Qatar’s Puppets Outgun Saudi Egyptian Puppet In Libya

[The following Qatari propaganda organ Aljazeera gloats over Egypt’s dilemma in Libya, trying to defeat the Islamist side of Libya’s two-headed govt, without reigniting the Muslim Brotherhood Islamist revolution in Egypt.  Al-Sisi is now playing the UN Trump Card, hoping to force the United Nations to take responsibility for closing the can of worms that it once helped Obama to open (SEE:  Egypt says UN should weigh all options on ISIL in Libya).  Qatar paid for the original aggression against Libya, because the Fat Pig of Qatar held a grudge against Khaddafy.  Obama, the Brits and the French laid waste to the country, in order to empower the MB terrorists, planning on exporting their terror to Syria, next, along with half of Libya’s vast arsenal.  Now that the Saudi’s Egyptian valet is coming up against the Islamists of Obama and Qatar, he wants new, improved weaponry to be thrown into the Libyan fire.
Everything continues to follow Obama’s plan…both the Saudis and the Qataris are Obama’s slaves…]
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Will Libya be Egypt’s quagmire?


Egyptian president says international community must intervene in Libya but what would be the regional implications?

Egypt’s President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi says the international community must intervene in Libya after Cairo said its fighter jets had bombed suspected ISIL targets in the eastern city of Derna.

The president acted after fighters pledging allegiance to ISIL released a video on Sunday purporting to show the beheading of 21 Egyptian Christians.

Sisi called the 2011 NATO operation that helped unseat leader Muammar Gaddafi an “unfinished mission”.

Libya is already embroiled in conflict, with the country torn between two governments. There have been calls for an international intervention to help put an end to the chaos there.

But could Egypt lead that intervention? And what are the implications for Egypt itself and the region?