Fighting intensifies in Tripoli as Libyan Government Forces enter CIA headquarters



According to new reports, Libyan Defence forces have captured CIA headquarters, and have managed to retrieve important and confidential documents. Many other strategic locations have been captured by the Libyan Elite forces who are operating in teams of 30.

These documents are crucial for future attacks and assaults against NATO and its mercenaries, it will also reveal important information which will help the resistance stay one step ahead of foreign aggressor.

Other reports suggests that Green flags have been raised up in different locations of Tripoli, residential houses have also raised the Green flag even though it could put their lives in danger.

The population of Tripoli became furious when NATO Mercenaries tortured an innocent Libyan to death (just because he expressed his support for the Jamahariya Government), then killed his 2 brothers for raising the Green flag over his grave.

(source: Ozyism)


The Iraq Baath Party, under the leadership of Izzat al-Douri, said that they join the fight against the Western invaders, led by Muammar Gaddafi

By Dennis South

Libya: Benghazi green banner raised


Friday, 23.09.2011

MSNBC TV received confirmed reports that the green flag of the Libyan Jamahiriya was raised over parts of Benghazi. The green flag was also raised again in many parts of Cyrenaica. There are continuing reports of clashes in Tripoli. This means that the resistance to the aggression of NATO has entered a new phase. NATO mercenary commanders are claiming that all of the rats who attempted to storm Sirte and Bani Walid were killed.

There are no NATO-rebel “rats” on the ground attacking Bani-Walid. The campaign against Bani Walid is now a NATO air campaign. But NATO might be considering the the introduction of mercenary troops that will try to take Bani-Walid.

The same is true for Sirte and Sabha, which are of great strategic importance. The fact that the green flag was raised over parts of Benghazi and throughout Cyrenaica emphasizes Gaddafi’s recent statements reminding the world that the Libyan people, not NATO and not the rebels, are the rulers of Libya. And the Libyan people will never agree to being slaves.

Yesterday, Agence France-Press reported that LDF (Libyan Defence Forces) advances involve the use of Grads, 15 km from Beni Walid, which forced the mercenaries to flee in a panic. Rats, by their own estimates, have lost 1000 terrorists and mercenaries at Beni Walid.

The Women’s Committee of Sabha, Sirte, Bani Walid and other cities have taken up arms to expel the invaders.

China has refused to unfreeze Libyan assets in Chinese banks to TNC.

Iraq. Banned in Iraq, the Baath Party, under the leadership of Izzat al-Douri, said that they join the fight against the Western invaders, led by Muammar Gaddafi.

Libyan resistance

Fighting in Sirte has stopped “for 7 days,” according to the rebels, who claim that they have run out of ammunition.

Sirte, located 370 km east of Tripoli, has, thus far, proven to be an impregnable fortress, bravely defended by the fighters of the Libyan Jamahiriya.

Some of the rebels have retreated towards Benghazi. Others, to somehow gain a foothold, have begun to build, as stated by the rebel commander, Dardef, “a powerful line of defense” 30 km to the east of Sirte, near the town of Sultan. Bulldozers are digging trenches. This is designed to create long-term firing points (dots). The same tactic is being deployed west of Sirte.

NATO aircraft, despite the cease-fire, continue the bombing of residential districts. NATO warships continue a naval blockade of the city in which there is a shortage of food and medicine.

Libya: cry Tuaregs


One of the biggest successes in African politics is Brother Leader Muammar Gaddafi’s alliance with the Tuareg. The Tuareg tribe are a tribe of Berber nomads that inhabit the area that includes southern Libya, Algeria, Mali, Morocco and right up to Burkina Faso to the south.

The Tuareg are one of the last tribes in Africa that Western countries, particularly France, would like to totally colonize. Severe drought did not leave many means of livelihood. So, many of the Touaregs moved south to live in Libya, to work in the oil industry in order to acquire a stable and peaceful life.

In 2005, Gaddafi offered unlimited residence permits for all Malian Tuaregs and Niger citizens in Libya. In 2006, he organized all the tribes of the Sahara region, including the Tuareg, to form a unified force to counter terrorism and drug trafficking.

That is why many hundreds of soldiers came from Niger and Mali to help Gaddafi after the start of the uprising. Their opinion is that they must help Gaddafi. They did it spontaneously out of a sense of duty, as a conditioned reflex.

Recall again that the Tuareg called a meeting with the heads of their tribes from Libya, Mali and Niger. At this meeting, the decision was made to join the war on the side of Gaddafi.

The Tuareg of Mali said that they would go to war against the Malian government if the government supports the rebels or arrests any of Gaddafi’s supporters who are now in Mali. They issued a similar warning and Niger: If you interfere with Gaddafi, we will overthrow your government. Western and Russian intelligence acknowledge that the Tuaregs are, barring none, the greatest experts in the art of desert warfare. So, their warnings to Mali and Niger are taken seriously.

The Tuareg say that they are the lords of the desert, and that they will decide what can be transported and what cannot be transported through the desert. It is said that Gaddafi’s movements are protected by Tuareg fighters.

The Tuaregs said that if they discover food that is destined for the rebels, they will confiscate that cargo and bury the merchants that carry the cargo in the sands of the Sahara. The Tuareg view the presence of European and other mercenaries as a threat to the “rules of movement across the Sahara.”

Gaddafi received the Tuareg. The Tuaregs have dispatched their best fighters to serve as guards for Colonel Gaddafi, who feel that to die for Muammar Gaddafi is a matter of honor.

The meeting in Moscow on Thursday


On Thursday 29 September at 18.00 (6:00 p.m. Moscow Time) at the monument at the Metro in 1905, there will be a rally in support of the Socialist Jamahiriya.

Organizer Internet Blogging Community “for Gaddafi”

(source: Mathaba)



Alrai TV reported heavy fightings inside Tripoli, heavy gunfire and explosions heard. This comes as the Zero Hour is quickly approaching, although NATO has promised to continue the terror operations, it is uncertain whether NATO members states would vote for the continuation of the operations because of the huge economic failures.

Libyans are aware of this fact, and as the Zero Hour approaches, fighting intensifies. Many towns have been liberated within few days as NATO militia factions turn against each other like criminals fighting over stolen bounty.

(Source: Ozyism)




by Mary Edwards

British SAS troops are now operating alongside MI6 and CIA officers close to the front line helping the NATO-rebel rats to coordinate attacks on the areas held by Libyan government troops.

As part of the intensifying attacks for the first time the RAF used a salvo of two dozen Brimstone missiles firing on multiple targets.

A formation of tanks and armoured vehicles was spotted shelling civilian areas in the town of Sebha, deep in the desert south of Tripoli.

The tough defense of the holdout bastions of Bani Walid and Sirte displayed the firepower and resolve of the Libyan resistance. Huge numbers of rebels withdrew chaotically from Bani Walid in a frantic atmosphere amid heavy bursts of rocket fire from the Libyan government forces. And there were no signs on Saturday, September 17 that the rebels planned a swift counter punch.

“This may be the worst front we will see,” said rebel Osama Al-Fassi, who joined other former rebels gathered at a feed factory where they drank coffee and took target practice at plastic bottles. “I don’t think we will have orders to move in today.”

The people of Bani Walid in the meantime are laying traps for the rebels. They covered a road with crude oil and then opened the roads for a team of rebel rats to pass inside. The rats where running together with a camera crew of their own, and when they reached the street the cars slid and crashed into each other. The people of Bani Walid approached the scene and killed the rebel rats. According to the heroic people of Bani Walid … many other surprises are waiting for NATO and the rebel vermin near the city of Bani Walid.

The rebel rats also had to retreat from Sirte today due to fierce retaliation by the Libyan government forces.

A battlefield report about a Mitsubishi pickup is now making the rounds as a cautionary tale.

Last Saturday, Libyan government forces left the vehicle — loaded with ammunition — in a conspicuous hilltop in Wadi Al-Hammar. Rebel rats rushed to claim the prize, but were picked off by hidden marksmen. At least 35 deaths were counted before the rats managed to retreat to safety.

Dr. Ahmed Alsharif, who heads a field hospital in Nawfaliyah, said at least 80 rebel rat fighters have been killed since last Saturday.

In addition tens of thousands of Tuaregs pastoralists living in the Nigerien city of Agadez continue to support the Libyan leader Muammar al-Qadhafi and are crossing into Libya to fight NATO and the rats.

In the city of Ajaylat, where no fighting takes place at the moment, support for Libyan leader Muammar al-Qadhafi and his government runs deep. “In this area, only about 10 percent of people are against Qadhafi,” said Khamis, a 45-year-old businessman, who, like many people here, preferred not to give his family name so he could speak more freely. “Ninety percent are pro-Qadhafi. But at the moment we are in our homes, worried and afraid about what is going on.”

In Ajaylat, the people said they were hoping that Muammar al-Qadhafi makes a comeback and were prepared to fight on his behalf. People here say Qadhafi made his country strong, independent and proud, while NATO and the West are interested only in Libya’s oil. As they sit and sip sweet black tea, loyalists relate the tale of a young man in the town who had not spoken since his birth 20 years ago. Last week he suddenly found his voice. “Victory for Qadhafi” were his only words, they say.

“People want Qadhafi. I can’t deny this,” said a resident named Khaled, 40. “We can’t live under the invasion. Even though they are afraid, in a few days people can fight again — men, women and children.”

Ramzi said people of Ajaylat are refusing to refuel their cars because the rebels are forcing them to drive over a photograph of Muammar al-Qadhafi at the entrance to the main gas station.

“It was an emergency, and I needed some gas, so I was forced to go there,” Ramzi said. “But I only drove over it with one wheel, and I stopped to apologize to the picture.”

Sitting on a carpet under the shade of a tree, the men say they know where Muammar al-Qadhafi is today — and where he will always be.

“He is in our hearts,” they say, almost in unison, tapping their chests with their right hands.

About Marie Edwards
Marie Edwards is an expert on Libyan affairs and a project coordinator for Africa. She resides in New York and may be reached at

(source: Mathaba )