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
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- Baghdadi Al-Mahmoudi
- Bani Walid
- Dan Glazebrook
- Ethnic Cleansing
- Franklin Lamb
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Russia has stepped up demands for Nato to account for civilian deaths from the air strike campaign which led to the downfall of Libyan strongman Muammer Gaddafi. Wednesday 21 December 2011 The campaign by Britain, France, the United States and … Continue reading
A pall of smoke covers the city of Tripoli, as it rises from the military warehouse By Nick Meo, Tripoli 4:49PM BST 24 Sep 2011 Anti Gaddafi security men at the scene insisted it was an accidental blaze, although bystanders … Continue reading
The Younes killing actually makes the fall of Gaddafi even less likely. Not only has the TNC lost its most able military leader; its forces are also shown to be dangerously divided. The rebels were already making little enough headway … 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
Libya’s rebels are enjoying only limited military success, while Nato allies are increasingly divided and fearful that the campaign could end in humiliation. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/africaandindianocean/libya/8642424/Libya-Confusion-in-the-mountains-mixed-messages-from-the-west.html
‘Nato will stop their bombardment of Libya as soon as Gaddafi loyalists and rebels sit round a table and begin direct negotiations, according to the French defence minister.’ http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/africaandindianocean/libya/8629326/Libya-Nato-will-stop-as-soon-as-Gaddafi-loyalists-and-rebels-begin-direct-negotiations.html
‘Yet, more than three months into the Nato offensive, Gaddafi remains as resolutely in power in Tripoli today as he was when the first bombs were dropped in March. In recent days, we have seen the extent of the support … Continue reading
Joshua Rozenberg, a British legal expert discusses in a series of four articles, dating back to 2008, why the head prosecuter of the ICC should resign due to serious misconduct and incompetance. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/newstopics/lawreports/joshuarozenberg/2236288/Why-the-worlds-most-powerful-prosecutor-should-resign-Part-1.html