With the help of Turkey Libyan extremists and terrorists are planning military action against Syria

With the help of Turkey Libyan extremists and terrorists are planning military action against Syria

As reported by the information portal of the Algerian Algeria ISP (link to PNS Libya Now), Abdelhakim Belhadj (Currently the commandant of the capital of Libya) currently resides in Turkey under a different naming. Calling himself Salem Al-Alvani, A. Belhadj is on the Syrian-Turkish border, accompanied by the battalion of 700 men, and, apparently, is preparing for an invasion of Syria. It is alleged that his role would include terrorist attacks, which will be held in conjunction with the Syrian opposition. "Belhadj will be involved in the release Syria with your own Libyan fighters, while Turkey will give him every support, including the military. "

It is understood that Abdelhakim Belhadj previously headed the Islamist terrorist group called "The Libyan Islamic Fighting Group." During the operation MI6 and the CIA school in 2004 he was arrested and extradited to the Jamahiriya (government). In 2010 he was released under an amnesty for all this by pledging to no longer engage in terrorist activities.

It should be noted that the Arab media on November 25 said that Mr Belhadj was detained at Tripoli airport while trying to fly under a false passport abroad, having for himself a large sum of money. But he was released almost immediately, after receiving instructions from Mustafa Abdel Jalil. After that, the Arab media have released photos of passport (fake) Belhadj, who was decorated in Benghazi in the name of Ali Mahmoud Salem.
Al-Arabiya TV channel said yesterday that the current Libyan regime in every possible way to help the rebels Syria as an instrument, means, and fighters. "We have plans to send fighters to Syria and weapons — says the source (newspaper" Daily Telegraph ") — a military invasion will begin soon. And just a few weeks, all will be clear and visible. "

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