US NATO Commander Says “Traces of Al-Qaeda” in Libyan Opposition

U.S. NATO Commander says intelligence shows that traces of Al Qaeda are known to be involved with the Libyan opposition.

Adm. James Stavridis says that intelligence has shown “flickers” of potential Al Qaeda in opposition groups but that there is still no detailed picture of rebel groups.

Yeah, we know.
The Islamists announced it themselves in the Telegraph.
Late last week we found out that the rebels we are assisting in Libya were linked to Al-Qaeda.

A 2007 West Point study showed that the Benghazi-Darnah-Tobruk region in Libya was a world leader in Al Qaeda suicide bomber recruitment. (Mathaba)

Can’t wait to hear Team BO square this circle.

Byron York has more on the killer Islamists we are supporting in Libya.


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