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The campaign named “Physical Liquidation of the Stray Dogs” by the regime included the assassination of the Libyan journalist Mohamed Mustafa Ramadan and the Libyan lawyer Mahmoud Abduassalam Nafe in London in April 1980. The Libyan student Ahmad Abdussalam Burgeah was also killed and his body mutilated, in Manchester, in November 1980. Furthermore, the Libyan dissident Ali Buzaid was killed in his shop in Central London, in November 1995 when Musa Kossa was head of the Libyan intelligence service and responsible for such activities.
The final step was slipped to you recently by Tony Blair (the very close friend of Israel), according to the statement made by your son Saadi to the writer and commentator David Owen last Friday. Blair let slip in his conversation with you that NATO was preparing to invade Libya. This drove you to open wide the doors of the arms and ammunition stores to the tribes believing that they will be defending the country.
Wake up, halt your actions and disappoint the schemers. Do not be the instrument for executing their plans and punishment. Beware you and your sons and tribe not to be recorded in history as the tools employed by the Zionists to turn Libya into an inferno in punishment for their departure from it and denial from its wealth.
“It was possible for Gaddafi’s forces to enter and destroy Benghazi after a few hours of intensive bombardment by the tanks and heavy guns that were heading towards it. The regime would have subsequently hung hundreds of revolutionaries, as is their normal practice for dealing with opponents as evidenced in 1976 and 1984. However, European intervention prioritised the saving of the city by answering its inhabitants cry for help, before destroying air defence installations.”
“This intervention for Benghazi has demonstrated the good intentions of the Europeans and the seriousness of their desire to help.” But he added, “The situation in Tripolitania was, and still is, different. The aircrafts and missiles were busy targeting the air defence installations and some insignificant locations while Misrata and Zintan were left to face intensive bombardments by Gaddafi’s tanks, guns and Special Forces in an uneven confrontation, in spite of cries for help from the inhabitants of those two cities.”
On October 10, 2005, the United Kingdom's Home Office banned LIFG and fourteen other militant groups from operating in the UK. Under the United Kingdom's Terrorism Act 2000, being a member of a LIFG is punishable with a 10-year prison term. The Financial Sanctions Unit of the Bank of England acting on behalf of HM Treasury issued the orders to freeze all their assets
A motion to defer action on a draft resolution contained in the report of the Credentials Committee on acceptance of the credentials of representatives of Member States was defeated by a recorded vote of 107 against to 22 in favour, with 12 abstentions. Earlier this week, the Credentials Committee recommended that the National Transitional Council, formed this past February in the wake of popular protests against Colonel Muammar al-Qadhafi’s Government, represent Libya in the General Assembly — speaking and voting on its behalf.
In an interview with the Italian newspaper Il Sole 24 Ore, Mr al-Hasidi admitted that he had recruited "around 25" men from the Derna area in eastern Libya to fight against coalition troops in Iraq. Some of them, he said, are "today are on the front lines in Adjabiya". Mr al-Hasidi insisted his fighters "are patriots and good Muslims, not terrorists," but added that the "members of al-Qaeda are also good Muslims and are fighting against the invader".
In an interview with the Italian newspaper Il Sole 24 Ore, Mr al-Hasidi admitted that he had recruited "around 25" men from the Derna area in eastern Libya to fight against coalition troops in Iraq. Some of them, he said, are "today are on the front lines in Adjabiya".
On 3 November 2007, LIFG formally merged with Al-Qaida. The merger was announced via two video clips produced by Al-Qaida’s propaganda arm, Al-Sahab. The first clip featured Usama bin Laden’s deputy, Aiman Muhammed Rabi al-Zawahiri (QI.A.6.01), and the second featured Abu Laith al-Liby, who then served as a senior member of LIFG and a senior leader and trainer for Al-Qaida in Afghanistan
Originally posted by mnmcandiez
reply to post by christina-66
What theories? I'm getting my information from state documents... that I linked in my first post
Here's a screen shot from the official UN site!~!~!
I'm just repeating what the UN says.....
DO YOU SEE THAT!?~
Associated with Al-queda and Osama Bin Laden.