viernes, 25 de noviembre de 2011

Yousseff Shakir lider de los Warfala vive

Le Coordinateur des tribus et le chef tribal "Warfala" n'est

 pas mort (24 novembre 2011)

Publié le 24/11/2011 à 10:52 - 1291 visites
Source : ALGERIA ISP
Libye – Le Coordinateur des tribus et le chef tribal
ALGERIA ISP / Le 19 octobre 2011, nous avons diffusé l'information du décès de monsieur Ali Ahwal dans la ville de Bani Walid ; un coordinateur des tribus libyennes et chef tribal "Warfala".
Hier, nous étions surpris de son interview avec le docteur Youcef Chakir.
D'après une source Libyenne, la rumeur de son décès a été diffusée par la tribu de Warfala afin de faciliter son évacuation de la ville assiégée Bani Walid. Finalement, il a pu sorti de la ville saint et sauf.
Ceci explique l'investissement jusqu'à ce moment dans le soutien à la Libye verte. Ils n'ont jamais tourné de veste comme les autres traitres.
Hier, à Bani walid, sa tribu Warfala a donné une bonne leçon aux rebelles.

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Aircraft Carrier CVN-77 Parks Next Door To Syria Just As US Urges Americans To Leave Country "Immediately"





Yesterday we reported that the Arab League (with European and US support) are preparing to institute a no fly zone over Syria. Today, we get an escalation which confirms we may be on the edge. Just out from CBS"The U.S. Embassy in Damascus urged its citizens in Syria to depart "immediately," and Turkey's foreign ministry urged Turkish pilgrims to opt for flights to return home from Saudi Arabia to avoid traveling through Syria." But probably the most damning evidence that the "western world" is about to do the unthinkable and invade Syria, and in the process force Iran to retaliate, is the weekly naval update from Stratfor, which always has some very interesting if always controversial view on geopolitics, where we find that for the first time in many months, CVN 77 George H.W. Bush has left its traditional theater of operations just off the Straits of Hormuz, a critical choke point, where it traditionally accompanies the Stennis, and has parked... right next to Syria.
From Stratfor:
And from CBS:
"The U.S. Embassy continues to urge U.S. citizens in Syria to depart immediately while commercial transportation is available," said a statement issued to the American community in Syria Wednesday and posted on the Embassy's website. "The number of airlines serving Syria has decreased significantly since the summer, while many of those airlines remaining have reduced their number of flights."

The warning followed an announcement in Washington this week that Ambassador Robert Ford would not return to Syria this month as planned, indicating concerns over his safety.

The Obama administration quietly pulled Ford out of Syria last month, citing credible personal threats against him.

The Turkish foreign ministry on Wednesday urged Turkish pilgrims to opt for flights to return home from Saudi Arabia and avoid traveling through Syria for security reasons.

The warning came two days after Syrian soldiers opened fire on at least two buses carrying Turkish citizens, witnesses and officials said, apparent retaliation for Turkey's criticism of Assad. The Turks were returning from Saudi Arabia after performing the annual Muslim pilgrimage to Mecca in Saudi Arabia.
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