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Italy Says 1,000 People Were Killed in Protests in Libya

Muammar Gaddafi's increasingly desperate attempts to crush a revolt against his four-decade rule have killed as many as 1,000 people and split Libya, Italy's Foreign Minister said on Wednesday.

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Very tragic news, I hope some good comes of it soon.

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To have military and police enter the hospital and kill those who survived their previous gunshots is in no way an action that is within the international rule of law.

BBC News - Libya protests: Gaddafi battles to control west

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Very tragic news, I hope some good comes of it soon.

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It is much mor tragic, tonight italian news are talking about 10'000 persons were killed. Gaddafi ordered to bomb the oil drills but apparently the airforce refuced the order.

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Italy and Libya Investment Ties

Will be interesting to see what stance Italy takes towards the crisis given the obvious ECONOMIC TIES

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It is much mor tragic, tonight italian news are talking about 10'000 persons were killed. Gaddafi ordered to bomb the oil drills but apparently the airforce refuced the order.

Hopefully he will be gone soon, or is not long for this world himself...

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a very sad news, i always hear and see this on televisions, radio and newspaper. But i can't believe that it raise as many as people stated on this forum. I hope war will end so that it will also stop increasing the number of people killed. lets pray for that.

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I'm against Kadhafi and he's an enemy of the West.

First of all, it's absolutely clear that the Libyan people love him. He has big supporters. In fact without question the majority wants Kadhafi to stay. There are no protests of 10.000's or 100.000's of people. There are no lybian people going away from lybia. The people who got transported out are ALL foreigners. Like ALL.

The thousands of people who left lybia that are on the Tunisian border are mostly Indian, Chinese, African up to 71 Nationalities.

Why ?

Let me tell you something that we don't say in the press.

Kadhafi takes lots of money from his oil.

But he PAYS every by born Lybian blood citizen a monthly income.

Yes that's right, people in Lybia who are from Lybia doesn't have to work. They have a luxurious life, buy fancy cars and don't work ALL DAY.

They have people from all over the world doing all the jobs in Lybia.

He's extremely popular in his country, and we the west see an opportunity to drive him out, because he pissed us off many times. What we read in the press is hopefully good for us in the long run, but is not the truth.

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I'm against Kadhafi and he's an enemy of the West.

First of all, it's absolutely clear that the Libyan people love him. He has big supporters. In fact without question the majority wants Kadhafi to stay. There are no protests of 10.000's or 100.000's of people. There are no lybian people going away from lybia. The people who got transported out are ALL foreigners. Like ALL.

The thousands of people who left lybia that are on the Tunisian border are mostly Indian, Chinese, African up to 71 Nationalities.

Why ?

Let me tell you something that we don't say in the press.

Kadhafi takes lots of money from his oil.

But he PAYS every by born Lybian blood citizen a monthly income.

Yes that's right, people in Lybia who are from Lybia doesn't have to work. They have a luxurious life, buy fancy cars and don't work ALL DAY.

They have people from all over the world doing all the jobs in Lybia.

He's extremely popular in his country, and we the west see an opportunity to drive him out, because he pissed us off many times. What we read in the press is hopefully good for us in the long run, but is not the truth.

This might be true for Tripoli the capital of lybia which accounts 1.7 Mios inhabitants (out of total 6.4 Mios) but not for the rest of the population who was totally abbandoned for the last 40 years. The Italian history, and its colonial propaganda, was not good with Lybians, still everyday tens of boats with thousands of refugees are landing on the italian costs for a better living.

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I'm against Kadhafi and he's an enemy of the West.

First of all, it's absolutely clear that the Libyan people love him. He has big supporters. In fact without question the majority wants Kadhafi to stay. There are no protests of 10.000's or 100.000's of people. There are no lybian people going away from lybia. The people who got transported out are ALL foreigners. Like ALL.

The thousands of people who left lybia that are on the Tunisian border are mostly Indian, Chinese, African up to 71 Nationalities.

Why ?

Let me tell you something that we don't say in the press.

Kadhafi takes lots of money from his oil.

But he PAYS every by born Lybian blood citizen a monthly income.

Yes that's right, people in Lybia who are from Lybia doesn't have to work. They have a luxurious life, buy fancy cars and don't work ALL DAY.

They have people from all over the world doing all the jobs in Lybia.

He's extremely popular in his country, and we the west see an opportunity to drive him out, because he pissed us off many times. What we read in the press is hopefully good for us in the long run, but is not the truth.

I wish the big guys (politicians, big press/tv, etc) see the lights in your comments/views. You're 1,000,000% right.

Hey, why can't the big guys declare NO FLY ZONE on N/Korea in recent times, or on China, why, why, why, .... The world is filled with deceits, lies, greed, selfishness, arrogance, excessive pride, etc. Well, well, ... these are the attributes of the flesh.

Lolu

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