Posted by: pinkturtle2 | Mac 6, 2011

Gaddafi arah serangan jet ke atas Ben Jawad dan Ras Lanouf

Libyan rebel fighters and residents of the oil rich town of Ras Lanuf run for cover as they after spot a fighter jet flying overhead near a checkpoint at the entrance to the town on March 6, 2011 as Libyan state television claimed that the town had been recaptured by loyalist forces of leader Moamer Kadhafi.

Libyan rebel fighters and residents of the oil rich town of Ras Lanuf run for cover as they after spot a fighter jet flying overhead near a checkpoint at the entrance to the town on March 6, 2011 as Libyan state television claimed that the town had been recaptured by loyalist forces of leader Moamer Kadhafi.

Libyan rebel fighters celebrate near an unexploded bomb that was dropped minutes before by a fighter jet at the entrance of the oil rich town of Ras Lanuf on March 6, 2011 as Libyan state television claimed that the town had been recaptured by loyalist forces of leader Moamer Kadhafi.

Libyan rebel fighters celebrate near an unexploded bomb that was dropped minutes before by a fighter jet at the entrance of the oil rich town of Ras Lanuf on March 6, 2011 as Libyan state television claimed that the town had been recaptured by loyalist forces of leader Moamer Kadhafi.

Libyan field medics try to reach wounded rebel fighters battling loyalist forces of leader Moamer Kadhafi near the northern town of Bin Jawad on March 6, 2011 as the clashes left two people dead and wounded dozens more, according to doctors.

Libyan field medics try to reach wounded rebel fighters battling loyalist forces of leader Moamer Kadhafi near the northern town of Bin Jawad on March 6, 2011 as the clashes left two people dead and wounded dozens more, according to doctors.

Anti-Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi rebels, fire multiple launcher rockets during a fighting against pro-Gadhafi fighters near the town of Bin Jawad, eastern Libya, Sunday, March 6, 2011. Libyan helicopter gunships fired on a rebel force advancing west toward the capital Tripoli along the country's Mediterranean coastline Sunday and forces loyal to leader Moammar Gadhafi fought intense ground battles with the rival fighters.

Anti-Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi rebels, fire multiple launcher rockets during a fighting against pro-Gadhafi fighters near the town of Bin Jawad, eastern Libya, Sunday, March 6, 2011. Libyan helicopter gunships fired on a rebel force advancing west toward the capital Tripoli along the country’s Mediterranean coastline Sunday and forces loyal to leader Moammar Gadhafi fought intense ground battles with the rival fighters.

Anti-Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi rebels fire multiple launcher rockets during a fight against pro-Gadhafi fighters near the town of Bin Jawad, eastern Libya, Sunday, March 6, 2011. Libyan helicopter gunships fired on a rebel force advancing west toward the capital Tripoli along the country's Mediterranean coastline Sunday and forces loyal to leader Moammar Gadhafi fought intense ground battles with the rival fighters.

Anti-Libyan Leader Moammar Gadhafi rebels, fire multiple launcher rockets during a fighting against pro-Gadhafi fighters near the town of Bin-Jawad, eastern Libya, Sunday, March 6, 2011. Thousands of Moammar Gadhafi's supporters poured into the streets of Tripoli on Sunday, waving flags and firing their guns into the air in the Libyan leader's main stronghold. Earlier, the city woke to the crackle of heavy machine-gun fire that rattled the capital before dawn.

Anti-Libyan Leader Moammar Gadhafi rebels, fire multiple launcher rockets during a fighting against pro-Gadhafi fighters near the town of Bin-Jawad, eastern Libya, Sunday, March 6, 2011. Thousands of Moammar Gadhafi’s supporters poured into the streets of Tripoli on Sunday, waving flags and firing their guns into the air in the Libyan leader’s main stronghold. Earlier, the city woke to the crackle of heavy machine-gun fire that rattled the capital before dawn.

An anti-Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi rebel, holds his anti-aircraft missile as he looks to the sky, in the oil town of Ras Lanouf, eastern Libya, Sunday, March 6, 2011. Thousands of Moammar Gadhafi's supporters poured into the streets of Tripoli on Sunday, waving flags and firing their guns in the air in the Libyan leader's main stronghold. Earlier, the city woke to the crackle of heavy machine-gun fire that rattled the capital before dawn.

An anti-Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi rebel, holds his anti-aircraft missile as he looks to the sky, in the oil town of Ras Lanouf, eastern Libya, Sunday, March 6, 2011. Thousands of Moammar Gadhafi’s supporters poured into the streets of Tripoli on Sunday, waving flags and firing their guns in the air in the Libyan leader’s main stronghold. Earlier, the city woke to the crackle of heavy machine-gun fire that rattled the capital before dawn.

Smoke raises from a military army base which fell to the anti-Libyan Leader Moammar Gadhafi rebels following an air strike by Libyan warplanes that attacked in the oil town of Ras Lanouf, eastern Libya, Sunday, March 6, 2011. The anti-Gadhafi rebels fared better elsewhere, capturing the key oil port of Ras Lanouf from regime forces on Friday night, their first military victory in a potentially long and arduous westward march from the east of the country to Tripoli.

Smoke raises from a military army base which fell to the anti-Libyan Leader Moammar Gadhafi rebels following an air strike by Libyan warplanes that attacked in the oil town of Ras Lanouf, eastern Libya, Sunday, March 6, 2011. The anti-Gadhafi rebels fared better elsewhere, capturing the key oil port of Ras Lanouf from regime forces on Friday night, their first military victory in a potentially long and arduous westward march from the east of the country to Tripoli.

A Libyan rebel fighter (top) stands on the lookout as comrades service an anti-aircraft heavy machine gun near the entrance to the oil rick town of Ras Lanuf on March 6, 2011 as Libyan state television claimed that the town had been recaptured by loyalist forces of leader Moamer Kadhafi.

A Libyan rebel fighter (top) stands on the lookout as comrades service an anti-aircraft heavy machine gun near the entrance to the oil rick town of Ras Lanuf on March 6, 2011 as Libyan state television claimed that the town had been recaptured by loyalist forces of leader Moamer Kadhafi.

A Libyan rebel fighter scans the sky as a fighter jet flies overhead at the entrance of the oil rich town of Ras Lanuf on March 6, 2011 as Libyan state television claimed that the town had been recaptured by loyalist forces of leader Moamer Kadhafi.

A Libyan rebel fighter scans the sky as a fighter jet flies overhead at the entrance of the oil rich town of Ras Lanuf on March 6, 2011 as Libyan state television claimed that the town had been recaptured by loyalist forces of leader Moamer Kadhafi.

Libyan rebel fighters look at an unexploded bomb that was dropped minutes before by a fighter jet at the entrance of the oil rich town of Ras Lanuf on March 6, 2011 as Libyan state television claimed that the town had been recaptured by loyalist forces of leader Moamer Kadhafi.

Libyan rebel fighters look at an unexploded bomb that was dropped minutes before by a fighter jet at the entrance of the oil rich town of Ras Lanuf on March 6, 2011 as Libyan state television claimed that the town had been recaptured by loyalist forces of leader Moamer Kadhafi.

Rebel fighters gather in the oil-rich town of Ras Lanuf on March 6, 2011, as Libyan state television claimed that the town had been recaptured by loyalist forces supporters of leader Moamer Kadhafi.

Rebel fighters gather in the oil-rich town of Ras Lanuf on March 6, 2011, as Libyan state television claimed that the town had been recaptured by loyalist forces supporters of leader Moamer Kadhafi.

A plume of smoke and sand rises as a mortar round lands near the main road leading to the northern town of Bin Jawad on March 6, 2011 as clashes in the area between rebel fighters and loyalist forces of leader Moamer Kadhafi left two people dead and wounded dozens more, according to doctors.

A plume of smoke and sand rises as a mortar round lands near the main road leading to the northern town of Bin Jawad on March 6, 2011 as clashes in the area between rebel fighters and loyalist forces of leader Moamer Kadhafi left two people dead and wounded dozens more, according to doctors.

A Libyan man reacts outside the hospital of the oil-rich town of Ras Lanuf on March 6, 2011 where several wounded rebel fighters were brought in for medical treatment as Libyan state television claimed that the town had been recaptured by loyalist forces of leader Moamer Kadhafi.

A Libyan man reacts outside the hospital of the oil-rich town of Ras Lanuf on March 6, 2011 where several wounded rebel fighters were brought in for medical treatment as Libyan state television claimed that the town had been recaptured by loyalist forces of leader Moamer Kadhafi.

An anti-Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi rebel, left, stands next to his injured colleague who receives treatment from an ambulance worker after he was wounded during a fight against pro-Gadhafi fighters near the town of Bin-Jawad, eastern Libya, Sunday, March 6, 2011. Libyan helicopter gunships fired on a rebel force advancing west toward the capital Tripoli along the country's Mediterranean coastline Sunday and forces loyal to leader Moammar Gadhafi fought intense ground battles with the rival fighters.

An anti-Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi rebel, left, stands next to his injured colleague who receives treatment from an ambulance worker after he was wounded during a fight against pro-Gadhafi fighters near the town of Bin-Jawad, eastern Libya, Sunday, March 6, 2011. Libyan helicopter gunships fired on a rebel force advancing west toward the capital Tripoli along the country’s Mediterranean coastline Sunday and forces loyal to leader Moammar Gadhafi fought intense ground battles with the rival fighters.

Libyan warplanes bomb oil-rich towns

Libyan warplanes have targeted the oil-rich city of Ras Lanuf as forces loyal to Colonel Muammar Gaddafi launched counter-strikes in an attempt to take back strategic towns.
The fighter jets targeted a checkpoint in the city on Sunday. However, revolutionary forces pushed back the warplanes by firing anti-aircraft guns.

At least two people were killed and 30 others were injured in the bombing.

Fighting is also underway in the eastern town of Ben Jawad, where 11 people including one French journalist were reportedly wounded.

Gaddafi-ordered airstrikes also targeted a convoy of revolutionary fighters heading toward the city of Sirt.

Earlier Libya’s state TV claimed pro-Gaddafi forces had retaken control of Ras Lanuf, the western city of Misratah and the eastern city of Tobruk.

Protesters rejected the claim, saying they are in full control of the said cities. Independent sources have confirmed that the revolutionaries are still in control of these cities.

Meanwhile, Libya’s neighbors say they are prepared for a new tide of refugees fleeing the situation in the country.

Tunisia’s Red Crescent Organization says it is expecting new arrivals of around 10,000 refugees each day. Algeria says it has increased its reception capacity for refugees from Libya.

Immigration officials say over 190,000 people mainly migrant workers have left Libya so far.

According to witnesses, thousands of migrant workers heading to Tunisia are still stranded on the Libyan side.

This comes as the UN says the flow of refugees has decreased dramatically in recent days, raising fears that civilians are trapped in the middle of combat zones.

Before the revolution, some 2.5 million foreigners worked in the country.

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  1. bodoh punya bersekutu, takda undang-undang ke. ap mahu campur tangan libya punya nigala. tala otak kah.. kacau sama libya. tala itu tamadun kah..muduh


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