On Tuesday, a Kangaroo court in Tripoli ruled by pro-American Libyan government sentenced saif al-Islam, the only surviving son of late Colonel Moammar Qaddafi, leader of Africa’s richest and most liberal nation and eight other former government officials including two former prime ministers to death by a firing squad in absentia.
Saif al-Islam is held captive by an anti-government, so-called ‘Islamist militia’ in the mountain town of Zintan while the whereabouts of the other officials sentenced are unknown.
The UN Human Rights Council (UNHRC) and Jewish-led US-based HRW have condemned the sentences calling it illegal and politically motivated.
Saif al-Islam is also wanted by the Zionist-controlled International Criminal Court (ICC) for committing ‘war crimes’. Interestingly, ICC has always resisted investigating the US, UK and Israeli officials for ‘war crimes’.
British trial lawyer John Jones, who has led efforts to have Saif brought to the ICC in The Hague, where he would not face the death penalty said: “The trial has been declared illegal by Libya’s own justice minister,”
In November 2011, French Jewish “philosopher” and a close friend of former French president Nicolas Sarkozy, Bernard-Henri Levy, admitted at the first conference of the French Jewish Lobby CRIF that Qaddafi had to be removed because he became a threat to Israel.
“What I have done all these months, I did as a Jew. And like all the Jews of the world, I was worried. Despite legitimate anxiety is an uprising to be welcomed with favor, we were dealing with one of the worst enemy of Israel,” said Levy.
The US embassy attack in 2012, which resulted in the death of the US ambassador Christopher Stevens and three other staffers, was a false flag operation conducted by CIA and Mossad to drag the US into a military confrontation with the Islamic Republic.
In October 2014, Franklin Lamb, PhD, was allowed to interview Saif al-Islam Qaddafi, formerly heir-apparent to his father, Libyan leader Col. Moammar Qaddafi in Libyan jail. Dr. Lamb says that the main purpose of his meeting was to find out the fate of Iranian-born Lebanese Shia cleric and politician, Imam Musa Sadr, who disappeared while on visit to Libya in 1978. Dr. Lamb claims that after talking to several Libyan professionals, he came to the conclusion that Saif al-Islam could be the only person in Libya who could muster a popular public support in order to defeat the US-NATO armed and funded Islamist militia groups fighting each other for power and oil money.