The Interim Rebels Council, should come up with the TRUTH behind the Assassination of Abdul Fatah Yunis, as soon as possible, to put an END to the Rumours, and the Reputation of the Major General Yunis. There should not be any chance for the Enemies to go through the BODY of the Revolution.
طلق عليه الرصاص وأحرق: تشييع عبد الفتّاح يونس في بنغازي
Assassination took place after the Meeting with the Rebel Council
Cnn in Libya and Yunis Assassination.
Abul Fattah Yunis killed by Gunmen. Head of Rebel's Militiry
Zlitan hit by NATO
Libyan Diplomats Expelled and Rebels Representatives replaced.
بد الفتاح يونس، اعتقله الثوّار في "البريقة" فجراً بسبب إتصالاته بالقذافي
Returned to Misrata
Lawyers in the Libyan city of Misurata are attempting to build a case against the government of Muammar Gaddafi for war crimes and crimes against humanity. They have already uncovered documents that show security forces were told to starve the population of the city and target mosques. Mobile phone footage of security forces shelling a minaret appears to corroborate the documents. Al Jazeera's Hoda Abdel-Hamid reports from Misurata, Libya
Evidence against Qaddafi Troops, of war Crime
Libya is blessed with vast reservoirs of oil and water, however both need electricity to get them out of the ground. Muamar Gadaffi, Libya's longtime leader, has tried to cut access to these resources, by cutting electricity from opposition strongholds in the east of Libya. Al Jazeera's Anita McNaught reports from Jalu, Libya.
Battle for Libya
أعلنت ألمانيا اليوم الأحد أنَّها منحت المعارضة الليبية المتمثلة بالمجلس الوطني الإنتقالي "قرضاً بقيمة مئة مليون يورو (143 مليون دولار) كمساعدة مدنية وإنسانية للشعب الليبي".
ولفت وزير الخارجية الألماني غيدو فسترفيلي في بيان إلى أنَّه "بسبب الحرب التي يشنها (الزعيم الليبي) العقيد معمر القذافي ضد شعبه، الوضع في ليبيا صعب للغاية".
Qatar has sent at least 200 tonnes of aid, including medical supplies, to help Libyan opposition forces since foreign support began to arrive. The Qatari air force showed Al Jazeera a cargo plane bound for Libya containing computers, printers, rice, milk and sugar. The main cargo on the plane were a military police unit and some intelligence personnel. Also on the plane were four trucks full of wooden boxes which were clearly marked "munitions". Al Jazeera was unable to find out if they were for the Qatari security forces to use or the rebels.
المعارضة الليبية: اسرنا ضابطا برتبة كبيرة
آخر تحديث: الخميس، 21 يوليو/ تموز، 2011، 16:2
|Libyan rebels step up military campaign|
Opposition fighters say they have forced Gaddafi forces back from Brega, while southern fighters prepare for battle.
Last Modified: 21 Jul 2011 08:23
Libya's anti-government fighters are escalating an offensive against Muammar Gaddafi's forces, pushing forward in the east of the country and preparing a fresh attack from the south of the capital, Tripoli.
Opposition forces said they had chased the bulk of the Libyan leader's eastern army from the oil town of Brega and surrounded Gaddafi loyalists holed up among oil installations in the northwest of the town.
In the west, rebels said they were awaiting orders from Benghazi, the rebel stronghold in the east, to start a fresh offensive from the Nafusa Mountains southwest of the capital just days before the Muslim fasting month of Ramadan, when the hardships of desert fighting are likely to be intensified for those going without food and drink during the daytime.
Around Brega, the rebels' advance towards the town has been slowed by vast quantities of anti-personnel mines planted by retreating loyalists and the difficulties in attacking an estimated 200 Gaddafi troops fighting from positions near vital oil facilities.
On Tuesday, 24 rebel fighters died in one of their bloodiest day since the battle for Brega began almost a week ago, a rebel military source told the AFP news agency.
Many of the casualties came when troops closing on isolated Gaddafi forces were hit by a rocket attack.
Rebel military sources said some Gaddafi forces were launching rockets over Brega onto rebel positions from the town of Bishr, while most Gaddafi troops had retreated to Ras Lanuf, another oil town further west.
Libya's government has denied rebel claims that they had retaken Brega. The rebels said Gaddafi troops inside the town were largely conscripts and volunteers who were surrounded.
'Preparing for battle'
But across the Gulf of Sirte, near the rebel-held enclave of Misurata, the picture was reversed.
Rebels said seven of their fighters were killed and 13 wounded when they repulsed a fresh Gaddafi attack.
On the frontline of the western desert village Gwalish, rebels said they were ready to fight during Ramadan if necessary, even as summer temperatures reached 45 Celsius.
"We are preparing for the battle. We hope [it occurs], God willing, before Ramadan, or just after," Mokhtar Lakhdar, a rebel commander, said.
"If there is fighting during Ramadan, we will fight as usual," he said. "We will not stop until we have liberated Libya."
"During Ramadan, it will be harder but, God willing, we will not be weakened but rather be stronger," added another fighter, Shaban Aabor. "Ramadan is a good time to be a martyr."
The next rebel target is Asabah, 80km south of Tripoli and the last barrier between rebels and the garrison town of Gharyan.