Watch Out for a Future Grab for Power in Libya by the LIFG!

WATCH OUT for a Future Grab For Power in Libya by LIFG!

The Libyan Islamic Fighting Group (LIFG) Also Known AS

Al-Jama’a al-Islamiyyah al-Muqatilah bi-Libya which Is

The MOST Powerful RADICAL Faction Waging JiIHAD

In Libya against Col.

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Muammar al-Gaddafi Regime.

After 9-11 attacks, LIFG was Banned Worldwide

(As al-Qaeda affiliate) by UN 1267 Committee!

Libya’s on Bad Ride with Unfavorable Finish,

That will eventually produce Daniel 7 Horn!

August 29, 2011

Libya will be one of the ten horns on the beast of Daniel, but after Antichrist conquers Egypt he will not trust the Libyan ruler on Egypt’s western border, nor will he trust the Sudanese ruler on Egypt’s southern border, so he will then pluck up both the kings and replace them with his own stooges as he makes up his Caliphate. The Sudan of today was northern Ethiopia when Daniel wrote his prophecies.

Daniel 11:42,43 – He shall str etch

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forth his hand also upon the countries: and the land of Egypt shall not escape.

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[43] But he shall have power over the treasures of gold and of silver, and over all the precious things of Egypt: and the Libyans and the Ethiopians shall be at his steps.


Libyans head home to a cloudy future



08/29/2011 17:24

Tribal allegiances and a history of intolerance among many groups could cause Libya to descend into lawlessness, say analysts, diplomats.

DUHEIBA, Tunisian-Libya border – Abdullah sits here with his family in a beat up white van at the border crossing with Tunisia, anxiously waiting to return to his hometown in Zenten in the east of Libya.

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His haggard face tells a story of the months he spent in a refugee camp set up by the government of Qatar in the desolate town of Duheiba just over the border from his homeland.


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The return home won’t be easy. They face a country with dilapidated infrastructure, with no proper medical care and a backward education system imposed by Gaddafi during his reign over the most oil-rich countries in North Africa. In large parts of the country, basic services like water and electricity have shut down in the chaos brought on by fighting between rebels and the remnants of Gaddafi’s forces.

Experts say it could take months to begin pumping the oil Libya desperately needs to get its economy moving again.

As the Libyans headed home, they were acknowledging the tough times that lie ahead. Many had loaded their vehicles with food, fuel and other badly needed items. Vegetables and fruit are rare commodities, let alone fuel and medicine, said Libyans entering from Tunisia.

Officials from the Tunisian government say thousands of refugees from Libya were hosted by Tunisian families in the early days of the revolution. Tunisia is the birthplace of the Arab Spring, which has not only dethroned Gaddafi but Tunisian President Zein Al-Abedeen Bin Ali and Egypt’s Husni Mubarak.

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In Libya the revolution came at a price. While the international community expressed readiness to help reconstruct the North African country, tribal allegiances and a history of intolerance among many groups could cause Libya to descend into lawlessness, say analysts and Western diplomats.

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Libyan Islamic Fighting Group

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Libyan Islamic Fighting Group (LIFG) also known as Al-Jama’a al-Islamiyyah al-Muqatilah bi-Libya is the most powerful radical faction waging Jihad in Libya against Colonel Muammar al-Gaddafi’s regime. Shortly after the 9-11 attacks, LIFG was banned worldwide (as an affiliate of al-Qaeda) by the UN 1267 Committee.[2] The group has denied ever being affiliated with al-Qaeda, stating that it refused to join the global Islamic front Osama bin Laden declared against the west in 1998.[3]


LIFG was founded in 1995 by Libyans who had fought against Soviet forces in Afghanistan. It aims to establish an Islamic state in Libya and views the Gaddafi regime as oppressive, corrupt and anti-Muslim, according to the Canadian Security Intelligence Service. LIFG claimed responsibility for a failed assassination attempt against Gaddafi in February 1996, which was in part funded by MI6 according to David Shayler, and engaged Libyan security forces in armed clashes during the mid-to-late 1990s.[4] They continue to target Libyan interests and may engage in sporadic clashes with Libyan security forces.[5]

On October 10, 2005, the United Kingdom’s Home Office banned LIFG and fourteen other militant groups from operating in the UK. Under the United Kingdom’s Terrorism Act 2000, being a member of a LIFG is punishable with a 10-year prison term. The Financial Sanctions Unit of the Bank of England acting on behalf of HM Treasury issued the orders to freeze all their assets..[6]

Mohammed Benhammedi lived and worked in Liverpool at the time of the UN sanction against him. Sergey Zakurko, the father to his Lithuanian mistress was suspended from his job at the Ignalina Nuclear Power Plant (INPP) for fear that the link could pose a security threat.[7]

One of al-Qaeda’s most senior members, Atiyah Abdul-Rahman, is purportedly a member of LIFG as well.[8]

The “Summary of Evidence” from Mohammed Fenaitel Mohamed Al Daihani’s Combatant Status Review Tribunal. states: “The Sanabal Charitable Committee is considered a fund raising front for the Libyan Islamic Fighting Group.”[9]

Mass release of captives

On April 9, 2008, Al Jazeera reported that Libya released at least over 90 members of the Libyan Islamic Fighting Group.[12][13] The Italian press agency Adnkronos International reported the release was due to the efforts of Sayf al-Islam Gaddafi, a son of Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi, and leader of the charity Gaddafi International Foundation for Charity Associations. It reported that a third of the LIFG members Libya was holding were released.

Adnkronos International reported that the group was founded in Afghanistan by Abu Laith Al Libi and other veterans of Soviet occupation of Afghanistan.[13]

Relationship with al Qaeda

In November 2007 Noman Benotman, described as the “ex-head of the Libyan Islamic Fighting Group”, published on open letter to al-Qaeda.[14][15][16] According to The Times:[15]

“In November last year Noman Benotman, ex-head of the Libyan Islamic Fighting Group which is trying to overthrow the regime of Muammar Gadaffi, published a letter which asked Al-Qaeda to give up all its operations in the Islamic world and in the West, adding that ordinary westerners were blameless and should not be attacked.”

Noman Benotman’s letter to Zawahiri was published in Akhbar Libya (News) as an op-ed clarification in November 2007.

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The gist is that al-Qaeda’s efforts have been counterproductive and used as “subterfuge” by some Western countries to extend their regional ambitions. These comments were first aired at a meeting in Kundahar in the summer of 2000.[17]

In an audio message published in november 2007 Ayman al-Zawahiri and Abu Laith al-Libi claimed that the Libyan Islamic Fighting Group had joined al-Qaeda.[18][12][13] “Benotman fired back an open letter to Zawahiri questioning his credibility. “I questioned their idea of jihad … directly you know.

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This is crazy, it is not Islamic and it’s against the Sunni understanding of Islam,” Benotman told CNN. Zawahiri chose not to respond. As late as this August Zawahiri’s video statements included praise of LIFG leaders, in what may have been a desperate attempt to head off the condemnation he could see coming.”[19]

On July 10, 2009, The Telegraph reported that some member organisations of the Libyan Islamic Fighting Group had split with Al Qaeda.[20] The Telegraph reported that senior Al Qaeda members Abu Yahya al-Libi and Abu Laith al-Libi were LIFG members.

In September 2009 a new “code” for jihad, a 417-page religious document entitled “Corrective Studies”, was published after more than two years of intense and secret talks between incarcerated leaders of the LIFG and Libyan security officials.

2011 Libyan civil war

In March 2011, members of the LIFG in Ajdabiya declared to the press that the group supports the revolt against Gaddafi’s rule, and had placed themselves under

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the leadership of the National Transitional Council.

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They also stated that the group had changed its name to Libyan Islamic Movement (al-Harakat al-Islamiya al-Libiya), had around 500–600 militants released from jail in recent years, and denied any past or present affiliation with Al-Qaeda.[21]

One of the members of the LIFG, Abdelhakim Belhadj, became the commander of the Tripoli Military Council after the rebels took over Tripoli during the 2011 Battle of Tripoli.

Begin Speculative DEBKAfile Exclusive Report

Pro-Al Qaeda brigades control Qaddafi Tripoli strongholds seized by rebels

DEBKAfile Exclusive Report

August 28, 2011, 11:47 AM (GMT+02:00)

Members of the Al Qaeda-linked Libyan Islamic Fighting Group – LIFG, are in control of the former strongholds of Muammar Qaddafi captured by Libyan rebels last Sunday, Aug. 21, DEBKAfile reports from sources in Libya. They are fighting under the command of Abd Al-Hakim Belhadj, an al Qaeda veteran from Afghanistan whom the CIA captured in Malaysia in 2003 and extradited six years later to Libya where Qaddafi held him in prison.

Belhadj is on record as rejecting any political form of coexistence with the Crusaders excepting jihad.

His brigades were the principal rebel force in the operation for the capture of Qaddafi’s Bab al-Aziziya ruling compound on Aug. 23. Saturday, Aug. 27, those brigades overran the Abu Salim district of southern Tripoli taking it from the last pro-Qaddafi holdouts in the city. Many of the prisoners released from the local jail belonged to al Qaeda.

The LIFG chief now styles himself “Commander of the Tripoli Military Council.” Asked by our sources whether they plan to hand control of the Libyan capital to the National Transitional Council, which has been recognized in the West, the jihadi fighters made a gesture of dismissal without answering.

According to US and British media, at least half of the members of the NTC have moved from Benghazi to Tripoli, the key condition for the receipt of Qaddafi’s frozen assets and international aid. But there is no confirmation from our sources that this has happened. Tripoli is rife with disorder, awash with weapons and prey to reciprocal allegations of atrocities.

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Our sources doubt that the council will be able to assert control of – or even a presence in – Tripoli any time soon. US intelligence sources in Tripoli see no sign that the NTC will be able to persuade

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the Islamist brigades to relinquish control of the city in the near future – or even lay down arms.

Those arms are advanced items which British and French special operations forces gave the rebels, said a senior American source.

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Had those NATO contingents not led the Tripoli operation, the rebels unaided would not have captured Qaddafi’s centers of government.

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A week after that dramatic episode, Tripoli’s institutions of government have wound up in the hands of fighting Islamist brigades belonging to al Qaeda, who are now armed to the teeth with the hardware seized from Qaddafi’s arsenals. No Western or Libyan military force can conceive of dislodging the Islamists from the Libyan capital in the foreseeable future.

Libya has thus created a new model which can only hearten the Islamist extremists eyeing further gains from the Arab Revolt. They may justly conclude that NATO will come to their aid for a rebellion to topple any autocratic Arab ruler. The coalition of British, French, Qatari and Jordanian special forces, with quiet US intelligence support, for capturing Tripoli and ousting Qaddafi, almost certainly met with US President Barack Obama’s approval.

For the first time, therefore, the armies of Western members of NATO took part directly in a bid by extremist Islamic forces to capture an Arab capital and overthrow its ruler.

An attempt to vindicate the way this NATO operation has turned out is underway. Western media are being fed portrayals of the rebel leadership as a coherent and responsible political and military force holding sway from Benghazi in the east up to the Tunisian border in the west.

This depiction is false. Our military sources report that the bulk of rebel military strength in central and western Libya is not under NTC command, nor does it obey orders from rebel headquarters in Benghazi.

This chaotic situation in rebel ranks underscores the importance of the effort the NTC has mounted to capture Sirte, Qaddafi’s home town, where most of his support is concentrated. Control of Sirte, which lies between Benghazi and Tripoli, will provide the NTC and its leader Abdul Jalil, with a counterweight for the pro-Al Qaeda brigades in control of the capital.


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