GazaFriends: It was a night of horror

18 November 2012

 

Dr. Mona El-Farra, Director of Gaza Projects, is a physician by training and a human rights and women’s rights activist by practice in the occupied Gaza Strip. She was born in Khan Younis, Gaza and has dedicated herself to developing community based programs that aim to improve health quality and link health services with cultural and recreation services all over the Gaza Strip. Dr. El-Farra is also the Vice President of the Palestinian Red Crescent Society of the Gaza Strip and a member of the Union of Health Work Committees and is on Free Gaza‘s Advisory Council in Gaza. Below is her report from the horrors of Israel‘s attack last night. Please share her report widely, join a demonstration https://docs.google.com/document/d/1Iq4XZx9Vj0BDIiWzlHi2mUS0VUOn_t-prgtGGCzatQw/mobilebasic?pli=1 and donate to the organizations who are helping.

 

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NATO’s Puppet Regime in Libya Falls Apart By Peter Symonds

15 August 2011 — Global ResearchWorld Socialist Web Site – 2011-08-13

The sacking of the entire Benghazi-based Libyan opposition cabinet this week has exposed the anti-democratic, faction-riven character of the regime that the US and its European allies are seeking to impose on Libya. The self-proclaimed Transitional National Council (TNC)—facing a military stalemate in efforts to oust Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi due to its lack of popular support—is being consumed by violent internal conflicts.

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Libya Newslinks 4 August 2011

4 August 2011 — williambowles.info

A field commander says Libyan rebels regrouping for major new push toward Tripoli
Washington Post
(Sergey Ponomarev/Associated Press) – Libyan men eat food after breaking the fast on the first day of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan, with a portrait of Omar Mukhtar, the symbol of the anti-Gadhafi campaign at right, at the square in t rebel-held …
http://www.washingtonpost.com/world/middle-east/a-field-commander-says-libyan-rebels-regrouping-for-major-new-push-toward-tripoli/2011/08/04/gIQAVucQuI_story.html

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NATO facing military stalemate in Libya By Peter Symonds

4 August 2011 — WSWS

The unexplained killing last week of the Libyan rebel military commander, General Abdel Fatah Younis, has highlighted the divided and unstable character of the NATO-backed Transitional National Council (TNC) and the military stalemate in its efforts to oust the regime of Muammar Gaddafi. The assassination has provoked a series of comments by British and French ministers that effectively reverse months of US and NATO propaganda predicting the imminent fall of Gaddafi.

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Video: Benghazi Rebel Infighting Explained – Leonor

30 July 2011 — Leonor’s blog

After Younis, the Rebel Military Leader was assassinated, his Warfalla tribe rallied around him, and showed support for Gaddafi. They abandoned their frontline positions and went into Benghazi to seek revenge for the Rebel command’s seeming order for him to be assassinated. The rebel command is reported to have abandoned Benghazi, there is much fighting. NATO, Mercenaries, and Qatari troops are committing atrocities.

Pure Evil: NATO Attacked Libyan Water Supply Pipeline and the Factory that Makes Replacement Pipes By Scott Creighton

30 July 2011 — Willy Loman

Last week Pravda reported that NATO attacked the Great Manmade River pipeline in Libya which literally brings water across the desert to millions of Libyans and farms in western and southern Libya as well as to the capital Tripoli and Benghazi. The Manmade River project is not only a life-sustaining source of water for millions of Libyan people and a core part of Libya’s agriculture, it also stands as a source of national pride and identity. It is the largest irrigation system in the world and you can find a map of it on the Libyan dinar note. Gadhafi himself called it “the eighth wonder of the world”. They started the project in 1983 with an extraordinary session of the People’s Congresses and 25 billion dollars later, it was completed. Funding came from profits from the very oil industry that NATO countries hope to privatize.

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