Posted by: pinkturtle2 | Mac 11, 2011

Anak Pengganas Gaddafi Istihar Perang Besar-Besaran

RAS LANUF, LIBYA - MARCH 10:  Rebels fire a rocket-propelled grenade at a Libyan air force fighter jet on March 10, 2011 in Ras Lanuf, Libya. Most rebel forces fled the city as government forces loyal to Libyan leader Moammar Gaddafi attacked them with heavy shelling and air strikes.

RAS LANUF, LIBYA – MARCH 10: Rebels fire a rocket-propelled grenade at a Libyan air force fighter jet on March 10, 2011 in Ras Lanuf, Libya. Most rebel forces fled the city as government forces loyal to Libyan leader Moammar Gaddafi attacked them with heavy shelling and air strikes.

Anti-Libyan Leader Moammar Gadhafi rebel, sits on his anti-aircraft machine gun, outside Ras Lanouf town, eastern Libya, on Thursday, March 10, 2011. Government forces drove hundreds of rebels from a strategic oil port with a withering rain of rockets and tank shells on Thursday, significantly expanding Moammar Gadhafi's control of Libya as Western nations struggled to find a way to stop him.

Anti-Libyan Leader Moammar Gadhafi rebel, sits on his anti-aircraft machine gun, outside Ras Lanouf town, eastern Libya, on Thursday, March 10, 2011. Government forces drove hundreds of rebels from a strategic oil port with a withering rain of rockets and tank shells on Thursday, significantly expanding Moammar Gadhafi’s control of Libya as Western nations struggled to find a way to stop him.

Anti-Libyan Leader Moammar Gadhafi rebels, prepare to leave their position in front of the oil refinery complex, in Ras Lanouf town, eastern Libya, on Thursday, March 10, 2011. Government forces drove hundreds of rebels from a strategic oil port with a withering rain of rockets and tank shells on Thursday, significantly expanding Moammar Gadhafi's control of Libya as Western nations struggled to find a way to stop him.

Anti-Libyan Leader Moammar Gadhafi rebels, prepare to leave their position in front of the oil refinery complex, in Ras Lanouf town, eastern Libya, on Thursday, March 10, 2011. Government forces drove hundreds of rebels from a strategic oil port with a withering rain of rockets and tank shells on Thursday, significantly expanding Moammar Gadhafi’s control of Libya as Western nations struggled to find a way to stop him.

Libyan rebel fighters try to defend a gate of the north-central key Libyan oil town of Ras Lanuf as Moamer Kadhafi's loyalist forces approach their positions on March 10, 2011, where at least four people were killed and 35 wounded as rebels retreated under continous government rocket and sniper fire.

Libyan rebel fighters try to defend a gate of the north-central key Libyan oil town of Ras Lanuf as Moamer Kadhafi’s loyalist forces approach their positions on March 10, 2011, where at least four people were killed and 35 wounded as rebels retreated under continous government rocket and sniper fire.

Libyan rebel fighters fire their riffles as Moamer Kadhafi's loyalist forces approach their positions on March 10, 2011 at a gate of the north-central key Libyan oil town of Ras Lanuf, where at least four people were killed and 35 wounded as rebels retreated under continous government rocket and sniper fire.

Libyan rebel fighters fire their riffles as Moamer Kadhafi’s loyalist forces approach their positions on March 10, 2011 at a gate of the north-central key Libyan oil town of Ras Lanuf, where at least four people were killed and 35 wounded as rebels retreated under continous government rocket and sniper fire.

Libyan rebel fighters try to spot approaching tanks of Kadhafi loyalist forces as they take position at a gate of the north-central key Libyan oil town of Ras Lanuf on March 10, 2011 where at least four people were killed and 35 wounded today as rebels retreated under continous government rocket and sniper fire.

Libyan rebel fighters run for cover as tanks of Kadhafi loyalist forces approach at a gate of the north-central key Libyan oil town of Ras Lanuf on March 10, 2011 where at least four people were killed and 35 wounded today as rebels retreated under continous government rocket and sniper fire.

A wounded Libyan rebel fighter is evacuated from the battle field to the eastern key Libyan oil town of Ras Lanuf on March 10, 2011 where troops stormed into as tanks outflanked rebels holding the key oil town, forcing them to retreat east under a hail of rocket fire.

A wounded Libyan rebel fighter is evacuated from the battle field to the eastern key Libyan oil town of Ras Lanuf on March 10, 2011 where troops stormed into as tanks outflanked rebels holding the key oil town, forcing them to retreat east under a hail of rocket fire.

The body of a dead Libyan rebel fighter is brought to the morgue of the hospital in Brega where bodies of dead fighters have been brought out from the battle for Ras Lanuf March 10, 2011.

The body of a dead Libyan rebel fighter is brought to the morgue of the hospital in Brega where bodies of dead fighters have been brought out from the battle for Ras Lanuf March 10, 2011.

Paramedics try to stabilize a wounded Libyan rebel fighter brought out from the battle field to the eastern key Libyan oil town of Ras Lanuf on March 10, 2011 where troops stormed into as tanks outflanked rebels holding the key oil town, forcing them to retreat east under a hail of rocket fire.

Paramedics try to stabilize a wounded Libyan rebel fighter brought out from the battle field to the eastern key Libyan oil town of Ras Lanuf on March 10, 2011 where troops stormed into as tanks outflanked rebels holding the key oil town, forcing them to retreat east under a hail of rocket fire.

Libyan men look at the dead bodies of two rebel fighters brought out from the battle for the eastern key Libyan oil town of Ras Lanuf at a hospital in Brega on March 10, 2011 where troops stormed into as tanks outflanked rebels holding the key oil town, forcing them to retreat east under a hail of rocket fire.

Libyan men look at the dead bodies of two rebel fighters brought out from the battle for the eastern key Libyan oil town of Ras Lanuf at a hospital in Brega on March 10, 2011 where troops stormed into as tanks outflanked rebels holding the key oil town, forcing them to retreat east under a hail of rocket fire.

Personnel at the Brega hospital morgue prepare the body of a Libyan rebel fighter brought out from the battle for Ras Lanuf on March 10, 2011.

Personnel at the Brega hospital morgue prepare the body of a Libyan rebel fighter brought out from the battle for Ras Lanuf on March 10, 2011.

Libyan rebel fighters retreat form a gate of the north-central key Libyan oil town of Ras Lanuf as Moamer Kadhafi's loyalist forces pummel their positions with rocket fire on March 10, 2011.

Libyan rebel fighters, carrying anti-aircraft ammunitions, leave their positions as tanks of Kadhafi loyalist forces approach at a gate of the north-central key Libyan oil town of Ras Lanuf on March 10, 2011 where at least four people were killed and 35 wounded today as rebels retreated under continous government rocket and sniper fire.

Libyan rebel fighters, carrying anti-aircraft ammunitions, leave their positions as tanks of Kadhafi loyalist forces approach at a gate of the north-central key Libyan oil town of Ras Lanuf on March 10, 2011 where at least four people were killed and 35 wounded today as rebels retreated under continous government rocket and sniper fire.

Gaddafi’s son threatens all-out attacks

Saif al-Syaitan semalam mengatakan sudah tiba saatnya untuk melancarkan serangan tentera besar-besaran terhadap pasukan anti-kerajaan

Embattled Libyan ruler Muammar Gaddafi’s son has said it is about time to launch full-scale military attacks against anti-government forces as the crisis deteriorates in the North African country.

Saif al-Islam said on Thursday that unrestrained assaults will soon be carried out as there is no room for further negotiation with opposition forces, Reuters reported.

On Thursday, Libyan warplanes launched a blitz on revolutionary forces’ positions in the northern oil port city of Ras Lanuf, maintaining a counteroffensive against opposition fighters in an effort to contain their advance toward the embattled Muammar Gaddafi’s stronghold in the capital Tripoli.

The blitz comes as Gaddafi’s military has been making more use of its air power advantage to attack protesters.

Libyan forces loyal to Gaddafi closed in on revolutionary forces Wednesday in the city of Zawiyah, located 50 kilometers (31 miles) west of Tripoli, and surrounded them with tanks and snipers in the main square.

Rising casualties, threats of starvation and a refugee crisis have mounted pressure on foreign governments to adopt appropriate measure against the Gaddafi regime. Britain and France are seeking a UN resolution to authorize a no-fly zone over Libya’s airspace to stop Gaddafi’s air force from launching further air strikes against anti-government forces.

Meanwhile, US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has asserted that such measures must only be taken by the United Nations.

Libyan anti-government forces, inspired by revolutions that toppled authoritarian rulers in neighboring Tunisia and Egypt, are fighting to drive Gaddafi out of power after more than 41 years of despotic rule.

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Libyan rebels in Ras Lanuf

 

Libya’s Ras Lanuf under heavy attack

Libyan regime forces have showered rockets and tank shells on the strategic oil port of Ras Lanuf in preparation for a full-scale offensive.

“All we are seeing there is bombardment with heavy artillery from the sea and the air,” spokesman for the opposition National Libyan Council, Hafiz Ghoga, said on state television on Thursday.

The state television announced that the army had driven opposition forces out of Ras Lanuf, which the opposition denies.

Medics confirmed that the city’s main hospital was hit by artillery and airstrikes, killing several people. Dozens were also wounded while scores of others are missing.

Staff and patients were evacuated to the cities of Brega and Ajdabiyah, AFP reported.

Warplanes have also bombed Brega — another opposition-held oil hub.

Meanwhile, in the western town of Zawiyah, regime forces have been locked in street fighting with opposition fighters. Witnesses have described scenes of carnage with women and children among the dead.

Libyan ruler Muammar Gaddafi’s son, Saif al-Islam, says regime forces are preparing full-scale military action against the opposition — even if the West intervenes.

Also on Thursday, Tripoli announced that it may sever diplomatic ties with France and other Western countries if they back the opposition.PressTV


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