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Chemical Weapons And War Crimes Siege of Bani Walid

by coldwarrior ( 4 Comments › )
Filed under Special Report at October 27th, 2012 - 8:42 am

The Libyan Govt, John McCain’s ‘Friends’, are using foreign fighters, white phosphorous, and possible chemical weapons. Nice friends ya got there.

The below link has some unverified photos, and also has some stories on the right sidebar like : ‘Death and destruction in Bani Walid’ as media silent.

We overthrew what had become a peaceful regime in Libya, a regime that was at least allied with us in the War on Terror and replaced it with Muslim Brotherhood so that the Caliphate could be expanded. Nice work, John McCain, Hillary, 0, Mrs Lindsey, et al.

 

 

Siege of Bani Walid: Foreign fighters, phosphorus bombs and nerve gas – RT sources

 

The besieged Libyan city of Bani Walid has been plunged into chaos. Several sources told RT the former Gaddafi regime stronghold is under attack by militias bolstered by foreign mercenaries, and they used banned weapons like white phosphorous.

­The sources denied reports of the last few days that Bani Walid was retaken by the Libyan government. Residents said that militia forces have continued their assault, while preventing the refugees who fled from reentering the city.

A man who claimed his relatives are trapped inside the besieged city spoke with RT, saying, “There is no food; there is nothing to support the life of people. And the militia does not allow anyone to come back to their homes.”

“They are demolishing homes with machinery and tanks. There is no communication or internet so people are not able to connect with each other,” the source said. He is currently in Egypt, and refuses to reveal his identity over fears of personal safety.

He believes the real reason for the inoperable communications is that many people have been killed inside Bani Walid by the forces besieging the city and now they are trying to prevent information about the killings to be leaked outside.

The militia attackers have claimed they are battling ‘pro-Gaddafi’ forces, but the source slammed that motive as a “lie and a dirty game.”

“They use foreign snipers, I think from Qatar or Turkey, with Qatar covering all the costs,” he said. He claimed that a ship with weapons and other equipment recently docked in the port city of Misrata, where the assault on Bani Walid is allegedly being directed.

“There is no government in Libya. Groups of militia control everything. They don’t care about Libya, they don’t care about the nation,” he said, adding allegations that the majority of militia fighters have dual citizenship or passports from other countries.

“We ask the envoy [Special Representative] of the Secretary-General of the United Nations [for Libya] Mr. Tarik Mitri – where is he now?” he said. “Where is the United Nations? Where is the EU? Where is the Human Rights Watch? We ask for an intervention now as soon as possible – please!”

In an October 23 UN session, the US blocked a statement on the violence in Bani Walid drafted by Russia, which condemned the ongoing conflict in the city and calling for a peaceful resolution.

RT Photo from Bani Walid. RT source. The photo could not be independently verified.
RT Photo from Bani Walid. RT source. The photo could not be independently verified.

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Witnesses claim militia used chemical weapons in Bani Walid

“I can confirm that pro-government militias used internationally prohibited weapons. They used phosphorus bombs and nerve gas. We have documented all this in videos, we recorded the missiles they used and the white phosphorus raining down from these missiles,” Bani Walid-based activist and lawyer Afaf Yusef told RT.

“Many people died without being wounded or shot, they died as a result of gases. The whole world needs to see who they are targeting. Are they really Gaddafi’s men? Are the children, women and old men killed – Gaddafi’s men?” Yusef said.

The forces attacking Bani Walid have been ordered to use “all means necessary” in their assault on the city, RT’s Paula Slier reported.

“To all parasites and leaches, a message to all of them across Libya, wherever they are: Whoever you are, however strong you are, and whoever your back is – the revolution should win,” a militant said in the TV report.

RT Photo from Bani Walid. RT source. The photo could not be independently verified.
RT Photo from Bani Walid. RT source. The photo could not be independently verified.

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Looming humanitarian catastrophe in Bani Walid

The humanitarian situation outside Bani Walid is reportedly nearly as dire as that within the besieged city. Those who managed to flee the violence now find themselves stranded on the desert roads outside the city.

 

Thousands of Bani Walid residents have reportedly tried to reenter the city, but were stopped at makeshift militia checkpoints composed of pickup trucks armed with mounted machine-guns.

“Look at the people over there, they got a gun and they’re shooting at people with it,” a Bani Walid resident said, pointing in the direction of a checkpoint. He claimed that those who fled the city had been forced to stay in the desert for more than a week.

“Where is the government?” he said.

Photo from Bani Walid. RT source. The photo could not be independently verified.
Photo from Bani Walid. RT source. The photo could not be independently verified.
Photo from Bani Walid. RT source. The photo could not be independently verified.
Photo from Bani Walid. RT source. The photo could not be independently verified.

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4 Responses to “Chemical Weapons And War Crimes Siege of Bani Walid”
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  1. Da_Beerfreak
    1 | October 27, 2012 6:54 pm

    “War is cruelty. There’s no use trying to reform it. The crueler it is, the sooner it will be over.”
    William Tecumseh Sherman


  2. 2 | October 27, 2012 10:08 pm

    Where is Human Rights Watch? They’re a total fraud sponsored by George Soros.


  3. 3 | October 27, 2012 10:08 pm

    Da_Beerfreak wrote:

    “War is cruelty. There’s no use trying to reform it. The crueler it is, the sooner it will be over.”
    William Tecumseh Sherman

    He was a monster, but in that regard, he spoke the truth.


  4. ThreeHundred
    4 | October 29, 2012 5:34 am

    @ 1389AD:

    Realist, practicalist, but monster? No. Hitler, Stalin, and Mao maybe.


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