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MANDATORY »» …. and that’s why Egyptians are revolting again!! #Egypt #Morsi #USA #Qatari #Syria #Brotherhood

MANDATORY »» …. and that’s why Egyptians are revolting again!! #Egypt #Morsi #USA #Qatari #Syria #Brotherhood | Saif al Islam | Scoop.it

“Qualis artifex pereo!” “What an artist is now about to perish!” Emperor Nero

These words were the last words uttered before the mad Roman Emperor Nero commits suicide after burning the immortal city of Rome , the question what will be Morsi’s last words before he steps down as president . Will it be “Quae iam peritura philosophorum” which stands for What a philosopher about to perish! hence his Honorary Doctorate degree strangely awarded to him by Pakistanis or will be it be  “Quae iam peritura fascist!” which means as What a fascist about to Perish!

The Islamists and their affiliates are lobbying in the USA and utilizing their outlets like CAIR backed by the Qatari propaganda machine Al Jazeerah International to fabricate blatant lies about the real situation in Egypt. In Many cases the Islamists propaganda machine Al Jazeerah, has been reporting for almost a year that Morsi is the popular president who is fought unfairly by his secular adversaries in Egypt. The latter were always portrayed by Al Jazeerah and their Islamist lobby in USA and UK as being ironically anti-democratic and they don’t respect the will of the people which is the complete opposite.

For over a year through their recently formed viscous lobby in the USA, UK and with the help of the Qatari allies, Muslim Brotherhood attempted to portray themselves as the moderate Islamists who are lenient towards the west and believe in democracy. This claim couldn’t be further from the truth with Morsi consolidating his powers in Egypt to a God-like president worse than any time since 1952. His main allies are former active terrorists like Gamaa Islamiya elements who committed atrocities in Egypt since the 1970s and ending by a massacre of Tourists in Luxor in 1997 killing over 50 innocents and injuring dozens.

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Saudi Arabian Women's Conference... With Not a Woman In Sight

Saudi Arabian Women's Conference... With Not a Woman In Sight | Saif al Islam | Scoop.it
An image of a conference in Saudi Arabia on the topic of “women in society” – with not a single female present - has gone viral.
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#Book of Infamy »» The North Atlantic Treaty Organization and Libya: Reviewing Operation UNIFIED PROTECTOR

#Book of Infamy »» The North Atlantic Treaty Organization and Libya: Reviewing Operation UNIFIED PROTECTOR | Saif al Islam | Scoop.it

On March 17, 2011, a month after the beginning of the Libyan revolution, with up to 2,000 civilians dead, the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) decided on backing a no-fly zone over Libya and authorized “all necessary measures” to protect civilians. While France, Great Britain, and the United States took immediate military action using air and missile strikes, considerations to hand over military actions to the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) emerged within days of the operation. On March 22, 2012, NATO agreed to enforce the arms embargo against Libya; 2 days later, it announced to take over all military aspects of the UNSC 1973. On March 31, 2012, Operation UNIFIED PROTECTOR (OUP) began. OUP turned out to be one of NATO’s shorter, and seemingly also less controversial, missions. Mandated by both the League of Arab States and the UN as the regime of Colonel Qaddafi was launching assaults on peacefully demonstrating citizens, its aim was to protect civilians from the air and sea. Described as a “war of choice” rather than a “war of necessity,” NATO achieved its goals more by accident than by design, according to some critics. The lessons which can be drawn from OUP are both military and political in nature. The overestimation of air power as a result of “no boots on the ground” might be a dangerous conclusion for future cases; the lack of cultural advice very likely prolonged the mission, while the shortcomings in strategic communication gave input to improve an area that is still new to NATO. The operation also highlighted a strategic dimension the Alliance was not ready to perceive—that the Mediterranean, and its Southern states, is likely to continue being a source of instability for NATO, particularly after the Arab Spring. In legal terms, the Alliance faced an important communication gap between its legal, and therefore military, mandate—the legal interpretations of UNSCR 1973 made clear that the operation did not seek to topple Colonel Gaddafi’s regime, let alone assassinate him. Its aim was solely the protection of civilians in a situation of internal conflict, and, therefore, it conformed to the norm of “Responsibility to Protect.” On the political level, heads of NATO member states made contradictory remarks calling for Gaddafi’s departure, thereby compromising the clarity of the mission. Last but not least, the aftermath of NATO’s Libya operation was not planned at all as the Libyan National Transitional Council firmly rejected any military personnel on the ground, even UN observers. As the regime’s security forces had virtually imploded, Libya’s security therefore fell into the hands of the multiple militias which continued to proliferate after the conflict had ended.

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Obama vs Gaddafi: Who is Brave and Who is Scared in Africa? #Gaddafi #Obama #Africa

Obama vs Gaddafi: Who is Brave and Who is Scared in Africa? #Gaddafi #Obama #Africa | Saif al Islam | Scoop.it
A look at the motorcades of Muammar Qaddafi the Revolutionary Leader from Libya who lives in the hearts of millions, and that of Obama, slave to the evil elites, is a clear evidence of who is loved and who is reviled among the popular African masses...
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New video of ‘Islamist’ public beheadings of ‘Assad loyalists’ surfaces in Syria (GRAPHIC CONTENT) #FSA #EU #US

New video of ‘Islamist’ public beheadings of ‘Assad loyalists’ surfaces in Syria (GRAPHIC CONTENT) #FSA #EU #US | Saif al Islam | Scoop.it
A video purportedly showing an extrajudicial public beheading of two Bashar Assad loyalists has been uploaded onto the internet. Its authenticity has been verified by pro and anti-Assad sources, though it remains unclear who is behind the execution.
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Document in Support of the Government of Libya’s Appeal against th “Decision on the admissibility of the case against Saif Al-­‐‑Islam Gaddafi” #ICC #Libya

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Deathtoll from Libyan clashes rises to five, 97 wounded - Reuters UK

Deathtoll from Libyan clashes rises to five, 97 wounded - Reuters UK | Saif al Islam | Scoop.it
Deathtoll from Libyan clashes rises to five, 97 wounded
Reuters UK
The group from the western town of Zintan was disgruntled after another group was given supervision of a drilling operation in the area, officials said.
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AFRICOM commander during Libya attack speaks out - Fox News

AFRICOM commander during Libya attack speaks out - Fox News | Saif al Islam | Scoop.it
AFRICOM commander during Libya attack speaks out
Fox News
The man in charge of US forces in Africa on the night of the terror attacks in Benghazi Libya told his side of the story today. There's apparently did not make the Obama administration.
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Where green refuses to fade #Sirte #Gaddafi #Libya

Where green refuses to fade #Sirte #Gaddafi #Libya | Saif al Islam | Scoop.it
AS THE government struggles to assert its authority over a plethora of ethnic, tribal and party militias, some of them Islamist, others secular, a growing number of...
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Car bomb kills army intelligence officer in Libya's Benghazi - Daily News & Analysis

Car bomb kills army intelligence officer in Libya's Benghazi - Daily News & Analysis | Saif al Islam | Scoop.it
Car bomb kills army intelligence officer in Libya's Benghazi Daily News & Analysis Government forces are still struggling to assert their authority on the major oil producer, but have been regularly challenged by regional militias who want to keep...
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Release of Benghazi Terror Suspect Raises Questions #Stevens #Libya #US #Alsharia

Release of Benghazi Terror Suspect Raises Questions #Stevens #Libya #US #Alsharia | Saif al Islam | Scoop.it
Libya releases key terror suspect allegedly involved in planning the Sept. 11 terrorist attack on US diplomatic mission in Benghazi.
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Armed groups clash in Libyan capital for second day #NATO #Libya #GNC #Tripoli

Armed groups clash in Libyan capital for second day #NATO #Libya #GNC #Tripoli | Saif al Islam | Scoop.it
TRIPOLI (Reuters) - At least two people were killed and 24 wounded in clashes between militias in Libya's capital on Wednesday, highlighting the rivalries behind heavily armed groups that have plagued...
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Vou deixar de jogar no Euromilhões »» Depósitos acima de 100 mil euros poderão pagar resgates bancários

Vou deixar de jogar no Euromilhões »» Depósitos acima de 100 mil euros poderão pagar resgates bancários | Saif al Islam | Scoop.it
Depósitos superiores a 100 mil euros poderão ser envolvidos no resgate de instituições bancárias, decidiram os ministros das Finanças da zona euro.
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Teenager in jail since March for sarcastic Internet comment faces 8 years in prison

Teenager in jail since March for sarcastic Internet comment faces 8 years in prison | Saif al Islam | Scoop.it
A teenager from Texas could spend the next eight years in prison if a court decides that the sarcastic comment he made during an online argument is enough to convict him of issuing a terroristic threat.
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Were British-funded mercenaries protecting Gaddafi in his final moments?

Were British-funded mercenaries protecting Gaddafi in his final moments? | Saif al Islam | Scoop.it
The South African intelligence services are reportedly investigating reports that a British security company was providing protection for Muammar al-Gaddafi when he was killed by rebels.
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Obama's scramble for Africa: US 'stability' has ripped Africa apart

Obama's scramble for Africa: US 'stability' has ripped Africa apart | Saif al Islam | Scoop.it
Obama's scramble for Africa: US 'stability' has ripped Africa apart Mail & Guardian Online Although it touched on "internal separatist or rebel movements" in "weak states", as well as non-state actors such as militias and "warlord armies", it made...
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Spread of Radical Islam in Libya Fails to Deter Oil Companies

Spread of Radical Islam in Libya Fails to Deter Oil Companies | Saif al Islam | Scoop.it
VADUZ, Lichtenstein, June 27, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --http://www.worldreview.infoTwo years have passed since the fall... (RT @Diana_82_: 2years hv passed since the fall of Colonel Gaddafi,yet Libyas conflict is far from over..
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Prosecution’s Response to the Government of Libya’s Request for Suspensiv Effect #Saif #Libya #ICC

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Fear, panic grip Libyan capital as unknown fighters wage battle in Tripoli - CNN International

Fear, panic grip Libyan capital as unknown fighters wage battle in Tripoli - CNN International | Saif al Islam | Scoop.it
Fear, panic grip Libyan capital as unknown fighters wage battle in Tripoli CNN International Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates (CNN) -- A tense calm prevailed over Libya's capital Thursday after days of chaos left at least seven people dead --...
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Libya: Displaced People from Tawergha Barred From Return - Human Rights Watch

Libya: Displaced People from Tawergha Barred From Return - Human Rights Watch | Saif al Islam | Scoop.it
Libya: Displaced People from Tawergha Barred From Return
Human Rights Watch
(Tripoli) – Libyan authorities should allow displaced residents of the city of Tawergha to return to their homes safely.
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Tripoli Violence Kills Ten, Government to Remove Military Camps - Bloomberg

Tripoli Violence Kills Ten, Government to Remove Military Camps - Bloomberg | Saif al Islam | Scoop.it
Tripoli Violence Kills Ten, Government to Remove Military Camps Bloomberg Prime Minister Ali Zaidan said the government and the parliament agreed to “clear Greater Tripoli of all camps belonging to the defense ministry present inside the city,”...
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Libya defense minister removed after Tripoli clashes - Reuters

Libya defense minister removed after Tripoli clashes - Reuters | Saif al Islam | Scoop.it
Libya defense minister removed after Tripoli clashes
Reuters
Underlining the complexity of the situation, Wednesday's violence pitted a separate group from Zintan against fighters from the Tripoli-based Supreme Security Committee (SSC).
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Clashes erupt in Tripoli, bomb kills Libya army officer - GlobalPost

Clashes erupt in Tripoli, bomb kills Libya army officer - GlobalPost | Saif al Islam | Scoop.it
Clashes erupt in Tripoli, bomb kills Libya army officer GlobalPost On Tuesday, a group of gunmen from Zintan attacked the headquarters of the petrol installations guard, for reasons that are still unclear, before other ex-rebels intervened with...
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Tensions high in Libya as capital hit by fighting

Tensions high in Libya as capital hit by fighting | Saif al Islam | Scoop.it
Tripoli (AFP) June 27, 2013 - Tension was palpable in Libya's capital on Thursday, a day after deadly fighting between groups of ex-rebels highlighted the lack of security nearly two years after dictator Moamer Kadhafi fell.
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Pepe Escobar :: Qatar's love affair with Syria

Pepe Escobar :: Qatar's love affair with Syria | Saif al Islam | Scoop.it

This is the ultimate "Friend of Syria". But what is Qatar really up to? Word in Doha is that Qatar may have spent as much as a staggering US$3 billion to make sure "Assad must go". Yet he hasn't gone anywhere. Even the Emir of Qatar, Hamad bin Khalifa al-Thani, deposed himself this week, to the benefit of his son, former "heir apparent" Tamim Bin Hamad al-Thani (see We are all Qataris now, Asia Times Online, June 26, 2013). But Bashar al-Assad stays put. What gives?

Qatar has spent a fortune weaponizing the myriad Syrian "rebel" factions, buying everything from stashes in Libya to new stuff in Croatia, flown as cargo and distributed by Turkish intelligence (there's an alternative weapons flow by Sunni Lebanese connected to the Saudis.) The chief weaponizer is a Qatari general.

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