This is a lesser post I'm starting to bring together a few vague points and perhaps more. The issue of what happened in the Al-Andalus neighborhood. It started with the victims list from the mysterious morphing Qasr Ben Ghashir prison incident. One Arabic listing of the six killed (two doctors and four military officers (just as hospitals were being emtied with deadly force and the military crushed as much as possible).
An additional five names were listed as - اسماء منفدين الاعدام - auto-translate: names Mnfdan death. As an aside until I understand the meaning, five more names are listed -taking Petri's auto-translation:
The names of the dead from [Mnfdan (?)]:
1) Mohamed Abdel-Qader Tagouri –"محمد عبد القادر التاجوري" – a police officer known as a keeper over Alsberati.
2) Abdul Salam Altarhuni–
3) Wajdi Zawi – "وجدي الزاوي
4) Ibrahim Allohh Tagouri – "ابراهيم اللوشة التاجوري"
5) Hamza Al-Surmani [Google gives Abmana - thanks to Hurriya for correcting me] – "حمزة الصرماني" – follower of Mohamed Mansour Dou
I still don't feel like I understand what "Mnfdan" means, but Hurriya points to a video (#21 on Petri's Libyan Rebels playlist) where it's associated with the Al-Andalus neighborhood (Hay Andalus). This is supposedly a higher-class neighborhood where regime loyalists were known to live, perhaps attacked by prisoners from Abu Salim released when NATO bombed the facility's gates.
Hurriya alerts me that "Higher loyalists , special from hay andalus , disappeared at the same time as the shed events and the freeing of the abu saleem prison." She wonders if there might be a link between some of these people removed and the 45-50 bodies charred completely blank in the Khamis Brigade shed massacre. It's an interesting thought, but I have little idea what it might be based on - how many missing, and who, etc. ?
To start, Hurriya's previous offerings collected, which I'll offer a space for more comments and ideas, and come back to it.
The relatives of one victim, Abdul Raouf Al Rashdi, a 33-year-old police officer, said he had been killed by a sniper several days earlier in the Hay Andalus neighborhood. http://www.post-gazette.com/pg/11239/1170396-82-0.stm?cmpid=news.xml#ixzz1gMcorduA
The freed thousands of Abu saleem prison directed immediately to Hay Andalus . If the burned victims and shed victims are the same : then it explains why they were burned [ 2 times] beyound recognition and why no one has undertaken a research.
Libyan Fighters in Hayy Al-Andalus and at Muhammad Gaddafi's House (Tripoli, Libya) Aug. 21, 2011
successfully escaped Abu Salim prison on 19/8 after NATO bombed the compound #Libya 28,000 prisoners :[ prison of the most notorious killers, freed prisoners immediately headed to richer districts as hay andalus]
One I stumbled across: http://www.libyauprisingarchive.com/821---823-from-a-good-source.html Al Khwayldi Al Hamydi Gadafi second in Command is surrounded in his home at Hay Andalus area. His guards negotiating his surrender.