These are the Ukrainian secret service who received the document before its release on the official television channel Al Libyan Jamahiriya and its release by the Israeli newspaper Yediot Aharonot. This is an ultra-confidential documents relating to the signing of an agreement between the National Transitional Council (CNT)
Libya and Israel for the installation of an Israeli military base in the Green Mountains, Libya, if the insurgents come to power. The document, bearing the heading "Israel Defense Forces," notes that in return, Israel is committed to achieving the growth of air strikes by NATO against government forces and Libyan Arab country's accession to the Because of the CNT Libya.
The revelation many observers worried about a possible installation of an Israeli military base in the region. Algeria is the first country would be worried about the eventual outcome of this perspective.
The country, which has nearly 1,000 kilometers of borders with Libya, could face a worrying situation for his safety, according to observers. The NLC has obtained satisfaction of his portion of the contract with the favor of his designs of some Arab countries and the proliferation of NATO airstrikes, cons,
often in urban areas, causing many civilian casualties, including 16 imams and religious men killed in a raid, according to state television Al Libyan Jamahiriya. The worsening situation in Libya with the intensification of air strikes and armed clashes between government and insurgents Libyan away the only possible solution, that political and peaceful call when Algeria and the African Union (AU) .
The Salafist Group for Preaching and Combat (GSPC and AQIM), meanwhile, takes advantage of the situation, armed and anchored in the region after being considerably weakened by Algeria in the fight against terrorism led by the National Popular Army (ANP) and the Algerian security forces. A second blow for the terrorist organization of Abdelmalek Droukdel,
Alias Abu Mossab Abdelouadoud, creating new "evidence" for the intensification of foreign military intervention in the region the GSPC and AQIM research both for reasons unknown. Algeria, do we remember, disagreed on foreign military intervention in the region, and its rejection of interference in the internal affairs of countries.