Monday, March 21, 2011

More Than 8000 People's Libyan Killed in Battle

CAIRO - More than 8,000 people of Libya have been killed in the rebellion movement against the leadership of Moammar Gaddafi.

"The number of killed and martyrs of our groups more than 8,000 people," said spokesman Abdel Hafiz Ghoga rebel group told Reuters on Monday (3/21/2011).

Ghoga commentary also criticized the Arab League Secretary General Amr Moussa who was too critical of the military action undertaken by the United States and its allies in the Government of Libya.

The Arab League called for the implementation of no-fly zone in Libya to protect civilians from attack Gaddafi's troops, but Gen. Mussa condemns attacks on civilians.

"What happened in Libya, contrary to the purpose of implementing no-fly zone. What we want is the protection of civilians is not the bombing of more civilians, "said General Mussa was quoted by Egyptian news agency.

"I was shocked by what was said Arab League Secretary General. What is the mechanism that could stop the slaughter of the people of Libya, what mechanism? If the protection of civilians but not the obligation of humanity, then what mechanism would you recommend to us? "asked Ghoga.

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