Tunisia Attack Has Roots in NATO’s Destabilization of Libya

LIBYA AGAINST SUPER POWER MEDIA

Tunisia Attack Has Roots in NATO’s Destabilization of Libya

by Paul Joseph Watson

Group likely to be behind siege was hired by U.S. State Department to defend Benghazi consulate.

The attack on a museum in the capital of Tunisia has its roots in NATO’s destabilization of neighboring Libya, during which terrorists affiliated with Al-Qaeda were armed and funded in the effort to topple Colonel Gaddafi.

“Nineteen people, including 17 foreign tourists, have been killed after gunmen targeted a museum in the Tunisian capital, the Prime Minister says,” reports BBC News. “Italian, Spanish, Polish and German citizens were among those killed, as well as a Tunisian and a police officer, PM Habib Essid said.”

Early indications suggest that the attack is probably the work of Ansar al Sharia, a militant terror group associated with Al-Qaeda that was also blamed for the 2012 Benghazi attack.

Ansar al Sharia came to prominence…

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