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Libyan Military Chief Assassinated: On Qaddafi’s Side or Not?

July 29
18:44 2011
David Kenner writes:

Abdel Fatah Younis, the military chief for Libya’s rebel forces, was assassinated along with two aides in the de facto rebel capital of Benghazi yesterday. Mustafa Abdul Jalil, the head of the rebel Transitional National Council (TNC), said that arrests had been made but gave few details regarding the identity of his killers.

Younis had been a trusted lieutenant to Qaddafi until defecting to the rebels in February. However, he was distrusted by many rebels for his long relationship with Qaddafi, and hated by the Qaddafi regime for what it viewed as his act of betrayal.

 Younis put himself in a fatal position because he defected from the Qaddafi regime, and the rebels really couldn’t trust him. As Hillary Clinton told the American people, if you’re not against Qaddafi, you must be in bed with him.

What if you came home to find Muammar Qaddafi in your bed?



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