ANALYSIS-Libya's war upsets the neighbours | News by Country | Reuters "The Sahelo-Saharan strip is already insecure, with the activities of terrorists and drug traffickers. Now we seeing the return of young men with no source of employment but who know how to handle weapons," said Ahmet Haidara, a parliamentarian in Niger's north, told Reuters. "We didn't want this war but now we have to deal as best we can with the negative consequences," said Haidara, who heads a Tuareg committee in contact with Libya's new National Transitional Council rulers. INFLUX OF ARMS Aside from arms coming back with the Tuaregs, governments in the region believe trafficked weapons from Libya have fallen into the hands of al Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb (AQIM) allies behind a series of kidnappings of Westerners and other crime. "Businesses operating in the region will face increased criminality and insecurity in the coming months as a result of the influx of arms and armed individuals or groups," forecast Roddy Barclay, Africa analyst at London-based Control Risks So just like in Afghanistan, you can bet in a decade or 2 if not sooner you'll be seeing the U.S. at war with terrorists in the area shooting at us with weapons we gave them during the current War in Libya.