After Syria & Iraq Now Libya Wants Russian Support to Fight the NATO & Saudi Backed Wahabi IS Terrrorists

LIbyan Prime Minister Adbullah Al ThaniJNN 08 Dec 2015 Tripoli : Libyan authorities are ready to coordinate efforts with Russia if it starts fighting ISIS terrorists in Libya, according to the country’s Prime Minister Abdullah al-Thani. Continue reading


Irani , Egyptian , UAE , French & Algerian Embassies Attacked , Atleast 40 People Killed in Car Bombs in Libya

Irani Embassy in Libya AttackedJNN 25 Feb 2015 Tripoli  : More than 40 people were killed and 70 injured in car bomb explosions in the eastern Libyan city of Qubbah (El Gubba, Quba) on Friday, parliamentary speaker Aguila Saleh said. Continue reading

US , British and French Embassy Closed , Diplomatic Staff Moved amid chaos and attacks by Militants in Ben Ghazi , Libya

An armed man waves his rifle as buildingJNN 31 July 2014 Ben Ghazi : France has evacuated French and British nationals from Libya amid persisting clashes between government troops and rebelling militias in the North African country. While has already Evacuated its Diplomatic Staff from the US Embassy , and relocated them across the Border. Continue reading

90% Planes at Tripoli Airport Destroyed in an Attack by Terrorist , Needs International Assistance to Curb Terrorism

Tripoli Airport Attack Planes Burned Down. a AlJNN 15 July 2014 Libya is considering a deployment of international force to re-establish security amid a flare-up of violence in Tripoli which saw dozens of rockets destroy most of the civilian aircraft fleet at its international airport. Continue reading

The killer of Top Egyptian Shia cleric ‘Hassan Shehata’ arrested



JNN 28 April 2014 Cairo : The Egyptian forces arrested one of the main killer of top Shia cleric ‘Sheikh Hassan Shehata’ before escaping to Libya on Thursday.

Egyptian security sources have reported the arrest of the principal suspect in the 2013 martyrdom of one of the country’s Shia scholars and leaders.

In a joint operation involving agents of Egypt’s Bureau of criminal investigations, its national security forces and office of security headquarters, the chief suspect in the brutal killing of Hassan Shehata was taken into custody.

According to local Egyptian media outlets and Internet news sites, the suspect, identified as 40-year-old Hamdi Mohamed Borek al-Qalaawi, was caught on Thursday while hiding near the city of Matrouh and just before attempting to flee to Libya.

The suspect was arrested at a checkpoint 8 km away from Matrouh governorate, near the Egyptian border with Libya, a security source said.

According to the case papers cited in Egyptian press reports, Borek confessed that he was illegally heading to Libya to avoid arrest by police.

According to the Egyptian newspaper al Yaum al Sabe, Hamdi Muhammad Muhammad Berik al Jalaawi, 42, arrested before leaving the country to Libya.

According to security forces, he is one of the main killer of Sheikh Shehatah and his companions.

Who is martyr Sheikh Hassan Shehata?

Hassan Bin Muhamad Bin Shehata Bin Mousa al-Anani, Known as Sheikh Hassan Shahate, was born in November 10, 1946 in the small town of Harbit, Markaz Abu Kabir, in al-Sharqiyah province of Egypt.

He was a prominent Shia cleric who had thousands of followers due to his moderate views and his denouncement of radical and extremist movements in Egypt.

He was one of the main religious figures advising the Egyptian army and was an Imam of one of the most important mosques in capital Cairo.

He was well known for telling people about the nature of extremist groups and radical thoughts which are common in Egypt due to powerful presence of radical Salafist groups.

His enlightenment was not welcomed in the ruling system.

In 2009 Sheikh Hassan spent some time in jail under the government of ousted Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak due to his speeches against radical movements harming Islam. 306 of his followers were also detained along with him.

This wasn’t the first time he was arrested; before that he was arrested in 1996 for what the then authorities called desecration of religions.
On June 23, 2013, Sheikh Hassan was brutally attacked at a gathering in the village of Zawiyet Abu Musalam by more than a thousand of Salafist extremists and along with 3 of his companions was harshly beaten to death.

In Egypt, the small Shia population is harassed by the authorities and treated with suspicion, being arrested – ostensibly for security reasons – but then being subjected to torrents of abuse by state security officers for their religious beliefs.

The Arab country has been witnessing a rise in hate crimes against Shias, which analysts believe is due to widespread anti-Shia propaganda by extremist Wahabis aimed at encouraging people to go fight alongside terrorists in Syria.

Critics warn that militant extremists are acting with dangerous impunity.

Murder of Sheikh Hassan

The brutal attack on Sunday (June 23, 2013) in the village of Zawiyet Abu Musalam, near the Pyramids of Giza, came as about 30 Shias were having a meal to mark a religious occasion. Hundreds of young men descended on them in the house.

n online videos of the killings, young men armed with metal and wooden clubs, swords and machetes, beat the Shias on the head and back, trapping them in the narrow entrance of the house.

The Shias beg for mercy as blood streams down their heads and soaks their robes. A crowd pressing around them triumphantly chanting and shouting. Some screamed “You sons of dogs!”

One video shows a young man dragging the motionless and bloodied body of one victim by a rope.

The videos appeared genuine and conformed with Associated Press reporting on the attack.

Afterward, the attackers congratulated each other, one witness, local activist Hazem Barakat, said in written and video account of the events he posted online.

He said that in the weeks preceding the attack, ultraconservative Salafist clerics in the area had been speaking out against Shias.

Raising wave of “hatred violence”

Mobs in rural areas have in recent months lynched suspected criminals amid a rise in gangs robbing motorists and banks.

Police still often don’t act to stop crimes, and the public has grown increasingly frustrated over increasing economic hardships and shortages.

Sunday’s attack, in contrast, seemed a straight-forward unleashing of hatreds.

Egypt’s population of 90 million is overwhelmingly Sunni Muslim, with about 10 percent Christians. The small Shia minority is largely hidden and its size never firmly established, though some estimates put it as small as 1 or 2 million.

“Killing and dragging Egyptians because of their faith is a hideous result of the disgusting ‘religious’ discourse which was left to mushroom,” top reform campaigner Mohamed ElBaradei wrote in his Twitter account.

“We are waiting for decisive steps from the regime and Al-Azhar (mosque) before we lose what is left of our humanity.”

His Dustour Party blamed the president. It said the attack was “a direct result of the disgusting hate speech … escalating and expanding under the sight … of the regime and in presence of its president ( Muhammad Morsi ) and with his blessings.”

Al-Azhar, the world’s primary seat of Sunni Islamic learning said in a statement Monday that it was “terrified” by the killings.

The past few months have seen a dramatic rise in anti-Shia hate speech by Salafis, many of whom are President Muhammad Morsi supporters.

Salafis, a radical movement of Sunnis, view Shias as heretics and regularly denounce them on TV talk shows, websites and in mosque sermons.


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Ousted Libyan PM Flees to Europe

Ex Libyan PM Ali ZeidanJNN 15 Mar 2014 Tripoli : Ex-premier Ali Zeidan reportedly fled to Europe on Wednesday, a day after Libya’s interim parliament in Tripoli voted him out of office for failing to stop an oil export by rebels from eastern Libya.

Maltese Prime Minister Joseph Muscat told the state-owned Maltese television TVM that Zeidan stopped over on the Mediterranean island nation late on Tuesday.

Maltese government sources quoted by Reuters said Zeidan left on board a private plan bound for Germany. This was not confirmed by German authorities.

Zeidan lived for many years in Europe before the 2011 uprising against the late-Muammar Gadhafi encouraged exiles like him to return home.

Libya’s parliament, the General National Congress (GNC), removed Zeidan on Tuesday after rebels holding three key ports in eastern Libya disobeyed government orders and let shipments be handled by the state-run National Oil Corporation.

On Tuesday, the large North Korea-flagged tanker Morning Glory, loaded with crude oil from the rebel-controlled port of Sidra, escaped through a improvised naval blockage imposed by Zeidan. The tanker then entered international waters.The Captain & 8 other crew members were of Pakistani Origin on the Ship.

Last Saturday, Zeidan had threatened to bomb the 37,000-ton vessel if it set sail.

Fighting broke out briefly later on Tuesday in the central coastal city of Sirte, between rebels and pro-government forces.

Caretaker premier

The interim parliament appointed Defense Minister Abdullah al-Thini as caretaker premier for 15 days. The parliament’s speaker, Nuri Abu Sahmain, had been engaged in a power struggle with Zeidan,

Since the 2011 ouster of Gadhafi, Libya has been divided along tribal, regional and political lines, with hardline Islamists opposed to more liberal figures such as Zeidan.

The country has no effective army or police and its Tripoli-based government risks running out of money because of rebel activities.

US & West Imposed War on Libya Made it epicenter of illicit arms trade

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Libya Dis Integrated by Western Onslaught – Al Qaeda’s Safe Heaven

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Libya A Lawless State after the US Led Revolution , after PM the Deputy Spy Chief abducted and Released By Militia Men

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Libya still Burning , as Army Chief Resign ,while 31 People Killed In Benghazi

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CIA & MI6 spending US and UK taxpayers Money funding Drug Trade & Terrorist Organisations

Afghan Farmer collecting Raw OpiumJNN 19 May 2013 Kabul : Afghan President Hamid Karzai, has recently been criticized for taking ‘ghost money’ from the CIA and MI6. The sums With both the CIA and MI6 secretly providing ‘ghost money’ bribes to the Afghan political establishment, it’s likely that Afghans will increasingly support a resurgent Taliban and the drug trade will be further propped up. Continue reading

Libyan Grand Mufti Pressing for UnIslamic Law – By Banning the right of Libyan women to Marry any Muslim of their Choice

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Assassination of US Ambassador to Libya was Pre Planned in Advance , Not Spontaneous


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Sudan rejects US request for Marine Deployment , While Yemeni parliament calls for expulsion of US marines from Sana’a

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US ambassador & 3 Diplomats to Libya killed in and attack by the Protesters against Blasphemous US Movie

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US Govt again using Taliban & Al Qaida to implement their policies in Libyan Govt

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Libyan Chemical Weapons to be investigated and excess to be destroyed

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Longer you take to stand up against Injustice , the Bigger the Price you have to Pay

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Gaddafi's 42 year Old Rule ends , Revolutionaries in the streets of Tripoli

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Gaddafi’s 42 year Old Rule ends , Revolutionaries in the streets of Tripoli

JNN 22 Aug 2011 Tripoli : Muammar Gaddafi was a hunted man on Monday as loyal remnants of his forces made last-ditch stands in the capital while world leaders rushed to embrace the fractious rebel movement as new masters of Libya’s oil riches. Continue reading

Rebel Fighters near to Tripoli , but still a long way to Dethrone Gaddafi

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Libyan mess will be the end of Britain as a world power

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Even after 100Days Nato Air Strikes Gaddafi still in Power & Strong , and still revives his offer of Election to end the crisis

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Conference Held in Berlin to expose the Crimes of Bahrain’s Al Khalifa & Ale Saud’s on their Citizens

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Conference Held in Berlin to expose the Crimes of Bahrain's Al Khalifa & Ale Saud's on their Citizens

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Revolutionaries in control of Most of the Provinces of Yemen , While Saleh defiant of leaving the Presidency , rather trying to create a Civil War

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