Posted by: pinkturtle2 | Mac 21, 2011

Pertempuran sengit menawan kembali Kota Ajdabiya dari tentera pengganas Gaddafi

Libyan rebels duck for cover during a failed attempt to take the town of Ajdabiya from Moammer Khaddafi's forces on March 21, 2011 as news reports said Libyan government forces pulled back 100 kilometres (60 miles) from rebel-held Benghazi but showed they still had plenty of fight as they beat off an insurgent advance. The forces loyal to Libyan leader Moamer Kadhafi retreated to the key town of Ajdabiya, south of the city of Benghazi, after Western-led air strikes destroyed much of their armour, leaving dozens of wrecked tanks along the road.

Libyan rebels duck for cover during a failed attempt to take the town of Ajdabiya from Moammer Khaddafi’s forces on March 21, 2011 as news reports said Libyan government forces pulled back 100 kilometres (60 miles) from rebel-held Benghazi but showed they still had plenty of fight as they beat off an insurgent advance. The forces loyal to Libyan leader Moamer Kadhafi retreated to the key town of Ajdabiya, south of the city of Benghazi, after Western-led air strikes destroyed much of their armour, leaving dozens of wrecked tanks along the road.

Libyan rebels duck for cover during a failed attempt to take the town of Ajdabiya from Moammer Khaddafi's forces on March 21, 2011 as news reports said Libyan government forces pulled back 100 kilometres (60 miles) from rebel-held Benghazi but showed they still had plenty of fight as they beat off an insurgent advance. The forces loyal to Libyan leader Moamer Kadhafi retreated to the key town of Ajdabiya, south of the city of Benghazi, after Western-led air strikes destroyed much of their armour, leaving dozens of wrecked tanks along the road.

Libyan rebels duck for cover during a failed attempt to take the town of Ajdabiya from Moammer Khaddafi's forces on March 21, 2011 as news reports said Libyan government forces pulled back 100 kilometres (60 miles) from rebel-held Benghazi but showed they still had plenty of fight as they beat off an insurgent advance. The forces loyal to Libyan leader Moamer Kadhafi retreated to the key town of Ajdabiya, south of the city of Benghazi, after Western-led air strikes destroyed much of their armour, leaving dozens of wrecked tanks along the road.

Libyan rebels duck for cover during a failed attempt to take the town of Ajdabiya from Moammer Khaddafi’s forces on March 21, 2011 as news reports said Libyan government forces pulled back 100 kilometres (60 miles) from rebel-held Benghazi but showed they still had plenty of fight as they beat off an insurgent advance. The forces loyal to Libyan leader Moamer Kadhafi retreated to the key town of Ajdabiya, south of the city of Benghazi, after Western-led air strikes destroyed much of their armour, leaving dozens of wrecked tanks along the road.

Libyan rebels retreat with their injured under heavy fire following a failed attempt to take the town of Ajdabiya from Moammer Khaddafi's forces on March 21, 2011 as news reports said Libyan government forces pulled back 100 kilometres (60 miles) from rebel-held Benghazi but showed they still had plenty of fight as they beat off an insurgent advance. The forces loyal to Libyan leader Moamer Kadhafi retreated to the key town of Ajdabiya, south of the city of Benghazi, after Western-led air strikes destroyed much of their armour, leaving dozens of wrecked tanks along the road. Arabic graffiti on the back of the vehicle reads: 'God is the greatest'.

Libyan rebels retreat with their injured under heavy fire following a failed attempt to take the town of Ajdabiya from Moammer Khaddafi’s forces on March 21, 2011 as news reports said Libyan government forces pulled back 100 kilometres (60 miles) from rebel-held Benghazi but showed they still had plenty of fight as they beat off an insurgent advance. The forces loyal to Libyan leader Moamer Kadhafi retreated to the key town of Ajdabiya, south of the city of Benghazi, after Western-led air strikes destroyed much of their armour, leaving dozens of wrecked tanks along the road. Arabic graffiti on the back of the vehicle reads: ‘God is the greatest’.

Libyan rebels retreat with their injured comrade in the back of their truck following a failed attempt to take the town of Ajdabiya from Moammer Khaddafi's forces on March 21, 2011 as news reports said Libyan government forces pulled back 100 kilometres (60 miles) from rebel-held Benghazi but showed they still had plenty of fight as they beat off an insurgent advance. The forces loyal to Libyan leader Moamer Kadhafi retreated to the key town of Ajdabiya, south of the city of Benghazi, after Western-led air strikes destroyed much of their armour, leaving dozens of wrecked tanks along the road.

Libyan rebels carry an injured comrade following a failed attempt to take the town of Ajdabiya from Moammer Khaddafi's forces on March 21, 2011 as news reports said Libyan government forces pulled back 100 kilometres (60 miles) from rebel-held Benghazi but showed they still had plenty of fight as they beat off an insurgent advance. The forces loyal to Libyan leader Moamer Kadhafi retreated to the key town of Ajdabiya, south of the city of Benghazi, after Western-led air strikes destroyed much of their armour, leaving dozens of wrecked tanks along the road.

Libyan rebels carry an injured comrade following a failed attempt to take the town of Ajdabiya from Moammer Khaddafi’s forces on March 21, 2011 as news reports said Libyan government forces pulled back 100 kilometres (60 miles) from rebel-held Benghazi but showed they still had plenty of fight as they beat off an insurgent advance. The forces loyal to Libyan leader Moamer Kadhafi retreated to the key town of Ajdabiya, south of the city of Benghazi, after Western-led air strikes destroyed much of their armour, leaving dozens of wrecked tanks along the road.

A billobard against foreign intervention in Libya stands in Benghazi on March 11, 2011.

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  1. US and his Allied claimed they want to protect civilian but yet they are the one who killed civilians, women and children in their attacked. Do they have any guarantee that their attcked won’t kill the civilian…But they are actually killing the People of Libya to concuer the OIL..OIL..OIL.. belong to the people of LIBYA…!!!

    MAY ALLAH..protect all our Muslim brothers and sisters in Libya…we should fight Jews and not killing amongst our brothers and sisters….. Jews had proveked all the Islam countries to FIGHT..FIGHT..FIGHT…!!!

    Then they (US and his Allied) will come to the world (UN as a puppet) to be a hero..on other people land. DIE..US..DIE..UK..DIE..CANADA..DIE ITALY…DIE..FRANCE..DIE ALL THE ALLIED..(Incld QATAR & UAE)


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