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Tunisia, Egypt and now Libya!

Dictators are toppled one by one; the most criminal of whom faced the ultimate humiliation then death!

Dictator's Ultimate End

The people have spoken. The “western powers” were quick to congratulate and urge the same people they helped oppress through their puppets, to be mindful of democracy and “positive” change.

Excuse me?

What they really mean is that they wish for a democracy that fits the western ideologies… a sort of dictatorship that we would bless and label as a “democracy.”

What scares the West is that the Arab people want their religious values to influence their communities, eliminate usury and corruption (Sharia “Law”), build an Islamic Empire as one existed in the past during which prosperity and science flourished, poverty eliminated and the Arab/ Muslim world stood united (also Sharia “Law”).

This is when the despicable state of terrorists and pigs will vanish… and the Middle East will be Holy again.

So let the spark continue and burn the tyrants and dictators of the region (who also use what they call democracy to hide their crimes against humanity).

Today we celebrate the demise of Zine El Abidine of Tunisia, Mubarak of Egypt and Gaddafi of Libya.

Tomorrow we shall celebrate the demise of Netanyahu, Abdallah, Assad, Saleh and Al Malki

And then we shall have peace and prosperity.

 

Saif Al Islam said he would not leave Libya and that he would fight until he was dead or victorious.
Apparently he wasn’t. Whatever happened to Luis Moreno-Ocampo, the ICC prosecutor’s claim that Saif had been arrested???

Celebrate for a few more “hours” you thug.. but you will soon be dragged like a dead dog in the streets of Tripoli!

 

COMING SOON: Saif Al Islam in Prison Garb – the series! Don’t miss it! Stay tuned…

Nice claim from this heathen who “married” an Israeli actress.. his Jewish blood was calling!

Now begins the call for Justice against this thug and his father! A trial in Tripoli, Libya and hopefully a public execution for the crimes he and his family committed against Libyans!

Good Riddance you Thug!
Victory to the Libyan People
and soon the
Syrians and Yemenis …
and the rest of the
Arab world.

The three most important letters in any conflict:

O        I        L

 

I will add: why aren’t we bombing the Israelis? Their warplanes and tanks unleash disproportional retaliation against Palestinian civilians and what’s left of their economy!

“This war is about oil, control and a message to the rest of the world and region that we can do it if we want to. I fear we will soon be involved in a ground war, the partition of Libya and the theft of that country’s oil and resources.

“What is even more worrying is the fact that David Cameron ignored my request, in the House of Commons … for assurance that cluster bombs and depleted uranium weapons would not be used,” he added. “This is not peace. Let there be no mistake. This is war.”

Hudson agreed, calling the attacks “utterly reprehensible”. Galloway predicted that the air strikes would cost the Libyans “hundreds of thousands of lives and even more livelihoods … just as the shock and awe savagery has in Baghdad”.

He predicted: “This bombing will not succeed. This will be a long war, casualties will occur far from the scenes of battle and the radicalisation of Arab and Islamic world will proceed apace. This is not peacekeeping. This is imperialist war-making.”

German warned people not to be “taken in” by claims that the goal of the air strikes is to “help the poor people of Libya”. She said: “The people of Libya will not be helped but will be harmed by this intervention, just as the people of Afghanistan and Iraq have been. The only people who can change the situation in the Middle East are the people in the Middle East.” – more

UN authorizes No-Fly Zone over Libya

Jeez.. what’s the rush? Wait a little longer so that this mad thug can commit more atrocities!

 

 

In Benghazi, the main opposition stronghold, a large crowd watching the vote on an outdoor TV projection burst into celebration and green and red fireworks filled the air.

The resolution came just a few hours after Muammar Gaddafi, the embattled Libyan leader, warned residents of Benghazi that his forces would show “no mercy” in an impending assault on the city.

“The matter has been decided … we are coming,” he said in a radio address on Thursday.

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The Libyan leader called pro-democracy fighters in Benghazi “armed gangsters” and urged residents to attack them, saying: “You all go out and cleanse the city of Benghazi.

“We will track them down, and search for them, alley by alley, road by road … Massive waves of people will be crawling out to rescue the people of Benghazi, who are calling out for help, asking us to rescue them. We should come to their rescue.”

‘We will be crazy too’

In an interview broadcast just before the Security Council voted on the resolution, Gaddafi dismissed its actions.

“The UN Security Council has no mandate. We don’t acknowledge their resolutions,” he told the Portuguese public Radiotelevisao Portuguesa.

He pledged to respond harshly to UN-sponsored attacks. “If the world is crazy, we will be crazy too,” he said.

Speaking to reporters in Tripoli after the vote, Khalid Kaim, the Libyan deputy foreign minister, took a conciliatory tone, offering to negotiate a ceasefire with the rebels.

“We are ready for this decision (a ceasefire) but we require an interlocutor to discuss how to implement it,” Kaim told a news conference.

“We discussed last night with the UN envoy (for Libya, Jordan’s Abdul Ilah Khatib) and asked legitimate questions on the application of a ceasefire,” he said.

 

ATW thinks that the U.N. resolution should have authorized somebody to drop a bomb on this mad man and rid humanity and the Libyans from such terror. He’s threatening to retaliate.. against his own people?

I do hope that the resolution doesn’t reduce Libya to rubble as was done in Iraq! Just bomb Gaddafi, shoot his planes down and sink his ships if they dare leave their berths!

Let the SOB know that his end is just around the corner!

 

 

Libya Rebels Reject Potential Gaddafi Offer To Step Down: Reports

Muammar Gaddafi

 

CAIRO, March 7 (Reuters) – Two Arab newspapers and al Jazeera television said on Monday Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi was looking for an agreement allowing him to step down, but there was no official confirmation of the reports.

Al Jazeera said Gaddafi had proposed to Libyan rebels to hold a meeting of parliament to pave the way for him to step down with certain guarantees.

It said Gaddafi made the proposal to the interim council, which speaks for mostly eastern areas controlled by his opponents. It quoted sources in the council as saying Gaddafi wanted guarantees of personal safety for him and his family and a pledge that they not be put on trial.

Al Jazeera said sources from the council told its correspondent in Benghazi that the offer was rejected because it would have amounted to an “honourable” exit for Gaddafi and would offend his victims.

The London-based daily Asharq al-Awsat and the daily al-Bayan, based in the United Arab Emirates, also cited unnamed sources as saying Gaddafi was looking for an agreement.

A source close to the council told Reuters he had heard that “one formula being proposed by the other side would see Gaddafi hand power to the head of parliament and leave the country with a certain guaranteed sum of money.”

“I was told that this issue of money is a serious obstacle from the national council’s point of view,” he said, adding that his information came from a single source close to the council.

 

Essam Gheriani, a media officer for the council, said: “No such offer has been been put to the council as far as I am aware.”

APPEAL FOR DIALOGUE

Jadallah Azous Al-Talhi, a leading member of the ruling establishment and a prime minister in the 1980s, appealed to rebel leaders for dialogue on Monday, in the clearest sign yet Gaddafi may be ready to compromise with opponents challenging his four-decade rule.

The fact that state television screened Talhi’s appeal indicated that it was officially endorsed.

But the council said there was no room for broad dialogue with Gaddafi and any talks must be on the basis that he quits.

Asked about Talhi’s address, rebel official Ahmed Jabreel told Reuters: “Talhi is a close acquaintance of mine and he is widely respected in Libya as a man who stood up to Gaddafi.

“But we have made it clear all along that any negotiations must be on the basis that Gaddafi will step down. There can be no other compromise.”

Asharq al-Awsat, citing “informed Libyan sources” in Benghazi, said Gaddafi sent a negotiator to the rebel council with an offer to step down provided he had guarantees for his personal safety and that of his family as well as his money.

Al Bayan quoted a source close to Gaddafi’s inner circle as saying the Libyan leader had begun looking for a safe haven outside Libya.

“He has begun making contacts with African and Arab states in search for a safe haven that will allow him to leave Libya in a way that suits his position and would not infringe on his dignity,” it quoted the source as saying.

The source said that “great divisions” within the Libyan army had caused Gaddafi to lose control of large parts of the country to rebels, according to an advance copy of the article.

One of Gaddafi’s sons, Saadi, said Libya would descend into civil war if his father stepped down, Al Arabiya television reported on Monday.

“The situation is very dangerous. From the perspective of a civil war, the leader must play a very, very big role in calming Libya and convincing people to sit together,” Saadi Gaddafi said in an interview with the Arabic satellite channel.

“If something happened to the leader, who would be in control? A civil war would start,” he added.

(Reporting by Tom Pfeiffer in Benghazi, Edmund Blair in Cairo and Sami Aboudi in Dubai; writing by Myra MacDonald; editing by Diana Abdallah)

Eight British soldiers have been captured in eastern Libya as they escorted a senior diplomat through territory under the control of revolutionary forces.

According to a report published by The Sunday Times, the unexpected presence of a British special forces unit along with the diplomat “angered Libyan opposition figures, who ordered the soldiers to be locked up on a military base.”

The Britons have reportedly been taken to Benghazi in eastern Libya. The diplomat they were protecting had wanted to contact the anti-government forces.

The British newspaper added that anti-government forces “fear Muammar Gaddafi could use any evidence of Western military interference to rally patriotic support for his regime.”

On Saturday, Gaddafi said he wanted the United Nations or the African Union to investigate the anti-government protests in the country.

On the same day, pro-Gaddafi forces backed by tanks launched an assault on Zawiyah, 50 kilometers (31 miles) west of the capital Tripoli, firing heavy mortar rounds at houses and attacking a hospital.

The clashes began hours after revolutionary forces repelled an effort by government forces to retake the city.

Reports by human rights groups say over 6,000 people have been killed so far in the government’s harsh crackdown on anti-government protesters.

The Libyan revolution came in the wake of the monumental events in Tunisia and Egypt, where dictators who led undemocratic and repressive regimes were driven out of power.

However, Gaddafi does not want to see the writing on the wall, and the bloody conflict in Libya drags on.

Waves of demonstrations have rocked several other Middle Eastern and North African countries in recent weeks.

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Israel is reportedly planning to launch a new war to strengthen its position in the Middle East, following recent political reforms in regional states.

A Western diplomat in the Jordanian capital Amman said on Wednesday that Israel has decided to attack Syria and Lebanon following the downfall of Hosni Mubarak’s regime in Egypt, which served as a great loss to Tel Aviv, the Lebanese daily Assafir reported.

The diplomat reiterated that since Tel Aviv is seriously worried about consequences of the Egyptian revolution and future developments in the region, it wants to start a new war in the Middle East in order to turn the situation back in its favor.

“Israel intends to overthrow Bashar al-Assad government in Syria in a matter of weeks after a war with Lebanon’s resistance movement of Hezbollah east of Lebanon, near the border with Syria,” Assafir quoted the diplomat as saying.

He added that Israel has already informed Washington about the plan.

Egypt, which shares a long border with Israel, was the first Arab country to sign a peace treaty with Tel Aviv in 1979, following secret negotiations at the Camp David resort in the US.

For years, Egypt Mubarak helped Israel impose a deadly siege on the Gaza Strip by closing the Rafah crossing to Palestinians, keeping Gaza’s 1.5 million population trapped in the tiny coastal enclave.

The Israeli regime now fears that by the opening of Rafah, Hamas, the democratically-elected government of Gaza, will gain more power.

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Israel has informed Washington? And Washington, apparently approved! Do these morons-of-so-called-leaders learn anything from history, let alone current events?  Then the Western Powers “discuss” a No Fly Zone over Libya? Makes sense!!!

May be Israel should start a war. The last two aggressions against Palestinians in Gaza and the Lebanese resulted in humiliating defeats for the Israeli Terror Forces. Maybe we need to celebrate another humiliation of Israel.