Gaddafi killed anyone who discovered his mother was Jewish, aide claims

Jul 20, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: The Times of Israel

Former Libyan leader Moammar Gaddafi gestures with a green cane as he takes his seat behind bulletproof glass for a military parade in Green Square, Tripoli, Libya in 2009 Muammar Gaddafi, Libya's deposed leader, ordered his ambassador to Italy killed for revealing that his mother was Jewish, Gaddafi's chief of protocol claimed in an interview.

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zendra

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Same old worn out stories that just make me laugh ,you couldn't touch him when war started and you can't touch him now as much as you wanted!!!! Muammar Gaddafi fought against whole world militarily and through media ,remember that against whole evil world!!!! Same story know happening in Syria with leading production of qatar in front of the entire world and all those lies and fabrication is exposing their masters day by day time will tell !!!! Allah Muammar Libya , Bashar Al Assad Syria !!!
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Muammar Gaddafi died like a dog.

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Interesting. I wonder what all the black African Gaddhafi apologists will think when they read this article and discover that their beloved King of Kings of Africa considered them all to be no better than black slaves.
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Am black african,but i dont think i can go to libya and feel safe the way i would during the time of gadaf..we all know what is happening to tawaregans and other africans in libya now.people from bangradesh,europe and arabs are allowed to go and work in libya now,but black africans are not ..i work with arabs,irish,sebs and many more races from europe but the only people i feel part of,are aussies,irish and british..arabs are hipocrits and too greedy,if you visit any strip club,you would be shocked to find that 90% of customers are arabs but during the day look at what they do to their women..at some eid prayers, some arab refused to shake my hand.so what ever gadaf said about africans i dont care,
because most of the arabs are the same,'hypocrits'and all what is happening in their countries its because the westeners discovered there weakness and that is greed,lack of brotherly love and ruthlessness....
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Look @ source "times of isreal"?????????lmao
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Ditto Dog wrote:
Interesting. I wonder what all the black African Gaddhafi apologists will think when they read this article and discover that their beloved King of Kings of Africa considered them all to be no better than black slaves.
Hey, young British mercenary, are you still in here? when did you get out of Syria ?
It looks like things are going from bad to worse for the rebels.
Assad is kicking their asses.
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Panafrican wrote:
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Hey, young British mercenary, are you still in here? when did you get out of Syria ?
It looks like things are going from bad to worse for the rebels.
Assad is kicking their asses.
The Syrian rebels saw the attack on Tripoli and thought they could win the battles of Damascus and Aleppo.No NATO in the air is the difference.They are now in tactical retreat.lol.They are so desperate the chemical weapons line is being used.

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Hey, young British mercenary, are you still in here? when did you get out of Syria ?
It looks like things are going from bad to worse for the rebels.
Assad is kicking their asses.
Don't you read any news through to the end? "Assad is kicking their asses" in deed! It sure doesn't seem to be helping him. It's the wide spread opinion of most Syria experts and journalists that Assad's days are now irrefutably numbered. It's now supposed to be only a question of time for his regime to collapse. Assad better watch out that he doesn't end up like Gaddhafi. I'd hate to see something like that again especially with Assad. He might be a dictator but he hasn't earned that kind of end.

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arthur wrote:
<quoted text>The Syrian rebels saw the attack on Tripoli and thought they could win the battles of Damascus and Aleppo.No NATO in the air is the difference.They are now in tactical retreat.lol.They are so desperate the chemical weapons line is being used.
I don't think anyone, least of all the rebels, seriously imagined Damascus falling so easily like Tripoli. The regime's forces are still far too strong. But it's now been proven that Damascus is not unassailable anymore. That in itself is a message to anyone in or near the regime who are still considering their options. I think we'll be now seeing even more regime defections.

Also the regime has had to pull out forces from other parts of the country to shore up defences in the capital leaving important parts of Syria undermanned. Experts think that's the reason why the rebels have now managed to take a few border crossings.

Border crossings are always important to insurgents. They can be used to get supplies through for themselves and block supplies to the enemy. I used to think that Assad had a good chance of winning. Now I'm almost certain that he's going to lose.

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Look @ source "times of isreal"?????????lmao
Yep, the source is suspicious and the information maybe BS. We shall see if other sources confirm it or not.

But good for you! You actually do watch out what sources the "news" is coming from. I wish others here would do the same instead of repeatedly quoting some BS websites.
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This article is just more complete BULL SH.T and nothing more.The lies and propaganda from the terrorist supporting american jewish controlled government never stop do they.
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Ditto Dog wrote:
Interesting. I wonder what all the black African Gaddhafi apologists will think when they read this article and discover that their beloved King of Kings of Africa considered them all to be no better than black slaves.
They will know it is lies and disinformation spread by the terrorist american government and israel. All designed to try and tarnish the good name of Gadaffi.I suspect the people of africa will remember the billions of dollars he gave to the various countries of africa to help free them from the grip of the IMF and world bank.Gadaffi truly cared about his people and the people of africa.
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Ditto Dog wrote:
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Don't you read any news through to the end? "Assad is kicking their asses" in deed! It sure doesn't seem to be helping him. It's the wide spread opinion of most Syria experts and journalists that Assad's days are now irrefutably numbered. It's now supposed to be only a question of time for his regime to collapse. Assad better watch out that he doesn't end up like Gaddhafi. I'd hate to see something like that again especially with Assad. He might be a dictator but he hasn't earned that kind of end.
Continue to dream terrorist supporting jewish propagandist.The terrorist in Syria are being caught and killed more every day thankfully.Assad is doing a great job of fighting these terrorist which are funded and armed by the american government and israel.
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I don't think anyone, least of all the rebels, seriously imagined Damascus falling so easily like Tripoli. The regime's forces are still far too strong. But it's now been proven that Damascus is not unassailable anymore. That in itself is a message to anyone in or near the regime who are still considering their options. I think we'll be now seeing even more regime defections.
Also the regime has had to pull out forces from other parts of the country to shore up defences in the capital leaving important parts of Syria undermanned. Experts think that's the reason why the rebels have now managed to take a few border crossings.
Border crossings are always important to insurgents. They can be used to get supplies through for themselves and block supplies to the enemy. I used to think that Assad had a good chance of winning. Now I'm almost certain that he's going to lose.
Do not try the lies and propaganda about border crossings because we are already aware that is BS jewish terrorist supporting propagandist.
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Ditto Dog wrote:
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I don't think anyone, least of all the rebels, seriously imagined Damascus falling so easily like Tripoli. The regime's forces are still far too strong. But it's now been proven that Damascus is not unassailable anymore. That in itself is a message to anyone in or near the regime who are still considering their options. I think we'll be now seeing even more regime defections.
Also the regime has had to pull out forces from other parts of the country to shore up defences in the capital leaving important parts of Syria undermanned. Experts think that's the reason why the rebels have now managed to take a few border crossings.
Border crossings are always important to insurgents. They can be used to get supplies through for themselves and block supplies to the enemy. I used to think that Assad had a good chance of winning. Now I'm almost certain that he's going to lose.
They would be handy crossings if there was a funded and organised logistics chain in turkey or Jordan to supply the tens of thousands of rebels.This task is huge and very expensive.Maybe the funding and support for the rebels is larger than reported.Would love to find out where the billions to support all this is coming from.Printed US dollars most likely.lol.
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arthur wrote:
<quoted text>They would be handy crossings if there was a funded and organised logistics chain in turkey or Jordan to supply the tens of thousands of rebels.This task is huge and very expensive.Maybe the funding and support for the rebels is larger than reported.Would love to find out where the billions to support all this is coming from.Printed US dollars most likely.lol.
Those Rats claim to have taken control of a small town on the Turkish border,if true i believe the Turkish Military are providing not just weapons but troops who look like Syrian rebels,most people have fled the area,the Syrians should call in massive air strikes on those bastards then send in troops to finish the job,i think with the help of the Turks they are trying to carve out an area on the border so they can bring in weapons and manpower
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If I got an Indian rupee each time I have read "Assads days are numbered" or that "none of this can be verified" I would be a millionaire in Aussie dollars.

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arthur wrote:
<quoted text>They would be handy crossings if there was a funded and organised logistics chain in turkey or Jordan to supply the tens of thousands of rebels.This task is huge and very expensive.Maybe the funding and support for the rebels is larger than reported.Would love to find out where the billions to support all this is coming from.Printed US dollars most likely.lol.
For sure, money is flowing into this insurgency, but billions? Insurgencies by their very nature have one thing in common, they are the poor man's way of waging war. If anything there will be only a low level flow of supplies. And I'm not talking about tanks or anything like heavy weaponry. Even insurgents have to eat, need gas for transport, medical aid, a means to get their wounded out of the conflict area and a place to rest and gather strength without having to fear attack.

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Oliver Cromwell wrote:
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Those Rats claim to have taken control of a small town on the Turkish border,if true i believe the Turkish Military are providing not just weapons but troops who look like Syrian rebels,most people have fled the area,the Syrians should call in massive air strikes on those bastards then send in troops to finish the job,i think with the help of the Turks they are trying to carve out an area on the border so they can bring in weapons and manpower
I've been following this conflict very closely now the past few weeks simply because next year I'll be in the area and want to know what I'm letting myself in for. At the present moment it would be idiotic for anyone to try to travel through the country, I just hope things get better by the time Iím there but Iím pessimistic. Iím already planning alternative routes through Iraq, not really a pleasant thought.

As far as I've heard from my contacts most of the open Syrian countryside is now in the hands of the rebels. They move about within these areas with impunity. Most of the bigger towns though are still in the hands of the regime but there are also many smaller towns in the hands of the rebels that are surrounded by regime troops.

Whatever you hear about the Turks you have to remember just one thing, they have only one agenda, keeping the Kurdish insurgency in Turkey in check. They donít care who is in charge in Syria as long as they keep the Kurdish opposition in Syria down for them. Assad seems to have done this quite well for the Turks and thatís why they were friends until recently. With the rebel insurgency this has now changed.

Thatís the real reason why Turkey is advocating and even putting into place a safe area along their border in Syria for Syrian refugees. Firstly it keeps them all out of Turkey and secondly it puts a block between the Kurds and themselves.

Massive air strikes against Turkish troops? Are you at all sane? Firstly Turkey is militarily one of the biggest regional powers, Syria is a gnome in comparison. And secondly Turkey is also a member of NATO. Syria attacking a member NATO state could invoke NATO into going into Syria and sorting the regime out. And I can tell you, the US are just itching for an excuse to do just that.
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I said massive air strikes against those RATS in the border area.

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