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Topic - David W. Mack
A decision by President Obama and NATO to use its militaries to aid rebels in Libya would have the alliance siding with factions that it does not fully understand and not knowing what type of government they would bring to Tripoli.
Mr. Mack said having a meeting does not mean Mr. Welch would have said everything he is purported to have said according to the notes disclosed by Al-Jazeera.
David Mack, a former senior U.S. diplomat who specialized in the Arab world, said: "It's very normal for Libyans who knew David Welch when he was assistant secretary, and that includes Libyans with the National Transitional Council, to have reached out to Welch and for him to say he has received the message."