Video - Obama's Massacre in Libya - With Support Of NATO Racist Rebels Continue To Eradicate Black Libyans [ 80817 ] -
August 25, 2011
Lynching of government soldiers and supporters (real or suspected) by rebels have happened throughout the war and have included racist lynching and beheadings of black Libyans and migrant workers. They are continuing now in Tripoli with NATO Special Forces on the ground just watching.
Human Rights Watch reported in July that rebel forces lynched many black migrant workers as suspected mercenaries and dragged 20 Gaddafi officials from their homes and hung them in Al Baida, a town near Misrata.
More recent reports from western journalists in Tripoli show the same is happening to black men found by rebel forces there, some of whom may have been fighting for Gaddafi, others probably just being migrant workers (The ICRC reports that Libyan hospitals have been understaffed since the fighting broke out as they were mainly staffed by migrant workers, many of whom have since fled.
The Independent recently published the following from Kim Semgupta in Tripoli:
'At the Maghrabi Arab Village, built for expatriates working in the petroleum industry, two young black men squatted on the ground, terrified, their hands tied behind their backs, guns held to their heads. I was told by one of the rebels that they were Mohammed Salou Mohammed, and Zait Abidan Ali, from Chad. Both had confessed to being snipers working for Colonel Gaddafi. Did they really admit to that? The fighter, looking uncomfortable, insisted that was indeed the case. Zait Abidan Ali started to say they just worked at the place. He was kicked in the chest by a fat man in torn British Army fatigues who said he was a commander and ordered me to leave.
The repeated cases of men from sub-Saharan Africa being lynched by rebels on the pretext that they were regime mercenaries has been one of the most disturbing aspects of the NATO war against Libya.
The Grendel report' blog has posted evidence from Dutch TV reports and other videos of rebels in Benghazi beating and even beheading black men.
Rebels from the Shabab rebel youth movement also told Semgupta that "We shall hang all of them together when we catch him." (them meaning either Gaddafi and his sons or possibly all Gaddafi supporters, as happened in Al Baida). When Semgupta pointed out that there was no death penalty by law in Libya the rebel answered "there is man's law and then there is God's law" suggesting summary execution under some rebels' interpretation of Sharia law.
NATO has CIA along with British SAS and other intelligence agents and military special forces advising and training the rebels and identifying targets for airstrikes, along with Egyptian as well as Qatari and UAE special forces who may even be fighting (as they will look Arab or Libyan to foreign journalists).
Historically from Nicaragua to Afghanistan such "advisers" have often fought in combat or given the orders to native units they were commanding in reality. That -- and NATO airstrikes supporting rebel forces during combat - mean NATO governments and militaries are so heavily involved in the ground war that they have a responsibility to ensure the rebels do not continue to summarily execute real or suspected Gaddafi supporters.
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August 25, 2011 - Lynching of government soldiers and supporters (real or suspected) by rebels have happened throughout the war and have included racist lynching and beheadings of black Libyans and migrant workers. They are continuing now in Tripoli with NATO Special Forces on the ground just watching.
Human Rights Watch reported in July that rebel forces lynched many black migrant workers as suspected mercenaries and dragged 20 Gaddafi officials from their homes and hung them in Al Baida, a town near Misrata. More recent reports from western journalists in Tripoli show the same is happening to black men found by rebel forces there, some of whom may have been fighting for Gaddafi, others probably just being migrant workers...
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