By : ( Thierry Meyssan )
The Arab Spring in Libya If Washington plans to overthrow the Allied regimes like Ben Ali and Mubarak without resorting to war then the matter differs from them in both Libya and Syria which are governed by Gaddafi and President Bashar al Assad
After teaching the democratic language to the dictators of the Gulf monarchies ,after the reorganization of Al-Jazeera and the resettlement of American companies in Libya, the Brotherhood member (Mahmoud Jibril) became the head of the “revolution” against the same regime he had served until recently.
In early February 2011, while the Hosni Mubarak was still president of Egypt, the CIA organized in Cairo launching more operations through a meeting that brought together various players, including NED, represented by the Republican Senate, John McCain, and the Democrat. Joe Lieberman), and in France represented by (Bernard Henri Levy and the Muslim Brotherhood).
As for the Libyan delegation, it was headed by the Brotherhood member, Mahmoud Gabriel (who trained the Gulf leaders and reorganized Al-Jazeera).
He entered the hall as the second man in the Libyan government, but *left it as a leader of the opposition against the “dictatorship”.
He will no longer return to his lavish office in Tripoli, and he will have to join Benghazi in Burqa.
The Syrian delegation included Anas al-Abdah (the founder of the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, which its administration later came to the so called Rami Abdel Rahman), and his brother Malik al-Abdah (director of Barada TV, an anti-Syrian TV channel, funded by the CIA).
Washington has issued the necessary instructions to start civil wars, both in Libya and Syria.
On (15) February, Professor (Fathi Treble), a lawyer for the families of the victims of the Abu Salim prison massacre in (1996), wandered in the city of Benghazi, confirming that the local prison was burning, calling on the families to free the prisoners.
He was briefly arrested, and then released the same day.
On the following day, (16) February, always in Benghazi, protesters attacked three local police and national security stations as well as the Attorney General’s office.
The police killed six of the attackers while defending the internal security weapons stores. At the same time, other riots broke out in the city of al-Bayda, located between Benghazi and the Egyptian border, during which they attacked police stations and internal security headquarters, and took over the (Hussein al-Jawayfi) barracks and the military air base, Abraq.
The assailants seized large quantities of weapons, then beat the guards and hanged a soldier. In seven other cities, other less serious incidents occurred in a coordinated manner.
Then these attackers declared their affiliation with the Libyan Islamic Fighting Group (the Libyan Islamic Fighting Organization – Al-Qaeda).
They are all either current members or former members of the Muslim Brotherhood. Two of these leaders were subjected to brainwashing at Guantanamo, according to Professor Albert D Biderman ‘s and Martin Seligman’s techniques.
In the late 1990s, the Islamic Fighting Group in Libya attempted to assassinate Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi four times in a row at the request of the British Intelligence Service (MI6) and waged a guerrilla war in the Fezzan Mountains.
However, at that time the movement was harshly suppressed by Major General “Abdel Fattah Younis” and forced to leave the country.
Since September (2001) the movement has been placed on the list of terrorist organizations by the United Nations Resolution 1267 Committee but still has an office in London, under the umbrella of British intelligence (MI6).
In 2004, the new leader of the Libyan Islamic Fighting Group, Abd al-Hakim Belhadj, who fought in Afghanistan alongside Osama bin Laden in Iraq, was arrested in Malaysia in 2004, and then transferred to a secret CIA prison in Thailand, where he was injected with a serum of truth ( sérum de vérité) and was tortured.
Belhadj was returned to Libya after the conclusion of an agreement between the United States and Libya, where he was tortured again in Abu Salim prison, but at the hands of British elements this time.
Then the Libyan Islamic Fighting Group and Al-Qaeda network merged in (2007).
However, within the framework of negotiations with the United States in the period from 2008 to 2010, Saif al-Islam al-Gaddafi was negotiating a truce between the Libyan Arab Jamahiriya and the Libyan Islamic Fighting Group (Al-Qaeda).
Saif Al-Islam published a long document entitled “Corrective Studies”, in which he recognized the mistake he had made in calling for jihad against his brothers in religion, in a Muslim country.
All members of Al Qaeda were then pardoned, and they were released in three successive batches, on condition that they pledged in writing to renounce violence.
Only one hundred of (1,800) jihadists rejected this agreement, preferring to remain in prison. Abdelhakim Belhadj left Libya upon his release, and settled in Qatar.
But they all succeeded later in returning to Libya without drawing anyone’s attention.
On February 17, the Muslim Brotherhood organized a demonstration in Benghazi commemorating the thirteen deaths during a demonstration against the Italian consulate in 2006.
According to the organizers, it was Muammar Gaddafi who at the time arranged the issue of the ” offensive caricatures of the Prophet” with the help of the Italian Northern League.
As a result, the demonstration slipped toward violence, and 14 people were killed, from both sides; demonstrators and police officers.
(to be continued ….)