Saturday, March 19, 2011

Libya said to cease its offensive against the rebels while Gaddafi threatens to "hell"

Tripoli (Writing and agencies) .- The Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi said he will unleash a "hell" on those who attack in a television interview with Lusa in which he warned that a conflict like that would destroy the security in the Mediterranean. "If the world acts like a fool, we'll do the same. We will respond.

We will also make your life hell. You will never have peace," said the Libyan leader. "The Mediterranean area would be damaged, destroyed, there would be no safe passage or sea or air there," said the colonel asked about the possibility of an international operation against his regime, particularly with the participation of France.

In the interview, released today by the Radio Television Portuguesa (RTP), Gaddafi said he was convinced that the people of Benghazi, where there are rebels against his regime, he is faithful and wants to be freed from the "agents of Bin Laden" . "The people of Benghazi is with us, is with me, ask us to go to release them," said the colonel, convinced that Libya was behind "the great majority." Previously, the Libyan regime mmediante tried to stop the announcement of a ceasefire on international attack after UN military resolution that makes the attack to end the bloodshed in Libya.

Despite the announcement, troops loyal to the Libyan leader again attacked insurgent positions in the town of Misrata. Meanwhile, Britain and France have already started preparing its military machine bases in the Mediterranean and alerting their fighter aircraft, Gaddafi has announced a ceasefire in its offensive against the rebels to avoid international military attack.

Indeed France has urged the international community to be "cautious" at the announcement of immediate ceasefire declared by the Libyan regime in accordance with the resolution adopted by the UN last night. VerbalLibia ceasefire declared a ceasefire in the country to protect civilians and to comply with UN resolution passed last night, said on Friday Foreign Minister, Musa Kusa.

"We decided to declare an immediate cease-fire and immediately stop all military operations," the minister told reporters. The country "is keen to protect civilians," he said, adding that also protect all foreigners and foreign assets in Libya, "DPA reported. Kussa announced an immediate halt to all operations against the insurgents and said their Government is doing everything to protect civilians and to deliver needed humanitarian aid.

He also said that Libya is willing to dialogue, but gave no further details. The Libyan minister also criticized the UN decision. "We also express great sadness to the imposition of the no-fly zone on Libya, including civil aviation," Kusa said in an appearance before reporters in the Libyan capital, Tripoli.

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