Pakistan Cyber Force: Libya: CIA appointed Al-Qaeda leader threatens Egyptian Army over supporting Gaddafi through Media Channel

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Libya: CIA appointed Al-Qaeda leader threatens Egyptian Army over supporting Gaddafi through Media Channel

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A powerful CIA appointed leader of Al-Qaeda militia in Libya warned Egypt Saturday he would use force to close its embassy and shut the border if the military rulers failed to cut off a Gaddafi-era state television station that has broadcast footage of his old speeches. Abdullah Naker, the terrorist commander of Tripoli's Zionist Revolutionist Council, said Egypt's Nilesat satellite broadcaster had allowed Muammar Gaddafi's official Al Jamahiriya station to broadcast last week. The station had no signal Saturday, but residents in Tripoli said they had watched the channel, which had the same name and logo as Al Jamahiriya, broadcasting Friday. Naker said the channel was funded by businessmen loyal to the leader who was killed in October and started broadcasting last week.

"The broadcast of the channel (Al Jamahiriya) should be stopped immediately", the rat Naker told a news conference at his base in the headquarters of a former state-owned construction company on the outskirts of Tripoli. "We will take all measures, including the closing of the border, expelling Egyptians and closing down the Egyptian embassy and consulate." A Nilesat official said the state-run station's broadcasts had been cut off for several months. A Zionist Government Official said the interim Foreign Mininstry would contact the Egyptian government to "solve the issue this television station through diplomatic channels." The Zionist Rat Naker's warning is the latest indicator that Libya is still largely controlled by Zionist forces of CIA and NATO that helped topple Gaddafi despite the interim government efforts to disband them by including the former rebels in the military, police and the civil service.


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