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Tortured Libyan will accept apology and £3 from British gov

A prominent former member of the U.S. designated terrorist group Libyan Islamic Fighting Group, who is suing the British government over rendition to a Gaddafi prison where he was tortured, is wiling to drop the suit in return for £3 and an apology.

Britain pays former Libyan dissident £2.2 million over rendition

The British government has agreed to make an out-of-court settlement of £2.2 million to a Libyan dissident who was a member of the Libyan Islamic Fighting Group (LIFG). He claimed MI6 was involved in his forcible rendition to Libya, where he was tortured

U.S. declares support for Syrian opposition

The United States on Sunday declared its support for the Syrian National Coalition against the regime of President Assad. The move follows British Prime Minister David Cameron's suggestion that the west should provide arms to the Syrian rebels.

Libyan election to be delayed

Tripoli - Libya's first free elections, scheduled to take place on June 19, are to be delayed according to Mustafa Abdel Jalil, head of Libya's National Transitional Council (NTC).

Libya's Abdel Hakim Belhaj to launch Hizb al-Watan Islamic party

A new Islamic party, Hizb al-Watan, is due to be launched in Libya this week. The party is founded by Abdel Hakim Belhaj who resigned from his post as military commander of Tripoli on May 15 to enter the political arena.

British gov approved rendition of Libyan Abdel Hakim Belhaj

The BBC has revealed evidence of a letter confirming the part the British government played in the rendition of Libyan Islamic extremist Abdel Hakim Belhaj, to Libya, where he alleges he was tortured in a Gaddafi prison.

Libyan Islamists demand sharia law

Libyan Islamists staged demonstrations calling for sharia law, in three major centers of Libya on Friday. This follows the raising of an Al Qaeda flag in Benghazi and continued human rights abuses inflicted by Libya's rebel militia victors.

Qatar calls for Arab troops in Syria, Wahhabi army builds up

An army of Wahhabi fighters has amassed on the Turkish-Syrian border, led by Liyban Islamist Abdel Hakim Belhaj, with the intent of regime change in Syria. The army is armed and funded by Qatar, whose Emir has called for Arab troops to be sent to Syria.

Saif Gaddafi sends warning about Abdel Hakim Belhadj

Grimacing slightly in pain from the wound to his hand, Saif Gaddafi was filmed speaking to his captors in Zintan. He warned them that Libyans will discover the truth about Abdel Hakim Belhadj, the military Islamist leader now in a prominent position.
 

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