Agency Alc Alice Esther, Monday, November 28, 2011 at 17:01
Al Qaeda terrorists in Libya travel to Syria to help the opposition
By: The Telegraph / DEBKAfile, Translation by Ivana Cardinale
Date Posted: 28/11/11
November 28, 2011 .- The same terrorists of Al Qaeda who fought against U.S. troops in Iraq and NATO helped to overthrow Muammar Gaddafi, are being sent to Syria to help the “Syrian rebels” to overthrow President Bashar al -Assad.
Abdulhakim Belhadj, Head of the Military Council of Tripoli and former leader of the Libyan Combat Islamic Group (LIFG for its acronym in English), “met with leaders of the Navy Freedom of Syria in Istanbul and the Turkish border,” a military officer who works with Mr. Belhadj. “Mustafa Abdul Jalil (Libyan interim president) sent me here.”
The “sting operation” was immediately discovered when a rival rebel brigade Libyan Belhadj arrested at the airport in Tripoli, accusing him of traveling with a forged passport and claimed that imprison the military leader.
Only one letter of the illegitimate interim president of the country was enough to persuade them to let him leave the country.
The meetings were a sign of the growing relationship between the fledgling government of Libya and the Syrian opposition. The Daily Telegraph revealed on Saturday that the new Libyan authorities have offered money and weapons to the insurgency against Bashar al-Assad.
Mr. Belhadj also discussed sending troops to train fighters, the source said. Having overthrown Gaddafi, the “victorious” young, are willing to bring down the next. The commanders and armed groups still out on the streets of Tripoli and said Sunday that “hundreds” of fighters wanted a war against the Assad government.
“Everyone wants to go. We liberated our country, we should now help others “said brigade commander” Fighting Village “.” This is freedom. This is Arab unity. ”
Abdulhakim Belhadj, is the former head of the Libyan Combat Islamic Group (LIFG), designated as a terrorist organization by the State Department the United States. Belhadj was arrested by the CIA in Malaysia in 2003 and extradited to Libya where Colonel Gaddafi kept him prisoner.
Belhadj is a committed jihadist who fought alongside the Taliban against U.S. troops in Afghanistan.
The leader “rebel” Libyan Abdel-Hakim al-Hasid also admitted that LIFG fighters from Belhadj was the second largest group of foreign fighters in Iraq, responsible for killing U.S. troops.
After the fall of Tripoli, reports circulating that the Libyan rebels mercenaries took on a deadly arsenal of weapons, many of which are on their way to Syria to help oust President Assad.
“Qatar and Turkey are sending” armed volunteers “from Libya to fight alongside the” Armada Free Syria. “DEBKAfile reported.
These terrorists were involved in the murder of six pilots and four air force technicians at a military base in Syria last week, even though the Western media continue to characterize opposition fighters as “protesters”, just as they did Libyan mercenaries commanded rebel fighters firing rocket-propelled grenades.