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So looks like they removed it. Shame on you BBC.

Ila el amam!

Image: BBC Image: BBC

Those who watched BBC News last Thursday morning, January 29, were treated with a rare interview with Khalifa Haftar, the Libyan general whose name in de media often is preceded by the words “renegade” and “rogue”, which in essence refers to Haftar’s betrayal of the Al-Fatah Revolution that he once was a part of. And even though those words may not refer directly to the work he did for the CIA between 1991 and 2011 from the town of Falls Church in suburban Virginia, just a few miles away from the CIA’s headquarters in Langley, the fact remains that Haftar obviously specialized himself in CIA tricks and tactics, including Orwellian doublespeak. In the BBC interview, he made the following statement:

We fought about 25 battles against them [the Libya Dawn militias] and we damaged them; that’s exactly what we’ve been looking for. Actually, we are working to completely…

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