The News Of Libya: October 4th

NATO’s mercenaries surrounded inside the city of Sirte

Latest reports from NATO mercenaries entered the southern city of Sirte, but are surrounded by Libyan snipers causing heavy losses. The NATO forces can not withdraw from their positions because they would be exposed to snipers. At least one hundred to two hundred mercenaries from NATO are trapped inside the city, no additional fighters arrived yet. They are short on ammunition and require the intensification of terrorist operations of NATO. It is still difficult to understand why NATO did not send additional fighters. Maybe they are too busy in the intense fighting taking place in the East, and in the districts of Tripoli

New Official Decision

After agreement in consultation and coordination with the Mujahideen and the leaders of all Libya, it was stated that the city of Bani Walid is now the provisional capital of Libya occupied until the release of Tripoli .. It was also adopted at the same time, the adoption of writing the words “Allah Akbar” on the National Green Flag

13:00 Deratification of Libya: Mahmoud Jibril ?

We have not been able to confirm the information but a rumor that the puppet Mahmoud Jibril, president of the CNT, was the target of an operation deratification at a news conference. Awaiting confirmation.

To be continued …

Source: Angeeverse

Wadah Khanfar, Al Jazeera and the triumph of televised propaganda

Al-Jazeera – the Qatari news channel that in the space of 15 years established itself in the Arab world as an innovative news outlet – suddenly embarked in a vast intoxication campaign to overthrow the regimes of Libya and Syria through any means. As demonstrated by Thierry Meyssan, this was not a conjunctural shift but one that was planned long in advance by individuals who shrewdly concealed their personal interests to the public. Revelations follow …

Wadah Khanfar

Image of Wadah Khanfar

The Qatari-based Al-Jazeera channel announced the resignation of its director general, Wadah Khanfar, and his replacement by a member of the royal family, Sheikh Hamad Ben Jassem Al-Thani on September 20, 2011. Continue reading