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“… to protect the Libyan population and reaffirming that parties to armed conflicts bear the primary responsibility to take all feasible steps to ensure the protection for civilians.”The UN mandate preciously set out for “…to ensure the protection for civilians”. You sitting there with your jostle fingers type of few wording “ French armed the rebels… this against the UN resolution etc…” that is wrong I dare say. How the civilian protect themselves without any weapon or no money to buy any weapon at all. They raised spontaneously to protect themselves pro-Gaddafi attack. Some of haunting heart breaking pictures video clips, make you tears tears and break your heart with the civilian incredible afford to fight back gaddafi’s solders mess attack without weapons, top of their mates’ dead bodies, foot stepping their mates’ blood that was unbelievable. Have a look the streets and buildings all these bullet holes holes wounds, cemeteries of Libya and her people in refugee camps. Then you know how to justified what is wrong what is right. The goodness prevail. You can interprets the French arming the rebel in many ways which side you are. But as long as the rebels concern that is their windfall from the sky because they desperately needed the weapons for protecting their families their homes their towns from gaddafis’ attack. Many ways you can protect the civilian, all but your own individual interpretation as long as the UN mandated permit, e.g recognition of the NTC, humanitarian money donations, unfreezing the seized money to the NTC, and killing Gaddafi also another and arming the rebel definitely too. The French arming the rebels was part of the UN mandate permits. I respect the French’ action and part of the UN Resolution protecting the civilian.
The French military spokesperson said France had become aware in early June that rebel-held villages had come under pressure from loyalist forces.
"We began by dropping humanitarian aid: food, water and medical supplies," he told the AFP news agency.
"During the operation, the situation for the civilians on the ground worsened. We dropped arms and means of self-defence, mainly ammunition."
Burkhard described the arms as "light infantry weapons of the rifle type" and said the drops were carried out over several days "so that civilians would not be massacred".
“… to protect the Libyan population and reaffirming that parties to armed conflicts bear the primary responsibility to take all feasible steps to ensure the protection for civilians.”Thank French very much the wise judgment. so there!
"Giving them weapons we will be able decide the battle more quickly, so that we can shed as little blood as possible. Because the less blood we shed the faster we can think of the future and the more we can protect the Libyan people."
LONDON, June 28 (Reuters) - A British-led team planning for a post-conflict Libya has recommended that Muammar Gaddafi's security forces should be left largely intact after a rebel victory, avoiding an error made after the Iraq war, a minister said on Tuesday. …Imagine, what the world have seen what the Libyan have been through this atrocity. Deep suspicion and bloody vengeance all can understandable, if the world ask them forgive and forget all the atrocity and suffering they have been through that would be unfair. You would never know what their feeling unless you go through yourself; their loved ones never see their face again, they have been tortured, their houses their towns cities their business have been destroy and they had to fleet from their nests to wild field and another countries…etc. But The Rebel also have to thinking painfully- in their heads not their hearts in here- the higher noble purpose they set out they fight for “free democracy Libya, and they paid for heavy price for it so not let their country midst of another chaos ruinous - all of this is Gaddafi to blame allied by few of his inner circle of people. Professional solders are follow orders, they have not much option but kill to whoever they are told to kill. Police also follow their orders whoever told them to protect they protect. In a civil democracy society the solders job is killing enemy, the enemy is whoever threatening the nation’s security and police job is maintains civil order and protecting civilians from unlawfulness. Civilians very fond of them both and respect them, feel secure when we see them around that is one of fundamental of a civil society. You know then what is wrong in Libya. the Libyan solders were killing their own people and police is harming civilians by Gaddafi’s orders. They follow orders, not much they can do. So when Gaddafi finishes they have to listen the Libyan people.
On the Libyan security forces, "the lesson is not to make the mistake that was made in Iraq," Mitchell told a news conference.
"One of the first things that should happen once Tripoli falls is that someone should get on the phone to the former Tripoli chief of police and tell him he's got a job and he needs to ensure the safety and security of the people of Tripoli," he said.
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"For them, there is no solution to this conflict unless Gaddafi actually leaves office [and] leaves power."
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US Admiral Samuel Locklear, NATO’s joint operations chief in Naples, is not a man who minces his words when defining his mission in Libya.
It is a definition that confirms China and Russia’s worst fears and has strengthened their determination to thwart any US or European attempt to embark on a repeat performance in Syria or anywhere else in the Middle East and North Africa.
Admiral Locklear’s mission, he says unambiguously, is to kill Libyan leader Col. Muammar Qaddafi. He also believes that NATO will have to put troops on the ground in Libya to restore stability once his goal has been achieved.
As far as Admiral Locklear is concerned, that UN mandate authorizes the killing of Mr. Qaddafi.
“The UN authorization had three components: blockade, no fly zone, and civil protection. And Admiral Locklear explained that the scope of civil protection was being interpreted to permit the removal of the chain of command of Qaddafi’s military, which includes Qaddafi,” The Cable said. “He said that currently is the mission as NATO has defined.”
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“The vote we have on the House today will have implications far beyond our shores and far into the future,” he said.
1) The countries must release the seized money for the NTC for Libyan people on a humanitarian level. NTC continuously tireless diplomacy on this area. “Our money our people are suffering … so many great people give their life for freedom why the world community are not release some of their seizes money for the NTC, not their life they don’t have any sense of urgency… I think the Rebel may be a deal with some of the Nato-Allies some of or all of them their defence cost for bombing Gaddafi when his conflict ends.
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Already, the rebels say, they are in contact with apolitical or disaffected officials in the Tripoli police force, the Interior Ministry and other government departments to make plans to secure the city in the days after a potential ouster of Colonel Qaddafi. “In every ministry of the government we have people who will be going to their offices in the days after Qaddafi falls, so the government will not collapse,” Mr. Fekini said.
“A few thousand men with guns can’t control two million people,” he said.
... “We need help in two directions: for NATO to change its attack technique, and also we should get better weapons,” Fathi Bashaga, a rebel spokesman, said late yesterday. “I am asking the UN and NATO to allow us to buy the equipment and weapons because now we are in a difficult situation.”
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During the past week, local officials say, the rockets have killed two women and a man, and injured at least 11 people - including six children.
Twenty-six camels were also killed by one strike.
Suad Asheheh, seven months pregnant, lost a thumb and her arm was badly crushed when a rocket smashed into her kitchen.
On the remaining walls of her house are thousands of tiny pockmarks, caused by the ball-bearings which were packed inside the rocket, and fanned out on impact.
Rebel authorities in the besieged Libyan city of
have introduced tough restrictions on foreign media, banning travel to the frontline, cutting internet access and ordering journalists to work only with officially approved translators Misrata
(Reuters) - Libya's rebel National Transitional Council has declared itself the sole legitimate representative of the Libyan people and formed an interim government while it conducts military operations aimed at removing Muammar Gaddafi.Here NTC
BEIJING — China’s foreign minister met here with the leader of Libya’s rebel opposition on Wednesday and said in a statement afterward that the opposition was “an important dialogue partner,” the latest in a series of Chinese moves to improve ties to the opposition.
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…The Australian --All Gaddafi’s Fault
“China believes that the Libyan opposition National Transitional Council has become an important political force in Libya,” Mr. Hong said on Tuesday. “We would like to remain in contact with the N.T.C. and work towards a political solution.”
"We are sorry for the loss of civilian life," said rebel spokesman Abdel Hafiz Ghoga. "We hold the Gaddafi regime responsible for having placed military armaments and rocket launchers near civilian areas."
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BENGHAZI, Libya, June 20 (Reuters) - More than 20 troops from Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi's forces have defected from a brigade based in southern Libya and joined the rebellion, rebels said on Monday. ...Keep Reading
...This will ends soon my friends! The Cats will kill all the filty rats soon!!
"Ninety percent of the people in Tripoli hate Gadhafi," Mahmoud told me over sips of espresso at a corner coffee shop this weekend. "All his people do is tell lies. If anyone tells you different they are just afraid."
That's when about eight schools across the city turned into weapons' workshops. Volunteers flooded in to help.
"We had no time to learn, we had to just become creative," said Ali Ibrahim, who used to drive trucks and now builds rockets”
Creativity don’t need time and lesions just love and passion that is all! Love makes them ardent creative geniuses! When you are in love you don’t need to go the school but go the Revolutionary Weapon Production area! Love teaches you everything!
Libyan Rebel Leader to Visit China
Create roads and options, opens the doors
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“… to protect the Libyan population and reaffirming that parties to armed conflicts bear the primary responsibility to take all feasible steps to ensure the protection for civilians.”
Gaddafi’s pink peep show- Gaddafi, a leading man lead by examples- the truth is I am not telling lie because that is only I know and know how to tell, nothing else what else I can tell? Thus I am the most desirable man in the world! Gaddafi says....To sojourn in
is to travel deep into a world of illusionism and deceit. This is a world where much of the evidence available to an outsider suggests that Colonel Qaddafi, the “Brother Leader” and “Revolutionary Guide,” has led his followers into a narrowing cul-de-sac; where few if any with access to the colonel, by their own accounts, seem ready even to whisper that the game may be up; a world where a battalion of official spokesmen, inured to a lifetime of wrenching reality into the shapes commanded by propaganda, seem intent on turning truth on its head — a world, in short, where a leader beset by a murderous civil war thinks it normal to spend his Sunday afternoon playing chess. Keep Reading Tripoli
The revolutionaries destroyed six armoured vehciles and killed more than 45 enemy soldiers. The rebels surrounded Gaddafi's forces,...
"We have spoken out against the misuse of the good intentions in Resolution 1973," Zuma said during a budget speech in parliament.
Two Tripoli residents said Thursday that rebel supporters in Tajura and Souq al-Juma were distributing leaflets urging Qaddafi soldiers to put down their weapons and the residents to rise up. A rebel spokesman in Benghazi said that the leaflets were composed in the east sent by e-mail to the Tripoli residents to print and distribute.
Around 60 Libyans, including many government soldiers, have landed at Tunisia's El Ketef port this week following 19 new arrivals late on Wednesday, the official TAP news agency reported.This indicate pro-Gaddafi soldiers may afraid of defect on Libya, so the Revolutionaries make sure their messages cross to pro-Gaddafi soldiers that their life is safe if they defect, make easy to defect so that encouraging massive defection.
IT IS probably not what the designers of Google Earth had in mind, but for rebels in the besieged Libyan city of
the software has become a crucial part of the revolutionary armoury: a free battlefield system that helps them to aim mortars and pinpoint the tanks... Misrata
Many of the rebels cite the sophisticated computer war game Call of Duty as their first resource of tactical military knowledge.