My Enemy is My Ally Against My EnemyAlgerian government, after according exile to Libyan leader Colonel Qaddafi (Muammar Abu Minyar al-Qaddafi) are now facing "possibility of a massive terrorist attack", as stated by the Interior Ministry of that country. Al Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb has also threatened to massive terrorist attack, if Algerian government will not repatriate Muammar al-Qaddafi and his sons to face trial at the International Criminal Court.
Confirming Colonel Qaddafi's presence in Algerian, official sources said, "A top priority will be the protection of the Qaddafi family, especially as Libyan rebels may try and pursue them here. For this reason they are in a top security area of Algiers."
Meanwhile this Friday 18 people were killed when AQIM suicide bombers attacked the Cherchell military academy, 80 miles west of Algiers, protesting against Algeria's support for the Qaddafi regime. Libyan rebels are reportedly supplying arms and weapons to Islamic Maghreb in Algeria to either murder Qaddafi and members of his family, or even to stage a coup against the Algerian government, thus snatching Qaddafi and his family and send them back to Libya.
There is visible division in the rebels in Libya as well as the newly installed government on question of getting Qaddafi and his sons returned. A major fraction are opposing the idea stating, return of Qaddafi will only give fresher inspirations to his followers, who may then go into refreshed fight back strategy with the goal of ousting the rebels from control. This group is also vocal against recent atrocities of some of the members of the rebel forces, who not only are continuing looting public and private properties in Libya, they also have reportedly raped at least 4-5 thousand Libyan women and girls as "Sharia punishment" of not following Quranic dress codes.
According to some sources, Libyan rebels are on the process of forming a number of suicide squads, which may go into action from Monday with the objective of killing Muammar al-Qaddafi and his family members.
Algeria's history of a bloody civil war in the 1990s between the military-backed government and Islamist extremists, led to the deaths of up to 200,000 people and may have lessened the appetite for an uprising so far.
Meanwhile Ayesha Qaddafi (Also spelled as Aisha Qaddafi, Kadhafi, Aisha Gadhafi), who reportedly gave birth to a girl-child briefly appeared again on Google Talk stating "The rebels in Libya are directly connected to Al Qaeda. It is strange enough to observe that American President Barack Hussain Obama is giving all out support to these Islamic terrorists as he did in Tunisia, Egypt, Yemen and Syria. It is proved by now that; Al Qaeda is the main enemy of my father. My question is who Obama is extending support to Al Qaeda? What is his hidden identity? What is in his agenda? As Obama's defeat in the next Presidential election is inevitable, does he conspire to establish a number of Al Qaeda ruled countries in the Arab world?"Aisha
Ayesha Qaddafi said, "Even if my father and my brothers are martyred, I will continue my fight against Islamic terrorists in Libya. Very soon I will appear in the media with my announcement of fighting the terrorists and Al Qaeda in Libya as well in other countries in the world. Let Westerners and their mercenaries take note, Ayesha Qaddafi will never bow to their evil conspiracy. I bear the blood of a heroic father and never in life have I ever learnt to surrender. The NATO and Western murderers have killed my husband and a child. But they must know now, Ayesha Qaddafi is a soldier. Even at the cost of my own life, I will liberate my country from the clutches of Islamic terrorists and Al Qaeda."
In response to question, what they will do, if Algeria decides to refuse the exile, Ayesha Qaddafi said, "A number of Arab countries as well as African nations are willing to accord us exile. There is an also positive signal from Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez. Whatever the Islamic terrorists in Libya may think, the world will not forget or abandon Muammar Qaddafi. We have many places to live. But, we won't stay outside Libya for long. InshaAllah (God willing) we shall return to Libya soon and liberate the country."
Ayesha Qaddafi said, during Eid prayers in a number of Muslim nations, special prayers were offered for Muammar Qaddafi and his family members.