Battle of Bab Al Azziziyah, Gaddafi Headquarters, Begins 22/08/2011 08:33:00
Early Monday morning Libyan rebels began their battle against Muammar Al Qathafi's forces in the highly fortified Bab Al-Azziziyah barracks in Tripoli.
There are unconfirmed reports that Gaddafi could very well be inside the barracks directing the remaining of his forces. But rebel spokesmen voiced doubt at the presence of Gaddafi in this headquarters making it seem insignificant militarily.
There are speculations that Gaddafi could be somewhere in unknown location in the capital or he might even be in the south of the country.
But Nab Al Snazzily remains a symbol of Al Qathafi's oppression of his people for 42 years.
The forces withdrawn yesterday from Tripoli streets under pressure from the rebels’ attack and took refuge there.
Eyewitnesses reported that a tank moved out of the barracks and fired aimlessly at nearby buildings in Sidi Khalifa area.
There are expectations that today’s battle will be rather heavy.
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Name: African militants
Date: 22/08/2011 10:49:49
Comment: The war has just begun. Africans will now turned terrorist to destroy western hegemony on the continent. We attack their investments, houses, beaches, clubs, restaurants all over africa.
Date: 22/08/2011 19:04:46
Comment: well african militants you cannot do what you have just said if you do it you are exactly like the ntc chairman mr mustafa abdel jalil and the nato and the american.dont be like them they are all murderer of women and children.no human will do this.be human ok dont be anything like the american or nato.life is very precious.those murderer will all suffer soon in the might of god especially mr mustaffa the ntc chairman. look at mr obama after killing so many children and women of libya today he is playing golf. you think he will live hapilly for ever? i dont think so. soon the heat of all his sin will be over him.please dont kill anyone.
UK to Assist Rebels by Unfreezing Libyan's Funds While urging long-time Libyan leader Muammar Al Qathafi to step down, world leaders have further boosted the rebels' moral by even promising material support, with British prime minister David Cameron among the first to say that Libyan assets frozen during Al Qathafi's reign would soon be released to aid the rebels establish order in the country.