Remember when Obama said that there would never be any American Troops in Libya. Didn't he say that?
Well? What's this?
WASHINGTON – Some "soldiers" from the West, which through NATO has been running interference for the rebels trying to take down the Moammar Gadhafi regime in Libya, now are on the ground there, according to reports documented in Joseph Farah's G2 Bulletin.
They are being called mercenaries or private military contractors, and they apparently are joining with elements of al-Qaida in a maneuver designed to circumvent a strict limitation imposed in a United Nations resolution that authorized military strikes to enforce a "no-fly" zone over the North African nation.
Several sources confirm that Qatar and Saudi Arabia have hired private military contractors to advise and inevitably fight alongside the rebels in apparent contravention of United Nations Security Council Resolution 1973, which explicitly bans the use of ground troops in Libya.
But the sources report that troops now also include Special Forces, mercenaries and private military contractors from the West. [...]
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