VIDEO Gaddafi, aclamat la Tripoli: "Dumnezeu, Libia, Muammar si nimic altceva" / Portul din Misrata, inchis din cauza bombardamentelor

de Andra Ciubotaru     HotNews.ro
Joi, 14 aprilie 2011, 22:42 Actualitate | Internaţional

Fortele loiale liderului libian Muammar Gaddafi au bombardat, joi, zona portuara a orasului Misrata, fortand inchiderea acesteia, potrivit unui purtator de cuvant al rebelilor, citat de Reuters. La 214 kilometri de Misrata, la Tripoli, Gaddafi a iesit la plimbare pe strazile capitalei intr-o masina, potrivit televiziunii de stat. Oamenii stransi sa il aclame au scandat "Dumnezeu, Libia, Muammar si nimic altceva", relateaza AFP. ​

"Zona portuara a fost puternic bombardata in cursul zilei. Daunele sunt foarte mari. Fortele lui Gaddafi au folosit peste 200 de rachete Grad, atat asupra portului propriu-zis, cat si a cartierelor rezidentiale din jurul acestuia. Portul este singura fereastra prin care Misrata pastreaza legatura cu lumea de afara. Din cauza bombardamentelor, portul a fost inchis," a declarat un purtator de cuvant al rebelilor, al-Ghassan.

Acelasi lucru s-a intamplat si in urma cu aproximativ o saptamana, cand bombardamentele asupra portului au dus la inchiderea temporara a acestuia, provocand moartea a cinci persoane si ranirea a altor 25.

Misrata, al treilea oras al tarii, situat la 214 km in estul capitalei Tripoli, bastion al regimului Gaddafi, se afla sub asediu de peste sapte saptamani.

Rebelii spun ca peste 200 de persoane au pierit in aceste lupte. Potrivit sefului militar al rebelilor, locuitorii din Misrata sunt in prezent amenintati de "exterminare in adevaratul sens al cuvantului".

UNICEF face apel pentru incetarea imediata a asediului asupra orasului libian Misrata, avertizand ca vietile a zeci de mii de copii sunt in pericol. Potrivit unui comunicat lansat luni de catre organizatia internationala, cel putin 20 de copii cu varste cuprinse intre 9 luni si 10 ani au fost ucisi in ultimele 20 de zile in Misrata.

Liderul libian Muammar Gaddafi a iesit la plimbare joi pe strazile capitalei Tripoli, a anuntat televiziunea libiana de stat. Cu palarie si ochelari fumurii, Gaddafi si-a salutat sustinatorii din masina, ridicandu-si pumnii in aer. Oamenii stransi sa il aclame au scandat "Dumnezeu, Libia, Muammar si nimic altceva", relateaza AFP.



Mai multe avioane au survolat joi capitala libiana, unde o puternica explozie s-a auzit in sectorul de resedinta Bab Al-Aziziya al liderului libian.

Potrivit rapoartelor oficiale prezentate de catre NATO, Alianta a efectuat trei atacuri aeriene, joi, in capitala Tripoli si in jurul acesteia. ​


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  • +5 (17 voturi)    
    respect (Joi, 14 aprilie 2011, 23:09)

    capraru [anonim]

    poi ce facem domnii de la mass-media, mai ca ieri tripoli era terorizat de "soldatii loiali ai lui gaddafi" si azi il aclama, nu cumva libienii sunt terorizati mai pe la est asa sa zicem pe la bengazi de exemplu, oricum mare lider gaddafi, sa ai coloana vertebrala incat sa nu te inclini in fata puterilor occidentale si a celui mai "pacifist" stat al lumii care vegheaza "bunastarea" noastra si anume SUA este de apreciat, liderii nostrii de dupa 89 au avut si ei coloana vertebrala in politica externa dar de meduza sau de melc :)))
    • +3 (5 voturi)    
      si inca ceva (Joi, 14 aprilie 2011, 23:57)

      MirceaA [utilizator] i-a raspuns lui capraru

      bag de seama ca rebelii s-au si apucat sa vanda petrol.
    • +2 (8 voturi)    
      memoria cu picioare scurte (Vineri, 15 aprilie 2011, 0:35)

      ampersand [utilizator] i-a raspuns lui capraru

      Eu eram student în Timişoara-n decembrie 89 când, la mitingul din Bucureşti în care ne înfiera de zor, se scanda de zor cu entuziasm şi neţărmuită dragoste şi mândrie patriotică "Ceauşeascu-PCR! Ceauşescu şi poporul" iar tablourile cu potretele lui şi-ale lenuţei erau agitate cu drag de sute de oameni ai muncii îmbrăcaţi civil.

      Ai luat un minus de la mine, păcat că nu-ţi pot "da" mai multe.
      • -1 (3 voturi)    
        bn bn (Vineri, 15 aprilie 2011, 8:10)

        capraru [anonim] i-a raspuns lui ampersand

        nici nu-ti permiti mai mult in viata decat sa dai mai mult de un vot pe hotnews, plus ca la lovitura de stat din 89 sa fi iesit maxim 10% din populatie instigati de servicii secrete si de agitatori platiti plantati si prostimea punea botu, stai asa ca raul abea acum vine in romanica cand am papat tot de la impuscatu, credeti ca FMI ne-a dat imprumuturi pe ochi frumosi, in capitalism cand unii prospera automat altii trebe sa falimenteze, nu se poate ca toti sa traiasca bine
        • -1 (5 voturi)    
          Caprarule, tot respectul! (Vineri, 15 aprilie 2011, 10:04)

          valisa [utilizator] i-a raspuns lui capraru

          Subscriu la cele spuse de tine. Poti sa fi sigur ca nu au fost 10 % la lovitura de stat din care o mare parte erau curiosi sa vada ce se intampla.
          Chiar sa fi fost 25% si tot nu se justifica. Fara contributia capitalistilor si a tradatorilor natiei romane, aceasta lovitura de stat nu ar fi reusit. Aici amintesc si de armata romana care ne-a vandut pe cativa gologani.
          • -1 (3 voturi)    
            si inca ceva pentru domnu student (Vineri, 15 aprilie 2011, 11:26)

            capraru [anonim] i-a raspuns lui valisa

            pe asta se si mizeaza serviciile secrete, pe oameni fara caracter si corupti, pe restul ii impusca
    • +2 (2 voturi)    
      "I'm Batman" (Vineri, 15 aprilie 2011, 11:44)

      dianora [anonim] i-a raspuns lui capraru

      Vreti sa stiti ce striga Ghidul?
      "I'm Batman. Bombele nu ma ating. Toti sunt drogati inafara de mine!"
      Da' mobilizarea pe margini e cam slabuta.
  • 0 (8 voturi)    
    Nu ... (Joi, 14 aprilie 2011, 23:19)

    utug [anonim]

    Nu ni se spune adevarul despre Libia ...

    We're not being told the truth about Libya
    http://www.stopwar.org.uk/index.php/were-not-being-told-the-truth-about-libya

    Most of us have a low feeling that we are not being told the real reasons for the war in Libya.

    David Cameron's instinctive response to the Arab revolutions was to jump on a plane and tour the palaces of the region's dictators selling them the most hi-tech weapons of repression available.

    Nicolas Sarkozy's instinctive response to the Arab revolutions was to offer urgent aid to the Tunisian tyrant in crushing his people.

    Barack Obama's instinctive response to the Arab revolutions was to refuse to trim the billions in aid going to Hosni Mubarak and his murderous secret police, and for his Vice-President to declare: "I would not refer to him as a dictator."

    Yet now we are told that these people have turned into the armed wing of Amnesty International.

    They are bombing Libya because they can't bear for innocent people to be tyrannised, by the tyrants they were arming and funding for years. As Obama put it: "Some nations may be able to turn a blind eye to atrocities in other countries. The United States of America is different".

    There was a time, a decade ago, when I took this rhetoric at face value. But I can't now. The best guide through this confusion is to look at two other wars our government is currently deeply involved in – because they show that the claims made for this bombing campaign can't be true.

    Imagine a distant leader killed more than 2,000 innocent people, and his military commanders responded to evidence that they were civilians by joking that the victims "were not the local men's glee club".

    Imagine one of the innocent survivors appeared on television, amid the body parts of his son and brother, and pleaded: "Please. We are human beings. Help us. Don't let them do this."

    Imagine that polling from the attacked country showed that 90 per cent of the people ...
  • +1 (7 voturi)    
    sosie (Joi, 14 aprilie 2011, 23:22)

    andu [anonim]

    daca ati vazut imaginile la tv probabil ati remarcat cit de vioi era Gaddafi, la cei 70 de ani ai sai, ce mai, se misca ca la 30. Era o sosie, la treburi din astea apela si Ceausescu pe vremuri.
  • -1 (1 vot)    
    Truth about Libya (rense.com) (Vineri, 15 aprilie 2011, 11:41)

    Ionut [anonim]

    The Truth About Libya
    By Stephen Goodson
    4-1-11

    Colonel Muammar Gadaffi is frequently referred to in the media as a "mad dictator" and "bloody tyrant", but do these allegations accord with the facts?

    Libya consists of over 15O tribes, with the two main groups, the Meghabra living in Tripolitania in the west and the Wafallah living in Cyrenaica in the east. Previous attempts to unite these tribes by the Turkish (1855-1911) and ltalian {1911-43) colonial rulers failed and the country was split in two for administrative purposes.

    Oil was discovered in Libya in 1959, but King ldris of the Senussi tribe allowed most of the oil profits to be siphoned into the coffers of the oil companies. The coup d'etat on 1 September 1969 led by Colonel Gadaffi had countrywide support. He subsequently married a woman from the royal Barqa tribe and adroitly unified the nation.

    By retaining Libya's oil wealth for the benefit of all its people, Gadaffi had created a socialist paradise. There is no unemployment, Libya has the highest GDP in .Africa, less than 5% of the population is classified as poor and it has fewer people living below the poverty datum line than for example in Holland. Life expectancy is 75 years and is the highest in Africa and I0% above the world average.

    With the exception of the nomadic Bedouin and Tuareg tribes, most Libyan families possess a house and a car. There is free health care and education and not surprisingly Libya has a literacy rate of 82%. Last year Gadaffi distributed $500 to each man, woman and child (population 6.5 million).

    Libya has a tolerable human rights record and stands at 61 on the International Incarceration Index, comparable with countries in central Europe (the lower the rating, the lower the standing - the USA occupies the no.1 spot!). There is hardly any crime and only rebels and traitors are dealt with harshly.

    Anyone who has read Gadaffi's little Green Book will realize that he is a thoughtful and enlightened leader. Liby
  • -1 (1 vot)    
    Truth about Libya -2 (rense.com) (Vineri, 15 aprilie 2011, 11:42)

    Ionut [anonim]

    Anyone who has read Gadaffi's little Green Book will realize that he is a thoughtful and enlightened leader. Libya has been accused of having committed numerous acts of terrorism in the past, but many of these have been perpetrated by foreign intelligence agencies as false flag operations - the Lockerbie bombing being a prime example.

    The CIA and MI6 and their frontmen have been stoking up dissent in the east of the country for almost 30 years. Libya produces exceptionally high quality light crude oil and its production cost of $1 a barrel, compared to the current price of $115, is the lowest in the world.

    Riba (usury) is not permitted. The Central bank of Libya is a wholly-owned by the Libyan Government and is run as a state bank, issuing all government loans free of interest. This is in contrast to the exploitative fractional reserve banking system of the West. The no-fly zone and the bombing of Libya have nothing to do with the protection of civilians. It is an act of war a blatant and crude attempt by the oil corporations and international bankers to steal the wealth of Libya.


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