50,000 mercenaries to be deployed against rebels; Al Qaeda Fighters Included in Israeli Force.
(CINCINNATI) – In a move that surprises all but Middle
East experts, Israel has promised Libya’s dictator of over 40 years,
Colonel Gaddafi, 50,000 troops to aid in crushing rebels set on
overthrowing his his murderous rule. According to news sources inside
Israel, “troops” are being hired across Africa, Uganda, Sudan, Chad and
the Central Africa Republic, including Al Qaeda fighters, to be deployed
against demonstrators and rebel forces currently involved in heavy
fighting in a two week old attempt to overthrow the Libyan ruler that
has left thousands dead.
In the last 72 hours, rebel leaders have been in
contact with Britain and the United States, nations that have promised
aid and have positioned forces in the Mediterranean for a decisive
strike against Gaddafi. Additional US Marines have been sent to
reinforce assault teams on the USS Kearsarge, a helicopter assault ship
now stationed off Tripoli awaiting orders to begin operations.
Libyan airspace is currently open as are her ports,
slated for the scheduled influx of military support from Israel, a clear
violation of UN sanctions.
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