Tripoli: French embassy in Libya hit by car bomb

A car bomb has exploded outside the French embassy in the Libyan capital Tripoli, wounding two French guards and several residents.

The salafists in Libya has thanked Paris for their support by destroying the ground floor of the France embassy.
The salafists in Libya has thanked Paris for their support by destroying the ground floor of the France embassy.

The blast in Tripoli destroyed the embassy’s ground-floor reception area and perimeter wall, as well as damaging neighbouring homes and shops.

French President Francois Hollande called on Libya to act swiftly over this “unacceptable” attack.
It is the first major attack on a foreign embassy in the Libyan capital.

Tuesday’s explosion happened shortly after 07:00 (05:00 GMT) in a smart residential area of Tripoli.
One of the embassy’s guards was severely injured while the other suffered lighter injuries. Several residents were also slightly hurt.

Source: The BBC

My comment:

This explosion in Libya remind me about Western leaders who embrace Islamic forces, and rejoice together over the “joint victory they have won”.

Nicolas Sarkhozy and Mustafa Abdul Jalil join David Cameron in Tripoly, rejoicing with everyone who shouts "allah U Akbar".
Nicolas Sarkhozy and Mustafa Abdul Jalil join David Cameron in Tripoly, rejoicing with anyyone who shouts “allah U Akbar”.

No doubt that Gadaffi was a secular dictator who slaughtered his own people. But when France hailed the salafist Islamic Jihad in Bengazi, we all knew that Paris and Mecca had entered into a “unholy alliance”.

Secular people are naive in expecting good fruits from wining and dining with Islamic terrorists. Paris and London hope that their bribes will pay off, and that the warriors of Muhammad will not enter into their own garden.

But all who fire rockets and shout  “allah U akbar” can hardly wait to enforce sharia laws in Paris too, and force the people of France bowing towards Mecca.

That is by the way a city in the Islamic Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, if you still are unaware of which way to bow.

If you believe in Jesus the Messiah, make it a point to never bow in the direction of this place. Mecca is a site of massive distribution of wickedness and evil.

Written by Ivar

5 thoughts on “Tripoli: French embassy in Libya hit by car bomb

  1. Dearest Ivar: I hope giving you five stars is an acceptable form of thanks for your hard work where fellow bloggers are concerned. LOL!! If not, oh well..and, btw…thanks so much for all of your hard work. I enjoy how at the end of your news posts, you always write down your thoughts. God bless you my brother in Christ.

    1. Dear Lyn.


      Every man needs to hear something positive every day. I know you are not flattering me to achieve something. We do not pretend that we love Jesus. We simply love Him. Thanks for blessing me.

      1. You deserve it. We all work very hard..some of us even more than please God. Those who are humble in spirit deserve even more blessings… You are humble and you are bold at the same time. Paul was humble yet bold. This is a very good quality, and I am happy to be your sister in Christ. I can’t wait to be united someday with my heavenly family, and even more, with Jesus Christ, our Lord and Savior. We shall all rejoice and it will be an awesome day indeed. The only reason all of us are here is to serve YHVH in obedience. Then, we will all go home forever where we will kneel at His feet. Bless you, and thank you Ivar.

  2. My heart is bleeding. What happens, when you don’t hear something positive from man every day? You are left to God’s Word alone. Not a bad place. Amen.

    1. I have been left alone many times..I have even been homeless at 18 years old with nothing but canvas gym shoes with holes, no socks, and a ripped up jacket with no zipper…freezing cold at bus stops.

      It is sad that you do not realize that God gives us other people to show us His love too. If you have ever studied the entire Bible, you will find that we as His children are to exhort one another and build each other up. I have never seen someone get chastised, especially by a “Christian” for showing kindness to another person. I find it ridiculous, personally. You could take the same energy and time and be witnessing to someone or building up a brother or sister..instead, you prefer to tear them down.

      God bless.

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