Libyan Rebels are al-Qaida Affiliates

In March 2011, the United States and NATO sent airplanes to Libya, to enforce a no-fly zone set up by the U.N. They bombed places that they believed were controlled by Gadhafi. Without eays those bombs killed over a few hundred people. Western powers claiming that they are help protecting civilians but end up killing civilians.

The civilians they mean here are Libya rebels only. Rebel leaders said “If we don’t get more help from the West Gadhafi’s forces will eat us alive.” Rebels even mentioned that they would let Western powers control the oil if they get the power in Libya. Up to March 28, 2011 rebels got good momentum. They pushed further west to retake more territory that had been controlled by Gadhafi and weakened by Western air strikes. Those places produce oil.

In the whole process no one told us the background of those rebels. All we know is that they against the dictatorial government in Libya. We were not told that the dictator, Gadhafi, provided free college education, free medical care, free housing and good employment insurance and a low price for oil for his people in the last twenty years. We don’t know if those rebels represent most Libyans.

It is said the most active rebels, Libyan fighting Group (LIFG) was banned worldwide as affiliate of al-Qaida by UN 1267 committee. LIFG aims to esteblish an Islamic state in Libya and view the current Qadhafi’s regime as oppressive, corrupt and anti-Muslim according to Canadian security intelligence service. According to the report from Italian newspaper II Sole 24 Ore an important rebel leader, al-Hasidi, admitted that he once recruited 25 people to fight in Iraq and Afghanistan for al-Qaida. He said the Libya rebels are good Muslims. He also believes that al-Qaida are fight against invaders.

In the last ten years American spent one trillion dollars to chase Bin Laden and his al-Qaida people to get revenge for what they did on 9.11, 2001. Now the Unite States are helping al-Qaida to take power in Libya. Who will control Libya makes no difference to me. In my mind I even believe that we should let the al-Qaida people settle down omewhere instead of chasing and killing them. I just feel funny that those people who consider they can do anything in this world actually don’t know what they are doing.

Before Libya was bombed, Gadhafi gave a letter to Obama calling Obama my son and released six American correspondents they had captured. Their friendly greeting was ignored by the United States. As a Nobel Peace Prize winner Obama launched a civil war in Libya to help al-Qaida people without the permission of the U.S Congress. I cannot wait to see the ending of this show: when the Libyan rebels and people celebrate their victory some people will hit their heads against the wall because they were once supporting radical Muslims. If our government considers that defending democracy is more important than anti-terrorism they should at least let us know.

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