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Gaddafi’s love of tents and camels is in his blood – born as he was in a Bedouin tent in the desert near Sirte.
Camel pictures and facts
…An average milking camel will produce 5.28-6.6 gal. (20-25 L) of milk a day. A camel with well-formed udders may produce 8-10.6 gal. (30-40 L) a day. Camels can give milk even under harsh conditions and, unlike dairy cows, do not need much or any supplements to do so. A camel can produce 5.28 gal. (20 L) of milk a day without drinking any water for up to 10 days! Camel milk is chemically similar to cattle milk, but has a higher proportion of vitamin C. It also has more fat, protein, and minerals than either cow’s or goat’s milk… Camel milk is said to be an acquired taste….
(Libyan leader spanning six decades)
As a young boy, Muammar tended the family’s goats and travelled by camel between grazing grounds and oases. Noticed by his father and other elders as having an exceptionally brilliant mind, Gaddafi was sent away to school – at much sacrifice to the family – and from there he began his lifelong passion for knowledge and his mission to liberate his people from foreign occupation.
watch Libya hero Gaddafi with Egpyt hero Nasser in 1969
(Gaddafi’s model for Libya revolution was Nasser in Egypt)
watch Gaddafi in 1976: at work/at home documentary
(took Libya from Middle Age poverty to modern prosperity)
Gaddafi’s revolutionary democracy: power to the people
(wealth of Libya spread horizontally, not vertically)
Watch Gaddafi interviewed up close & personal in library
(explaining truth about self, Libya & world issues)
Gaddafi a patron saint to 31 sub-Saharan Africa countries
53 African Union nations will miss Gaddafi’s generosity
(financial/moral support to Africa unrelenting/wholehearted)
watch Gaddafi tell UN investigate Lumumba/JFK assassination
(“we want to know who killed JFK & Lumumba”)
watch video GADDAFI’S TRUE LIBYA read scrolling
(from poorest to highest standard of living in world)
watch GADDAFI A LIBYAN HERO listen
(soundtrack Eye of the Tiger – the will to survive)
What I learned about Gaddafi & Libya is the truth
(people wake up/get informed/watch video & be shocked)
53 African Union nations will miss Gaddafi’s generosity
(financial/moral support to Africa unrelenting/wholehearted)
(I gave people houses/hospitals/schools/money/democracy…
made Libya into farmland from the desert):
GADDAFI: RECOLLECTIONS OF MY LIFE
(gave people houses/hospitals/schools/desert into farmland)
Gaddafi’s GREEN BOOK Islamic Socialism
(gov’t by the people not by parliament/party/class…)
(not capitalism or communism or corporatism)
GADDAFI: RECOLLECTIONS OF MY LIFE
On 01 September 2009 – a year and a half before the UN declared illegal, unjustified war on Libya and commenced assassination attempts on Gaddafi (and three weeks before Gaddafi’s historic speech to the UN where, as Chairman of the African Union, he blasted the UN Security Council for approving 65 wars against small nations in the 65 years since the UN was founded in 1945) – Gaddafi hosted dignitaries at the spectacular 40th anniversary celebrations of the “people’s revolution”.
Clip: Gadaffi’s historic 2009 speech slamming UN
(Security Council should be called “terror council”)
watch Gaddafi explains UN is illegal/undemocratic
(65 wars in 65 years since UNITED NATIONS was created)
(UN allowed 65 aggressive wars against small nations)
Gaddafi – “man of the people” – and his daughter Aisha arrived in a golf-cart for ceremonies held in a massive green tent. Gaddafi’s wife Safya was also photographed beside the golf-cart. In an interview Aisha gave last October 2010 – before there was any inkling that the UN would soon be attacking her country – she spoke about the relationship between her children and her father – and how they love to “visit their grandpa’s tent and drink the camel’s milk”. *1
Meet Gaddafi’s girl: daughter Aisha chip off old block, Telegraph, 10 Oct 2010
Aisha Gaddafi: Questions & Answers Interview, Telegraph, 10 Oct 2010
…People forget that before he is a great man and leader, he is also my father, my friend and my brother. He is very close to me, and I feel so safe when I am with him. My love for him is beyond description, and we spend as much time as possible together. I always advise him to look after his health and take things easy, but apart from that it is him who gives me advice. If I had to pick his single best piece of wisdom, it would be that he underlines being modest, not to be arrogant, and that we should shoulder our responsibilities…. The man is the man. He never changes. He is a man of principles, he believes in causes, defending the poor and underdog, he never changes the main ideas that he believes in. I would say that now the future of Libya is very promising, bright and optimistic. It is taking its rightful place in the international community and everyone is seeking good ties with us.
YouTube/Telegraph, 07 Sept. 2011
BROTHER GADDAFI AT HOME IN TENT
& DAUGHTER DESCRIBES GRANDPA GADDAFI
DAUGHTER DESCRIBES GRANDPA GADDAFI
“I remember once we were on a holiday – my husband and I and the children.
And I remember the little boys were crying, they don’t want to enjoy their vacation,
they want to go back to the tent of their grandfather.
They want to drink the camel’s milk *1- they are so much used to it.
So we did our best to appease them and divert their attention.
But they never listened to us so we had, really,
to break our holiday and go back to their grandfather,
who is my father, of course.”
watch Aisha Gaddafi talks about her relationship with her father Muammar Gaddafi
to Colin Freeman in Tripoli, Telegraph video, Oct 21, 2010
“…Yes, I see him every day….I am very happy about this sort of relationship – the strong ties between my sons and my father. And I believe that I am very lucky and very fortunate to have such a father….
“Yes, he is busy, has a heavy schedule. But he has also made it a rule to himself to give as much time as possible to his family, to his sons, despite the fact that he is busy. And I agree with you that he is busy, of course, but I will say he gives quite a lot of time to his grandchildrenand his sons….
“When we get together it is normal, normal life. But now the grandchildren take the spotlight, they take most of the time. But this is a school, this is an education for us – so we like to be together and learn from this great man – who is my father, and I am proud of him of course….
“It does happen many times – people do not know who I am and suddenly, maybe, they find out that I am Aisha, the daughter of the leader. And so they gasp sometimes, and then they get so much friendly and welcoming and they take the chance to send greetings to my father and mother….”
Meet Gaddafi’s girl: daughter Aisha a chip off the old block
by Colin Freeman, Telegraph, Oct 10, 2010
To anyone in Britain who still thinks of her Dad as a tyrant, IRA quartermaster extraordinaire, and all-round Mad Dog of the Middle East, Aisha Gaddafi would like to extend a cordial invite. “Come to Libya, you are all most welcome,” she says, when asked about her father’s unique talent for planting thorns in the side of successive British governments. “I know what is said in Britain about my father, and most of it is just following a political agenda. So I would give the British people this invite: find out the real facts by coming and meeting us Libyans in person.”
First though, meet Aisha herself, the only girl among the eight children that Gaddafi has fathered in between his other duties as Brotherly Leader, self-appointed Saviour of Africa and Guide of the Revolution. Dubbed “The Claudia Schiffer of North Africa” in the Arab press for her striking good looks, the 33-year-old is arguably the most photogenic of Libya’s First Family, yet she is still very much a chip off the old block. A lawyer by training, her father’s regime is not the only contentious cause she has spoken up for over the years. In her youth, just like her Dad, she was a keen supporter of the IRA, and three years ago, she was on the legal team that defended that other controversial Arab leader, Saddam Hussein….
She agreed last week to a no-holds-barred interview at her home, a huge, high-walled villa in a Tripoli suburb. At first, it feels rather like being in a Gaddafi version of a Hello! shoot. Flawlessly turned out in peach jacket, white trousers and designer jewellery, Aisha holds court in a vast drawing room decked out with family pictures, and later poses for photos on a huge, mermaid-shaped settee worthy of her father’s extravagant tastes. Meanwhile, her three young children wander in – one of whom, three-year-old Muammar, is named after Grandpa. “People forget that as well as being a great leader, he is also my father,” she smiles, as the pint-sized Gaddafis scuttle about. “We are very close as a family, and while he is always very busy, every day I insist that we have a gathering with him. My boys love being in his tent, and they enjoy drinking his camel’s milk.”.*1…
With that, The Sunday Telegraph’s time Chez Gaddafi is up, although the hospitality is not quite finished yet. As we leave, a housekeeper bustles in with gifts: for my photographer and I, there are smart Gaddafi-style robes, and for my six-week-old daughter, there is a dummy in a special presentation box. It comes across as a genuinely thoughtful gesture, although as the large gates of her villa clang shut behind us, I wonder if I am falling for the same kind of charm tactics that so successfully wooed Mr Blair.
Colonel Gaddafi’s daughter Aisha gives rare insight into her family’s struggle
(she fears that a bomb could take their life any day)
video report by David Kilpatrick, New York Times, 26April 2011
I received a phone call a few days ago from the office of Aisha al Gaddafi, the daughter of the libyan leader Colonel Muammar al Gaddafi and they said that she wanted to do an interview which, interestingly, I hadn’t requested. But I offered to fly back to Tripoli and they made that possible.
When I got there I was surprised by her tone and I think she was offering a window into how the family was feeling right now. It was much more fatalistic. She talked as though it had already happened, sometimes – about how much the West would regret driving her father from power; about the dire consequences that she predicted when Col Gaddafi was gone, in terms of an exodus of illegal immigrants into Europe; a terrorist foothold on the Meditteranean; chaos in Libya and other dire consequences that she forecasted… Miss Gaddafi is trained as a lawyer at a Libyan university…. She finds alot of parallels between the case of Saddam Hussein and the Libyan example….She told me she thinks that what would happen in Libya would be far, far worse…
She said that she tells her children bedtime stories about the afterlife and she finds that especially appropriate right now because she fears that a bomb could take their life any day. Her five year old, she said, is so afraid of the bombs that he is now suffering from incontinence.
That night, in fact, the UN/NATO airstrikes actually hit the Gaddafi compound for the third time in their most serious bombing of that facility. We were brought there shortly after the bombs had fallen. One of the buildings had a tangle of wires and antennae coming out of it so it may have been a communications and command control facility, a military facility. Other parts of the complex were inarguably non-military. One was a building used primarily for for meeting foreign dignitaries; another was just offices. Gaddafi’s official translator told me that his office was destroyed that night of the bombing and he was glad he wasn’t working late that night.
watch Home movies of Gaddafi in tent with grandchildren
(UN-rebels plunder family homes destroyed by UN bombs)
French Jewish writer met terrorist rebels in Libya
(delivered message to Israel premier in Jerusalem)
CIA/MI6/MOSSAD agents lead anti-Gaddafi ‘rebellion’
(agents on ground in Libya training/arming ‘rebels’)
UN warplanes blast Tripoli in heaviest bombing yet
(3 dead/150 wounded near Gaddafi compound)
Muammar Gaddafi has made sure to bring his Bedouin tent with him everywhere in the world.
The mobile “flying tent” is a replica of the original one set next to the ruins of Bab al-Azizia,
Gaddafi’s headquarters in the south of the capital Tripoli
which was bombed by the U.S. in 1986.
Before the BIG BROTHER UNITED NATIONS barbaric war on Libya began three months ago now – first bomb dropped on Benghazi on 19 March 2011 – I didn’t know much about Colonel Muammar Gaddafi, other than what I’d heard over the years – his picture often plastered on headlines screaming “MAD DOG FROM THE EAST” over hideously distorted images of him.
Gaddafi son says UN lied saying Libya killed civilians
(same as they lied saying Iraq had WMDs)
(Libya under attack by biggest military force in history)
Watch Gaddafi TV footage/spokesman Ibrahim press conference
(it’s not Obama or UN who decides who leads Libya)
But when the bombing of Libya started I reflected back on having flown over Benghazi four and a half years ago and taking pictures from the window of the airplane.
Because of those photos – and the very name “Benghazi” sounds like something out of the Arabian Nights – I felt an irresistable draw to learn more about Libya and Gaddafi. I knew, instinctively and intellectually, that if BIG BROTHER said Gaddafi was bad, then Gaddafi must be good.
In the ensuing months of BIG BROTHER’S diabolical war on Libya – involving the country where I live, Canada (which is openly being taken-over by Communist China) dropping millions of dollars worth of bombs on Libya (paid for with money borrowed from foreign banks) – I’ve learned a great deal about Gaddafi and I was right – he IS good, and that’s WHY they’re trying to kill him – just like they killed JFK.
(totally opposed to communism & Islamic fundamentalism)
(truthful history of Libyan resistance to colonialism)
Watch Gaddafi warns UN stop bombing homes/offices/families
(radio speech to thousands at pro-Gaddafi rally)
Watch Gaddafi son Saif: Libya like McDonalds for UN-NATO
(fast war as fast food; snakes hungry for Libya gas-oil-cash)
Gaddafi daughter Aisha: UN spilling of Libyan blood must end
(father strong; will never leave Libya; a symbol, a guide)
Jul 4-23, 2011
Watch: Saif: “To tell my father to leave the country is a joke”
(agrees to concessions but UN constantly refuses cease-fire)
The evil UN war against Gaddafi – a civilian holding no political office in Libya since 1977 but nationally honoured as “Brother Leader of the 1969 Revolution” and founding father of the democratic-socialist conception of the Third Universal Theory as enshrined in “The Green Book” – began officially on February 17, 2011 with all-encompassing trade-embargo sanctions – including a NO-FLY ZONE – imposed against Libya based on totally-false UN accusations that Gaddafi was “killing his own people” for allegedly “protesting in the streets against him”. Canada, following orders from BIG BROTHER UN, pulled workers from Libya and stopped shipment of equipment worth millions of dollars toward the building of the 8th Wonder of the World – Gaddafi’s GREAT MAN-MADE RIVER project – which we’re now helping bomb under UN-NATO’s banner OPERATION UNIFIED PROTECTOR.
UN bombs hit hotel/apartment/bus/university/medical factory
(another night of NATO murder/terror/horror killing civilians)
UN bombs hit hotel/apartment/bus/university/medical factory
(another night of NATO murder/terror/horror killing civilians)
(killing civilians & destroying infrastructure)
The Orwellian ‘mission’ of OPERATION UNIFIED PROTECTOR – according to UN Resolution #1973 – is “to protect Libyan civilians by bombing Libya to prevent civilians from being killed by Gaddafi” (note: “prevent” means it hasnt yet happened and in fact it never has happened, and “protect” – to UN – means “kill” because that’s what bombs do – they kill). The bombing, as mentioned previously, began on 19 March 2011 as “support” to Jewish-backed non-Libyan agent-provocateur-Islamic-extremist terrorists (what UN refers to as “anti-Gaddafi, pro-democracy ‘rebels'”) who were rioting in the streets and attacking government military ammunition buildings and were consequently being put down by the Libyan government’s security forces – just as they’d likewise be put down in London, or New York, or any other nation on the planet. In Libya, the protestors aren’t disenfranchised poverty-stricken people. In Libya the people aren’t disenfranchised – they run the government through “people’s congresses” – and they aren’t poor – they’ve got the highest standard of living on the continent – as determined by the UN itself in recent reports.
Several times during OPERATION UNIFIED PROTECTOR‘s ongoing bombing campaign on Libya, Gaddafi has called for a cease-fire so that civilized talks and negotiations can take place. He’s hosted world leaders – including the Secretary General of the UN – in his tent in Tripoli.
The African Union sent a so-called ‘peacekeeping’ mission to meet Gaddafi on April 10, 2011 and Gaddafi agreed to their proposal for a cease-fire. But the UN – as usual – refused to stop their one-sided bombing.
Last week the international media – the Orwellian Ministry of Truth (Lies) – was matter-of-factly reporting that BIG BROTHER bombs had obliterated the buildings in Gaddafi’s residential compound in Tripoli and his tent in the desert on the outskirts of Tripoli.
Pictures taken at the scene 07 June 2011 showed camels wandering around the burnt-out remains of a golf-cart.
Watch What you don’t know about Gaddafi
(“one of 20th century’s greatest freedom fighters” said Mandela)
Facing the bombs of UN-NATO in the Libya Jamahiriya
(every night thousands gather to support Muammar Gaddafi)
Canada needs more 500-pound “smart” bombs to bomb Libya
(ordering 1,300 laser-guided bombs @ $100,000 each)
UN-NATO vs Gaddafi: What all friends of Africa should know
(France-Britain-USA are the “F-UK-US” Alliance)
Watch UN-NATO bombs kill family of Gaddafi close friend Hamedi
Muammar al-Qathafi’s conscience has always been clear and his heart clean, with a total subserviance to God/ALLAH alone….and his principles have NEVER changed (so witnessed and testified to, by his daughter Aischa).
I remember seeing photos of Gaddafi in a golf-cart like that and it heart-wrenchingly symbolizes his humbleness.
A picture of Gaddafi in the golf-cart, holding an umbrella, was taken on 22 February 2011 just a few days after the so-called anti-government ‘rebellion’ had begun in Benghazi and ‘protestors’ were making their way to Tripoli.
Gaddafi drove the golf-cart to the Green Square – where millions of supporters had gathered – to prove to the people that he hadn’t left the country –
as had been lyingly reported in the BIG BROTHER-owned Ministry of Truth (Lies) world press.
Gaddafi was seen in the golf-cart again a week later, this time driving to the People’s Hall, the Libyan version of parliament – called “Congress of the People” – where he gave a speech on the 34th anniversary of his having stepped down as leader in 1977 wherein he handed the government of Libya to congresses of the people. This was 02 March 2011, two weeks before the UN started non-stop bombing of Libya on March 19, 2011 and since which time the Congress of the People – and other non-military government buildings and civilian homes – have been destroyed and thousands of Libyan civilians have been killed and injured.
On 21 March 2011 UN warplanes bombed Gaddafi’s residential compound in Tripoli – the same one the USA had bombed 25 years ago, the remnants of which Gaddafi has left standing as a memorial to his eighteen-month-old adopted daughter, StepHANIE and the hundred plus other civilians injured and killed that day.
Since then, Gaddafi has mostly lived in a tent set up near his bombed-out former home.
NATO BOMBED the Home school for handicapped and Mongoloid children:
NATO bombed, and Bombed almost every buliding they could find, including schools and Mosques–:
This one killed 93 IMAM who were praying for peace:
From Gaddafi daughter: a glimpse inside the bunker, New York Times, Apr 26, 2011
From a Qaddafi Daughter, a Glimpse Inside the Bunker
Aisha el-Qaddafi, daughter of Col. Muammar el-Qaddafi, at a pro-government rally in Tripoli on April 14.
Published: 26 April 2011
Timeline: Col. Muammar el-Qaddafi
NATO Says It Is Stepping Up Attacks on Libya Targets (27 April 2011)
“To make them ready,” she said, “because in a time of war, you never know when a rocket or a bomb might hit you, and that will be the end.”
In a rare interview at her charitable foundation here, Ms. Qaddafi, 36, a Libyan-trained lawyer who once worked on Saddam Hussein’s legal defense team, offered a glimpse into the fatalistic mind-set of the increasingly isolated family at the core of the battle for Libya, the bloodiest arena in the democratic uprising that is sweeping the region.
She dismissed the rebels as “terrorists” but suggested that some former Qaddafi officials who are now in the opposition’s governing council still “keep in touch with us.” She pleaded for dialogue and talked about democratic reforms. But she dismissed the rebels as unfit for such talks because of their use of violence, hurled personal barbs at President Obama and Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton and, at one point, appeared to disparage the basic idea of electoral democracy.
After arranging the interview last week, Ms. Qaddafi spoke for more than an hour late Sunday afternoon, just hours before NATO escalated its airstrikes with an attack that disrupted state television and another on the Libyan leader’s compound in Tripoli. Ms. Qaddafi, one of the many unofficial and sometimes rivalrous Qaddafi family power brokers who dominate Libya’s economic and political life, said the crisis had pulled the family together “like one hand.”
Ms. Qaddafi said that she and her seven brothers “have a dialogue between us and exchange points of view” before anyone takes a major step in their common defense. She acknowledged that she had seen news reports that her siblings had proposed easing their father from power in a transition under the direction of her brother Seif al-Islam, but she declined to comment on the details.
She also pointedly declined to answer when asked if Abdel Fattah Younes, a top rebel military official who was a longtime interior minister, was among the leaders who had kept in touch with the Qaddafi family.
“They say to us that they have their own families, daughters, sons, spouses, and they fear for them, and that is why they have taken those positions,” she said of those rebel leaders. “There are many members of the council who have worked with my father for 42 years and been loyal to him. Do you think they would just go like that?”
Instead of the angry defiance and vows of retribution issued by her father and her brother Seif, Ms. Qaddafi focused on how the West would rue the chaos she predicted would engulf a post-Qaddafi Libya. When pressed repeatedly on how her family could stay in power, she said more than once, “We have a great hope in God.”
Ms. Qaddafi has appeared in public twice since the bombings began, before cheering crowds at the colonel’s compound, but she seldom speaks in public. During the interview, she wore close-fitting jeans, Gucci shoes and a pale scarf that did not cover her long blond hair. At times, she laughed at her fate, recalling how the United Nations, after “begging” her to be an envoy for peace in the past, has now referred her to the International Criminal Court. Her staff presented an illustrated biography entitled “Princess of Peace.”
She said her experience as a volunteer on Saddam Hussein’s defense team offered relevant parallels.
“The opposition in Iraq told the West that when you come to Iraq they will greet you with roses,” she said. “Almost 10 years later they are receiving the Americans with bullets, and, believe me, the situation in Libya will be much worse.”
She taunted both President Obama and Mrs. Clinton, saying that Mr. Obama had “achieved nothing so far” and laughing as she posed a question to Mrs. Clinton: “Why didn’t you leave the White House when you found out about the cheating of your husband?”
Even as she deprecated the American leaders, she repeatedly called for talks. “The world should come together at a round table,” she said, “under the auspices of international organizations.”
At the same time, she ruled out any dialogue with the Libyan rebels who now control the eastern half of the country; its commercial center, Misurata; and the western mountain towns of Zintan and Nalut, dismissing them as “terrorists” who “are just fighting for the sake of fighting.”
Under her brother Seif’s unofficial leadership, she said, the Libyan government had been on the verge of unveiling a constitution as a step toward democratic reform when “this tragedy happened and spoiled things.”
At the same time, she also derided, and possibly misunderstood, the basic ideas of checks and balances and public accountability in an electoral democracy. “Let me say something about the Western elections that they say are a democratic system of ruling,” she volunteered, referring to handwritten notes she had prepared for the interview. In an election where one candidate won with 50 percent of the vote and another lost with 48 percent, she asked, “Do you call this democracy? Just this one vote? What happened to the 48 percent who said ‘no’?”
She complained of the “betrayal” of Arabs whose causes her father had supported and the Western allies to whom he had turned over his weapons of mass destruction. “Is this the reward that we get?” she asked. “This would lead every country that has weapons of mass destruction to keep them or make more so they will not meet the same fate as Libya.”
Without Colonel Qaddafi, she predicted, illegal immigrants from Africa would pour into Europe, Islamic radicals would establish a base on the Mediterranean’s shores, and Libyan tribes would turn their guns on one another.
Citing unconfirmed Libyan intelligence reports, she asserted that the weapons-starved rebels had actually sold arms to the Islamist groups Hamas and Hezbollah. “When my father was there, see how safe Europe was and how safe Libya was?” she asked.
Ms. Qaddafi initially dismissed reports of the handful of nights two months ago when protesters took over the streets of Tripoli and almost every other big city, pulling down Qaddafi posters and burning police stations. Then, told that journalists had seen the evidence, she argued the destruction proved they were not civilian protesters but “saboteurs.”
She also appeared to dismiss witnesses’ accounts of Colonel Qaddafi’s forces shooting unarmed demonstrators. “I am not sure that happened,” she said. “But let’s say it did: it was limited in scope.”
As for her father’s state of mind, she said with a laugh that he was not worried at all. “He is as strong as the world knows him,” she said. “He is quite sure that the Libyan people are loyal to him.”
Her family still hoped, she said, to go back to its previous position, what she called “a return to normal.” But, she added, “of course we can expedite that if NATO will stop bombing us.”
A version of this article appeared in print on April 27, 2011, on page A1 of the New York edition with the headline: From Qaddafi Daughter, Glimpses of the Bunker.
watch video Colonel Gaddafi’s daughter Aisha gives rare insight into her family’s struggle (she fears that a bomb could take their life any day)
by David Kilpatrick, New York Times, Apr 26, 2011
watch video: Gaddafi’s daughter gives defiant speech, NPR, 15 Apr 2011
Aisha Gadhafi delivered a defiant speech speech in Tripoli today, saying “The suggestion of Gaddafi stepping down is a provocation to all Libyans. “Gadhafi is not in Libya but in the hearts of Libyans“. Aisha made the public appearance at her father’s Bab al-Azizia compound, where since the beginning of the Allied airstrikes Gadhafi supporters have gathered to act as human shields. In 1986, President Ronald Reagan ordered airstrikes on the compound that reportedly killed one of Gadhafi’s daughters.
Just a few hours earlier, NATO warplanes had flown sorties over Tripoli. Explosions and responding gunfire and anti-aircraft fire echoed around the capital, destroying at least one military site and causing blast damage to a nearby university cafeteria. Aisha’s message was one of uncompromising defiance. Referring to the strike in 1986, she said: “They rained down on us their missiles and bombs, they tried to kill me and they killed dozens of children in Libya. Now a quarter of a century later the same missiles and bombs are raining down on the heads of my and your children“.
Below her was a statue of a giant golden fist crushing a western warplane in its grip. The throbbing crowd – mainly men, but including hundreds of women separated to one side – appeared intoxicated on love and loyalty. Reuters reports that Aisha said the West’s demand that her father step down was an “insult” to Libyans“. The event was held to mark the 25th anniversary of the U.S. airstrikes on the compound.
Six months later – on 30 April 2011 – Aisha’s baby daughter was killed by UN bombs – as were two of her nephews and one of her brothers. Gaddafi’s wife subsequently gave an interview to CNN on 27 May 2011 decrying the war-crime horror being inflicted on Libyan civilians by UN’s bombing of their country.
BIG BROTHER DOUBLETHINK BOMBING LIBYA
(UN bombs killed Gaddafi son & grandchildren)
Muammar Gaddafi calls for ceasefire & negotiation in Libyan TV address (as air strikes hit government complex in Libyan capital)
Guardian, Apr 30, 2011
Muammar Gaddafi called for a mutual ceasefire and negotiations with Nato powers in a live speech on state TV early on Saturday, while UN-NATO bombs struck a government complex in the Libyan capital, Tripoli. The targeted compound included the state television building, which was not damaged. Gaddafi spoke from an undisclosed location. In his rambling pre-dawn speech, the Libyan leader appeared subdued but defiant, repeatedly pausing as he flipped through handwritten notes. “The door to peace is open,” Gaddafi said, sitting behind a desk. “You are the aggressors. We will negotiate with you. Come France, Italy, UK, America, come, we will negotiate with you. Why are you attacking us?” He said Libyans had the right to choose their own political system, but not under the threat of UN-NATO bombings. “Why are you killing our children? Why are you destroying our infrastructure?,” he said.
Rebel leaders [UN-backed foreign Islamic-extremist terrorists] have said they will only lay down their arms and begin talks on Libya’s future after Gaddafi and his sons step aside. Gaddafi has repeatedly refused to resign. Reporters visiting the scene of the air strikes were told two damaged buildings housed a commission for women and children and offices of parliamentary staff.
One of at least three bombs or missiles knocked down a large part of a two-storey building. In another building, doors were blown out and ceiling tiles had dropped to the ground. One missile hit the street outside the attorney general’s office. A policeman said three people were wounded, one seriously….
Video: Libyan opposition rejects Gaddafi truce offer, al Jazeera, 30 Apr 2011
…The rejection came hours after Gaddafi announced in an address on state television that he would not leave Libya. But he added that he was ready for a truce once “all sides” are involved and UN-NATO stops attacking his forces. “We were the first to welcome a ceasefire and we were the first to accept a ceasefire…but the crusader UN-NATO attack has not stopped,” he said. “We did not attack them or cross the sea…why are they attacking us? Let us negotiate with you, the countries that attack us. Let us negotiate“….Gaddafi urged opposition fighters to lay down their weapons and said Libyans should not be fighting each other. He blamed the uprising on mercenaries and foreigners. “We cannot fight each other,” he said. “We are one family.” Gaddafi denied mass attacks on civilians and challenged UN-NATO to find him the names of 1,000 people who had been killed in the conflict. After the pre-dawn broadcast on Saturday, state television said UN-NATO warplanes had bombed a site in the Libyan capital, Tripoli next to the television building during Gaddafi’s address. “A building adjacent to the Jamahiriya building was bombed during the broadcast of Muammar Gaddafi’s speech and that implies a target on the leader of the revolution himself,” the report said.
Gaddafi calls for ceasefire as NATO strikes Tripoli, Wash Post, Saturday, April 30, 2011
Tripoli – Libyan leader Moammar Gaddafi called for a ceasefire and negotiations with UN-NATO Saturday but refused to surrender power, as UN-alliance warplanes struck a government complex in the capital. In a rambling address on state television which began around 2:30 a.m. and lasted 80 minutes, Gaddafi appeared both calm and defiant, describing military intervention by UN-NATO, designed to protect civilians from his regime, as a massacre.
In Brussels, a UN-NATO official told the Associated Press the alliance needed “to see not words but actions,” and that UN-NATO would keep up the pressure until the U.N. Security Council mandate to protect Libyan civilians was fulfilled. Rebels [non-Libyan Islamic-extremist agent-provocateur mercenary UN-bakced al-Qaeda terrorists] also rejected Gaddafi’s offer of a ceasefire as “lies.”
“The gate to peace is open,” Gaddafi said, sitting behind a desk and occasionally glancing at copious hand-written notes. “You are the aggressors. We will negotiate with you. Come, France, Italy, U.K., America, come, we will negotiate with you. “Why are you attacking us? Why are you killing our children? Why are you destroying our infrastructure?” he asked, while denying his forces had killed Libyan civilians.
As he spoke, UN-NATO warplanes attacked government buildings close to the television center in Tripoli in what the Libyan government described as an attempt to kill Gaddafi. The TV images briefly went black on three occasions but the signal was quickly restored and Gaddafi, speaking from an undisclosed location, carried on without interruption. The TV center was not damaged. The Libyan leader, who has ruled for more than four decades, said he would negotiate and uphold a ceasefire if UN-NATO “stopped its planes”. But even as he made the offer he appeared to dismiss the possibility, describing his enemies as al-Qaeda operatives who did not understand what a truce meant. He also refused to step down or leave the country as the rebels [UN-backed non-Libyan Islamic-extremist agent provocateur mercenary al-Qaeda terrorists] and the leaders of the United States, Britain and France demand. “I’m not leaving my country“, Gaddafi said. “No one can force me to leave my country and no one can tell me not to fight for my country“….
Gaddafi has made sporadic appearances since the start of the CIA fostered uprising- revolt against him on 17February 2011, mainly to dispel rumors he had fled, to declare how much support he commands in Libya or to demonstrate his defiance. Sitting in front of a painting of tribal horsemen, he spoke on the anniversary of a famous battle near his hometown of Sirte against the Italian occupation 96 years ago, a battle he says his grandfather was killed in. He described young rebels as children “tricked” by UN-NATO, and promised to reward them if they lay down their weapons. “When Libya returns as it was before this conspiracy, you’ll take cars,” he promised. “The money will come to you.”
Gaddafi son & 3 grandchildren killed in UN airstrike on Saturday, April 30th
Daily Mail, May 2, 2011
Crowds of Libyans have gathered in the capital today for the funeral of Colonel Gaddafi’s son and three grandchildren. Saif al-Arab Gaddafi, 29, and three of the Libyan leader’s grandchildren were apparently killed in a UN-NATO airstrike on a Tripoli compound on Saturday….Libyan officials accused UN-NATO of deliberating targeting people and trying to assassinate Gaddafi….2,000 people carrying flags and pictures of Gaddafi attended the funeral. They pumped their fists in the air and chanted pro-Gaddafi slogans. One placard read: ‘We are all with Gaddafi’s Libya’. Saif’s coffin, covered in flowers and wrapped in the green flag that has represented Libya since Gaddafi took power in a 1969 coup, was carried through the crowds to the grave at Hani cemetery. Colonel Gaddafi did not appear to be at the funeral but Saif al-Islam, his most prominent son, attended in dark tribal robes. Saif had no children, but three of his nieces and nephews were also said to have been killed in Saturday’s blast. They were the children of his siblings Hannibal, Aisha and Mohammed. The air raid has provoked renewed debate on whether the British and French-led strikes are exceeding a UN mandate to protect civilians. The South African government, which has led an African peace initiative, condemned the attack and said the UN resolution did not cover the assassination of individuals….
Mourners vow revenge as Gaddafi son buried, WashPost, May 3, 2011
…Saif al-Arab was killed in a NATO airstrike on his home on Saturday evening, along with a friend and three of Gaddafi’s grandchildren, ages 6 months to 2 years, Libya’s government says. They were the children of Gaddafi’s sons Mohammed and Hannibal and of his daughter, Aisha. The government says that Gaddafi and his wife were also in the residence at the time of the airstrike but escaped unharmed and that UN-NATO must have had some intelligence about the Libyan leader’s whereabouts, perhaps from an informer or from communications intercepts….
2,000 Gaddafi supporters attend funeral of son, Telegraph, May 2, 2011
Saif al-Arab Gaddafi, the leader’s second youngest son, was killed in an allied air strike on Saturday night. Col Gaddafi himself did not attend the funeral, but two of his other sons, Saif al-Islam, who has the highest profile and was seen as his father’s intended successor, and Hannibal were both seen in the crowd. Some mourners fired weapons into the air. Others chanted “revenge for the martyrs” and carried placards reading “We are all with Gaddafi’s Libya”, according to news organisations. The body, covered in a green cloth and with a wreath was delivered to the Al-Hani Cemetery in a black ambulance. Three of Gaddafi’s grandchildren, identified by the authorities as being a child each of Hannibal, their oldest brother, Mohammed, and their sister Aisha, were also buried…. Despite denials from Western leaders that the UN air raid on the Gaddafi compound was an assassination attempt, it has provoked renewed debate on whether the British and French-led strikes are exceeding the UN mandate to protect civilians.
UN bombs kill Gaddafi son & 3 grandchildren, Tripoli Post, May 2, 2011
Crowds mill around the coffin during the funeral of Seif al-Arab in Tripoli. Mourners shouted for revenge in the Libyan capital on Monday as some 2,000 people greeted a funeral procession carrying Muammar Al Qathafi’s second youngest son, Seif al-Arab who officials say was killed in a UN-NATO airstrike. The crowd, carrying flags and pictures of Al Qathafi attended the funeral. They pumped their fists in the air and chanted pro-Al Qathafi slogans as they jostled to get close to Seif’s coffin when it was taken out of a black hearse to a grave at Hani cemetery in Tripoli. One placard read: ‘We are all with Al Qathafi’s Libya.’ Some people prayed, some flashed victory signs and others shouted for revenge. “Revenge, revenge for you Libya,” chanted the crowd around the coffin, which was draped in the green Libyan flag and was topped with a wreath of flowers that were wilting in the heat. Saif’s coffin, covered in flowers and wrapped in the green flag that has represented Libya since Al Qathafi took power in a 1969 coup, was carried through the crowds to the grave. The mourners were led by the leader’s most prominent and oldest son, Seif al-Islam, wearing dark tribal robes, but the Libyan leader Muammar Al Qathafi did not appear to be at the funeral. Despite earlier claims, it was reported today that Seif al-Arab had no children, but three of his nieces and nephews were also said to have been killed in Saturday’s blast. They were the children of his siblings Hannibal, Ayesha and Mohammed.
Libyan officials said 29-year-old Seif al-Arab was killed late on Saturday along with three of Al Qathafi’s grandchildren when UN-NATO bombed the family’s compound in Tripoli. Muammar Al Qathafi and his wife were present during the attack but were unharmed, they said. The deaths triggered attacks by angry crowds on the British and French embassies, and the U.S. diplomatic mission in the capital. Libyan officials also accused UN-NATO of deliberating targeting people and trying to assassinate the Libyan leader.
It comes as government forces kept up its attacks on rebels, shelling the port area of Misurata with rockets and artillery and disrupting operations to bring supplies in by sea to the besieged city. The UN-NATO air raid has provoked renewed debate on whether the British and French-led strikes are exceeding a UN mandate to protect civilians. The South African government, which has led an African peace initiative, condemned the attack and said the UN resolution did not cover the assassination of individuals. ‘The attacks on leaders and officials can only result in the escalation of tensions and conflicts on all sides and make future reconciliation difficult,’ it said in a statement. Rocket barrages hit the Misurata port area Sunday as an aid ship was trying to unload. Libyan state TV claimed it was shelled to stop UN-NATO delivering weapons to rebels [non-Libyan Islamic-extremist agent-provacateur/mercenty terrorists]. Another aid ship was still waiting off the coast Monday for bombing to stop and mines to be cleared before it could try to deliver supplies and evacuate some 1,000 foreigners and wounded Libyan, according to the International Organisation for Migration. Spokesman Jean-Phillipe Chauzy said: ‘We will wait until Tuesday noon. We are still hoping that things will improve.’ Rights groups say hundreds of people, including many civilians, have been killed in Misurata. [Gaddafi government] Officials in Tripoli deny targeting civilians and claim they are fighting armed gangs and Al Qaeda sympathisers [UN-backed non-Libyan Islamic-extremist agent provocateur mercenary terrorists].
Gaddafi says “give us peace” in speech hours before son & grandchildren die, Sunday Mail, 01 May 2011
Colonel Gaddafi called for a ceasefire and negotiations with UN-NATO in a bizarre speech on state TV yesterday. In the rambling predawn address, which lasted for more than an hour, he said: “The door to peace is open. You are the aggressors. We will negotiate with you. Come, France, Italy, UK, America, come, we will negotiate with you. Why are you killing our children?“.
The Libyan leader continued to deny that his forces had killed any of his countrymen, even as government shells rained down on the rebelheld town of Misrata yesterday. Despite his plea for peace, Gaddafi appeared to dismiss the possibility of a ceasefire, saying his enemies were al Qaeda operatives who did not understand what a truce meant. He also claimed the rebels were children “tricked” by UN-NATO promises and attempted to bribe them to give up their weapons. He said: “When Libya returns as it was, before this conspiracy, you’ll take cars… the money will come to you.”
Rebel leaders [UN-backed foreign Islamic-extremist terrorists] have said they will only lay down their arms after Gaddafi and his family step down but he refuses to resign. UN-NATO later rejected the ceasefire call saying they need “actions not words”. And they vowed to continue operations until all attacks and threats against civilians have ceased. Gaddafi’s speech came as the latest UN-NATO air strikes targeted Tripoli, including the state television building. Government spokesman Moussa Ibrahim denounced the strikes as a crime and alleged they were meant to kill Gaddafi as it was known he was to make a live TV address. A government complex was also hit and reporters visiting the scene were told the damaged buildings included a commission for women and children.
UN barbarically bombing Libyan people/homes/schools/gov’t
(UN killing civilians goes unreported; conspiracy of silence)
Supporters worry about Gaddafi after bombing
(not seen since UN killed son & grandchildren)
Watch Funeral held for Gaddafi’s youngest son Saif al-Arab
(visible emotion on face of elder brother Saif-al-Islam)
Three explosions as UN jets overfly Tripoli, MSN, May 4, 2011
Three explosions have been heard as jets overflew the Libyan capital Tripoli, days after the regime said Libyan strongman Muammar Gaddafi escaped an air strike that killed one of his sons. Gunfire rang out following the second strike early on Wednesday. A witness said that there were three explosions in total, and that smoke could be seen rising from one of the sites in eastern Tripoli. Early on Sunday, government spokesman Mussa Ibrahim said that Saif al-Arab Gaddafi, one of the Libyan leader’s sons, and three of his grandchildren were killed in a UN-NATO airstrike that he termed a bid to assassinate the strongman. An international UN-coalition began carrying out strikes on forces loyal to Gaddafi on 19 March 2011, under a United Nations mandate to protect civilians in the country. UN-NATO took command of operations over Libya on March 31.
Gaddafi not seen in public since son & granchildren killed, Reuters, 03 May 2011
USA intelligence officials believe Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi, who has not been seen in public since a UN-NATO missile attack reportedly killed his son, is still alive, CIA Director Leon Panetta told NBC television on Tuesday. “The best intelligence we have is that he’s still alive,” Panetta said in an interview with NBC News. Gaddafi, who seized power in a 1969 coup, has not been seen in public since a UN-NATO missile attack on Saturday struck a house in his compound in Tripoli. Libyan officials said Gaddafi survived, but his youngest son and three grandchildren were killed. UN-NATO could not confirm the reports that Gaddafi’s son, Saif al-Arab Gaddafi, had been killed….Critics say UN-NATO has already overstepped its mandate with Saturday night’s attack on the Tripoli house. UN-NATO insists it targets only military installations and was not attempting to assassinate the Libyan leader.
Watch Funeral held for Gaddafi’s youngest son, BBC, 02 May 2011
Amid some chaotic scenes and under the eye of UN-NATO planes that circled above, they held a funeral today. The remains of Saif al Arab were accompanied by one of the more prominent elder brothers, Saif al Islam, by now well known to western cameras. He is travelling in a heavily armoured vehicle with tight, close protection. His family feel threatened, though not within this fervent support….The crowds were vocal, around 2,000 came….We were given all the access we wanted, crowds were even pushed aside as we fought our way to the gravesite….They took great care lowering Saif al Arab into the ground and there was visible emotion on his brother’s face as the covered remains were interred. Nontheless Saif al Islam left this funeral displaying all the defiance of the Gaddafi family. There is no sign they are ready to stand aside.
Watch Gaddafi spokesman Moussa Ibrahim announce death of Gaddafi’s youngest son & 3 grandchildren, BBC, Apr 30, 2011
Mr Saif al Arab, known as Aruba to most Libyans, who is the youngest of the leader’s children was attacked tonight with full power. The leader with his wife was there in the house with other friends and relatives. The attack resulted in the martyrdom of brother Saif al Arab, 29 years old, and 3 of the leader’s grandchildren. The leader himself is in good health, he wasn’t harmed; his wife also is in good health, she wasn’t harmed; and other people were injured in the attack. This was a direct operation to assassinate the leader of this country. This isnot permitted by international law, it is not permitted by any moral code or principle. If people claim that they want to protect civilians we have again and again declared that we are ready for negotiation, ready for roadmaps for peace, ready for political transitional periods, ready for elections, ready for referendum. UN-NATO does not care to test our promises, the west does not care to test our statements. They only care to rob us of our freedom, our wealth, which is oil, and our right to decide our future as Libyans.
Picture to the right is Aicha’s martyred husband Ahmed, who was killed against in NATO action in JULY 2011.
From Gaddafi daughter a glimpse inside the bunker
(tells children bedtime stories about afterlife)
Gaddafi daughter taunts Obama & Hillary Clinton
(achieved nothing/stayed with cheating husband)
Gaddafi safe after bombs hit office library complex
(VIP room where African Union delegation met)
UN targeting Gaddafi for assassination
(3 civilians dead/45 wounded; 15 seriously)
Pakistan demands end to UN-USA drone attacks
(Hellfire missiles killing civilians, not Taliban)
Apr 25-May 24, 2011
On 20 MAY 2011, a huge quake of 8.3 was registered in the Nafusa Green Western Mountains…Apparently NATO thought that Muammar Gaddafi was staying in an underground bunker there. They used a nuclear depleted uranium tipped “bunker-buster” B3 supplied by the U.K.
UN warplanes continue bombing pro-Gaddafi-gov’t people
(dropped 7,500 bombs on Libya in 20,000 flights so far)
watch Bunker-buster bombs in action
(explode deep underground after penetrating surface)
(79th day of UN bombing; 10,000+ bombs dropped)
watch Raw video of Gaddafi son Saif/cheering supporters
(this is our country/the people are with us/we will win)
watch Gaddafi son Saif is safe in Tripoli, not captured
(press conference/victory sign/father safe)
UN-backed anti-Gaddafi al-Qaeda terrorist rebels storm Tripoli
(hooligan ‘rebels’ deface Gaddafi portrait/capture 3 sons)
NATO bombers backing UN-backed anti-Libya al-Qaeda rebels
(air assaults drop 5,000-pound bunker-buster bombs)
Anti-Gaddafi rebels are nothing without UN bombs
(only under cover of UN do cowards have courage)
UN answers criticism over civilian deaths in Libya
(Q: Does bombing civilians overstep your UN mandate?)
(UN: “All bombs we drop on Libya protect civilians”)
YouTube/News, Aug 20-27, 2011
Doublethink & MiniPax & Destruction & BB Tells Why
(Orwell 1984: “If you want a picture of the future,
imagine a boot stamping on a human face – forever”)
UN/UK bunker-buster bombs blast Gaddafi hometown Sirte
(cost: bombs $2-million each; jets $75,000/hr)
Massive UN bombs cause death/damage civilian Tripoli
(defiant Gaddafi requests dialogue with Americans)
UN-backed al-Qaeda-rebels execute Libyan civilians
(hands behind back/bullets to head/streams of blood)
watch Gaddafi speaks to cheering crowds on TV by phone
(“he is a father for all Libyans”)
(Libyan people aren’t brainwashed or mad – they LOVE Gaddafi)
UN-NATO is urging Libyans to kill fellow Libyans
(majority of Libya remains faithful to Gaddafi)
Captured Libyan officer defiantly defends supreme leader Gaddafi
(Gaddafi is strong/safe/has support of key tribes)
Gaddafi turns tables on UK head Cameron over anti-gov’t riots
(say Cameron step down over violence to peaceful protesters)
UN bombs massacre 85 Libyan civilians in farmyard homes
(UN denies civilian deaths/insists bombs “protect” civilians)
(Gaddafi a prophet/revolutionary/fighter/visionary leader)
“STOP BOMBING LIBYA & negotiate with Gaddafi”
Watch Canada helped Gaddafi build Libya’s Man-Made River
(now helping United Nations bomb it)
Canada company building Libya water pipeline halted
(equipment worth $11-million won’t be shipped to Libya)
UN wants to bomb Libya’s Man-Made River water system
(say Gaddafi hiding weapons in irrigation tunnels)
Serious water shortage in Libya from UN bombing
(UN now providing imported bottled water)
Harvesting Libya’s hidden water with Holland’s help
(UN bombs damaged Great Man-Made River water flow)
Oman/Tripoli, 03 Sept. 2011
HOLLAND HOPES HARVEST LIBYA WATER
UN war on Libya now water-shortage humanitarian disaster
(no fuel/power to pump Man-Made-River wells/reservoirs)
BIG BROTHER WAR FOR LIBYA WATER
GREAT GADDAFI MAN-MADE RIVER
(“eighth wonder of the world”)
Libya war seriously hurting Canadian water pipeline company
(equipment worth $11-million can’t be delivered)
Gadaffi the man behind the Great Man-Made River
(5,000-km water-pipeline from 1,000 desert wells)
Mar 25-Apr 18, 2011
UN warplanes targeting Libya’s Great Man-Made River
(water source for all humans/animals/crops in Libya)
LIBYA’S MAN-MADE RIVER 8th WONDER
(equivalent to flow of 200-years of water in the Nile)
UN warplanes bomb major Libyan oilfield & pipeline
(against international law & UN resolution)
UN-backed terrorist-rebels destroy Libya oil/electricity pipeline
(aim to starve/displace people/cause humanitarian crisis)
Watch Gaddafi son Saif interview at 5th month of UN war
(a media war from day one: lies/rumours/false reports;
why only bomb Libya? cash/oil/very delicious piece of cake)
NP/Telegraph/NYT, Aug 8-11, 2011
READER VIDEO ORWELL TODAY INTERVIEW
(people can watch & learn what’s going on)
DAUGHTER DESCRIBES GRANDPA GADDAFI
INTERPOL (UN Police) issues Gaddafi arrest warrants
(UN also wants Gaddafi son Saif & Gaddafi’s wife’s brother)
SkyNews/Reuters, 09Sept 2011
(amnesty/reward to anyone capturing or killing Gaddafi)
(transformed Libya from tribal kingdom to modern state)
Contradictions in UN bombing mission to ‘protect civilians’
(thousands of Libyan civilians killed/injured/now refugees)
157 bombs obliterate Gaddafi home compound/desert tent
(proof UN targeting Gaddafi for assassination)
Audio Gaddafi vows to never surrender; never leave Libya
(tells gutless UN cowards to go back to their countries)
Gaddafi “will not kneel”
(UN attacks not about civilians/democracy/peace in Libya)
UN bombs hit Gaddafi home compound & Libya parliament
(UN-NATO ‘fuck’ head Fogh Rasmussen ‘protecting civilians’)
Gaddafi daughter sues UN-NATO over war-crime air strikes
(bombs killed civilian baby daughter/nephews/brother)
UN bombs killed 718 Libyan civilians; wounded 4,067
(UN says bombing civilians protects civilians;
UN refuses Gaddafi’s repeated calls for ceasefire)
Directing Libya airstrikes “like playing computer game”
(E-3D spy planes orbit 30,000-feet above battlefield;
“our job is to speed up the kill chain“)
UN prepares ‘bunker-buster’ bombs for Libya assault
(2,000-pound bombs will target Gaddafi)
Helicopter gunships to join UN war on Libya
(urban-area Hellfire missiles/nose-mounted cannon)
UN jets bombed Gaddafi compound all week
(not known if Gaddafi was home)
Gaddafi’s wife Safia lashes out at UN
(bombs killed son; committing war crimes in Libya)
NYT/CNN/BBC/Tel/Guard/GM, May 27-Jun 9, 2011
LIBYA’S MAMA GADDAFI SPEAKS OUT
SIEGE OF TRIPOLI BY NATO:
UN daily bombing of pro-Gaddafi desert towns continues
(200 special forces electronically hunting Gaddafi)
UN-backed rebels warn Libyan civilians to surrender
(UN-rebels prepare to attack pro-Gaddafi oasis towns)
Watch spokesman Ibrahim defend Gaddafi as leader
(people scared Libya next Iraq/Somalia/Afghanistan)
Watch Gaddafi’s son Saif’s interview in Tripoli
(so-called rebels foreign terrorist group, not Libyan)
Watch Muammar Gaddafi’s interview in Tripoli
(media reports are a lie 100%)
Gaddafi’s daughter Aisha waves green flag for father
(denies false reports of leaving Libya)
Two loud explosions at Gaddafi’s Tripoli residence
(UN-NATO planes were seen firing missiles)
UN-USA Hercules gunships blast Libyan ground
(largest airborne gun in world; 10 tons ammunition)
Libya says UN-NATO terrorizing & killing civilians
(global plot wants to put Libya on its knees)
Follow UN’s illegal immoral war on Libya: in maps
(day by day airstrikes; ground attacks)
USA Sec’y Defense in Russia while bombing Libya
(blames civilian casualties on Libyan civilians)
Jewish billionaire’s fingerprints on Libya bombing
(global organization behind military doctrine R2P)
UN-backed al-Qaeda ‘rebels’ say Gaddafi surrounded
(UN-rebels getting ready to capture or kill Gaddafi)
TripPost/BBC, 07 Sept. 2011
Gadhafi’s daughter gives birth to baby while on run, AP, 30 Aug. 2011
Gaddafi’s daughter Aisha gives birth to healthy baby girl (names her Safiya after her mother)
by Habib Toumi, Gulf News, Aug 30, 2011
Manama: Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi’s daughter, Aisha, gave birth to a baby girl just hours after being allowed into Algeria, alongside her mother Safiya, brothers Mohammad and Hannibal, nieces, nephews and helpers. “Aisha gave birth to the girl at around 2 am,” Algerian daily Echorouk reported in its online edition on Monday. “The baby was named after her grandmother Safiya, and both she and the mother are doing fine, unlike media reports that the mother was in a critical condition,” according to the report. Echorouk reported that a seven-vehicle convoy carrying 31 asylum seekers, including members of the Gaddafi family, had arrived from Libya to Illizi, the province bordering Libya but had to wait for around 12 hours before they were allowed in. Echorouk, quoting sources it did not identify, reported that Aisha was nine-month pregnant and was in a critical condition, a fact that weighed heavily in the decision made by the Algerian authorities to provide assistance and allow the convoy in on humanitarian ground. The daily said that Algeria also based its decision to receive the high-profile fugitives on the fact that neither Gaddafi’s wife nor two sons or daughter were wanted by the The Hague-based International Criminal Court. The court had approved warrants for the arrest of Gaddafi, his son Saif Al Islam, and Libyan intelligence chief Abdullah Al Senoussi on charges of crimes against humanity. The family members and their helpers are expected to remain in Illizi. The sources ruled out they would be moved up to Algiers, the capital. Libyan rebels, however, are now demanding that Algeria return the fugitives for trial.
Gaddafi in radio broadcast vows to defeat UN-NATO
(we are in our country determined to stay & defend it)
Listen Gaddafi’s speech by phone to Libyan people
Thousands shout WE LOVE GADDAFI in Green Square
Gaddafi’s son Saif says Libya will hold elections
(the people will decide; may the best man win)
Jun 18-20, 2011
(BTW in contradiction to what the Western ‘Coalition’ “Powers” were asking, Muammar al-Qathafi held NO Political Office what-so-ever;
but he remained the Supreme Commander of the GREAT JAMAHIRIYA Armed Forces (which he still holds up to this day).
Also, to say “GADDAFI-REGIME” is very erroneous, as the people held all power and the Law of the Land was the Holy Quran—nothing man-conceived; and was not Muammar al-Qathafi but rather God/ALLAH as the Supreme Head of the Nation…as no man ruled over the peoples (who had Popular Congresses and People’s Committtess which the people themselves formed, organised and adopted for all matters).
UN-UK jets bombing Gaddafi hometown loyalists
(bombing Libyans to protect Libyans from Gaddafi)
Thousands killed battling for Gaddafi’s hometown
(UN bombers backing Al-Qaeda terrorist ‘rebels’)
BritishForcesNews/Telegraph, Sep 3, 2011
Hundreds-thousands rally in Gaddafi hometown Sirte
(people feel safe with leader Gaddafi)
Gaddafi radio broadcasts inspire millions of supporters
(we are in our own home/we will fight to the last drop)
Obomba won’t stop bombing Libya unless Gaddafi leaves
(UN says UN-backed anti-Gaddafi ‘rebels’ are new gov’t)
UN drops strange new bombs on residential Tripoli all night
UN Weapons of Mass Destruction are Instruments of Peace
(UN-head says “UN warplanes do not kill, they protect lives”)
Watch Millions of Libyan civilians rally supporting Gaddafi
(people love Gaddafi; defiant against foreign intervention)
Gaddafi willing to develop peaceful ties with Europe/UK/USA
(return to your countries/withdraw from Libya air/waters)
UN plans steal Libya $-billions & hand to UN-backed rebels
(UN-military on ground training/arming anti-Gaddafi rebels)
USA-Obama ok’s use of Predator drones in Libya
(UN warns civilians to stay away)
Proper pilotless Predator drone protocol
(raining all kinds of hell from console in basement)
Israel thanks USA for $205-million for missile-dome
(USA gives Israel $3-trillion per year for weapons)
Is UN adventure in Libya simply helping al-Qaeda?
(like what Lenin described as useful idiots)
UN warplanes in 3,000 bombing missions on Libya so far
(helping al-Qaeda terrorists attack Gaddafi gov’t)
Gaddafi accepts African Union ‘peace roadmap’
(calls on UN to cease fire & give peace a chance)
Foreign Islamic-extremist fighters behind ‘rebellion’ in Libya
(Gaddafi right: rebels are al Qaeda terrorists, not Libyan)
Canada politicians & media silent about bombing Libya
(role in UN-war not mentioned in election campaign)
Gaddafi spokesman Ibrahim a UK-loving true-believer
(no need for UN airstrikes; a crime against humanity)
UN-controlled Libyan oilfield now shipping oil to China
(UN recognizes non-Libyan terrorist ‘rebels’ as gov’t)
UN bombing creating humanitarian/environmental disaster
Since then, an arrest warrent was issued for Aischa, her brother Hannibal (who was a civilian Shipper) and her brother, Major-General SAADI. They killed her other brother Dr. Billah Moutassem after being interrogated in Misurata for 2 days with Gen.Abu Baker-Younis (after they were captured in Sirte at Dr. Billah’s professional offices), and falsified the death of their father (wherein the world was told Muammar Gaddafi was shot dead…a totally false scenario; but fed, and believed by, the entire world!).
MUAMMAR al-Qathafi remains to be the Supreme Commander of the People’s Liberation Armed Forces of the Great Jamahiriya.