Thanks To Obama, The Al-Qaeda Flag Is Now Flying High And Proud Over Libya

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The Al-Qaeda flag has been flying high over Libya and the governments of the western world that helped remove Gaddafi from power don’t seem to mind at all.  The flag, which contains the phrase “there is no God but Allah” with a full moon underneath, has been photographed flying beside the new national flag of Libya at the courthouse in Benghazi.  The courthouse in Benghazi is where the “rebels” established their provisional government, and it is where the “media center” for communication with foreign journalists was located during the fight against Gaddafi.  So it isn’t as if the al-Qaeda flag has been flying over some insignificant building.  But this should be no surprise.  It has been known all along that al-Qaeda was very heavily represented in the army of “the rebels” and among the leadership of “the rebels”.  Now, thanks to Obama, they have taken over Libya and they intend to impose a brutal form of Sharia law on the entire Libyan population.


You can see more pictures of the al-Qaeda flag flying over Libya on the website of the Telegraph and on the website of the Daily Mail.

The following is video of the al-Qaeda flag flying over the courthouse in Benghazi….

So where is the uproar about this in the U.S. media?

The silence has been deafening.

I guess it would be hard to explain to the American people why they should be sacrificing their sons and daughters to fight al-Qaeda when we just spent billions of dollars helping them take over Libya.

Sadly, the flag of al-Qaeda is not just being flown at the Benghazi courthouse.  According to eyewitnesses, it is now being displayed all over Benghazi.  The following is an account from an eyewitness that has seen the flag flying over the Benghazi courthouse for himself….

It was here at the courthouse in Benghazi where the first spark of the Libyan revolution ignited. It’s the symbolic seat of the revolution; post-Gaddafi Libya’s equivalent of Egypt’s Tahrir Square. And it was here, in the tumultuous months of civil war, that the ragtag rebel forces established their provisional government and primitive, yet effective, media center from which to tell foreign journalists about their “fight for freedom.”

But according to multiple eyewitnesses—myself included—one can now see both the Libyan rebel flag and the flag of al Qaeda fluttering atop Benghazi’s courthouse.

According to one Benghazi resident, Islamists driving brand-new SUVs and waving the black al Qaeda flag drive the city’s streets at night shouting, “Islamiya, Islamiya! No East, nor West,” a reference to previous worries that the country would be bifurcated between Gaddafi opponents in the east and the pro-Gaddafi elements in the west.

So what in the world are we supposed to think about all this?

We were told that we had to invade Afghanistan because they were harboring “al-Qaeda” leaders.

We were told that it was necessary for us to stay in Iraq for so long so that “al-Qaeda” would not take over.

But now we have helped al-Qaeda take over Libya.

It isn’t as if the governments of the western world did not know what was going on in Libya.

According to the Telegraph, the leader of the Libyan rebels was very open about the fact that his “troops” included significant numbers of al-Qaeda fighters that were firing bullets at U.S. soldiers in Iraq….

Abdel-Hakim al-Hasidi, the Libyan rebel leader, has said jihadists who fought against allied troops in Iraq are on the front lines of the battle against Muammar Gaddafi’s regime.

According to a recent article by Kurt Nimmo for, al-Qaeda rebels had established an “Islamic emirate” in eastern Libya as early as February….

In February, it was reported that al-Qaeda had set-up an Islamic emirate in Derna, in eastern Libya, headed by a former prisoner at Guantanamo Bay, Abdelkarim al-Hasadi.

Now that they have won the war, the “rebels” have announced that they will be imposing strict Sharia law all over Libya.

The head of the National Transitional Council in Libya, Moustafa Abdeljalil, has already made this very clear.  Just consider the following statements….

-“Sharia law is the source of all our laws.

-“We take the Islamic religion as the core of our new government

-“The constitution will be based on our Islamic religion

Shouldn’t the people of Libya have a say in all of this?

Sadly, one kind of tyranny has just been replaced with another.

In fact, some elements of Sharia law have already been implemented.

According to a recent article posted on the Telegraph, Mustafa Abdul-Jalil has already announced that the law banning polygamy has been repealed because it is not compliant with Sharia law….

Mr Abdul-Jalil went further, specifically lifting immediately, by decree, one law from Col. Gaddafi’s era that he said was in conflict with Sharia – that banning polygamy.

The American people were told that the system of government established by the Taliban in Afghanistan was so repressive that it needed to be overthrown, but now we are helping essentially the exact same system of government be set up in Libya.

It makes no sense whatsoever.

Not only that, we have greatly destabilized the region and there will almost certainly be very bloody internal conflicts within Libya for many years to come.

The following comes from a recent report posted by The New American….

Gadhafi and the remnants of his regime are thought to have distributed vast stockpiles of weapons and wealth so anti-revolutionary forces could wage what the despot promised would be a long-lasting insurgency. Many of those fighters fled to the desert and are staging surprise attacks on roaming bands of militiamen.

The ongoing battles have sparked widespread speculation that the bloody conflicts will continue to rage far into the future.

In addition, as The New American notes, as a result of this conflict huge amounts of very dangerous weapons have fallen into the hands of potential terrorists….

Advanced weaponry including anti-aircraft missiles has also fallen into the hands of known terrorist organizations. The deadly stockpiles are turning up all over the region, but it remains unclear how much firepower has been smuggled out of the country so far.

But does the Obama administration seem alarmed by any of this?

No, they just want us all to praise them for a “job well done” in Libya.

Hopefully the American people will see right through this nonsense.

The flag of al-Qaeda has been flying over the headquarters of the provisional government in Libya, and yet the American people are the ones that are being treated as potential terrorists.

Our borders are wide open and anyone that wants to can sneak into this country, and yet we are told that we must have our private parts examined before we are allowed to get on to an airplane.

Something is very, very wrong.  Somehow the focus of national security has gone from protecting the American people to spying on the American people.

As I wrote about yesterday, the government has become absolutely obsessed with watching us, listening to us, tracking us, recording us, compiling information on all of us and getting us all to spy on one another.

Meanwhile, the U.S. government has been spending billions of dollars to help al-Qaeda take power in Libya and is helping them enslave the entire Libyan population to a brutal form of Sharia law.

Can anyone explain how this makes any sense at all?


  • Kevin

    AQ will keep the oil peg intact. Mission accomplished for the power elite.

  • mondobeyondo

    But aren’t the Libyan people free and liberated now that the Evil Darth Qaddafi is dead?
    Be careful what you wish for…..

  • mark

    To you and I this policy makes zero sense. To the world government types that are marxists, socialists or facists it works towards their end game until those groups start fighting with each other for control. You see, they are all control freaks. They look at power as a way to make you do what they feel is best for you. Did you notice the word feel in the last sentence? Liberials like to feel also. These control freaks are the elites that squash you like a bug if you stand in their way. Look at some of the control freaks from the past. The world had Stalin, Mao, Hitler and Pol Pot. They represent police states. Last year in the White House, Obama had a Mao decoration on the Christmas Tree. Obama has brought on these riots in Oakland through his use of angry words. Hey, did he not say we had to change the tone in Washington? Money funneled through G. Soros’s organizations ends up funding this hate. You had better prepare to stock up on food to feed yourselves. These nuts could shut down a lot of the trucking industry and the food on the shelves could disapear in just a few days. They are becoming more violent over time. This is very much the same as what happened in Egypt and Libya. Things just work slower here. You never know if our big melting pot will boil over. When pots boil over, there is always a big mess to clean up. Look around and the pot seems to be on simmer. Who knows what will turn the heat on high.

  • A Dodgy Bloke

    I’m surprised people are surprised Robert Spencer of Jihad Watch called this when it first broke out. If anybody remembers the history Qaddafi was winning when the Prime Minster of the UK and the President of France fearing another Rwanda like blood bath on their watch unleashed their ill prepared armed forces. BO was stampeded into this madness by the bleeding hearts he surrounds himself. Now these same collections of morons are tripping over themselves for Oil Contracts. I would strongly suggest visiting Jihad Watch you’ll read things their you’ll never hear on the MSM.

  • DaShui

    Actually I knew this would happen.
    It is nothing new. Stalin in the 1930’s”bad”. Stalin in the 1940’s “Uncle Joe.” Stalin in the 1950’s “bad.”
    I can think of many other examples. Nixon meeting with Mao during the Vietnam War. Teddy R. supporting the Japanese against China and Russia around the turn of the century.

  • When’s Dinner?

    this article is disturbing

  • Ben Dover

    They would have failed quickly without NATO. Remember, it was just a no-fly zone to protect civilians.

    Obummer is on the side of the Muslims because he is one. Now freak out and attack me because you know it’s true and you can’t face it.

  • Aurelius 7

    Don’t you understand that Obama is only being handed the baton? There has been no difference in USSA Presidents since Bush Sr.

    …Yes, I said USSA. You live in an Soviet oligarchy.

    Wesley Clark ( US 4 Star General ) US will attack 7 countries in 5 years.

    • Aurelius 7

      Mark my words. Iran and Syria are next, and the last two. The war drums are being beaten now. News stories will increase in severity and quantity as the attack grows closer.

      • mondobeyondo

        You are correct. Iran will be a major player in the Middle East in the future. It already is today.

  • Texan Patriot

    That US tax dollars went to pay support this Al Qaeda tyranny is despicable.. This is very disturbing..



    First, it is not the “primary” responsibility to protect people, not at all. Not even local cops do that. A president’s primary responsibility is to uphold the U.S. Constitution and to carry out the duties outlined therein, nothing more.

    Second, I have long ago lost faith in the US government, I believe nothing it says, and I am skeptical of anything it does.

    Third, I have zero confidence in the “amerikan people” because they bought into these insane ponzi schemes of war, blood for oil, and empire. You can’t even begin to convince the vast numbers of people needed to truly turn things around because they are wedded to this idiocy of
    “liberal and conservative” “republican and democrat” and so forth.


    Fight Al Qaeda in Afghanistan and Iraq but put Al Qaeda in charge of Libya? In a sane, logical, and rational world, Obama would be impeached and removed from office by now. But all the teabaggers are concerned about is his freaking birth certificate, like that would be the only avenue for removing this guy from office.

    A good message for the teabaggers is that if they want Obama out, then they should take the constitutional route and have him impeached.

    • knightowl77

      We “tea baggers” don’t give a rat’s ass about his fake birth certificate…We care about his marxist take over of what was left of our country… Bush was bad, Obama is worse….Bush took this country downhill at 60mph….Obama has stomped on the accelerator and we are approaching 120mph downhill…Maybe some of us woke up when the accelerator got stomped on and our country lurched forward towards that cliff that is rapidly approaching…

  • Alfred E. Neuman

    Amerika’s foreign wars have historically been based on lies, and the Libyan crusade is just the latest installment. Most USans are oblivious to the fact that the Amerikan regime (and its NATO satraps) joined forces with Al Qaeda “fighters” in Kosovo and Bosnia in the 1990’s to cut Serbia “down to size” and ethnically cleanse large parts of ethnic Serbian territory in favor of local and imported Muslims. The result is the Muslim narco-terror-mafia state of Kosovo, an Al Qaeda friendly enclave in Europe which arose in the former Serb heartland thanks to cold-blooded Amerikan intervention accompanied by a feigned sense of “moral outrage” over supposed Serb “racism.”

    Amerikan propaganda about the need to topple foreign “oppressors of their own people” is mainly intended to solidify the Amerikan regime’s control over its own population and get them behind the theft of these countries’ resources by globalist corporations.

    Amerikans, sadly having no common culture and a weak intellectual tradition, a debased educational system and no ethnic identity/cohesiveness in the sense of what these things have meant for five thousand years, but instead only “propositional nationhood” distinguished by a childish and hysterical religious bent and sense of “chosen-ness,” have generally been easy to sway in this or that direction, to serve the momentary whims and long-range requirements of their handlers (whose feet they have been trained to lick in gratitude each time they are kicked). Those who define Amerika’s “proposition” control the very souls of Amerikans, as long as it is considered taboo by the Amerikan masses to question Amerika’s founding myths.

    So stop chanting “USA! USA! USA!” for one minute and repeat after me, country music fans: “Oceania is at war with East Asia; Oceania has always been at war with East Asia. Ignorance is strength. Freedom is Slavery.”

    I know most of you don’t read, so I have no illusions you will recognize the source of these lines. It’s too bad for you and the world that you don’t.

    • mondobeyondo

      USA! USA! We’re Number One! Yaaaaaaaay!!

      We haven’t won a major conflict since 1945, but we’re still the best! Go figure.

      • Guido

        Would you like us to start one? I’m sure we would be happy to oblige!

        Actually, that point is a little loaded. And I’m not necessarily a fan, but it should be pointed out that we haven’t had a major war since WWII, or any declared war, because we tried to stop war.

        After WWI the powers got together and pledged to try and end all war. Now you and I know that’s farcical, but that’s what those nitwits tried to do. They ended up causing more trouble than they prevented-just ask the poor Ethiopians or the Finns who were both invaded in the pre-WWII period and had to hold out against incredible odds with no support and no legal way to buy weapons and equipment.

        After WWII, our politicians have found it convenient to engage in what I like to call Political War, or, to borrow from Von Clausewitz, war fought by political means. We send troops overseas, bomb a lot of stuff flat, and accomplish nothing much in the name of freedom and the American Way, and then it’s over and we rebuild our former targets. Meanwhile, a ton of money flows and nothing changes.

        Just look at Iraq. We went in and had no idea who we were attacking. Bush reportedly had no idea there were Shiites and Sunnis until 2 weeks prior to the invasion. We didn’t secure the country, had no plan to control their infrastructure, and no troops to garrison, so their museums and bases were looted. In the process, they lost priceless cultural treasures and countless tons of ammo, explosives, bombs, weapons, and whatever. THEN we fired their entire military and political class-instantly creating an angry ethnic minority with all the ammo, explosives, bombs, weapons, and whatever we failed to secure. Instant insurgency.

        On top of all that, we had the stupidest rules of engagement ever written. For instance, if a guy shoots at you, then turns to run away, you can’t shoot back. Brilliant. It probably made sense thousands of miles away in an air conditioned office on Pennsylvania Ave or in the Pentagon, but it was retarded on the ground.

        Pretending their mosques were holy ground we couldn’t enter for any reason was cute, too. Even though they weren’t signatories to the Geneva Conventions, we followed them excessively closely, allowing them to turn cemeteries, schools, and mosques into ammo dumps, hiding places, and torture centers. Brilliant.

        If a guy shot at you from a mosque, you had to request permission to do something about it and wait while the shooter left and nothing happened. Then there was the absurd idea of letting their civilians and so-called troops on our bases. We were repaid for that mistake with the 2005 cafeteria suicide bombing in Mosul and numerous other terrorist attacks. Arming them was great, too. Every gun and truck we gave their cops went right into the insurgents’ hands.

        Personally, I think we shouldn’t go to war unless we are ready and willing to fight a major war. The kind of war where you don’t stop until the last vestiges of resistance are wiped out and everything is in ruins and you physically stand on the ruins. The kind of war where the public is mobilized to support the struggle at all levels-rationing, war bonds, etc. The kind of war where you silence all dissent and protesters are criminals and refuseniks are traitors. The kind of war where all reporting is tightly controlled for security reasons. The kind of war where you draft people, if necessary.

        THAT is what we haven’t had the will power to do since 1945. Can you imagine how disastrous it would be for the president who tried to declare THAT kind of war in this day and age?

        But Mondo, if you haven’t been there and seen them at work, you have no idea what you’re talking about. American soldiers, when they do have to go fight, do incredible work under unbelievable pressure, often in the worst situations imaginable. Read Generation Kill about the hairy advance the Marines did in 03 and you’ll see what it’s like to be out on the very tip of the spear. Read Operation Dark Heart for a story of the intel fight in Afghanistan. And look up Imperial Grunts for a great ride-along story by a reporter who embedded himself with troops all over the world to see what America’s Empire is really like. I have no doubt if and when we do screw up and start a major war, we’ll kick some incredible butt.

    • Guido

      Sorry, AEM, you don’t really know what you’re talking about. I would not expect stupidity to be defined by national borders, especially with a multi-cultural, multi-ethnic state like ours.

      Actually, your points could be made about any place in the world. For instance, weren’t the guys who fought in the crusades tricked just a little bit into that venture? Didn’t the Germans in WWI march into battle wearing a belt buckle that read Gott Mit Uns? Weren’t the Brits who fought them ruled by a family married into the one ruling the Germans with their buckles? I could have sworn the many royal families across Europe swore up and down they were there by divine right.

      I could have sworn a lot of American pop music came from England, but I might be mistaken. The Brits have also been happy to bring us such Cultural triumphs as Big Brother, The Office, Mr. Bean, Monty Python, and Benny Hill. (I personally like them, but if we’re going to talk about cultural superiority, it’s hard not to see some cracks in the monolithic edifice of European cultural superiority when you consider such programs.)

      While I lament the stupidity of my nation, I don’t think it’s fair to pretend America is the only place burdened with the dumb. It seems to be a fairly global phenomenon. Tragically, stupid seems to strike wherever there are people.

  • Nick Nailer

    Americans have to be the stupidest people on the face on the earth. I no longer call myself one – it’s shameful to be affilitated with murderers, thieves, and ignorant rabble. I just live here… for now.

  • Tim


    Have this seen this video about Libya and Gaddafi?
    I think everyone needs to see it.

    • Tim

      I typed that too quickly. ;-)

    • Michael

      Interesting video – thanks for posting that.


  • Jossan

    Is somebody really beliving this pictures? That scares me alot. This is a hoax and it is not true. Well done to the people that been publice these pics and move, you scared us all for a sec, but thats all. I will never belive, with my own contacts in the country Libya, that we all, NATO and my country Sweden should have supported AQ, they dont exist to us. Get real and find the truce, that is something you “Troll” ever can stop! Freedom in Libya is Here!

    • Guido

      Riight. Well, Al Qaeda may not exist to you, but they sure exist to a lot of other people. They existed when I was over there fighting them. I can think of 3,000 people who, were they still alive, would be able to assure you in no uncertain terms that Al Qaeda is real. Why don’t you get real?

  • Guido

    This should surprise no one. It was reported long ago that Al Qaeda was involved, along with the Muslim Brotherhood. Once the conservatives started pointing that out, they were called names and accused of being obsessed with the Muslim Brotherhood. Some smart lefty reporters even asked if there really was a Muslim Brotherhood. Brilliant work from the 4th Estate.

  • those anti-aircraft missles, too bad he did not use them more….odd for a supposed “dictator” not use use weapons..

  • Tony

    This is simply political Fear Food. Wake up your being used and abused. It is this kind of Fear, Anger, And Hatred that will bring down our Country (Stop Being Afraid of Everything and Everyone (Wake Up) before our Country is stolen Away

  • Goran Atanaskovic

    Another Al Qaeda flag on TRIPOLI AIRPORT !!!

    Libya is the next Afghanistan. Thank you Obama! Thank you NATO!

  • A.S.

    To Quote from above:
    “I guess it would be hard to explain to the American people why they should be sacrificing their sons and daughters to fight al-Qaeda when we just spent billions of dollars helping them take over Libya.”

    Not hard at all–Obama is actually a muslim. He finally showing his true face. Why sacrifice own sons and daughters?–because King Obama said so and it shall be done!

  • When in September 2001 were the twin towers were blown up – I was shocked and sympathetic Americans (. then the U.S. attacked Iraq and destroyed it – honey, I was shocked (. But after the attack on Libya and the destruction of the flourishing state, I realized – it turns out I began to hate the USA! particularly cynical Hillary Clinton and her “wow” at the brutal murder of Muammar Gaddafi. Poor America! She is not aware to what swept!

  • jaredsparks

    Same horse*********’s about to happen to Syria. Kwantards think they are impervious to the crime.