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Please help stop the NATO bombing in Libya: email campaign

Human Rights Investigations supports the email campaign to stop the NATO bombing in Libya, to prevent massacres such as we have already seen in Zlitan and NATO supported ethnic cleansing in places such as Tawergha and to protect the people of Sabha, Zlitan and the south of Libya from further death and destruction. Take just a few easy steps […]

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NATO’s ‘responsibility to protect’ doesn’t extend to black migrants

A number of reports now, from a variety of organisations, show that black people are being rounded up, disappearing or being interned in atrocious conditions in Tripoli. Hundreds of African workers are stuck in various locations including about 1,000 at the military port of Sidi Bilal six miles west of Tripoli, fearing for their lives, with […]

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The fate of the Tawarghans – soon to be shared by Sabha

We have been following the fate of the people of Tawargha since one of the Misratan rebel commanders threatened to wipe Tawargha off the map. The same commander then turned up on camera with Orla Guerin of the BBC, as Tawargha was taken by the rebels with NATO support and the inhabitants fled. There can be no […]

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Senator John McCain quick to support the racist lynch mobs

Senator McCain R-Arizona the top Republican on the Senate Armed Services Committee, was quickly off the mark to Benghazi in April to give political support to the rebels. Here is the video of him visiting:     Here is the building which John McCain was visiting in a picture (courtesy of Al Jazeera creative commons […]

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NATO’s secret weapon – racism

Human Rights Investigations has been repeatedly warning about the Libyan rebels and it has become increasingly clear that racism lies at the very heart of the conflict in Libya. It now clear that the rebel forces are NATO (and Qatar and UAE)’s proxy fighters on the ground. Many of these fighters have been recruited and motivated on […]

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War – what is it good for – absolutely nothing

WARNING VERY GRAPHIC VIDEO: DEAD CHILDREN The following video includes more footage from the NATO bombing of Libya including from a strike on Sorman – very disturbing. The military head of the Libya bombing campaign is Lieutenant- General Charles Bouchard – a modern version of Catch 22’s Lieutenant-General Scheisskopf. The NATO bombing missions continue at the same level – […]

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More Tripoli Atrocities – Alex Thomson saves Nigerians

Alex Thomson of Channel 4 News reports – and probably saves the lives of nine Nigerian men: (Updated link 17/03/2018) Human Rights Investigations warned that the failure to find a political solution and the entry of rebels into Tripoli would lead to a humanitarian disaster – and that is what has unfolded. Here are more […]

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Finally… The UNHCR breaks the silence on murders of blacks in Tripoli

The UNHCR has finally blown the veil off the racist atrocities being committed by Libyan rebels: GENEVA, August 26 (UNHCR) – UN High Commissioner for Refugees António Guterres has issued a strong call for sub-Saharan Africans to be protected in Libya as reports emerge from Tripoli of people being targeted because of their colour as […]

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NATO’s peaceful and sustainable political solution: turn Tripoli into a slaughterhouse

NATO has been described as the rebel air force, but it is more accurate to describe the rebels as NATO’s ground forces. The National Transitional Council has little independence and NATO controls the rebel ground forces, arms them, trains them, provides advisers, provides massive fire support and decides on strategy. NATO controls the air and sea […]

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The BBC coverage of Libya

The coverage by the British Broadcasting Company of Libya has been ignorant, lazy, orientalist and biased. Anyone looking for real information on what is happening in Libya, Syria or any other country has to turn to social media – blogs and twitter. One of the main problems for mainstream journalists is that they see what […]