Syria: Terrorists are Preparing Another Big Massacre

For the past week the terrorists have been threatening the government, that unless the government forces refrain from attacking them, the next massacre will be bigger than ever. 

Terrorist Free Syrian Army

Source: Friends of Syria

Terrorist Facebook pages have evidence of them planning something big and they are making no secret of the fact. USA is now packing arms and waiting for that massacre as an excuse to intervene. As today is Friday we think that this may happen today. The Syrian people are living in fear of this happening and are waiting for the terrorists to do something big, that they can blame on the Syrian government so that the USA have an excuse to invade, just like in Iraq.

One source says “The FSA  attacked Al-dmair airbase yesterday. They were in large numbers but our brave army eliminated them after long hours of fighting. The want to attack Damascus at any cost. I don’t understand where all those thousands of terrorists come from? How do they enter and where have they been hiding all this time?”

The USA are now getting more frustrated that their invasion of Syria is not going to plan so the dialogue coming out of America is getting stronger by the day, even though EU, Russia and China are looking for a peaceful end to the violence. Hillary Clinton, McCain and others are threatening invasion.

Any invasion of Syria by the USA will start WW3 and the USA which has never been attacked is intent in invading every country it feels they can pillage resources from. If the USA keep going along this route, they will become the most hated country on this planet and the world will turn against them.

The USA plans are now abundantly clear to the world now.

Algeria shows NATO the door

Algeria is at risk of seriously damaging the relations with the countries of NATO. It would seem that in the past 20 years, this country has become a leading partner of the West in the fight against terrorism in North Africa. The events of the last year in Libya, in which Algeria nearly openly supported al-Gaddafi, have clearly shown that serious complications have emerged in the relations between the partners.

The Algerian leadership was repeatedly asked for an explanation with respect to the support of the Colonel. In November, after the death of Gaddafi the relations between the former partners in the fight against terrorism were marked with additional complications. Algeria banned the U.S. and France to carry out flights of unmanned aerial vehicles over its territory. This affected nearly all countries of the Sahel and infringed upon their sovereignty.

The Americans and the French tried to reason with the Algerian side that it was necessary in the fight against terrorism and the spread of weapons from Libya. However, the Algerian President Bouteflika has remained adamant, pointing out that Algeria was coping well with the terrorist threat. Continue reading

Rumours of Khamis Gaddafi’s capture close to Tunisian border

Khamis Qaddafi is currently organizing and leading the resisting fighters throughout Libya, there has been continuous rumours about his martyrdom in the battle field, but non of the rumours was ever true. Even pro resistance networks such as Arrai TV was wrong about his martyrdom. It was widely believed that Khamis Qaddafi was martyred at 29/11/2012 when NATO bombed his vehicle, but this has never been confirmed.

New rumours spread that Khamis had been captured near the Tunisian border, Mustafa Abdul Jalil in a press conference denied the claims and said they were baseless and nothing but rumours.

Source: Ozyism

Biggest success? NATO proud of Libya op which killed thousands

With Gaddafi dead and its “military job now done,” NATO has declared its campaign in Libya one of the “most successful in NATO history.” However, untold casualties and a country devastated by war call into question the alliance’s notion of success.

Coming through on last week’s promise to end military operations in Libya, on Friday NATO Secretary-General Anders Fogh Rasmussen declared the military operation in Libya would be wrapped up on October 31, the Associated Press (AP) reports.

His announcement came a day after the United Nations Security Council passed a resolution to lift the no-fly zone over Libya.

Speaking from Brussels, Rasmussen said that following the death of Gaddafi, military operations were able to wind down quickly, noting triumphantly that “Operation Unified Protector is one of the most successful in NATO history,” as cited by AP.

US President Barack Obama was equally full of praise for the operation.  Speaking on the popular late night talk show The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, Obama told the host operations in Libya “only cost us a billion dollars” and no US troops were killed or injured.

The price of success

Speaking on March 31, Bishop Giovanni Innocenzo Martinelli, Apostolic Vicar of Tripoli, reported that “the so-called humanitarian air raids have taken the lives of dozens of civilians in various areas of Tripoli.”  The senior cleric went on to say “in the district of Buslim, a building collapsed because of the bombing, killing 40 people,” as cited Continue reading

Libya’s new Liberation Front organizing in the Sahel

By Franklin Lamb

“Sahel” in Arabic means “coast” or “shoreline”. Unless one was present 5000 years ago when, according to anthropologists, our planets first cultivation of crops began in this then plush, but now semiarid region where temperatures reach 125 degrees F, and only camels and an assortment of creatures can sniff out water sources, it seems an odd geographical name place for this up 450 miles wide swatch of baked sand that runs from the Atlantic Ocean to the Red Sea.

Yet, when standing along its edge, the Sahel does have the appearance of a sort of dividing shoreline between the endless sands of the Sahara and the Savanna grasses to the south. Parts of Mali, Algeria, Niger, Chad, and Sudan, all along the Libyan border fall within this supposed no man’s land.
Today the Sahel is providing protection, weapons gathering and storage facilities, sites for training camps, and hideouts as well as a generally formidable base for those working to organize the growing Libyan Liberation Front (LLF). The aim of the LLF is to liberate Libya from what it considers NATO installed colonial puppets. The Sahel region Continue reading