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Tuesday, May 10, 2011

The Battle for Labraq Airport: Said's Story

May 10

After the city of al Baida was liberated from Gaddafi's hated grip, Matthias Gebauer, a writer for German paper Der Spiegel, spoke with one protester in his hospital bed. Named Said, he had been badly injured at the very start of a battle for the local airport, of February 18. The city had been in turmoil since Wednesday the 15th, with police stations torched and reports of massacres of civilians off the bat. Somehow the whole city was quickly overwhelmed, with some security forces defecting to the rebels, others fleeing, or being killed or captured, or captured then killed

Said explained how on the fourth day of this, February 18th, rumors spread of reinforcements - about 400 foreign African mercenaries being flown in to mow them down. With the city apparently under control enough, hundreds of citizens rushed to the airport to meet the Chadians, he said. 

By the map at the left, we can see they didn't likely walk, but it wasn't far either - about ten miles down Msah rode - to al-Baida or Labraq airport. The Spiegel report and other sources confirm plenty of physical evidence of a fierce fight there, one that reportedly ran for at least two days. 

But for the moment, our focus is on Said, who only saw the first part of it.  He was shot in the legs on the first wave and went own as they tried to storm the place. One leg was perhaps beyond saving, it was reported, but even of his feet, he used his phone to stay mentally involved in the airport battle. 
Over and over, he called acquaintances for news of the fight, which could easily be heard in the city five kilometers away. Said learned that the mercenaries continued firing on the demonstrators from the terminal building, even using heavy weaponry against the poorly armed insurgents.
It's a bit further than five kilometers. That's some heavy weaponry to thud like that. It could be. 

The main thing about Said is this friend of his, Farj, aged 23, who had just died in a Tripoli hospital. As if witnessing it all first-hand, Gebauer says "when Said learns of his friend's death, he becomes enraged. "This regime killed my friend," he yells. "They murdered him in the hospital."" That's quite a bit of news to happen to pass on right when the reporter is there.

We learn that the demise of Farj was passed on via his father, who learned by phone from a relative with contacts in Tripoli. It was convincing enough for him. "He was still young," he said. "But he died for the right cause. He is a martyr for freedom." 

As for how the two pals wound up injured or dead and so far apart, the report explains:
On Friday one week ago, the two were taking part in a protest in Bayda with 23 other friends when they heard a disturbing rumor making the rounds. A giant Ilyushin transport plane had landed at the airport carrying 400 African mercenaries [actually Libyans from Sabah]. The demonstrators knew immediately [Twitter rumors] what the mercenaries' mission was [...] crush the protests, if necessary by firing indiscriminately into the masses. Said and Farj rushed to the airport.
It's hard to believe, but in the short drive to the airport, no one thought to go back and get the few guns some of them were bound to have, and so they arrived for the fight "armed only with wooden clubs and steel rods." Not a good start, and "the mercenaries opened fire with their machine guns," an obvious escalation relative to wood and metal implements. 

This is where Said went down, and from the ground he saw Farj captured: "They shot him in the leg and dragged him into the terminal," he said. "Since then," Gebauer was told, and repeated. "Farj and the rest of Said's friends have been missing."  "Said assumes that they were taken to Tripoli by airplane," based on no sign afterwards, and apparently one plane escaping (?) with wounded protesters (but leaving behind a couple hundred "mercenaries" to be captured). It is thus interpolated that "Said was the only one of his [25] friends who survived the battle for the airport," by managing to not be dragged off to Tripoli like the other 24.  Gebauer continues: 
The phone call from Tripoli finally provided Said with certainty about the fate of his friend Farj. But he is consumed by a new suspicion. Doctors from clinics in the capital have called rebels in Bayda with disturbing news. Units of Gadhafi loyalists, Said said the doctors reported, are gathering up injured Gadhafi opponents so that they are unable to report on the regime's brutality. Said is certain that one of those units killed his friend.
"You don't die from a bullet in the leg," he says. "After all, I'm not dead."
That's quite some detective work. "Said said the doctor reported" that units were storming hospitals for wounded protesters they had put there after bringing them to Tripoli to be killed. This had the benefit of adding some witnesses in the hospital staff, who could tip off sleuths like Farj's friend and his dad. 

Any single part of this story is possible enough, but taken as a whole, Said's account clearly has some issues. He's not unique that way among our news sources in the rebel camp. They just don't often get scrutinized enough.  

156 comments:

  1. 16 february 2011
    More than 100 members of a banned Islamist militant group were freed from Abu Salim on Wednesday. It is not clear if the Benghazi clashes and the release of the inmates were connected.

    Libyan authorities released on Wednesday evening February 16
    110 prisoners of the Libyan Fighting Group , including senior figures ,
    one of them the brother of prominent member of al-Qaeda. Abdel Wahab Mohammed,
    a brother of Abi Yahya al-Libi , Muftah Mabrouk Duwadi and Mustafa Gueniiv

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    http://www.nybooks.com/blogs/nyrblog/2011/mar/08/zero-hour-benghazi/
    Paradoxically, the killing designed to liquidate Qaddafi’s opposition may turn out to be a cause of his demise.

    In mid-December 2010, Busalim survivors set a date for February 17, 2011,
    to coincide with the fifth anniversary of an earlier Benghazi protest the authorities had suppressed, and they gained inspiration from the Tunisian and Egyptian uprisings.
    In fact, they were pre-empted by fourteen lawyers protesting on February 15, two days before the planned rally, against the detention of a fellow lawyer, Fathi Turbil, who represented families of the Busalim victims seeking the return of their bodies.

    Seizing the moment, Mohammed Bu Sidra and other preachers issued fatwas declaring nonparticipation in street protests a sin.

    Under pressure from their young members, local tribal sheiks echoed the call,
    declaring that anyone who suppressed the protests would lose tribal protection.
    Army commanders in the east defected en masse.

    http://libyancivilwar.blogspot.com/2011/04/nouri-al-mesmari-and-paris.html

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  2. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wtreQIi3Q60
    (2/15) – shooting @ 0.42 -@ 1.12 / @ 1.18-@ 1.24 at green protestors @ 1.14 -@ 1.18 -@ 1.20


    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Kfqrt_RLIw&feature=BFa&list=ULNmeYMi8I_70
    shooting at green supporters @ 1.15
    17 -02- 2011 - Police Fires Shots at Protesters, 14 Killed.



    17 february 2011

    Thousands of pro-Gadhafi loyalists spent the night camping in tents in the main sports stadium in Benghazi, said Mr. Alghazwani,of the opposition group.

    http://wikimapia.org/15307729/Benghazi-Sports-City-Al-Madinah-Ar-Riyadiyyah

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    1. How to get gelateen?

      http://forum.prisonplanet.com/index.php?topic=211018.0;wap2

      There were armed attacks on police stations (even traffic police) and vicious attacks on Chinese and Korea construction workers already two days before,
      and during the anniversary of the Danish Cartoons or "day of rage,

      The protest was started by families of 14 people killed at a 2006 Islamist rally in Benghazi, Libya's second city, who gathered outside the police post to demand the release of their lawyer Fethi Tarbel, online news portal Al-Manara said.

      http://weekly.ahram.org.eg/2011/1035/re172.htm

      Feb 16, 2011, 07:25 AM GMT Libya update: Protesters in Benghazi hurled Molotov cocktails at police and government supporters; 14 injured - Quryna newspaper via Reuters

      Website Libya Al-Youm said police used "force" to disperse a crowd gathered outside a police post in Benghazi
      while the BBC quoted witnesses as saying stones were thrown at police who responded with tear gas, water cannons and rubber bullets.


      At least 14 people were killed
      http://photouploads.com/?v=askaryhuh.jpg
      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oObXH3TD4WQ&feature=related

      and hundreds injured on Thursday in clashes between protesters
      and security forces as protests spread throughout Libya,
      the opposition news website Libya Al-Youm reported.

      http://wireupdate.com/local/14-killed-in-libyan-clashes-opposition-says/

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      Rebellion: A still image from a video taken about a week ago that has just surfaced showing protesters in Benghazi destroying a car [with 2 people inside]

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oJJ2LeVdA6I&bpctr=1400679077



      http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2011/02/24/article-0-0D584B3F000005DC-50_634x394.jpg

      http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1360457/Libya-Inside-Benghazi-court-Gaddafis-mercenaries.html

      George Suchomel, a Canadian from Collingwood, Ontario, who works for the German construction company Arcadis, said his company’s offices and lodgings were raided and cars and electronic equipment were looted.

      Mr. Suchomel, who was evacuated by a Turkish ship, provided the Associated Press with a video which he said was given to him by militiamen in Benghazi to smuggle out.

      It showed the aftermath of a scene in which a military tank seems to have run over a red car with some people still trapped inside and others running around frantically and shouting.
      http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2011/feb/24/4500-chinese-escape-libya-sea-americans-stuck/?page=all




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    2. Rebellion: A still image from a video taken about a week ago that has just surfaced showing protesters in Benghazi destroying a car [with 2 people inside]


      Examples of cases of indiscriminate killing, by the ousted regime of countless unarmed civilians , and one of the examples that attest to this, in this manner, and broadcast by the international media on its satellite channels,
      was the scene of a tank belonging to the camp of milkfish
      ran over two people in their car on the nineteenth of February
      http://libya-al-mostakbal.org/archive/author/3603

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    3. http://s7.directupload.net/images/140722/lcpvy4r7.jpg
      Nepal man @ left top of pic Victim traffic accident in Nepal 2010

      A Benghazi cleric, Abellah al-Warfali, said he had a list of 16 people who had been killed, most with bullet wounds to the head and chest. "I saw with my own eyes a tank crushing two people in a car," he said. "They didn't do any harm to anyone." 20 Feb 2011
      http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/africaandindianocean/libya/8335934/Libya-protests-140-massacred-as-Gaddafi-sends-in-snipers-to-crush-dissent.html

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    4. Benghazi 2011/2/18


      This morning witnesses said members of a Libyan army unit had defected and "liberated" Benghazi from Mr Gaddafi's forces.

      Two residents of Benghazi told Reuters members of the army's "Thunderbolt" squad had switched sides after days of violence.

      "They are now saying that they have overpowered the Praetorian Guard
      and that they have joined the people's revolt,"
      lawyer Mohamed Al-Mana said by telephone.

      Libyan-Australian Mohammed told ABC Radio he spoke to his cousin,
      a doctor in one of Benghazi's main hospitals, last night.

      "He told me last night it's more than 280 people killed
      and more than 500 people injured
      http://www.abc.net.au/news/stories/2...?section=world





      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NtV9xlxb2JM&feature=channel

      Doctors At Al-Jalaa. Hospital

      http://s7.directupload.net/images/140722/dxc7z8ap.jpg

      18 feb 2011 , friday, Meanwhile, the paper said that a group of protesters
      killed the managing director of AL-Galaa hospital in downtown Benghazi

      https://twitter.com/occupiedlibya
      Occupied Libya @occupiedlibya  ·  20 Feb 2011
      Pockets of goverment thugs remain in the Military Hospital of Benghazi yet Goverment Honchos Ahmed Mahmoud and Abdallah Younis have caved in





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    5. http://libyancivilwar.blogspot.com/2011/07/hospital-brutality-disturbing.html

      One more quick sword attack I missed at first, just as he's pulled through the door into the parking lot.

      It looks like a forcefully placed blow

      by a kid in a dark sweater,

      probably to the left upper arm or shoulder.


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    6. http://www.feb17images.com/32-martyrs-shahat

      @0.19 (( boy )) Fawzi Mabrouk Elhasy 10 years old.Bayda
      الطفلة اينة فوزي مبروك الحاسي وعمرها 10 سنوات.

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      ( ( girl ) ) .rouqia fawzi mabrouk رقية فوزي المبروك (( طفلة )).


      Rochya Fawzy Al-Mabrouk doesn’t live here anymore, in this fifth storey apartment.
      A few photographs of the boys have been left behind but none of Rochya.

      The only image in circulation of the girl — and hideous it is — is post-mortem,
      contained in a human rights dossier in Benghazi.
      Her family has left, too, decamped for nearby Darna.
      http://www.thestar.com/news/world/2011/04/08/dimanno_shahats_citizens_may_take_secret_to_their_grave.html


      Colonel "," Hamid Elhasy "" Despite his young age, but it is a statement of dissent at the base of Gamal Abdel Nasser,
      http://www.libyanyouths.com/vb/t136646.html

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    7. http://s7.directupload.net/images/140720/d2cuqj5k.jpg

      Adel Hassi Commander Khatiba Brigade

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    8. Three internal security stations in Benghazi alone were reportedly burnt on the 16th,
      http://libyancivilwar.blogspot.com/2011/08/gaddafi-burning-soldiers-alive-really.html

      124. One man who spoke with the Commission
      related that he had been arrested
      by members of the Public Security Agency and Internal Security Agency
      in Benghazi on 17 February
      and taken to the Benghazi police station.

      At that point, he and the other 26 persons arrested were all beaten
      by security personnel. Clubs and rifles were used to inflict the beating.

      About 15 minutes after the beating finished, the group were transported to the
      Internal Security Agency premises in Sidi Jaber, in central Benghazi,
      where they were tortured with electricity shocks on their sexual organs.

      The man also reported seeing the
      ISA forcibly removing the nails and teeth of another detainee.

      http://www2.ohchr.org/english/bodies/hrcouncil/docs/17session/A.HRC.17.44_AUV.pdf

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  3. Benghazi 2011/2/17 police changing sides
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LjkMxfoguhc
    @0.17
    http://photouploads.com/?v=askarygog.jpg

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    19/02/2011

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hg0r5TdMv1w
    @ 1.46

    http://photouploads.com/?v=askarydld.jpg



    The security chief in the eastern Libyan city of Benghazi announced his resignation on Thursday, voicing his support for the opposition to head of state Muammar Gaddafi in a video aired by Al Arabiya TV.

    "I am Brigadier Ali Huwaidi, the director of Benghazi's security popular committee. I tendered my resignation and I am ready to stand behind the youth," he said in the video.

    http://libyancivilwar.blogspot.com/2011/10/military-defected-really.html

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    1. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zRdBkkbVkOQ&feature=related

      I am ready to stand behind the youth,"

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    2. http://www.alarabiya.net/articles/2011/02/25/139161.html

      Howedi told Reuters in the morgue where there were many charred bodies.

      "They burned those men, when people got to the (army base) they found they had been tied up and burned alive because they had refused to fight," he said.

      Troops remaining in Benghazi had been ordered not to return fire,
      http://zeroanthropology.net/2013/10/05/book-review-global-nato-and-the-catastrophic-failure-in-libya-lessons-for-africa-in-the-forging-of-african-unity-by-horace-campbell/


      http://www.nytimes.com/2011/02/22/world/africa/22libya.html

      Published: February 21, 2011 A brigade of more than a thousand other members of the security forces
      were concentrated a few miles from the courthouse in a barracks in the neighborhood of Berqa.

      Within hours, several protesters said, they had taken control of the army barracks as well
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      @Cyrenaican: General Suleiman al'Abaidi
      protesting with the people in Benghazi #Libya #Feb17
      Members of an army unit known as the "Thunderbolt" squad

      had come to the hospital,..they have overpowered the Praetorian Guard. Fri Feb 18, 2011
      http://libyancivilwar.blogspot.com/2011/10/al-baida-massacre-iii-three-killings-in.html

      In Benghazi, Habib al-Obaidi,
      head of the intensive care unit at the main Al-Jalae hospital,
      said the bodies of 50 people, mostly killed by gunshots, were brought there on Sunday afternoon. The deaths came after scores were killed on Saturday.

      After initially letting slip that the earliest Libyan protests were organized by the LIFG,
      Al Jazeera quickly changed its line to present a heavily filtered account portraying the events as ‘peaceful protests'.
      To explain away the gunshot deaths of Libyan soldiers during the uprising,
      the Qatar-based network presented

      a bizarre scenario of 150 dead soldiers in Libya
      having been executed by their officers for ‘refusing to fight'.

      The mysterious officers then miraculously vacated their base disappearing into thin air while surrounded by angry protesters!
      Off the record, one American intelligence analyst called these media claims an ‘absurdity' and suggested instead the obvious: that the soldiers were gunned down in an armed assault by war-hardened returned militants from Iraq and Afghanistan....
      http://www.globalresearch.ca/who-are-the-libyan-freedom-fighters-and-their-patrons/23947


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    3. @Cyrenaican: General Suleiman al'Abaidi
      protesting with the people in Benghazi #Libya #Feb17
      Members of an army unit known as the "Thunderbolt" squad


      At the helm is General Suleiman Mahmoud, a former army loyalist who defected to the opposition after seeing the carnage wrought by Col Gaddafi's forces in Benghazi.

      "The people are running this city, and the army is with the people right now,"
      Colonel Rashid al-Seinini, a senior army officer in Tobruk, told reporters.www.independent.co.uk
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      Qatari Abdul Hadi Saleh Al-Rashidi.
      http://photouploads.com/?v=gulfmonarc.jpg

      Mass defections and territorial gains by anti-regime protesters have left the regime teetering. Colonel Ahmed Ashur Eshbis, a former intelligence officer, joined the opposition two days ago.
      http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/africa/libyan-colonel-the-people-are-running-the-city-and-the-army-is-with-the-people-2225170.html

      battalion Tobruk Almgehvlh (Tobruk) Ashour

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      http://felixfeatures.photoshelter.com/image?&_bqG=36&_bqH=eJyLd_T38PIorqhwT0qNci7OSc5Oc7Escjf09jWwMjOxMjUwsDI0AAIrz3iXYGfbkvykotJsNTAn3tHPxbYEyA4Ndg2K93SxDQUprDAMzEty9o8qMw5Ui3d0DrEtTk0sSs4AAITJH94-&GI_ID=

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IQrHtsvkjDU
      destroy gadafi green book in tobrukUploaded on Feb 17, 2011


      http://felixfeatures.photoshelter.com/image?_bqG=60&_bqH=eJyLd_T38PIorqhwT0qNci7OSc5Oc7Escjf09jWwMjOxMjWwMjQAAivPeJdgZ9uS_KSi0mw1MCfe0c_FtgTIDg12DYr3dLENBSmsMAzMS3L2jyozDlSLd3QOsS1OTSxKzgAAbRwfrg--I_IDI0000Mr479GlKQMk

      Portrait of Atia El Mansouri (67), assistant to the Minister of Defence of the temporary government of the revolution.

      http://felixfeatures.photoshelter.com/image?_bqG=42&_bqH=eJyLd_T38PIorqhwT0qNci7OSc5Oc7Escjf09jWwMjOxMjWwMjQAAivPeJdgZ9uS_KSi0mw1MCfe0c_FtgTIDg12DYr3dLENBSmsMAzMS3L2jyozDlSLd3QOsS1OTSxKzgAAbRwfrg--I_IDI0000oA6D8m_ps.o

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      Mustafa Abdul Jalil (centre), the chairman of the Interim Transitional National Council and Omar al-Hariri (right) the Minister of Defence

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      http://felixfeatures.photoshelter.com/image?_bqG=30&_bqH=eJyLd_T38PIorqhwT0qNci7OSc5Oc7Escjf09jWwMjOxMjWwMjQAAivPeJdgZ9uS_KSi0mw1MCfe0c_FtgTIDg12DYr3dLENBSmsMAzMS3L2jyozDlSLd3QOsS1OTSxKzgAAbRwfrg--I_IDI0000wjbk.S058oQ




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  4. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FNgXduXHGeY
    security forces open fire on pro-democracy activists in Benghazi :
    gunshots heard till @ 1.00 : no one hurt
    Vid changes to other location @ 1.01

    the killing of protesters in benghazi libya with open gun shot 19.02.2011
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GUyIS5kGl98

    green turban @ 0.51 among insurgents?

    http://photouploads.com/?v=askarymgm.jpg


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    http://photouploads.com/?v=askaryrqr.jpg

    http://photouploads.com/?v=askarywmw.jpg

    http://photouploads.com/?v=askaryjoj.jpg
    the protestors hiding behind their tank


    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=omMVq6rjPBU
    Unidentified Man Firing Into Crowds



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    Ramadan Briki, chief editor of the Quryna newspaper in Benghazi, said gunfire rang out in several parts of the city on the third straight day of protests against Kadhafi.
    “It is the first time that we have heard shooting in the city,” Briki told AFP. “Given the difficulties, we are unable to know if there are fatalities or not.”

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  5. Benghazi 17 – 18 february insurgents dead toll

    In Benghazi, crowds marched in a funeral in the morning for protesters killed the previous day, said Gamal Bandour, a judge in the city.

    He put the number buried at 15, though a pro-government news website put Thursday's toll at 14
    http://abc30.com/archive/7966300/


    – Muhannad Mahgoub Oraibi fan born in 1991 in front of the battalion on 17-2-2011 AD , a resident of Aalroissat .
    - مهند المحجوب العريبي مشجع مواليد 1991م امام الكتيبة يوم 17-2-2011م وهو من سكان االرويسات .

    - Rami Saleh Idris quote in front of the Moroccan battalion on 17-2-2011 AD , a student at the College of Medicine , born 12.28.1990 AD
    -رامي صالح أدريس المغربي أستشهد أمام الكتيبة يوم 17-2-2011م وهو طالب في كلية الطب من مواليد 28-12-1990م

    Abdulkarim Bouhedma martyr in front of the battalion on 17-2-2011 AD
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    Khalid Mohammed Al-Amari Ashahub fan born in 1979 quote on 18-2-2011
    in front of a battalion of the population of Syria Street .

    خالد محمد إشهوب العماري مشجع مواليد 1979م أستشهد يوم 18-2-2011م أمام الكتيبة وهو من سكان شارع سوريا.

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    -Ramadan Salem Almekhal born 1983 player of the age groups
    and encouraging quote on 19-2-2011 in front of the battalion of the population of the pond
    أحمد ابراهيم سعد مشجع مواليد 1983م أستشهد يوم 19-2 -2011مامام الكتيبة

    Attia Musa Hariri fan born in 980 AD quote on 19/02/2011 Mamam Battalion
    عطية موسى البركي مشجع مواليد 980م أستشهد يوم 19-2 -2011مأمام الكتيبة

    Ahmed Ibrahim Saad was born in 1983, encouraging quote on 02/19/2011 Mamam Battalion
    أحمد ابراهيم سعد مشجع مواليد 1983م أستشهد يوم 19-2 -2011مامام الكتيبة

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    - Khaled Ahmed, born in 1976 Alzlaoa good housing milkfish east
    Place of his martyrdom : Benghazi in front of Battalion Date : 02/20/2011
    – خالد أحمد خير الزلاوي مواليد 1976 السكن السلماني الشرقي
    مكان أستشهاده : بنغازي أمام الكتيبه تاريخ أستشهاده : 20 / 2 / 2011
    الشهيد بإذن الله معروف في منطقته بأسم خالد كوكا ومعروف بتعصبه وتشجيعه ودفاعه الدائم عالفحامه

    http://forum.kooora.com/f.aspx?t=32975862


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    Hariri
    http://libyancivilwar.blogspot.com/2012/08/shed-massacre-annivesrsary.html
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    Updated 2/18/2011 2:58:22 PM The site [ Quryna ] also said 1,000 inmates at a prison in Benghazi attacked guards and escaped. Three of them were shot dead by guards.

    http://usatoday30.usatoday.com/news/world/2011-02-18-libya-reform_N.htm

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    1. ShababLibya on Twitter is saying that the Birka barracks have now surrendered.

      Apparently they are trying to negotiate free passage to the airport, with the Bengazi youth saying they're not going to let them leave without a fight.
      Not surprising given how many people they've murdered...

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    2. Following the seconds attack on a funeral, opposition forces commandeered bulldozers and tried to breach the walls, often succumbing under heavy fire.

      As fighting continued, a mob attacked a local army base on the outskirts of Benghazi and forced the soldiers to give up their weapons, including three small tanks.

      Opposition members than rammed those tanks into the Katiba’s walls.

      Days later, the burned hulks of the armored vehicles could still be seen, stuck halfway into the breaches they made.

      The fighting stopped in the morning of the 20th.

      Another 30 people were killed during the previous 24 hours of fighting.

      For a third time, a funeral procession was passing the compound.

      However, under the cover of the funeral, a suicide car-bomber attacked the compound’s gates blowing them up.

      Opposition fighters again attacked the base, this time reinforced with fighters from al-Baida and Derna.

      During this final attack by the opposition 42 people died.


      https://www.radio-utopie.de/2011/04/14/hidden-behind-propaganda-a-giant-crime-against-libya-is-fact/


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  6. https://www.flickr.com/photos/62579830@N06/5935367175/in/photostream/

    Benghazi – Dernah? February 18 :
    Derna, Libya: Gaddafi's Soldier in the Hospital being Treated After Getting Caught,

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-4SAT6OhgKU
    Benghazi - the martyrs and the wounded February 18, 2011 : same soldier
    and another dead loyalist @ 0.33
    *

    @0.29 body loyalist with yellow hat gunned down , his legs?

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IMmxswh4MrE

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    the martyrs and the wounded February 18, 2011 :

    http://photouploads.com/?v=askaryxqx.jpg

    https://www.facebook.com/libyafacts/posts/787256727952351

    http://photouploads.com/?v=askaryvgv.jpg

    http://photouploads.com/?v=askarywvw.jpg

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    http://photouploads.com/?v=askaryljl.jpg

    By night fall, youth residents of Benghazi took to the streets, wielding swords and sticks to protect their homes after rumors circulated that thugs were coming to attack, the lawyer said.
    http://usatoday30.usatoday.com/news/world/2011-02-18-libya-reform_N.htm

    *
    1:00 am A blogger in Libya tells Al Jazeera that a large number of thugs
    armed with hammers and swords have stormed into central Benghazi.

    *

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NtV9xlxb2JM&feature=channel


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    1. It's at a burnt-out courthouse in Benghazi, and HRI found a photo of the building, housing to the right of the bloodwall the famous "rebel media centre, part of the Benghazi Courthouse which now houses the rebel council and its leader Mustafa Abdel Jalil"

      yellow hood
      http://s7.directupload.net/images/140614/2pt76gdz.jpg
      http://photouploads.com/images/askarymgm.jpg
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      shawlman @ benghazi
      http://photouploads.com/images/benghshawl.jpg

      shawlman entrance Garah barracks Bayda side
      http://photouploads.com/images/askarytct.jpg

      shawlman barracks Cyrene side
      http://photouploads.com/images/askarybxb.jpg

      shawlman interrogation place
      http://s133.photobucket.com/user/chainsawmoth/media/al-Baida_captor3.jpg.html?sort=3&o=58

      http://libyancivilwar.blogspot.com/2011/04/behind-scenes-of-al-baida-massacre.html


      An Associated Press report described 20 men held as “mercenaries” in a Benghazi jail cell,
      “looking disheveled and frightened.”
      http://media3.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/photo/2011/02/25/PH2011022502931.jpg
      Thirteen Arabic-speaking men, who said they were from Libya, were being held in the other room. They, too, proclaimed their innocence. One, Mohammed al-Damawi, said he was "born in Benghazi." Another said he was from the southern city of Sabha.
      Yet another whispered that he was from Tunisia, where some of the mercenaries have been said to come from. But the man, Asad Moudib, insisted that wasn't the case.
      "I'm not a soldier," he said. "I was seized from the airport Saturday."
      http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2011/02/25/AR2011022502835_2.html

      http://www.africaspeaks.com/reasoning/index.php?topic=7145.0;wap2
      Outside, “three effigies were hanging from lampposts and flagpoles – all depicting mercenaries.”
      A spokesman for the local rebel organizing committee said,
      “If people knew they were up there, they would tear down the door.” He was clearly describing a lynch mob. But these men were “simply ordinary African workers who got caught up in the middle of this chaos,” according to to Peter Bouckaert of Human Rights Watch, who met with them.

      http://humanrightsinvestigations.org/2011/07/17/lynching-in-benghazi/

      http://globalciviliansforpeace.wordpress.com/racist-rebel-crimes-and-ethnic-cleansing-throughout-the-libyan-conflict/

      http://photouploads.com/images/askarymgm.jpg
      http://photouploads.com/images/baydaactor.jpg

      benghazi 18 february
      Oea also reported that 20 people were buried in Libya's second city of Benghazi on Friday after being killed in protests.
      A previous toll supplied by a medical source in the city was 14 dead.

      http://martinfrost.ws/htmlfiles/feb2011/wn1823.html

      Demonstrators also set fire to the headquarters of a local radio station in Benghazi after the building's guards withdrew, witnesses and a security source told AFP.



      Next to the courthouse serving as the revolutionary council headquarters is a burned-out government building licks of black from the flames still around the windows. Inside, the revolution's propagandists,....
      http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2011/mar/12/libya-benghazi-gaddafi-revolution



      http://libyancivilwar.blogspot.com/2011/08/gaddafi-burning-soldiers-alive-really.html

      On Saad’s account, the Gaddafi loyalists were indeed burned alive.
      (See the Guardian report here for the exact quote.)
      That was on February 18, three days before the mysterious video appeared on YouTube and was broadcast by CNN.

      http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Peace/2011/05/04/Libya--Did-CNN-Present-A-Rebel-Atrocity-As-A-Gaddafi-Atrocity

      *
      “This alarming rise in the death toll, and the reported nature of the victims’ injuries, strongly suggests that security forces are permitted use lethal force against unarmed protesters calling for political change,”
      said Malcolm Smart, Amnesty International’s director for the Middle East and North Africa.
      http://photouploads.com/?v=askaryvgv.jpg

      http://www.reuters.com/article/2011/02/18/us-libya-protests-amnesty-idUSTRE71H73620110218





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    2. Friday, February 18, 2011 Hawari Internal Security Directorate

      The Internal Security Directorate was attacked and torched by anti-Gaddafi protestors on February 18th, only one day after large-scale protests kicked off in Benghazi.
      http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2011/02/26/horrific-libyan-prison-exposed.html

      After seizing the Katiba, protesters found the bodies of 13 uniformed security officers inside who had been handcuffed and shot in the head, then set on fire, said Hassan, the doctor.
      http://www.sott.net/article/224629-Libya-fighter-jets-attack-protesters-in-Tripoli

      Inside the Katiba compound, protesters found the bodies of 13 uniformed security officers who had been handcuffed and shot in the head, then set on fire, said Hassan, the doctor.

      benghazi Friday 18 february : 13 victims were buried in the city's Hawari cemetery.
      Several thousand mourners on Friday went straight from weekly prayers to funerals for the Benghazi dead, witnesses told AFP,
      with one reporting that 13 victims were buried in the city's Hawari cemetery.


      Tuesday 01 March 2011The bodies were in dark green shrouds lying on the concrete floor of the morgue,
      10 prisoners shot and then set on fire as the security forces of Colonel Muammar Gaddafi unleashed a last round of vengeful violence before being forced to flee.

      The dead men are said to have been soldiers who had refused to open fire on those marching against the regime. They had been disarmed and beaten up by their comrades before being incarcerated in an underground cell in al-Katiba, the main military encampment in Benghazi.

      But the violence has not been one-way.
      There were also the bodies of three "mercenaries"
      from sub-Saharan Africa used by the regime against the demonstrators.
      Their bodies, with deep wounds to the head and torso, lay beside that of a Libyan soldier. These, too, said Mr Elami, will remain unclaimed.

      http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/africa/body-bags-reveal-fate-of-soldiers-who-refused-to-fire-on-their-own-people-2228512.html


      Elsanous Ali Eldorsi, a retired judge in Benghazi, said:We have buried today 11 bodies of soldiers who refused to fire on civilians and were executed by Gaddafi officers ... The bodies were cut, heads in one side and legs in the other …
      It is a crime what is happening here.

      http://libyancivilwar.blogspot.com/2011/08/gaddafi-burning-soldiers-alive-really.html

      -

      http://i133.photobucket.com/albums/q62/chainsawmoth/Libyan%20Civil%20War/Feb19_victims_loc.jpg

      As fighting continued, a mob attacked a local army base on the outskirts of Benghazi and forced the soldiers to give up their weapons, including three small tanks. Opposition members than rammed those tanks into the Katiba’s walls.
      https://www.radio-utopie.de/2011/04/14/hidden-behind-propaganda-a-giant-crime-against-libya-is-fact/


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    3. http://zeroanthropology.net/2013/10/05/book-review-global-nato-and-the-catastrophic-failure-in-libya-lessons-for-africa-in-the-forging-of-african-unity-by-horace-campbell/

      Troops remaining in Benghazi had been ordered not to return fire, so much so, that when one military barracks was attacked by the “peaceful protestors,”
      who used a suicide bomber to blow in the gates, the soldiers allowed themselves to be captured rather than return fire.

      The black soldiers were separated out–and lynched.



      Published: February 21, 2011
      http://www.nytimes.com/2011/02/22/world/africa/22libya.html
      A brigade of more than a thousand other members of the security forces were concentrated a few miles from the courthouse in a barracks in the neighborhood of Berqa.
      Within hours, several protesters said, they had taken control of the army barracks as well

      HYPERLINK "https://twitter.com/LibyanThinker" The Libyan ThinkerHYPERLINK https://twitter.com/LibyanThinker/status/40034178405900288" 22 Feb 11 @Frankster1967 +100 soldiers who refused to kill civilians have just been dug up in #Benghazi. Both civilians and soldiers r being killed.

      21 feb. 2011 More than 350 people have been killed, he said,

      while adding that this death toll did not include the grim discovery

      made inside the army garrison headquarters

      by those who entered it following its surrender. source guardian

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    4. Salah's brother, who was being held inside the base after being arrested by Gadhafi's elite forces, echoes the praise, saying he is sure he would have been killed if the base had not fallen.

      http://libyancivilwar.blogspot.com/2011/05/suicide-bomber-opens-katiba.html
      comment November 21, 2011 at 1:20 PM

      On Sunday morning, 20 February,at 2pm, we heard an explosion

      Benghazi fell to protesters on February 18.

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    5. Amr Rabia, a casual labourer, and his comrades risked their lives in an attempt to capture the final stronghold of pro-regime forces in a military camp on the city’s outskirts.

      When they overran it, they were overpowered by the stench of death.

      Later, they discovered scores of bodies crammed into the camp’s drainage system.

      http://news.nationalpost.com/2011/02/24/eyewitness-accounts-of-chaotic-scenes-in-libya/

      Delete
  7. Feb 20, 2011

    gunshot wounds [were] mainly in the head, the neck, the chest


    Feb 20, 2011 Stop the massacre'
    The doctor in Benghazi, known as Braikah, described to the BBC how casualties
    had been brought to the city's Jala hospital - most of them with gunshot wounds.
    "Ninety per cent of these gunshot wounds [were] mainly in the head, the neck, the chest, mainly in the heart," she said.
    http://www.ign.com/boards/threads/libya-unrest-scores-killed-in-benghazi-massacre.200173373/

    May 08, 2014 As the gunmen forced Senussi's car to halt, they shot him three times - in the head, neck and chest -
    http://www.dailystar.com.lb/News/Middle-East/2014/May-08/255771-east-libya-intelligence-chief-assassinated-security.ashx

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    Replies
    1. (The doctor in Benghazi, known as Braikah,)

      described to the BBC
      how casualties
      had been brought to the city's Jala hospital - most of them with gunshot wounds. :

      http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/af_libya;_ylt=
      Human Rights Watch also confirmed the death of at least one protester in Misrata on February 19, bringing the total number of those killed on February 19 to 85

      A doctor in Libya's third-largest city of Misrata, 125 miles (200 kilometers) east of Tripoli, said residents retrieved two more bodies of those killed in fighting with pro-Gadhafi forces near the city's air base Friday.
      That raised the death toll from fighting to 27.

      About 30 people who took part in the battle remain unaccounted for,

      said the doctor who spoke on condition of anonymity because he feared reprisals.


      An exact death toll has been difficult to obtain in the chaos, but a medical committee in the eastern city of Benghazi, where the uprising began on Feb. 15,

      said at least 228 people had been killed, including 30 unidentified bodies,

      and 1,932 injured.


      Refugees report that the Israeli Star of David flag was draped over the largest Mosque in Misurata on the second day of fighting, actions guaranteed to humiliate and antagonize the local population.
      http://rainbowwarrior2005.wordpress.com/2011/10/29/us-nato-rebels-and-israeli-war-crimes-in-libya/

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    2. On 19 February, Government opponents assumed control over the Katiba premises in Benghazi, and also took control of the airport in Benghazi.
      *
      Also note, the injured were not being taken to Benamer hospital - if any, it was more likely al Jalaa,
      http://libyancivilwar.blogspot.com/2011/07/hospital-brutality-disturbing.html

      which I haven't located yet,
      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qRm7TsIsc7Q

      http://s133.photobucket.com/user/chainsawmoth/media/Libyan%20Civil%20War/Feb19_victims_loc.jpg.html

      The reported death toll grew quickly over the weekend, standing at 184 before Sunday's violence.
      Sunday, 20 February 2011

      Doctors at one hospital said there was a shortage of beds and facilities since there are only 15 operating rooms.

      They said the hospital is using a nearby school
      to store some of the dead bodies
      until they are transported to morgues and cemeteries,
      and they have appealed to people to donate blankets
      http://edition.cnn.com/2011/WORLD/af...ex.html?hpt=T1

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    3. Black Libyan men receiving medical care in hospitals in Benghazi were reportedly abducted by armed rebels.

      They are part of more than 200 African immigrants held in secret locations
      by the rebels.”

      http://nocheinparteibuch.wordpress.com/2011/02/26/washingtonian-attempt-to-stage-a-monarchist-counter-revolution-in-libya/

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    4. More than 2, 000 people have been killed in Benghazi alone over the past few days,
      a French doctor told Le Point Magazine.

      The doctor also said that those attacking anti-government protesters included foreign mercenaries from Chad and Niger.

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XnovXRNbmd0


      France’s top human rights official said up to 2,000 people could have died
      in the unrest and he feared Gaddafi could unleash “migratory terrorism”
      on Europe as his regime collapses.“The question is not if Gaddafi will fall, but when and at what human cost,” Francois Zimeray told Reuters. “For now the figures we have … more than 1,000 have died, possibly 2,000, according to sources.”


      http://vimeo.com/63697004
      Benghazi Medical Centre under french management till feb 2011

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    5. 18 February 2011
      The nurse said that last night, armed men, wearing "military or police" uniforms, which the nurse had "not seen before" entered the hospital at around 2am,
      and carried away three patients who were involved and injured in the protest on Thursday night.

      http://www.channel4.com/news/libya-armed-men-kidnap-wounded-from-hospital



      Members of an army unit known as the "Thunderbolt" squad

      had come to the hospital,..they have overpowered the Praetorian Guard. Fri Feb 18, 2011
      http://libyancivilwar.blogspot.com/2011/10/al-baida-massacre-iii-three-killings-in.html

      Delete
  8. 20 February 2011 The doctor told the BBC that some Benghazi residents had been shot outside their homes by neighbourhood militias and bodies had been dumped on the street.

    http://www.modernghana.com/news/317170/1/libya-death-toll-from-escalating-unrest-tops-100.html

    The blogger also received unconfirmed reports over the telephone
    that families were being killed and wounded in their own homes on Twenty Street.

    *
    "When I looked outside, I saw 10-year-old kids with machetes.
    They ambushed the police station, so the locals in my area went into the police station
    and got weapons. You saw regular people in the street driving around in jeeps, shooting AK-47s up in the air. That's when I realized this was no Egypt. It was war zone. It was like a movie. There was people driving tanks. It was people running loose.

    http://libyancivilwar.blogspot.com/2011/07/february-19s-death-toll-in-benghazi.html


    Abubakar Ummar, a 29-year-old Ghanaian plasterer who worked at a Turkish construction company, said that men with machetes had recently attacked the building where he was living with other workers. “They came to us at midnight,” Mr. Ummar said.
    One of the workers, a young man about 25 years old, was killed instantly, he said, adding that another had died of his wounds the next day.
    http://www.nytimes.com/2011/02/27/world/africa/27migrants.html?_r=0

    *
    Ali Tumkaya, the human resources manager for Turkey’s Sembol company, which was building a university in Benghazi, said militias raided the Benghazi airport.
    He saw vans with more than 20 dead bodies, who Mr. Tumkaya said were paid soldiers from sub-Saharan Africa.
    http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2011/feb/24/4500-chinese-escape-libya-sea-americans-stuck/?page=all
    *

    http://libyancivilwar.blogspot.com/2011/07/february-19s-death-toll-in-benghazi.html
    The bullets did not come just from Libyan military, according to Owumi, but also from foreign mercenaries hired from Chad, Sudan, Senegal, Nigeria and Eastern Europe.
    He was able to see the burned bodies of some of them in a visit to the hospital
    once he was able to get out of the house on March 1.

    "There was a room with 30 or 40 body bags and they were still open.
    You could see the dead bodies.
    I asked who those people were and one person told me they were mercenaries from other countries.
    'They shot them and burned these people alive', he told me.

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  9. http://photouploads.com/?v=bblackslee.jpg

    in a body sack, no muslim burial , apparently no rebel martyr

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MyeGy2DmjMA
    compare the difference @ 0.18 a khafifi man
    *
    http://photouploads.com/?v=bblackiki.jpg

    http://photouploads.com/?v=bblackada.jpg

    this man, a dr? , points out who is to get a muslim burial and who is not allowed to be buried in holy soil

    *

    Benghazi 21 february 2011
    ohchr29. The Commission interviewed a number of medical personnel on duty in the hospitals.[6]
    A doctor confirmed that most of the wounds during this period were of gunshots to the head and chest.
    He further described how, on 21 February,
    he had been called to Fadeel ben Oumar military base, where in an underground cell,
    nine burned bodies were found. There was a fuel jerrycan beside the bodies.

    The bodies, (seemingly in civilian clothes from what remained), reportedly had their hands tied behind their back. The doctor noted they had suffered shots to the head, and he believed from the condition of the bodies that they had been burned after being killed.[7] 

    http://www.hrw.org/news/2011/02/22/hold-gadhafi-accountable-atrocities

    where nine military/civilian prisoners are condemned to death
    In a recent update to "Behind the Scenes," I finally mentioned the link to L'Abraq Air Base; according to a fairly credible video, the soldiers sentenced to die were captured at this airport just east of al Baida.
    http://libyancivilwar.blogspot.com/2011/10/al-baida-massacre-iii-three-killings-in.html

    *

    Here are two videos with burnt bodies in Benghazi. The first one shows a fire being extinguished at a military compound in Benghazi. The charred body of a soldier is placed on a distinctive blanket.

    The same blanket and body appear in the second video at the morgue of the Benghazi hospital. The solder is put into a green body bag along with about 20 other burnt bodies.
    سقوط كتيبة الفضيل بوعمر بنغازي
    (The fall of the battalion holy Buamr Benghazi.3gp)
    Uploaded by nadirnabous on Mar 12, 2011
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WLAxRgHqULw

    بعض ما حصل في كتيبة الفضيل أثناء الهجوم عليها
    (Some of what happened in the battalion during the attack upon the holy)
    Uploaded by 4libyafreedom on Mar 2, 2011
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W8g0MMFiP58

    http://libyancivilwar.blogspot.it/2011/08/gaddafi-burning-soldiers-alive-really.html
    comment November 10, 2011 at 1:33 PM

    *

    http://www.libreriamilitareares.it/BIBLIOTECA/OPERE%20STAMPATE%20NEL%202010/2011%20VI/FRONTESPIZIO%20A%20COLORI/Libyan%20Civil%20War%20Part%20Two%20Sieges%20and%20Battles%202011.pdf
    Khamis Brigade Fadheel Brigade Tariq Brigade 325 mercenaries[4]

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  10. 21 feb 2011
    http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/blog/2011/feb/21/libya-uprising-middle-east-protests

    The news agency also has some horrific detail about the reports that soldiers who refused to fire on civilians were executed by their commanding officers.
    Elsanous Ali Eldorsi, a retired judge in Benghazi, said:
    We have buried today 11 bodies of soldiers who refused to fire on civilians and were executed by Gaddafi officers ... The bodies were cut, heads in one side and legs in the other … It is a crime what is happening here.

    *
    On 18 February, at the demonstrations near Al-Abraq Airport131 (east of Al-Bayda town), the Commission received information that 11 persons were killed by security personnel of Khamis Katiba, including the Commander of Husein al-Jiwiki Katiba.
    http://www2.ohchr.org/english/bodies/hrcouncil/docs/17session/A.HRC.17.44_AUV.pdf

    http://libyancivilwar.blogspot.com/2011/10/al-baida-massacre-iii-three-killings-in.html
    http://libyancivilwar.blogspot.com/2011/10/al-baida-massacre-iii-three-killings-in.html

    *
    The former British foreign secretary Lord Owen has tonight called on the UN and regional powers to enforce a no fly zone over Libya

    A Libyan man who spent a number of years in the UK before five years ago to his home city said that the people were now largely control of Benghazi and that the army had fled.

    More than 350 people have been killed, he said, while adding that this death toll did not include the grim discovery made inside the army garrison headquarters by those who entered it following its surrender.

    "We found 150 corpses burning and we believe they were the bodies of officers and soldiers who refused to follow orders to fire on the the people," he said.

    http://libyancivilwar.blogspot.com/2011/09/massacring-protesters-really.html
    The other 103 we just don't know the details, but the patterns illustrated so far do not line up with what the rebels asserted.

    *
    350 killed + 150 burning - 56 insurgents 16-22 february = 444 Libiyans and immigrant workers killed in 1 week

    The fate of :
    Thousands of pro-Gadhafi loyalists spent the night camping in tents in the main sports stadium in Benghazi, said Mr. Alghazwani,of the opposition group.
    Is unknown

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    Replies
    1. It is said that 8,000 people in Benghazi were government spies -- the rebels found their names in files kept by the secret police.
      Armed young men roam the streets at night, arresting regime supporters,
      but private acts of revenge take place as well.

      http://www.spiegel.de/international/world/the-rebels-from-benghazi-chaos-and-uncertainty-in-libya-s-revolutionary-leadership-a-754035-2.html

      kidnapped and held in secret prisons in Benghazi, they have all been
      subjected to cruel tortures and molestations .. this is a list of some of them :

      http://i41.tinypic.com/5oh8cl.jpg

      http://i42.tinypic.com/riyfso.jpg

      Delete
    2. http://www.theguardian.com/world/blog/2011/feb/21/libya-uprising-middle-east-protests
      The bodies were cut, heads in one side and legs in the other … It is a crime what is happening here.
      http://mg.co.za/article/2011-02-21-gadaffi-under-threat-as-revolt-hits-tripoli/
      http://libyancivilwar.blogspot.com/2011/10/al-baida-massacre-iii-three-killings-in.html

      The newspaper also reported that "a number of demonstrators in Benghazi
      have had access to the Managing Director of Galaa downtown hospital
      where he was treated after he was injured in the demonstrations,
      and cut his body and they killed him ."

      Delete
    3. There was one brigade that was run by a family who had lost six martyrs. 
      These six were aged between twenty-two and twenty-five.  Two of them were brothers and the rest were cousins.

      You can imagine what happened when a family like this with a mentality of revenge was in charge of running a prison.

      They captured the people who killed their sons and you can imagine what they did.


      http://www.namati.org/entry/transforming-a-culture-of-revenge-in-post-revolution-libya/

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    4. The fate of :
      Thousands of pro-Gadhafi loyalists spent the night camping in tents in the main sports stadium in Benghazi, said Mr. Alghazwani,of the opposition group.
      Is unknown

      On 19 February, Government opponents assumed control over the Katiba premises in Benghazi, and also took control of the airport in Benghazi.

      http://libyancivilwar.blogspot.com/2011/10/al-baida-massacre-iii-three-killings-in.html

      At the beginning of the revolution, Abdulwanis, who comes from Benghazi, contributed to capturing Qadhafi allies as part of the al-Zawya Martyrs Brigade.

      He then worked to secure Benghazi’s airport under the banner of the Protective Forces of 17 February.
      http://www.egyptindependent.com/news/will-libya-disband-its-supreme-security-committee

      February 17, led until now by Fawzi Bukatif, and Rafallah al-Sahati, led by Ismail al-Sallabi, both maintain vast arsenals and jails where they hold prisoners outside of the state legal system.

      http://counterjihadreport.com/tag/february-17-martyrs-brigade/
      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/February_17th_Martyrs_Brigade

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    5. On 19 February, Government opponents assumed control over the Katiba premises in Benghazi, and also took control of the airport in Benghazi.


      who in reality arrived at benina airport 19 february ?

      19 February: I was told by an SNC Lavalin employee who had been at the airport arrivals gate that a plane load of African mercenaries had landed.

      We set up a survey instrument to get a closer look at what was happening around the airport terminal. I could see a large contingent of soldiers (+/- 200)
      in a defensive pattern around the west side of the runway.

      We didn’t know if these were mercenaries or Libyan government soldiers.
      http://voices4libya.com/voices-for-libya/read-the-book/benina-airport-project-on-the-outskirts-of-benghazi/

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    6. I would travel to Malta, Italy, France and eventually North America.

      In early May I received a message from a friend in Jalu, Libya, saying they were being attacked by hundreds of Gaddafi soldiers.
      I had been following the Libya blog on Al Jazeera and out of desperation contacted a popular blogger to seek help for my friends in the desert.

      The guys would forward the GPS coordinates of the location of the Gaddafi soldiers and a description of the surrounding area, for example, “They are in Waha oil field in a grove of palm trees”.
      I would confirm the coordinates on Google Earth then forward them to my contact. This worked very well and continued well into July when the final attacks were repelled and peace was restored to the desert oasis.

      http://voices4libya.com/voices-for-libya/read-the-book/benina-airport-project-on-the-outskirts-of-benghazi/64viewing-soldiers-at-airport-19feb2011/

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    7. The fate of :
      Thousands of pro-Gadhafi loyalists
      ?

      Omar Sudani being interviewed after his capture by rebel forces in Benghazi.

      He is alleged to have been a member of the 'Ligan Thauria', Gaddafi's infamous 'revolutionary legion'...

      The rebels are taking the press for a tour to see and interview prisoners that they captured in the fighting for Benghazi. ..The rebels claims that these prisoners are all pro-Gaddafi Libyans and mercenaries from other African countries - but this information is not possible to confirm, some of them deny these accusations.

      http://felixfeatures.photoshelter.com/image?_bqG=159&_bqH=eJwzSy3yiqp0scwJzS6PyHFN1nWpMDMICUgOiAq1MjY3sTI1sDI0AAIrz3iXYGfbpNS89IzEqkxtNTA_3tHPxbYEyA4Ndg2K93SxDQWprTAMzEty9o8qMw5Ui3d0DrEtTk0sSs4AAN0BILA-I_IDI0000xv2XQMsRnCc

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      http://felixfeatures.photoshelter.com/image?_bqG=423&_bqH=eJwzSy3yiqp0scwJzS6PyHFN1nWpMDMICUgOiAq1MjY3sTI1sDI0AAIrz3iXYGfbpNS89IzEqkxtNTA_3tHPxbYEyA4Ndg2K93SxDQWprTAMzEty9o8qMw5Ui3d0DrEtTk0sSs4AAN0BILA-I_IDI0000eMCxGKHrCDE

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      http://felixfeatures.photoshelter.com/image?_bqG=425&_bqH=eJwzSy3yiqp0scwJzS6PyHFN1nWpMDMICUgOiAq1MjY3sTI1sDI0AAIrz3iXYGfbpNS89IzEqkxtNTA_3tHPxbYEyA4Ndg2K93SxDQWprTAMzEty9o8qMw5Ui3d0DrEtTk0sSs4AAN0BILA-I_IDI0000A6YFb8a3EfU

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    8. It is said that 8,000 people in Benghazi were government spies -- the rebels found their names in files kept by the secret police.
      Armed young men roam the streets at night, arresting regime supporters,
      but private acts of revenge take place as well.

      http://www.spiegel.de/international/world/the-rebels-from-benghazi-chaos-and-uncertainty-in-libya-s-revolutionary-leadership-a-754035-2.html

      kidnapped and held in secret prisons in Benghazi, they have all been
      subjected to cruel tortures and molestations .. this is a list of some of them :

      http://i41.tinypic.com/5oh8cl.jpg

      http://i42.tinypic.com/riyfso.jpg



      Over the last several days, the opposition has begun rounding up men accused of fighting as mercenaries for Kadafi’s militias as government forces pushed toward Benghazi.

      It has launched nightly manhunts for about 8,000 people

      named as government operatives in secret police files seized after internal security operatives fled in the face of the rebellion that ended Kadafi’s control of eastern Libya last month.

      “We know who they are,” said Abdelhafed Ghoga, the chief opposition spokesman. He called them “people with bloodstained hands” and “enemies of the revolution.”
      http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/article27771.htm

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  11. claim : 56 insurgents killed + 6 [ =8 ] unidentified
    From the beginning of the Intifada on 16/2/2011 until noon on Tuesday, 02/22/2011

    http://ar-ar.facebook.com/note.php?note_id=195278097160063
    من بداية الانتفاضة بتاريخ 16/2/2011 حتي ظهر يوم الثلاثاء 22/2/2011
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    List Martyrs Abraq :
    Hamad Basil Hamri
    Khaled Saleh Abdasameea
    Ahmed Hussein Alaclai
    Hossam Mohamed Alaclai
    Suleiman Abdel Salam Ragab

    http://lib2012.maktoobblog.com/%D9%82%D8%A7%D8%A6%D9%85%D8%A9-%D8%B4%D9%87%D8%AF%D8%A7%D8%A1-%D8%A7%D9%84%D8%A7%D8%A8%D8%B1%D9%82/

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  12. security building benghazi

    http://photouploads.com/?v=benghaziin.jpg

    http://photouploads.com/?v=benghatit.jpg

    http://photouploads.com/?v=askaryhxh.jpg
    (Photo: A rebel militiaman stands in the ashes of an alleged torture chamber of the former Libyan Internal Security force on February 28, 2011 in Benghazi, Libya. The notorious building was mostly burned in the uprising that drove loyalists to President Muammar Gaddafi out of Bengazi the week before. By John Moore/Getty Images)
    http://photouploads.com/?v=askaryava.jpg

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    The burning of Pro Gaddafi soldiers
    °Go to Benghazi and you will not find one single prisoner because they have all been killed.
    This is a hard fact. Anyone that says they interviewed prisoners in Misurata is a liar.

    The Misurata prisoners that were released said that they were paid 2500 dinar
    for every soldier they killed and another 1000 dinar for burning the bodies.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c5ISYG60JKA

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    1. Security Directorate

      http://i133.photobucket.com/albums/q62/chainsawmoth/Libyan%20Civil%20War/Feb19_victims_loc.jpg

      As fighting continued, a mob attacked a local army base on the outskirts of Benghazi and forced the soldiers to give up their weapons,
      including three small tanks.
      Opposition members than rammed those tanks into the Katiba’s walls.
      https://www.radio-utopie.de/2011/04/14/hidden-behind-propaganda-a-giant-crime-against-libya-is-fact/

      Firing At Protesters In Benghazi Outside Security Directorate In Benghazi (17/02/2011)
      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pWFu4MPpQLc

      Wounded And Dead Carried From Clash With Security Battalion, Benghazi (18/02/2011)
      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JEsDovm9x9I&bpctr=1401052511

      February 18 the bodies of 13 uniformed security officers inside who had been handcuffed and shot in the head, then set on fire,


      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Aj0fxD_6N6E&bpctr=1401049225
      victims @ 047salman fitouri khatiba bin amer
      http://photouploads.com/?v=askaryyzy.jpg

      "After seizing the Katiba, protesters found the bodies of 13 uniformed security officers inside
      who had been handcuffed and shot in the head, then set on fire,
      http://libyancivilwar.blogspot.com/2011/07/february-19s-death-toll-in-benghazi.html

      We are still receiving serious injuries, I can confirm 13 deaths in our hospital.
      http://libcom.org/forums/news/protests-libya-17022011?page=2
      Al Jazeera Feb 20 2011

      http://libyancivilwar.blogspot.com/2011/07/february-19s-death-toll-in-benghazi.html

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    2. Fadheel khatiba
      http://i133.photobucket.com/albums/q62/chainsawmoth/Katiba_Ohloc1.jpg

      Feb 20 2011 11:25 pm Online reports claim remaining pro-Gaddafi militia in Benghazi, around the Elfedeel Bu Omar compound,
      "are being butchered by angry mobs".
      It is impossible to verify the claims, though Al Jazeera has spoken with several people in the city who say protesters control the city, as security forces flee to the airport.
      *
      Opposition fighters again attacked the base, this time reinforced with fighters from al-Baida and Derna.
      https://www.radio-utopie.de/2011/04/14/hidden-behind-propaganda-a-giant-crime-against-libya-is-fact/

      http://libyancivilwar.blogspot.com/2011/05/suicide-bomber-opens-katiba.html


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      ohchr29 Fadeel ben Oumar military base, in an underground cell,
      nine burned bodies were found. There was a fuel jerrycan beside the bodies.

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      and grabbed nine Muammar :
      and then similar to Benghazi and handed the weapons to the men of Whalley Omhabarn battalion Fadil Bu Omar and grabbed nine Muammar

      https://ar-ar.facebook.com/emateen/photos/a.242374849115836.67460.242092495810738/752038344816148/?type=1&relevant_count=1
      لمن لايعرف الرجال :
      محمد بو غفير آمر كتيبة على حسن الجابر في الجبهة ..وهو أول رجل في ليبيا يخرج السلاح من تجييش البيضاء يوم الخميس 17-2-2011 وقال كلمته الشهيرة الراجل هلي يقدر يحمل السلاح أيجي للتجييش ومشا بية لكتيبة شحات وبعدها مشآ لبنغازي وسلم أسلاح للرجال هلي أمحاصرين كتيبة الفضيل بو عمر وأمعاة -8- سيارات فيها رجال من العسكريين والثوار وبعد ما طاحت الكتيبة كمل في الجبههة وما روح منها نين أمسكوا معمر ..هضآ هو بوغفير . لم يطمع في مناصب ولم يسرق نفط الليبيين ولم يطالب بالانفصال ولم تحركه جهوية
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      Libyan Soldiers Executed by [Foreign] [African] Mercenaries
      for Refusing to Kill Civilians (Feb. 2011)

      http://www.youtube.com/verify_controversy?next_url=/watch%3Fv%3D6jpgW3kiNEY

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      comment at CNN vid : no 5 , but 6 bodies
      six badly burned bodies
      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3r-ylgBXepQ

      Libyan Soldiers Burned to death for refusing to fire on Protesters
      Uploaded on Feb 21, 2011

      These 6 bodies are no Fadheel khatiba bodies , but part of the butchered /burned in the Security building :
      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Aj0fxD_6N6E&bpctr=1401049225
      victims @ 047salman fitouri khatiba bin amer

      *
      “We found 150 corpses burning and we believe they were the bodies of officers and soldiers who refused to follow orders to fire on the the people,” he said.
      The Guardian’s Live Blog on Libya
      21 february 2011- 12.45



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    3. This morning on BBC radio they had a man who organised a protest in front of the Libyan embassy in London call his brother "live" in Benghazi.
      Apparently the crowd (there) had almost completely destroyed a barracks.
      It was on fire.

      "What about the soldiers inside?" the interviewer asked.
      The guy asked his brother (in Arabic):

      "They will burn" he replied.

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    4. 10.32am: A Libyan political refugee from Manchester has gone on hunger strike and says he won't stop until the British government "gets firm" with Muammar Gaddafi.

      Saad Amer, 52, spent seven years in prison in Tripoli during the 1980s for protesting against the regime.
      Amer, who now lives in Cheetham Hill after fleeing Libya in 1995, told the Manchester Evening News:
      "It is very important for the British government to say Gaddafi must step down now. I am not happy with the statements coming from here. There needs to be stronger language."

      Amer, a translator, is originally from Benghazi, which is understood to have seen some of the most bloodshed since the protests began.
      He added: "I have family there and it's very worrying. Everybody in the world knows Gaddafi is crazy. Something needs to be done urgently."

      http://archive.today/nlsr#selection-2613.0-2711.275

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    5. Meanwhile, Mohammed Saad, sitting on the edge of his bed, recalled a time when he had a plush army job at al-Katiba, a time when he scarcely imagined he would be ordered to turn on his own family.
      Yesterday, Mr Saad, 23, winced as he removed his cardigan to expose the gunshot wound that nearly killed him. He was shot after refusing to fire his gun when protesters overran the military compound, the culmination of a defining battle in the fall of Benghazi to anti-regime forces.
      https://www.commondreams.org/headline/2011/03/01-2

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    6. "I saw fire exploding in the distance," said Salem Saad,
      36, who was brought in suffering from shock.

      http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/africaandindianocean/libya/8363063/Libya-weapons-depot-blasts-kill-19.html

      Doctor Mustafa Saleh al-Orfali said 17 people had been killed

      Resident Abdallah Bubakr told AFP rebels turned up at the military base, demanding weapons to take to the front at Raslanuf, an oil town further west
      that rebels later on Friday claimed to have captured from Gaddafi's forces.

      "Two cars rode up with people at the place and said they wanted weapons to take to Raslanuf.
      They entered the store and just after they left Rajma, there was the first explosion, followed five minutes later by another," he said.

      "We have a huge explosion in a weapons depot," Mustafa Gheriani,
      a spokesman for the rebels' self-declared national council set up in Benghazi, Libya's second largest city. He said "sabotage" could have been the cause.

      http://libyancivilwar.blogspot.com/2011/08/gaddafi-burning-soldiers-alive-really.html

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      sirte
      http://libyancivilwar.blogspot.com/2011/12/sirte-massacres-100-dead-in-fuel-depot.html
      https://scontent-b-ams.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-prn2/t1.0-9/p180x540/971414_310938769051771_1617027376_n.jpg

      zawiya

      Thanku4theAnger THANKU4THEANGERZawiyaaaaaaa! FFs blow up petrol station used by G forces with several G forces injured #feb17 #libya Allahu Akbar 11/7/2011

      misrata
      “It was easier to kill them [imprisoned loyalists]. This is how people thought,” said Majid Alfituri, who was among the first to take up arms against the regime of Muammar Gaddafi.
      http://libyancivilwar.blogspot.com/2012/04/majid-al-fituri.html

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    7. The fall of the most important security battalions in the eastern region of Libya
      in the hands of Libyan protesters
      on the eighteenth of last month,

      http://www.aawsat.com/details.asp?section=4&issueno=11786&article=611184
      معركة كتيبة الجويفي حولت المظاهرات السلمية إلى مواجهة مسلحة مع قوات القذافي
      شاركت فيها طائرات ودبابات ومدفعية ثقيلة وقناصة أجانب.. وأصغر شهيدة طفلة عمرها 13 سنة
      benghazi
      http://www.aawsat.com/2011/03/06/images/news1.611184.jpg

      جنود ليبيون منشقون عن النظام الليبي يبحثون عن أشلاء أفراد قتلوا بسبب انفجار هائل حدث أثناء الليل في مدينة بنغازي أمس (أ.ب)
      *

      http://twitpic.com/48qc6y
      What became of our people after the Al Rajma explosion at an amunition store.

      Oh yes, the same photos of Feb 21 recycled for the explosion nearly two weeks later brought to us courtesy of "Nabbous TV"
      The report on the mysterious explosion [Black op?] of 4 March at the Rajma base in the Daily Telegraph is here: Libya: weapons depot blasts kill 19
      . [Interesting, reminded me of the Sirte oil tank fire]


      [I don't see this explosion at Rajma or Al-Rajma referred to elsewhere in this blog]
      The clashes today took place in #Rajma, a village of abt 5000 inhabitants, east from #Benghazi, behind Benina airport. #Libya


      An AFP journalist who visited the hospital saw 11 bodies in the morgue, some of them horrifically disfigured and burnt. The corpses were wrapped in blankets and lined up on the floor, as medics rushed to treat the wounded.

      http://libyancivilwar.blogspot.be/2011/08/gaddafi-burning-soldiers-alive-really.html?showComment=1398721671175#c9160454140786190911
      May 4, 2012 at 9:54 PM

      http://i133.photobucket.com/albums/q62/chainsawmoth/Libyan%20Civil%20War/atrocity_13.jpg

      In one room lay eight bodies of Gaddafi’s fighters.
      Morgue attendants said three were mercenaries from Chad or Niger.





      the only reference to a fireball is in this video allegedly of 5 March 2011 - Explosion in Weapons Depot, Benghazi, Libya, March 5, 2011 uploaded by QuatchiCanada on 8 March 2011.
      http://libyancivilwar.blogspot.com/2011/07/february-19s-death-toll-in-benghazi.html
      May 12, 2012 at 9:58 PM

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      The explosions took place on monday afternoon = 24 october
      Die Explosionen hätten sich bereits Montagmittag ereignet
      http://www.20min.ch/news/kreuz_und_quer/story/28242712

      Am vergangenen Donnerstag war Gaddafi in seiner Heimatstadt Sirte verletzt und kurz darauf getötet worden
      Last thursday Khadafi was wounded in his hometown & short after that he has been killed


      Tuesday, October 25, 2011 MISRATA: The body of Libyan ex-leader Moamer Kadhafi was buried overnight in a secret location after days of being put on display in a market freezer, a Misrata military council member said Tuesday.
      http://www.mole.my/content/khadafi-and-son-buried-secretly-night


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    8. Amer Saad
      Mohammed Saad
      Salem Saad
      ------------------------------------------------

      (In the first photo is Abdulmajeed Saad,

      the unknown prosecutor of the occupation regime from Tripoli,
      who wanted to become famous and make a career of executing Libyans.

      http://theorbo1.files.wordpress.com/2013/03/abdulmajeed-saad.jpeg%3Fw%3D920

      Mr. Abdul Majeed Saad (Majeed), Deputy Prosecutor General :
      I will not rest until I bring all thugs of the former regime to Libya which is free.
      I say here that I using my private car in my movements to search for proofs to convict all those who fled.
      I persuade citizens to lodge complaints against the suspects.

      Actually I succeeded and the list is long and all of them will appear in front of me.

      Their fate is either the death penalty or life imprisonment.

      http://greenkomitet.ru/forum/forums-english/news/libya/1165-march-2013-news-occupied-libya-regime-want-kill-all-patriots-who-resist.html


      http://www.icc-cpi.int/iccdocs/doc/doc1467704.pdf
      Mr. Abdul Majeed Saad (Majeed), Deputy Prosecutor General

      Interviewer: We have, one the line, Mr. Abdul Majeed Saad (Majeed),Deputy Prosecutor General,

      greetings Mr.Abdul Majeed.

      http://www.icc-cpi.int/iccdocs/doc/doc1467704.pdf
      Interviewer: Please stay with us Mr. Abdul -Majeed, apologies.
      We thank Mr. Abdul-Hafeez Gooka from Benghazi,
      the civil rights activist and the lawyer for the families of the Abu Selim prison massacre. Thank you Mr. Abdul-Hafeez Gooka

      Interviewer: Libya’scoordinator to the ICC, Ahmed Al-Gehani, via
      the satellites, thank you for being with us



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    9. Al-Gehani, Al-Jihani

      Other military units also defected, and it was also reported that a batallion of Gaddafi’s special forces had attacked Gaddafi’s revolutionary guard in Benghazi.

      http://www.aljazeera.com/indepth/spotlight/libya/2011/03/20113175840189620.html

      Al-Jihani and around 70 others, including friends from his unit, visited a nearby base the Friday
      before the Katiba attack and found it empty;

      the soldiers there had already joined the people, he said.

      They took rocket-propelled grenade launchers, AK-47s and anti-aircraft guns.

      *
      http://www.almanaralink.com/press/wp-content/uploads/1%D9%85%D9%88%D8%B3%D9%89-%D8%A7%D9%84%D8%B9%D9%88%D8%A7%D9%85%D9%8A.jpg
      موسى رزق الله العوامي mousa rizkallah awami
      عبد السلام المسماري abdul salam mesmari

      who attacked the airport Abraq

      Mousa Rizk first officer Bolt announced his defection on 17 .. 2 .. 2011

      http://libyancivilwar.blogspot.com/2011/10/al-baida-massacre-iii-three-killings-in.html
      *

      -Colonel Hamed al Hassi was one of the first commanders to defect from Gaddafi’s military
      *

      - Colonel Adnan al-Nwisri is an unknown.
      There are few references in the international media to this person
      *
      Adnan al-Nwisri (1)
      22 jul. 2008 – Top al-Qaida-linked leaders in northern Africa ..... Aden Hashi Ayro (2); Aden Madobe (1); Adnan al-Nwisri (1); Adulla Rashid Al Jalahma (1) ...


      http://libyancivilwar.blogspot.com/2011/08/video-study-al-baida-snipers.html
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      https://ar-ar.facebook.com/emateen/photos/a.242374849115836.67460.242092495810738/752038344816148/?type=1&relevant_count=1
      Mohammed Bo legion commander of the battalion Hassan al-Jaber

      The first man in Libya mobilizing Bayda with arms on Thursday, 17-2-2011,
      and similar to Biya battalion Shahat
      and to Benghazi to the men of the Omhabarn battalion in holy Bo Omar

      Delete
    10. “We’ve found everything from bullets to rockets,” the man in the headlamp and blue spelunking jumpsuit said as he climbed out of a nearby hole that led into a small, concrete room.


      One of the rebel tank commanders who helped lead the attack on the compound,

      Colonel Mohammed Samir al-Abar,

      told me how he rammed his tank through the outer wall.

      That allowed soldiers and civilians armed with rocks, swords and Molotov cocktails to storm the fortress.

      http://s133.photobucket.com/user/chainsawmoth/media/Libyan%20Civil%20War/Feb19_victims_loc.jpg.html

      http://www.wired.com/2011/03/inside-gadhafis-secret-underground-arsenal/


      Inside we find Saad @ .24
      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mhP0_YL2BYk
      SKY NEWS: Gaddafi Buries Alive Libyans (March 16, 2011)

      On Saad’s account, the Gaddafi loyalists were indeed burned alive. (See the Guardian report here for the exact quote.) That was on February 18, three days before the mysterious video appeared on YouTube and was broadcast by CNN.
      http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Peace/2011/05/04/Libya--Did-CNN-Present-A-Rebel-Atrocity-As-A-Gaddafi-Atrocity

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    11. Outside we find Hariri
      http://s1.directupload.net/images/140710/jzt872yp.jpg


      In Libya, Haftar took the third most senior position in the rebel army formed by the National Transitional Council.

      Abdul Fatah Younis occupied the role of commander-in-chief
      and Omar al-Hariri served as Younis’ Chief of Staff.

      http://english.alarabiya.net/en/perspective/profiles/2014/05/24/Old-CIA-links-return-to-haunt-Libya-s-Khalifa-Haftar.html

      "He [Omar El-Hariri, Chief of Armed Forces for the Transitional National Council] remained under close surveillance by the security forces until Feb. 17, when the revolution started.
      http://www.globalresearch.ca/who-are-the-libyan-freedom-fighters-and-their-patrons/23947

      -Colonel Lamine Abdul Wahhab is firmly pro-Hariri.
      He is a member of the rebel military council for the Benghazi area, and said he believed the appointment of Mr Hariri would improve the rebel armed forces' coordination.
      http://www.academia.edu/590881/Libyas_Emerging_Rebel_Leadership
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      same man ?
      Abdul Wahhab Hassan Qayed
      One of those released, Abdulwahab Mohammed Kayed, is the brother of Abu Yahya Al Libi, one of al Qaida's top propagandists
      http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Peace/2014/07/07/Iranian-Mayhem-in-Benghazi

      Abdulwahhab Hassan Qayed, brother of former Al Qaeda second in command Abu Yayha al Libi, cofounded "Libyan Islamic Fighting Group (LIFG)", an arm of Al Qaeda. He became head of Border Control and Strategic Institutions in the Interior Ministry. In this position he has allowed Jihadists to flow in and out of Libya freely and has let hundreds of sophisticated Surface-to-Air missile launchers to be smuggled out of Libya


      Delete
    12. Most of the weaponry at the Katiba has been removed and handed over to the army,
      http://www.wired.com/2011/03/inside-gadhafis-secret-underground-arsenal/

      although more arms were found in the Razma,

      a series of hills around Benghazi where Gadhafi built another base.

      Rajma military base Benina airport
      http://s7.directupload.net/images/140710/mvd9auvo.jpg
      http://s7.directupload.net/images/140710/jq7529tb.jpg


      http://img2.itiexue.net/1649/16499066.jpg
      Rebel fighter holds an SA7 missile captured from Pro-Gaddafi arsenals in Benghazi. Photo: Asmaa Waguih, Reuters.
      http://defense-update.com/20111212_libyaus-eod-teams_manpads_5.html

      Delete
    13. who in reality arrived at benina airport 19 february ?


      On 19 February, Government opponents assumed control over the Katiba premises in Benghazi,
      and also took control of the airport in Benghazi.
      At some point in the evening, longtime Gaddafi regime loyalist and special forces commander
      Abdel Fattah Younes defected to the protesters' side.

      Troops from his unit, based on the outskirts of town,
      arrived at the opposite side of the Katiba armed with machine guns
      and driving trucks mounted with anti-aircraft guns

      Two tanks under Younes's command followed.

      http://www.aljazeera.com/indepth/spotlight/libya/2011/03/20113175840189620.html
      http://s7.directupload.net/images/140710/jwql4td9.jpg



      On Sunday night, at around 9:30, the Katiba battle ended.
      Gaddafi loyalists and 'mercenaries' had been killed or captured,

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    14. https://picasaweb.google.com/flancosur/LibiaGuerraCivilRebeldes#5577357412210984114

      BMP-1 en la  base aérea de Benina (cerca de Bengasi)
      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/BMP-1

      Libyan soldiers load at the back of a pick-up truck cartridge belt and anti-aircraft weapons at a military base in the eastern city of Benghazi (AFP Photo / MARCO LONGARI)
      http://img.rt.com/files/politics/moscow-libya-un-gaddafi-no-fly-zone-003/soldiers-cartridge-truck-belt.si.jpg

      http://rt.com/politics/moscow-libya-un-gaddafi-no-fly-zone-003/

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    15. Doctor Mustafa Saleh al-Orfali said 17 people had been killed

      Resident Abdallah Bubakr told AFP rebels turned up at the military base, demanding weapons to take to the front at Raslanuf, an oil town further west
      that rebels later on Friday claimed to have captured from Gaddafi's forces.

      "Two cars rode up with people at the place and said they wanted weapons to take to Raslanuf.
      They entered the store and just after they left Rajma, there was the first explosion, followed five minutes later by another," he said.
      COMMENT June 14, 2014 at 5:37 PM




      http://felixfeatures.photoshelter.com/image?_bqG=32&_bqH=eJwzSy3yiqp0scwJzS6PyHFN1nWpMDMICUgOiAq1MjY3sTI1sDI0AAIrz3iXYGfbpNS89IzEqkxtNTA_3tHPxbYEyA4Ndg2K93SxDQWprTAMzEty9o8qMw5Ui3d0DrEtTk0sSs4AAN0BILA-I_IDI0000reVfhZxNeSU

      WATCH THE HAND


      http://felixfeatures.photoshelter.com/image?_bqG=31&_bqH=eJwzSy3yiqp0scwJzS6PyHFN1nWpMDMICUgOiAq1MjY3sTI1sDI0AAIrz3iXYGfbpNS89IzEqkxtNTA_3tHPxbYEyA4Ndg2K93SxDQWprTAMzEty9o8qMw5Ui3d0DrEtTk0sSs4AAN0BILA-I_IDI0000dIXf6niv4tI
      Wounded and dead bodies are received in high numbers at Jala hospital in Benghazi. On the evening of March 4, a huge deposit of ammunition exploded and killed approximately 20 people outside of Benghazi. Rebels claim that it was Gaddafi's forces that did this, others fear that it was an accident caused by the rebels themselves. Benghazi is now in the hands of the rebels. On 17 February 2011 Libya saw the beginnings of a revolution against the 41 year regime of Col Muammar Gaddafi.

      http://felixfeatures.photoshelter.com/image?_bqG=33&_bqH=eJwzSy3yiqp0scwJzS6PyHFN1nWpMDMICUgOiAq1MjY3sTI1sDI0AAIrz3iXYGfbpNS89IzEqkxtNTA_3tHPxbYEyA4Ndg2K93SxDQWprTAMzEty9o8qMw5Ui3d0DrEtTk0sSs4AAN0BILA-I_IDI0000_NqEwEtcV28




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    16. comment May 21, 2014 at 6:50 PM The burning of Pro Gaddafi soldiers


      Or perhaps they were killed by insurgents in battle or executed after capture
      and rebel forces or sympathizers burned their bodies after their deaths.
      Amer Saad mentions the execution of another fifty “African mercenaries”
      and two “conspirators.” The rebel atrocity videos contain evidence of both summary executions and lynchings.

      But is there any reason to believe that the rebels would burn the corpses of Libyan soldiers?
      Well, as a matter of fact there is. Correspondent Jean-Louis Le Touzet of the French daily Libération was recently embedded with rebel forces in Misrata.
      His report suggests that while the rebels reserve a decent burial for their own, they regularly dispose of the bodies of enemy soldiers precisely by burning them.


      Le Touzet accompanied the rebels to the Tameen Insurance Building,
      a strategic structure in downtown Misrata that they had only captured from loyalist forces the day before.
      A former employee of the company told him that the rebels had removed two bodies from the building, “thrown them in a pick up and burned them on the way to the port.”
      Le Touzet saw bodies still lying on the grounds outside the building.
      As for a dead comrade, one of the rebels explained, “We haven’t been able to collect him, but we’re going to bury him in the Cemetery of the Martyrs of February 20th.”

      And as for a dead loyalist soldier? “We’re going to burn him,” a rebel told Le Touzet and then spit on the ground.

      http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Peace/2011/05/04/Libya--Did-CNN-Present-A-Rebel-Atrocity-As-A-Gaddafi-Atrocity

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  13. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Hafed.alghwell@post.harvard.edu
    WAR CRIMES AGAINST LIBYA Washington – Feb. 22, 2011
    -- Libyans are under siege. Each and every Libyan knows that protesting is
    a death sentence yet they continue to take to the streets.
    The Gaddafi regime has declared war against the people of Libya, stating that it
    would fight to the very last bullet.

    As of February 21, 2011, the International Coalition Against War Criminals has reported
    519 deaths, 3,980 wounded and at least 1,500 missing in Libya since the start of demonstrations a few days ago.
    The numbers being reported by Libyans on the ground are much higher, with thousands more injured.

    http://libyancivilwar.blogspot.com/2011/09/massacring-protesters-really.html


    Minister Defense Barghati interview [ 18 february 2013]:
    Since beginning revolution February 17 Number of Missing 22.000 and 30.000 died

    http://lp.medicolibya.com/?page_id=14
    rebel martyr list 625 missing medicolibiya

    *
    "Barely six weeks into the invasion, British officials were already boasting that NATO had killed over 35,000 such human beings
    (in the usual euphemistic way, of course - “We estimate that [Gaddafi] has around 30 per cent of his ground forces capability remaining,” is how one British official put it, after estimating an initial ‘capability’ of 50,000)."

    http://rebelgriot.blogspot.com/2012/08/when-are-humans-not-human-libya.html


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  14. http://photouploads.com/?v=askarytft.jpg
    a dozen people held in a court building on 24 february ?

    http://nazret.com/blog/index.php/racism-rears-its-ugly-face-in-libya-uprising-live-on-tv?blog=15

    http://nazret.com/blog/media/merkato/africansinlibya.jpg

    Suspected African mercenaries sit in a room in a court as they are held by anti-government protesters, in Benghazi February 24, 2011.
    About a dozen people were being held in a court building who residents said were ''mercenaries'' backing Gaddafi.
    Some were said to be African and others from southern Libya.Credit: Reuters/Asmaa Waguih

    http://photouploads.com/?v=askarybtb.jpg

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6j0TCxiTuLc

    *

    11 here

    http://photouploads.com/?v=benghazisu.jpg

    , behind the white sweater boy looks like taheer issa , 1 of the 3 chadian boys

    http://photouploads.com/?v=benghaymy.jpg

    *


    "five" Benghazi bodies

    Here is one more video of the "five" Benghazi bodies. This one seems to originate directly form the camera phone. The timestamp is UTC 2011-02-20 12:17:58

    http://libyancivilwar.blogspot.com/2011/08/gaddafi-burning-soldiers-alive-really.html
    Comment November 11, 2011 at 4:10 PM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qZeTYoz01hw&bpctr=1400853637



    on the top floor of the courthouse building in ‘free’ Benghazi, six West African men shuffled nervously under the stern gaze of Arab youths.
    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1360457/Libya-Inside-Benghazi-court-Gaddafis-mercenaries.html

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0sPZA5E7DLY

    http://photouploads.com/images/benghazimo.jpg

    6 body sacks with charred remains
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    21 feb 2011
    http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/blog/2011/feb/21/libya-uprising-middle-east-protests

    The news agency also has some horrific detail about the reports that soldiers who refused to fire on civilians were executed by their commanding officers.
    Elsanous Ali Eldorsi, a retired judge in Benghazi, said:

    We have buried today 11 bodies of soldiers
    who refused to fire on civilians and were executed by Gaddafi officers ...
    The bodies were cut, heads in one side and legs in the other … It is a crime what is happening here.

    *

    4. Violations committed by opposition groups. The Commission received several accounts of attacks on migrant workers carried out by armed opposition groups. […]

    Another case reported to the Commission related to
    the extra-judicial killing of five Chadian nationals
    who had been arrested on the basis of their nationality,
    and taken to the military barracks in Benghazi.

    Dozens of armed persons either in military style or civilian clothing were said to have poured kerosene on their bodies and burned them to death on 21 February. 

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W8g0MMFiP58


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  15. dernah - shahat mix up


    school shahat

    http://photouploads.com/?v=shahat2sch.jpg

    http://photouploads.com/?v=shahat3sch.jpg

    http://photouploads.com/?v=shahatscho.jpg

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    school dernah

    http://photouploads.com/?v=askarytut.jpg


    http://photouploads.com/?v=askarygzg.jpg

    school dernah

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=asw8YgIIEN8

    @0.33 taheer issa the 3 chadian boys

    *

    http://photouploads.com/?v=askaryeje.jpg

    http://photouploads.com/?v=askaryehe.jpg

    http://photouploads.com/?v=askaryzvz.jpg

    army captured and tortured in dernah

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  16. 22 – nine men
    http://libyen-sos-germany.de/_Media/5-02-11-51_med.jpeg


    http://libyancivilwar.blogspot.com/2011/04/al-baida-massacre-further-behind-scenes.html


    http://libyancivilwar.blogspot.com/2011/08/gaddafi-burning-soldiers-alive-really.html


    https://www.facebook.com/libyafacts/posts/787256004619090
    Libiyan army forced to confess they are mercenaries in Shahat
    Al Jarah barracks , battalion Hussein Jawafa , Shahat

    *
    He claims to be one of nine who didn't make it onto the bus
    As Omar tells it: the day after he arrived at the base in al-Baida,
    a group of minibuses came to transport him and 70 others into town for a protest.

    He claims to be one of nine
    who didn't make it onto the bus — there wasn't enough room — and he was forced to stay behind.

    http://libyancivilwar.blogspot.com/2011/10/mercenary-myths-aruba-school-captives.html

    http://libyancivilwar.blogspot.com/2011/11/video-study-mercenaries-surrender-in.html

    where nine military/civilian prisoners are condemned to death
    In a recent update to "Behind the Scenes," I finally mentioned the link to L'Abraq Air Base; according to a fairly credible video, the soldiers sentenced to die were captured at this airport just east of al Baida.
    http://libyancivilwar.blogspot.com/2011/10/al-baida-massacre-iii-three-killings-in.html

    http://12-7-9-11.blogspot.com/2011/03/behind-scenes-of-al-baida-massacre.html

    Furthermore, I can see bodies that could quite possibly be captives #1, #3, and #7 in there as well, but from there I run out of clear potential matches.
    It would seem the distinctive-looking captives #2 and 4 are not among those filmed the next morning.

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    Replies
    1. http://libyancivilwar.blogspot.com/2012/05/behind-scenes-original-article-march.html

      http://libyancivilwar.blogspot.com/2011/04/al-baida-massacre-further-behind-scenes.html

      http://libyancivilwar.blogspot.com/2011/04/behind-scenes-of-al-baida-massacre.html

      http://libyancivilwar.blogspot.com/2011/10/al-baida-massacre-iii-three-killings-in.html
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      http://i133.photobucket.com/albums/q62/chainsawmoth/al-Baida_prisoners1-6.jpg

      soldier asking for muja / water @ 17.21 . 17.23



      http://photouploads.com/?v=askaryapa.jpg



      http://photouploads.com/?v=askaryoho.jpg


      http://photouploads.com/?v=askaryhoh.jpg

      http://photouploads.com/?v=askaryvev.jpg

      2

      *
      http://photouploads.com/?v=askarymlm.jpg

      http://photouploads.com/?v=askaryfsf.jpg


      http://photouploads.com/?v=askaryrmr.jpg

      http://photouploads.com/?v=askarylol.jpg

      http://photouploads.com/?v=askaryuru.jpg

      white sweater boys 2

      *

      http://photouploads.com/?v=askaryjlj.jpg
      2 boys next to white sweater boys


      *
      http://photouploads.com/?v=askarytzt.jpg

      http://photouploads.com/?v=askarysms.jpg

      2 [ 1 beheaded]



      http://photouploads.com/?v=askaryxvx.jpg

      next to beheaded man : man with green uni and man with yellow shirt 2


      http://photouploads.com/?v=askarypnp.jpg

      blue , white,blue,green,on bottom black jacket boy

      http://photouploads.com/?v=askaryppp.jpg

      http://photouploads.com/?v=askaryiki.jpg

      http://photouploads.com/?v=askaryifi.jpg

      = 5




      Mabroud Hur group 4 0r 5
      http://photouploads.com/?v=askaryrhr.jpg


      http://photouploads.com/?v=askaryulu.jpg


      http://photouploads.com/?v=askaryrhr.jpg

      19?


      http://photouploads.com/?v=askarymgm.jpg

      http://photouploads.com/?v=askarytrt.jpg

      http://photouploads.com/?v=askarybcb.jpg

      6 or 8 men


      http://photouploads.com/?v=askaryfgf.jpg


      http://photouploads.com/?v=askarybsb.jpg


      http://photouploads.com/?v=askaryapa.jpg



      27 men and boys soldiers and civilians total ?


      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=07EUR5a2v2A
      @ 17.06
      -------

      https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=674445709236480&set=a.536936526320733.134959.534331456581240&type=1&theater


      فايت ترهونــــي

      Martyr Mabroud alHur the first of the martyrs who have fallen
      in defense of the homeland and killed treacherously

      http://s133.photobucket.com/user/chainsawmoth/media/al-Baida_prisoners6-9.jpg.html

      He came from tarhuna and was a craftsman , no soldier

      *

      a later vid gives 22 slaughtered bodies

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F7EZkM3Cy2s

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    2. http://photouploads.com/?v=askarytrt.jpg

      man with blue uni and green socks on top of pic

      http://photouploads.com/?v=askarynen.jpg

      https://www.facebook.com/libyafacts/posts/787256004619090

      Libiyan army forced to confess they are mercenaries in Shahat
      Al Jarah barracks , battalion Hussein Jawafa , Shahat

      Delete
    3. because the list of victims May 28, 2014 at 3:13 PM do show some mixed up links : here a clean list :

      group 1

      Mabroud Hur group = 4 victims
      http://s7.directupload.net/images/140703/tks86lsp.jpg

      http://s14.directupload.net/images/140703/2wdctctw.jpg



      group 2

      = group on the right of mabroud hur group = 5 victims

      http://s7.directupload.net/images/140703/gdowgivh.jpg

      http://s14.directupload.net/images/140703/cp9f3rvz.jpg

      http://photouploads.com/?v=askaryppp.jpg

      http://photouploads.com/?v=askaryiki.jpg

      http://photouploads.com/?v=askaryifi.jpg




      group 3 = 2 victims

      http://photouploads.com/?v=askaryxvx.jpg
      green uni + yellow shirt




      group 4 = 2 victims , 1 beheaded

      http://photouploads.com/images/askarytzt.jpg



      group 5 and 6 = 4 victims

      http://photouploads.com/?v=askarymlm.jpg

      http://photouploads.com/?v=askaryfsf.jpg


      http://photouploads.com/?v=askaryrmr.jpg

      http://photouploads.com/?v=askarylol.jpg

      http://photouploads.com/?v=askaryuru.jpg

      white sweater boys 2

      http://photouploads.com/?v=askaryjlj.jpg
      2 boys next to white sweater boys
      -----------------------------

      group 7

      Zawiya soldier group = 2 victims
      http://photouploads.com/images/askarynmn.jpg

      http://s133.photobucket.com/user/chainsawmoth/media/al-Baida_prisoners123.jpg.html?sort=3&o=63
      http://photouploads.com/?v=askarynmn.jpg
      http://photouploads.com/?v=askaryoho.jpg

      http://s133.photobucket.com/user/chainsawmoth/media/al-Baida_Dying_soldier.jpg.html?sort=3&o=52

      -------------------------------------------------

      group 8 = 6 or 8 victims


      http://photouploads.com/?v=askarytrt.jpg

      http://photouploads.com/?v=askarybcb.jpg

      6 or 8 men

      http://photouploads.com/?v=askaryfgf.jpg

      http://photouploads.com/?v=askarybsb.jpg

      http://photouploads.com/?v=askaryapa.jpg





      Delete
    4. The twenty-two men lie in groups, face down,

      inside what appears to be a sheep pen on a desert road.

      Most have had their hands bound behind them with plastic flexi-cuffs.

      Each has been shot in the back of the head.

      After a week of insistent rumours of human rights abuses,

      powerful evidence has emerged for at least one mass execution of prisoners
      in Libya. What is uncertain though, is who are the men, and who killed them.

      Tom Coghlan Ras Jdir, Tunisia
      Published at 12:01AM, March 2 2011

      The footage, passed to The Times by Tunisian human rights activists,
      was shot on a mobile phone on about February 23

      www.thetimes.co.uk/tto/news/.../article2930353.ece


      http://www.thetimes.co.uk/tto/multimedia/archive/00123/83158935_Libya_123398c.jpg

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    5. Shortly after, 230 protester deaths were reported,
      prompting the UN to accuse the Libyan government of committing crimes against humanity.
      http://jurist.org/feature/2011/06/libya.php


      27 men and boys soldiers and civilians total ? #Mabroud Hur group

      Swiss TV reported today, a policeman from Al Baida told them that Anti-Gaddafi-protesters in Al Baida killed 200 Gaddafi supporters, who were quickly described as mercenaries.

      An amateur video shows the bodies of some 130 slain soldiers with their hands tied behind their backs. The mutinous soldiers were shot dead in al-Baida near the eastern city of Benghazi.
      *
      Some of the soldiers were captured and about 20 were held in a large room
      of the mosque for a few days before being moving to a location farther away,
      said Ashraf Sadaga, a member of the Prophet's Companions Committee,
      which oversees the area. The location is secret and the soldiers are being protected from the wrath of the city's residents, he said.raja.abdulrahim@latimes.com
      http://articles.latimes.com/2011/feb/23/world/la-fgw-libya-color-20110224

      Thursday February 24 2011 Mustafa Mohamed Abdel-Jalil, (...) was due to pass judgment
      on about 100 captured pro-Gaddafi troops, both Libyans and African mercenaries.
      The Khamis Brigade, one of the regime's special forces units made its last stand at the local airport.
      http://www.independent.ie/world-news/middle-east/fledgling-state-takes-shape-in-the-east-26707695.html

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  17. 40 soldiers


    The man said he was guarding the gates of the militia base in central Al Berka Square

    http://libyancivilwar.blogspot.com/2011/10/mercenary-myths-confession-in-benghazi.html

    How many people had he seen killed that night? About 40 members of the militia





    http://photouploads.com/images/askarynon.jpg
    askary benghazi fadheel 40 soldiers standing alive and quiet outside




    comment May 25, 2012 at 3:06 PM "There was a room with 30 or 40 body bags
    and they were still open.
    http://libyancivilwar.blogspot.com/2011/10/mercenary-myths-confession-in-benghazi.html


    http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/article38570.htm
    Jalil Admits Ghadafi Did Not Kill Protesters

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  18. "That is where the anti-aircraft gun was and that is where all the African mercenaries
    were found dead," said Mohamed Fatah, who was part of the throng
    that attacked the base.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?NR=1&feature=endscreen&v=gI3kL5gIVBI


    “They are still out there,” said the doctor who pronounced him dead.
    “These mercenaries who are hired by Gaddafi are lurking in the shadows.”
    Wherever they are hiding, they must be running out of arms.

    All day defecting troops and officers were lugging in thousands of pounds of ammunition
    to a courtyard inside the secret police headquarters on Bengazi’s waterfront.

    By the day’s end an arsenal that could easily supply an army brigade was piled up.
    There were plastic explosives, rockets, machine guns and even the anti-aircraft weapon
    that was used to mow down demonstrators as they assaulted the military base
    on Sunday. [= 20 february]
    http://www.theguardian.com/world/2011/feb/23/inside-libya-banghazi-jubilation


    22 -2-2011
    1 - a group of officers who resist the national oppression of the tyrant and stood with their people against tyranny have formed at Camp martyr Saleh Boiasir ( Camp milkfish ) Benghazi the nucleus of the armed force of the rebels
    معسكر السلمانى Salmani camp

    http://www.firstpost.com/topic/place/libya-video-oGF-RbTWlgs-613-1.html

    On Sunday, armed protesters using strategies similar to their comrades at the Katiba overwhelmed the security headquarters in Hawari and began acquiring more weapons there.

    URGENT | Monitoring | Libya: now in Benghazi Security Directorate fall entirely in the hands of the rebels and raise the independence flag 2011-02-19, 22:59:40



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    Replies
    1. فرج الترهوني Faraj Altarhuni :

      When the special forces took the members of battalion-Fadil Abu Omar, "injection 'blood" hoq ladima

      out on Sunday, February 20th, 2011 at eight o'clock pm' almost '
      my youngest brother Muftah was with me in area Ahumaidh

      when some young people carrying weapons from Bayda has grabbed a military-dark skinned from the battalion

      my brother and I and a young man named Saad Jazawi prevented these young people who said this was a mercenary to stab

      .. it became clear to me that he belonged to Libyan tribe Awlad Suleiman and Sabha and he told me that he and a group of soldiers from Sabha
      came to the battalion holy in the afternoon and were stationed on the buildings adjacent to the battalion with a wireless device ..

      but as there are young people who want to harm him me and my brother and young Saad Jazawi
      took him to the headquarters of the North Benghazi Court

      on February 21, 2011 the Libyan darkskinned military with 4 people with dark skin were presented
      as African mercenaries on satellite channels ..
      and who presented them as mercenaries are just a handful of coalition February 17
      https://ar-ar.facebook.com/LNN.Libya/photos/a.229686290515750.1073741842.170862659731447/343417705809274/?type=1

      *
      http://libyancivilwar.blogspot.nl/2011/12/dr-ali-tarhouni-and-true-voice-of.html

      http://www.benzinga.com/11/03/958264/wow-that-was-fast-libyan-rebels-have-already-established-a-new-central-bank-of-libya#ixzz1I0pGHh4V

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    2. some young people from Bayda carrying weapons

      http://s7.directupload.net/images/140721/mc4vf7sf.jpg
      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B10rDekLQ8Y
      @0.51 – 0.58

      http://s133.photobucket.com/user/chainsawmoth/media/Libyan%20Civil%20War/mercs_Shahet_2.jpg.html
      shahat


      http://photouploads.com/images/benghazifo.jpg
      benghazi
      http://libyancivilwar.blogspot.com/2011/05/battle-for-labraq-airport-saids-story.html

      comment July 3, 2014 at 10:03 AM

      *
      The body of a dead soldier, which the hospital and the rebels claim to be a foreign mercenary, at the morgue in Jalo general hospital in Benghazi.

      http://felixfeatures.photoshelter.com/image?_bqG=454&_bqH=eJwzSy3yiqp0scwJzS6PyHFN1nWpMDMICUgOiAq1MjY3sTI1sDI0AAIrz3iXYGfbpNS89IzEqkxtNTA_3tHPxbYEyA4Ndg2K93SxDQWprTAMzEty9o8qMw5Ui3d0DrEtTk0sSs4AAN0BILA-I_IDI0000j2k8PoFKSQw

      *

      Another photographer, Mads Nissen shot the Charred remains are stored in the morgue of Jalo general hospital in Benghazi. with the subscript The hospital claims that they were Gaddafi's soldiers killed and set alight by protesters.
      On 17 February 2011 Libya saw the beginnings of a revolution against the 41 year regime of Col Muammar Gaddafi. ">alleged charred remains, much later on February 28 at Jalo Hospital in Benghazi

      Nissen also reckons in this photo that 150-200 civilians were killed in Tobruk (no video confirmation anywhere) area alone,showing allegedly a former Captain who has changed sides and looks out over Tobrus firmly in rebel hands.
      http://libyancivilwar.blogspot.com/2011/10/mercenary-myths-aruba-school-captives.html


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  19. CBS/AP February 18, 2011, 12:13 PM
    Other eyewitnesses in Berka district in Benghazi said African refugees carrying Gadhafi pictures and green flags were bussed in, chanting, "Long live Gadhafi."

    The move to restore Gadhafi's image came as the Libyan opposition said police in some cities had gone over to the protesters.

    According to Mohammed Ali Abdullah, deputy leader of the exiled National Front for the Salvation of Libya, said that because local police and residents in the town of Beyida belong to the same tribe, "it was impossible for the police to keep attacking its own people." His account could not be independently verified.

    http://www.cbsnews.com/news/dozens-reported-killed-in-libya-clashes/

    on Thursday the seventeenth of February, incurring large numbers of mercenaries area
    of Sirte and Sabha, etc., their landing was spotted at the airport, located on the outskirts of the city of Casablanca
    http://libya-al-mostakbal.org/news/clicked/24446

    Der Spiegel spoke with one protester in his hospital bed, who explained how they all raged harder yet on the 18th, until rumors spread of about 400 African mercenaries being flown in to mow them down.
    http://12-7-9-11.blogspot.it/2011/03/behind-scenes-of-al-baida-massacre.html

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  20. Gaddafi’s reported use of mercenaries
    appears to have tipped the hand of many protesters and armed forces.

    “That is why we turned against the government,” said air force major Rajib Feytouni.
    “That and the fact that there was an order to use planes to attack the people.”

    http://politeching.wordpress.com/2011/02/23/libyan-fought-with-hands-and-won-against-gadhafis-forces/

    According to Saudi-owned satellite channel, Al-Arabiya, last February four planes
    with mercenaries took off from Benin and landed to Benghazi in order to help Gaddafi.[10]

    Air Force Major Rajib Feytouni said he had personally witnessed
    4,000 to 5,000 mercenaries flown into his air force base on Libyan military transport planes
    since 14 February— several days before the uprising started.

    “They (the planes) had 300 men at a time, all of them coming out with weapons.

    They were all from Africa: Ghanaians, Kenyans,” he is quoted in the Guardian.

    http://www.gatestoneinstitute.org/2025/african-mercenaries-in-libya-3

    http://libyancivilwar.blogspot.be/2011/10/al-baida-massacre-iii-three-killings-in.html

    "They have special forces bringing in from outside Libya," he said.
    "They bring from Africa some military forces, I don't know, some special army, put them in Benghazi and in Tripoli now."
    Hafed al-Ghwell, a Libyan-American activist, said his sister who lives in Tripoli and reported similar scenes.

    "They are African mercenaries, a least a big chunk of them," he said.

    http://abcnews.go.com/International/libya-benghazi-doctor-gadhafi-foreign-mercenaries-quell-protests/story?id=12972216

    Even Libya's ambassador to India confirmed the reports, telling Reuters that African mercenaries are being used to crush protests.

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  21. 16 February 2011 It added: "The clashes last night were between small groups of people - up to 150.


    One witness, who did not want to be named, told the BBC: "A couple of people in the crowd started chanting anti-government slogans and the crowd took that on.

    "But then there were clashes with pro-government supporters and then after a bit the pro-government supporters dispersed and then the security services arrived and they dispersed the crowds with hot-water cannons."

    Footage purporting to show the unrest, with protesters fleeing gunfire and a man being shot, was later posted on the internet and used by the BBC and other news organisations.

    However, subsequent inquiries suggested this was footage originally uploaded more than a year ago.
    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-africa-12477275

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    1. 16 february Benghazi


      -The director of the city's Al-Jala hospital, Abdelkarim Gubeaili, told AFP
      that 38 people were treated for light injuries.

      leaving some 38 people injured : According to .privately-owned Quryna newspaper,
      which itself quoted Abdelkrim Gubaili, described director of a local hospital,

      most of the injured were security officials.

      https://www.radio-utopie.de/2011/04/14/hidden-behind-propaganda-a-giant-crime-against-libya-is-fact/

      *
      A Witnesses told Aljazeera that many Buses of the state dropped
      a crowd of elements Revolutionary Committees, were brought from the cities of the West,
      They were loaded with clubs, knives and backed by Forces of the central support, and blocked several roads leading to the major city center
      where was the gathering of Demonstrators.

      The witnesses said that the clashes were renewed
      In Gamal Abdel Nasser Street, which is the largest street in the City.

      The witnesses said that violent clashes occurred between
      Demonstrators and elements of the so-called revolutionary committees,
      while there were reports of mobilization of military battalions

      The city, in anticipation of the upcoming demonstrations today.
      Reuters quoted a resident in Benghazi :
      " it was a Bad night" adding " There were about 500 or 600 people
      who went to the revolutionary committee (local government headquarters)
      and tried to enter the Central Revolutionary Committee And threw stones"

      Al-Jazeera distributed cellular phones of the the Company "Libyana"
      to subscribers
      http://www.leblover.com/feed/arabic_news/30862-arab-569678967.txt

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    2. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B1lyq4BW1mo
      Berka area Road blocks
      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ew2YeX82xQg

      Delete
  22. Overnight Tuesday, the oil-rich country's second city, Benghazi, was rocked by an explosion of protest rare in the 41 years of iron fisted rule by Muammar Gaddafi.

    Protesters and police clashed on several major streets,

    and about 150 demonstrators stormed into the streets on Wednesday
    demanding the release of jailed human-rights lawyer Fathi Terbil.

    "I'm really scared!" shouted one activist, Idris al-Mesmari, down the telephone to Al Jazeera Television, shortly before the police arrested him too. "They are using water cannons."
    Wednesday, Feb. 16, 2011
    http://content.time.com/time/world/article/0,8599,2049665,00.html



    Early Wednesday morning thousands of pro-Gaddafi demonstrators marched in Benghazi and the capital Tripoli, as well as smaller cities around Libya.

    http://content.time.com/time/world/article/0,8599,2049665,00.html


    the government announced that on Wednesday it would release from prison some of its most fervent opponents. About 110 Islamic militants were scheduled to be freed on Wednesday evening, some after decades in jail.

    They include about 40 members of the Libyan Islamic Fighting Group, or LIFG which a few years ago renounced violence and cut its allegiance to al-Qaeda, in a deal negotiated with Gaddafi's son Saif.

    Noman Binotman, a former leader and fighter of the LIFG, who helped negotiate the deal with Saif Gaddafi, told TIME on Wednesday that the timing of the prisoner release was coincidental rather than a response to the bubbling unrest.

    "The decision was taken three or four weeks ago," he said by phone from Tripoli.


    What the mainstream media did not report was that the backbone of the protest movement was comprised of numerous mercenaries from various groups, including al Qaeda,
    which were shipped in to Libya by the CIA in order to destablize the government and Libyan society. 

    The CIA funneled money and arms to these mercenaries
    and provided them with additional support and intel. 

    http://beforeitsnews.com/conspiracy-theories/2014/05/central-bankers-initiating-new-bloodshed-in-libya-2462876.html

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  23. Two days earlier, on 16 February, it was also reported that Islamist gunmen,
    with the help of a defecting army colonel,
    stormed an arms depot in Derna and seized 250 weapons
    and an assortment of 70 military vehicles.

    During the raid four soldiers were killed and 16 wounded.[15]

    By the end of 18 February, the only place that still housed a significant number of Gaddafi loyalists in Benghazi was the Katiba compound.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/First_Battle_of_Benghazi
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q6-aVd4c6a4

    The group calls itself the “Islamic Emirate of Barqa” after the ancient name of a region of northwest Libya, and the official said its leadership is made up of former al-Qaeda fighters previously released from jail.

    The same group was also accused by Libyan officials of hanging two soldiers only days earlier.

    http://www.frontpagemag.com/2011/frank-crimi/the-islamic-republic-of-libya/
    http://news.smh.com.au/breaking-news-world/libyan-islamists-seize-arms-take-hostages-20110221-1b19c.html


    Feb. 18 Bayda Banghazi and the town of Darnah
    A Switzerland-based Libyan opposition activist, Fathi al-Warfali, said he had reports of protesters lynching 11 captured mercenaries in Beyida, Banghazi and the town of Darnah on Friday.

    http://usatoday30.usatoday.com/news/world/2011-02-18-libya-reform_N.htm

    In Derna, according to the testimony of pro-rebellion “activist” Amer Saad, Qaddafi loyalist forces were locked in the holding cells of a local police station, and the building was set ablaze.

    http://libyanfreepress.wordpress.com/2012/04/14/the-untold-story-of-the-libyan-rebellion-la-storia-taciuta-della-rivolta-libica-eng-ita/

    Domestic armed Al Qaeda members with the help of 1000 prisoners released from Benghazi's prison by the Al Qaeda and western secret agents, started terrorising people

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M1mw7rbckUA

    not Banghazi = hanging Darnah


    Mr. El-Magri . He saw them hang him with rope from a green pedestrian bridge near the mosque.

    http://libyancivilwar.blogspot.com/2011/10/al-baida-massacre-iii-three-killings-in.html



    http://photouploads.com/?v=tobrukpoli.jpg

    http://photouploads.com/?v=tobruk2.jpg

    http://photouploads.com/?v=tobruk.jpg

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L_7RzXmgFo8
    Tobruk 17 2 2011

    http://photouploads.com/?v=askaryhvh.jpg

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    1. http://s7.directupload.net/images/140710/b5juoosm.jpg
      Martuba airport 26 km from Sahaba mosque Dernah
      83 km from bayda airport

      The Martuba Air Base is located in Martuba.
      http://www.freecontentarticles.com/encyclopedia/Martuba
      Its primary use is by the Libyan Air Force which has two sections at the base.

      The first section contains the main buildings and the hangars which contain Mil Mi-2 and Mil Mi-8 helicopters.

      The second section is the flightline containing taxiways, a ramp and a single runway.

      An Aeritalia G.222 is stored on the ramp but this section of the base appears to be a reserve facility.
      http://www.freecontentarticles.com/encyclopedia/Martuba_Air_Base
      32°34′08″N 022°45′33″E

      The site is also used for the transportation of oilfield workers from production facilities in the area.

      http://libyancivilwar.blogspot.com/2011/10/al-baida-massacre-iii-three-killings-in.html

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  24. The Derna battalion was the first to enter Tripoli.

    Yasser Ben Halim, the head of Tripoli Military Council’s Protection Force Unit. :
    We consisted of a group of 65, headed by Abdul Hakim Belhaj.
    The field commanders in rank were, Belhaj, Abdurrazaq Naami and Abdul Aalim.

    The latter stayed in Tarhouna after Tripoli was liberated; he was Belhaj’s deputy.
    He lived in Britain for a long time where he worked as a company manager.
    Source mathaba

    *
    Col. Boujela Issawi 31 8 2011
    Aware of such animosities, Tarhouna's new military commander, Col. Boujela Issawi,
    has kept the rebel presence in the town to a minimum, apparently to avoid provoking any anger.
    His fighters have set up their base at a former military camp a few miles (kilometers)
    out of town, instead of in Tarhouna itself.

    http://usatoday30.usatoday.com/news/world/story/2011-08-30/In-some-Libyan-towns-Gadhafi-supporters-dig-in/50193720/1

    http://photouploads.com/?v=zeidan2011.jpg
    - Libyan Ambassador to India Ali al-Essawi told the BBC that he was quitting, opposing his government’s violent crackdown on demonstrators.

    http://mrzine.monthlyreview.org/2011/forte200411.html
    Was al-Isawi one of Gaddafi's "hostile hidden hands" in the attacks on migrant workers back in 2000?
    *
    http://libyancivilwar.blogspot.com/2011/10/al-baida-massacre-iii-three-killings-in.html

    http://libyancivilwar.blogspot.com/2011/05/anti-black-racism-among-libyan-rebels.html


    The Senussis started out as a religious order with strongholds in Libya
    going back into the 19th century.
    http://www.adst.org/Readers/Libya.pdf

    PRATT: They traced their ancestry back to the Saudi Arabian peninsula.

    http://abagond.wordpress.com/2013/01/15/arab-racism-against-blacks/

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  25. Casablanca / Bayda on February 16

    Launched February 17 revolution from the city of Casablanca on February 16
    from the junction spark which was known before the revolution مفترق الطلحي Crossroads Ettalhi

    http://photouploads.com/?v=askaryiqi.jpg

    burning a police car at the crosroads at-talhi

    http://photouploads.com/?v=uprisingal.jpg
    Somebody burning inside the police car?

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S2Wd1nFMwyc
    Libyan citizens set light to the regime security centre in Al-Beida Feb 16th '11

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=52jWwgse5iA

    http://photouploads.com/?v=askaryjwj.jpg
    security building Al-Beida

    The two policemen who were trying to disperse protesters that swept the city on
    Wednesday [16 february ] were hanged after protesters managed to hold them,
    Oea newspaper reported on its website.

    http://news.xinhuanet.com/english2010/world/2011-02/19/c_13739109.htm

    We had on that day in Al Bayda city only 300 protesters.
    When they killed two people, we had more than 5,000 at their
    funeral, and when they killed 15 people the next day, we had more than
    50,000 the following day.
    http://wikileaks.org/gifiles/docs/12/1265099_re-fwd-s3-libya-libyan-diplomat-says-cities-near-border-w.html


    *
    ... The newspaper said the demonstrators hanged two security in the Libyan city of Casablanca , located 200 kilometers east of Benghazi . ( AFP )

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BwetAqpDPAE
    Hanging security man @ door bayda


    *

    "Ahmed Ahmed Ibrahim showed video footage he had captured on his mobile telephone of an African mercenary hanging from a meat-hook in an Al Bayda doorway. "
    http://www.countercurrents.org/janson160611.htm

    *

    -Human Rights Watch reported in July that rebel forces lynched many black migrant workers as suspected mercenaries

    and dragged 20 Gaddafi officials from their homes and hung them in Al Baida,

    February 18, 2011 According to Mohammed Ali Abdullah, deputy leader of the exiled National Front for the Salvation of Libya, said that because local police and residents in the town of Beyida belong to the same tribe, "it was impossible for the police to keep attacking its own people." His account could not be independently verified.
    http://www.cbsnews.com/news/dozens-reported-killed-in-libya-clashes/

    Calling itself the “Islamist Emirate of Baraqa,” the group, assisted by Libyan Army Colonel Adnan al-Nwisri, [...]
    The gunmen also took both civilians and Libyan soldiers as hostages
    in the nearby port city of Al-Baida,

    threatening to kill them unless the siege of that city was lifted by Libyan security forces.


    http://www.frontpagemag.com/2011/frank-crimi/the-islamic-republic-of-libya/


    *
    “The evidence provided by these videos makes clear that the rebels' conception of warfare has more in common with that of Al-Qaeda than that of the Geneva Conventions,”
    explained John Rosenthal in a piece for the U.S.-based Hudson Institute.

    “The abuses documented in the videos could serve as textbook examples
    of precisely the sort of savagery that the Geneva Conventions were supposed to prevent.”

    http://www.thenewamerican.com/world-news/africa/item/8341-nato-rebels-accused-of-war-crimes-in-libya

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  26. Mosque Revolution ( Othman Ibn Affan )
    http://photouploads.com/?v=askaryuru.jpg

    Casablanca / Bayda on February 16
    eyewitness is the imam of a mosque in the city of Casablanca :
    The eyewitness Ahmed Hussein Aldaakhi said in a statement to the jazeera
    that he saw with his own eyes on the ground, three dead and four demonstrators wounded , adding that the police fired live bullets at the demonstrators after the demonstrators surrounded the headquarters of the internal security in the city of Casablanca .

    الخميس 17 فبراير 2011
    وذكر شاهد العيان أحمد الحسين في تصريح للجزيرة نت أنه شاهد بأم عينه ثلاثة قتلى على الأرض وأربعة جرحى، مشيرا
    إلى أن الشرطة أطلقت الرصاص الحي على المتظاهرين بعد أن حاصروا مقر الأمن الداخلي في مدينة البيضاء.


    Earlier, Sheikh Ahmed Aldaakhi reported that four hundred people were still stationed until Wednesday evening in Casablanca areas ( crossroads Ettalhi )
    and are calling for fall of the regime .

    *
    A secret United States diplomatic cable from 2008, published last January by Britain's Daily Telegraph newspaper, asserts: "Unlike the rest of the country, sermons in eastern Libyan mosques are laced with phraseology urging worshippers to support jihad in Iraq and elsewhere through direct participation or financial contributions."
    http://www.dw.de/questions-abound-over-algeria-libya-connection/a-15353011






    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DTwxOsunTiw
    ثلاثة قتلى بمظاهرات ليبيا وإصابة 38 شخصا
    Uploaded on Feb 16, 2011

    ثلاثة قتلى بمظاهرات ليبيا وإصابة 38 شخصا

    *
    02-16-2011, 09:29 Bayda
    The source added that the demonstrators set fire to the headquarters of the traffic police
    in bayda and smashed its contents.
    Also burned two cars in front of the Homeland Security.

    The sources said that the number of protesters are more than 1,500 residents of the city

    However, the sources complained of the lack of response from Al-Jazeera for what is happening though they contacted them several times 02-16-2011, 09:32

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mn9o2a8IJkI

    Awad Elfeituri, from the Libyan Information Centre, a Doha-based organisation
    that has been using contacts
    in the country to get information regarding the revolt out to the wider world,
    spoke to Al Jazeera about the significance of the flag.

    Ahmed Elgazir, a human rights researcher at the Libyan News Centre (LNC)
    also told Al Jazeera that security forces were "massacring" protesters in Tripoli
    .Elgazir said the LNC, based in Geneva, Switzerland, received a call for help from a woman "witnessing the massacre in progress who called on a satellite phone".
    http://blogs.aljazeera.net/africa/2011/02/17/live-blog-libya blog on events in Libya

    THURSDAY, February 17 4:02 AM: Al Jazeera reports that the names of the two people killed in Al-Beida were Khaled ElNaji Khanfar and Ahmad Shoushaniya. They say at least 38 other people were injured in Al-Beida.

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  27. bayda Feb. 17.


    child actor bayda black sweater

    http://photouploads.com/?v=askaryele.jpg
    http://photouploads.com/?v=askarycpc.jpg

    http://photouploads.com/?v=askarywpw.jpg
    http://photouploads.com/?v=askarybjb.jpg
    http://photouploads.com/?v=askaryimi.jpg

    same boy ?
    http://photouploads.com/?v=askaryili.jpg
    location : in front of building where mercenary ( ( girl ) ) .rouqia fawzi mabrouk lived

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xUVLRUfloQw&bpctr=1400598838

    the proof that the base Hussein Jawafa was taken on february 17

    *

    http://photouploads.com/?v=askaryvpv.jpg

    white jacket boy slitting the troath of a soldier

    http://photouploads.com/?v=askaryppp.jpg


    http://photouploads.com/?v=askaryrfr.jpg

    http://photouploads.com/?v=askaryoyo.jpg

    http://photouploads.com/?v=askaryili.jpg

    *

    http://photouploads.com/?v=askaryada.jpg

    white jacket boy on the car displaying two lynched soldiers


    http://photouploads.com/?v=askarykill.jpg
    bayda lynched soldiers on top of car


    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gE2B4UbGd-E
    Bayda lynching
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zAa4NwlEB1c
    bus @ 0.45 @ 0.52 – 1.02

    @ 1.11 the jaber alchouda/alkhafifi Day 16
    http://photouploads.com/?v=askaryjij.jpg

    where they were exited at the crossroads Ettalhi Day 16
    http://photouploads.com/?v=albaydaloc.jpg


    *

    http://photouploads.com/?v=askarytzt.jpg
    the jaber alchouda/alkhafifi Ajdebiya Day 17

    http://photouploads.com/?v=shedalchou.jpg
    Khafifi Hussein Khalifa and Sheikh Salem Jaber.
    http://libyancivilwar.blogspot.com/2012/08/shed-massacre-annivesrsary.html

    bottom left front : mast / bazari
    https://scontent-b-ams.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-prn1/t1.0-9/p180x540/1011942_681868821839904_2067266590_n.jpg

    http://libyancivilwar.blogspot.com/2012/08/shed-massacre-annivesrsary.html

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    1. correction : the jaber alchouda/alkhafifi Ajdebiya Day 17

      http://s7.directupload.net/images/140614/vcezbya7.jpg


      Delete
  28. 70 men Day 17

    "Whoever went in the bus [that first day] to the protest never came back."
    "Omar says he was sent to the town of al-Baida in eastern Libya

    to participate in a pro-Gaddafi demonstration on Feb. 16.

    As Omar tells it: the day after he arrived at the base in al-Baida,
    a group of minibuses came
    to transport him and 70 others into town for a protest.

    This was a different 70 from the men he arrived with, Omar says;
    many of his fellow captives were men flown in from Sabha.

    Says he, "Whoever went in the bus [that first day] to the protest never came back."
    http://libyancivilwar.blogspot.com/2011/10/mercenary-myths-aruba-school-captives.html


    http://libyancivilwar.blogspot.com/2011/07/february-19s-death-toll-in-benghazi.html


    Masquerarding as pro-Gaddafi partisans, they duped the mercenaries,
    who were described as French-speaking Africans,
    captured them and then dragged them into the streets of Al Bayda, Libya's third largest city. By Adrian Blomfield, Salloum

    http://libyancivilwar.blogspot.com/2011/08/video-study-al-baida-snipers.html
    *
    http://photouploads.com/?v=askaryfjf.jpg
    shahat libya after facing struggles from soliders.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bhadN2-Y0Cg
    *
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O0b1HOE7eRo&bpctr=1400598556

    Unknown Location (2/19) - Bodies of mercenaries

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L0CFsie6dFA

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zKzLBjHois4&bpctr=1400243958


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  29. shahat hussein jaweifa barracks entrance left handed captain : @2.08
    besides his hand he is invisible ,
    http://photouploads.com/images/askarywww.jpg

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ymS7pJWdIhM

    decides who is chosen to throw the gelateen bombs to burn the locked up people
    http://photouploads.com/images/askaryiqi.jpg

    in the nearby city of al-Bayda, where the burnt bodies of 48 soldiers were found
    at a military barracks, the federation said, quoting unnamed humanitarian and academic sources.
    http://libyancivilwar.blogspot.com/2011/10/al-baida-massacre-iii-three-killings-in.html


    http://photouploads.com/images/askaryaza.jpg
    the pink hood wearing a white jacket is holding the machete in his right hand?

    http://photouploads.com/images/askaryini.jpg
    at the door of the building near the entrance that has to be burned ,
    here with black jacket



    http://photouploads.com/images/askaryoyo.jpg
    left handed decision maker labraq
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F_jU8Ds0uEk
    @ 0.58

    labraq : a new batch of “mercenaries”
    http://photouploads.com/images/askaryjlj.jpg



    interrogation place : the “ imam “ left or right handed?

    http://s133.photobucket.com/user/chainsawmoth/media/al-Baida_captor2.jpg.html?sort=3&o=59

    http://s133.photobucket.com/user/chainsawmoth/media/al_Baida_spectators.jpg.html?sort=3&o=56

     Captor #2, "the Imam" I'll call him, stands to the camera's left, just barely on screen in parts. We can see he's not tall, but has a long, dark, unruly beard, a good-sized nose, and soft, pink, chubby hands.

    http://libyancivilwar.blogspot.com/2012/05/behind-scenes-original-article-march.html

    Sheikh Munir Saaiti .. imam Revolution (Othman Ibn Affan) Bayda

    *
    An amateur video shows the bodies of some 130 slain soldiers with their hands
    tied behind their backs.
    The mutinous soldiers were shot dead in al-Baida near the eastern city of Benghazi.
    http://www.presstv.ir/detail/166757.html

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    1. compare :

      Captor #2, "the Imam" I'll call him, stands to the camera's left, just barely on screen in parts. We can see he's not tall, but has a long, dark, unruly beard, a good-sized nose, and soft, pink, chubby hands.


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      http://s1.directupload.net/images/140625/wsv4upcq.jpg

      imam Hanni Terra photo julien fouchet

      http://www.lejdd.fr/International/Afrique/Actualite/Al-Qaida-s-implique-en-Libye-293649?from=headlines
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      http://s7.directupload.net/images/140626/msadvq5c.jpg
      benghazi court house executioner

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    2. shahat military camp

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3nPg1YThjdo

      @7.16
      the attackers used machine guns confiscated
      from shahat military camp
      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uFI6-2-UQXI


      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kBGydL8To44
      and confiscated @ 0.41
      19 february the battle against fadheel battallion , the attackers used machine guns confiscated from shahat military camp

      *
      lefthanded indicate who to live and who to die

      http://s1.directupload.net/images/140704/sgkuy6ze.jpg

      *
      lefthanded 1
      black hat lefthanded in wooden room labraq
      http://s14.directupload.net/images/140704/pbz8lylu.jpg

      http://s14.directupload.net/images/140704/nprdknvk.jpg
      black hat location shahat base ?
      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zKzLBjHois4&bpctr=1404470320
      @1.05

      http://s14.directupload.net/images/140704/l2seka3s.jpg
      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kBGydL8To44
      @0.09

      *
      lefthanded 2 shahat base
      http://s1.directupload.net/images/140704/4tcn77x7.jpg

      second lefthanded on the right shahat base @ 1.36

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zKzLBjHois4&bpctr=1404470320

      lefthanded 2
      http://s14.directupload.net/images/140704/wpr8j25k.jpg
      http://s1.directupload.net/images/140704/hf3rhfsv.jpg

      Some of the elements of the battalion Jaafar who are with the families of the people in Shahat
      has obtained the full Health Care
      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TC8VBylwzKQ
      lefthanded 2 @0.38

      http://s14.directupload.net/images/140704/2z54boga.jpg
      http://s1.directupload.net/images/140704/gay996r7.jpg
      *

      They finally surrendered, 200 of them.
      “We attacked the Kitab from three sides,’’ says Salah Said Mohammad.
      “We used pick-up trucks and an excavator. After two days, we opened negotiations with the solders inside. They finally surrendered, 200 of them.“

      Some of them, Libyans who said they would no longer fight for Gadhafi,
      we released, sent them back to their families.

      The wounded were treated at a field clinic that we established here.
      “The dead and the rest of the prisoners, the mercenaries, we sent to the authorities in Al Bayda.’’

      http://www.thestar.com/news/world/2011/04/08/dimanno_shahats_citizens_may_take_secret_to_their_grave.html
      http://libyancivilwar.blogspot.com/2011/07/video-study-rebels-attack-libyan.html

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    3. lefthanded 3

      http://s1.directupload.net/images/140705/j9ksppef.jpg
      wooden room labraq
      http://s7.directupload.net/images/140627/9risupni.jpg

      Bayda Wolf = a Bohlaiqah ?



      http://www.qurynanew.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/DSC_0046.jpg

      Salah بوحليقة Bohlaiqah Bohadi , Quorthabia Sirte airport


      buliqa eastern region of so-called battalion Martyrs zawiya

      in the middle of pic at juweifa base 17 february
      http://s7.directupload.net/images/140628/p3e6i69p.jpg


      al-Zawya Martyrs Brigade :
      http://www.egyptindependent.com/news/will-libya-disband-its-supreme-security-committee


      *
      http://libyancivilwar.blogspot.com/2011/11/sirte-massacres-10-in-water-basin-13.html

      http://i133.photobucket.com/albums/q62/chainsawmoth/Libyan%20Civil%20War/Sirte_map_2.jpg



      32°51'23"N   13°7'31"E Buhulaiga بوحليقة farm
      32°44'34"N 13°7'55"E Yamuk
      http://libyancivilwar.blogspot.com/2012/04/holocaust-scene-on-world-stage.html


      Faraj Faraj Rahim Bohlaiqah Coordinator of Education Shahat

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  30. We caught sixty who took money to kill us, so we had to kill them,

    In Al-Bayda's main hospital Dr Suleiman Rafadi, who spent years in London at Guys Hospital before returning home,
    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/africaandindianocean/libya/8349414/African-mercenaries-in-Libya-nervously-await-their-fate.html

    http://thedisorderofthings.com/tag/suleiman-refadi/
    The testimony of Suleiman Refadi, an Ajdabiya surgeon, in this Al Jazeera piece
    http://rense.com/general94/pack.htm



    “Under interrogation they told us they had received $100,000 to fight us.

    We caught sixty who took money to kill us, so we had to kill them,”
    an eyewitness, a doctor in the eastern coastal town of Beida, told me.

    As if to corroborate his account, a primary school turned detention center inShahat,
    a town in the Green Mountains not far from Benghazi, was full of Libyans,
    but nearly empty of black fighters.

    Unlike the Libyans, the sub-Saharan Africans had no tribe to protect them.

    A researcher for HumanRights Watch in Beida also said they were investigating cases of execution and lynching of alleged mercenaries by rebels.
    http://www.academia.edu/2983635/The_Battle_for_Libya

    https://www.facebook.com/libyafacts/posts/787256004619090
    Shahat Labraq Libyan troops forced to confess that they are from Chad and Niger
    and that they are paid a million


    http://photouploads.com/images/bblackada.jpg
    http://photouploads.com/images/bblackiki.jpg
    comment May 21, 2014 at 6:42 PM

    http://photouploads.com/images/askaryzkz.jpg
    chief medical officer bayda hospital Farj Saber



    ahmeida mustafa anesthetist bayda hospital
    http://photouploads.com/images/askaryopo.jpg

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I1_lE1RyslE
    @ 2.12 there was a fighting between the military

    colonel Saber who said : benghazi is completely free


    http://www.nybooks.com/blogs/nyrblog/2011/mar/08/zero-hour-benghazi/

    In cities across Libya, Islamist groups have proved more efficient at responding to the collapse of authority.
    While council members squabble for positions inside the courthouse, Islamist leaders escorted by followers with walkie-talkies emerge from their tents to mobilize the large crowds with sermons and open-air prayers in the square below.
    Mosques formerly required to close between prayer times are now open round the clock, and imams call for an armed jihad against Qaddafi in Friday sermons—where politics was previously banned.
    Salim Jaber, who heads the religious affairs office of the Benghazi council, has transferred responsibility for food distribution to Benghazi’s poor from the local markets to the mosques.


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    1. إلى من يرغب في مكالمة المقدم محمد صابر
      To Those who wish to call Colonel Mohammed Saber

      Who wish to call Colonel Mohammed Saber armed forces, the Libyan city of Benghazi, he is ready for all the international media, Arabic, and from within the revolution in Libya and in demonstrations and sit-ins to show events from the appointed event in all transparency and sincerity and the status of the situation in real city of Benghazi, and the tragic situation of killings and other.

      Phone numbers
      00218913744418
      00218923744418

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  31. But Salaaby and Jaber insist that Islamic sharia will play a key role in Libyan society
    after Gaddafi.
    http://www.reuters.com/article/2011/05/22/us-libya-islam-idUSTRE74L1H220110522

    http://blackandchristian.com/articles/pulpit/ash-03-01.shtml

    http://libyancivilwar.blogspot.com/2011/07/african-mercenaries.html

    http://libyancivilwar.blogspot.com/2011/10/mercenary-myths-confession-in-benghazi.html

    http://libyancivilwar.blogspot.com/2011/10/mercenary-myths-aruba-school-captives.html


    http://libyancivilwar.blogspot.com/2011/09/more-ugly-pro-rebel-racism.html

    http://libyancivilwar.blogspot.com/2011/07/mercenaries-alleged-anew.html

    http://libyancivilwar.blogspot.com/2012/03/racist-brutality-up-to-shed.html

    http://libyancivilwar.blogspot.com/2011/09/fall-and-purge-of-tawergha.html

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    1. http://photouploads.com/images/shedalchou.jpg

      Khafifi Hussein Khalifa and Sheikh Salem Jaber.

      http://libyancivilwar.blogspot.com/2012/08/shed-massacre-annivesrsary.html

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  32. That distinction was made brutally obvious to doctors at the intensive care unit of
    Al Bayda’s main hospital on Feb. 17
    when they admitted two men – one black, the other with the local olive-skinned complexion –
    who stood accused of fighting the rebels.
    A crowd gathered outside the hospital, calling for blood. Some armed rebels pushed their way into the ward.

    “They had guns and knives,” said Mahmoud Anass, 27, a resident on duty that night.
    “It was really scary. They wanted to kill the black soldier.”

    Doctors managed to hold off the enraged youths until a few hours after midnight, when the rebels dragged the two patients into the street.

    http://www.blackagendareport.com/content/lynch-law-and-summary-executions-rebel-held-libya

    one black, the other with the local olive-skinned

    https://www.facebook.com/libyafacts/posts/558415557587426?stream_ref=10
    http://photouploads.com/?v=askaryqjq.jpg

    This video shows the rebels dancing around the corpse of Hisham AlShoshan,
    a Libyan soldier who was at first portrayed as a hired mercenary on AlJazeera,
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EbBiZ-GKb7A

    When he is a normal Libyan soldier who was captured when the rebels attacked an army base(Hisham and his fellow soldiers refused to attack back when the rebels attacked them proving they never shot at protestors) Hisham was captured and lynched with he's fellow soldiers AlQaeda style, and in the video you can see the rebels dancing around his corpse
    *
    Date of registration of this video in mid-February 2011 in the city of Casablanca
    https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v=719096498101708&stream_ref=10

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  33. http://photouploads.com/images/baydabridg.jpg

    Hisham Hoshan hanging on bayda bridge

    The main spokesman for Al Bayda’s rebel council, Mohammed Mabrouk,
    said he saw John in intensive care at the hospital but did not know what happened to him.

    http://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/world/a-rebellion-divided-spectre-of-revenge-killings-hangs-over-eastern-libya/article556267/?page=3

    The patient with lighter skin was beaten, shot, and returned to the emergency room, Dr. Khalifa said.

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  34. THE MABROUD ALHUR GROUP

    The Libyan soldier from Zawiya in the wooden room Labraq

    http://photouploads.com/images/askarynmn.jpg

    http://s133.photobucket.com/user/chainsawmoth/media/al-Baida_prisoners123.jpg.html?sort=3&o=63

    http://s133.photobucket.com/user/chainsawmoth/media/al-Baida_Dying_soldier.jpg.html?sort=3&o=52


    Who is behind the Massacres and Acts of Brutality in Libya?
    Stories were also presented that Libyan forces were killing individuals from within their own ranks that refused to fight. Video evidence from within Libya actually proved that video footage presented alongside these reports about Libya was spun.

    It was not the Libyan forces that killed these men, but elements within the Libyan opposition. Videos showing torture and brutal treatment of civilians, including a small boy, by elements from within the ranks of the rebel fighters are also appearing.

    http://www.globalresearch.ca/the-media-war-on-libya-justifying-war-through-lies-and-fabrications/24566?print=1


    ---------------
    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/africaandindianocean/libya/8349414/African-mercenaries-in-Libya-nervously-await-their-fate.html
    About fifty people were killed in Al-Bayda city and twenty more in a village near the airport.

    On February 23, a group of 22 government soldiers attempted to make a breakout from an air base near Derna, which had been under siege for days by rebel fighters.
    Within hours, all of them were captured and eventualy 12 of them were shot execution style while a 13th was hanged by the opposition forces.[19]

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Casualties_of_the_Libyan_Civil_War
    http://libyancivilwar.blogspot.com/2011/10/al-baida-massacre-iii-three-killings-in.html

    February 23, 2011 Reporting from Derna, Libya Some of the soldiers were captured and about 20 were held in a large room of the mosque for a few days before being moving to a location farther away, said Ashraf Sadaga, a member of the Prophet's Companions Committee, which oversees the area. The location is secret and the soldiers are being protected from the wrath of the city's residents, he said.

    http://articles.latimes.com/2011/feb/23/world/la-fgw-libya-color-20110224

    7 okt. 2011 Target and the bombing of the shrines of companions in the city of Derna




    Al-Gaddafi was referring to the racist lynch mobs, who, on the second day of their “peaceful demonstrations,” took fifty black migrant workers from a construction site, locked them in a shed, and burned them to death

    http://zeroanthropology.net/2013/10/05/book-review-global-nato-and-the-catastrophic-failure-in-libya-lessons-for-africa-in-the-forging-of-african-unity-by-horace-campbell/


    18th February 2011 Even in Derna today, a number of conspirators were executed.
    They were locked up in the holding cells of a police station because they resisted,
    and some died burning inside the building.”

    http://globalciviliansforpeace.wordpress.com/racist-rebel-crimes-and-ethnic-cleansing-throughout-the-libyan-conflict/


    On Saad’s account, the Gaddafi loyalists were indeed burned alive. (See the Guardian report here for the exact quote.) That was on February 18, three days before the mysterious video appeared on YouTube and was broadcast by CNN.

    http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Peace/2011/05/04/Libya--Did-CNN-Present-A-Rebel-Atrocity-As-A-Gaddafi-Atrocity

    -Bayda , Shahat :
    130 + 150 = 280 killed +

    - Dernah
    Mabroud Hur group 22 – 30 ? dernah? +
    50 migrant workers of a construction place dernah?

    - Benghazi 350 + 100-150

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    1. On Sunday, when soldiers in planes and armored vehicles arrived at an airport in Labrak, about 45 miles away, airport employees began calling men in neighboring cities to surround the facility to prevent them from attacking, said Jalal Abdullah, 41, a Derna resident.

      For three days, said Faraj Saad, a police officer who defected,
      more than 200 men -- who had armed themselves with weapons from police stations and army barracks they'd raided -- engaged in a firefight with the military that left scores of civilians and soldiers dead.

      Six men from Derna were among the dead.

      Some of the soldiers were captured and about 20 were held in a large room of the mosque for a few days before being moving to a location farther away, said Ashraf Sadaga, a member of the Prophet's Companions Committee, which oversees the area.
      The location is secret and the soldiers are being protected from the wrath of the city's residents, he said.raja.abdulrahim@latimes.com
      http://articles.latimes.com/2011/feb/23/world/la-fgw-libya-color-20110224

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    2. In any event, the siege around the garrison lasted for three days as more civilians joined the battle, armed with weapons seized from the local police station.

      Those police officers, adds Abduruham, sided with the rebels.

      Twenty-five civilians were killed, the council says, though providing no figures for how many of Gadhafi’s troops died.

      It was during this frenzy of fighting that young Rochya was struck by gunfire.

      http://www.thestar.com/news/world/2011/04/08/dimanno_shahats_citizens_may_take_secret_to_their_grave.html

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    3. On Sunday, when soldiers in planes and armored vehicles arrived at an airport
      in Labrak, about 45 miles away, airport employees began calling men in neighboring cities to surround the facility to prevent them from attacking, said Jalal Abdullah, 41, a Derna resident.

      For three days, said Faraj Saad,
      a police officer who defected, more than 200 men -- who had armed themselves with weapons from police stations and army barracks they'd raided -- engaged in a firefight with the military that left scores of civilians and soldiers dead.

      Six men from Derna were among the dead.


      Some of the soldiers were captured and about 20 were held in a large room
      of the mosque for a few days before being moving to a location farther away,
      said Ashraf Sadaga, a member of the Prophet's Companions Committee,
      which oversees the area.
      The location is secret and the soldiers are being protected from the wrath of the city's residents, he said.
      raja.abdulrahim@latimes.com
      http://articles.latimes.com/2011/feb/23/world/la-fgw-libya-color-20110224

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  35. Abdullah Al-Mortdy, a lawyer who has become one of the captors of the mercenaries.

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/africaandindianocean/libya/8349414/African-mercenaries-in-Libya-nervously-await-their-fate.html



    http://s1.directupload.net/images/140615/krx3y6bl.jpg


    https://www.facebook.com/MhrjanShhatAlalmy/photos/a.436753149751300.1073741825.274193399340610/436753169751298/?type=3&theater

    capitano urbano + col. salem saad + Abdallah Almortdy +salah mayer — at Airo porto di Labraq.

    *

    At the beginning of Shahat, where we were accompanied by Muhammad Ali Sharit, a tourist guide and the head of a section supervising the ruins,

    http://www.alarabimag.com/SubjectArticle.asp?ID=11412

    We left this museum of the world whose owners have still not benefited from it,
    and left Shahat on the long road back to Benghazi.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dCYqer3iGP0
    UNESCO Cyrene Libya World Heritage Site uploaded 28 february 2011
    *

    Salem Ben Ammar: those who doubted that terrorist Gaddafi is a Kafir
    http://www.libya-watanona.com/letters/v2008a/v05nov8b.htm

    https://fbcdn-sphotos-e-a.akamaihd.net/hphotos-ak-ash3/561425_413475662080995_458684197_n.jpg

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  36. Swiss TV reported today, a policeman from Al Baida told them that Anti-Gaddafi-protesters in Al Baida killed 200 Gaddafi supporters,
    who were quickly described as mercenaries.
    http://nocheinparteibuch.wordpress.com/2011/02/26/washingtonian-attempt-to-stage-a-monarchist-counter-revolution-in-libya/

    http://libyancivilwar.blogspot.com/2011/10/al-baida-massacre-iii-three-killings-in.html


    we caught maybe 400-500
    http://photouploads.com/images/askaryzzz.jpg


    Colonel Mustafa Alrtimi Gaddafi facilitated the entry to the camp,

    https://scontent-b-ams.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-xfa1/t1.0-9/418808_479410675403749_1510276513_n.jpg
    https://ar-ar.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=349285478480426&id=106800092713631

    Hussein Jawafa base
    http://photouploads.com/?v=askaryuiu.jpg

    http://photouploads.com/images/askaryxhx.jpg
    http://photouploads.com/images/askarysrs.jpg



    entrances Jawafa base north and south and west
    http://s133.photobucket.com/user/chainsawmoth/media/Libyan%20Civil%20War/Shahet_Feb19_panoramic.jpg.html

    http://photouploads.com/images/baydamapga.jpg
    http://photouploads.com/images/baydafbsb.jpg



    shahat base 70 surrendered
    http://photouploads.com/images/shahbase17.jpg


    In a battle that lasted a day and a half, the residents overwhelmed the forces, killing some and taking others hostage. The captives are being held in secret locations throughout the area.

    http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2011/02/23/AR2011022306979_2.html?wpisrc=nl_headline&sid=ST2011022203809


    shahat base Maj. Gen. Abdul-Karim Mahmoud Aldgara
    commander of the Green Mountain area of ​​defense captured
    http://photouploads.com/images/shahbaemah.jpg
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ArKsYd0gvys

    http://photouploads.com/?v=askaryuhu.jpg
    unarmed soldiers surrender Hussein Jawafa base
    http://photouploads.com/?v=askaryqiq.jpg

    bayda casablanca 17 february stolen tanks from hussein jawafa base
    http://photouploads.com/images/baydatank1.jpg

    http://photouploads.com/images/baydatank3.jpg

    http://photouploads.com/?v=baydatank4.jpg
    http://photouploads.com/images/askaryvzv.jpg



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    1. Thursday February 24 2011 A fledgling local government was holding its first meeting yesterday in the town of al-Bayda, west of Tobruk,

      and mob justice was starting to be replaced by the framework of a criminal system.

      Mustafa Mohamed Abdel-Jalil, the newly appointed Justice Minister in the east, who recently defected from the Gaddafi government, was due to pass judgment

      on about 100 captured pro-Gaddafi troops, both Libyans and African mercenaries.

      The Khamis Brigade, one of the regime's special forces units
      [which had slaughtered civilians in the town days earlier,]

      made its last stand at the local airport.

      Local youths had called for the men to be executed, but the new authorities said they would not face the death penalty.

      http://www.independent.ie/world-news/middle-east/fledgling-state-takes-shape-in-the-east-26707695.html

      When Haulohner visited the prisoners on the 23rd, she wrote that some prisoners "raise their hands when asked if they're members of "Khamees' battalion"
      http://libyancivilwar.blogspot.com/2011/10/mercenary-myths-aruba-school-captives.html

      [Allowed] to film the captured “mercenaries”, most turned out to have an Arab appearance.
      The few persons of sub-Saharan African appearance were all in civilian clothes.
      It became clear that several of these African “mercenaries” had been captured after the fighting.
      http://theredphoenixapl.org/2011/09/14/anti-black-racism-among-libyan-rebels/

      Those captured alive said they had once numbered 325 (before or at capture?). When Time's writer saw them, there were about 200. When HRW's guy saw them, it was 156
      http://libyancivilwar.blogspot.com/2011/10/mercenary-myths-aruba-school-captives.html

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  37. we took their guns and clothes and put them in labraq airport
    http://photouploads.com/?v=askarywjw.jpg


    with around 200 held at aruba school
    http://photouploads.com/?v=askarylql.jpg



    el-Omami.
    He said the non-Arab militias were normally used for security around Tripoli,
    especially on the road to the airport,
    and were under the command of Khamees al-Gaddafi, a son of the Libyan leader.reuters


    http://photouploads.com/?v=askaryoro.jpg
    and after returned some of them to their families


    http://www.academia.edu/2983635/The_Battle_for_Libya
    Unlike the Libyans, the sub-Saharan Africans had no tribe to protect them.

    These “ sub-Saharan Africans “ happened to be regular darkskinned Libyan army

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    1. http://photouploads.com/images/askaryaza.jpg

      the pink hood wearing a white jacket is holding the machete in his right hand?

      http://photouploads.com/images/askaryini.jpg

      at the door of the building near the entrance that has to be burned ,
      here with black jacket
      http://libyancivilwar.blogspot.com/2011/05/battle-for-labraq-airport-saids-story.html

      comment June 10, 2014 at 6:59 PM


      buissier shahat base

      http://photouploads.com/?v=namesbtlt.jpg


      http://photouploads.com/?v=askaryflf.jpg

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9fXpXAEVgtk

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XzzPJXADW3M

      buliqa @ 0.40 in background

      @ 6.15 they brought TNT buakalain aka hafez said


      Bwisir grumbled. "So we went to the army and trained and then spent two weeks with no fighting on the front." Fed up with their military commanders, the six decided to form their own unit
      that roamed from front to front searching for the most heated clashes with Gaddafi's forces.
      They tinkered with explosives until they concocted a potent cocktail of 500 grams of TNT and nails.
      http://www.time.com/time/world/article/0,8599,2091028,00.html#ixzz1qjfGYorp


      Matthew VanDyke with Libya rebels Ali Hassan Al-Jaber battalion in District Two
      http://pinterest.com/pin/281193570453816389/

      report #Libya : thousands of #Sirte family members are missing, many prisoners were beheaded by GNC militia's, Libya Warcrimes.

      This Is Your Chance to Be Part of the Arab Spring
      http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/matthewvandyke/this-is-your-chance-to-become-part-of-the-arab-spr
      Have you wanted to do something to help the Arab Spring but weren't sure how?  This is your chance.
      In September, 2012 two famous freedom fighters from the Libyan revolution, American Matthew VanDyke and Libyan Masood Bwisir, will travel together to Syria and join the rebels on the front line against the dictator Bashar al-Assad. 

      Delete
  38. Still at it h? Awesome, use the space. Have you filled any more posts up yet 'til they're full? Feel free to delete old comments to make space - save and compress, etc. I'm back at blogger a bit, but will not be catching up on everything.

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  39. hi Adam, happy to see your reaction , pls comment sometimes
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Comment May 24, 2014 at 4:00 PM
    Gaddafi’s reported use of mercenaries
    appears to have tipped the hand of many protesters and armed forces. :



    Leader : Abd al Rahman al Faqih (Abd al Rahman)
    http://vkb.isvg.org/Wiki/Groups/Libyan_Islamic_Fighting_Group

    The author of the plan discovered on al-Faqih’s CD
    was LIFG chief ideologue Abu al-Munthir, a.k.a. Sami al-Saadi.

    http://libyancivilwar.blogspot.com/2012/02/spontaneous-uprising-of-february-2011.html
    comment April 14, 2012 at 8:04 AM
    http://www.nationalreview.com/articles/291316/islamist-plot-untold-story-libyan-rebellion-john-rosenthal

    http://libyancivilwar.blogspot.com/2011/05/suicide-bomber-opens-katiba.html

    According to both the British ruling and information collected by the U.N. Security Council, al-Faqih/“AV” was convicted in absentia by a Moroccan court for complicity in the May 2003 suicide bombings in Casablanca that took the lives of more than 30 civilians and injured many more.

    *

    MP Suleiman Faqih city of Misrata

    and the first bulldozers transport from Misrata to Tripoli across the sea.
    https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v=812232172122537
    *

    http://image.club.china.com/twhb/1011/2011/8/29/1314589636193.jpg

    The next morning (Wednesday, 24 August 2011), Hamza brought a Caterpillar excavator
    to the compound apparently to dig a mass grave for the executed detainees.

    According to Laskhar, the heavy equipment broke down, hindering their plans to bury the bodies en masse. Hamza apparently searched for another backhoe truck, but failed to find one.
    http://libyancivilwar.blogspot.com/2012/02/shed-massacre-witnesses-captive.html


    http://image.club.china.com/twhb/1011/2011/8/29/1314589708013.jpg
    They then collected automobile tires and put them inside the warehouse with the bodies.

    *
    btw : strange name : Lashkar :

    Pakistani held for backing Lashkar
    http://wichaar.com/news/286/ARTICLE/27398/2011-09-03.html


    Al-Qaeda and its affiliates: The organization led by Osama bin Laden and other non-South Asian terrorists believed to be ensconced in the Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA).
    Rohan Gunaratna of the International Centre for Political Violence and Terrorism Research in Singapore
    says other foreign militant groups such as the Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan, Islamic Jihad group,
    the Libyan Islamic Fighters Group and the Eastern Turkistan Islamic Movement
    are also located in FATA;/Dec 9, 2011
    http://libyancivilwar.blogspot.com/2012/02/shed-massacre-witnesses-captive.html


    In early 2011, Prince Bandar bin Sultan made a series of trips to revive al-Qaida recruitment and expansion,
    Opened recruitment offices even to Malaysia, the best result was in Mazar-e-Sharif,
    where more than 1,500
    have committed to the Afghan jihad in Libya, Syria and Yemen.

    Within weeks, al Qaeda was able to prepare more than 10,000 men.
    Especially that hired mercenaries is the cheapest in the market.

    http://alrassedalliby.com/news/news.aspx?id=2170077


    @ 0.42 @ 1.57 Afghan mercs @ 2.37 @ 3.23 @ 4.02 @ 4.28
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YmJEwm0rO6M


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    1. http://www.brookings.edu/~/media/research/files/papers/2012/5/02%20libya%20ashour/omar%20ashour%20policy%20briefing%20english.pdf
      Overall, most of the Libyan volunteers
      who fought abroad came from the Jihadi trend (including the LIFG, the Martyrs, and other cells). As many as 2,000 such fighters are estimated to have
      taken part in armed conflicts abroad between the mid-1980s and 2011

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  40. In a piece posted today after a NTC news conference, the BBC uses the headline:
    “More than 1,200 bodies found in Tripoli mass grave“.

    Categorically, absolutely, unequivocally, this is an out-and-out lie; 1,200 bodies have not been found.
    Not a single body has been found. In fact,

    no excavation has been performed,

    and no more than ‘several bone fragments’ have been discovered, according to the NTC.
    http://libyancivilwar.blogspot.com/2011/09/1200-bodies-buried-at-abu-salim-prison.html



    From family Wolf Senile, were arrested two, Salem and Ibrak.
    http://libya-al-mostakbal.org/news/clicked/36057



    من عائلة الذيب الشيخي ، Wolf Senile family
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RYrxYI0b8lU
    Uploaded on Feb 3, 2011


    We are dealing with more than 1,270 martyrs and must distinguish each one from the other
    for identification by comparing their DNA with family members,”
    said Dr Osman Abdul Jalil, a medical official.

    Othman Abdel-Jalil, a scientist who became coordinator of the Tripoli plan.
    http://www.reuters.com/article/2011/09/06/us-libya-endgame-idUSTRE7853C520110906

    http://libyancivilwar.blogspot.com/2012/02/spontaneous-uprising-of-february-2011.html
    comment April 14, 2012 at 10:58 AM

    http://libyancivilwar.blogspot.com/2011/09/1200-bodies-buried-at-abu-salim-prison.html


    Around 200 guards were killed.[8]
    http://aangirfan.blogspot.nl/2011/09/mass-grave-in-libya.html


    Historical Note:
    THOUGHTS ON ABU SALIM “according to LIBYA S.O.S.”‘s  ”Mirko”  at  libia-sos.blogspot.ch

    May 1996 in ABU SALIM prison there were prisoners of Al Qaeda.
    A group of prisoners managed to capture the guard who was eating his lunch. 
    The guard, who had a gun and keys was killed
    The group took them. The prisoners tried to escape and free the rest of the 480 al-Qaeda prisoners.There was heavy fighting between the army guarding the prison and the prisoners.
    A fire broke-out, and in the end, many prisoners died.

    On the same day, a group of Al-Qaeda attempt to invade Benghazi, they were surrounded by the army and because they refused to surrender,they eventually died.




    and they said 1280 inmates in the Abu Slim prison killed ?
    Evidence wanted : the facts to the world ....... :
    wanted : full name and title,
    and the tribe and place of residence
    and a certificate to prove the death of each person
    and the cause of death and analysis of DNA,

    especially after allegations that the bodies were buried in the prison yard
    and the remains of the dead were found after raping Tripoli.
    http://alrassedalliby.com/news/news.aspx?id=2170424

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  41. Mr. El-Magri . He saw them hang him with rope from a green pedestrian bridge
    near the mosque.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M1mw7rbckUA
    Dernah lynch mob of a very young (dark skinned )man , his pants down,

    http://static.panoramio.com/photos/large/27581676.jpg

    http://static.panoramio.com/photos/large/56345251.jpg

    32° 45' 45.32" N  22° 38' 30.32" E
    Sahaba Mosque Dernah

    http://s14.directupload.net/images/140625/84ogtaou.jpg


    http://s7.directupload.net/images/140625/vk94lma4.jpg

    http://s7.directupload.net/images/140625/9geszs2k.jpg



    http://pjmedia.com/blog/cut-gaddafis-throat-then-establish-an-islamic-state/

    http://libyancivilwar.blogspot.com/2011/10/al-baida-massacre-iii-three-killings-in.html


    Two days earlier, on 16 February, it was also reported that Islamist gunmen, with the help
    of a defecting army colonel, stormed an arms depot in Derna and seized 250 weapons
    and an assortment of 70 military vehicles. During the raid four soldiers were killed and 16 wounded.[15] By the end of 18 February, the only place that still housed a significant number of Gaddafi loyalists in Benghazi was the Katiba compound.
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/First_Battle_of_Benghazi

    The gunmen also took both civilians and Libyan soldiers as hostages
    in the nearby port city of Al-Baida,
    threatening to kill them unless the siege of that city was lifted by Libyan security forces.
    The same group was also accused by Libyan officials of hanging two soldiers only days earlier.

    http://www.frontpagemag.com/2011/frank-crimi/the-islamic-republic-of-libya/
    http://news.smh.com.au/breaking-news-world/libyan-islamists-seize-arms-take-hostages-20110221-1b19c.html
    "This criminal gang assaulted an army weapons depot and seized 250 weapons, killed four soldiers and wounded 16 others" in the Wednesday operation in Derna

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  42. Sheikh Choukri Al-Hasy, director of the town’s principal mosque: the al-Sahaba mosque:

    Sheikh Choukri Al-Hasy, the director of the town’s principal mosque: the al-Sahaba mosque.
    As previously reported on PJM, according to captured al-Qaeda personnel records,
    Darnah furnished more foreign fighters to al-Qaeda in Iraq than any other foreign city or town
    Julien Fouchet’s report

    At Darna it is a day of great prayer today. "Remember that Qatar was the first country to come
    and help us," preaches Choukri el-Sheikh Hasy before several hundred faithful gathered under the banner of the revolution.
    This former prisoner directs the great mosque of the city for two years.


    As for the possible presence of Al-Qaida on the front, Sheikh brings up the question:
    "Gaddafi has enlisted Chadian mercenaries to kill his people, so we can bring what we want."

    That Al-Qaeda has understood: the first day of the revolution, a video of the terrorist organization showed four Jeeps loaded with weapons en route to Libya.


    A Libyan diplomat in China, Hussein el-Sadek el-Mesrati, told Al-Jazeera,
    "I resigned from representing the government of Mussolini and Hitler." The Associated Press Posted: Feb/20/2011

    So, in today’s new audio lecture set to a Jedi-styled Sheikh Attiyatallah backdrop,
    we learn that the real name of this elusive AQ cleric is actually
    Shaykh Jamal Ibrahim Ishtaiwi al-Misrati.
    http://jarretbrachman.net/attiyatallah-shouts-out-to-libyan-homeboys/


    *
    When the Secretary General’s spokesman was asked specifically what the UN was doing about reports that Qaddafi was recruiting mercenaries from Nigeria, Guinea and Ghana,
    he replied that he was not aware of the UN looking into the matter.

    Why such neglect when the UN has in the past specifically focused
    its attention on the use of mercenaries by other countries?
    http://canadafreepress.com/index.php/article/33717

    The commission said that it found no evidence of “mercenary forces” employed by the Gadhafi government, a major accusation made by the NTC “rebels”
    and publicized broadly by the corporate media.
    At the same time no mention was made of the role of Egyptian and Qatari special forces, CIA and MI6 operatives who worked to overthrow the Libyan government
    and engaged in war crimes against the population.

    http://www.workers.org/2012/world/libya_0315/
    http://markcurtis.wordpress.com/2011/08/17/britain-qadafi-and-the-libyan-islamic-fighting-group/

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  43. Colonel Hamid الحاسي, ELHASY :

    -Colonel Hamed al Hassi was one of the first commanders to defect from Gaddafi’s military

    http://s14.directupload.net/images/140630/5zgpbqgc.jpg

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nX6GbFK8sV4&feature=plcp
    battalion اللوية Qatar led by Colonel Hamid الحاسي, ELHASY





    To critics of brave heroe Brigadier Hamid: What did you do when Brigadier Hamid
    was pulling arms and headed for the battalion Jawafa on February 17,

    http://libyancivilwar.blogspot.com/2011/10/al-baida-massacre-iii-three-killings-in.html
    Comment June 25, 2013 at 8:26 PM

    HAMID AL-HASI originally from the Libyan town of Shahat,
    is known for his onetime membership in the National Front for the Salvation of Libya


    http://libyancivilwar.blogspot.com/2011/11/sirte-massacres-10-victims-burnt-run.html
    http://libyancivilwar.blogspot.com/2011/10/sirte-massacres-30-wrapped-bodies-in.html
    http://libyancivilwar.blogspot.com/2011/10/sirte-massacres-42-bodies-by-muttassims.html
    http://libyancivilwar.blogspot.com/2011/10/sirte-massacres-mahari-hotel-massacre.html

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  44. Yasser Ben Halim Derna battalion

    Yasser Ben Halim : we headed for Al-Beyda where there was one of Qaddfi’s brigades called Al-Jareh. We managed to overpower them .
    كتيبة ياسر بن حليم درنة
    http://photouploads.com/?v=askaryoho.jpg

    http://photouploads.com/?v=askarysps.jpg
    http://photouploads.com/?v=askarybgb.jpg
    http://photouploads.com/?v=askaryene.jpg
    http://www.mathaba.net/news/?x=631497
    ----------
    http://photouploads.com/?v=askarydgd.jpg
    http://photouploads.com/?v=askarycfc.jpg
    http://photouploads.com/?v=askaryyiy.jpg

    Qatari Abdul Hadi Saleh Al-Rashidi.
    http://photouploads.com/?v=gulfmonarc.jpg

    The Derna battalion : Abdul Hakim Belhaj, Yasser Ben Haleem [now head of Tripoli's Military Council] ,Abdul-Hakim Hassadi ,Abdurrazaq Naami and Abdul Aalim.
    http://www.mathaba.net/news/?x=631497

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  45. http://photouploads.com/?v=askarynsn.jpg

    “I asked to speak to a senior officer at the compound whom I knew from before…
    I gave him my word and said: if your soldiers surrender, they will be safe.
    As the group of soldiers were coming out to surrender,
    the protesters were very angry and shot dead two soldiers… they were Libyans, not foreign mercenaries…

    I feel guilty because was it not for me, they may not have come out.”

    http://photouploads.com/?v=askaryuhu.jpg
    unarmed soldier
    http://photouploads.com/?v=askaryqiq.jpg

    http://libyancivilwar.blogspot.com/2011/07/video-study-rebels-attack-libyan.html

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  46. compare faces : salem saber/jaber , adel buakulain

    http://photouploads.com/images/shedalchou.jpg
    At left salem saber/jaber

    http://photouploads.com/images/askarybdb.jpg
    buakulain shahat base : “ and many of them have been killed here “

    *

    http://photouploads.com/?v=askarycwc.jpg
    adel buakulain returning from Sirte

    https://ar-ar.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=239757399429232&id=153008481404047

    This man was leading the first battle (or battles) and defeated the first battalion
    of the tyrant "battalion Hussein Jawafa" the city of Shahat

    this guy is taking revenge of the martyred in the dark that night ..
    عادل بوعقلين The commander of the battalion Green Mountain Almgehvlh Shahat , Adel Buakulain

    at the left of the pic : fat Adam Manchester Tripoli Brigade ?
    http://photouploads.com/?v=askarycwc.jpg
    fat adam Tripoli 2011
    http://www.pop.com.br/arquivos/l/lib/libia3240811/331177_libiaINjpg.jpg
    *
    http://www.pop.com.br/arquivos/l/lib/libia3240811/331177_libiaINjpg.jpg

    and sitting on front of their cha riot :

    http://i133.photobucket.com/albums/q62/chainsawmoth/Libyan%20Civil%20War/mercs_Shahet_2.jpg
    shahat

    http://photouploads.com/images/benghazifo.jpg
    benghazi

    http://libyancivilwar.blogspot.com/2011/11/video-study-mercenaries-surrender-in.html

    *
    son bukalain?
    http://photouploads.com/?v=askarysms.jpg
    http://photouploads.com/images/askaryiqi.jpg
    http://photouploads.com/images/askarywww.jpg

    Rebels unarming battalion Jawafa and setting fire on naked blacks criminals
    يوم ملحمي يسجل في تاريخ مدينة شحات يوم 18-2-2011م ثوار هذه المدينة الجميلة عزل من السلاح يقتحمون كتيبة الجويفي ويضرمون فيها النار بصدور عارية مثل الاسود انقضوا على هؤلاء المجرمين وحرروا مدينتهم بكل بساله وشجاعة لنا الفخر ان تكون مثل هذه المدينة في ليبيا تاريخ الرجال

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    1. at the left of the pic : fat Adam Manchester Tripoli Brigade ?
      http://photouploads.com/?v=askarycwc.jpg
      fat adam Tripoli 2011
      http://www.pop.com.br/arquivos/l/lib/libia3240811/331177_libiaINjpg.jpg



      He was kicked in the chest by a fat man in torn British Army fatigues
      who said he was a commander and ordered me to leave.
      http://inplaceoffear.blogspot.com/2011_08_01_archive.html

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  47. this guy is taking revenge of the martyred in the dark that night :


    came a commander called Faraj, Faraj who I can't remember exactly, Albarasy
    maybe or something, he asked the captain to please take those people from Albrag base because it was surrounded by people and that they were in danger, and so the pilot took off fast ,

    and the airport lights were off, we don't know if it was on purpose or unintentionally.

    http://libyancivilwar.blogspot.com/2011/10/al-baida-massacre-iii-three-killings-in.html
    Comment October 1, 2012 at 7:31 PM pilot Nasser :

    *
    It was Jadhran who named Abdraba Abdulhameed Al-Barasi
    to be Cyrenaica’s “prime minister” three weeks ago …........
    Barasi [who was a Libyan Air Force officer] said that the reason for the move was because the central authorities “have failed and have shown incompetence and corruption”.
    http://libyastories.com/tag/abdraba-abdulhameed-al-barasi/





    @ 2.00 we cut all the lights

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fOLmvS1saXY

    @ 2.46 we caught maybe 400
    @ 2.50 200 held in aruba school
    and put [the others?] them in labraq airport

    @ 4.17 : 18 , 19 feb : 15 hanged shahat courthouse

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  48. "dernah - shahat mix up"

    That seems quite useful, thanks. I didn't check yet. I'm so behind on absorbing this stuff, it keeps me from trying. I'm a historian by (limited) training, so I can come back to it. Other readers can see it now, so thanks for pulling it together some.

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  49. Shahat base

    http://s133.photobucket.com/user/chainsawmoth/media/Libyan%20Civil%20War/Shahet_Feb19_panoramic.jpg.html

    http://photouploads.com/images/askaryuiu.jpg
    helmet man entrance north

    http://photouploads.com/images/shahattqt.jpg
    helmet man entrance south

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uD8NPeJ7vGM
    @ 0.59 security buildings shahat dirt lot

    http://photouploads.com/images/shahattqt.jpg
    http://photouploads.com/?v=askarytmt.jpg

    The funeral of the first martyrs of the revolution 17-02-2011 Bayda Wolf
    @ 1.13 Bayda Wolf
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7AWX7KhCA6I

    the first 2 victims are said to be : jehud=jews = no rebel martyrs

    http://s14.directupload.net/images/140717/b5cj4nvd.jpg
    http://s7.directupload.net/images/140717/4adt7bc9.jpg
    *
    محمد بوغفير السعيطي Mohammed Bogfer Saaiti
    Bogfer battalion commander Mohammed Hassan al-Jaber correct path .. Wolf

    http://www.libyan-national-movement.org/images/_segmentimages/Crime_Zawia,jpg.jpgrh31tukq.jpg
    wolf zawiya in benghazi hospital
    *

    From family Wolf Senile, were arrested two, Salem and Ibrak.
    http://libya-al-mostakbal.org/news/clicked/36057

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RYrxYI0b8lU
    Uploaded on Feb 3, 2011

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  50. Shahat base 70 surrendered
    Later, after a three-day firefight, 70 men surrendered when the rebels overran the base
    and a "sheikh" outside told them to come out and give up.
    http://content.time.com/time/specials/packages/printout/0,29239,2045328_2045338_2056006,00.html


    90 “mercenaries “
    At least 90 civilians have been killed in the 10-mile stretch from Baida to the town of Shahat, according to doctors and witnesses.
    On the road to El-Shahat - Safsafa , about 90 mercenaries came from Bayda
    to consolidate the mercenary battalion Jawafa in Shahat , but had fallen into the hands of the rebels ,



    60 civilians
    We caught sixty who took money to kill us, so we had to kill them,” an eyewitness, a doctor in the eastern coastal town of Beida, told me.

    48 soldiers
    in the nearby city of al-Bayda, where the burnt bodies of 48 soldiers were found
    at a military barracks, the federation said, quoting unnamed humanitarian and academic sources.

    Swiss TV reported today, a policeman from Al Baida told them
    that Anti-Gaddafi-protesters in Al Baida
    killed 200 Gaddafi supporters, who were quickly described as mercenaries.

    Those captured alive said they had once numbered 325

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  51. Those captured alive said they had once numbered 325

    bayda , Shahat 200 killed , 125 alive?

    All of them were later freed , but the press did never see any of them, except 2 :

    Omar On the 28th, Hauslohner wasn't allowed to speak to the two black men arrested just that day, but spoke with Omar, a skinny dark-skinned kid whose family was from the country's south.

    http://libyancivilwar.blogspot.com/2011/10/mercenary-myths-aruba-school-captives.html
    http://libyancivilwar.blogspot.com/2011/11/video-study-mercenaries-surrender-in.html

    he says he never picked up a gun

    All of them were later freed; on Monday, Feb. 28, Omar is the only one remaining
    Shabat, Libya-- February 28, 2011:.Omar is the last of some 200 suspected mercenaries
    to be freed from the Aruba School in the eastern town of Shahat.

    The school had become their prison for over a week, after days of heavy clashes (21 feb?)
    After his capture, he was detained with some 200 suspected mercenaries at the Aruba School in the eastern town of Shahat.
    http://content.time.com/time/world/article/0,8599,2056006-1,00.html

    it was judged too dangerous to go into the room where he was being held with other Khamis Brigade men. 27 Feb 2011
    Amir Hamada, 25 and from Tripoli, was a sniper with the supposedly elite Khamis Brigade, named after one of Gaddafi's sons. (.) He shifted uncomfortably during a brief interview in the school corridor
    – it was judged too dangerous to go into the room where he was being held with other Khamis Brigade men.
    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/africaandindianocean/libya/8349414/African-mercenaries-in-Libya-nervously-await-their-fate.html



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    1. Half of the brigade of Shahat are in prison
      http://dorkery.tumblr.com/post/3450779115/camera-were-you-there-man-yes-i-was-who-are

      Man: The general of the battalion was killed.Camera: They killed him?

      Man: He was killed, killed! His name is Abdulgader Gahshy.

      18 february 2011

      بعض المحتجزين وهروب عبدالقادر القذافى آمر كتيبة شحات واصابة الدغارى امر المنطقة الدفاعية بالجبل الاخضر وضحايا المواجهات يقاربوا 20 شهيد ..

      The escape of Abdulkadir Gaddafi battalion commander
      and wounding Shahat Aldgary defensive mountain region
      https://www.facebook.com/hanghyr/posts/168932349820889?stream_ref=5

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  52. http://content.time.com/time/world/article/0,8599,2053490,00.html#ixzz2hoVgJBNL
    Captured by rebels in the streets and from nearby army bases, some prisoners say they were moved several times before arriving at their makeshift prison.

    What happened to Bohaderm military base and the soldiers inside it?

    http://s1.directupload.net/images/140722/wen3w8jm.jpg

    bhdrm
    http://s1.directupload.net/images/140722/avu7jv7p.jpg

    http://s7.directupload.net/images/140722/qr5coesc.jpg

    http://s1.directupload.net/images/140722/al3apl5x.jpg

    http://s14.directupload.net/images/140722/wzxgsjkz.jpg

    http://s14.directupload.net/images/140722/9a3m79ez.jpg


    http://photouploads.com/?v=cyrenetemp.jpg
    للمصور المتميز : محمد سعد من مدينة الزنتان Outstanding photographer: Mohammed Saad
    from the city of Zintan تصوير: mohamed saad muntser


    At the Aruba School in the Mediterranean coastal town of Shehat,
    less than a mile from a grassy hillside covered in Roman ruins,
    (..) . It is a prison for nearly 200 suspected mercenaries of the Gaddafi regime.
    http://www.englishtang.com/view/79738.htm


    It is a prison for nearly 200 suspected mercenaries

    200 killed shahat , bayda

    how many soldiers in Bhdrm base and in Labraq?

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  53. What happened to this military base and the soldiers inside it?

    Training Center Awhitam first martyrs of the mountain / Saleh Mohammad
    http://s261.photobucket.com/user/LongLeftFlank/media/AlBayda.jpg.html
    *
    http://s1.directupload.net/images/140716/ljqjk72m.jpg

    http://s7.directupload.net/images/140716/hcvowcnc.jpg

    مركز تدريب لملودة Training Center for Mlodh / Miloda
    For Mlodh / Miloda located 50 km east of bayda
    Training Center Awhitam first martyrs of the mountain / Saleh Mohammad

    They finally surrendered, 200 of them says Salah Said Mohammad

    “We attacked the Kitab from three sides,’’ says Salah Said Mohammad.
    “We used pick-up trucks and an excavator.
    After two days, we opened negotiations with the solders inside.
    They finally surrendered, 200 of them.“

    http://www.thestar.com/news/world/2011/04/08/dimanno_shahats_citizens_may_take_secret_to_their_grave.html

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  54. Feb 16
    Gaddafi's government flew in two planes of foreign mercenaries on Wednesday night
    to fight the protesters, say the airport employees standing amid the wreckage. [ = 16 feb ]

    http://content.time.com/time/world/article/0,8599,2053490,00.html#ixzz2hoVgJBNL

    Feb 17
    Both groups, which link exiles opposed to the Libyan leader in several European countries,
    said the protesters took over in al Bayda on Thursday

    Thursday, 17 February, 2011
    http://www.feb17images.com/3-planes-carrying-mercenaries
    Planes carrying “ mercenaries “ on its way  to land in Al Abraq airport


    http://libya-al-mostakbal.org/news/clicked/24446
    on Thursday the seventeenth of February was spotted a large number of mercenaries area of Sirte and Sabha, etc., landing their aircraft at the airport, located on the outskirts of the city of Casablanca,
    to be transferred then by transporting troops at the airport waiting for them, to the city of Casablanca and the surrounding rebellious areas

    *
    Pilot: It was on the 17th of February, after noon.
    came a commander called Faraj, Faraj who I can't remember exactly, Albarasy
    maybe or something, he asked the captain to please take those people from Albrag base
    because it was surrounded by people and that they were in danger, and so the pilot took off fast , and the airport lights were off, we don't know if it was on purpose or unintentionally.
    http://libyancivilwar.blogspot.com/2011/10/al-baida-massacre-iii-three-killings-in.html


    @ 2.00 we cut all the lights

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fOLmvS1saXY

    @ 2.46 we caught maybe 400
    @ 2.50 200 held in aruba school and put [the others?] them in labraq airport

    Gaddafi special forces arrived at the airport Labraq gathered under the command
    of a senior officer close to the Gaddafi camp to intervene in the event of any riots
    or violence that affects installations of the State or one of its members,
    http://eprints.undip.ac.id/37997/2/thesis_-_1_.pdf



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  55. RE: Feb 18 3 mins ago :Amer Saad: Protesters have taken over the military airpot in Al-Bayda

    *
    Protesters had also set fire on Thursday to the Labarj military airport outside of al Bayda, according to al Warfali. It had been used to bring soldiers from Tripoli to reinforce the town. "The airport is closed now.

    http://www.haaretz.com/news/world/libyan-exiles-say-eastern-city-in-the-hands-of-the-people-1.344287

    the rebels have managed to control it on the February 18, 2011,

    and were also able to capture some of the aircraft which landed in it,

    and the destruction of the airport runways.


    a terrific firefight at the airport where 3000 local men gathered to attack mercenary reinforcements as they disembarked from a plane. [1]
    http://libyancivilwar.blogspot.com/2011/05/battle-for-labraq-airport-saids-story.html

    Said explained how on the fourth day of this, February 18th, rumors spread of reinforcements about

    400

    foreign African mercenaries being flown in to mow them down.

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  56. in the area of ​​Cyrene east of the city bayda , 18/2/2011 عقيد مصطفى القذافي

    In spite of 700 soldiers armed to the teeth

    Colonel Mostafa Gaddafi refused orders
    http://www.feb17images.com/50-colonel-shahat-brigade

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  57. Labraq Latitude / Longitude: 30°10'0"N / 21°40'0"E Beida Labraq Airport

    Protesters had also set fire on Thursday [17 february] to the Labarj military airport outside of al Bayda, according to al Warfali. Reuters
    "The airport is closed now," he said at mid-day on Friday.



    a terrific firefight at the airport where 3000 local men gathered to attack mercenary reinforcements as they disembarked from a plane. [1]
    http://libyancivilwar.blogspot.com/2011/05/battle-for-labraq-airport-saids-story.html
    Said explained how on the fourth day of this, February 18th, rumors spread of reinforcements about 400 foreign African mercenaries being flown in to mow them down.

    Feb 19
    Farj's best friend Said is in a hospital in Bayda; one of his legs seriously injured by several bullets from a machine gun.
    "Said was the only one of his [25] friends who survived the battle for the airport," by managing
    to not be dragged off to Tripoli like the other 24.


    Feb 19 OHCHR : an anonymous :
    Those in the airport came out on to us firing arms
    and I was shot along with Sharah Albal
    who died later in the evening without medical care.159
    http://www2.ohchr.org/english/bodies/hrcouncil/docs/17session/A.HRC.17.44_AUV.pdf

    I was shot on my right thigh on the left side...We requested medical emergency because we were wounded and no one responded. We asked for water they refused and searched us.

    On Saturday 19 February afternoon, we were then moved from the hall
    and literally thrown into a truck after blindfolding us and whoever moved was hit.
    We were put on board a military airplane on the floor and we arrived to Tripoli at night.
    We could hear them say ‘this one is dead, this one is alive.’

    We landed in Mateigha airport and were taken to the military hospital there.
    There the doctors took the blindfold off and put me in a bed for half an hour then they took me into surgery
    159This may be a reference to the person who died in the previous witness’ account.

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  58. 159This may be a reference to the person who died in the previous witness’ account. :

    132. The Commission repeatedly heard of cases in which persons were either denied
    access to medical care, or faced obstacles by security forces to facilitate access to health
    care after having been wounded in demonstrations.
    http://www2.ohchr.org/english/bodies/hrcouncil/docs/17session/A.HRC.17.44_AUV.pdf

    In one case reported to the Commission,a protestor in Al-Bayda on 18 February had received three gun shots and was provided with no medical care despite calls for the security forces provided assistance. He was left bleeding from 16:00 until 20:00 when he died, as a result of the lack of medical attention.

    http://www2.ohchr.org/english/bodies/hrcouncil/docs/17session/A.HRC.17.44_AUV.pdf

    197. 16 of the interviews conducted by the Commission included explicit reference
    to the use of mercenaries; in particular in Al-Bayda, Benghazi, Az-Zawiyah and Misrata.

    Doctors working at the Al-Bayda hospitals reported that out of 1,300 injured persons received by
    the hospital during the period 17 to 21 February, 26 were identified as “mercenaries”.

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    1. With eyes bruised from a beating and lacerations on his wrists, Rafaa Saad Younis said that he was among the group that went to the airport, but he said that he was taken hostage along with two dozen other people by a group of mercenaries and soldiers. He said the security forces killed people “in front of my eyes.”
      http://www.nytimes.com/2011/02/24/world/africa/24rebels.html?_r=1&

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  59. http://libyancivilwar.blogspot.com/2011/05/abdul-kadrs-mythical-proofs-of-air.html
    Abdul Kadr : From rooftops and from the street,
    he shot images of Ilyushins landing at the airport
    saturday February 26, 2011 02:18 PM
    Though wobbly, one from last Saturday [19 february?]
    shows a Libyan fighter jet roaring over Bayda -- and one can clearly see the jet dropping a bomb not far from the airport.
    http://s7.directupload.net/images/140719/74kowng7.jpg

    *
    we have two or three planes,” said a spokesman for the council, Abdel-Hafidh Ghoga.
    http://www.nytimes.com/2011/03/02/world/africa/02libya.html?ref=world&_r=0

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  60. downed by friendly-fire ?
    http://s14.directupload.net/images/140725/zixuq4xj.jpg
    http://s7.directupload.net/images/140725/6jl8k3ru.jpg
    http://www.qurynanew.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/07/3016.jpg

    "Said was the only one of his [25] friends who survived the battle for the airport,"
    by managing to not be dragged off to Tripoli like the other 24.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TWxw3rxRE5k
    @ 3.26 goverment car attacked and explodes
    http://s14.directupload.net/images/140725/gzchkkcw.jpg

    @ 5.19 rebel anti aircraft arrives
    http://s1.directupload.net/images/140725/o2trn6rk.jpg
    http://s7.directupload.net/images/140725/he4e3xgy.jpg


    @ 5.45 airplane approaches or try to flee
    @ 6.04 hit and turn
    @ 6.14
    @ 6.26 comes down

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  61. another wolf , see logo on hat :
    http://s1.directupload.net/images/140719/qlu67gxc.jpg
    apparently right handed

    compare the logo of bohlaiqa hatman in the wooden room labraq
    http://s7.directupload.net/images/140627/9risupni.jpg

    http://s14.directupload.net/images/140704/96byk2ba.jpg
    http://s1.directupload.net/images/140704/o2l2ddgs.jpg
    *
    manpad
    http://sobh-emrooz.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/12/atwar-chivers-manpad-3285-blog480.jpg
    another black grey white jacket man ?

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  62. Or another 140 soldiers killed ?
    This L-76 could ferry up to 140 soldiers

    http://s14.directupload.net/images/140721/pdrhnzyg.jpg
    *
    http://www.airforce-technology.com/projects/il76/
    Ilyushin transport plane
    IL-76 is a medium-range military transport aircraft, also known by the Nato codename 'Candid'.

    Missions of the aircraft are: to drop paratroopers, carry troop forces and combat material with crews and armaments, including medium-sized battle tanks, airlift cargo for troop forces and transport for disaster relief operations.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g11Ugx86SLQ
    http://www.maximus.aero/fleet-ilyushin.php

    This L-76 could ferry up to 140 soldiers
    http://www.militaryfactory.com/aircraft/detail.asp?aircraft_id=191

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  63. or the date of downing the airplane was after the night 17th?
    The morning 18?
    It was during this frenzy of fighting that young Rochya was struck by gunfire.
    Twenty-five civilians were killed, the council says, though providing no figures for how many of Gadhafi’s troops died.

    http://www.thestar.com/news/world/2011/04/08/dimanno_shahats_citizens_may_take_secret_to_their_grave.html

    Twenty-five civilians = 24 + Ruqya
    "Said was the only one of his [25] friends who survived the battle for the airport
    *
    After seizing battalion Garah
    http://s1.directupload.net/images/140725/c653prnm.jpg
    the rebels headed to the airport for editing the mercenaries.
    And the help of God enabled them to do so. with huge amounts of diverse weapons,
    which they distributed mostly among themselves, and sent others to their brothers
    [ Omhabarn battalion Fadil Bu Omar] in the city of Benghazi,
    in order to confront the elements of the battalion-Fadil Bu Omar.
    http://libya-al-mostakbal.org/archive/author/3603

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  64. Airport killings

    Mujahideen brave tackled them [those inside] and killed those who killed and captured the rest,

    http://libyancivilwar.blogspot.com/2011/10/al-baida-massacre-iii-three-killings-in.html

    100 captured pro-Gaddafi troops,
    Thursday February 24 2011 Mustafa Mohamed Abdel-Jalil, [(...) was due to pass judgment
    on about 100 captured pro-Gaddafi troops, both Libyans and African mercenaries.
    The Khamis Brigade, one of the regime's special forces units made its last stand at the local airport.
    http://www.independent.ie/world-news/middle-east/fledgling-state-takes-shape-in-the-east-26707695.html

    http://felixfeatures.photoshelter.com/image?_bqG=3&_bqH=eJwrqDJOMnKPdPcJDw6xcCtyc6kILTYPKq6sKCm2MjSxMjWwMjQAAivPeJdgZ9tgD0cPxxA1MCfe0c_FtgTIDg12DYr3dLENBSmsMAzMS3L2jyozDlSLd3QOsS1OTSxKzgAAT8AfIg--I_IDI000014CQTgMrXTY

    The captured soldiers are now being kept as prisoners in a local school. On 17 February 2011 Libya saw the beginnings of a revolution against the 41 year regime of Col Muammar Gaddafi. .

    http://felixfeatures.photoshelter.com/image?_bqG=5&_bqH=eJwrqDJOMnKPdPcJDw6xcCtyc6kILTYPKq6sKCm2MjSxMjWwMjQAAivPeJdgZ9tgD0cPxxA1MCfe0c_FtgTIDg12DYr3dLENBSmsMAzMS3L2jyozDlSLd3QOsS1OTSxKzgAAT8AfIg--I_IDI0000dbhB69iKhj4








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  65. 29 people killed (at labraq)

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/africaandindianocean/libya/8349414/African-mercenaries-in-Libya-nervously-await-their-fate.html
    About fifty people were killed in Al-Bayda city

    and twenty more in a village near the airport.

    The gunmen also took both civilians and Libyan soldiers as hostages
    in the nearby port city of Al-Baida, threatening to kill them
    unless the siege of that city was lifted by Libyan security forces.

    The same group was also accused by Libyan officials of hanging two soldiers only days earlier.
    http://www.frontpagemag.com/2011/frank-crimi/the-islamic-republic-of-libya/
    http://news.smh.com.au/breaking-news-world/libyan-islamists-seize-arms-take-hostages-20110221-1b19c.html
    -

    and twenty more in a village near the airport.

    Mabroud Hur 29 persons group
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8QG6FW_9I-A

    nearly at the end of the vid @ 4.20 you can hear one killer shouting about labraq
    http://libyancivilwar.blogspot.com/2011/04/behind-scenes-of-al-baida-massacre.html

    http://photouploads.com/images/askarynmn.jpg

    Zawiya man Mabroud Hur 29 person group

    http://photouploads.com/?v=askaryoho.jpg

    http://photouploads.com/?v=askarymlm.jpg

    http://photouploads.com/?v=askaryfsf.jpg


    The 22 group = 29 group
    After a week of insistent rumours of human rights abuses,
    powerful evidence has emerged for at least one mass execution of prisoners
    in Libya. What is uncertain though, is who are the men, and who killed them.
    Tom Coghlan Ras Jdir, Tunisia Published at 12:01AM, March 2 2011

    The footage, passed to The Times by Tunisian human rights activists,
    was shot on a mobile phone on about February 23
    www.thetimes.co.uk/tto/news/.../article2930353.ece



    http://s7.directupload.net/images/140719/7ddql8sb.jpg

    http://s133.photobucket.com/user/chainsawmoth/media/Libyan%20Civil%20War/Al-Baida_scene_outer.jpg.html

    http://s133.photobucket.com/user/chainsawmoth/media/Libyan%20Civil%20War/Al-Baida_scene_inner.jpg.html

    http://s1.directupload.net/images/140724/6v8576x5.jpg

    http://s1.directupload.net/images/140724/zgqluguk.jpg

    http://s14.directupload.net/images/140729/pl76xxvs.jpg


    http://s1.directupload.net/images/140729/j9fi52ys.jpg



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  66. 22 killed at labraq


    http://michaelgraae.photoshelter.com/gallery-image/Libya/G0000.fhR3MUyQPA/I0000ipv99Ue8Xx4
    Blood and clothes on the floor at the Labraq Airport terminal near Shahat,
    where 22 “mecenaries loyal to Gadaffi were killed by the opposition.
    600 mercenaries fought the oppostion in a firefight lasting three days.


    on the left of the 3 chairs a beheaded soldier

    http://photouploads.com/images/askarytdt.jpg


    http://s1.directupload.net/images/140704/xs22kcvz.jpg

    http://s1.directupload.net/images/140704/7wj2deq2.jpg

    http://s7.directupload.net/images/140704/jwysc2tt.jpg

    http://s1.directupload.net/images/140704/kzhaek6n.jpg



    http://photouploads.com/images/askarydkd.jpg
    labraq loads of boarding passes


    http://michaelgraae.photoshelter.com/gallery-image/Libya/G0000.fhR3MUyQPA/I0000ANWej_4_jrk
    Blood and broken glass lie next to an old boarding pass at Lubrique Aiport in Lubrique, Libya where 600 “mercenaries loyal to Gadaffi fought the opposition in a three day battle.
    Copyright:2011 Michael Graae

    http://www.spiegel.de/international/world/the-battle-for-al-bayda-fighting-for-freedom-against-tanks-mercenaries-and-bombs-a-747909.html
    Traces of the brutal fight are everywhere on the white-tiled departure terminal at the regional airport. The ground is littered with bullet casings, weapons crates and the bloody uniforms of the African mercenaries.

    Among hundreds of boarding passes and suitcases, one can see trails of blood from the wounded and the dead. Jackets, caps and boots from Gadhafi's soldiers lie among ripped open first aid materials


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  67. on about 100 captured pro-Gaddafi troops

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F_jU8Ds0uEk
    about a 100 Prisoners airport Abraq

    A lefthanded black coat wearing decisionmaker
    @0.18 @ 0.58 – @1.00 -1.05 @ 1.17 @1.56 @2.05

    Thursday February 24 2011 Mustafa Mohamed Abdel-Jalil, (...) was due to pass judgment
    on about 100 captured pro-Gaddafi troops, both Libyans and African mercenaries.

    The Khamis Brigade, one of the regime's special forces units

    made its last stand at the local airport.

    http://www.independent.ie/world-news/middle-east/fledgling-state-takes-shape-in-the-east-26707695.html

    Protesters had also set fire on Thursday [17 february] to the Labarj military airport outside of al Bayda, according to al Warfali. Reuters "The airport is closed now," he said at mid-day on Friday.

    -

    most turned out to have an Arab appearance.
    [Allowed] to film the captured “mercenaries”, most turned out to have an Arab appearance. The few persons of sub-Saharan African appearance were all in civilian clothes.
    http://theredphoenixapl.org/2011/09/14/anti-black-racism-among-libyan-rebels/
    -

    The defected Libyan army officer clearly stated he did “not believe” him.
    In one room, 76 men practically slept on top of one another,
    http://www.nytimes.com/2011/02/24/world/africa/24rebels.html?_r=0

    on about a 15 men :
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IgzAKYdjBX0&feature=related
    @ 1.45 eye bandage man
    http://photouploads.com/images/shahat3sch.jpg

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  68. February 23, 2011 In one room, 76 men practically slept on top of one another,

    Thursday February 24 2011 on about 100 captured pro-Gaddafi troops


    Shabat, Libya-- February 28, 2011:.Omar is the last of some 200 suspected mercenaries

    to be freed from the Aruba School in the eastern town of Shahat.
    http://felixfeatures.photoshelter.com/image?_bqG=7&_bqH=eJwrqDJOMnKPdPcJDw6xcCtyc6kILTYPKq6sKCm2MjSxMjWwMjQAAivPeJdgZ9tgD0cPxxA1MCfe0c_FtgTIDg12DYr3dLENBSmsMAzMS3L2jyozDlSLd3QOsS1OTSxKzgAAT8AfIg--I_IDI0000L9SVt8qlZo8


    Bouckaert said, on March 2, that those remaining were released. It was done quietly
    http://libyancivilwar.blogspot.com/2011/10/mercenary-myths-aruba-school-captives.html

    http://content.time.com/time/world/article/0,8599,2053490,00.html#ixzz2hoVgJBNL
    Captured by rebels in the streets and from nearby army bases, some prisoners say they were moved several times before arriving at their makeshift prison.

    http://photouploads.com/?v=askarytut.jpg
    Chadian boys in Dernah 25 february 2011

    Chadian boys in Shahat
    http://online.wsj.com/media/0223Libya20_J.jpg

    http://felixfeatures.photoshelter.com/image?_bqG=4&_bqH=eJwrqDJOMnKPdPcJDw6xcCtyc6kILTYPKq6sKCm2MjSxMjWwMjQAAivPeJdgZ9tgD0cPxxA1MCfe0c_FtgTIDg12DYr3dLENBSmsMAzMS3L2jyozDlSLd3QOsS1OTSxKzgAAT8AfIg--I_IDI0000c.qY0IXSC2M
    Shahat the old man on the left top
    companion of the Chadian boy 18 year old Mohamed Al-Madani


    http://felixfeatures.photoshelter.com/image?_bqG=2&_bqH=eJwrqDJOMnKPdPcJDw6xcCtyc6kILTYPKq6sKCm2MjSxMjWwMjQAAivPeJdgZ9tgD0cPxxA1MCfe0c_FtgTIDg12DYr3dLENBSmsMAzMS3L2jyozDlSLd3QOsS1OTSxKzgAAT8AfIg--I_IDI0000qxV8GrDgr4s
    18 year old Mohamed Al-Madani, from Chad, is amongst the captured soldiers and foreign mercenaries being kept prisoner in a local school.


    SHAHHAT Not far from the radio station, teenagers from Chad were among about 200 people detained in a school February 23, 2011
    http://www.nytimes.com/2011/02/24/world/africa/24rebels.html?_r=1&


    *

    During a visit to the rebels’ main jail on Monday in Benghazi,
    guards said they were holding about 76 prisoners

    suspected of involvement with pro-Gadhafi forces – with more arriving all the time, as fighting continues., Apr. 01 2011
    http://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/world/a-rebellion-divided-spectre-of-revenge-killings-hangs-over-eastern-libya/article556267/?page=3

    -

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DouqJll7DpA

    This is a rebel video showing some "foreign mercenaries" being brought to the same location claiming they were captured in Bin Jawad.

    The stated date of the video matches up with the actual battle.

    http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=02a_1301531604


    This version of the video claims a post/origin date of 30 Mar, which coincides with the first video.

    It's odd to me that if this date is true (I haven't been able to find a version of this video with an earlier upload date), then the rebels were still holding public executions from their capital building past the initial "chaos" that is usually cited to excuse such behavior.
    http://libyancivilwar.blogspot.com/2011/08/feasting-after-bloodbath.html

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  69. http://online.wsj.com/media/0223Libya20_J.jpg
    http://libyancivilwar.blogspot.com/2011/10/mercenary-myths-aruba-school-captives.html

    The guards let them into the school's lobby and then hold them back.
    "They are scared that they will hurt the Africans,"
    says Tawfik al-Shohiby, an activist and chemical engineer.

    http://content.time.com/time/world/article/0,8599,2053490,00.html

    "There are snipers among them, but they won't talk," a guard told Hauslohner,
    pointing into the room-full of 76 men

    http://articles.latimes.com/2011/feb/23/world/la-fgw-libya-color-20110224

    "Tawfik al-Shohiby, one of the rebels, said that in the early days of the revolt one of his relatives bought $75,000 in automatic weapons from arms dealers on the Egyptian border and distributed them to citizens’ groups in towns like Bayda."


    Field Commander / Salem Musa Yusuf Khafifi returned from Britain
    entered through Egypt and bought up arms
    https://fbcdn-sphotos-g-a.akamaihd.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/217917_250328935088595_498332401_n.jpg
    http://libyancivilwar.blogspot.com/2012/08/shed-massacre-annivesrsary.html


    http://www.nytimes.com/2011/02/25/world/africa/25libya.html?nl=todaysheadlines&emc=tha2&_r=0
    Mr. Shohiby began helping lead an effort this week to shuttle foreign journalists from the Egyptian border to towns across eastern Libya.



    http://www.globalresearch.ca/who-are-the-libyan-freedom-fighters-and-their-patrons/23947
    “We know the Egyptian military council is helping us, but they can’t be so visible,”
    said Hani Souflakis, a Libyan businessman in Cairo who has been acting as a rebel liaison with the Egyptian government since the uprising began.


    In fact, even before the NATO attack began, according to the Wall Street Journal,
    the new “progressive” Egyptian regime “has begun shipping arms over the border
    to Libyan rebels with Washington’s knowledge,” as Libyan rebel officials said.[60]

    http://www.inclusivedemocracy.org/journal/vol7/vol7_no1_takis_Libya_part1_pseudo_revolution.html



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  70. Dernah 4 killed and 22 killed

    Two days earlier, on 16 February, it was also reported that Islamist gunmen, with the help of a defecting army colonel, stormed an arms depot in Derna and seized 250 weapons and an assortment of 70 military vehicles.

    During the raid four soldiers were killed and 16 wounded.[15]
    By the end of 18 February, the only place that still housed a significant number of Gaddafi loyalists in Benghazi was the Katiba compound.

    http://libyancivilwar.blogspot.com/2011/08/gaddafi-burning-soldiers-alive-really.html
    On Friday, he said they attacked the port in Derna and seized an assortment of 70 military vehicles.



    The group calls itself the "Islamic Emirate of Barqa" after the ancient name of a region of northwest Libya, and the official said its leadership is made up of former al-Qaeda fighters previously released from jail.
    http://news.smh.com.au/breaking-news-world/libyan-islamists-seize-arms-take-hostages-20110221-1b19c.html
    *

    http://photouploads.com/?v=askaryeje.jpg

    http://photouploads.com/?v=askaryehe.jpg


    http://photouploads.com/?v=askaryzvz.jpg
    government soldiers captured in Dernah


    Sheikh Choukri Al-Hasy, director of the town’s principal mosque:
    the al-Sahaba mosque : Prophet's Companions mosque

    http://static.panoramio.com/photos/large/8286938.jpg

    http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2014/06/isis-linked-terrorists-destroy-historic-tomb-at-celebrated-libyan-mosque/


    http://articles.latimes.com/2011/feb/23/world/la-fgw-libya-color-20110224

    Some of the soldiers were captured and about 20 were held in a large room of the mosque for a few days before being moving to a location farther away, said Ashraf Sadaga,
    a member of the Prophet's Companions Committee, which oversees the area.
    The location is secret and the soldiers are being protected from the wrath of the city's residents, he said.


    At a hospital just a few miles away there are more bodies, residents said.
    http://www.panoramio.com/photo/9121762
    http://www.panoramio.com/photo/9121789
    32° 45' 13.08" N  22° 38' 29.97" E

    On February 23,
    a group of 22 government soldiers attempted to make a breakout from an air base near Derna,
    which had been under siege for days by rebel fighters.
    Within hours, all of them were captured
    and eventualy 12 of them were shot execution style while a 13th was hanged by the opposition forces.[18]

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Casualties_of_the_Libyan_Civil_War
    http://libyancivilwar.blogspot.com/2011/10/al-baida-massacre-iii-three-killings-in.html


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  71. a pile of bodies, apparently executed with gunshots, at a nearby crossroads known as Hisha.
    http://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/world/a-rebellion-divided-spectre-of-revenge-killings-hangs-over-eastern-libya/article556267/?page=3

    More than 160 of the soldiers who fought the rebellion during several days of bloody standoff at the airport south of Darna were eventually released after ceasefire talks brokered by respected elders.

    Before the ceasefire, however, a group of 22 soldiers who broke through the rebels’ barricades

    near the airport on Feb. 23 seem to have fared worse

    http://www.ibiblio.org/hyperwar/UN/Australia/Bengazi/maps/Benghazi-p247t.jpg
    Al Bumbah North Air Base
    Latitude: 32.452900 | 32 27.173996 N | N32 27 10
    Longitude: 23.118601 | 23 7.116051 E | E023 07 06
    http://s7.directupload.net/images/140729/h5lw7vpl.jpg



    The rebels caught all 22 soldiers and started transporting them in pickup trucks back to Darna; although seven leapt from the back of the trucks they were recaptured the next morning in a neighbouring village. The remaining 15 arrived at the central mosque in Darna, where a large crowed gathered and called for their execution.

    http://ly.worldmapz.com/photo/226_de.htm

    http://s133.photobucket.com/user/chainsawmoth/media/Libyan%20Civil%20War/map_Makhtuba.jpg.html

    http://www.maplandia.com/libya/airports/derna-martuba-airport/
    32° 32' 59" North, 22° 46' 0" East

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  72. 22 killed @ dernah?

    More than 160 of the soldiers who fought the rebellion during several days of bloody standoff at the airport south of Darna were eventually released


    Some of the soldiers were captured and about 20 were held in a large room of the mosque

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    1. Nissen also reckons in this photo that 150-200 civilians were killed in Tobruk
      (no video confirmation anywhere) area alone,
      showing allegedly a former Captain who has changed sides and looks out over Tobrus firmly in rebel hands.

      http://libyancivilwar.blogspot.com/2011/10/mercenary-myths-aruba-school-captives.html

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  73. we have two or three planes,” said a spokesman for the council, Abdel-Hafidh Ghoga.
    http://www.nytimes.com/2011/03/02/world/africa/02libya.html?ref=world&_r=0

    -

    He smiles wryly. “I don’t know if they were the same two fighter jets we once hosted here…

    but fighter jets have bombarded the civilian population and targeted villagers…”

    Certainly it is an ironic perspective: Malta at the time had refused a request by the Libyan government for the return of those defected jets, precisely because there was a danger that they might be used to kill civilians.

    Cassar however admits that this irony became evident only with hindsight.
    http://www.maltatoday.com.mt/news/interview/41667/what_future_for_libya__joseph_cassar


    Feb. 21, 2011 the two aircraft landed at Benghazi,
    where they were refueled and armed.
    Two Libyan Air Force Mirage F.1s, armed with rocket pods, landed in the afternoon of Feb. 21, 2011, in Malta.
    the two aircraft had taken off from Okba Ben Nafi airbase near Tripoli and landed at Benghazi,
    where they were refueled and armed.
    http://theaviationist.com/tag/okba-ben-nafi-air-base/

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  74. On the same day police also questioned seven passengers who landed in Malta
    from Libya
    on board two French-registered helicopters, with Malta government sources saying the helicopters had left Libya without authorisation by the Libyan aviation authorities

    and that only one of the seven passengers - who say they are French citizens - had a passport.
    http://libyancivilwar.blogspot.com/2011/05/malta-pilots.html
    http://libyancivilwar.blogspot.com/2011/05/seven-frenchmen-escape-benghazi.html
    http://libyancivilwar.blogspot.com/2011/04/nouri-al-mesmari-and-paris.html


    As Chossudovsky writes, “Hundreds of US, British and French military advisers arrived in Cyrenaica, Libya’s eastern breakaway province” on February 23 and 24— seven (7) days after the start of Gadhaffi’s domestic rebellion. “The advisers, including intelligence officers, were dropped from warships and missile boats at the coastal towns of Benghazi and Tobruk.” (DEBKAfile, US military advisers in Cyrenaica, Feb. 25, 2011)
    http://www.t-room.us/tag/occidental-petroleum/


    Furthermore, this myth was contradicted early on in the conflict by the arrest of a group of British SAS operatives who were found to possess quantities of arms and explosives (certainly not for their own personal protection!),[58]
    http://www.inclusivedemocracy.org/journal/vol7/vol7_no1_takis_Libya_part1_pseudo_revolution.html


    The advisers, including intelligence officers, were dropped from warships and missile boats at the coastal towns of Benghazi and Tobruk Thursday Feb. 24,

    *
    Major-General Suleiman Mahmoud, the commander of the armed forces in Tobruk,
    told Al Jazeera that the troops led by him had switched loyalties.
    http://tv.globalresearch.ca/2011/02/gaddafi-loses-more-libyan-cities
    @Cyrenaican: General Suleiman al'Abaidi protesting with the people in Benghazi #Libya #Feb17

    *
    The company resumed oil shipments on Sunday, loading two tankers at a port in Tobruk, Mr. Bulifa said. The ships — one bound for Austria and the other for China — represented the company’s first shipments since Feb. 10.
    http://www.nytimes.com/2011/02/28/world/africa/28unrest.html?pagewanted=all&_r=0


    *
    for a threefold mission:
    1. To help the revolutionary committees controlling eastern Libyan establish government frameworks for supplying two million inhabitants with basic services and commodities;
    2. To organize them into paramilitary units, teach them how to use the weapons they captured from Libyan army facilities, help them restore law and order on the streets and train them to fight Muammar Qaddafi’s combat units coming to retake Cyrenaica.
    3. The prepare infrastructure for the intake of additional foreign troops.

    Egyptian units are among those under consideration.

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  75. 23 february 2011 Yesterday, Egyptian preacher Safwat Hijazi

    bearded guy left of Baghdadi
    https://theorbo1.files.wordpress.com/2013/06/dogs-of-sedition.jpeg

    condemned the rise of crimes committed by Gaddafi against the Libyan people,
    calling it crimes against humanity in this world and the hereafter.

    And about the position of preachers and clerics in the Arab world he said : "a real massacre and shameful actions ...

    Gaddafi justifies his crimes and annihilated innocent people for their project to establish an Islamic emirate ..

    http://ar.algerie360.com/%D8%B5%D9%81%D9%88%D8%AA%E2%80%AD-%E2%80%AC%D8%AD%D8%AC%D8%A7%D8%B2%D9%8A-%D8%A3%D8%B3%D8%A7%D9%86%D8%AF%E2%80%AD-%E2%80%AC%D8%A7%D9%84%D9%82%D8%B1%D8%B6%D8%A7%D9%88%D9%8A%E2%80%AD-%E2%80%AC%D9%81/



    http://www.inclusivedemocracy.org/journal/vol7/vol7_no1_takis_Libya_part2_degenerate_left.html

    It was an accident of history.
    I happened to be in Egypt when Gaddafi sent his planes to shoot at the pacifist demonstrations in Tripoli.

    It seemed to me such an enormous, unprecedented thing,

    and I felt the Egyptian democrats around me were so horrified by it that I decided on instinct to go to Libya straight away ( bernard levy/bhl)

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  76. Thursday, February 24, 2011 Mr. Hague said he did not rule out the use of British special forces to rescue the 170 British workers marooned in desert camps away from Libya’s major cities.
    http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2011/feb/24/4500-chinese-escape-libya-sea-americans-stuck/?page=all
    *
    * BRITAIN: There are about 500 British nationals in Libya including 170 workers in various desert camps. About 300 are in the capital and 70 in the eastern city of Benghazi.
    http://www.reuters.com/article/2011/02/24/us-libya-protests-evacuation-idUSTRE71N3WI20110224


    http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20110228/ap_on_re_us/libya_evacuations_105
    BERLIN – British and German military planes swooped into Libya's desert,

    rescuing hundreds of oil workers and civilians stranded at remote sites,
    as thousands of other foreigners are still stuck in Tripoli by bad weather and red tape.

    The secret military missions into the turbulent North Africa country signal the readiness of Western nations to disregard Libya's territorial integrity when it comes to the safety of their citizens.

    Three British Royal Air Force planes plucked 150 stranded civilians from multiple locations in the eastern Libyan desert before flying them to Malta on Sunday, the British Defense Ministry said in a statement. One of the RAF Hercules aircraft appeared to have suffered minor damage from small arms fire, Defence Secretary Liam Fox said.

    The rescue follows a similar secret commando raid Saturday by British Special Forces that got another 150 oil workers from the remote Libyan desert.

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  77. On the outskirts, the committees have bolstered the guard at the city's only oil refinery, helping thwart what they believe was a plan by pro-Gaddafi thugs to attack the facility two days ago.

    They have also suspended oil exports, partly because the regime could try to bomb the refineries, they say, but also over fears that the revenue would end up in Col Gaddafi's pockets.
    http://www.independent.ie/world-news/middle-east/protesters-and-army-unite-to-restore-some-normality-26707954.html

    Already on Sunday, (20 february) Sheikh Faraj al-Zuway, leader of the crucial al-Zuwayya tribe in eastern Libya, had threatened to cut oil exports to the West
    within 24 hours unless what he called the "oppression of protesters" in Benghazi was stopped.

    http://www.aljazeera.com/news/africa/2011/02/201122131439291589.html

    24/02/2011 All southern oilfields are in rebel control. Moustafa Raba’a,
    a mechanical engineer with the Sirte oil company, said pressure had been put on field
    and refinery managers to stop work and protect all foreign nationals working with them.

    “The order was put out to send a message to Gaddafi to stop the slaying of our people in Benghazi. We made a decision to deny him the privilege of exporting oil and gas to Europe.” He said the blockade had prevented 80,000 barrels a day being exported from the Dregga field alone.


    The real objective of “Operation Libya” is not to establish democracy

    but to take possession of Libya's oil reserves, destabilize the National Oil Corporation (NOC) and eventually privatize the country's oil industry, namely transfer the control and ownership of Libya's oil wealth into foreign hands (…) The strategic scenario would be to push towards the formation and recognition of an interim government of the secessionist province, with a view to eventually breaking up the country…The broad strategic objectives underlying the proposed invasion are not mentioned by the media.

    Following a deceitful media campaign, where news was literally fabricated without reporting on what was actually happening on the ground, a large sector of international public opinion has granted its unbending support to foreign intervention, on humanitarian grounds.

    http://www.globalresearch.ca/libya-invasion-planned-by-nato-since-2007-with-the-support-of-mi6/26804?print=1

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  78. The success of the insurrectionists, at first glance at least, remains a mystery.

    The uprising ostensibly has 6,000 trained soldiers from defecting battalions 05 Mar 2011
    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/africaandindianocean/libya/8363610/Libyas-battle-for-Brega-Ive-not-had-any-training-but-Ive-seen-plenty-of-action-films.html

    Four battalions comprising several thousand soldiers have moved from Libya's second city, Benghazi, towards the front in the past two days, said Jelel Suleiman, a marine. Wednesday 09 March 2011
    http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/africa/rebels-bombarded-by-planes-and-tanks-in-vicious-fight-for-zawiyah-2236290.html

    3/29/11 And while the rebels aren't necessarily calling coalition planes in when they need support, I think it's safe to assume that recon units—either drones and/or special operations units on the ground—are guiding these attacks to the places and battles where they are needed the most. In fact, you need to have recon units for these planes to operate correctly and kill the bad guys, not your friends.
    http://gizmodo.com/5786793/why-are-spectres-and-warthogs-attacking-gaddafis-forces-now

    The second phase of the war created a situation on the ground which has led to the “rebel” side now being better armed than the “regime’s forces”. This was confirmed after the incident of 7th April, in which NATO planes accidentally attacked and destroyed an entire column of tanks, armoured vehicles and rocket launchers, killing up to 13 “revolutionaries” in the process.
    http://www.inclusivedemocracy.org/journal/vol7/vol7_no1_takis_Libya_part1_pseudo_revolution.html

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  79. “False Pretext Number One: “to protect civilians”

    http://socialistfight.com/2014/04/21/the-lefts-foolish-illusions-in-benghazis-rebels-by-gerry-downing-this-one-has-stood-the-test-of-time/

    “The falsity of this pretext is obvious, first of all, because the UN Resolution authorizing military action “to protect civilians” was drawn up by France – whose objective was clearly regime change – and its Western allies. Had the real concern of the UN Security Council been to “protect innocent lives” it would have, could have, should have sent a strong neutral observer mission to find out what was really happening in Libya. There was no proof of rebel claims that the Qaddafi regime was slaughtering civilians. Had there been visible proof of such atrocities, we can be sure that they would have been shown regularly on prime time television. We have seen no such proof. A UN fact-finding mission could have very rapidly set the record straight, and the Security Council could then have acted on the basis of factual information rather than of claims by rebels seeking international aid for their cause.”[4]

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  80. By Perrine MOUTERDE (text) Latest update: 10/03/2011

    On paper, Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi has an army of 76,000 soldiers and 40,000 paramilitary troops. He also has 260 attack aircraft (mostly MIG 25 and 23s), 650 tanks, 2,300 artillery pieces and more than 100 helicopters (figures from Israeli site Middle East Military Balance). 

    Now, meantime, NATO says it's run more than 6,000 air patrols in the first six weeks of its mission in Libya. More than a third of those were strike sorties. NATO's secretary-general says the allied jets are, and I quote, "steadily degrading Gadhafi's war machine." Aired May 11, 2011 - 16:00:00   ET
    http://transcripts.cnn.com/TRANSCRIPTS/1105/11/ctw.01.html

    http://www.veteranstoday.com/2011/03/26/libya-brimestone-missiles-visit-gaddafi-tanks-four-videos/

    US sends drones to Libya, battle rages for Misrata The United States has started using armed drones against Muammar Gaddafi’s troops,
    Another officer, General Salah Giuma Yahmed, said Gaddafi's army was weakening day by day, with the force reduced to 20 per cent of its original capacity.Last Modified: 31 May 2011
    http://www.aljazeera.com/news/africa/2011/05/20115308196965572.html

    General Oun Ali Oun, formerly of the military intelligence service, said a group of 120 officers and soldiers who had defected were now in Tunis. Many others had switched sides and joined the rebels, or were in hiding.

    Both generals estimated that the armed forces were now at 20 per cent of their initial strength at the beginning of the fighting because of the losses and defections they had suffered.
    June 05, 2011
    http://www.theaustralian.com.au/news/world/gaddafis-libyan-army-collapsing-say-defectors/story-e6frg6so-1226069500257?nk=5ad33864a41066e8525e0f78c411c42c



    According to NATO, at least one third, and as many as half, of the personnel in Libya’s armed forces have been “degraded”—military-speak for killed or severely wounded.
    http://www.wsws.org/en/articles/2011/08/liby-a22.html

    Personnel
    76,000 76,000 76,000 76,000 76,000

    76000 – 22.800 = 53.200


    By early July, Mario said, more than 30% of the men under his command had deserted or defected to the rebel side.
    NATO missiles scored several direct hits on his forces, causing "significant casualties."
    At that point in the war, he said, "military hardware stopped having the role it [once did].
    http://content.time.com/time/world/article/0,8599,2090205,00.html


    Their task appeared to have been made easier by NATO air strikes.

    **
    Four months into Nato's campaign, Colonel Muammar Gaddafi controls about 22 per cent more territory than in the aftermath of the revolution in February Saturday 16 July 2011
    http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/africa/opposition-fighters-are-losing-battles-ndash-but-winning-the-war-2314575.html

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  81. The uprising ostensibly has 6,000 trained soldiers from defecting battalions to call on
    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/africaandindianocean/libya/8363610/Libyas-battle-for-Brega-Ive-not-had-any-training-but-Ive-seen-plenty-of-action-films.html


    turned out to be no more than hundreds:

    Another indication is that, despite the relentless and brutal NATO bombings,
    not only did a revolution against the regime never materialize,
    as the mouthpieces of the transnational elite kept on claiming from the first day,
    but also its supporters continued to fight without any substantial reinforcements,
    despite the fact that their replenishment routes were being systematically destroyed
    by these bombings and they were themselves being subjected to them on a daily basis —

    when they could easily have defected to the other side.

    On the contrary, as acknowledged by a “minister"” of the “revolutionary” government (who had taught for 35 years in the U.S. and had just returned to Benghazi!)[40],

    the “thousands” of soldiers belonging to Gaddafi’s army who had supposedly defected at the beginning of the uprising, eventually turned out to be no more than hundreds,
    as they, together with the trained rebels, amounted to 1,000 at most,
    presumably because the deserters had chosen to go home (if they had not, indeed, returned to the army!).

    http://www.inclusivedemocracy.org/journal/vol7/vol7_no1_takis_Libya_part1_pseudo_revolution.html

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  82. While the number of sorties per day was less than in Kosovo
    and the initial phase of Operation Enduring Freedom, NATO precision airstrikes
    destroyed a signifi-cant amount of Qaddafi’s military assets.
    NATO reported hitting a total of 503 targets in Brega, 416 targets in Misrata, and 723 targets in Tripoli.41

    The cumulative effect of the bombing of Qaddafi’s forces in and around
    Brega, Misrata, and the Nafusa Mountains eventually enabled the rebel forces
    to advance on all fronts.
    http://strategicstudiesinstitute.army.mil/pubs/parameters/Articles/2012spring/Borghard_Pischedda.pdf


    700 in zawiya ,acc to dr Mohammed Ali Leghuil

    About 50,000 people were killed since the start of the uprising,” Colonel Hisham Buhagiar, commander of the anti-Gaddafi troops who advanced out of the Western Mountains and took Tripoli a week ago,told Reuters.

    “In Misrata and Zlitan between 15,000 and 17,000 were killed and Jebel Nafusa (the Western Mountains) took a lot of casualties.


    “Then there was Ajdabiyah, Brega. Many people were killed there too,” he said,
    referring to towns repeatedly fought over in eastern Libya.

    http://libyancivilwar.blogspot.com/2012/07/janat-hotel-exposed.html

    15 September 2011 NATO said that on Wednesday it had struck a command and control node, a military vehicle storage facility, four radar systems and two surface-to-air missile systems in the Sirte area.

    Around 15 percent of Kadhafi's forces are still operational, the alliance said.
    http://www.rnw.nl/english/bulletin/britain-france-help-hunt-dangerous-kadhafi-1

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  83. This is not yet a bloodbath on the scale of Libya,
    where even the new government admits
    that at least 25,000 people died in the NATO-led war.

    Syria could follow the Libya model though, if NATO and the GCC keep providing weapons and military training to the Free Syrian Army and are prepared to beef it up with special forces on the ground, and as long as the UN approves a no-fly zone to provide cover for another 9,700 air strikes.”
    http://strategicstudiesinstitute.army.mil/pubs/parameters/Articles/2012spring/Borghard_Pischedda.pdf


    Today, ( 2012) those killed in Libya since the assassination of Gaddafi until now
    exceed 15,000.

    Pro-western International human rights organizations talk about imaginary numbers of detainees in
    secret prisons run by armed teenagers with no moral or legal controls, where all forms of torture
    and persecution are practiced against innocent people, and where the detainees are considered
    guilty until proven innocent. The judicial system is absolutely broken, and ex-criminals are in charge of security

    http://www.shoebat.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/11/Blood_on_the_Sand_110312.pdf

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