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Saif Girlfriend Orly appeal to all: SUPPORT FOR SEIF AL ISLAM GADDAFI September 24th 2012

A mark of a true friend is someone who stands by your side through the good as well as the difficult times. Orly describes Saif as a kind, open minded person. Also please take a moment to read, to share and to sign Saif's petition. Link is below. http://www.thepetitionsite.com/1/surrender-saif-al-islam-gaddafi-to-the-icc/

 

 


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#LIBYA PsyWar.Org - Commando Solo PSYOP/MISO Radio Broadcasting in Libya 2011

#LIBYA PsyWar.Org - Commando Solo PSYOP/MISO Radio Broadcasting in Libya 2011 | Saif al Islam | Scoop.it
Following a rather protracted Freedom of Information Act request by PsyWar.Org the following radio broadcasts, transmitted across Libya by the U.S. Air Force Commando Solo aircraft, have now been publically released.

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Libya PSYOP - 2011 #Libya #NATO #R2p #US #Alqaeda #Feb17Crimes #RedCross

Libya PSYOP - 2011 #Libya #NATO #R2p #US #Alqaeda #Feb17Crimes #RedCross | Saif al Islam | Scoop.it

Ed Rouse retired from the US Army in 1992 as a Major

 

I would like to think that in some very minor way I help shaped Libyan independence propaganda. Back in February, 2011, I received an Email from Luca Venturi, an old friend I knew from an earlier war in the same area of operations:

For your information, I've just been appointed Chief Press Officer of the Democratic Libya Information Bureau of the Citizens for a Democratic Libya.

I did not understand exactly why I received this letter until I realized that the press officer was a gentleman I knew from an earlier war in the same area of operations. We continued correspondence and he mentioned that the Libyans had liberated the whole of Cyrenaica and were fighting for Tripolitania against the Army and mercenaries from Niger, Chad, Liberia and Zimbabwe. He said that rumors mentioned Gaddafi using pilots from Serbia and Belarus. On the bright side, he was happy to say that the International Committee of the Red Cross had entered Libya to provide all the needed medical assistance to their people. We discussed the meaning of the American fleet movement off the coast of Libya and what action it might take.


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Jack Straw accused of misleading MPs over torture of Libyan dissidents [AKA TERRORISTS] #Libya #Belhaj #UK

Jack Straw accused of misleading MPs over torture of Libyan dissidents [AKA TERRORISTS] #Libya #Belhaj #UK | Saif al Islam | Scoop.it

"Jack Straw, the former foreign secretary, and Sir Mark Allen, a former senior MI6 officer, have been cited as key defendants in court documents that describe in detail abuse meted out to Libyan dissidents and their families after being abducted and handed to Muammar Gaddafi's secret police with the help of British intelligence.

The documents accuse Straw of misleading MPs about Britain's role in the rendition of two leading dissidents – Abdel Hakim Belhaj and Sami al-Saadi – and say MI6 must have known they risked being tortured. They say British intelligence officers provided Libyan interrogators with questions to ask their captives and themselves flew to Tripoli to interview the detainees in jail.

They recount how Belhaj was chained, hooded, and beaten; his pregnant wife, Fatima Bouchar, punched and bound; how Saadi was repeatedly assaulted; his wife, Ait Baaziz, hooded and ill-treated; and their children traumatised, as they were abducted and jailed in Libya following tip-offs by MI6 and the CIA in 2004.

Belhaj and Saadi were leading members of the Libyan Islamic Fighting Group, which opposed Gaddafi. Belhaj became head of the Tripoli Brigade during last year's revolution and is a leading Libyan political figure. They are suing Straw, Allen, MI6, MI5, the Foreign Office, the Home Office, and the attorney general, for damages for unlawful detention, conspiracy to injure, negligence, and abuse of public office. It is believed to be the first time such action has been taken against a former British foreign secretary. (...) "

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Libya Then And Now - Warfalla Man #Libya #Baniwalide #Warfalla #Gaddafi #GNC #Alqaeda #Feb17Crimes

People are afraid to say anything its just all round fear! I hear today a road was opened to Bani Walid from trhonaa. Obviously this is precarious and could ...
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BaniWalide Video ::: دليل على أستخدام يهود مزراطة غاز محظور ضد سكان بنى وليد

ليبيا المحتلة ----------- مليشيات اليهود مزراطة المسلحة تترك ورائها الكثير من "كمامات" الغاز بعد أن أضطروا للإنسحاب من منطقة وادي المردوم يوم الإربعاء الماضي...
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GRAPHIC PHOTOS :: Libye - Les photos des victimes de la barbarie des rebelles de Misrata (13 octobre 2012) #Libya #R2P #Baniwalide

GRAPHIC PHOTOS :: Libye - Les photos des victimes de la barbarie des rebelles de Misrata (13 octobre 2012) #Libya #R2P #Baniwalide | Saif al Islam | Scoop.it
Libye - Les photos des victimes de la barbarie des rebelles de Misrata (13 octobre 2012) à lire sur Algéria ISP. Tous les articles sur l'actualité en Algérie sont sur Algéria ISP.
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This Art. Is a Fallacy :: Saif Al Islam Gaddafi on Trial: The ICC Has No Business Usurping the Government of Libya

This Art. Is a Fallacy :: Saif Al Islam Gaddafi on Trial: The ICC Has No Business Usurping the Government of Libya | Saif al Islam | Scoop.it
What use does it serve the Libyans to ship their accused to The Hague when their national tribunal assures us that it is capable and willing to render justice both for the accused and Libyan?

 

"The International Criminal Court (ICC) has recently heard opposing arguments on issues surrounding the Court’s indictment of Saif Al Islam Gaddafi, son of former Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi; and Colonel Abdullah Al-Senussi, former head of the Libyan Military Intelligence. Gaddafi and Al-Senussi are accused of two counts of crimes against humanity. The bone of contention between the ICC and Libya is a question of jurisdiction — who should try the two accused? The answer lies at the heart of the Rome Statute, and for many International Law Scholars, the matter should not even have reached a hearing before the Court.

At the heart of the Rome Statute, which established the ICC, is the Principle of Complementarity. Paragraph 10 of the preamble and Article I of the Rome State emphasize that the ICC shall be complementary to national criminal jurisdictions. It is very clear that preliminary jurisdiction over the accused falls within the national criminal jurisdiction of Libya. Most international lawyers are very surprised, then, that the ICC is consistently trying to usurp jurisdiction from a sovereign state.

Article 17 of the Rome Statute states that the Court shall declare a case inadmissible when the case “is being investigated or prosecuted by a state which has jurisdiction over it,” and “unless the state is unwilling or unable genuinely to carry out the investigation or prosecution,” the Court has no business predetermining the strength of the tribunals of sovereign nations.

Libya has emphasized its willingness to investigate and prosecute the accused for crimes committed at home, and the ICC is insistently trying to usurp the case. The ICC is determined to put the Libyan judicial system on trial even before the country has a chance of proving its commitment to democracy and justice. It makes a bad precedent that an international institution such as the ICC is basically trying to predetermine the ability of a sovereign nation to administer justice when there are no facts to doubt that the accused will not have a fair trial in Libya. ... "

 

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This art. Ignores the Facts:
1st: Libya wasn't a popular revolt; was an invasion by Nato that Sponsored Cruel & Brutal Terrorists.
2nd: Libya is now Governed by Terrorist Militias. Just investigate a Little and you will discover that ppl voted in a Party but ppl of that parties are been replaced by Alqaeda Heads.
3rd. Libyans LOVE SAIF. FACT

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Mohamed Al Magarief & NFSL & attempts to kill Gaddafi - #Libya #Gaddafi #Magarief #CIA #US

Mohamed Al Magarief & NFSL & attempts to kill Gaddafi - #Libya #Gaddafi #Magarief #CIA #US | Saif al Islam | Scoop.it
There are many articles about Mohammed Al Magarief , now president of the National Congress of Libya , and  repeatedly say how many times he  escaped attempts on his life. This portrait  is hagiographic , therefore incomplete.
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Deep Inside Libya With Nothing but an iPhone #Libya #War #Photos #Photography #iPhone

Deep Inside Libya With Nothing but an iPhone #Libya #War #Photos #Photography #iPhone | Saif al Islam | Scoop.it
A photojournalist armed with a smart phone captures the scars and new hopes of the revolution-torn nation.
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Libya: To tell a lie, and to tell another lie #Libya #Stevens #Benghazi #Alqaeda #Hillary #Obama #GNC #US

Libya: To tell a lie, and to tell another lie #Libya #Stevens #Benghazi #Alqaeda #Hillary #Obama #GNC #US | Saif al Islam | Scoop.it

"(...) Does anyone believe for a minute that Secretary Clinton did not assess requests to deploy large numbers of American security personnel to Libya as political hot potatoes? If fulfilled, this might have led to events similar to ones that unfolded in Somalia under her husband’s watch unfolding in yet another place where we see a large and growing al Qaida presence.

After Secretary Clinton’s boss — ostensibly with Secretary Clinton’s encouragement — elected to deploy covert operators to train Libyans in the uses of weapons and tactics no doubt similar to those used to kill four Americans in Libya on September 11, why would Clinton want to see a large presence of uniformed U.S. servicemen in Libya?

The presence of U.S. soldiers might invite aggression from many anti-American Libyan elements — some of whom the U.S. may have just trained a year earlier.

It would be a lie to say that the situation that came to pass on September 11 in Benghazi — where months earlier an al Qaida flag was flown above a courthouse regarded to be the seat of the Libyan Revolution — is not a major political problem for Hillary Clinton’s boss.

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Waheed Burshan speaks to Al Jazeera - #NTCKillers #Alqaeda #Terrorists #NTC #Justice SAif #Gaddafi

http://www.FaceBook.com/LifePartnerMarriageBureau Waheed Burshan, a former member of Libya's National Transitional Council, tells Al Jazeera's Shiulie Ghosh ...

 

WHO ARE THE KILLERS OF LIBYAN PEOPLE? Waheed Burshan should put himself on the Lists. And at least stop to confuse Libyans Civilians with Terrorists Libyan Militias.

 

It's shameful. 

 

Pls Check how Benghazi Doctors acted, and decide by yourself how to classify their acts. And think: Rebels did unimaginable things http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pXSyXSiXclU

 

Why they insiste to call this individuals Libya-n people.

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Bani Walid Council Member Explains - Historical & Foreign Players Make the conflict #HumanRights #UN #US #BW #Baniwalide

Voice recorded on 10th Oct. Video from the 7th of Oct when Bani Walid was hit by Grad rockets, like most days.
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.:Middle East Online::Save Bani Walid to Save Libya :.

The siege of Bani Walid, 180 km, south west of Tripoli has been in place for nearly two weeks now. It was publically authorized, encouraged and approved by Libya’s newly elected General National Conference GNC. Reports from inside the city speak of increasingly depleted supplies of food, water, and other necessities. Sporadic indiscriminate rocket bombardments are daily routine especially round the east of the city. Al-Mardoum valley, the closest to the front line have so been under daily fire killing five civilians and injuring a dozen so far. Libyan rights groups joined hands their international counterparts in condemning the siege calling on the Libyan authority to lift it immediately. Amnesty International in particular has been at the forefront of calls to lift the siege and allow supplies to enter the city as well as free movement of people into and out of the Bani Walid.


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#LIBYA A Chicago Man Assists The Rebels Of Libya - CBS Chicago #Libya #Alqaeda #Terrorism #US

#LIBYA A Chicago Man Assists The Rebels Of Libya - CBS Chicago #Libya #Alqaeda #Terrorism #US | Saif al Islam | Scoop.it
A suburban Chicago area businessman is just back from a harrowing experience assisting the rebels seeking to oust the Gadhafi regime in Libya.

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Libya S.O.S.: There is no Sirte any more

Libya S.O.S.: There is no Sirte any more | Saif al Islam | Scoop.it

"Let me correct what you just have said in here... Sirt is not been destroyed, it is been erased human wise and construction wise. There is no Sirt any more. I am trying so hard to explain to people what has happen there, no matter how much i speak or write, i can never give % 5 from what really has happened in real life. I lived it there day by day. I wish that I have died and not lived with all sort of bad pictures and thoughts in my mind." 

SIRTE today 13.09.2012.
Unlimited curfew in Sirte since yesterday night 'cause lot of clashes between people originated from Warfallah and Misurati in downtown.
Accding hospital source : yesterday night, two militaries injuried. One by explosive bullet. He's in a critical situation the other was injuried by a friendly shot. He's fine. Chief of national mobile forces in Sirte confirmed the last one #libya
25K refugees live in #Sirte without any help from Govt - reports @Maryline_Dumas who was in Sirte earlier today.

School in Sirte Photo by @Maryline_Dumas

= "I wish I died and did not see Sirte" “@Maryline_Dumas: child's drawing
https://twitter.com/Maryline_Dumas/status/257207965206052864/photo/1

Libya Sirte [15/16/17/18/19/20/ 22/23/24...30 September 2011. ] War cime of NATO and NTC rebels http://libyasos.blogspot.gr/2011/09/libya-sirte-1516-september-2011-war.html

* NATO SLAUGHTERING CHILDREN IN SIRTE - "To the Libyan people: this is your chance." Obama said. [22. September 2011. Sirte, Libya] -

http://libyasos.blogspot.com/2011/09/nato-slaughtering-children-in-sirte-to.html

* Massacre in Sirte . Video shows Libyans alive, photos show them dead - DISTURBING IMAGES , WATCH THEM IF YOU NEED TO IDENTIFY SOMEONE http://libyasos.blogspot.com/2011/11/disturbing-images-watch-them-if-you.html

REASON FOR LIBYAN REBELION - THIEVERY 1. Stealing golden ring from a dead man 2. Stealing from the pockets of dead libyans before burrying them in a mass grave (videos) -> http://libyasos.blogspot.com/2011/10/reason-for-libyan-rebelion-thievery.html

The Pentagon chief called the NATO intervention a "remarkable achievement" - http://libyasos.blogspot.com/2011/10/where-is-human-rights-watch.html

 

 


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AMNESTY - Libyan authorities urged to protect Bani Wali residents from clashes | Amnesty International #Libya

AMNESTY - Libyan authorities urged to protect Bani Wali residents from clashes | Amnesty International #Libya | Saif al Islam | Scoop.it

"Libyan authorities urged to protect Bani Wali residents from clashes


Amnesty International today has called on the Libyan authorities to ensure that Bani Walid residents are protected from reckless fire, and that movement to Bani Walid is not arbitrarily restricted. The call was issued against the backdrop of armed clashes in the eastern outskirts of Bani Walid, and after a civil society delegation travelling to Bani Walid with the aim of resolving the tensions there was prevented from reaching the city.
According to local residents and doctors, armed confrontations in the area of Mardoum on the eastern outskirts of the city resulted in three deaths among Bani Walid residents on 10 October. Among the dead are nine-year-old Mohamed Mustafa Mohamed Fathallah and his 25-year-old uncle, Abdel Azim Mohamed al-Mabrouk. According to their relatives, the two sustained fatal shrapnel injuries at around 4pm on 10 October, while sheltering in the house of a relative in the neighbourhood of al-Nahr, also in the eastern outskirts of the city. Relatives told Amnesty International that the victims had fled their own home in the area of Mardoum –site of the confrontations – to seek safety, and were standing about 2.5 metres away from the house when fatally injured.
On 12 October, a large delegation composed of some 120 civil society activists and tribal leaders was prevented from reaching Bani Walid by a group of armed men, reportedly from the Libya Shield forces and other militias, at a checkpoint some 60 kilometres away from Bani Walid on the main road from the capital Tripoli. Two members of the delegation told Amnesty International that the delegation was not allowed to proceed despite having authorization from Mohammed Magariaf, the president of Libya’s parliament, the General National Congress (GNC). The purpose of the visit was to assess the situation on the ground, visit detainees, and hold discussions with the Bani Walid local leadership. Members of the delegation told Amnesty International that the ensuing verbal altercation between members of the delegation and the armed men manning the checkpoint, led the latter to fire into the air to disperse the convoy.

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الجرائم البشعة في بني وليد .#GRAPHIC Video From Baniwalide - #MisrataCrimes #GNC #Libya

فيديو يظهر الجرائم البشعة في مدينة بني وليد بواسطة المليشيات المسلحة التي تحاصر المدينة منذا أكثر من أسبوعان وتمنع عن أهلها الدواء والغذاء وتقصف بالصواريخ وا...
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The 4th Media » Hillary Clinton Sends Lackey to House Committee to Cover Her Involvement in Benghazi Attack

The 4th Media » Hillary Clinton Sends Lackey to House Committee to Cover Her Involvement in Benghazi Attack | Saif al Islam | Scoop.it

"Reading from a prepared statement, Patrick Kennedy, Under Secretary of State for Management, told the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee that criticism of the US government’s response to US Ambassador J. Christopher Stevens’ death and the attack in Benghazi was the fault of the Obama administration.

The mainstream media is calling the attack a “mission in Benghazi would have overpowered even a reinforced security detail.”

Official Eric A. Nordstrom, regional security officer who served in Libya for 6 weeks from September 2011 to July 2012, said to the Committee that “the ferocity and intensity of the attack was nothing that we had seen in Libya, or that I had seen in my time in the Diplomatic Security Service.”

Nordstrom asserts that Benghazi security was weak and there was an increased concern. In fact, when Stevens requested that the State Department provide more security for him in Libya, he was denied. Since Hillary Clinton, US Secretary of State, is ultimately responsible for providing diplomatic security, she would have had to refuse that request. (...) "

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Libye - Un convoi de plus 800 pickups de rebelles de Misrata se dirige vers Bani walid (13 octobre 2012)

Libye - Un convoi de plus 800 pickups de rebelles de Misrata se dirige vers Bani walid (13 octobre 2012) | Saif al Islam | Scoop.it
Libye - Un convoi de plus 800 pickups de rebelles de Misrata se dirige vers Bani walid (13 octobre 2012) à lire sur Algéria ISP. Tous les articles sur l'actualité en Algérie sont sur Algéria ISP.
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Saif Al Islam Qadhafi & The ICC #Saif #Gaddafi #ICC #Libya #Zintan #GNC #HumanRights

http://www.thepetitionsite.com/1/surrender-saif-al-islam-gaddafi-to-the-icc/?fb_action_ids=10151072898165838&fb_action_types=og.recommends&fb_source=message&...
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Chemical Weapons Again Used in Attacks on Bani Walid #Libya #Misrata #GNC #BaniWalide #HumanRights

Chemical Weapons Again Used in Attacks on Bani Walid #Libya #Misrata #GNC #BaniWalide #HumanRights | Saif al Islam | Scoop.it
This time the pro-occupation media are acknowledging the commission of further crimes against humanity after ignoring the usage of chemical and other illegal weapons on cities refusing to surrender to the U.S.-led occupation of Libya last year.
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LIZZIE PHELAN: The unanswered question: After the west's bombs, what next in Libya? #Gaddafi #GNC #Libya

LIZZIE PHELAN: The unanswered question: After the west's bombs, what next in Libya? #Gaddafi #GNC #Libya | Saif al Islam | Scoop.it

"Whether or not you are or were pro or anti Gaddafi should not have prevented anyone from asking the obvious questions, and there are some Libyans I know who would describe themselves as "anti-Gaddafi" before the crisis, but when they asked themselves this question and thought about it rigorously, it lead them to the conclusion that despite them not liking Gaddafi, he was the best thing for Libya.

And the question is...what would replace the government lead by Gaddafi?

The whole nature of the discourse on Libya has been clouded by decades of information manipulation, whereby Libya has overwhelmingly only been spoken about externally when Gaddafi is the subject (in a context whereby he is always criminalised).

As such the whole of Libyan society has come to be personified by this criminalised man, a society which is made up of people who are either with him or against him, as though there was no variance of analysis amongst the Libyan people about their country, its history and its direction. This has lead to the nuances in Libyan society being totally ignored let alone understood.

Two of those nuances are the tribal construction of the society and the regional (African, Arab and to a lesser extent Mediterranean/Ottoman) religious and political dynamics that influence that society. (...)

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The Great Pepe Escobar :: Romney sings Da Doo War War #Syria #Russia #Romney #Israel #Syria #Chavez #Qatar

The Great Pepe Escobar  :: Romney sings Da Doo War War #Syria #Russia #Romney #Israel #Syria #Chavez #Qatar | Saif al Islam | Scoop.it

" It's time for the 3am question. A crisis erupts - or is manufactured - in some turbulent part of the world and putative US President Mitt Romney must rise to the occasion. What is a gallant server of the 47% to do to save the free world?

An inkling of 47% Mitt's foreign policy vision was offered by his speech in Virginia early this week. [1] Some have called it Mission Impossible. But no, this is not Lalo Schifrin territory. Too cool. [2]

With all due respect to grandmaster Phil Spector, this is more like the Wall of Sound.

So here's how Mitt is going to save the Empire from decline. Move

over, Crystals, and say hello to Mitt's version of Da Doo Ron Ron [3] : Da Doo War War.

Yeah, my heart stood still
Wall of Sound Mitt could also go roots and do a Slim Harpo/Yardbirds take on Got War If You Want It. [4] But Da Doo War War is more appropriate to his family man image. Got Iraq? Da Doo War War; none of this "abrupt withdrawal of our entire troop presence" nonsense. We're going after anything that moves - Sunnis, Shi'ites, al-Qaeda, Eye-ranian spies, Sadrists. Who cares if we can't stay legally? We stay illegally. And if anyone complains, we reinvade.

Got Af (without Pak)? We stay there way beyond 2014. And with all our nuggets in the Empire of Bases intact. For Mitt, "the route to more war - and to potential attacks here are home" is…to wage endless war. None of this nonsense of a "politically timed retreat that abandons the Afghan people to the same extremists who ravaged their country and used it to launch the attacks of 9/11". Mitt, though, has not released any details of how he plans to prosecute Enduring Freedom Forever. ..." 

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War Crimes in Bani Walid 10 Oct - Military Explained - a little Graphic #Libya #HumanRights #Misrata #GNC #Children

With the Misrata militia 40 Kilometers away - their firing is pretty inaccurate - and the ability to hit them - when you cannot even see them is difficult - ...
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