Skip to main content
  1. Life
  2. Neighborhoods
  3. Places & Faces

Libyans, backed by Obama admin. allegedly use Sarin gas to quell uprising

See also

A tribal leader says Sarin gas has been used to quell an uprising near Tripoli. The allegations are being lodged against the Libyan provisional government that is backed by both the U.N. and the Obama admin.

Sheik Hassan Ajeely who is a leader of the Wershevana tribe says the government launched sarin gas attacks on its citizens. It was used in an effort to stamp out the uprising known as the Libyan Green Flag of Resistance.

WND says it had an exclusive Skype interview with Hassan, and he told them: "Last month, the United Nations-backed al-Qaida-related Islamic militia has begun killing civilian members of our tribe with Sarin gas attacks.”

He alleged that the government backed by the U.N., NATO and the United States, has "paid a bounty to recruit al-Qaeda militia and related Islamic militants to launch the gas attacks."

Hassan added:

The gas attacks killed many people in the Wershevana tribe and many others were taken to the Al Zahra Hospital in Tripoli. The international press are reporting nothing even though all the Libyan militia are armed with sarin gas missiles.”

WND claims they received copies of two reports written in Arabic from Al Zahra Hospital which seems to verify the gas attacks. The documents were translated for WND by an Arabic-speaking linguist. They read that two different patients were treated as "victims of a chemical gas attack of an unspecified nature." The documents are dated Jan. 23, 2014; 9 p.m.

The reports indicated the victims were treated for "fainting and difficult breathing due to inhaling an unknown gas" [sic].

Hassan also alleges that Dr. Tark Mitri who is head of the United Nations Support Mission in Libya, (UNSMIL), has ignored the provisional government paying bounties to recruit Islamic extremists from Tunisia, Qatar and Sudan.

The Islamic extremists are used to attack citizens who oppose the NATO and U.S. backed Libyans. WND also reports they have been able to document the claims by various Libyan tribal leaders about the recruited Islamic extremists.

WND recorded, using Skype, that Sudanese military aircraft piloted by Tunisian militants had been bombing tribal areas in southern Libya. They also obtained a photograph of a police car in Tripoli painted with the black flag of al-Qaeda.

Hassan says tribal forces are in the process of rising up against the provisional government headed by Prime Minister Ali Zeidan. It appears the government is corrupt and working in conjunction with al-Qaeda and other radical Islamic groups.

It would appear this is the result of U.S. liberation we brought Libya in 2011. Libya isn't the only country in chaos, Iraq has been since troops were pulled out in. December 2011. Since then Iraq has been on the verge of civil war with sectarian violence occurring weekly, if not daily.

If you like this article you can follow Joseph on Twitter @cybervoyager62. For hard-hitting conservative commentary, please visit Joseph’s author page at the Conservative Firing Line. You can also find Joseph’s articles at Liberty Unyielding, Dothan Christianity Examiner If you would like to read more Marine Corps Examiner articles click here.

You can also connect with Joseph on Facebook, at Spokane Conservative Examiner, The American Voice, Independent Examiner and The Red Shirt Regiment, a page mostly dedicated to our troops.

To read inspirational works and view photos by Joseph please visit Joseph L. Parker Freelance writer and Nature photographer You can also watch inspirational videos on Joseph's Youtube channel.

Advertisement

Life

  • Dead babies found
    Seven dead babies were found in Utah resident Megan Huntsman's old home
    Video
    Shocking Discovery
  • Kendall Jenner
    Get the Coachella looks: Kendall Jenner’s nose ring, green hair and edgy nails
    Camera
    Coachella Look
  • Dog's Easter basket
    How to fill your dog’s Easter basket with the perfect toys
    Easter Basket
  • Rabbit owners
    Bringing home the bunny: Important information for rabbit owners
    Camera
    7 Photos
  • Haunted island
    The world’s most haunted island may soon be the most haunted luxury resort
    Haunted Resort
  • Sunken ferry
    Search continues for missing passengers after a ferry sinks off the South Korean coast
    Video
    Sunken Ferry

User login

Log in
Sign in with your email and password. Or reset your password.
Write for us
Interested in becoming an Examiner and sharing your experience and passion? We're always looking for quality writers. Find out more about Examiner.com and apply today!