Tag Archives: Libya

One Year Ago — Libyan intervention based on erroneous assumptions — David Cameron ultimately responsible

“We were dragged along by a French enthusiasm to intervene, and the mission then moved from protecting people in Benghazi, who arguably were not at the kind of threat that was then being presented… Indeed, on the basis of the … Continue reading

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One Year Ago — Former DST Director Yves Bonnet: “Libya NOT responsible for Lockerbie!”

“Let me take, for example, the Lockerbie case and also the case of the Ténéré [UTA] that were blamed on Libya when all Intelligence Services know that these attacks were committed by Ahmed Jibril under the inspiration and funding from … Continue reading

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One Year Ago — Hillary’s Email Reveals Truth about Libya Bombing: Oil and Golden Dinar

“We were dragged along by a French enthusiasm to intervene, and the mission then moved from protecting people in Benghazi, who arguably were not at the kind of threat that was then being presented… Indeed, on the basis of the … Continue reading

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One Year Ago — LIBYA: What is going on?

“After the fall of the regime, Haftar’s ambition worried the new authorities. The inaction of Tripoli in this fight against extremist groups has given him more popularity. After three years of targeted assassinations of security forces, his operations against Islamist … Continue reading

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Remembering the Mysterious Death of General Abdul Fatah Younis Al-Obeidi (1944 – July 28 2011)

“Zidan’s efforts are complicated by the ongoing legal problems of former National Transitional Council (NTC) leader Mustafa Abdul-Jalil, who will be questioned by both military and civilian prosecutors regarding his role in the July 2011 assassination of General Abdel-Fattah Younis, … Continue reading

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One Year Ago — US Lockerbie & MH17 Lawyer: “President Vladimir Putin must be held responsible.”

“Some think MH17 must have been a terrible, inevitable mistake of war. I do not think that is the truth. The facts scream intent and motive. It was a calculated military strike as willful as the killing of one more … Continue reading

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Libya without Gaddafi: After 5 Years of Turmoil, a new US Policy?

“There is some concern that ISIS could use Libya as a springboard to go into Europe.” Michael Maloof — Former Pentagon Official More than five years ago, Libya’s ex-leader Colonel Muammar Gaddafi was killed by the rebels who pinpointed him … Continue reading

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INTEL TODAY DIARY — JUNE 14 2017

A legal ‘dream team’ looking at Trump — What next for Saif al-Islam Gaddafi? — How a crippling shortage of analysts let the London Bridge attackers through — Jeff Sessions denies third meeting with Russia envoy

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INTEL TODAY DIARY — JUNE 12 2017

Gaddafi’s son Saif freed in Libya — Comey hearing: Sessions to testify in response — Can Theresa May use tech to stop terror attacks? — Qatar, accused of supporting terrorism, hires ex-U.S. attorney general

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Phone transcripts between Blair and Gaddafi (25 February 2011)

“The evidence that the Committee has taken so far in this inquiry suggests that western policy makers were rather less perceptive than Gaddafi about the risks of intervention for both the Libyan people and the western interests.” Crispin Blunt MP … Continue reading

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