Libyan rebel ethnic cleansing and lynching of black people

July 7, 2011 — 152 Comments

Further specific evidence has emerged that there is a strong racist element within the rebel forces, including at command level, and it is the stated intention of these forces to ethnically cleanse areas they capture of their dark-skinned inhabitants.

Racism amongst the rebels including at command level

In a recent article in the Wall Street Journal, journalist Sam Dagher pointed out the obvious fact that the Libyan war is aggravating ethnic tensions in that country. The article talks about the fate of Tawergha, a small town 25 miles to the south of Misrata, inhabited mostly by black Libyans, a legacy of its 19th-century origins as a transit town in the slave trade:

Ibrahim al-Halbous, a rebel commander leading the fight near Tawergha, says all remaining residents should leave once if his fighters capture the town.  “They should pack up,” Mr. Halbous said. “Tawergha no longer exists, only Misrata.”

Other rebel leaders are reported as:

“calling for drastic measures like banning Tawergha natives from ever working, living or sending their children to schools in Misrata.”

In addition, according to the article, as a result of the battle for Misrata:

nearly four-fifths of residents of Misrata’s Ghoushi neighborhood were Tawergha natives. Now they are gone or in hiding, fearing revenge attacks by Misratans, amid reports of bounties for their capture.

Amid allegations of black mercenaries and stories of mass rape by the inhabitants of Tawergha, Sam Dagher reports on further evidence of the racism amongst the rebel forces:

Some of the hatred of Tawergha has racist overtones that were mostly latent before the current conflict. On the road between Misrata and Tawergha, rebel slogans like “the brigade for purging slaves, black skin” have supplanted pro-Gadhafi scrawl.

The racial tensions have been fueled by the regime’s alleged use of African mercenaries to violently suppress demonstrators at the start of the Libyan uprising in February, and the sense that the south of the country, which is predominantly black,  mainly backs Col. Gadhafi.

This information has already been publicised, in the WSJ and also in the Black Star News. Bryan Chan of the Los Angeles Times reports visiting a prison in Benghazi, where terrified black men were paraded for the cameras (with Human Rights Watch silently taking notes). One man bravely protested he was just a guest worker and the guards presented a Gambian passport as proof he was a Gaddafi operative. Chan’s Libyan interpreter asked:

“So what do you think? Should we just go ahead and kill them?”

There is a lot of horrific video footage clearly showing public lynchings in Benghazi (link to graphic description of some of the footage). including at the rebel HQ, beheadings of blindfolded prisoners and interrogation of prisoners, including in hospitals.

The myth of black mercenaries leads to lynchings

Other evidence of the massacres of black people, which include the lynchings and murder of black soldiers of the Libyan army, guest workers from other African countries and dark-skinned Libyan civilians include a report from the BBC on 25 February which cited a Turkish construction worker as saying:

“We had 70-80 people from Chad working for our company. They were cut dead with pruning shears and axes, attackers saying: ‘You are providing troops for Gaddafi.’ The Sudanese were also massacred. We saw it for ourselves.”

On 27th February Nick Meo of The Telegraph reported from Al-Bayda that he had been shown mobile phone footage of a ‘captured mercenary‘ (presumably he means black person with a uniform) lynched from a street lamp as well as a ‘black African hanging on a meat hook.’

Amnesty International crisis researcher, Donatella Rovera spent the period from 27 February to 29th May in Misrata, Benghasi, Ajabiya and Ras Lanouf. Yesterday she was interviewed by Austria’s ‘The Standard’ and had this to say on the subject:

“We examined this issue in depth and found no evidence. The rebels spread these rumours everywhere, which had terrible consequences for African guest workers: there was a systematic hunt for migrants, some were lynched and many arrested. Since then, even the rebels have admitted there were no mercenaries, almost all have been released and have returned to their countries of origin, as the investigations into them revealed nothing.”

Who spread the myth and why?

So what accounts for the widespread popularity of this myth? It is, to be frank, an example of highly successful propaganda, appealing to the basest of racial stereotypes. The myth was highly important in gaining consent for the operation in Libya, in order to cover up and justify the massacres  of black people taking place.

In account after account, the mercenary myth is used to justify the imprisoning and killing of black people and this process continues today.  Given the background of racial tension in Libya, including the October 2000 race riots which led to the killings of 200 people with 1000s forced to flee, the consequences of the spreading of this propaganda were entirely predictable and constitute incitement to commit atrocities.

The myth of black mercenaries was spread by certain political leaders including members of the National Transitional Council in Benghazi, British Defence Minister Liam Fox and NATO spokesperson Oana Longescu .

According to Amnesty, allegations of “African mercenaries” have led to the lynchings

The viagra myth

On the viagra myth beloved of the ICC Prosecutor Luis Moreno Ocampo, Donatella Rovera had this to say:

“No one really took that seriously did they? On the 21 March, after the first air strikes on Gadaffi’s troops outside Benghazi, a young man who worked in the media centre presented us with many boxes of the potency drug. He claimed to have found them in the destroyed tanks. The vehicles had been completely burnt out, but the packaging looked brand new. I can not believe that anyone took him seriously.”

NATO enabling human rights abuses

So is NATO actually “protecting civilians” – or is it rather supporting rebels, some of whom who intend to harm dark-skinned Libyans and ethnically cleanse areas over which they take control?

The information contained in this post, is widely known and has been reported in the Independent and other newspapers, so NATO can not claim ignorance of the facts.

As this is being written, the”brigade for purging slaves and black skin,” is advancing on Tawurgha, supported by NATO strikes from the air and on the ground by Special Forces. A rebel commander has declared the intention is to wipe the town off the map and we have already seen the lynchings of black people and the driving out of black people from Ghoushi.

By continuing to escalate the conflict in Libya, allowing the arming and supporting the rebel side, providing bombing support to enable them to advance and refusing to implement a cease-fire as demanded by the United Nations and African Union, NATO is enabling serious abuses of human rights and NATO officials will certainly be held to account.

26 September – Please click here for a comprehensive update on the Tawergha

152 responses to Libyan rebel ethnic cleansing and lynching of black people

  1. 
    poshbirdgabi July 8, 2011 at 19:32

    Great article. Very informative and factual.

  2. 
    STOP THE WAR July 9, 2011 at 18:39

    Thank you for starting showing the truth…
    This is a war from the rich countries to a poor one to steal their resources…

    • 

      Truth is always the idea that other one told you, and also the one you want to believe.
      There are some countries will benefit after new government arise the power, but dont forgot this: before the uprising again, Gaddafi has already cooperate with western governments, even allow some western company build the oil refinery in Libya. They can simply support the dictator government to gain the more profit from them. Same as China and Russia who strongly support Assad for respectively need.

  3. 
    stop bombing ! July 13, 2011 at 22:37

    Something has to be done to stop the massacre of the wonderful civilians of Libya…
    This has been unjust without cause right from the start…
    it has just been killlng destroying and bombing
    Stop Bombing Libya ….
    NOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  4. 

    Good to see some new work here, and fine work at that. I can only disagree with one line:
    “NATO officials will certainly be held to account.”

    Should. Will? Maybe not. It’s sick that the response to this threat of ethnic cleansing is greeted by NATO with a bombing of the threatened town, killing 15 civilians. “Run away from our bombs before we have to see more rebel lynching by the new government!” (Stricter control now on posting embarrassing videos anyway, I would presume).

  5. 

    Oh, and the video has already been pulled. Did you happen to save a copy, notes on what it shows, or any clue where to see it elsewhere?

  6. 

    Oh, seeing a still of the video at Uruknet, I realize it’s not new as I hoped. I have that one as well, and used it in “The Sniped Tykes of Misrata” video. It is disturbing, but relatively speaking, mild. I saw a translation somewhere, where they were being taunted to try and get free with their commando skills. Not sure if that’s accurate …

  7. 

    The RAF is now acting as the air arm of the rebels as they attack Zlitan, another town in Libya in imminent danger of ethnic cleansing by the rebels. http://wp.me/p1w0fz-jr

  8. 

    Great Article. But those bastards will get away with it!

    • 

      All african countries should not reconise NTC as part of AU they can be part of EU, Why kill fellow black man, African countries should deport all lybians from their countries, if these NATO supported bastards rebels want to be isolated from the rest of africa then we support the looting of their oil by the west!

      • 
        Nizar Ibn Zuara September 20, 2011 at 10:21

        lol u are stupid! only africa will lose out by deporting libyans and becoming racist.
        The fact is african countries are in denial and pretending that mercinaries is made up, but the evidnece in Libya shows otherwise! Libyans are not racist.
        we have a very large percentage of Libyans who are black.
        some of my family are black libyans and they ahvent seen or experienced any racism!

  9. 

    Libyan rebels are racist

    Media habitually tells us that Libyan rebels are noble freedom fighters, struggling aganist a bloodthirsty tyrant. But after all the buckets of half-truths and blatant lies, that news poured on our heads, treating us viewers like brainless sheep and feeding us half-baked reports that often got disproved the next day, some of us started to look further and investigate. What they found out, is extremely disturbing. Say, from the very beginning of war we’ve been hearing reports about “Gaddafi’s black mercenaries”. We even saw photos and videos of several people that, supposedly, were these mercenaries. But the whole truth is much more complicated – and scary.

    Yes, there indeed are several divisions of black Africans and citizens of Chad in the army of Libya, that is formed on the principle of territorial militia. But they can hardly be considered mercenaries – not more than French Foreign Legion or non-American citizens in US Army. In general, the status of black men of Libyan army’s various units is civil servants.

    In a country with 6 million inhabitants, one third are black (the most oppressed group in the country). Would not it be easier for the rebels to call for their solidarity and ask them join the rebel ranks? But not only black Libyans do not join the rebellion – they flee in terror.

    The first wave of reports and evidence of beatings of black Africans began in February and March. The rebels, under the trademark of fighting with the mercenaries from Chad, were slaughtering all black people with no mercy. They even started to post various Youtube videos with their actions filmed (like this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C8bpNgB1oEk The victim was the Libyan citizen Hisham Mansour, born 22-02-1983). Back in early March, the Human Rights Watch even warned black migrant workers on the need to flee the revolutionary terrain.

    “We left behind our friends from Chad. We left behind their bodies. We had 70 or 80 people from Chad working for our company. They cut them dead with pruning shears and axes, attacking them, saying you’re providing troops for Gaddafi. The Sudanese, the Chadians were massacred. We saw it ourselves. I am a worker, not a fighter. They took me from my house and [raped] my wife”, – a Turkish oilfield worker, who fled Libya, told BBC in February 25.

    One of the editors of the Monthly Review, Yoshie Furuhashi, writes:

    “The black African workers now live in fear in the territories held by the rebels in Libya. Some have been attacked by mobs, some have been imprisoned and some of their houses and shops have been torched. Many African workers say they felt safer under the regime of Gaddafi”.

    In March, a reporter from the Daily Mail was in Benghazi and reported:

    “Africans I saw ranged from a 20 year old and a late forties, with a grizzled beard. Most wore casual clothes. When they realized that I spoke English erupted in protests. “We did nothing,” one told me, before he was silenced. “We are all construction workers in Ghana. Do not harm anyone. ”

    Another accused, a man in green overalls, showed the paint on their sleeves and said: “This is my job. I do not know how to shoot a gun ”

    Abdul Nasser, 47, protested: “They lie about us. They took us out of our house at night when we were asleep. ” While still complaining, they were taken.

    International Business Times published an article on March 2 that says:

    “According to reports, over 150 black Africans at least a dozen different countries escaped from Libya by plane and landed at the airport in Nairobi, Kenya, with horrific stories of violence.”

    “We were attacked by locals who said they were mercenaries who killed people. I mean blacks who refused to see “Julius told Reuters Kiluu, a construction supervisor for 60 years.

    Michel Collon with a fact-finding delegation were in Libya in July and when he learned what had happened, he said:

    “I met these people during my research in Tripoli. I could talk to some people. They were not “mercenaries,” as the rebels and the media tell. Some were dark-skinned Libyans (much of the population is of African type, in fact), others were black civilians from African countries who stayed in Libya for a long time. All support Gaddafi precisely because he opposes to racism and treats them as Arabs and Africans on an equal footing. On the contrary, the rebels in Benghazi are known for their racism, and blacks were victims of terrible systematic atrocities. The paradox is that NATO wants to bring democracy to a section of Al Qaeda and Libyan Ku Klux Klan-type racists”.

    Here’s another footage, with English explanations given: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T2IBT_dQpEY

    After the rebels entered Tripoli, numerous reports of black men being killed appeared again. Twitter explodes with rebels’ messages about killing “African mercenaries”. In the chaos of embattled Tripoli, black people are being simply seized from the streets and taken somewhere openly.

    On the photo above we can see that the dead people’s hands are tied with plastic handcuffs and their clothes are relatively clean. This means these people were captured not after a fight, but deliberately.

    The Colonel was being building good relations with the south of Africa. NATO plan of destabilizing Libya might as well include having the black Africans turning away from this country forever, using contempt and xenophobia of the rebels as a driving force of the persecution. After all, lynching black people simply for being in Africa sounds ridiculous. But results are pretty much of the same racist kind, and they are not funny at all.

    —–
    D-MITCH777 wrote: ( http://politicsforum.org/forum/viewtopic.php?f=33&t=133982 )
    I was watching the news when they first went in to Tripoli and i saw a couple black people then celebrating with Arabs.

    andrresh:
    Most of the early footage from Tripoli is a fake. Just look at these photos. Any who ever had army training and/or experience of urban fighting, would lol all over them. Their clothes are too clean, they don’t carry their ammo with them, their poses are ridiculous. Are we supposed to believe that a 2-million city was taken in several hours by a group of chavsters? On 18th of August, Libyan TV came to know that a fake Tripoli takeover was filmed in Doha, to cover up the fact that NATO troops started the ground operation.

    http://faithhealer-ru.livejournal.com/43400.html

    http://www.voltairenet.org/NATO-carnage-in-Tripoli

    As Thierry Meissan, who was persecuted for his article, said after his release from Rixos, there was no celebration on Tripoli’s real streets. Only terror and foreign occupation.

    • 

      also:
      Being a follower of “pure Quran” and not historically established Islam, Gaddafi believes in equal rights for all people (take, for example, women rights in Libya, which was always famous for incredible freedom offered to its women – something that a lot of Muslim countries often scolded it for), and he strived to secure them for black Libyans too. Some tribes, however, were displeased by this situation. These were the very same tribes NATO supported as rebels.

      • 

        there’s a mistake in the article. the actual phrase is:
        “On the photo above we can see that the lying people’s hands are tied with plastic handcuffs and their clothes are relatively clean. This means these people were captured not after a fight, but deliberately.”

      • 
        Nizar Ibn Zuara September 20, 2011 at 10:18

        You obviously are not Libyan and have never spent time in Libya. If you have then you are lying and jumpoing on the bandwagon!
        Nato supported the whole country, not jsut those tribes opposed to Gaddafis “kindness” towards blacks and women. Gaddafi is not a beleiver or follower of any sort of Quran or Islam.
        Please get your facts right before you speak about such things that you do not know.

  10. 
    Dominic Caraccilo September 11, 2011 at 15:19

    The quality of life and security for the citizens has been largely restored and we are a large part of why that has happened.

  11. 

    andrresh you are rghit libyan rebel are racist and they want finish our black people my country will not reconase as african union

  12. 
    Nizar Ibn Zuara September 20, 2011 at 10:16

    This is absolute rubbish
    i have just come back from Libya.
    My village Zuara(Zwara) only became free at the time that Tripoli the capital city became free.
    I went there before that and there is no racism towards Black libyans based on their colour.
    Also after Eid i was in tripoli for 5 days and life there has become normal and the African migrant workers have returned to their work (those who stayed in Libya). there is no mis treatment of them or racism or prejudice towards them.
    The people who are accusing this, are anarchists who always want to beleive that every war or crisis going on, is a form of racism towards “blacks”, which is rubbish.
    People must base their opinion on fact and not on assumptions.

  13. 

    Please go to change.org and sign the online petition titled, President of the United States: “Make Libyan Rebels stop genocide against Black people/Black Africans in Libya”, and then to the White House Petitions to sign the other petition asking the Obama administration to cut funding and assistance to Libya until they cease these human rights abuses.

  14. 

    War dishonest lying sides used Gaddafi system used by some tribes of Tuareg and Toubou outside of Libya in its war against the rebels and the Hola blacks have family relationships with some Libyan tribes though they were residents of the desert tribes and the same
    Has appeared Hola blacks in most of the battlefields in Libya, as they judge the ring in Albobat inside and outside the cities, hence the hatred may Bdouat between the people and these blacks, and also to the people of the south Allibay skinned black, mostly supporters and people Torghae descents African leader Gaddafi when it landed capital, disease detention without discrimination and has signed the mistakes in the arrest of immigrants and foreign workers with dark skins and believe that they supported Gaddafi in his war was thought of force is judged on the ground after the collapse of the state and its fall and the dismantling of the security services and army by the actor and our role as human rights organizations is to defend human rights without discrimination and demand prosecute all perpetrators of crimes of the parties

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    [...]  Libyan rebel ethnic cleansing and lynching of black people Rebels hold a young man at gunpoint between the towns of Brega and Ras Lanuf (Reuters/Goran Tomasevic) [...]

  43. What next for Libya? - October 24, 2011

    [...] refugee camps like Tawergha where black african Libyans have been systematically lynched and the women and children abused. Visitors should be careful to not become inadvertent victims of events like many unfortunate young [...]

  44. US, NATO, Rebels and Israeli war crimes in Libya « Did You Know - October 29, 2011

    [...] By continuing to escalate the conflict in Libya, allowing the arming and supporting the rebel side, providing bombing support to enable them to advance and refusing to implement a cease-fire as demanded by the United Nations and African Union, NATO is enabling serious abuses of human rights and NATO officials will certainly be held to account. Source [...]

  45. NATO Bombs the Great Man-Made River Project in Libya: Humanitarian Disaster Looming « LIBYA AGAINST SUPER POWER MEDIA - November 4, 2011

    [...] 1) The immediate cessation of the bombing campaign by NATO which is putting Libyan civilians in mortal danger [...]

  46. Rebel Racism –Compilation of articles and videos « Global Civilians For Peace In Libya - November 22, 2011

    [...] http://humanrightsinvestigations.org/2011/07/07/libya-ethnic-cleansing/ [...]

  47. UK media: unsubstantiated atrocities by Libyan loyalists justify witnessed and admitted ethnic cleansing by rebels | Luikkerlog Archived - December 13, 2011

    [...] likes of David Cameron, who is ultimately responsible, a day in court, it was something that was warned about back in July when rebel commanders spoke of their intention to wipe Tawarga off the face of [...]

  48. LIBYA War Crime: NATO Bombed The Great Man Made River That Provides Drinking Water | russiandefenseleague - December 27, 2011

    [...] 1) The immediate cessation of the bombing campaign by NATO which is putting Libyan civilians in mortal danger [...]

  49. Syrian War Crimes | The Progressive Playbook - March 20, 2012

    [...] Finally, it should be noted that there are many similarities between the Syrian rebels and the Libyan rebels. The Libyan rebels launched a media propaganda war against Gaddafi, must like how Al Jazeera has lied about the ongoing events in Syria. In addition to this, much like the Syrian rebels, the Libyan rebels also committed war crimes. [...]

  50. Strongest Empires by timeline - Page 22 - March 22, 2012

    [...] Strongest Empires by timeline Libyan rebel ethnic cleansing and lynching of black people-Human Rights Investigations Reply With Quote + Reply to [...]

  51. SYRIA: US-NATO Supported "Opposition" Commits Extensive War Crimes - ALIPAC - March 22, 2012

    [...] events in Syria. In addition to this, much like the Syrian rebels, the Libyan rebels also committed war crimes. While there are those who may be pushing for intervention into Syria, they may want to rethink [...]

  52. Transforming and Deploying Your Power - Abundance Full of Grace - April 27, 2012

    [...] Further, even those fighting against abuses can’t always resist becoming abusers themselves. For instance, accusations of human rights abuses have now been levied against the victorious rebels in Libya. [...]

  53. French P.O.W. in Syria - Christian Forums - May 8, 2012

    [...] events in Syria. In addition to this, much like the Syrian rebels, the Libyan rebels also committedwar crimes. While there are those who may be pushing for intervention into Syria, they may want to rethink [...]

  54. Paris: The Colonial Legacy of France | Second Council House of Virgo - May 14, 2012

    [...] place for them to head for. The mess created in Libya by NATO intervention and particularly the persecution of Black Africans, many of them from former French colonies, together with the invasion of Cote D’Ivore, [...]

  55. Lies, Damned Lies, and Wikipedia | empirestrikesblack - May 30, 2012

    [...] As a result, innocent blacks were lynched, beaten, imprisoned, murdered(32) and decapitated in hate-fuelled attacks all over the country.(33) A principle cause of this venomous hatred towards Libya’s black African population (who [...]

  56. Zionist Lies, Damned Lies, and Wikipedia |  SHOAH - May 31, 2012

    [...] As a result, innocent blacks were lynched, beaten, imprisoned, murdered(32) and decapitated in hate-fuelled attacks all over the country.(33) A principle cause of this venomous hatred towards Libya’s black African population (who before [...]

  57. Lies, Damned Lies, and Wikipedia | OzHouse Alt News - May 31, 2012

    [...] As a result, innocent blacks were lynched, beaten, imprisoned, murdered and decapitated in hate-fuelled attacks all over the country. A principle cause of this venomous hatred towards Libya’s black African [...]

  58. Lies, Damned Lies, and Wikipedia - May 31, 2012

    [...] As a result, innocent blacks were lynched, beaten, imprisoned, murdered(32) and decapitated in hate-fuelled attacks all over the country.(33) A principle cause of this venomous hatred towards Libya’s black African population (who before [...]

  59. Lies, Damned Lies, and Wikipedia - Ghana HomePage, Ghana101.Com | Everything Ghana | Ghana News| Ghana News | Ghana Politics | Ghana Sports News| Ghana Entertainment News | Ghana Forum | Ghana Chat | Ghana Web Site - May 31, 2012

    [...] As a result, innocent blacks were lynched, beaten, imprisoned, murdered(32) and decapitated in hate-fuelled attacks all over the country.(33) A principle cause of this venomous hatred towards Libya’s black African population (who before [...]

  60. Syrian loyalists massacre children (GRAPHIC!) - Page 6 - Grasscity.com Forums - June 1, 2012

    [...] events in Syria. In addition to this, much like the Syrian rebels, the Libyan rebels also committedwar crimes. While there are those who may be pushing for intervention into Syria, they may want to rethink [...]

  61. LIES, DAMNED LIES, AND WIKIPEDIA | Illuminati Mind Control - June 8, 2012

    [...] As a result, innocent blacks were lynched, beaten, imprisoned, murdered(32) and decapitated in hate-fuelled attacks all over the country.(33)   A principle cause of this venomous hatred towards Libya’s black African population (who [...]

  62. Perception | FavStocks - July 19, 2012

    [...] anti-Saddam militias in an illegal war whose authorisation she supported in a floor speech; the ethnic cleansing of blacks in Libya by the heavily-Islamist anti-Gaddhafi rebels in the wake of a war backedby Ms Clinton; and [...]

  63. The Price of Progress « Kaveh Pourvand - July 22, 2012

    [...] as well as making it illegal to ‘glorify’ Gaddafi or ‘offend’ Islam. There has allegedly been lynchings of Black Libyans accused of being mercenaries for Gaddafi. The country as a whole is [...]

  64. This one's for the Gadaffi Lovers - Page 2 - August 10, 2012

    [...] [...]

  65. 9/11 was an inside job - Page 109 - Grasscity.com Forums - September 6, 2012

    [...] [...]

  66. Breaking News: US Ambassador to Libya, 3 other embassy staff killed in attack in Benghazi - Page 33 - September 13, 2012

    [...] [...]

  67. Hello world! « Doctor Roots - September 15, 2012

    [...] Humanrightsinvestigations.org. (2011, July 7). Retrieved September 8, 2012, from humanrightsinvestigations.org: http://humanrightsinvestigations.org/2011/07/07/libya-ethnic-cleansing/ [...]

  68. Vote Gary Johnson: Here Are 5 Reasons Americans Need to Wake the F*uck Up and Boot Obama and Romney « The Golden Age Daily - September 29, 2012

    [...] became yet another sovereign nation destabilized by NATO. This destabilization campaign resulted in escalated tensions between black Libyans and their Arab counterparts. NATO is responsible for enabling serious human [...]

  69. US government documents: Libya an escalating humanitarian disaster « Human rights investigations - October 22, 2012

    [...] in the Libya conflict HRI and others repeatedly warned of the nature of the Libyan militias and the dangers they posed to the Libyan people and [...]

  70. Obama Openly Supports Children Beheading Infidels and Blacks in Syria | New World Order – Reality Tour - December 12, 2012

    [...] http://humanrightsinvestigations.org/2011/07/07/libya-ethnic-cleansing/ [...]

  71. Oskorei » Blog Archive » Amerikansk geopolitik och Mellanösterns kristna - December 23, 2012

    [...] – Humanitarian Ethnic Cleansing in Kosovo Human rights investigations – Libyan rebel ethnic cleansing and lynching of black people Telegraph – Syria: Christians take up arms for first [...]

  72. Anonymous - January 18, 2013

    [...] [...]

  73. The Last Days of Assad Regime in a Stripped Country | Alexandre Martinez - January 21, 2013

    [...] minorities. There are enough example of exaltations and racial crimes perpetrated by fanatic in Libya or even in Tunisia to fear the [...]

  74. Good extremists/Bad extremists « Guardian War Propaganda - February 3, 2013

    [...] the brutalization of black communities during the Libyan conflict and in its aftermath reports of ethnic cleansing were conveniently swept under the carpet. The extremists who were committing these atrocities and war crimes were subjected to the [...]

  75. Libya & Mali, Good extremists & Bad extremists | Thought FTW - February 4, 2013

    [...] the brutalization of black communities during the Libyan conflict and in its aftermath reports of ethnic cleansing were conveniently swept under the carpet. The extremists who were committing these atrocities and war crimes were subjected to the [...]

  76. Land Destroyer: Libya & Mali, Good extremists & Bad extremists ← Constitutional Zombie Hunting Libertarian Info-Warrior - February 4, 2013

    [...] the brutalization of black communities during the Libyan conflict and in its aftermath reports of ethnic cleansing were conveniently swept under the carpet. The extremists who were committing these atrocities and war crimes were subjected to the [...]

  77. Libya & Mali, Good extremists & Bad extremists | Independent News Hub - February 4, 2013

    [...] the brutalization of black communities during the Libyan conflict and in its aftermath reports of ethnic cleansing were conveniently swept under the carpet. The extremists who were committing these atrocities and war crimes were subjected to the [...]

  78. Libya & Mali, Good extremists & Bad extremists - February 4, 2013

    [...] the brutalization of black communities during the Libyan conflict and in its aftermath reports of ethnic cleansing were conveniently swept under the carpet. The extremists who were committing these atrocities and war crimes were subjected to the [...]

  79. Libya & Mali, Good extremists & Bad extremists | FreeWestRadio.com - February 5, 2013

    [...] the brutalization of black communities during the Libyan conflict and in its aftermath reports of ethnic cleansing were conveniently swept under the carpet. The extremists who were committing these atrocities and war crimes were subjected to the [...]

  80. Libya & Mali, Good extremists & Bad extremists - February 6, 2013

    [...] the brutalization of black communities during the Libyan conflict and in its aftermath reports of ethnic cleansing were conveniently swept under the carpet. The extremists who were committing these atrocities and war crimes were subjected to the [...]

  81. Libya & Mali, Good extremists & Bad extremists « PN - February 11, 2013

    [...] the brutalization of black communities during the Libyan conflict and in its aftermath reports of ethnic cleansing were conveniently swept under the carpet. The extremists who were committing these atrocities and war crimes were subjected to the [...]

  82. Libya War Effects | Naam Association - February 20, 2013

    [...] Libyans and African guest workers have been systematically lynched and entire towns and villages have been displaced by the conflict. The population of Tawargha, [...]

  83. So…Technically…Is Obama Now The Global Head of Al-Qaeda? | Chowder Frog - March 21, 2013

    [...] led to a country ruled by thugs who have rounded up, tortured and executed thousands of black Libyans. It also led to the attack on the US consulate in Benghazi, which was carried out by some of the [...]

  84. Obama Now Global Head of Al-Qaeda | Monolithik - March 21, 2013

    [...] led to a country ruled by thugs who have rounded up, tortured and executed thousands of black Libyans. It also led to the attack on the US consulate in Benghazi, which was carried out by some of the [...]

  85. 0bama Now Global Head of Al-Qaeda | THE WAKING GIANT - March 21, 2013

    [...] led to a country ruled by thugs who have rounded up, tortured and executed thousands of black Libyans. It also led to the attack on the US consulate in Benghazi, which was carried out by some of the [...]

  86. Will President Obama Order Drone Strike on White House?  Dark Politricks - March 21, 2013

    [...] led to a country ruled by thugs who have rounded up, tortured and executed thousands of black Libyans. It also led to the attack on the US consulate in Benghazi, which was carried out by some of the [...]

  87. Obama Now Global Head of Al-Qaeda | Nwo Report - March 21, 2013

    [...] led to a country ruled by thugs who have rounded up, tortured and executed thousands of black Libyans. It also led to the attack on the US consulate in Benghazi, which was carried out by some of the [...]

  88. Obama Now Global Head of Al-Qaeda - March 21, 2013

    [...] led to a country ruled by thugs who have rounded up, tortured and executed thousands of black Libyans. It also led to the attack on the US consulate in Benghazi, which was carried out by some of [...]

  89. Obama Now Global Head of Al-Qaeda - Pod Shelter - March 22, 2013

    [...] led to a country ruled by thugs who have rounded up, tortured and executed thousands of black Libyans. It also led to the attack on the US consulate in Benghazi, which was carried out by some of the [...]

  90. Obama Now Global Head of Al-Qaeda | Ron Larsen's Freedom Train - March 22, 2013

    [...] led to a country ruled by thugs who have rounded up, tortured and executed thousands of black Libyans. It also led to the attack on the US consulate in Benghazi, which was carried out by some of the [...]

  91. Important Obama Now Global Head of Al-Qaeda - March 22, 2013

    [...] also killed U.S. troops in Iraq, to overthrow Gaddafi.That led to a country ruled by thugs who have rounded up, tortured and executed thousands of black Libyans. It also led to the attack on the US consulate in Benghazi, which was carried out by some of the [...]

  92. Wild & Crazy But True: Obama bin Laden | Thought Crime Radio - March 22, 2013

    [...] led to a country ruled by thugs who have rounded up, tortured and executed thousands of black Libyans. It also led to the attack on the US consulate in Benghazi, which was carried out by some of the [...]

  93. Mounting Evidence: Barack Obama Now Global Head Of Al-Qaeda | Tony Johnson - March 22, 2013

    [...] led to a country ruled by thugs who have rounded up, tortured and executed thousands of black Libyans. It also led to the attack on the US consulate in Benghazi, which was carried out by some of the [...]

  94. Obama Now Global Head of Al-Qaeda - Rise of the Right - March 22, 2013

    [...] led to a country ruled by thugs who have rounded up, tortured and executed thousands of black Libyans. It also led to the attack on the US consulate in Benghazi, which was carried out by some of the [...]

  95. Obama Now Global Head of Al-Qaeda | Real News World Wide - March 22, 2013

    [...] led to a country ruled by thugs who have rounded up, tortured and executed thousands of black Libyans. It also led to the attack on the US consulate in Benghazi, which was carried out by some of the [...]

  96. Western-Backed “Arab Spring” Leads to Persecution of Christians  Dark Politricks - March 27, 2013

    [...] Christians are being treated similarly to blacks, who since the rebel uprising have been rounded up in their thousands, detained and tortured to death in prison camps merely on the accusation that they worked for Gaddafi, in a barbarous act of ethnic [...]

  97. Obama Now Global Head of Al-Qaeda // FreedomBrief.com // Question everything. - March 27, 2013

    [...] led to a country ruled by thugs who have rounded up, tortured and executed thousands of black Libyans. It also led to the attack on the US consulate in Benghazi, which was carried out by some of the [...]

  98. Info Wars: Western-Backed “Arab Spring” Leads to Persecution of Christians | BirchIndigo - March 27, 2013

    [...] Christians are being treated similarly to blacks, who since the rebel uprising have been rounded up in their thousands, detained and tortured to death in prison camps merely on the accusation that they worked for Gaddafi, in a barbarous act of [...]

  99. WESTERN-BACKED ARAB SPRING LEADS TO PERSECUTION OF CHRISTIANS | sreaves32 - March 28, 2013

    [...] Christians are being treated similarly to blacks, who since the rebel uprising have been rounded up in their thousands, detained and tortured to death in prison camps merely on the accusation that they worked for Gaddafi, in a barbarous act of [...]

  100. Matthews Lectures Limbaugh: ‘Racism Is The Belief That One Race, Whites, Should Rule All Others’ - OnyxBook - April 2, 2013

    [...] Indian Hindus discriminating against Muslims, Zimbabwean militias ransacking white-owned farms, Libyan rebels targeting black residents, Israeli Jews discriminating against Palestinians, et [...]

  101. The Real Horror of Benghazi Was Ethnic Cleansing-Let’s Talk About That | Davey D's Hip Hop Corner - May 13, 2013

    […] countries were lynched in the streets.. The human rights violations were atrocious.. Read about it HERE .. You can also read about it HERE.  There are scores of articles and detailed reports of this […]

  102. The Real Horror of Benghazi Was Ethnic Cleansing-Let’s Talk About That « Attack the System - May 15, 2013

    […] countries were lynched in the streets.. The human rights violations were atrocious.. Read about it HERE .. You can also read about it HERE.  There are scores of articles and detailed reports of this […]

  103. Mounting Evidence: Barack Obama Now Global Head Of Al-Qaeda? | ~~Defender of Faith~Guardian of Truth~~ - May 28, 2013

    […] led to a country ruled by thugs who have rounded up, tortured and executed thousands of black Libyans. It also led to the attack on the US consulate in Benghazi, which was carried out by some of the […]

  104. Please stop insulting Socialists by saying Obama is one of us - Democrats, Republicans, Libertarians, Conservatives, Liberals, Third Parties, Left-Wing, Right-Wing, Congress, President - City-Data Forum - June 1, 2013

    […] […]

  105. A look back at Libya « Guardian War Propaganda - June 21, 2013

    […] Another biased attribute of the Guardians reporting on Libya was the downplaying or ignoring of atrocities committed by the NATO backed rebels. As stated on a previous blog post – the UK Government and media outlets downplayed and largely ignored the brutalization of black communities during the Libyan conflict and in its aftermath reports of ethnic cleansing were conveniently swept under the carpet.  […]

  106. A look back at Libya « Guardian War Propaganda - June 24, 2013

    […] “The UK Government and media outlets downplayed and largely ignored the brutalization of black communities during the Libyan conflict and in its aftermath reports of ethnic cleansing were conveniently swept under the carpet.“ […]

  107. A look back at Libya « Guardian War Propaganda - June 24, 2013

    […] “The UK Government and media outlets downplayed and largely ignored the brutalization of black communities during the Libyan conflict and in its aftermath reports of ethnic cleansing were conveniently swept under the carpet.” […]

  108. Syria: Where the Obama Doctrine of covert war spectacularly backfired | Intrepid Report.com - June 27, 2013

    […] special forces led Libya’s NATO rebels on a mad march from Benghazi to Tripoli replete with racist violence, torture and ethnic cleansing. Most of the developing world now understands that this was never about protecting civilians as the […]

  109. The Glory of Being a Communist - Page 47 - June 27, 2013

    […] […]

  110. Paul McCartney, Other Performers Threatened By Israel Boycotters | Globe Tribune.Info בס”ד - July 11, 2013

    […] Blacks in Libya are being ethnically cleansed with terrible brutality by the Nato installed government. […]

  111. The Iranian Deal: Fine By Me | Old Right Musings - November 25, 2013

    […] a stable government in Iraq, cannot defeat guerrillas in Afghanistan, and whose meddling has caused nothing but horror in places Libya has absolutely no business starting a military conflict with Iran, a country whose […]

  112. islam en racisme | Fubar - January 3, 2014

    […] Libyan rebel ethnic cleansing and lynching of black people, Human rights investigations,  July 7, […]

  113. Qaddafi: The Tyrants and the Tyrant - Jihad of the Pen | Jihad of the Pen - January 18, 2014

    […] and justice are to them. Take, for example, the smoothed over reports of how the rebels have been ethnically cleansing the black Libyans (Tuareg and others) or how the rebels have been shelling civilians. Both of these […]

  114. ALQAEDA AND OBAMA | Stuff I Like to Blog About - January 23, 2014

    […] led to a country ruled by thugs who have rounded up, tortured and executed thousands of black Libyans. It also led to the attack on the US consulate in Benghazi, which was carried out by some of the […]

  115. Al-Qaeda: The Best Enemy Money Can Buy | Global Clarity - January 23, 2014

    […] led to a country ruled by thugs who have rounded up, tortured and executed thousands of black Libyans. It also led to the attack on the US consulate in Benghazi, which was carried out by some of the […]

  116. The Obama Al-Qaeda: The Best Enemy Money Can Buy - January 24, 2014

    […] led to a country ruled by thugs who have rounded up, tortured and executed thousands of black Libyans. It also led to the attack on the US consulate in Benghazi, which was carried out by some of […]

  117. Al-Qaeda: The Best Enemy Money Can Buy | Colorado Can We Talk - January 24, 2014

    […] led to a country ruled by thugs who have rounded up, tortured and executed thousands of black Libyans. It also led to the attack on the US consulate in Benghazi, which was carried out by some of the […]

  118. Why the Military Industrial Complex Needs Al-Qaeda, the Best Enemy Money Can Buy - January 25, 2014

    […] led to a country ruled by thugs who have rounded up, tortured and executed thousands of black Libyans. It also led to the attack on the US consulate in Benghazi, which was carried out by some of the […]

  119. Why the Military Industrial Complex Needs Al-Qaeda, the Best Enemy Money Can Buy | - January 25, 2014

    […] led to a country ruled by thugs who have rounded up, tortured and executed thousands of black Libyans. It also led to the attack on the US consulate in Benghazi, which was carried out by some of the […]

  120. IS THIS THE REASON OBAMA SUPPORTS AND FIGHTS AL-QAEDA? | PatriotsBillboard - January 25, 2014

    […] led to a country ruled by thugs who have rounded up, tortured and executed thousands of black Libyans. It also led to the attack on the US consulate in Benghazi, which was carried out by some of the […]

  121. The Needs of Al-Qaeda for Military Industrial Complex - January 25, 2014

    […] led to a country ruled by thugs who have rounded up, tortured and executed thousands of black Libyans. It also led to the attack on the US consulate in Benghazi, which was carried out by some of the […]

  122. IS THIS THE REASON OBAMA SUPPORTS AND FIGHTS AL-QAEDA? | - January 25, 2014

    […] led to a country ruled by thugs who have rounded up, tortured and executed thousands of black Libyans. It also led to the attack on the US consulate in Benghazi, which was carried out by some of the […]

  123. Socialist Fight - January 28, 2014

    […] We all know what happened to the“revolution”; were we all supposed to cheer along with Cameron and Sarkozy when the latter two went to Tripoli to celebrate the victory of their “revolution”and must we forget about all the black immigrant workers the “rebels” lynched as soon as their “revolution” began in Benghazi – see “Libyan rebel ethnic cleansing and lynching of black people” http://humanrightsinvestigations.org/2011/07/07/libya-ethnic-cleansing/ […]

  124. What are The Differences Between the RCIT and the DSM/CWI? | Socialist Fight - January 29, 2014

    […] We all know what happened to the“revolution”; were we all supposed to cheer along with Cameron and Sarkozy when the latter two went to Tripoli to celebrate the victory of their “revolution”and must we forget about all the black immigrant workers the “rebels” lynched as soon as their “revolution” began in Benghazi – see “Libyan rebel ethnic cleansing and lynching of black people” http://humanrightsinvestigations.org/2011/07/07/libya-ethnic-cleansing/ […]

  125. Libya’s decent into chaos following NATO’s intervention – The Analyst Report - April 8, 2014

    […] war and instability. The Western funded radical Islamic rebels were frequently caught committing atrocities against Black Africans in a country that was ironically bombed by NATO under the pretext of ‘protecting […]

  126. Pan-African Alliance » Mourning Muammar Gaddafi – An African Hero - August 9, 2014

    […] The U.S. backed rebels then tuned their attention to Gaddafi supporters, and have lynched many of the Black citizens of Libya in what has been called ethnic cleansing. […]

  127. La política de la división | Periodismo Alternativo - September 14, 2014

    […] paz, lucharon contra los terroristas apoyados por Occidente y están ahora sometidos a una vida de caos y brutalidad de una talla de la que Occidente no ha visto desde hace muchos años. Bashar al-Assad, la principal […]

  128. La política de la división - R-evolución - September 15, 2014

    […] paz, lucharon contra los terroristas apoyados por Occidente y están ahora sometidos a una vida de caos y brutalidad de una talla de la que Occidente no ha visto desde hace muchos años. Bashar al-Assad, la principal […]

  129. Why the Military Industrial Complex Needs Al-Qaeda | TAR News - September 25, 2014

    […] led to a country ruled by thugs who have rounded up, tortured and executed thousands of black Libyans. It also led to the attack on the US consulate in Benghazi, which was carried out by some of the […]

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