The Libyan People’s Support For The Jamahiriya
- Top Ten Myths in the War Against Libya.
- Libyan People’s Opposition to NATO/Rebels.
- The Libyan Crisis: Documentary.
- Using Human Rights Organisations to Launch Wars.
- Rebel Racism and Ethnic Cleansing.
- Lizzie Phelan’s Eyewitness Testimony.
- NATO’s Planned Conquest of Libya.
- Amnesty International Question Human Rights Abuse Claims.
- The Standards of Living in Libya.
- The Blueprint for the War on Libya?
- Libyan War: An Attack on African Development.
- Jan 2011: UN Human Rights Council Members Praise Libya.
- The Implications for Africa
- Post-Gaddafi Libya
- Moussa Ibrahim Statements.
- The Case against NATO
- Gen. Wesley Clark on Pre-plans to Attack Libya.
- Congressman Kucinich Questions CIA role in Libya.
Libyan Crisis: Documentary
Global Civilians for Peace on Facebook
Mass Green Demonstration – 01/07/2011
Tripoli – 01/07/2011
Sebha – 08/07/2011
Al Ajayat – 14/07/2011
Zlitan – 15/07/2011
Zawiya – 16/07/2011
Azizia – 19/07/2011
Sirte – 21/07/2011
- African Union
- Amnesty International
- Baghdadi Al-Mahmoudi
- Bani Walid
- Dan Glazebrook
- Ethnic Cleansing
- Franklin Lamb
- Gaddafi Loyalists
- Humanitarian Crisis
- Human Rights Abuses
- Human Rights Watch
- Lizzie Phelan
- Migrant Workers
- Moussa Ibrahim
- South Africa
- Sukant Chandan
- The Telegraph
- UN resolution
- War Crimes
Monthly Archives: July 2011
guardian.co.uk, Sunday 31 July 2011 18.45 ‘Fox said: “The key for the Libyan resolution will be whether or not the close circle around colonel Gaddafi realise there’s no point in investing in him: he’s a busted flush he will … Continue reading
World View: Foreign governments rush to recognise the Transitional National Council in the hope of commercial concessions and a carve-up of the oilfields Sunday, 31 July 2011 In keeping with the British Government’s well-established record of comical … Continue reading
By RAMI AL-SHAHEIBI The Associated Press At the graveside, Younis’ son, Ashraf, broke down, crying and screaming as they lowered the body into the ground and — in a startling and risky display in a city that was the first … Continue reading
Published July 29, 2011 Associated Press ‘His death is a deeply worrying development for the more than 30 countries, including the United States, that have recognized the National Transitional Council as Libya’s legitimate government’ ‘Britain this week used even stronger … Continue reading
Libya’s rebel leadership was in turmoil last night following the death of its military chief, who had been arrested on the suspicion of holding secret talks with Muammar Gaddafi’s regime. The National Transitional Council (TNC), the opposition administration based in … Continue reading
Many senior British military officers have been less than enthusiastic about the Libyan mission, questioning its direction, and privately complaining that it is a distraction from unfinished business in Afghanistan. David Cameron’s attempts to censure commanders who have raised concerns … Continue reading
David Cameron has told Foreign Office and Ministry of Defence officials working on Libyan strategy that, following months of stalemate, the time has come to find a way out of the conflict and back a French proposal to allow Gaddafi … Continue reading
TRIPOLI, Libya – The part of Libya under Moammar Gadhafi’s control is wracked by shortages in fuel, food and cash despite a veneer of normalcy, according to a U.N. fact-finding mission. In a report late Monday, the United Nations said … Continue reading
A Saudi Moslem scholar appeared on state-run Libyan satellite television on Monday to call for a fatwa (religious ruling) by key scholars in Saudi Arabia and other Islamic countries urging the rebels in Libya to put their arms down and … Continue reading
William Hague, the Foreign Secretary, admitted for the first time that Britain could agree to cut short the war before military action had driven Col Gaddafi into exile. The government was forced to embrace a new stance after both France … Continue reading
ZLITAN, Libya (AP) — A hospital worker in western Libya said that NATO forces struck a local hospital on Monday and killed seven people, including three doctors. Read more – http://news.yahoo.com/residents-western-libya-nato-hit-hospital-141339021.html ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….. NATO bombing of food warehouse in Zlitan
1. Article 3 of the Statute of The Hague International Penal Court states clearly that one criterion for indictment for war crimes is: “Attack or bombardment, by whatever means, against undefended cities, towns, villages, buildings or houses”. NATO’s continuous use … Continue reading
‘Air strikes are becoming the main Western means of controlling the Middle East and South Asia without putting soldiers on the ground where they might suffer politically damaging casualties. Britain, France and the US have used only airpower to wage … Continue reading
Must Read Could it be that the press coverage of NATO’s Libyan onslaught is actually worse than the reporting on NATO’s attacks on the former Yugoslavia in the late 1990s, or on Iraq in the run-up to the 2003 invasion … Continue reading
The lies used to justify the NATO war against Libya have surpassed those created to justify the invasion of Iraq. http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/article28666.htm
Deaf to NATO
Among the planned benefit to NATO from bombing the civilian infrastructure, according to the LGCA report, is that NATO countries plan to secure lucrative contracts currently estimated at more than two billion Libyan Dinars, to rebuild Libya’s infrastructure. In addition, … Continue reading
Hu: ‘China has called for an immediate ceasefire among related parties and urged them to negotiate on peacefully solving the Libya crisis, solve the dispute in a political and peaceful way and restore a normal order through dialogue and negotiations. … Continue reading