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Cameron and Sarkozy to carry on bombing Libya

Cameron and Sarkozy visited Tripoli today in a carefully staged public relations operation. The two held a press conference with Chairman Mustapha Abdel Jalil and Prime Minister Mahmoud Jibril as the two western leaders pledged to carry on bombing Libya as long as it takes. There was, of course, no mention of the recent seal of approval Mahmoud […]

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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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Human Rights Watch and persecution of black people in Tripoli

Today Human Rights Watch (HRW) reports on the arbitrary detention of black-skinned people in Tripoli. HRW is one of the members of the “Responsibility to Protect coalition” and has been slow to condemn the racist atrocities of the Libyan rebellion and has little to say about the bombing of civilians by NATO in places like Zlitan. HRW is not to be confused […]

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Amnesty and racist rebel atrocities in Libya

On the 12th July, Human Rights Investigations wrote: “Given the atrocities committed in Misrata and Benghazi the option of allowing the rebels to conquer pro-Gaddafi population centres is inconceivable – there is now only one option – and that option is peace.” Well, Mr Anders Fogh Rasmussen and NATO did not agree and the atrocities […]

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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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Luis Moreno-Ocampo and Saif al-Islam Gaddafi

Instigator of racist violence, ICC Prosecutor Luis Moreno-Ocampo,  confirmed late on Sunday that Saif al-Islam Gaddafi had been detained by “rebel special forces” according to The Telegraph. “Saif was captured in Libya,” he said. “We have confidential information from different sources that we have within Libya confirming this.” Libyan rebels had said earlier that they had detained […]