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Gaddafi Fashion Week. He looks funny in that winter and summer clothes.
Ras Lanouf was taken back in the morning.
Nothing new on Ras Lanuf, the same has been happening the last 3 days, but news say that there is some oil shortage in Sirt and it's maybe why Gaddafi's forces have been trying to control Sidrah's oil port in Ras Lanuf.
Zawiya is still surrounded and Misurata is expecting new attacks.
Rumors on a ship coming from Syria with ammunitions and 100s of 4x4 cars heading to Tripoli.
Brega is having its share of clashes too. (an oil port is in there too)
Aljazeera cameraman Ali Hassan Al-Jaber has been killed in an ambush near Benghazi. He was hit by three shots, and was wounded through the heart. Ali then died in hospital.
Last edited by asm00200; March 12th, 2011 at 01:32 PM.
I feel embarrassed how little I actually know about Gadaffi. I had a lot of respect for him making the country to what it had become over the 40+ year period, but never quite knew the full extent of measures he used to achieve his unopposed ruling of the Libyan kingdom. Which also seems to be the case with even one of our own Libyan members which further proves just how hidden Gaddafis actions have been kept.
I can't help but find some humor at the post I made a while back of Gaddafi ranting to the whole world/UN about how iraq and many other countries need to be left to find a conclusion regarding civil wars.
He'll regret those words if he loses this war or his life.
This is old news but I heard rumors that Gaddafi would step down if he was guaranteed immunity from criminal prosecution and travel for him and his family to any country he wants.
Is this true or is this just an unfounded rumor? Its been a few days since this was reported on and from the looks of things it doesn't look like Gaddafi is stepping down from anything. Either a problem with negotiations or the rumors are just what people say they are...rumors.
Here's an article on it.
He doesn't deserve that. It shouldn't even be an option at this point.
One dead as Yemen police open fire on protesters
-Libyan state TV says that Gaddafi's forces have gained control over Brega.
-In Misurata, they were expecting an attack yesterday but according to a witness there, Gaddafi forces (Khamees brigade) had a split in their forces after some of them refused to fire at civilians, and that 32 of them, including a general, have joined the revolution.
That's good to hear...
I guess the General was just waiting for the right time to change side...
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