September 12th, 2012
NewsRescue- On the 11th anniversary of the September 11 twin tower attacks, the US ambassador to Libya, J. Christopher Stevens was killed in a rocket attack at the US consulate in Benghazi. Resulting from the attacks, four bodies of Americans have been reported at the Libyan airport according to CNN.
Ambassador J. Christopher Stevens reportedly went to the Benghazi consulate under attack, believing he had some leverage with the terrorists and will be able to secure the safety of the staff.
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It can be recalled of the uprising in Libya, that from the early stages the Ambassador was strongly behind the Benghazi terrorist overthrow of Ghaddafi regime, and he coordinated the successful Al-Qaeda and Benghazi terrorists overthrow of the region-stabilizing Ghadaffi government.
The current attack of the US consulate in Benghazi is not the first of its kind since Libya became the worlds first official terrorist governed nation. There have been at least two other previous attacks of the consulate in the past.
Blacks in Libya have also come under attack of the new NATO incorporated terrorist government, and recently in addition to the mass deportation of Libya’s blacks, they were locked up in Zoos to be ridiculed by Libyan radicals.
It can also be recalled that at the so-called liberation of Libya, Al-Qaeda flags were the symbol of the US-NATO ‘liberation’, and a flag was even hoisted atop the Benghazi court house.
People are describing the murder of Americas ambassador to Libya as another Frankenstein event, and the most major policy gaffe in recent history. In this ‘declaration of war’, the assassination of the US ambassador, the like of which last occurred in 1979, when the envoy to Afghanistan, Adolph Dubs was killed, the world is watching to see what the reaction of US president Obama will be to his ‘allies’.
Terror continues to spill out of the NATO ‘liberated’ Libya to neighboring countries, Mali had its government sacked and is in a state of turmoil. Algeria has been complaining about the state of its security due to terror from Libya, and Libyan terror and arms are affecting nations as far as Nigeria where rocket propelled grenade launchers and Ghaddafi arms are being supplied constantly to extremists in the nation.
In Syria, the same empowering of Al-Qaeda extremists by the West is leading to a predictable similar state as now abounds in Libya. There is already an increasing spillover of terrorism to neighboring states, like Iraq, where bombings are at an all time high.
Analysts have described that Al-Qaeda is at an all time strongest level. Now emerging from cave hiding terrorists into powerful public international policy players, representing Western and Middle Eastern hegemonists’ interests in regime change and even governance in Africa and the Middle East. See: NewsRescue- Al-Qaeda Leader Strikes Deal With U.S., Saudis To Send 5,000 Fighters to Syria
The impact of this dangerous game to world peace and security is frightening.
Related- BBC: Libya unrest: UK envoy’s convoy attacked in Benghazi
Two British bodyguards have been injured in an attack on a convoy carrying the British ambassador to Libya, embassy officials have said.
Ambassador Dominic Asquith and all other staff were unhurt in the attack in Benghazi.
A rocket-propelled grenade hit the car carrying the consular team’s security escort, a Libyan official said.
It is not known who carried out the attack, which comes days after the US mission was targeted.
The Red Cross and UN have also come under attack recently.
The US mission in Benghazi was targeted after Washington’s announcement of the death of Abu Yahya al-Libi, a Libyan who was a top al-Qaeda operative in Pakistan.
An embassy spokeswoman told the BBC: “A convoy carrying the British ambassador to Libya was involved in a serious incident in Benghazi this afternoon.
“Two British ‘close protection officers’ were injured in the attack. They are receiving medical treatment.”
The UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office said it was “working with the Libyan authorities to work out who was responsible”.
Benghazi served as the headquarters of the Libyan rebels in their battle to depose Muammar Gaddafi last year.
It has seen a number of attacks on international staff this year in which nobody was injured
- Last week, a bomb was thrown at the front gate of the US diplomatic mission in the city
- The offices of the Red Cross were hit by a rocket-propelled grenade in May
- In April, a bomb targeted a convoy carrying the head of the UN mission to Libya