Kadhafi-Polisario: the details of a transaction revealed by a British daily newspaper

Since the beginning of the Libyan crisis, Colonel Kadhafi turned to mercenaries coming from different countries, notably African ones. But the new information has just been revealed by the British “Daily Telegraph” which states that a great part of these mercenaries are Polisario members. In two months time, Kadhafi has spent many million dollars in the recruitment of mercenaries, among whom a great part comes from Tindouf camps, Polisario front general headquarters in Algeria, specifies the daily British newspaper, listing the NATO executives. The latter have obtained details about the recruitment transaction through the former executive of Kadhafi’s regime who has just deserted. The dissident whose identity was kept secret by the NATO executives, has himself participated in the negotiations of this contract and the details about the mercenaries’ arrival to Libya. Thus, each mercenary receives 10 000 dollars for two months fight among the troops faithful to the Libyan dictator, specifies the dissident. The Polisario mercenaries are sent till the Libyan territory thanks to the help of a certain Yeslem Beissat, former Polisario ambassador in Algeria. Beissat has kept deep friendly relationships with the members of the Algerian military intelligence services, the dreadful DRS. NATO executives have also obtained information confirming that Kadhafi is still looking for mercenaries to recruit among the rebellious movements in Niger and Mali, specifies the Daily Telegraph.

Moreover, an executive from the Italian intelligence services who was in close relationship with many dignitaries from Kadhafi’s regime, has revealed to have heard from two judges from the International Criminal Court, that they are presently preparing a list of names against whom criminal proceedings would be taken for crimes against humanity in Libya. Four categories of alleged culprits were retained. There is first of all Kadhafi and its relatives, including his two sons Seif al-Islam and Khamis. The names of the executives supervising the military operations against civil people are also retained. The third category includes intermediaries among whom 3 Russians, 5 Italians, one Polisario executive called Yeslem Beissat, 9 Algerians, 7 Nigerians and 74 Libyans. Finally, hundreds of mercenaries participating to the war against civil people are also retained, even if it is difficult to know their exact identity at the time being.