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Trakākais visā tajā ir tas fakts, ka faktiski visa pasaule izliekas visus šos nesmukumus neredzam... :( Jo tas taču ir klajš starptautisko tiesību pārkāpums, pie kam - ne vienīgais visā šajā stāstā... :(

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9K116 raksta:Trakākais visā tajā ir tas fakts, ka faktiski visa pasaule izliekas visus šos nesmukumus neredzam... :( Jo tas taču ir klajš starptautisko tiesību pārkāpums, pie kam - ne vienīgais visā šajā stāstā... :(
Es tev nepiekritīšu, pat uz pusi nav tik briesmīgi, kā Irākā. Pasaules imperiālisti ir uzlabojuši savu tehniku, bet tas nemaina kolonizācijas raksturu . :)
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Nelasītas ziņa tas_pats_lv » 27 Okt 2011 20:52

http://www.dnaindia.com/world/report_ga ... to_1603798
Gaddafi's family to sue NATO
Published: Wednesday, Oct 26, 2011, 19:22 IST
Place: Paris | Agency: IANS

Relatives of slain Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi will sue NATO in the International Military Court in The Hague for war crime charges, Gaddafi's family lawyer said.

"NATO helicopters opened fire on (Gaddafi's) convoy. This convoy did not pose any threat to civilians. It was an operation to eliminate the Libyan leader, planned by the North Atlantic alliance," Marcel Ceccaldi was quoted as saying by France-based Europe1 radio station. The lawyer also criticized the decision to display Gaddafi's corpse at a shopping centre in Misrata for four days.

Gaddafi, who ruled Libya for 42 years, died shortly after being captured alive by National Transitional Council fighters near his hometown Sirte Oct 20. The UN human rights office as well as Russia and the US have called for a probe into the leader's killing.

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Nelasītas ziņa tas_pats_lv » 27 Okt 2011 22:17

http://www.reuters.com/article/2011/10/ ... EC20111027
U.N. ends mandate for NATO operations in Libya

By Louis Charbonneau
UNITED NATIONS | Thu Oct 27, 2011 3:30pm EDT

UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) - The U.N. Security Council on Thursday canceled its authorization for a seven-month-old NATO military operation in Libya that led to the ouster and death of Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi.
The mandate was terminated despite a request from Libya's interim government for the Security Council to wait until the National Transitional Council made a decision on whether it wants NATO to help it secure its borders.
The 15-nation council unanimously approved a resolution terminating the U.N. mandate, which set the no-fly zone over Libya and permitted foreign military forces, including NATO, to use "all necessary measures" to protect Libyan civilians.

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Nelasītas ziņa tas_pats_lv » 28 Okt 2011 13:31

http://aangirfan.blogspot.com/2011/10/g ... illed.html
Ali Majid Al Andalus was an inhabitant of Sirte and was famous for his resemblance to Gaddafi.
The man in the photo with the bullet hole in the head was not Muammar al Gaddafi, but his double.
Šie stāsti jau bija Irākā. Un patiesībā viens dievs zin, vai pakārtais Huseins bija Huseins. :) Bet tās visas ir "sazvērnieku teorijas".

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Nelasītas ziņa tas_pats_lv » 31 Okt 2011 01:59

Libya insists Saif al-Islam Gaddafi should be tried at home
NTC says that the International Criminal Court should not be allowed to try Saif Gaddafi for his role in Libya's civil war
* Martin Chulov in Tripoli
* guardian.co.uk, Saturday 29 October 2011 20.40 BST

The seven-month air blockade will be lifted on Tuesday, meaning that Gaddafi, who is believed to be in the south, may no longer have to fear the Nato jets that attacked a convoy carrying his father, as he attempted to flee from Sirte.

A convoy carrying Saif was also hit by an airstrike as it began its journey south on 19 October from the desert town of Bani Walid, which he had used as a hideout since shortly after the fall of the capital. "We knew he was there, and we knew Motassim [his brother] was in Sirte," said Bani. "We intercepted a telephone call between them, and after that Saif went south." Since then, the ICC says that a go-between has been in contact, sounding out the court about Gaddafi handing himself in to face an indictment issued against him in June, which alleges that he incited people to murder during the eight-month civil war.

Meanwhile, at the scene of the initial February uprising, the courthouse on Benghazi's foreshore, a black flag identical to that used by al-Qaida was recently raised next to the new Libyan flag. It continued to fly on Saturday, despite the concerns of some residents.

Bani said that he has seen reports of the flag, which represents a claim by fundamentalist Islamists for a stake in post-Gaddafi Libya. He declined to comment ,saying a response should come from the civilian leadership. In his last interview before the fall of Tripoli, Saif Gaddafi had suggested that radical Islamists would vie for a prominent role in the absence of strongman ruler. However, he had also suggested that he had won the support of Islamic rebels from eastern Libya, whom the Gaddafi regime had viewed as subversive threats through much of its 42 years in power. Those claims of Saif Gaddafi now seem tenuous, with Islamists throughout Libya determined to capture the remnants of the Gaddafi regime before they can flee, or are extradited to face the ICC. "He is the last main piece of all of this," said Ibrahim Beit al-Mal, the commander of the Misrata military council. "But where he is, is a mystery. After Bani Walid he vanished."

Without Nato air cover, intercepting the fugitive's convoy in southern Libya would be extremely difficult for Libyan forces. What remains of Colonel Gaddafi's air force is not known, and, in any event, the porous border with Niger could serve as a sanctuary if Saif Gaddafi is able to secure the support of the Tuareg tribes, which had been supported by his father for several generations.
http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2011/oc ... fi-justice

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Nelasītas ziņa tas_pats_lv » 01 Nov 2011 23:21

Atradu ļoti interesantu vietni:
http://www.livestream.com/tvnewslybya

Tā izskatās pēc Lībijas televīzijas
LJBC TV LIBYA STAT TV NEWS
Libya Jamahiriya Broadcasting Corporation (LJBC, or Libyan state television) was the state run broadcasting organization in Libya. It distributed news in coordination with the Jamahiriya News Agency in accordance with state laws controlling Libya media. Stations ran by the LJBC include: LJBC Jamahiriya TV - the official state television channel with news and entertainment. LJBC Radio 103.4 Mhz - official state radio. Al Madina TV - an entertainment channelOn 22 August 2011, the organization

Libya Jamahiriya Broadcasting Corporation (LJBC, or Libyan state television) was the state run broadcasting organization in Libya. It distributed news in coordination with the Jamahiriya News Agency in accordance with state laws controlling Libya media. Stations ran by the LJBC include: LJBC Jamahiriya TV - the official state television channel with news and entertainment. LJBC Radio 103.4 Mhz - official state radio. Al Madina TV - an entertainment channelOn 22 August 2011, the organization

Visu ļoti antižīdiska (visā tiek vainoti žīdi) noskaņa, pa daļai arābiski īsti pat neko nevar saprast :) Bet kopumā Saif al Izlami Kadafi esot paziņojis, par cīņas turpināšanu. :)
Bez klasikā iemesla kāpēc esot okupēta Lībija, tika okupēta dēļ apūdeņošanas sistēmas, kas esot Lībijai vienīgai visos Āfrikas ziemeļos.
Tagad raida kaut kādus atkārtojumus par "Miera flotes" došanos uz Palestīnu, kā Aljazera par to ziņoja. :)


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Nelasītas ziņa tas_pats_lv » 11 Dec 2011 17:06

Libya: Tripoli airport closed after rogue militia attacks garrison
http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2011/de ... rt-militia
Fierce fighting closed Tripoli international airport on Saturday night as rival militias battled for control of the facility in the latest upsurge of violence in Libya's volatile capital.
Hours after Libya's president, Mustafa Abdul Jalil, made a plea for all sides to work for reconciliation, unidentified militia attacked the airport garrison.
Television footage showed exchanges of fire at the perimeter of the airport, which is held by militia from the town of Zintan, 90 miles south of the capital, under the control of defence minister Osama Jweli.
A camera crew from al-Jazeera reported they were assaulted by gunmen close to the scene of the fighting. Hours later Tripoli airport was shut and Libya closed airspace over the capital amid fears that three pickup trucks mounting anti-aircraft guns, stolen by militia fighters, could be used to target incoming airliners.
In a separate incident, the commander-in-chief of the Libyan national army, Major General Khalifa Belgasim Haftar, was ambushed by gunmen who set up a checkpoint in the capital and attacked his convoy. Haftar's spokesman said the general's jeep managed to escape and two militiamen were later arrested.

One security source blamed the violence on the introduction of numerous private militias, recruited by local businessmen from among unemployed young men in a city littered with weapons, and deployed to protect shops and businesses.
Jalil made his plea for calm at a National Reconciliation Conference held in Tripoli, his call echoed by one of the world's most influential Islamic clerics, Yusuf al-Qaradawi.
Al-Qaradawi, an Egyptian trustee of the Oxford University Centre for Islamic Studies, urged former rebels and forces loyal to the late dictator, Muammar Gaddafi, to come together: "We want people reconciling, we don't want people full of hatred. Let somebody lead you."

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