Libya Newslinks 7-8 November 2011

8 November 2011 —

8 November 2011
Tunisia to extradite Libya ex-PM
BBC News Today at 16:49
An appeals court in Tunis approves the extradition back to Libya of ex-Libyan Prime Minister al-Baghdadi al-Mahmoudi.

Belarus Prepares to Face NATO
Dissident Voice Today at 15:59
On Novermber 4th, President of Belarus, Alexander Lukashenko told reporters in Grodno, that the NATO terrorists who murdered Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi were worse than the Nazis. The President of Belarus said:

The Risk of the ‘Cheap’ Libya Victory Today at 13:20
The Western powers achieved violent ‘regime change’ in Libya under cover of a UN resolution to ‘protect civilians’ and by relying mostly on air power to isolate and then kill Muammar Gaddafi – and doing it all at a much lower price than the Iraq War. But Ivan Eland sees dangers in this ‘victory.’ By Ivan Eland NATO’s ‘victory’ in Libya has sown many seeds of possible future calamity. But none is fraught with as much danger as providing a new ‘war on the cheap’ model for Western nations that…

Will NATO remain after Libyan war? Today at 12:51
Russian political scientist Igor Panarin believes that the Libyan campaign, which ended October 31, demonstrated the weakness of NATO and revealed the military bloc’s potential to collapse. In his article for RT, the…

Libya calls Tripoli-Tehran ties positive
Strategic Culture Foundation Today at 12:17

Arab League ‘non-violent’ plan for Syria wins Russian support Today at 11:44
With images of NATO’s use of excessive force in Libya in the rear-view mirror, Russia is calling for the international community to support a non-violent Syrian settlement plan put forward by the League of Arab States…

Libya’s political color muted in new cabinet Today at 08:26
The future of the new Libyan government remains fragile as it does not represent all political forces in the country, believes Russian Presidential Envoy for Africa Mikhail Margelov.

How did Libya last? (An important reminder)
Mathaba News Briefing (Alerts) Today at 07:01
An important reminder to supporters of Jamahiriya, and an explanation to those who are wondering how six million people could resist the most powerful military forces and deny them a victory

The law case of the century: Indictment against NATO military and political leaders
Mathaba News Briefing (Alerts) Today at 04:06
The military and political leaders of NATO are hereby accused of crimes committed in Libya.

British media uses ‘puppy dog’ imagery to sell genocidal attack on Libya
empirestrikesblack Today at 03:54
by Martin Iqbal.
Warning: this article contains graphic imagery of a very distressing nature.
After devastating Libya and partaking in the murder of an estimated 100,000 Libyan men, women and children, RAF pilots return home to their families in the UK. In a deeply obscene news update, the Daily Mail is literally using ‘puppy dog’ imagery to cynically whitewash the murderous war crimes that these British pilots have committed.

7 November 2011
Libya: ‘U.S. took a back seat’ myth takes another hit as Obama admits Americans flew French jets

empirestrikesblack Yesterday at 22:00
by Martin Iqbal.
One of the many myths of the Libya war is the claim that the Americans took a ‘back seat’. Discerning observers will acknowledge that U.S. niche capabilities such as Predator drones for bombings and intelligence gathering have played a crucial role. On top of this, political skulduggery on the parts of Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton have played a huge part in expediting the war, in tandem with CIA assets on the ground since very early on.(1) These factors, coupled with a very revealing recent development, completely blow the ‘back seat’ myth out of the water.

VIDEO: HMS Liverpool’s emotional return
BBC News Yesterday at 16:58
HMS Liverpool has returned to its home base in Portsmouth after spending seven months on deployment in Libya.

How Gaddafi improved the situation of the Libyan women
Mathaba News Briefing (Alerts) Yesterday at 16:01
Muammar Gaddafi: ‘I promised my mother to improve the situation of women in Libya.’

Dr. Franklin Lamb: LLF (Libyan Liberation Front) growing and planning carefully
Mathaba News Briefing (Alerts) Yesterday at 13:01
Dr. Franklin Lamb: LLF (Libyan Liberation Front) growing and planning carefully
Libya’s Liberation Front is organizing in the Sahel according to Franklin Lamb, with commentary by Dennis South

Rights to remain silent: US quiet on Libyan human rights
Russiatoday.ruYesterday at 07:04
Libya’s post-Gaddafi world is showing a lurch towards radical Islam, with strict Sharia law and Al-Qaeda flags in evidence there. But are the US and NATO truly concerned about it?

Libyans Resist NATO’s Killing Machine
Mathaba News Briefing (Alerts) Yesterday at 02:19
October 6 commentary by Stephen Lendman

A Letter to Ocampo: Operation “Unified Protector” – NATO in Libya
Mathaba News Briefing (Alerts) Yesterday at 01:01
A small collection of the numerous crimes committed by NATO and its rebel terrorists in Libya.

Rockefeller Center Continues to Support the Libyan Arab Jamahiriya… Yesterday at 00:13
For more details, please click on the link to read the article.

NATO’s Action In Libya. “21st Century Vandalism”: Belarusian President 06/11/2011 at 13:30
For more details, please click on the link to read the article.

VIDEO: Libyans celebrate Eid after Gaddafi
BBC News 06/11/2011 at 11:58
Libyans celebrate Muslim festival of Eid for the first time since Colonel Gaddafi was killed. BBC Correspondent Karen Allen reports from St Martyr’s Square in Tripoli.

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