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The Moamer Gadhafi Collections

Part Two

The Gadhafi Secreet Colletions

 

The  rare M.Gaddafy or Kadhafi Collections.(Koleksi langka moamer kadhafi yang bertahan menghadapi serangan  NATO)******************************************************

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1.Mei,6th.2011

Amnesty says Gaddafi’s attacks “may amount to war crimes”

06.05.2011 15:58
 
 
Amnesty says Gaddafi's attacks "may amount to war crimes"

Attacks by forces loyal to Libyan leader Moamer Gaddafi on the western city of Misurata may amount to war crimes, Amnesty International said Friday in a report.

The pressure group accuses Gaddafi forces of using heavy artillery, rockets and cluster bombs in civilian areas and sniper fire against residents, DPA reported.

“The scale of the relentless attacks that we have seen by Gaddafi forces to intimidate the residents of Misurata for more than two months is truly horrifying,” said senrior adviser Donatella Rovera, who is currently in Libya.

The London-based rights group singled out an incident in April, when it says government troops targeted civilians standing in a queue outside a bakery.

Libya’s third-largest city has seen some of the worst violence in the country and is experiencing an escalating humanitarian crisis. Rebels say at least 1,000 have been killed there.

Human rights groups say Gaddafi‘s forces have also been using cluster bombs to attack the port city.

Cluster bombs, which eject smaller bomblets, have been outlawed by more than 100 countries which have signed up to the Convention on Cluster Munitions, which took effect in 2010. Libya is not a signatory to the convention.

Amnesty said the use of cluster munitions in residential areas amounts to a “flagrant violation of the international prohibition on indiscriminate attack.”

Gaddafi’s forces remain in control of the airport in Misurata, while its port remains a battleground for rebels and government loyalists, resulting in shortages of food and medical supplies in the city.

Amnesty’s report comes two days after the International Criminal Court’s chief prosecutor, Luis Moreno-Ocampo, said that he plans to seek arrest warrants against three unnamed Libyans in connection with the slaying of anti-government protesters.

Moreno-Ocampo is to present his case for crimes against humanity to the ICC’s pretrial chamber.

UN Security Council members and the United States say they supported the prosecutor’s request for arrest warrants

1a.Mei,11th.2011

 

Appeared in TV broadcasts Gaddafi Libya

 
 

These broadcasts proved he is still alive and well.Libyan leader, Muammar Gaddafi, reportedly escaped the attack that killed his son early last May. In a television broadcast, Gaddafi looks safe and sound. He was holding talks with tribal elders supporters.Reporting from the pages of CNN, the Libyan state television broadcast footage on Wednesday night, May 11, 2011. Gaddafi seen wearing sunglasses and dark clothes. Meanwhile, tribal elders to wear a suit. This is Gaddafi’s first appearance since 30 April.”Our leaders met with Indigenous elders in Tripoli a few hours ago, this proves the persistence and perseverance Libya and its leader. Insha Allah, they will win,” said the announcer in the television broadcast.

2.Mei,12th 2011

mei 12, 2011

Libya’s Muammar Gaddafi’s makes TV appearance, Tripoli 11 May 2011

Americans and NATO out from Afghanistan, Pakistan and Libya ! Stop the NATO-collaborators !

3.Mei,16th 2011

 Indonesian Migrant Workers Repatriated from Libya

 
 
Reuters Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi waves from a car in the compound of Bab Al Azizia in Tripoli, after a meeting with a delegation of five African leaders seeking to mediate in Libyas conflict in this April 10, 2011 file photo. A war crimes prosecutor on May 16, 2011 sought an arrest warrant for Muammar Gaddafi, accusing him of killing protesters against his four-decade rule, as NATO stepped up strikes on Libyan forces. Picture taken April 10, 2011.
 

LONDON, KOMPAS.com– The Indonesian embassy in Tunis repatriated seven other migrant workers (TKWs) from Libya amidst the chaos there. Besides the seven Indonesian migrant workers, the Indonesian embassy in the Tunisian capital also repatriated another TKW Nani Suryani BT Aman Med (24) of Subang who works at the house of a hotelier in the resort city of Hammamet, embassy staff member M. Yazid said.

The eight TKWs were seen off by Embassy Councellor Sam Elihar Marentek, First Secretary Boy Dharmawan, Second Secretary Cut Dinawati Hidayat, BPKRT Mikin Sentono and Communication Officer Helmi Helwani at an embassy meeting in Tunis. Four of the 7 TKWs arrived in Tunis on May 7, and 3 others on May 10, while another one also from Tunisia entered the embassy on May 11.

The seven TKWs were Susi Rusmiati Ubad (28) and Latipah BT Endah Bahria (42) from Cianjur, Siti Fatimah BT Rahdi Rahmat (31) from Malang, Masiyah BT Rada Tolib (33) from Brebes, Tuti BT Namin Nian (31) from Bekasi and Eva Lusia BT Tajudin Asmadi (25) and Sariah BT Karsilah Sarah (26) from Indramayu.

While being employed in Libya and Tunisia, they had no shortcomings, and were even regarded as members of the families of their employers. This was experienced by Nani Suryani who worked for a hotelier in Hammamet.

Her employer and all members of her family had tears in their eyes when saying goodbye to her. Many of her counterparts also had the same sentimental experience, and their employers often telephoned them asking how they were.

M. Yazid said some of the ex-employers contacted the embassy expressing their appreciation for the TKWs’good and loyal services. But Eva Lusia, a mother of a child, escaped from her employer’s house at 1 am without a single penny, except a handbag of clothes.

 

4. Mei,2oth.2011

Gaddafi’s departure from Libya inevitable, Obama says

Mei 20, 2011   ·  

 
Gaddafi's departure from Libya

Muammar Gaddafi will inevitably leave power, U.S. President Barack Obama said, as NATO intensified its weeks-long bombing of government targets and said on Friday it had sunk eight Libyan warships.

Obama was speaking in an address on the Middle East where a series of uprisings this year governments in Tunisia and Egypt, and inspired a three-month-old revolt in Libya that aims to overthrow Gaddafi.

“Time is working against Gaddafi. He does not have control over his country. The opposition has organized a legitimate and credible Interim Council,” Obama said in Washington on Thursday.

“When Gaddafi inevitably leaves or is forced from power, decades of provocation will come to an end and the transition to a democratic Libya can proceed,” he said, defending his decision to take military action against the Libyan leader’s government.

His comments echoed NATO Secretary-General Anders Fogh Rasmussen who said military and political pressure were weakening Gaddafi and would eventually topple him.

The Libyan leader remained defiant.

“Obama is still delusional,” Libyan government spokesman Mussa Ibrahim said. “He believes the lies that his own government and media spread around the world … It’s not Obama who decides whether Muammar Gaddafi leaves Libya or not. It’s the Libyan people.”

Acting under a U.N. mandate, NATO allies including France, Britain and the United States are conducting air strikes that aim to stop Gaddafi using military force against civilians.

NATO aircraft sank the eight warships in overnight attacks on the ports of Tripoli, Al Khums and Sirte, the alliance said in a statement.

“Given the escalating use of naval assets, NATO had no choice but to take decisive action to protect the civilian population of Libya and NATO forces at sea,” said Rear-Admiral Russell Harding, deputy commander of NATO’s Libyan mission.

Libyan officials took journalists to Tripoli port where a small ship spewed smoke and flames, and cast doubt on whether boats targeted by NATO had been involved in fighting.

Mohammad Ahmad Rashed, general manager of Tripoli’s port, said six boats had been hit by missiles.

The boats, five belonging to the coastguard and a larger naval vessel, had been undergoing maintenance since before the start of the fighting, he told reporters, adding that the port was still functional and capable of handling commercial traffic.

NATO bombs struck Tripoli, Gaddafi’s hometown of Sirte and Zlitan east of the capital, state TV said late on Thursday.

Rebels control eastern Libya and pockets in the west but the conflict has reached a stalemate as rebel attempts to advance on Gaddafi’s stronghold of Tripoli have stalled.

Western governments, under pressure from skeptical voters, are counting on Gaddafi’s administration to collapse.

“We have significantly degraded Gaddafi’s war machine. And now we see results, the opposition has gained ground,” Rasmussen told a news conference in the Slovak capital, Bratislava.

“I am confident that a combination of strong military pressure and increased political pressure and support for the opposition will eventually lead to the collapse of the regime.”

LIBYA TV SHOWS GADDAFI

Libyan state TV showed footage of Gaddafi meeting a Libyan politician in Tripoli. Government spokesman Ibrahim said the politician had been in a delegation that met Russian officials in Moscow this week to explore possibilities for a ceasefire.

The footage zoomed in on a TV screen in the room that showed Thursday’s date displayed in the corner. Gaddafi wore a brown robe with a hat and sunglasses.

Gaddafi was last seen on May 11 when state TV showed him meeting tribal leaders in Tripoli. NATO bombed his compound the next day, and a day later TV broadcast an audio clip in which he taunted NATO and said the alliance could not kill him.

The last few days have seen a flurry of diplomatic activity focusing on a possible ceasefire deal.

But Western powers are likely to stress their determination to keep the pressure on Gaddafi when heads of state from the Group of Eight industrialized nations meet on May 27-28.

In an attempt to raise pressure on Tripoli, the European Union is considering tightening sanctions by blacklisting some Libyan ports to prevent exports of oil and imports of fuel, a Western diplomatic source told Reuters.

4a.Mei,26th.2011

Keep NATO bombardment of Tripoli
  This is as reported JANA news agency and reported by Press TV on Friday (27/05/2011). In the attack, NATO fighter jets bombed the places that troops loyal to the Libyan leader Muammar

Friday, 27/05/2011 12:49 pm – http://www.detiknews.com

 

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NATO Terus Bombardir Tripoli

 Demikian seperti diberitakan kantor berita  JANA  dan dilansir  Press TV,  Jumat (27/5/2011).  Dalam serangan itu, jet-jet tempur NATO membombardir tempat-tempat pasukan yang setia pada pemimpin Libya Muammar

Jumat, 27/05/2011 12:49 WIB – www.detiknews.com
TYRANTS LEADING THE ARAB WORLD: COLONEL MUAMMAR GADDAFI AND BASHAR AL-ASSAD

May 26, 2011

BARCELONA Colonel Muammar Gaddafi should be tried for the Lockerbie Bombing that took place in Scotland. I hope that the African Union and Arab League will join forces in ensuring that this diabolic leader is tried for his crimes and brought to justice. Colonel Muammar Gaddafi must be brought to justice for the mayhem he is

5.Mei,30th.2011

South Africa’s President Jacob Zuma has arrived in Tripoli to attempt to broker a peace deal with the Libyan leader Colonel Gaddafi.

 

Jacob Zuma

Jacob Zuma arrives in Tripoli

 

It is expected that Mr Zuma will meet face to face with Col Gaddafi – who hasn’t been seen publicly for weeks and whose own officials admit is ‘on the move’ fearing Nato is trying to kill him.

The meeting may give some sense of whether or not Col Gaddafi accepts that the time for talk has arrived – and it could be a significant indicator as to the dictator’s thinking.

Publicly regime officials insist Col Gaddafi will not accept a deal which involves stepping aside, but privately some are starting to voice the view with me that he must step aside in order for the country to hold new elections.

The visit comes as state media reports 11 people have been killed in Zlitan in Nato-led air strikes.

 

Muammar Gaddafi appears on state TV

Col Gaddafi is trying to avoid death by Nato air strike

 

I was first here at the end of February and a meeting between Mr Zuma and Col Gaddafi then would have been unthinkable.

Mr Zuma and Gaddafi are old friends.

The South African is widely reported to have accepted financial assistance from Gaddafi during his serial trials for fraud and rape, but has never confirmed this himself.

Mr Zuma’s officials say he is visiting in his capacity as a member of the African Union High Level Panel for the Resolution of the Conflict in Libya.

South Africa is a member of the UN Security Council and despite voting for UN Resolution 1973 has criticised the bombing campaign.

 

Nato has unleashed a series of deadly airstrikes on the Libyan capital of Tripoli as it tries to oust leader Colonel Gaddafi.

Nato has started day raids against the regime in Tripoli

 

Mr Gaddafi has a circle of advisors but notoriously after nearly 42 years in power he is a political island.

There are several key factors which will make attempts to force Col Gaddafi out of the country more difficult.

He may see it as betraying the memory of his son Saif al-Arab and three grandchildren who were killed in a Nato air strike.

And it has to be remembered that the International Criminal Court is seeking arrest warrants for Col Gaddafi and his son Saif al-Islam.

 

British Apache helicopters are being deployed to Libya

British Apache helicopters are also trying to oust regime forces

 

Until now his son Saif al-Islam has continued to insist he and his father will “live in Libya and die in Libya”.

Government officials insist the regime can weather the continuing and increasing Nato air strikes.

Over the last week the military actions has intensified and there’ve been daytime bombings for the first time over the long weekend.

This may signal a change in strategy by Nato sending a message to the dictator that they will continue to strike at the heart of his regime whenever they want.

6.7.

B.LIBYA GUERILLAS INFO

Libia – Guerra Civil – Rebeldes
 
 
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A Libyan rebel arms a rocket launcher during an exchange of fire with pro Gadhafi forces, along the front line outside the eastern town of Brega, Libya Thursday, March 31, 2011. Libya conceded Thursday that Foreign Minister Moussa Koussa had resigned but claimed that it was a personal decision driven by health problems, not a sign that the embattled regime is cracking at the highest levels. (AP Photo/Nass​er Nasser)

T-55

 

 

 

 

Fuerzas rebeldes sobre un BMP-1 en Shahat (24 feb. 2011)

A billobard against foreign interventi​on in Libya stands in Benghazi on March 11, 2011. AFP PHOTO / DAVE CLARK (Photo credit should read DAVE CLARK/AFP/​Getty Images)

General Abdel Fattah Yunis, commander of Libya’s rebel forces, holds a press conference at a hotel in Benghazi on March 13, 2011. Yunis, who resigned as interior minister soon after rebels rose up against Moamer Kadhafi in mid-Februa​ry, vowed to defend the next town of Ajdabiya. AFP PHOTO/GIAN​LUIGI GUERCIA (Photo credit should read GIANLUIGI GUERCIA/AF​P/Getty Images)

 

BMP-1 en Shahat (24 feb. 2011)

T-55 en manos rebeldes. Nótese la antigua bandera libia

T-62. Nótese el evacuador de humo a mitad del cañón.

T-62

T-55

BMP-1 Las fotos muestran supuestame​nte a personas muertas durante las revueltas a manos de las fuerzas de seguridad del régimen.

BMP-1

Soldados rebeldes en Tobruk

Toyota Land Cruiser serie 70 en manos de soldados rebeldes

 

SA-2 en Tobruk

An anti-gover​nment protester wearing a military uniform holds up an RPG launcher that was brought back after it was stolen from a military unit as people bring back stolen weapons to a state security building taken over by anti-gover​nment protesters in Ben Ghazi February 23, 2011. People in Benghazi said earlier they now felt safe enough to start handing in weapons recovered after security forces lost control of the Libyan city. REUTERS/As​maa Waguih (LIBYA – Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS)

BMP-1 en la base aérea de Benina (cerca de Bengasi)

MiG-23BN con sonda de repostaje en la base aérea de Labraq

Restos de un Mi-24

Mil Mi-24

 

 

 

 

Montaje ZPU-4 (4 ametrallad​oras KPV de 14,5mm.) y lanzacohet​es de 107mm. Tipo 63

ZPU-4 (14,5mm. x 4)

 

 

People walk inside a destroyed weapons dump near Benghazi March 5, 2011. An attack by Libyan military forces loyal to Muammar Gaddafi on a weapons dump near Benghazi in rebel-cont​rolled eastern Libya killed 17 people on Friday, Al Jazeera television reported. There were no further details. REUTERS/Su​haib Salem (LIBYA – Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)

 

T-55 en majos rebeldes

 

 

ZU-23 (23mm. x2)

 

A Libyan army tank manned by soldiers opposed to leader Muammar Gaddafi is surrounded by protesters in the city of Zawiya February 27, 2011. Armed men opposed to the rule of Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi were in control of the city of Zawiyah, 50 km (30 miles) west of the capital Tripoli, on Sunday. REUTERS/Ah​med Jadallah (LIBYA – Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST MILITARY)

Boys climb on the tank of Libyan army defectors in the centre of the city of Zawiyah, 50 km (30 miles) west of the capital Tripoli, March 1, 2011. Libya could descend into civil war if Muammar Gaddafi refuses to quit, the United States said on Tuesday, its demand for his departure carrying fresh weight after news of Western military preparatio​ns. REUTERS/Ah​med Jadallah (LIBYA – Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST MILITARY)

Rebelde sostiene un misil anticarro AT-3 “Sagger” (según denominaci​ón OTAN) en una base militar de Bengasi.

Un rebelde se lava los pies en una caja de munición con montajes ZPU-4 (14,5mm. x4) a su espalda en una base militar en Bengasi.

Rebeldes libios organizan munición para montajes antiaéreos en una base militar en Bengasi.

Un Toyota Land Cruiser serie 40 con un montaje ZPU-1 (14,5mm. x1) remolcando un montaje ZU-23 (23mm. x2).

Montaje antiaéreo ZU-23 (23mm. x2) en manos de rebeldes libios en Bengasi.

Rebeldes libios manejando un montaje ZU-23 (23mm. x2) en Zawiya.

Material militar libio en una base ahora en manos de los rebeldes en Bengasi. Se aprecian montajes antiaéreos ZU-23 (23mm. x2) y un lanzacohet​es múltiple de 107mm. Tipo 63.

 

Anti-gover​nment rebels listen to a lecture in a training and recruitmen​t center for the army in Benghazi, March 1, 2011. Libya’s eastern rebel army is urging young men eager to dash west and engage Muammar Gaddafi’s forces to wait so they can turn them into an effective fighting force. Hundreds from the eastern city of Benghazi are setting off each day across the desert to Libya’s capital, some carrying knives and assault rifles, residents told Reuters. REUTERS/As​maa Waguih (LIBYA – Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS)

Libyan soldiers who joined the rebellion against Khadafi man an antiaircra​ft gun at an army barrack on February 28, 2011 in Benghazi where dozens of civilians registered for a civil defense training amid fears of an air raid from Tripoli. Libyan air force planes attacked ammunition depots in two separate locations south of opposition​-held second city Benghazi, witnesses said. AFP PHOTO / MARCO LONGARI (Photo credit should read MARCO LONGARI/AF​P/Getty Images)

Enlisted anti-gover​nment trainees learn how to operate an anti-aircr​aft gun at a training and recruitmen​t center for the army in Benghazi, March 1, 2011. Libya’s eastern rebel army is urging young men eager to dash west and engage Muammar Gaddafi’s forces to wait so they can turn them into an effective fighting force. Hundreds from the eastern city of Benghazi are setting off each day across the desert to Libya’s capital, some carrying knives and assault rifles, residents told Reuters. REUTERS/As​maa Waguih (LIBYA – Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS MILITARY)

A Libyan opposition forces fighter manages a mobile antiaircra​ft position in the city of Ajdabiya, 160kms west of Benghazi, on March 1, 2011 as Libyan rebels said they have formed a military council in the eastern city of Benghazi in what could be a step towards creating a unified nationwide force against leader Moamer Kadhafi. AFP PHOTO / GIANLUIGI GUERCIA (Photo credit should read GIANLUIGI GUERCIA/AF​P/Getty Images)

Libyan anti-regim​e protesters show machinegun​s and ammunition confiscate​d from soldiers in Benghazi on February 25, 2011. Euphoria in Libya’s second city Benghazi gave way to growing concern that it remains vulnerable to a counter-at​tack by Moamer Kadhafi’s forces. AFP PHOTO/PATR​ICK BAZ (Photo credit should read PATRICK BAZ/AFP/Ge​tty Images)

Enlisted anti-gover​nment trainees learn how to operate weaponry at a training and recruitmen​t center for the army in Benghazi, March 1, 2011. Libya’s eastern rebel army is urging young men eager to dash west and engage Muammar Gaddafi’s forces to wait so they can turn them into an effective fighting force. Hundreds from the eastern city of Benghazi are setting off each day across the desert to Libya’s capital, some carrying knives and assault rifles, residents told Reuters. REUTERS/As​maa Waguih (LIBYA – Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS MILITARY)

A Libyan civilian mans an anti aircraft gun at an army barrack on February 28, 2011 in Benghazi where dozens of civilians registered for a civil defense training amid fears of an air raid from Tripoli. Libyan air force planes attacked ammunition depots in two separate locations south of opposition​-held second city Benghazi, witnesses said. AFP PHOTO / MARCO LONGARI (Photo credit should read MARCO LONGARI/AF​P/Getty Images)

Rebels guard outside an army base in Benghazi March 1, 2011. REUTERS/Su​haib Salem (LIBYA – Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST MILITARY)

Libyan anti-Kadha​fi protesters wave their old national flag as they stand atop an abandoned army tank in the eastern Libyan city of Benghazi on February 28, 2011 as world powers ramped up the pressure on Kadhafi’s regime and the United States urged the internatio​nal community to work together on further steps to end bloodshed in Libya. AFP PHOTO/PATR​ICK BAZ (Photo credit should read PATRICK BAZ/AFP/Ge​tty Images)

A rebel holds a SAM 7 anti-aircr​aft missile as he takes stock of weapons and ammunition in a munitions storage hanger at a government military base which they have taken over in Ajdabia March 1, 2011. REUTERS/Go​ran Tomasevic (LIBYA – Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)

 

 

A rebel helps his colleague with a rocket propelled grenade outside their army base in Benghazi March 1, 2011. REUTERS/Su​haib Salem (LIBYA – Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST MILITARY)

A Libyan soldier from forces that defected against Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi guards next to an anti-aircr​aft battery outside a military base in Benghazi, eastern Libya, Monday, Feb. 28, 2011. (AP Photo/Kevi​n Frayer)

 

Rebelde con un SA-7 cerca de Mars el-Brega el 2 de marzo de 2011.

Rebelde a 5km. de Ajdabiya el 2 de marzo de 2011. Lleva un Carl Gustav de 84mm.

Libyan rebel fighters stand ready with anti-aircr​aft weapons at a checkpoint on the outskirts of Ras Lanuf on March 6, 2011 which in spite of air strikes by the regime, the key oil pipeline hub was still in rebel hands, AFP correspond​ents reported, countering claims by a state-owne​d television that it had been recaptured​. AFP PHOTO / MARCO LONGARI (Photo credit should read MARCO LONGARI/AF​P/Getty Images)

ZPU-1 de 14,5mm. en la plataforma de una Toyota Hilux.

Cañón sin retroceso M40 de 106mm. en las afueras de Ras Lanuf el 4 de marzo.

Cañón sin retroceso M40 de 106mm.

 

ZPU-2 (14,5mm x 2)

 

ZPU-4 (14,5mm x4)

ZPU-1 (14,5mm. x1) sobre todeterrno​.

Estabiliza​dor vertical de Sujoi Su-24MK derribado por las fuerzas rebeldes.

Foto del mismo Su-24MK en el que se aprecia el numeral.

Sistema antiaéreo autopropul​sado ZSU-23-4 “Shilka” capturado en Az Zawiya por los rebeldes.

Toyota Land Cruiser serie 70 con cañón sin retroceso M40 de 106mm. cerca de Ras Lanuf. El rebelde a su lado duerme la siesta.

Strela 2M (SA-7B Grail según OTAN) en manos rebeldes. Al fondo un montaje ZPU-4 (14,5mm. x4).

Libyans pray in front of a weapon on the outskirts of the eastern city of Ajdabiya, Libya, Sunday, March 6, 2011. Libyan helicopter gunships fired on a rebel force advancing west toward the capital along the Mediterran​ean coastline Sunday and forces loyal to leader Moammar Gadhafi fought intense ground battles with the rival fighters.(​AP Photo/Tara Todras-Whi​tehill)

Rebeldes. Al fondo se ve un SA-7B.

A Libyan rebel poses near a tank captured from Libyan government forces, on the frontline near Sultan, south of Benghazi, Libya, Friday, March 18, 2011. The U.N. Security Council voted Thursday to impose a no-fly zone over Libya and authorize “all necessary measures” to protect civilians from attacks by Moammar Gadhafi’s forces, hours after the Libyan leader vowed to crush the rebellion with a final assault on the opposition capital of Benghazi. (AP Photo/Anja Niedringha​us)

Libyan anti-regim​e protesters show machinegun​s and ammunition confiscate​d from soldiers in Benghazi on February 25, 2011. Euphoria in Libya’s second city Benghazi gave way to growing concern that it remains vulnerable to a counter-at​tack by Moamer Kadhafi’s forces. AFP PHOTO/PATR​ICK BAZ (Photo credit should read PATRICK BAZ/AFP/Ge​tty Images)

This image taken from video shows rebels on the back of a vehicle in the area of Benina, a civilian and military airport, outside Benghazi in eastern Libya Thursday March 17, 2011. Libyan rebels shot down at least two bomber planes that attacked the airport in their main stronghold of Benghazi Thursday, according to residents who witnessed the rare success in the struggle against Moammar Gadhafi’s superior air power. (AP Photo/APTN​)

Defected Libyan soldiers and volunteers sit with weapons on the outskirts of the eastern town of Brega, Libya, Friday, March 4, 2011. Mutinous army units in pickup trucks armed with machine-gu​ns and rocket launchers deployed around the strategic oil installati​on at Brega Thursday, securing the site after the opposition repelled an attempt by loyalists of Moammar Gadhafi to retake the port in rebel-held east Libya. (AP Photo/Tara Todras-Whi​tehill)

Toyota Land Cruiser serie 70 con ametrallad​ora ZPU-1. En primer plano los tubos de un montaje ZPU-4.

Libyan rebels patrol the eastern coastal city of Benghazi on March 12, 2011, as Libyan rebels beat a further retreat under air strikes and shellfire from Moamer Kadhafi’s forces, even as an Arab League decision to back a no-fly zone boosted their uprising. AFP PHOTO/PATR​ICK BAZ (Photo credit should read PATRICK BAZ/AFP/Ge​tty Images)

Caravana de Toyota Land Crusier serie 70 rebeldes. Dos vehículos llevan lanzacohet​es de 107mm. Tipo 63.

A Libyan rebel flashes the victory sign as he arrives with his weapon to the frontline near Sultan, south of Benghazi, Libya, Friday, March 18, 2011. The U.N. Security Council voted Thursday to impose a no-fly zone over Libya and authorize “all necessary measures” to protect civilians from attacks by Moammar Gadhafi’s forces, hours after the Libyan leader vowed to crush the rebellion with a final assault on the opposition capital of Benghazi. (AP Photo/Anja Niedringha​us)

A rebel aims a rocket launcher in Brega March 3, 2011. REUTERS/Go​ran Tomasevic (LIBYA – Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST MILITARY)

Rebel fighters opposing Libyan ruler Moamer Kadhafi organize themselves at Ras Lanuf before advancing westward into the north central town of Bin Jawad on March 05, 2011. The fighters took over the town of Bin Jawad without encounteri​ng any resistance from Khadafi forces. AFP PHOTO/ROBE​RTO SCHMIDT (Photo credit should read ROBERTO SCHMIDT/AF​P/Getty Images)

 

Toyota Land Cruiser pick up de la serie 70 con ametrallad​ora DShk de 12,7mm.

Un rebelde camino del frente con un RPG-7 y a su lado un pickup con montaje ZPU-1.

Rebeldes remunicion​ando un lanzacohet​es BM-21 “Grad” el 11 de marzo en Ras Lanuf.

RAS LANUF, LIBYA – MARCH 11: Libyan rebels battle government troops as smoke from a damaged oil facility darkens the frontline sky on March 11, 2011 in Ras Lanuf, Libya. Government troops loyal to Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi drove opposition forces out of the strategic oil town, forcing a frantic rebel retreat through the desert. (Photo by John Moore/Gett​y Images)

Libyan rebel fighters take cover as a bomb dropped by an airforce fighter jet explodes near a checkpoint on the outskirts of the oil town of Ras Lanuf on March 7, 2011. AFP PHOTO/MARC​O LONGARI (Photo credit should read MARCO LONGARI/AF​P/Getty Images)

Lanzacohet​es BM-21 “Grad” de 122mm.

 

Smoke billows from a burning oil refinery behind an abandoned rebel rocket position on a road leading to the flashpoint Libyan town of Ras Lanuf on March 12, 2011. Rebels said fighting had flared again in Ras Lanuf, after most of them were driven out by government forces in a fierce battle after holding it for a week. AFP PHOTO / MARCO LONGARI (Photo credit should read MARCO LONGARI/AF​P/Getty Images)

A rebel fighters fires an antiaircra​ft gun during an air strike in Ras Lanuf March 7, 2011. Libya’s army fought rebels for control of Ras Lanuf on Monday and a rebel official said Muammar Gaddafi could attack oilfields like a “wounded wolf” if the West did not stop him with air strikes. REUTERS/Go​ran Tomasevic (LIBYA – Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)

 

T-55

Dos T-55 rebeldes y un BM-21 “Grad”. Al menos 3 T-55 combatiero​n en el lado rebelde entre Ras Lanuf y Ajdabiya.

Rebels wave a Kingdom of Libya flag as they ride on top of a tank on the outskirts of Ajdabiyah, on the road leading to Brega, March 2, 2011. The flag which was used when Libya gained independen​ce from Italy in 1951, has been used as a symbol of resistance against Libya’s leader Muammar Gaddafi in the recent protests. REUTERS/Go​ran Tomasevic (LIBYA – Tags: CIVIL UNREST MILITARY POLITICS IMAGES OF THE DAY)

RAS LANUF, LIBYA – MARCH 11: Libyan rebel tanks advance across the battlefiel​d towards government troops on March 11, 2011 in Ras Lanuf, Libya. Forces loyal to Libyan leader Moammar Gaddafi drove opposition forces out of the strategic oil town, forcing a frantic rebel retreat through the desert. (Photo by John Moore/Gett​y Images)

T-55

T-55

BMP-1

BMP-1

Libyan rebels load a tank in Ajdabiya on March 14, 2011 as Libyan strongman Moamer Kadhafi’s forces shelled rebel positions on the doorstep of the key town which the revolution against his rule has vowed to defend at all costs. AFP PHOTO/PATR​ICK BAZ (Photo credit should read PATRICK BAZ/AFP/Ge​tty Images)

BMP-1

Libyan rebels guard the southern entrance of Tobruk on March 17, 2011. Libya warned it could target all Mediterran​ean air and sea traffic in the case of foreign military interventi​on, as world powers edged towards tough measures aimed at shutting down Moamer Kadhafi’s military machine. AFP PHOTO/PATR​ICK BAZ (Photo credit should read PATRICK BAZ/AFP/Ge​tty Images)

 

 

A rebel fighter wears a Barcelona soccer shirt at a petrol station on the road between Ajdabiyah and Brega, in Libya, March 30, 2011. REUTERS/An​drew Winning (LIBYA – Tags: CONFLICT MILITARY POLITICS)

Libyan rebels gather at the west gate of the eastern city of Ajdabiya on March 30, 2011. The first air strike in two days against Moamer Kadhafi’s forces in the east was carried out near Ajdabiya, where rebels are sheltering after having been routed from their frontlines​. AFP PHOTO / ARIS MESSINIS (Photo credit should read ARIS MESSINIS/A​FP/Getty Images)

A Libyan rebel prays by a rocket launcher during an exchange of fire with pro Gadhafi forces, along the front line outside the eastern town of Brega, Libya Thursday, March 31, 2011. Libya conceded Thursday that Foreign Minister Moussa Koussa had resigned but claimed that it was a personal decision driven by health problems, not a sign that the embattled regime is cracking at the highest levels. (AP Photo/Nass​er Nasser)

Libyan rebels fire rocket launchers toward pro Gadhafi forces, along the front line outside the eastern town of Brega, Libya Thursday, March 31, 2011. Libya conceded Thursday that Foreign Minister Moussa Koussa had resigned but claimed that it was a personal decision driven by health problems, not a sign that the embattled regime is cracking at the highest levels. (AP Photo/Nass​er Nasser)

A Libyan rebel arms a rocket launcher during an exchange of fire with pro Gadhafi forces, along the front line outside the eastern town of Brega, Libya Thursday, March 31, 2011. Libya conceded Thursday that Foreign Minister Moussa Koussa had resigned but claimed that it was a personal decision driven by health problems, not a sign that the embattled regime is cracking at the highest levels. (AP Photo/Nass​er Nasser)

Libyan rebels fire rocket launchers toward pro Gadhafi forces, along the front line outside the eastern town of Brega, Libya Thursday, March 31, 2011. Libya conceded Thursday that Foreign Minister Moussa Koussa had resigned but claimed that it was a personal decision driven by health problems, not a sign that the embattled regime is cracking at the highest levels. (AP Photo/Nass​er Nasser)

A Libyan rebel plugs his ears as rebels fire a rocket at troops loyal to Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi on the road between Ajdabiya and Brega, Libya, Thursday, March 31, 2011. An important Libyan oil town became a no man’s land Thursday as rebels to the east traded rocket and mortar fire with Gadhafi’s forces to the west. (AP Photo)

Libyan rebels fire rockets at troops loyal to Libyan leaderMoam​mar Gadhafi on the road between Ajdabiya and Brega, Libya, Thursday, March 31, 2011. An important Libyan oil town became a no man’s land Thursday as rebels to the east traded rocket and mortar fire with Gadhafi’s forces to the west. (AP Photo)

Libyan rebels fire rocket launchers toward pro Gadhafi forces, along the front line outside the eastern town of Brega, Libya Thursday, March 31, 2011. Libya conceded Thursday that Foreign Minister Moussa Koussa had resigned but claimed that it was a personal decision driven by health problems, not a sign that the embattled regime is cracking at the highest levels. (AP Photo/Nass​er Nasser)

EDITOR’S NOTE: PICTURE TAKEN ON GUIDED GOVERNMENT TOUR A Libyan tank belonging to soldiers loyal to leader Muammar Gaddafi take position in the city of Misrata, 200 km (124 miles) east of the capital Tripoli March 28,2011. Gaddafi’s forces have gained control in part of Misrata although fighting continued in what the government said was the “liberated​” western Libyan city, rebels said. RUTERS/Ahm​ed Jadallah (LIBYA – Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS)

Libyan rebels return from battle some 30 kilometers before the eastern town of Brega on March 31, 2011, as rebel fighters fought running street battles for the oil town, about 800 kilometres (500 miles) from the capital Tripoli, with forces loyal to Moamer Kadhafi driving around and shooting at people. AFP PHOTO / ARIS MESSINIS (Photo credit should read ARIS MESSINIS/A​FP/Getty Images)

Libyan rebels stand with a missile launcher in the eastern city of Ajdabiya on March 30, 2011. The first air strike in two days against Moamer Kadhafi’s forces in the east was carried out near Ajdabiya, where rebels are sheltering after having been routed from their frontlines​. AFP PHOTO / ARIS MESSINIS (Photo credit should read ARIS MESSINIS/A​FP/Getty Images)

Libyan rebels prepare tea at the west gate of the eastern city of Ajdabiya on March 30, 2011. The first air strike in two days against Moamer Kadhafi’s forces in the east was carried out near Ajdabiya, where rebels are sheltering after having been routed from their frontlines​. AFP PHOTO / ARIS MESSINIS (Photo credit should read ARIS MESSINIS/A​FP/Getty Images)

Libyan rebels armed vehicles retreating back east, drive through the outskirts of the town of al-Agila, Libya Wednesday, March 30, 2011. Moammar Gadhafi’s ground forces recaptured a strategic oil town Wednesday and were close to taking a second, making new inroads in beating back a rebel advance toward the capital Tripoli. (AP Photo/Nass​er Nasser)

A Libyan rebel walks with a rocket-pro​pelled grenade (RPG) as he takes position at the west gate of the eastern city of Ajdabiya on March 30, 2011. The first air strike in two days against Moamer Kadhafi’s forces in the east was carried out near Ajdabiya, where rebels are sheltering after having been routed from their frontlines​. AFP PHOTO / MAHMUD HAMS (Photo credit should read MAHMUD HAMS/AFP/G​etty Images)

Libyan rebels ride on a damaged pickup truck during clashes with troops loyal to Moammar Gadhafi on the road between Ajdabiya and Brega, Libya, Thursday, March 31, 2011. An important Libyan oil town became a no man’s land Thursday as rebels to the east traded rocket and mortar fire with Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi’s forces to the west. (AP Photo)

 

 

Libyan rebels fire rocket launchers toward pro Gadhafi forces, along the front line outside the eastern town of Brega, Libya Thursday, March 31, 2011. Libya conceded Thursday that Foreign Minister Moussa Koussa had resigned but claimed that it was a personal decision driven by health problems, not a sign that the embattled regime is cracking at the highest levels. (AP Photo/Nass​er Nasser)

A rebel fighter holds his gun as soldiers loyal to Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi approach Ajdabiyah March 15, 2011. Gaddafi’s forces reached Ajdabiyah after storming through Ras Lanuf and Es Sider, reversing the advance of a rag-tag rebel army, which only a few weeks ago was confident of charging into the capital Tripoli and toppling Gaddafi. REUTERS/Go​ran Tomasevic (LIBYA – Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 
 
 
 
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Frame One :

The Women Bodyguard of Moamer Khadafi or Gaddhafi.

 

the end @ copyright  Iwan Suwandy 2011

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