Thursday, February 24, 2011

Liberating Libya - Uprising continue...

The news have been blocked. The silence revealed may be more killings of the civilians

Jamal al-Hajji, an activist who initiated a Facebook call for "day of rage" protests against the Qaddafi regime on Feb. 17. No news from him....

Muammar Gaddafi, the Libyan leader, has vowed to fight on and die a "martyr"

Gaddafi Is Using Foreign African Mercenaries to Crush Libyans' Revolt

Saif al-Islam appeared on state television and blamed the violence and protests, including "acts of sabotage and burning," on "foreign agents," and in particular, Israel, echoing the attempts made by other Arab leaders in Egypt, Tunisia and Yemen to dismiss and downplay the unrest.67 He said that the unrest "may cause civil war" and referred to the civil war in Libya in 1936. He also said that Libya was different from its neighbours. He ended by warning, "We will fight to the last man and woman and bullet. We will not lose Libya. We will not let Al Jazeera, Al Arabiya and BBC trick us"(source: wikipedia)

Gaddafi on 13 February warned against the use of Facebook, and security organisations arrested several prominent internet activists and bloggers

On 23 February Italy's Minister of Foreign Affairs Franco Frattini stated that according to his information 1,000 people had died so far

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