NATO Killed Libyan Abdel Younis

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    I know several dozen Libyan people and sometimes go to the Libyan mosque.

    They all hate Gaddafii and will be glad when he is either exiled or dead.

    So to call him a freedom fighter is both absurd and grotesque. :evil:
     
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    Lafreak is a fucking idiot Sunni, he knows nothing about what life is really like under the tyrant Gaddafi.
     
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    Sunni Man, while Muammar Gaddafi may be a national tyrant and the result of African tradition (please search article titled End of Chieftan Presidency for details), Muammar Gaddafi is in fact an international freedom fighter! Besides, the situation in Libya would never have risen to its present state had our Western imperialists not gone into Libya to oust Gaddafi, an African leader who would not kiss their nasty behinds.
     
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    I know life under Muammar Gaddafi is a thousand times better than under noted world imperialists who seek to enslave, to oppress and to prevent progress and prosperity in nations.
     
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    NATO murders non-conforming rebel leader. And this is how I believe it happened:

    Abdel Younis, rebel leader and former 40-years buddy of Gaddafi, is summoned for questioning by the NTC which is hailed by the US and NATO as recognized government of Libya. On the way to the meeting and amidst NTC guards, Abdel Fattah Younis is murdered and burned. Less than 48 hours later, NATO is in Libya destroying Libyan media to prevent opinionated Muammar Gaddafi from reminding Libyans that, he, Gaddafi, has all along been telling the truth that the so-called change movement is not for change and it is propped by Western colonial haters of Libyans and Africans.

    I think NATO had assumed Younis would immediately play their game and spill everything about Gaddafi. But when things did not go as NATO fancied, NATO decided to get rid of Younis who now also knows a lot about NATO's dirty games. In other words:

    NATO found out that while Abdel Younis may have some differences in views with his long time buddy Gaddafi, the fact remains that no true human can just severe a 40-year-old relation forever and a 40-year-old relationship often has a solid foundation and common denominator. I think Younis, like Gaddafi, started expressing views that contradicted NATO's and NATO decided Younis was not the puppet NATO seeks.
     
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    Ali Tarhouni, rebel spokesman and former professor at US University of Washington (who resigned teaching and headed to Libya after informing his US students death awaited him in Libya), alleges militia group claiming responsibility for Abdel Younis’ death had been “entrusted with delicate job of arresting Younis from his command post and returned Younis” to rebel stronghold of Benghazi to face questioning from NTC’s judicial committee. The NTC alleges Younins was arrested on “suspicion of mismanaging forces under his command” and that gunmen attacked Younis en route to summoned committee, though rebel witnesses say Younis was attacked by comrades in his company.


    1). Why did rebel NTC, hailed as Libya’s recognized government by US and Western allies, find it necessary to order arrest of rebel leader Younis?

    2). Didn’t the NTC trust Younis to obey orders to report to committee?

    3). Why was a militia group not properly known to NTC charged with duty of arresting and escorting rebel leader Younis?

    Life of rebel spokesman and US professor Ali Tarhouni - Local News | The double life of a popular UW lecturer | Seattle Times Newspaper
     
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    Bullshit, you never lived under Gaddafi so you don't have a clue what you are talking about clown.:cuckoo:
     

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