A new report has begun to spread its wings with claims that a French secret serviceman, acting on the express orders of Nicolas Sarkozy, was responsible for the killing of former Libyan dictator Colonel Qaddafi. Advertisements
The murder of four Americans in Libya and mob assaults on the United States’ embassies across the Muslim world this month have reminded many of 1979, when radical Islamists seized the American mission in Tehran. There, too, extremists running wild after the fall of a pro-American tyrant had found a cheap way of empowering themselves.
As investigations widen in the case of the recent assault in Benghazi that left US Ambassador John Stevens and three other Americans dead, new intelligence suggests the attack was tied to al-Qaeda, and particularly an associate of Osama bin Laden. It has been suggested ever since the September 11, 2012 attack in Benghazi that terrorists… Continue reading Bin Laden driver suspected of organizing killing of US ambassador in Libya
LOS ANGELES — The search for those behind the provocative, anti-Muslim film implicated in violent protests in Egypt and Libya led Wednesday to a California Coptic Christian convicted of financial crimes who acknowledged his role in managing and providing logistics for the production.
Colonel Muammar Gaddafi was wanted dead so his secrets would die with him. So insists Mahmoud Jibril, the man who led the NTC uprising to overthrow Colonel Gaddafi’s regime, in an exclusive interview with RT. “Too many parties who have real interests that Gaddafi doesn’t talk, that he should be silenced forever,” Mahmoud Jibril told RT,… Continue reading Too many powers wanted Gaddafi dead – NTC head
Envoys of Nigeria’s president are in negotiations with elements of the Islamist insurgency behind an onslaught of attacks that has destroyed government buildings and killed hundreds of people, according to senior officials. The envoys have engaged with leaders of the Boko Haram militant group whom they view as less hostile, more pragmatic and harboring legitimate… Continue reading Nigeria: FG in talks with #BokoHaram
Muammar Gaddafi’s daughter has asked the prosecutor of the International Criminal Court (ICC) whether an investigation has been launched into the killing of her father and brother. Aisha Gaddafi’s lawyer Nick Kaufman said on Wednesday that he had written to ICC prosecutor Luis Moreno-Ocampo asking for more information on the October 20 killing of the… Continue reading Gaddafi’s daughter seeks probe into his death
Sanctions against Syria and looming prospects of an intervention into the country are drawing ever more parallels with the war in Libya. But as it turned out, the “facts” used to wage a “humanitarian war” on Tripoli, underwent almost no verification. “There’s no evidence to justify the humanitarian war in Libya,” is the conclusion of filmmaker and… Continue reading Libyan in(ter)vention: False facts fatal for Gaddafi
A US Congressional report says Nigeria’s militant Islamist group Boko Haram is an “emerging threat” to the US and its interests. Boko Haram has carried out a spate of bombings, including in the capital, Abuja, as well as in the mainly Muslim north where the group originated. The report said it may be forging ties… Continue reading US Congress warns of Nigeria’s #BokoHaram
Following the removal of the secretary-general of the Libyan National Congress, Muammar Gaddafi, a new front opened up in the American information war. Syria’s closeness to Iran is not to the liking of the United States and Europe. Syria sits in a central location for energy shipments, and for the oil pipeline from Turkey to… Continue reading Libya yesterday, Syria today: Who’s next?