, il gioco a carte, il consumo di alcool e droghe, ampiamente consumati di nascosto.

Tali eventi seguono un altro arresto ordinato da Bashagha di almeno altri due comandanti della TRB, che hanno portato la Brigata a ritirarsi dal fronte di Ain Zara il 21 aprile. Gli osservatori continuano a temere atti di vendetta soprattutto nei confronti delle istituzioni che hanno innescato tali meccanismi.

Preso da: https://specialelibia.it/2020/04/27/tutti-i-problemi-della-coalizione-anti-haftar-schermaglie-tra-le-milizie-di-tripoli/

Il mufti libico incita i giovani a compiere attentati suicida contro l’esercito

17 Aprile 2020

Il gran Mufti libico, Al-Sadiq al-Gharyani, ha sollecitato i giovani tra le forze allineate al Governo di Accordo Nazionale (GNA) ad effettuare operazioni kamikaze qualora queste possano indebolire i ranghi del nemico. In un’intervista televisiva, il controverso imam di Tripoli ha affermato che gli attacchi suicida sono “legittimi ed ammissibili perché molti dei compagni del Profeta si gettarono dalle mura e morirono per aprire il forte”.

Al-Gharyani ha aggiunto che se i giovani tre le file di Serraj sono in grado di lanciare attacchi suicida che provochino un grande impatto, sconfitta o perdita pesante tra le file dell’LNA, allora questo è un progetto che vale la pena provare. Va sottolineato che l’anziano Al-Gharyani non ha basato la sua fatwa, la legge nel diritto islamico che corrisponde ai responsa del diritto romano, sulle parole del Corano o un racconto della vita del Profeta Maometto, bensì si ispira ai principi della Sharia.

La nuova fatwa di Al-Gharyani invita i giovani di Tripoli e gli estremisti siriani ad immolarsi contro il Libyan National Army (LNA) esattamente come i jihadisti dal 2011 fanno in tutta la Libia, attaccando sedi della polizia e avamposti dell’esercito. L’imam è stato già bandito dall’entrare nel Regno Unito per aver incoraggiato gli estremisti nel 2014 nella presa di Tripoli.

Ghariani è fuggito dal Regno Unito nel mese di agosto dopo che il quotidiano britannico ‘The Guardian” ha rivelato che stava trasmettendo discorsi estremisti ai militanti in Libia dal Regno Unito, attraverso la stazione televisiva libica Tanasuh, con cui invitava i giovani ad unirsi alla milizia islamista guidata da Salah Badi, Libya Dawn, responsabile della distruzione dell’aeroporto internazionale di Tripoli e della fuga dell’ultimo Governo eletto nell’est del Paese.

Preso da: https://specialelibia.it/2020/04/17/il-mufti-libico-incita-i-giovani-a-compiere-attentati-suicida-contro-lesercito/

One other RAT is gone: Mahmoud Jibril died in Egypt after contracting the coronavirus.

One of the first traitors of the Libyan people in 2011,Jibril served as the country’s interim Prime Minister for seven and a half months from March to October 2011 during the Libyan February 17 RATSvolution.

Khaled Al Mrimi, secretary of the Alliance of National Forces party, which was founded by Jibril in 2012, said he died in Cairo after spending two weeks in hospital.

Jibril, 68, was appointed head of the National Transitional Council during the February revolution.

Prior to this, he served as head of the National Economic Development Board for the governement before defecting to the National Transitional Council at the beginning of the revolution in early 2011.

In March 2012, he became the leader of the newly founded National Forces Alliance.

Source: Libyanexpress

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