Libya 2011 Demonstrations (1 Viewer)

Bisco

porn forum troll
Nov 21, 2005
14,275
#9
come on libya!!!!! i hope they get what makes them happier and more hopeful towards the future bec they deserve that just like all this region that has lived in a state of hopelessness for a long time. rest in peace to the brave who have fallen.
 
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ReBeL

The Jackal
Jan 14, 2005
22,869
#10
So yesterday saw violent clashes with police at many Arab countries and the result was:

Three demonstrators were killed in Bahrain.
Three demonstrators were killed in a southern city in Iraq.
Two demonstrators were killed in Al-Bayda city in Libya.
Two demonstrators were killed in Aden city in Yemen.
And in Jordan, the first demonstration in Jordanian history that called for converting Jordan to a constitutional monarchy.
 
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ReBeL

The Jackal
Jan 14, 2005
22,869
#12
Libya

* Who's in charge?

The longest serving leader in the Arab world, Colonel Muammar Gaddafi, has ruled Libya since seizing power in a bloodless coup in 1969.

What caused the unrest?

Trouble first flared last month in several cities over a lack of subsidised housing. After weeks of calm, police and anti-government protesters again clashed this week in Benghazi.

Will the government fall?

On the surface, Libya seems ripe for revolt with an authoritarian government, high unemployment and a young population, but is somewhat protected by its vast oil wealth. Libyans enjoy state support and many sympathise with Gaddafi's stance towards the West.

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/w...ave-of-arab-unrest-reaches-libya-2217151.html
 

Fred

Senior Member
Oct 2, 2003
40,759
#15
The bloody dictator is now using squads of African mercenaries, there have been more than 40 deaths in the past 3 days, many of them can be seen in videos in youtube and facebook. This is 2011, its not 1996, Gaddaffi should know that, anything he does will now be seen by the whole world. 42 years we've lived under the bloody dictator, but now his days are numbered. Abu Slim victims, you will not be forgotten!
 

Fred

Senior Member
Oct 2, 2003
40,759
#16
The situation in the East is escalating. One of the Imams said in the Friday prayer, that only yesterday there were 29 deaths in Benghazi alone. The dictator has lost control over the East, to be honest it has been a ticking timebomb ever since the 80's. In Bayda and Benghazi the government has cut off the supply of water, electricity and medical supplies. Yet voices from Benghazi are saying that they will not back down, and that they're willing to die for the cause.

The dictators days are numbered.
 

Fred

Senior Member
Oct 2, 2003
40,759
#17
اخبار من مساجد طرابلس اليوم . رفض عدد من الائمة والخطباء فى مدنية طرابلس الحبيبة وعاصمتنا الغالية ، رفضوا الخطبة التى استلموها من اللجان الثورية ، كما دخل عدد من اللجان الثورية الى عدد من المساجد وهتفوا مما ادي الى خروج المصلين من المساجد هذه

The first signs of Tripoli joining the East in the revolt against Gaddaffi.
 
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ReBeL

The Jackal
Jan 14, 2005
22,869
#19
From Tubruq, destroying the green book idiocy

[video]http://www.youtube.com/user/bluo85#p/a/u/0/IQrHtsvkjDU[/video]
 

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