Posted by: pinkturtle2 | Mac 5, 2011

Pertempuran sengit di Ras Lanuf,8 terbunuh.. tentera gaddafi lari ke Tripoli

Libyan rebels who are part of the forces against Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi celebrate their victory in fighting against troops loyal to Gadhafi, in the oil town of Ras Lanuf, eastern Libya, Saturday, March 5, 2011. Witnesses say Libyan rebels have captured the oil port town of Ras Lanouf from pro-Moammar Gadhafi forces, their first military victory in what could be a long, westward march to the capital Tripoli. The witnesses said on Saturday that Ras Lanouf, about 87 miles (140 kilometers) east of the Gadhafi stronghold of Sirte, fell in rebel hands Friday night after a fierce battle with pro-regime forces who later fled.

Libyan rebels who are part of the forces against Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi celebrate their victory in fighting against troops loyal to Gadhafi, in the oil town of Ras Lanuf, eastern Libya, Saturday, March 5, 2011. Witnesses say Libyan rebels have captured the oil port town of Ras Lanouf from pro-Moammar Gadhafi forces, their first military victory in what could be a long, westward march to the capital Tripoli. The witnesses said on Saturday that Ras Lanouf, about 87 miles (140 kilometers) east of the Gadhafi stronghold of Sirte, fell in rebel hands Friday night after a fierce battle with pro-regime forces who later fled.

Libyan rebels who are part of the forces against Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi guard outside the refinery after their victory in fighting against troops loyal to Gadhafi in the oil town of Ras Lanuf, eastern Libya, Saturday, March 5, 2011. Witnesses say Libyan rebels have captured the oil port town of Ras Lanouf from pro-Moammar Gadhafi forces, their first military victory in what could be a long, westward march to the capital Tripoli. The witnesses said on Saturday that Ras Lanouf, about 87 miles (140 kilometers) east of the Gadhafi stronghold of Sirte, fell in rebel hands Friday night after a fierce battle with pro-regime forces who later fled.

Libyan fighters who are part of the forces against Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi guard outside the refinery after their victory in fighting against troops loyal to Gadhafi in the oil town of Ras Lanuf, eastern Libya, Saturday, March 5, 2011. Witnesses say Libyan rebels have captured the oil port town of Ras Lanouf from pro-Moammar Gadhafi forces, their first military victory in what could be a long, westward march to the capital Tripoli. The witnesses said on Saturday that Ras Lanouf, about 87 miles (140 kilometers) east of the Gadhafi stronghold of Sirte, fell in rebel hands Friday night after a fierce battle with pro-regime forces who later fled.

Libyan rebels who are part of the forces against Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi celebrate their victory in fighting against troops loyal to Gadhafi, in the oil town of Ras Lanuf, eastern Libya, Saturday, March 5, 2011. Witnesses say Libyan rebels have captured the oil port town of Ras Lanouf from pro-Moammar Gadhafi forces, their first military victory in what could be a long, westward march to the capital Tripoli. The witnesses said on Saturday that Ras Lanouf, about 87 miles (140 kilometers) east of the Gadhafi stronghold of Sirte, fell in rebel hands Friday night after a fierce battle with pro-regime forces who later fled.

Libyan rebels who are part of the forces against Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi ride in a truck after fighting against troops loyal to Gadhafi in the oil town of Ras Lanuf, eastern Libya, Saturday, March 5, 2011. Witnesses say Libyan rebels have captured the oil port town of Ras Lanouf from pro-Moammar Gadhafi forces, their first military victory in what could be a long, westward march to the capital Tripoli. The witnesses said on Saturday that Ras Lanouf, about 87 miles (140 kilometers) east of the Gadhafi stronghold of Sirte, fell in rebel hands Friday night after a fierce battle with pro-regime forces who later fled.

Rebel fighters take cover from shelling by soldiers loyal to Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi during a battle near Ras Lanuf, March 4, 2011. Heavily armed rebels clashed with forces loyal to Muammar Gaddafi on Friday on the outskirts of the key oil terminal of Ras Lanuf as the head of Libya's rebel council vowed "victory or death".

Libyan rebel fighters prepare to battle against pro-Kadhafi forces as they gather on the oustkirts of Ras Lanuf on March 4, 2011.

Libyan rebel fighters prepare to battle against pro-Kadhafi forces as they gather on the oustkirts of Ras Lanuf on March 5, 2011

Pejuang telah menang dan menghalau tentera gaddafi dari Ras Lanuf dan sirte,kini mereka sudah hampir untuk memasuki Tripoli

Eight killed in Libyan fresh clashes

Fresh clashes between anti-government protesters and forces loyal to Libyan ruler Moammar Gaddafi have left at least eight people dead and 21 injured.

The clashes took place on Saturday in the oil town of Ras Lanuf, Dr. Ahmad Burtima said.

“We have eight dead people after the fighting in Ras Lanuf and 21 injured. Two or three of them were moved to Benghazi hospital in a critical situation,” Dr. Burtima told AFP at a hospital in the town of Ajdabiya.

On Friday, Tripoli residents demanding Gaddafi’s downfall held rallies after the Friday prayers in the capital, where pro-Gaddafi forces used teargas to disperse them.

Meanwhile, the regime’s troops kept a heavy military presence on main roads around the capital, where pro-Gaddafi forces have been searching cars at numerous checkpoints.

In the Libyan city of Benghazi, which is under the protesters’ control, a massive rally was also held after the Friday prayers.

Thousands of people have been killed in the crackdown on protests by the Libyan regime in the past two weeks.

Libya’s revolutionary forces have vowed to continue with their rallies until achieving victory.

Libya was formed in 1934 with Italy’s colonization of Tripolitania, and Cyrenaica, the two provinces that the European country had won following a war with the Ottoman Empire.

Libya declared its independency from Italy in 1951, when King Idris formed a monarchy in the North African country.

Gaddafi, who led a military coup against King Idris, came to power and established “the Great Socialist People’s Libyan Arab Jamahiriya” in 1969.


Responses

  1. salam..
    bgaimana gadaffi yg dulunya d angkat sbg pmimpin bkaliber dan d segani dunia, seorang yg hafiz boleh membunuh umat se agama seperti ini? lbh malang lg, pjuangnnya utk kekal bkuasa d anggap sbg pjuangn syahid..
    Libya ngara yg amat kaya dngn hasil bumi, berpuluh tahun gadaffi menguasai, namun rakyat tidak mampu menikmati..
    jadi mungkin ini penyudah nya untuk mnumbang gadaffi yg gila kuasa..
    alang2 berperang, biar sampai gadaffi tersungkur di kaki rakyat!

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