Muammar al-Gaddafi Urged to "Give Up" by British PM

ThirdAge  16 September 2011
By Caitlin Bronson

Muammar al-Gaddafi and his followers still fighting in Libya need to "give up” because NATO’s mission will continue "as long as it is necessary,” said British Prime Minister David Cameron. According


Colonel Gaddafi’s son spent thousands 'cavorting with prostitutes and taking drugs in £11m London mansion'

Daily Mail 15 September 2011
By Hugo Gye

A playboy son of Colonel Gaddafi spent thousands of pounds on drugs and prostitutes while staying in a multi-million-pound London mansion, according to his bodyguard. Saadi Gaddafi, third son of


Gadhafi's son finds refuge in luxury villa  15 September 2011

NIAMEY, Niger — His father's whereabouts remain unknown, but the third son of Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi has found refuge fitting his playboy image — a luxurious guesthouse next to the


First time in history Western democracies created an Islamic state

Azerbaijan Business Center  14 September 2011

Baku, For the first time in the history the NATO forces operating from the UN technical sanction have established an Islamic state on the place of the destroyed "tyranny". The head


Libya: The War for Radical Islam, and a Defeat for the United States

Hudson New York 13 September 2011
By Guy Milliere

This is the first time in history that Hamas, Hezbollah and the Muslim Brotherhood welcome what is supposed to be a « victory » for Western forces.

It is the presence of members of Islamic-terrorist movements among Libyan « rebels » --as well as the many atrocities committed by « rebel » forces against black Africans -- that the mainstream media are now largely ignoring.


Erdogan expected to lambast Israel on Cairo trip

Jerusalem Post 13 September 2011

Turkish PM looks to solidify status as leader of Muslim world; J'lem officials see muscle flexing in Med. aimed as much at Cyprus, as at Israel. Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan arrived


Amnesty: Libyan rebels may be guilty of war crimes

Houston Chronicle 13 September 2011

BRUSSELS — Rebels fighting to topple Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi committed unlawful killings and torture, Amnesty International said in a report released on Tuesday. The 100-plus page


Kadhafi forces fight back, Amnesty rebukes new regime

FRANCE 24 13 September 2011

A defiant Moamer Kadhafi has vowed to fight until victory as his forces launched surprise fightbacks on three fronts. China, which opposed the NATO campaign backing the anti-Kadhafi forces,


Remembering Muslim Colonialism on September 11

Canada Free Press 8 September 2011
By Daniel Greenfield

Anyone who cared to dig through the graveyards of Sudan already knew that Muslims mattered more than Africans to us. The sky full of jets that we dispatched to bomb Yugoslavia on behalf of Muslim terrorists never clouded the skies of Khartoum. But they did show up to bomb Tripoli so that Islamist thugs could begin torturing and murdering Africans.


Honor Killings: Moderate Muslims Must Move to "Execute the Executioner"

Family Security Matters 7 September 2011
By Lt. Colonel James Zumwalt, USMC (ret)

It is disheartening to hear a high profile personality make a statement on political issues about which he knows nothing—only giving his outlandish observation visibility due to his celebrity status.


Libyan 'extremist’ Britain allowed to stay was link to al-Qaeda in Iran, papers show

The Telegraph 5 September 2011
By Richard Spencer

An Alleged Libyan extremist who sought political asylum in Britain regularly travelled to Iran from 2002 to provide forged documents to extremists linked to al-Qaeda, secret files found in a Tripoli


Venezuela, Nicaragua and Cuba Still Support Gaddafi

Hudson New York  5 September 2011
By Anna Mahjar-Barducci

Venezuela, Nicaragua and Cuba continue to be the staunchest supporters of the Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi. Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez and Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega have both declared


Libyan rebels preparing to take Gadhafi stronghold

Salt Lake Tribune  5 September 2011
By Roy Gutman and David Enders

Supporters of Moammar Gadhafi fired on "Free Libya" forces Sunday as they advanced on one of the last strongholds of the ousted leader, quashing hopes for a peaceful handover of the town, the rebel


Female bodyguards say Gaddafi and sons raped them

Ya Libnan 1 September 2011

Five women who were part of Muammar Gaddafi’s elite team of female bodyguards have reportedly claimed they were raped by the deposed Libyan leader. According to the Sunday Times of Malta, the former


Islamists' role evolving in Libya

USA Today  1 September 2011
By Oren Dorell

Radical Islamists are among the leaders of rebels who have toppled Tripoli and are hunting down Moammar Gadhafi but their influence can be blunted by the West before they gain power and pose a threat


Libyans mark feast without Gadhafi, but war not over

China Post 1 September 2011

Libyans delighted at Moammar Gadhafi's downfall celebrated the end of Ramadan feast on Wednesday, even though the ousted leader remains on the run and forces loyal to him are defying an ultimatum set


Liberating Libya for Jihadists

FrontPage Magazine  31 August 2011
By Bruce Thornton

The fall of Muammar Gaddafi is making some in the West giddy with the usual "Arab Spring” wishful visions of democracy and freedom flourishing throughout the Muslim Middle East, even as the last


Father slit throats of three daughters in 'honour killing' after they were raped by Gaddafi's troops

Daily Mail Online 31 August 2011
By Liz Hazelton

A father slit the throat of his three teenage daughters in an ‘honour killing’ after they were raped by Gaddafi loyalists during the siege of the port city of Misrata. Allegations of the shocking


Gadhafi close to capture, final attack planned: rebels 31 August 2011

Libyan rebel leaders say they are close to capturing Moammar Gadhafi, and they have issued a stern ultimatum to the deposed strongman's followers: give up or face a vicious attack. "Sometimes to


NATO After Libya: A Threat to European Stability

Chronicles Magazine 30 August 2011
By Dr. Srdja Trifkovic

More than two decades after the end of the Cold War, NATO is an obsolete and harmful anachronism. It has morphed into a vehicle for the attainment of misguided American strategic objectives on a global scale. Its mutation from a defensive alliance into a supranational force based on the nebulous doctrine of "humanitarian intervention” started with the air war against Serbia in 1999 and was completed with the Libyan intervention in the spring and summer of 2011. NATO in its mature form is beyond redemption or reform. It should be disbanded.

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