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El embajador de EE.UU. en Libia fue asesinado

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Re: El embajador de EE.UU. en Libia fue asesinado

Mensaje por Monakyo101 el 13/10/2012, 12:14 am

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Re: El embajador de EE.UU. en Libia fue asesinado

Mensaje por civilbatalion el 28/10/2012, 1:26 am

Orale les recomiendo Fox News en el programa de Huckabee alcancé a escuchar una parte de un reportaje hablando exactamente de esta situación.

Por lo que comprendí la CIA negó apoyo al equipo del Embajador de forma deliberada. 3 llamadas de auxilio Ignoradas.

El Embajador se habría reunió en Bengasi con diplomaticos Turcos por un traslado de armas que llegaron a Turquía.

al parecer esto tiene que ver con flujo de armas con destino final en Libia.

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LONDON, (SANA)- The British newspaper The Times revealed that a largest shipment of weapons has arrived in Turkey to be delivered to the armed groups in Syria.

"A Libyan ship carrying the largest consignment of weapons for Syria…has docked in Turkey," said The Times in an article published on Friday.

The article's writer, Sheera Frenkel, said most of the Libyan ship's cargo is making its way to the armed terrorist groups inside Syria.

Quoting a member of the so-called 'Free Syrian Army', who called himself Abu Mohammad, the article said the over 400 ton cargo included "SAM-7 surface-to-air anti-craft missiles and rocket-propelled grenades (RPGs)."

Abu Mohammad, who told The Times that he "helped to move the shipment from warehouses to the border" said "this is the largest single delivery of assistance" the gunmen have so far received.

The article said the Libyan ship, which is called 'The Intisaar' (victory), is berthed at the Turkish port of Iskenderun and had been given "papers stamped by the port authority by the ship's captain, Omar Mousaeeb."

The article pointed out that Mousaeeb is "a Libyan from Benghazi and the head of an organization called the Libyan National Council for Relief and Support," which is delivering supplies to the armed groups in Syria.

Mouaseeb ascribed the defeats of these groups in Syria to the lack of weapons, adding however that "we now see there is even more they need."

The British newspaper highlighted differences between the Muslim Brotherhood movement in Syria and the so-called Free Army over each claiming the cargo for themselves, which "delayed the arrival of the weapons in Syria."

The article revealed that videos and photos confirmed the arrival of the shipment to the Syrian border and that "more than 80 per cent of the ship's cargo…has been moved into Syria."

According to the article, huge weapons stockpiles went missing in Libya after the killing of Colonel Muammar Gaddafi, referring to photographs of empty boxes of SAM-7S and confirmations by Libyan officials that "more than 5,000 of the missiles had vanished."

The Times affirmed that this is not the first time that Libyan ships try to deliver weapons to the armed terrorist groups in Syria, referring to "a large consignment of Libyan weapons, including PRGs and heavy ammunition," which was seized by the Lebanese authorities in the Lebanese northern territorial waters as it was mend to reach the gunmen in Syria.

http://sana.sy/eng/22/2012/09/14/441552.htm

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Re: El embajador de EE.UU. en Libia fue asesinado

Mensaje por civilbatalion el 28/10/2012, 1:34 am


How US Ambassador Chris Stevens May Have Been Linked To Jihadist Rebels In Syria

The official position is that the US has refused to allow heavy weapons into Syria.

But there's growing evidence that U.S. agents—particularly murdered ambassador Chris Stevens—were at least aware of heavy weapons moving from Libya to jihadist Syrian rebels.

In March 2011 Stevens became the official U.S. liaison to the al-Qaeda-linked Libyan opposition, working directly with Abdelhakim Belhadj of the Libyan Islamic Fighting Group—a group that has now disbanded, with some fighters reportedly participating in the attack that took Stevens' life.

In November 2011 The Telegraph reported that Belhadj, acting as head of the Tripoli Military Council, "met with Free Syrian Army [FSA] leaders in Istanbul and on the border with Turkey" in an effort by the new Libyan government to provide money and weapons to the growing insurgency in Syria.

Last month The Times of London reported that a Libyan ship "carrying the largest consignment of weapons for Syria … has docked in Turkey." The shipment reportedly weighed 400 tons and included SA-7 surface-to-air anti-craft missiles and rocket-propelled grenades.

Those heavy weapons are most likely from Muammar Gaddafi's stock of about 20,000 portable heat-seeking missiles—the bulk of them SA-7s—that the Libyan leader obtained from the former Eastern bloc. Reuters reports that Syrian rebels have been using those heavy weapons to shoot down Syrian helicopters and fighter jets.

The ship's captain was "a Libyan from Benghazi and the head of an organization called the Libyan National Council for Relief and Support," which was presumably established by the new government.

That means that Ambassador Stevens had only one person—Belhadj—between himself and the Benghazi man who brought heavy weapons to Syria.

Furthermore, we know that jihadists are the best fighters in the Syrian opposition, but where did they come from?

Last week The Telegraph reported that a FSA commander called them "Libyans" when he explained that the FSA doesn't "want these extremist people here."

And if the new Libyan government was sending seasoned Islamic fighters and 400 tons of heavy weapons to Syria through a port in southern Turkey—a deal brokered by Stevens' primary Libyan contact during the Libyan revolution—then the governments of Turkey and the U.S. surely knew about it.

Furthermore there was a CIA post in Benghazi, located 1.2 miles from the U.S. consulate, used as "a base for, among other things, collecting information on the proliferation of weaponry looted from Libyan government arsenals, including surface-to-air missiles" ... and that its security features "were more advanced than those at rented villa where Stevens died."

And we know that the CIA has been funneling weapons to the rebels in southern Turkey. The question is whether the CIA has been involved in handing out the heavy weapons from Libya.

In any case, the connection between Benghazi and the rise of jihadists in Syria is stronger than has been officially acknowledged.

Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/us-syria-heavy-weapons-jihadists-2012-10#ixzz2AZpDmz7L

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Re: El embajador de EE.UU. en Libia fue asesinado

Mensaje por Takeda el 28/10/2012, 9:24 pm

civilbatalion escribió:El Embajador se habría reunió en Bengasi con diplomaticos Turcos por un traslado de armas que llegaron a Turquía.

al parecer esto tiene que ver con flujo de armas con destino final en Libia.

Yo creo que el flujo más bien iba Libia-Turquía-Siria...

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