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Sheikh Al-Gheriani has been in hiding since the beginning of the revolution because he called out for the people to kill Gaddafi. As a result the regime has sought to capture him. Despite the dangers, he sent this message to reaffirm Libya’s unity.
I have been contacted by wise men of the various Tribes since the beginning of the intifada, such as… Read More
March 10, 2011: Nic Robertson of CNN took it upon himself to accomplish the tricky task of getting the truth in Tripoli. He took to the streets and held a secret interview with a brave, unknown person, who was willing to speak to the media about what was really happening in Tripoli.
“It’s like you are in prison”
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The Committee to Protect Journalists released the following report:
New York, March 10, 2011–At least seven journalists covering the conflict in Libya are unaccounted for, according to research by the Committee to Protect Journalists, which expressed deep concern today about their well-being. The most recent to go missing is Ghaith Abdul-Ahad, a correspondent for London’s Guardian newspaper, whose disappearance was reported today.
Also, on Wednesday, three BBC journalists recounted a harrowing 21 hours in the custody of Libyan military and security forces this week during which they were subjected to physical assault and psychological torment. The three, along with their driver, were detained at a checkpoint in Al-Zahra, south of contested city of Zawiya.
“The abuse inflicted on international journalists raises serious concern about the welfare of Libyan journalists unaccounted for since the start of the conflict,” said CPJ’s Deputy Director Robert Mahoney. “We call on Colonel Qaddafi’s government to release all detained journalists immediately, and to allow the media to work freely.”
On March 10, 2011, the people of Misrata came out to show support and encourage the people of Zawiya to stay strong.
They are seen here chanting: “Ya Shabab Zawiya, Keef Al-Layla Dawiya”
Translation: “Oh people of Zawiya How the night is so bright!”
On March 10, 2011 the city of Derna men and women came out to protest in solidarity with their brothers caught in battle in and Misurata, Zintan, and the rest of the cities in the West. They raise their voice against the suffering, the injustice, and the tyranny of this criminal regime, the killer of children and innocent people. the bloody massacres, and genocidal war that has been waged against the Libyan… Read More
In case you missed it earlier, Saif Gadaffi gave an interview yet again. And yet again his comments further asserted that he is crazy, desperate, and in denial. He stated that “Libya is not a piece of cake, we are not Mikey Mouse.” Thanks for that clarification!
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