The Telegraph: Relazioni strette tra i libici e i ribelli siriani

Daily Telegraph

Il Daily Telegraph ha riferito che l’ex terrorista libico trasformatosi in leader ribelle, Abdulhakim Belhadj, ora a capo del Consiglio militare Tripoli, “si è incontrato con i leaders dell’Esercito Libero Siriano a Istanbul e al confine con la Turchia,” dopo essere stato mandato lì da Mustafa Abdul Jalil, il presidente ad interim libico.
Belhadj è l’ex leader del Gruppo Combattente Islamico Libico (LIFG), designato come un’organizzazione terroristica dal Dipartimento di Stato americano.
Belhadj è stato catturato dalla CIA in Malesia nel 2003 ed estradato in Libia, dove il colonnello Gheddafi lo fece imprigionare.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/africaandindianocean/libya/8919057/Leading-Libyan-Islamist-met-Free-Syrian-Army-opposition-group.html

Pakistan Observer
February 12, 2012
di Akhtar Jamal

– The Daily Telegraph reported that former terrorist turned Libyan rebel leader Abdulhakim Belhadj, now head of the Tripoli Military Council, “met with Free Syrian Army leaders in Istanbul and on the border with Turkey,” after being sent there by Mustafa Abdul Jalil, the interim Libyan president.
Belhadj is the former front man for the Libyan Islamic Fighting Group (LIFG), designated as a terrorist organization by the US State Department. Belhadj was captured by the CIA in Malaysia in 2003 and extradited to Libya where Colonel Gaddafi had him imprisoned.

Islamabad – According to a report by Israeli intelligence outfit DEBKAFile British Special Forces are on the ground in Syria directing rebel fighters in a repeat of how Libyan rebels were aided in the overthrow of Colonel Gaddafi.

DEBKAfile’s exclusive military and intelligence sources were quoted as saying that foreign units are not engaging in direct combat but are acting in an advisory capacity, while also relaying requests for arms outside of the country.