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Numerous press reports over the weekend add to the evidence that the Libyan rebels fighting the regime of Muammar Gaddafi are under the direction of American intelligence agencies. Despite the repeated claims by Obama administration officials that the rebels are a largely unknown quantity, it is becoming increasingly clear that key military leaders of the anti-Gaddafi campaign are well known to the US government and have longstanding relations with the CIA.
For better than two weeks there had been a virtual ban in the US media on reporting the name of Khalifa Haftar, the long-time CIA collaborator who was appointed chief rebel commander March 17, on the eve of the US-NATO bombing campaign against Libya. Only the regional McClatchy Newspapers chain reported Haftar’s appointment, and ABC News ran a brief interview with him on March 27. Otherwise, silence prevailed.
Abdel Hakim al-Hasady, described as “an influential Islamic preacher and high school teacher who spent five years at a training camp in eastern Afghanistan” and now “oversees the recruitment, training and deployment of about 300 rebel fighters from Darna,” a city in eastern Libya
Salah al-Barrani, “a former fighter from the Libyan Islamic Fighting Group, or LIFG,” who is Hasady’s field commander
Sufyan Ben Qumu, “a Libyan army veteran who worked for Osama bin Laden’s holding company in Sudan and later for an al Qaeda-linked charity in Afghanistan,” and who “is training many of the city’s rebel recruits.”
Al Hakika website quoted from its reporter in Moscow that a high rank diplomat in the Russian delegation to NATO in Brussels revealed NATO'S plan to invade Syria. The diplomat said that NATO is searching in the Gulf region for a source to finance the plan. The head of the delegation General Dimitri Rozogin revealed in an interview with a Russian news agency on Friday NATO’s plan campaign in Syria” in order to topple Al Assad’s regime and establishing a coastal bridge that can be used later to attack Iran”. Read more
.do nothing and they are manipulating to install puppet governents - intervene and they are conducting illegal wars.
intervene and they are conducting illegal wars