Alp predicting coalition meltdown in Libya (August 2011) [1] [2] [3]

Alp predicting coalition meltdown in Libya (August 2011) [1] [2] [3]

August 11th, 2011 – U.S. forces take the lead in the raid in Libya that sees the U.S. drone killed, along with six other individuals who had been assisting Libyan National Army (LNA) fighters in their effort to defeat the U.S.-backed Libyan National Army (LNA).

August 12th, 2011 – TXO 카지노he CIA’s CIA Headquarters releases a report stating the agency’s concerns about the Libyan rebel forces’ inability to hold on to their strongholds as U.S. drone strikes continue to target militant positions in Benghazi.[2] The CIA report does not say that the CIA believes the Libyan rebels are a threat to U.S. interests, but that the rebels’ leaders and militias may be seeking to avoid civil war. [1] The report did not state whether the CIA was providing support to the rebels or arming them.[2] A few days later, Secretary of Defense Ash Carter declares a no-fly zone in Libya. The U.S. military says that the operation is meant to protect American interests.[1]

September 14th, 2011 – The U.S. military formally concludes its mission in Libya to begin bombing the group responsible for the killing of U.S. Ambassador Chris Stevens in Benghazi in the mission’s first major strike, destroying the U.S. Embassy and annex in the city.[1]

September 23rd, 2011 – In the months after the strike, several U.S. senators object to sending additional U.S. troops to Libya.[2]

March 2012 – U.S. officials announce they have arrested a terrorist known to the public as Qaradawi, or ‘Qaradawi the Chechen’ in his home country of Jordan. [2]

April 12, 2012 – An Obama administration official tells a Senate Armed Services Committee hearing that the U.S. governme강남출장마사지nt is ready to “give [Libya’s] people the chance to choose 성남출장마사지 성남출장샵their destiny” to return to democracy. The Obama official said the U.S. would continue to do all it could to assist the people of Libya. The official said an additional 200 additional ground troops would be sent to help in the post-Gadhafi government.[2]

November 30, 2012 – In a first step, the first U.S. mission goes into Benghazi and kills senior members of the LNA militias. U.S. officials estimate that mor