Posted by: pinkturtle2 | Februari 27, 2011

Misurata telah jatuh.. Gabungan rakyat dan tentera telah memasuki Tripoli

Rebel army officers teach the use of a AK-47 to civilians who have volunteered to join the rebel army in Benghazi February 27, 2011. The rebel army is preparing to fight Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi's forces in Tripoli if necessary, an official in the rebel army said. Libyans in the rebel-held eastern city of Benghazi were on Sunday discussing plans for a temporary authority that would help support those challenging Gaddafi's rule in his stronghold of Tripoli.

Rebel army officers teach the use of a AK-47 to civilians who have volunteered to join the rebel army in Benghazi February 27, 2011. The rebel army is preparing to fight Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi’s forces in Tripoli if necessary, an official in the rebel army said. Libyans in the rebel-held eastern city of Benghazi were on Sunday discussing plans for a temporary authority that would help support those challenging Gaddafi’s rule in his stronghold of Tripoli.

Rebel army officers teach the use of a AK-47 to civilians who have volunteered to join the rebel army in Benghazi February 27, 2011. The rebel army is preparing to fight Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi's forces in Tripoli if necessary, an official in the rebel army said. Libyans in the rebel-held eastern city of Benghazi were on Sunday discussing plans for a temporary authority that would help support those challenging Gaddafi's rule in his stronghold of Tripoli.

A rebel army officer teaches the use of an anti-aircraft gun to civilians who have volunteered to join the rebel army in Benghazi February 27, 2011. The rebel army is preparing to fight Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi's forces in Tripoli if necessary, an official in the rebel army said.

A rebel army officer teaches the use of an anti-aircraft gun to civilians who have volunteered to join the rebel army in Benghazi February 27, 2011. The rebel army is preparing to fight Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi's forces in Tripoli if necessary, an official in the rebel army said.

A rebel army officer teaches the use of an anti-aircraft gun to civilians who have volunteered to join the rebel army in Benghazi February 27, 2011. The rebel army is preparing to fight Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi’s forces in Tripoli if necessary, an official in the rebel army said.

Rebel army officers teach the use of an anti-aircraft gun to civilians who have volunteered to join the rebel army in Benghazi February 27, 2011. The rebel army is preparing to fight Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi's forces in Tripoli if necessary, an official in the rebel army said.

Rebel army officers teach the use of a AK-47 to civilians who have volunteered to join the rebel army in Benghazi February 27, 2011. Libyans in the rebel-held eastern city of Benghazi were on Sunday discussing plans for a temporary authority that would help support those challenging Muammar Gaddafi's rule in his stronghold of Tripoli. The rebel army is preparing to fight Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi's forces in Tripoli if necessary, an official in the rebel army said.

Rebel army officers teach the use of a AK-47 to civilians who have volunteered to join the rebel army in Benghazi February 27, 2011. Libyans in the rebel-held eastern city of Benghazi were on Sunday discussing plans for a temporary authority that would help support those challenging Muammar Gaddafi’s rule in his stronghold of Tripoli. The rebel army is preparing to fight Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi’s forces in Tripoli if necessary, an official in the rebel army said.

A rebel army officer teaches civilians who have volunteered for the rebel army how to reload an anti-aircraft gun in Benghazi February 27, 2011. The rebel army is preparing to fight Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi's forces in Tripoli if necessary, an official in the rebel army said.

A rebel army officer teaches the use of an anti-aircraft gun to civilians who have volunteered to join the rebel army in Benghazi February 27, 2011. The rebel army is preparing to fight Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi's forces in Tripoli if necessary, an official in the rebel army said.

A rebel army officer teaches the use of weapons to civilians who have volunteered to join the rebel army in Benghazi February 27, 2011. The rebel army is preparing to fight Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi's forces in Tripoli if necessary, an official in the rebel army said.

A rebel army officer teaches the use of weapons to civilians who have volunteered to join the rebel army in Benghazi February 27, 2011. The rebel army is preparing to fight Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi’s forces in Tripoli if necessary, an official in the rebel army said.

A rebel army officer teaches the use of an anti-aircraft gun to civilians who have volunteered to join the rebel army in Benghazi February 27, 2011. The rebel army is preparing to fight Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi's forces in Tripoli if necessary, an official in the rebel army said.

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A rebel army officer teaches the use of an anti-aircraft gun to civilians who have volunteered to join the rebel army in Benghazi February 27, 2011. The rebel army is preparing to fight Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi’s forces in Tripoli if necessary, an official in the rebel army said.

A rebel army officer teaches the use of weapons to civilians who have volunteered for the rebel army in Benghazi February 27, 2011. The rebel army is preparing to fight Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi's forces in Tripoli if necessary, an official in the rebel army said.

A rebel army officer teaches the use of weapons to civilians who have volunteered for the rebel army in Benghazi February 27, 2011. The rebel army is preparing to fight Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi’s forces in Tripoli if necessary, an official in the rebel army said.

An anti-Lybian leader Moammar Gadhafi gunman holds up his AK-47 as he fires in the air to celebrate the freedom of the Libyan city of Benghazi, Libya, on Sunday Feb. 27, 2011. US President Barack Obama has called on Libyan dictator Moammar Gadhafi to leave power immediately, saying he has lost the legitimacy to rule with his violent crackdown on his own people.

An anti-Lybian leader Moammar Gadhafi gunman holds up his AK-47 as he fires in the air to celebrate the freedom of the Libyan city of Benghazi, Libya, on Sunday Feb. 27, 2011. US President Barack Obama has called on Libyan dictator Moammar Gadhafi to leave power immediately, saying he has lost the legitimacy to rule with his violent crackdown on his own people.

A civilian who has volunteered for the rebel army sits inside a weapons store in Benghazi February 27, 2011. The rebel army is preparing to fight Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi's forces in Tripoli if necessary, an official in the rebel army said.

A civilian who has volunteered for the rebel army sits inside a weapons store in Benghazi February 27, 2011. The rebel army is preparing to fight Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi’s forces in Tripoli if necessary, an official in the rebel army said.

A general view shows the eastern Libyan port city of Benghazi on the Mediterranean on February 27, 2011, as rebels advanced towards the Libyan capital while US President Barack Obama urged Moamer Kadhafi to step down 'now' amid growing fears that his teetering four-decade rule could descend into civil war.

A general view shows the eastern Libyan port city of Benghazi on the Mediterranean on February 27, 2011, as rebels advanced towards the Libyan capital while US President Barack Obama urged Moamer Kadhafi to step down ‘now’ amid growing fears that his teetering four-decade rule could descend into civil war.

Thousands of anti-regime demonstrators holding the old Libyan flag gather in a central square in the eastern city of Tobruk on February 25, 2011. Libya was on edge as forces loyal to Moamer Kadhafi's crumbling regime staged a bloody fightback in western towns near Tripoli and the east declared itself free of his iron-fisted rule.

Thousands of anti-regime demonstrators holding the old Libyan flag gather in a central square in the eastern city of Tobruk on February 25, 2011. Libya was on edge as forces loyal to Moamer Kadhafi’s crumbling regime staged a bloody fightback in western towns near Tripoli and the east declared itself free of his iron-fisted rule.

Libyan citizens queue outside a bank, in Benghazi, Libya, on Sunday Feb. 27, 2011. US President Barack Obama has called on Libyan dictator Moammar Gadhafi to leave power immediately, saying he has lost the legitimacy to rule with his violent crackdown on his own people.

Libyan citizens queue outside a bank, in Benghazi, Libya, on Sunday Feb. 27, 2011. US President Barack Obama has called on Libyan dictator Moammar Gadhafi to leave power immediately, saying he has lost the legitimacy to rule with his violent crackdown on his own people.

A Libyan cashier man counts money as citizens queue at a bank, in Benghazi, Libya, on Sunday Feb. 27, 2011. US President Barack Obama has called on Libyan dictator Moammar Gadhafi to leave power immediately, saying he has lost the legitimacy to rule with his violent crackdown on his own people.

A Libyan cashier man counts money as citizens queue at a bank, in Benghazi, Libya, on Sunday Feb. 27, 2011. US President Barack Obama has called on Libyan dictator Moammar Gadhafi to leave power immediately, saying he has lost the legitimacy to rule with his violent crackdown on his own people.

British Royal Marines Commandos walk off the HMS Cumberland frigate at a port in Benghazi February 27, 2011.

British Royal Marines Commandos walk off the HMS Cumberland frigate at a port in Benghazi February 27, 2011.

A British Royal Navy Commando gives instructions to men before they board British Royal Navy HMS Cumberland frigate at Benghazi port February 27, 2011. The frigate is being used to evacuate British citizens from Libya.

A British Royal Navy Commando gives instructions to men before they board British Royal Navy HMS Cumberland frigate at Benghazi port February 27, 2011. The frigate is being used to evacuate British citizens from Libya.

Libyan insurgent soldiers display heavy caliber ammunition allegedly intended to be used against civilians at a military barrack in Benghazi on February 27, 2011. Rebels advanced on the Libyan capital amid growing fears that Moamer Kadhafi's teetering four-decade rule could descend into civil war.

Libyan insurgent soldiers display heavy caliber ammunition allegedly intended to be used against civilians at a military barrack in Benghazi on February 27, 2011. Rebels advanced on the Libyan capital amid growing fears that Moamer Kadhafi’s teetering four-decade rule could descend into civil war.

Libya rebels gear for fight in city near capital

ZAWIYA, Libya – Hundreds of armed anti-government forces backed by rebel troops who control the city closest to the capital Tripoli appeared to be readying Sunday to repel an expected offensive by forces loyal to Moammar Gadhafi who have surrounded Zawiya.

An Associated Press reporter who reached Zawiya, 30 miles (50 kilometers) west of Tripoli, confirmed the anti-government rebels are in control of the center of the city of 200,000. They have army tanks and anti-aircraft guns mounted on pickup trucks deployed. But on the outskirts, they are surrounded by pro-Gadhafi forces.

There were at least six checkpoints controlled by troops loyal to Gadhafi on the road from Tripoli to Zawiya. Each checkpoint was reinforced by at least one tank, and the troops concealed their faces with scarves.

Gadhafi has launched by far the bloodiest crackdown in a wave of anti-regime uprising sweeping the Arab world. The United States, Britain and the U.N. Security Council all imposed sanctions on Libya over the weekend. And President Barack Obama said it is time for Gadhafi to go.

Zawiya, a key city close to an oil port and refineries, is the nearest population center to Tripoli to fall into the opposition hands.

Police stations and government offices inside the city have been torched and anti-Gadhafi graffiti was everywhere. Many buildings are pockmarked by bullets.

“Gadhafi Out,” chanted hundreds in the city center. The charred skeletons of many cars littered the city and most streets were blocked by palm tree trunks or metal barricades. “Free, Free Libya,” chanted members of the anti-government forces at the city center.

“Down with Gadhafi, the mass murder,” read graffiti scrawled in the city. An effigy of Gadhafi hung from a light pole in the city’s main square. On its chest the words “Execute Gadhafi” were emblazoned.

Rebels from the town and army forces who defected from the regime to join them largely consolidated control of the town on Feb. 24, after an army unit that remained loyal to Gadhafi opened fire on a mosque where residents — some armed with hunting rifles for protection — had been holding a sit-in. There were reports from doctors of at least 10 deaths in the fighting.

That night, in a speech from the ramparts of a historic fortress in Tripoli, Gadhafi scolded the town.

“Shame on you, people of Zawiya, control your children,” he said. “They are loyal to bin Laden,” he said of those involved in the uprising. “What do you have to do with bin Laden, people of Zawiya? They are exploiting young people … I insist it is bin Laden.”

On Feb. 27, local forces repelled an attempt by militiamen and pro-Gadhafi troops to take back the town.

Later, Gadhafi’s son, Seif al-Islam, acknowledged to foreign journalists in Tripoli that there were “two minor problems” in Misrata and Zawiya. There, he said, “we are dealing with terrorist people,” but he hoped to reach a peaceful settlement with them.

Gadhafi loyalists remain in control of nearby Tripoli, which was reported to be quiet early Sunday, with most stores closed and long lines outside the few banks open for business. Traffic in the city was close to its normal levels.AP

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Misurata Telah Jatuh… Rakyat telah menguasai sepenuhnya..Pasukan Keselamatan telah dihalau keluar..

1:48pm Khalid, a resident of Libya’s third-largest city Misurata, spoke to Al Jazeera’s Sami Zeidan about who is in control after clashes and a standoff with an army unit.

He said security forces have been driven out of the city.Aljazeera

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Pasukan Perang Gaddafi Telah Meninggalkan Sebahagian Tripoli

Gaddafi forces abandon parts of Tripoli

 

Reports say forces and foreign mercenaries loyal to Libyan ruler Muammar Gaddafi have surrendered parts of the capital, Tripoli, to pro-democracy protesters.

Residents in some neighborhoods of the capital are barricading their streets and proclaiming open defiance. Demonstrators have also taken control of the city of Zawiyah, some 50-kilometers west of Tripoli.

This comes as revolutionary forces are advancing towards Tripoli. Forces loyal to Gaddafi continue the violent suppression of anti-government demonstrations as protesters are fighting their way into the capital.

More anti-government demonstrations continue across Libya as more cities fall under protesters’ control.

They have already seized control of several cities including Libya’s second largest city, Benghazi.

Meanwhile, the opposition is planning to form an interim government in cities liberated from Gaddafi’s rule, to pave the way for free and fair elections.

The UN Security Council has imposed sanctions on the Libyan regime and has refered Gaddafi to the International Criminal Court.

The United Nations’ refugee agency says nearly 100,000 people have fled Libya in the past week amid simmering tension in the North African country.

According to the UNHCR, most of the evacuees were foreign nationals.

The agency described the situation as a humanitarian crisis, urging the Tunisian and Egyptian governments to support the evacuees.

Earlier, border security officials at Ra’s Jedir crossing said over 38,000 people have crossed Libya into Tunisia since February 20.

The evacuation of foreign nationals has picked up speed since Colonel Gaddafi announced plans to arm his supporters to fight his opponents.PressTV


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