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NATO's not so ‘friendly’ fires in Libya


Guest Adnan Darwash
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Guest Adnan Darwash

The Islamists, Jihadists, Salfists and Muslim fundamentalists preach anti-USraeli sermons while they continue to implementing the ‘crusaders’ designs. The Gheddafi government persecuted the Islamic fundamentalists and forced them to either leave Libya or end up in jails. As a result, Al-Qaeda rank and files were crowded with Libyans. In Iraq the suicide attacks by Libyans were second only to those of the Saudis and the Jordanians. Right now, the bearded fundamentalists are seen training and fighting side by side with the British, US and French special-forces and the secular Libyans recruited from a number of European capitals. The Pentagon and the CIA have already warned against giving the fundamentalists a role in post-Gheddafi Libya and drafted a plan to get rid of them whenever the tide turns in NATO's favour. According to one observer, the fundamentalists get separated from the rest of the groups during prayers time. This has helped NATO-led advisors on the ground to identify them and to giving them assignments where they can be easily picked up and eliminated by the so-called ‘friendly fires’. The blind fundamentalists never learn their lessons as America will either kill them or abandon them after the need for their services was ended. Similarly, in post Mubarak Egypt, the Muslim Brotherhood, who has been receiving financial aids from the CIA, started to play the game by the American rules. One can easily state here that the Islamists fools will never learn.

Adnan Darwash, Iraq Occupation Times

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Guest Greenzen

I do hope the regimes in Iran and Syria take another course and stop killing citizens that do not share their outdated beliefs in government as well.

 

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Guest Adnan Darwash

I do hope the regimes in Iran and Syria take another course and stop killing citizens that do not share their outdated beliefs in government as well.

 

 

In addition to Syria, one mustn't forget Bahrain, Yemen, Jordan, Morocco, Iraq, Israel and Oman. I am not sure why Iran needs to be included unless one wants to please the USareli criminals. In Iran, there was a peaceful transfer of power from moderate Dr Khatemi to hardliner Dr Ahmedinejad. Naturally the USraeli criminals were unhappy as they wanted another Shah.

Adnan Darwash, Iraq Occupation Times

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Guest HUMAN

You ARE becoming very tiresome.

 

 

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In addition to Syria, one mustn't forget Bahrain, Yemen, Jordan, Morocco, Iraq, Israel and Oman. I am not sure why Iran needs to be included unless one wants to please the USareli criminals. In Iran, there was a peaceful transfer of power from moderate Dr Khatemi to hardliner Dr Ahmedinejad. Naturally the USraeli criminals were unhappy as they wanted another Shah.

Adnan Darwash, Iraq Occupation Times

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Guest Desert Rat

Hey Adnan,

Your Iranian. I have been reading about the power struggle between the supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei and President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. Which of the two do you think might be the Islamic Antichrist?

 

 

http://www.thenational.ae/thenationalconversation/comment/the-world-can-only-watch-as-iran-implodes-from-within

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Supreme Leader, Ayatollah Khamenei is the fabled Seyed Khorasani. President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad is Khamenei's faithful Shoeib (sidekick). Together the two destroy Israel and bring peace to the world. Where is the comic book?

 

 

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  • 2 months later...

The Obama Administration Deserves Credit for this one. It's a REAL feather in there Cap.

 

 

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Congratulations to the Libyan People. I Honestly did not think you would be able to pull it off.

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Guest C. Reaves

One thing I read yesterday.. that several GOP congressmen are now criticizing Obama for not 'doing enough'.. 2 months ago they were threatening impeachment for joining NATO in this thing.

 

Now whether someone agrees, dislikes, or likes Obama.. that's not the issue here. In my opinion, this is just hypocrisy. One day threatening to fire the guy for getting involved... the next day.. saying he didn't do enough. LOL Our boys on the hill are just a riot. ;)

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Guest Adnan Darwash

Libya is not Iraq but the US-made ‘constructive Chaos’ is familiar!

Has the US really learned lessons from Iraq?

The NATO-led attack on Libya is reaching its final phase with the disappearance of Mumar Al-Geddafi from the scene and the collapse of his regime. It reminds many of the collapse of the Iraqi Government, the arrival of US tanks in Baghdad on April, 09, 2003 and the disappearance of Saddam. Like Saddam, the US will declare that the violence will continue until he is caught. And similar to Iraq, hundreds of Libyans with dual nationalities, suspicious agendas, doubtful, background arrived with empty sacks to betray and sell the country and to loot its resources through corruption and unscrupulous practices. And like in Iraq, the army and security forces will be disbanded while French, UK, US and Israeli agents will carry out a campaign to liquidate some anti-Western elements, to install their own financial and economic experts allowing them to get a lion share of the country oil and to ensure that development projects are carried out by their own respective companies. After over eight years, Saddam has gone but Iraq remained without security while the infrastructure and public services are one million times worse than when Saddam was in power.

America and its Western allies are not known for having a humanitarian agenda or on a mission to spread democracy and freedom. The politicians are on the payroll of big business and Libya will suffer the same fate of Iraq. Has any one heard of an American politician supporting democracy and freedom for the Palestinians living in Israel? Saddam and Geddafi were brutal dictators that had to go. But agents of US-led Western powers will fill their pockets and disappear.

Adnan Darwash, Iraq Occupation Times

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Guest Samuel Galifankos

Let's hope not. I do not foresee the U.S. bringing in troops. This is more like the Baltic War. For the last 20 years the Democrats use a soft air attack strategy with UN Peacekeeping forces, while the Republican rely more the U.S. military for attack and peacekeeping.

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