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Libya Rulers Vow “Integration” with Sudan Terror Regime

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posted on Nov, 27 2011 @ 11:11 AM
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After the US/NATO led incursion into Libya and the arming of rebel militants to finish off the job,the NTC has decided to create political and economic ties with Sudan’s genocidal “President” Omar al-Bashir, designated a state sponsor of terrorism by the U.S. government since 1993 and wanted internationally for war crimes.

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The new Libyan regime has promised to pursue political and economic integration with Sudan’s genocidal “President” Omar al-Bashir, designated a state sponsor of terrorism by the U.S. government since 1993 and wanted internationally for war crimes. Libya’s National Transitional Council (NTC) chief Mustafa Abdul Jalil (left) arrived in the Sudanese capital of Khartoum on November 25 for talks with the socialist, Islamist despot ruling Sudan. According to news reports, he was received with open arms.


The Al-Qaeda rebels which assisted the Initial incursion and ousting of Gadaffi had previous relations with Sudan in the past,as a matter of fact after OBL was expelled from Saudi Arabia he set up his new base in Khartoum.

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UNITED NATIONS - Secretary-General Annan's envoy to Sudan, Jan Pronk, warned yesterday that Al Qaeda terrorists are already entrenched in Khartoum, and that if the current force composed of African Union troops in Darfur is replaced too quickly with a more robust force under the U.N. banner, Al Qaeda could "retaliate" against it.

President Bush has suggested NATO could get involved to protect victims of genocide in Sudan. Earlier this month the Security Council backed in principle an American proposal to create a U.N. force capable of halting the atrocities against villagers in Darfur. Estimated at more than 20,000 troops, this force will replace the current 7,000-troop contingency that was sent to Sudan by the African Union


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posted on Nov, 27 2011 @ 12:07 PM
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Yeah.. I wondered how long this talk about take to get rolling. European and NATO command saw Libya as a fine new opportunity to murder an old time pain in the butt and steal the nation's wealth and resources. The locals and rebel support sees Libya as a lynchpin to the coming 21st century Islamic Caliphate. The two are mutually exclusive to an extreme.

Since NATO and the Politicians are a bunch of weak knee'd wussies who couldn't fight a school yard bully without surrendering before the end of things these days, we know where they stand for odds in long term success. Our Arab friends, on the other hand, are ruthless, determined and focused with an intensity that borders on the frightening.

Who do you think prevails here while "integration" with nations like Sudan are on the agenda? I think Northern Africa and the Middle East better make peace with the fact a Caliphate is coming. If NATO and the U.S. are the hope to stop it....it never had much to hold it up in the first place.



posted on Nov, 28 2011 @ 02:14 PM
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Duthel Intelligence Report 2011 Libyan civil war




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