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However, it uncovered evidence that rebels in Benghazi made false claims and manufactured evidence.The investigation concluded that much Western media coverage has from the outset presented a very one-sided view of the logic of events, portraying the protest movement as entirely peaceful and repeatedly suggesting that the regime’s security forces were unaccountably massacring unarmed demonstrators who presented no security challenge.The report also notes that the Libyan government really was – as Libyan dictator Gaddafi claimed at the time – fighting Islamic terrorists: Intelligence on the extent to which extremist militant Islamist elements were involved in the anti-Gaddafi rebellion was inadequate. supported opposition which overthrew Libya’s Gadaffi was largely comprised of Al Qaeda terrorists.
Just like the ginned up intelligence used to justify the Iraq war.
And the “humanitarian wars” waged over the last couple of decades.
Muammar Gaddafi also attempted to appease protesters in Benghazi with an offer of development aid before finally deploying troops.
*** An Amnesty International investigation in June 2011 could not corroborate allegations of mass human rights violations by Gaddafi regime troops.
Specifically, a new report from the bipartisan House of Commons Foreign Affairs Committee – based on interviews with all of the key British decision-makers, review of documents, and on-the-ground investigations in Africa – found that Libyan war was based on lies, that it destroyed the country, and that it spread terrorism far and wide.
Initially, the report finds that the threat to civilians from Libyan government forces was dramatically overstated: Former French Foreign Minister Alain Juppé, who introduced Resolution 1973 [imposing a no-fly zone over Libya, and laying the groundwork for overthrowing the government], asserted in his speech to the Security Council that “the situation on the ground is more alarming than ever, marked by the violent re-conquest of cities”.