Back shootout occurred in Libya

Written By Admin on Saturday, October 15, 2011 | 5:48 PM

Libya - Libyan situation heats up again. The shootout occurred between the troops back and supporting the revolution Muammar Gaddafi in the heart of the capital city of Libya. This battle was the first time since the Libyan dictator was ousted. Anti-Gaddafi forces gathered in the area of ​​Abu Salim, Tripoli. Menggnakan pickup trucks mounted with machine guns, they release a barrage of bullets at his opponent.

Troops opened fire after a group of armed men trying to raise a green flag - the national flag of Libya's Gaddafi in the leadership and is a symbol for loyal supporters.
Ahmad al-Warsly, one member of the revolutionary forces of the brigade Zintan said a number of supporters of Gaddafi apparently planning a demonstration. But the conditions so bad because they are also armed.

According to al-Warsly, demonstrators later fled and pursued by the forces of revolution. Chase Pursue fierce fighting in the street cause. "They seem very organized, planned a massive demonstration," he said. "The battle is inevitable," he said. Excerpted from The Independent, October 15, 2011, Gaddafi himself has published radio recordings from hiding to garner support for the Transitional National Council, the mover of the rebel movement in the North African country.

In Sirte, Gaddafi's hometown, all day yesterday Gaddafi supporters to storm the rebel forces. They claim the city would soon fall into the hands of insurgents. In the next eight months, the provisional government will be formed to prepare for elections.

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