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Dienstag, 2. August 2011

BREAKING: Libyan rebels in total disarray; social momentum building against them; Qatari troops & armoured vehicles sighted on ground

TRIPOLI, August 1, 2011. The Muslim holy month of Ramadan has seen no end to fighting inside Libya. NATO has intensified its bombardment of Tripoli and other major cities. Tens of thousands of fliers have been dropped by NATO from the skies asking the Libyan military to surrender.
The social momentum in Libya against NATO and its illegitimate Transitional Council has been picking up speed.  Mass opposition to the rebels is building up in rebels’ stronghold Benghazi.
Following the assassination of General Abdel Fattah Al-Younes, the commander of the Transitional Council’s armed forces, further divisions within the rebellion have unfolded; the tide has changed dramatically in Benghazi.
The Obeide tribe, which is the tribe of General Younes, has taken arms against the Transitional Council. Mustafa Abdel Jalil, the chairman of the Transitional Council, faced gunfire in his hotel where he held a press conference announcing the death of General Al-Younes. Jalil claimed that the body was lost and made many contradictory statements. He stated that Al-Younes had been arrested for questioning and then was attacked and shot. In reality he was murdered by Transitional Council members tied directly to Washington. His son Ashraf Al-Younes has demanded that the legitimate government in Tripoli bring stability to Benghazi.
There are unconfirmed reports that the chairman of the Transitional Council, Mahmoud Jibril, has fled to Egypt to seek the protection of Field Marshal Tantawi and the Egyptian military junta.
At this point, revolts have broken out against the Transitional Council in cities until their control. Benghazi, Darnah, and Tobruk have all witnessed a social uprising of the local population against NATO and the armed gangs of the Transitional Council.
On July 31 clansmen from Warfallah joined the revolt against the Transitional Council in Benghazi. Some of them took up arms and others demonstrated demanding an end to the illegitimate rule of the Transitional Council.  NATO helicopters intervened, directly targeting the demonstrators. According to reports, about 160 Warfallah clansmen were killed at a peaceful indoor gathering focusing on political actions and group efforts to oust the Transitional Council. The exact figures of those killed by NATO inside Benghazi are unconfirmed. Their bodies were not returned. They are believed to have been buried in unmarked mass graves.
Qatari troops are also on the ground and there is visual confirmation of Qatari armored vehicles inside Benghazi. A Qatari armored vehicle has also been caught on tape in Benghazi fighting against Libyans trying to liberate the city from NATO and TC armed gangs.
Mahdi Darius Nazemroaya reporting from Tripoli is a Research Associate of the Centre for Research on Globalization (CRG).

Samstag, 11. Juni 2011

Rape in Libya

Aljazeera Missuratah - Asamao Mad & criminal acts of rebels

REBEL: She told us "Please this is not our ways or what our faith or our Islam condones. Please why are you doing this?"

REPORTER: And you didnt listen to her?

REPORTER: Because you have no heart or feelings to listen to her, your conscious is dead! I will let the Libyan people watching to analyze or try to understand this because I cant understand it or make sense of it!!! so you cut her breasts off?
REBEL: Yes, and her daughter fainted, and we went back for the rest of the children
REPORTER: And you went out to celebrate?
REPORTER:Tell me about the celebration, how did u celebrate?
REBEL: We put  breasts on a table and we were chanting and saying God is Great.
REPORTER: You can even say God's name? How can you know God?..Ok what table? Tell me about it
REBEL: We got a table and and displayed  breasts we cut off from the girls and women
REPORTER: Tell me more about this celebration..what else did you do?
REBEL: We were drinking alcoholic drinks and had the radio on.
REPORTER: So you were happy?
REBEL: Yes we even had drinks and pastries and desserts
REPORTER: You had food and drinks and pastries laid out?!!!!!!! dear GOD!!!................Tell me do you believe in God? Even though I don't think you have any idea about HIM. You know if you weren't sitting here right in front of me and I am hearing this from you, your confessions, I wouldn't believe it because I don't think any human being can commit such ugliness such as slaughtering, beheading, raping and then mutilating and cutting off the raped women's breasts and then celebrate and dance and have cake afterwards!!!! there is no category in the human race for such an example as the one sitting in front of me now!
part II

REPORTER: Continue 
REBEL: I went back tot he warehouse, changed my clothes and then went back to my checkpoint. Two days later they called us and told us to meet at the court house.
REPORTER: The raping and choping off breats how much did u get paied to do that?

 REBELWe didn't do it for money
REPORER: Then you  contacted by this man called Baset?
REBEL: Yes. We  called to meet at the court and we  told to fill the fire trucks with gasoline, so we did then we returned them to the fire stations.
REPORTER: To fill he gas tank or the water tank?

REBEL: Fill the water tank with gasoline
REPORTER: There are two tanks, the big one that is for water to put out fires, and there is the smaller one for gas...

REBEL: Yes we filled the big ones, the watrer tanks

REBEL: Becase we were told that the army was coming, so the plan was to drive the fire trucks to the army convoies and blow them up
REPORTER:  I see, so you mean when the convoies arrive you would take the fire trucks and blow them up in order to cause as much damage and kill as many of the army as possible???!!

REBEL: Yes exactly
REPORTER: And those men from the army , where are they from??
REPORTER: and where are you from?

REPORTER: How can you do all that?? continue
REBEL: A couple of days later, we  contacted again and  told that a group of people will be coming from Tawergha to get gas and they were captured at the checkpoint because they are from Tawergha and it is known tat people from Tawergha are supporters of Gaddafi so we captured them and took them to the jail in the court house, and the next day we tied them up and took them to the slaugter house.
REPORTER: What? They were alive? 
REPORTER: So these are normal people who just came to fill up their carswith gas and you captured them and took them to the slaughter house?
REBEL: We took them and beheaded them, all of us did, the 6 men from Tawergha
REPORTER: did you chop them off? Or just the heads?

 REBELWe separated the heads from the bodies and put them in the meat locker or freezer then we went back tot he court house and each one of us received a 1000 Libyan dinars. Then I went home, changed my clothes and went back to my checkpoint where forces of the army came from the south , we were told to let them enter the city, there were 4 tanksand a number of jeeps , there was cross fire in the are of SHRAKSA where 8 of the Libyan troops died
REPORTER; and how many of your group died

REBEL :4 of us died
REPORTER; OK continue

REBEL: The army forces retreated, we took the corpses of the deead soldiers back to the court house, there was a tank there set on fire and anEgyptian man by the name of kaled Abu Ziad, he was holding the body of a Libyan soldier
REPORTER: Who is the Egyptian?

REBEL; He was one of us, he works with us, so we gathered the bodies of the dead troops, and one of us , he is from the family Shnesharipped the heart out of the soldier's body
REPORTER: So you cut his chest open??

REBELYES , and got his heart out and the man from Shnesha familystepped on it and stomped it with his shoe (the heart). Then the bodies were taken upstairs, by then we had all gathered around and we were chanting slogans of victory.
REPORTER: Victory for whom? I dont know how to even speak to you..I just can't.. ok ok carry on continue

REBEL: We went back to the slaughter house and put the bodies in thefreezer, then went back and got our money.
REPORTER: So basically any crime, rape, slaughter, mutilation, u get paid for? So basically its a business, you just have to sell your heart and feelings and conscious in exchange... so how much did you get this time?
REBEL: 20,000 Libyan dinars
REPORTER: All this money, and all these amounts you are talking about is for what?

REBEL: It is to encourage and motivate us, to destroy and vandalize andcommit crimes , whoever does that gets huge sums of money, anyway so I went back home to change my clothes then went to sleep, the next morning I headed to the checkpoint where we stayed for about a week, checking and searching who passes through, then we  told to be careful since the army might be coming so we were warned, and the army forces did attack and we ran away and retreated and went into houses to hide.

Donnerstag, 2. Juni 2011

For those who support the Libyan "Opposition" 02.06.2011

English / News
For those who support the Libyan  Opposition Maybe those who refuse to call the Libyan Opposition terrorists and instead continue to accuse the forces of the Libyan Government of attacking innocent civilians - see the photos accompanying this piece - could answer some of the questions posed in this article. If not, then maybe they could ask themselves why they are supporting Islamist terrorists.

Representation of the bodies of the Libyan army by rebels

Die Verbrechen der Aufständischen und al-Qaida in Libyen Teil 2

Die Verbrechen der Aufständischen und al-Qaida in Libyen Teil 1

Media war on Libya

What you dont know about the libyan crisis

Donnerstag, 19. Mai 2011

Mounting Evidence of Rebel Atrocities in Libya


While the International Criminal Court has announced that it is investigating charges of war crimes against Muammar al-Gaddafi and other members of the Libyan regime, harrowing video evidence has emerged that appears to show atrocities committed by anti-Gaddafi rebels. Among other things, the footage depicts summary executions, a prisoner being lynched, the desecration of corpses, and even a beheading. The targets of the most serious abuse are frequently black African prisoners. The ultimate source of the footage appears to be rebel forces or sympathizers themselves.
(Warning: Due to the graphic nature of the videos linked below, viewer discretion is advised.)
What is probably the most harrowing of the clips depicts a public beheading. A man with a long knife can be seen alternately sawing and hacking at the neck of a man who has been suspended upside-down. The victim’s inert body is soaked in blood. The beheading takes place in front of a burnt-out building in what appears to be a public square. The Dutch public broadcaster NOS has identified the location as the main square of the rebel capital of Benghazi.
A crowd numbering at least in the hundreds cheers on the assailants. At one point, a man begins chanting “Libya Hurra!”: “Free Libya!” According to the NOS translation, someone can be heard saying, “He looks like an African.” As the principal assailant begins to saw at the victim’s neck, members of the crowd yell “Allahu Akbar!” Dozens of members of the crowd can be seen filming the proceedings with digital cameras or cell phones. (See clip #1 here or here.)
A second clip depicts a black African prisoner being aggressively questioned and beaten. The man is alleged to be a pro-Gaddafi mercenary. Extracts from the footage have been broadcast on both the Libyan state television Al-Libya and on Al-Jazeera. More complete “raw footage,” which is available on YouTube, shows the beating continuing even after the man is lying face down on the ground, the surrounding concrete splattered with his blood. By way of photographs and identity papers, a video from an unknown source on YouTube identifies the victim as a Libyan citizen and a regular member of the Libyan army. (See clip #2 here.)
Similar footage of rebels demanding a confession from an alleged black African mercenary has also been shown on Western television. It should be noted that even just the mere exposure of a prisoner to “public curiosity” constitutes a violation of the Geneva Conventions – to say nothing of acts of intimidation and abuse or the outright lynching that appears to be documented in the above clip.
A third clip shows a group of prisoners being questioned by an interrogator. Several of the prisoners are wearing army uniforms. A rough English translation has been added to a posting of the clip on YouTube. According to the translation, the interrogator appears to accuse members of the group of having opened fire on civilians. The prisoners insist that they were fired upon and that they only opened fire in self-defense.
As in other clips, a black prisoner is singled out for particular abuse. Barking out accusations, the interrogator hovers over him with what appears to be a sort of machete in his hand. In a later shot, what appears to be the same group of men is seen lying on the ground in pools of blood. Their eyes have been bound and they appear to have been shot in the back of the head. Persons walking among the corpses can be heard shouting “Allahu Akbar!” The footage was shown on a broadcast on Al-Libya television. But the “raw footage” and other apparently related footage is also available on YouTube. The actual shooting of the prisoners is not shown. (See clip #3 here orhere.)
In a fourth clip, men can be seen holding up what appears to be charred human remains to the cheers of an assembled crowd. As in the beheading video, numerous members of the crowd can be seen filming the proceedings on digital cameras and cell phones. One of the “presenters” waves the red, black, and green flag of the Libyan rebellion. So too does a member of the crowd. A second group, again waving the flag of the rebellion, can later be seen parading around what appears to be the same remains on a rooftop. A smaller clump of carbonized matter receives particular attention from the revelers. According to one posting on YouTube, the object in question is the victim’s heart. (See clip #4 here.)
A fifth clip shows two black African prisoners who have been tightly bound from head to foot. Online postings suggest that they were captured by rebels in Misrata: a western Libyan city that was conquered by the rebels near the outset of the rebellion and that is presently the scene of heavy fighting. One of the men appears to be badly wounded; the other whimpers as he attempts in vain to wriggle free from his bindings. (See clip #5 here or here.)
Several other clips, which are available on YouTube, show the corpses of black Africans being publicly displayed and kicked and otherwise abused by “protestors.”
At first glance, it might seem odd that the rebels would document their own atrocities. But given all the indications that the eastern Libyan heartland of the rebellion is a bastion of jihadist militancy, it is in fact not so odd. It is standard jihadist procedure to film beheadings and other sorts of atrocities committed against captured enemy soldiers and hostages.

Dienstag, 17. Mai 2011

War Crimes and the Bombing of Libya

Targeting Infrastructure

War Crimes and the Bombing of Libya

Gen. Sir David Richards, "Britain's top military commander," is proposing that the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO)ganization (NATO) target Libyan "infrastructure," including electrical power grids and fuel dumps, in government held areas.
Frustrated by the two-month old stalemate, Gen. Richards told the New York Times that "The vice is closing on [Muammar el-] Qaddadi, but we need to increase the pressure further through more intense military activity." The British are playing a major role in the bombing campaign, and Gen. Richards was in Naples, the command center for the war in Libya, when he talked with the Times.
The Times went on to write, "The General suggested that NATO should be freed from restraints that precluded attacking infrastructure targets."
Let us be clear what "infrastructure" means: "The fundamental facilities and systems serving a country, city or area, as transportation and communication systems, power plants and schools" (Random House Dictionary, Second Edition).
Now let's see what the 1977 Protocol Addition to Geneva Conventions of 12 August 1949 say on the business of attacking "infrastructure."
"In order to ensure respect for and protection of the civilian population and civilian objects, the Parties to the conflict shall at all times distinguish between the civilian population and combatants and between civilian objects and military objectives and accordingly shall direct their operations only against military objectives."
Part IV, Section I, Article. 48
"It is prohibited to attack, destroy, remove or render useless objects indispensable to the survival of the civilian population, such as foodstuff, agricultural areas for the production of foodstuffs, crops, livestock, drinking water installations and supplies and irrigation works…"
Article 54
"It is prohibited for the Parties to the conflict to attack, by any means whatsoever, non-defended localities…"
Article 59
In short, you can't bomb power plants, electrical grids, water pumping plants, or transport systems that service the civilian population, even if the military also benefits from them. As Article 50 states: "The presence within the civilian population of individuals that do not come within the definition of civilians does not deprive the population of its civilian character."
The pressure to step up the bombing and widen the delineation of targets reflects the fact that the war has turned into a stalemate. "We need to do more," Gen. Richards told the Times, "If we do not up the ante now there is a risk that the conflict could result in Qaddafi clinging to power."
That last statement appears to be a violation of United Nations Resolution 1973, which called for "protection of civilians," a "no-fly zone," "sanctions," a "freeze of assets" and an "arms embargo." Nowhere does 1973 mention regime change and getting rid of Qaddafi.
So are we being dragged into a war whose goals violate UN Resolution 1973, and whose means violate the Geneva Conventions for the Protection of Victims of International Armed Conflicts? It is hard not to answer that question in anything but the affirmative.
Conn Hallinan can be read at

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ثيران ليبيا.. معاملتهم للقتلى والتمتيل بهم

Montag, 16. Mai 2011

mosrata kild short

Mounting Evidence of Rebel Atrocities in Libya

Internationaler Strafgerichtshof

Es ist schon ein Witz, leider ein trauriger, wenn man gegen die Regierung Gaddafi ein Verfahren durch den internationalen Strafgerichtshof durchführen will. Mit einem Lügenkonstrukt , sie hätte auf Bürger schießen lassen, obwohl diese Bürger, besser gesagt, die sogenannten Rebellen, von Anfang an bewaffnet gegen den libyschen Staat vorgegangen sind! In dieser Welt, die sich den kapitalistischen Staaten unterordnen soll, wird das Recht auf den Kopf gestellt. Da sind die USA und die anderen Nato-Länder, die alle Anklagepunkte dieses Gerichtshofes erfüllen, dürfen sich aber ungehindert und straffrei durch die Welt morden!
Kein Amerikaner stand je vor einem internationalen Tribunal, für seine Kriegsverbrechen und Verbrechen gegen die Menschlichkeit in Korea, Vietnam, Afghanistan, Irak oder jetzt in Libyen, in dem dort die Zivilbevölkerung durch die Nato bombardiert wird!

Freitag, 13. Mai 2011

Hornauer, wer war das? Uninteressant!

Diese Soldaten und Polizisten, Staatsbürger in Uniform wie hier in Deutschland, waren in den Händen der "Rebellen", die John McCain als "Ihr seid meine Helden" bezeichnet!!!!

Ich mache den "Fehler", alles zu hinterfragen und Informationen zu sammeln. Momentan bin ich in einem starken emotionalen Zustand, weil ich gesehen habe, was mit Menschen geschieht, die ihre Pflicht als Staatsbürger in Uniform erfüllen. Bestialisch haben sie in den Händen dieser "Rebellen" geendet! Das alles mir Billigung und aktiver Unterstützung der Nato und des Westens. Diese "Revolutionen" sind kein "Eigenprodukt" dieser Länder!
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