Tuesday, April 5, 2011

Western military operations in Libya as flashed on the f.b. on March 23,2011

Bishwa Nath Singh

The western military operations against Muammar Gaddafi, already hamstrung by differences within Nato, African opposition and uncertain backing from the Arab League, faced new challenges today with Republicans questioning the legality of US participation in what amounts to war.French President Nicolas Sarkozy and US counterpart Barack Obama have agreed on how NATO's will be used to support the coalition in Libya.


(Photo of  US President Barack Obama)

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Bishwa Nath Singh :
In the latest fighting on Tuesday, Gaddafi's tanks shelled the rebel-held western town of Misrata and casualties included four children killed when their car was hit, residents said, adding the death toll for Monday alone had reached forty..... Gaddafi forces also were trying to seize the western rebel-held town of Zintan in an attack using heavy weapons, and one resident said ten people were killed on Tuesday, the 22nd of March 2011.The residents have painted a grim picture of the situation in Misrata which has been under siege by Gaddafi loyalists for weeks, with doctors operating on people with bullet and shrapnel wounds in hospital corridors and tanks in the city centre. In the first apparent air force casualty of the campaign, a US F-15E crashed in Libya overnight and its two crew members were rescued, the US military said. The crash was likely caused by mechanical failure and not hostile fire, it was proclaimed. Explosions and anti-aircraft rounds rang out around Tripoli for a third time overnight, and Libyan state television said several sites in the capital had come under attack by what it called the crusader enemy.Let us wish and pray that on going war in and settled down amicably through the process of negotiations amongst themselves and very hopefully urged to other countries wth humble request not poke their nose in Libya enternal matters and leave unto Libyans to sort themout amicably!


March 23,2011

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