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Momar Kadafi Has Been Killed By Libyan Forces,Momar Kadafi Dead Pictures and Videos

October 20, 2011

Momar Kadafi Has Been Killed By Libyan Forces,Momar Kadafi Dead Pictures and Videos



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Conflicting reports surfaced Thursday that deposed Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi is dead or has been captured. Deafening celebrations erupted in Tripoli, but none of the reports could be independently verified.
Gadhafi’s death was reported by National Transitional Council television station Al-Ahrar. It did not cite a source.
Gadhafi’s capture was also reported by Libyan television, citing the Misrata Military Council.
A National Transitional Council military spokesman told CNN that reports of Gadhafi’s capture are only rumors.
A “big fish” has been captured in Libya, but Libyan Information Minister Mahmoud Shammam couldn’t say with certainty whether it was Gadhafi.
Abdurahman Bousin, the NTC spokesman, added that it’s doubtful that Gadhafi was even in or around his hometown of Sirte.
In another major development, revolutionary fighters said they wrested control of the coastal city Thursday.
Without photographic proof of Gadhafi’s capture, it was unclear whether Thursday would turn out to be the biggest day in recent Libyan history. Statements made by representatives of Libya’s new leadership in the past have not always turned out to be true.
Still, Libyans erupted in joy. Horns blared and celebratory gunfire burst into the air in Tripoli.
Gadhafi ruled Libya with an iron fist for 42 years. The mercurial leader came to power in a bloodless coup against King Idris in 1969, when he was just an army captain.
By the end of his rule, he claimed to be “King of Kings,” a title he had a gathering of tribal leaders grant him in 2008.
But a February uprising evolved into civil war that resulted in ousting the strongman from power.
Many were waiting for photographs as proof of Gadhafi’s capture.
Earlier, anti-Gadhafi fighters said they had taken control of the last holdout of loyalists in Sirte. They said they were still battling pockets of resistance, but they were in control of District 2.
Sirte has been the big prize for Libya’s NTC, waiting for the city to fall to officially declare liberation.
Most residents abandoned Sirte in the many weeks of bloody battles that raged there. Revolutionary forces have fought Gadhafi’s men street by street, cornering the last vestiges of the old regime to that last district.
Gadhafi, wanted by the International Criminal Court in The Hague, Netherlands, for alleged crimes against humanity has not been seen in public in months. Many believed he was hiding out in Sirte after rebel forces marched into Tripoli in August.

14 Comments leave one →
  1. Edward Goldis permalink
    October 20, 2011 10:12 pm

    The Libyans have paid a heavy price to bring about this day of celebration for Gaddafi’s death since their uprising began in February. Thousands of Libyans are dead and wounded, or homeless. Most of Libya’s cities abutting the Mediterranean between Tripoli and Benghazi have been wrecked. The country is awash in militias, self-anointed revolutionaries, and a population thirsting for justice and a better life in a free society. All tall orders for Libya’s triumphant governing Transitional National Council (TNC). Libya’s celebration will be fleeting unless the TNC can transform this popular anti-Gaddafi force into a “pro-Libya” force which marshals the goodwill of all Libyans, for all Libyans.

  2. staci tutt permalink
    October 21, 2011 1:34 am

    hell yes! this ass has been causing problems since i was 12 well at least as far back as i can remember and i am 37

  3. Lance2 permalink
    October 21, 2011 6:48 am

    I am relieved for the people who will never have to live under Gaddafi’s evil reign in the future. Also that one more evil terrorist leader is no longer in power. But, at the same time when I read one of the Captions above the morbidly horriffic picture of his mutilated face that declared “Gaddafi begs for his life” as he was being killed, it actually hurt. Don’t get me wrong. I know during acts of war, people must die, as I’m certain he just as inhumanely put innocent helpless people to death. I just pray that as human beings, we never lose our ability to feel compassion over phrases like “As he was being killed, he was begging for his life”. Personally, I wish they didn’t need to show graphic pictures such as that, especiall knowing even he was begging at that moment for mercy. I pray if any of us have a loved one serving in a foreign country by people filled with rage, hatred & revenge, that they will see at least one person with a look of human compassion in their eyes or on their face. It’s not a lot, but I honestly hope we can always allow our hearts to hold on to at least a little human compassion. God Bless.

  4. MichaelEdits permalink
    October 21, 2011 9:01 am

    Now we’ll never know how we were supposed to spell his name or where he bought those outstanding sunglasses.

  5. yankee phil permalink
    October 21, 2011 9:26 am

    They sounded like reservoir dogs when they literally tore him to pieces after he was captured. The future fate of all those who participated in the torture and mutilations of the CIA and MI6 renditions.

  6. yankee phil permalink
    October 21, 2011 9:31 am

    They sounded like reservoir dogs when they literally tore him to pieces after he was captured. The future fate of all those like him who participated in the torture and mutilations of the CIA and MI6 renditions.

  7. David Campbell permalink
    October 21, 2011 2:47 pm

    Ghadafi may have been the most influential person in Libya yet in a bad way. And now that his name has been put to an end, many are taking a deep breathe in embracing FREEDOM that people crave in decades. Thanks to the success force behind this marvelous mission successful. I hope he realized what he had done from the moment his life was taken away from him.

  8. Uncle Andy permalink
    October 21, 2011 2:54 pm

    I could hear Lee Greenwood ringing in my ear when our “allies” shot Daffy down in the street like a dog as he begged for his life, and then dragged his carcass around. That makes me real proud to be an American. Its almost as awesome as the fact we’re bankrolling these Islamists and their ethnic cleansing antics.

  9. star permalink
    October 22, 2011 2:49 am

    An eye for an eye and the world goes blind…

  10. Nick permalink
    October 22, 2011 11:26 am

    Well done to all these dumpasses that killed him(He would be more usefull in the Hague Courts)! Now the lybian people will suffer from economical and political crysis for many years. . .

    They killed Cadafy and what happened??? They only thing that changed is that they have lost More than 100.000 human lifes . . . except that nothing else have changed! In the place of cadafy will be the American and British oil companies that will sculpture the Land’s surface, the economical and political zone in lybia for many years from now (until the oil drys out). . .Why?? Because the Rebel’s Officers Were talking (according to Wikileaks) with british and american Oil Companies! Now it is been clear why American Goverment spend more than 6 billion dollars since2006 in lybia’s soil – For rebels and their weapons!

    That’s why uneducetional people will stay fools for ever, “Cause they can’t see the lies behind the truth!”.

    Anyway, lybia is not my country so it’s not my problem. I wish you having a good fucking days under the American-British-France links!

  11. أيهم سليمان permalink
    October 27, 2011 6:05 am

    ya ya ya….But ….. Kadafi has been killed by NATO….

  12. LIBYAN MUSIC permalink
    March 9, 2012 1:10 am

    As a Group working in the African music industry “Videos: Stuxnet, Libyan War, WW III | Video Rebel's Blog” is of great interest to us
    well written thank you :-)

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