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Tuesday, 28 June 2011

Libya 2806. Destination is ICC in LAHI.

The case is closed, it is too late, to bargain, the DEAL is clear. The Settlement, is that QAddaffi, 
is out of the way, of the Transition's Process, that, put Libya, on the RIGHT TRACK,
 of Freedom and Democracy. The Free people of Libya, knew what, they were looking for, 
and paid thousands of Victims, of Innocents, children, women, men old, and young people, 
to achieve the GOAL. Even, if, Qaddaffi, stayed in Libya, the New Regime, has NO choice 
but to give him up to The International Criminal Court. The Fugitives of Serbia, were at large 
for FIFTEEN years, and were rooted out from their HOLES, to be behind Bars in LAHi. 
khalouda-democracytheway

أجواء فرح تعم بنغازي بعد إصدار المحكمة الجنائية الدولية قراراً بتوقيف القذافي
الاثنين 27 حزيران 2011
لمجلس الإنتقالي الليبي" رحّب بإصدار المحكمة الجنائية الدولية قراراً بتوقيف القذافي
الاثنين 27 حزيران 2011
رحّب "المجلس الإنتقالي الليبي" على لسان رئيسه مصطفى عبد الجليل بـ"إصدار المحكمة الجنائية الدولية قراراً يقضي بتوقيف (الزعيم الليبي العقيد) معمر القذافي "، مؤكداً أنَّ "القذافي هو من أسقط الطائرة التي كانت متوجهة نحو بنغازي، وهو من لاحق الفارين من نظامه وعمل على قمعهم وتصفيتهم، وهو المحرك الأساسي لعمليات إرهابية كثيرة طاولت دولاً في العالم".
عبد الجليل، وخلال مؤتمر صحافي، أشار إلى أنّ "كل هذه الأفعال لا علاقة لها بما صدر عن المحكمة الجنائية الدولية"، مضيفاً: "نثّمن عالياً قرار العدالة الدولية وعدالة ومصداقية المدعي العام، الذي حرص على جمع الأدلة بشكل شفاف وحقوقي"، ووجه التحية "للمحكمة الجنائية الدولية"، ورأى أنّ "المحكمة بهذه القرارات إكتسبت ثقة العالم وطمأنت جميع سكان العالم على أن حقوقهم في مأمن، أمام أشخاص أمثال معمر القذافي".
وشدد عبد الجليل على أنَّ الليبيين يحتفظون في حقهم لجهة "تطوير امكانياتهم للتمكن من توقيف القذافي"، مبدياً في هذا السياق ترحيبه "بكل مساهمة ومساعدة من الأشقاء والأصدقاء لتطوير القدرات الليبي في هذا الشأن، حتى تخليص الليبيين والعالم من القذافي، وتجسيد القرارات الدولية على أرض الواقع"، ولفت إلى أنَّ "هناك نصوصاً قانونية تلاحق كل من يسهل الفرار لأي شخص مطلوب قضائياً"، وقال في السياق عينه: "نوجه هذا الكلام لكل معاوني معمر القذافي وسياسييه وعسكرييه، لأنَّ كل من يحاول مساعدته على الفرار أو الاختباء، سيطاله العقاب والملاحقة".
وختم الجليل: "أقول للجميع إن القائمة لم تنته بعد، وهذا أول الغيث، واللائحة اليوم للقذافي ونجله والسنوسي"، داعياً "العسكريين والسياسيين أنه أن الآوان للتخلي عنه نجاة بأنفسهم، وتخلياً عن مطلوب قضائياً لدى العدالة الدولية".
ساركوزي: آن الأوان ليرحل القذافي ويترك الشعب الليبي يقرر مستقبله
الاثنين 27 حزيران 2011
المحكمة الجنائية الدولية تصدر قراراً بتوقيف القذافي ونجله سيف الإسلام والسنوسي
الاثنين 27 حزيران2011

Colonel Gaddafi In Tripoli School Visit On State TV


Warrant to Arrest Qaddaffi


Qaddaffi Women's Army

African Union Peace Resolution..



أوكامبو: جرائم الحرب في ليبيا لن تتوقف إلا إذا اعتقل القذافي
الاحد 26 حزيران 2011
"الإتحاد الأفريقي" رحب بقبول القذافي "ألا يكون جزءاً من عملية التفاوض"
الاحد 26 حزيران 201




أعلن الإتحاد الأفريقي أنَّ "الزعيم الليبي معمر القذافي لن يكون جزءاً من عملية تفاوض يقودها الإتحاد من أجل إحلال السلام في ليبيا"، معلناً في بيان عقب إجتماع لجنة أفريقية خاصة بالأوضاع في ليبيا، عن "الترحيب بقبول العقيد القذافي ألا يكون جزءًا من عملية التفاوض".
معارك بالأسلحة الثقيلة على بعد 50 كلم جنوب طرابلس
الاحد 26 حزيران 2011


أفاد مراسل وكالة فرانس برس ان معارك بالأسلحة الثقيلة كانت تجري صباح اليوم في السهل الممتد بين جبال البربر التي يسيطر عليها الثوار وطرابلس معقل النظام الواقعة على بعد نحو خمسين كلم من ذلك الموقع.
وقال المراسل ان قصفا عنيفا بصواريخ غراد واطلاق نار كثيفا بالاسلحة الرشاشة الثقيلة سمع من يفرن على بعد 15 كلم شمالا.

وافاد احد رجال الاسعاف انه تم نقل جريح من الجبهة الى مستشفى يفرن "فيما ينتظر آخرون في السهل".
وقال الثوار ان المعارك تجري في بئر الغانم شمال بئر عياد الواقعة على طريق العاصمة ويسيطر عليها الثوار منذ ثلاثة اسابيع.
ووسع الثوار سيطرتهم على جبال البربر عبر استيلائهم الاسبوع الماضي على المنطقة بين الزنتان ويفرن على بعد 80 كلم جنوب طرابلس.
وفي نهاية نيسان شن حلف شمال الاطلسي غارات على منطقة بئر الغانم.

Tajoura Libya

African Union meets to map road to peace in Libya

By the CNN Wire Staff
June 26, 2011 -- Updated 0449 GMT (1249 HKT)
Rebels in Defniya, their timings according to NATO strikes.
NATO provides safe passage to Libyan gun runners
Published 25 June 2011 15:21 302 Views
Since the Libyan uprising began in February, revolutionary forces have been in desperate need of weapons.   An international arms embargo bans imports into the country. But gun runners are finding ways to get supplies to the front line. Al Jazeera's Sue Turton reports from Misrata on how the rebels are getting around the ban

Equipments to Rebels
US politicians see-saw on Libya fight
Published 25 June 2011 00:35 454 Views
Members of the US House of Represenatives were given the opportunity to defund the American military effort in Libya or give it their blessing, and on Friday, they did neither. Angry over not being consulted by President Barack Obama before he launched the US air war in Libya in March, lawmakers strongly rejected a bill that would have authorised the operation. Seventy members of Obama's Democratic party joined Republicans in the vote. But the House sent a mixed message by also rejecting another bill that would have defunded the military strike aspects of the Libya operation. With Obama arguing th

American Senates and Libya
Fragile peace in Misurata
Published 24 June 2011 08:19 307 Views
The city of Misurata, in western Libya, was the focal point of the conflict between pro- and anti-government forces just weeks ago, but a fragile peace has now descended. As citizens attempt to get back to their routine, however, the conflict remains ever at their doorstep, with Grad rocket attacks from pro-government forces on certain neighbourhoods still occuring regularly. Al Jazeera's Tony Birtley reports from Misurata, Libya

Misruta Today




القذافي يتعهد بمواصلة القتال وكلينتون تتحدث عن تقدم للمعارضةIn the attack, five houses were hit in Surman, which is west of Tripoli, and 15 people died, including three children, according to a government spokesman. NATO has said the target was a command-and-control communications node involved in coordinating attacks on the Libyan people.
"You will be responsible for any outcome," Gadhafi said, "and you will regret it."
To Obama, he said: "Originally, you're from Africa and originally Arab as well," he said. "You sold out to America. Where will you go? On Judgment Day, you will be in hell. Our dead will be in heaven, and your dead will be in hell. You ought to feel ashamed.
If  Obama, should go to Hell, related to the Victims of Tripoli, we wonder, where Qaddafi, should GO, related to the Mass killings and Rapes of his OWN People, for the  last Four months.

آخر تحديث:  الخميس، 23 يونيو/ حزيران، 2011، 03:08 GMT

بعد غارة جوية للناتو
NATO Attacks killed Citizens
Battle for Libya: How Misurata shaped young Gaddafi
Published 22 June 2011 06:23 1368 Views
The city which helped propel him into power is now a thorn in Libyan leader's side. Fifty years ago a young Muammar Gaddafi was welcomed into the city of Misurata which became an important part of his life. The Libyan leader was educated in the city which played a leading role in the coup d'etat which brought Gaddafi to power. But now Libya's third-largest city is a thorn in Gaddafi's side, remaining steadfastly in the hands of anti-government rebels. Al Jazeera's Tony Birtley reports on Gaddafi's legacy in the city that has become a key 

Qaddaffi Years

Gaddafi vows to resist NATO strikes
Libyan leader brands NATO "murderers" after civilian casualties lead Italy and the Arab League to press for ceasefire.
Last Modified: 22 Jun 2011 15:27
NATO acknowledged on Sunday that an air strike in Tripoli had killed several civilians [Reuters]
Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi has accused NATO of murder and said his regime has its "back to the wall", three days after a NATO air strike on a house in Tripoli killed civilians.
"We will resist and the battle will continue to the beyond, until you're wiped out. But we will not be finished," Gaddafi said in an audio tape broadcast on state television on Wednesday night.
"You said, 'we hit our targets with precision', you murderers ... One day we will respond to you likewise and your homes will be legitimate targets."
Gaddafi, who referred to the June 19 strike specifically, called the NATO campaign a "crusade" against a Muslim country.
"We will stay, we will resist and we will not give in. Strike with your missiles, two, three, 10 or 100 years," he said.
US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said there was no doubt that Gaddafi's men had "their backs against the wall."
Clinton said Libya's opposition was making very clear progress on the ground in Libya.
Civilian deaths have raised serious misgivings about the UN-authorised NATO intervention in Libya among the most ardent supporters of the ongoing air campaign.

Italy's foreign minister and the outgoing head of the Arab League have each called for a halt to hostilities in the war-torn North African country.
Franco Frattini told members of parliament on Wednesday that the suspension of military operations in Libya was "essential" for immediate humanitarian aid, while Amr Moussa, the Arab League chief, called for a political solution to the crisis.
France expressed a different view, saying the military operations should be "intensified".
"Any pause in operations would risk allowing him to play for time and to reorganise. In the end, it would be the civilian population that would suffer from the smallest sign of weakness on our behalf," Bernard Valero, a French foreign ministry spokesman, said.

'Strikes to continue'
On Wednesday night, NATO warplanes were believed to be bombing a government ammunition depot near the city of Zintan, according to Al Jazeera's James Bays, reporting from a vantage point dozens of kilometres from the front line.
Explosions could be heard every 30 to 40 seconds, he said.
"Everyone talks about stalemate in Libya, but actually quietly there's been some very steady progress here in the Nafousa Mountains in the western part of Libya," he said.
"Here, the opposition has very slowly pressed forward, they've taken villages, they've taken towns ... it appears that NATO realises that."

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Anders Fogh Rasmussen, the NATO chief, said on Wednesday that the alliance would continue its operations in Libya.

"NATO will continue this mission because if we stop, countless more civilians could lose their lives," Rasmussen said in a video statement on the NATO website.
Rasmussen also addressed charges that NATO caused civilian deaths in recent air raids.
"Since the start of this mission we have conducted over 5,000 strikes sorties, and as our record shows we have taken utmost care to minimise the risk of civilian casualties and we continue to do that every day and every hour," he said.
"I deeply regret any loss of life in this conflict."
Moussa's 'misgivings'
In an interview to Britain's Guardian newspaper published on Tuesday, Moussa, the outgoing head of the Arab League, said the time was ripe for a political solution in Libyan.

The Egyptian diplomat, who played a central role in securing Arab support for NATO air strikes, also voiced reservations about the bombing campaign after seeing civilian casualties.
"When I see children being killed, I must have misgivings. That's why I warned about the risk of civilian casualties," Moussa said.
Moussa said the military campaign would not produce a breakthrough. "You can't have a decisive ending. Now is the time to do whatever we can to reach a political solution," he said.
"That has to start with a genuine ceasefire under international supervision. Until the ceasefire, Gaddafi would remain in office ... Then there would be a move to a transitional period … to reach an understanding about the future of Libya."
Asked whether that meant a halt to the NATO air raids, he said: "A ceasefire is a ceasefire."
Moussa's sentiment was shared by the Italian foreign minister, who called for urgent humanitarian aid to be delivered to trapped residents in cities like Tripoli and Misurata.
He said the people in those areas faced a "dramatic" humanitarian situation and added that a suspension of hostilities would also avoid "consolidating a division of Libya" between east and west.

He said he hoped the European Council in Brussels on Thursday would highlight an end to the fighting in Libya as "a practical solution".
Frattini warned earlier this week that NATO's accidental killing of civilians in an air strike was endangering the alliance's credibility in the eyes of the world.
"With regard to NATO, it is fair to ask for increasingly detailed information on results as well as precise guidelines on the dramatic errors involving civilians," he said.
"This is clearly not part of NATO's mission."
Libya is a former Italian colony and Silvio Berlusconi's government had enjoyed close ties with the government of Gaddafi.
Italy was initially cautious in its reaction to the crackdown by the Libyan leader but has since played a key role in the NATO-led military operation by offering the use of its air bases to conduct air raids.
NATO launched its air campaign in Libya to protect civilians from a brutal crackdown launched by Gaddafi's regime in response to an uprising against his four-decades long rule.


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