Libyan Rebels using child soldiers - Website for this image
On 7 July 2012 , Andrew Malone of the Daily Mail reported on Libya.
He visits Heaven Hotel - "an execution ground where up to 1,000 of Gaddafi’s fighters were taken by the victorious rebel army, then slaughtered in cold-blooded vengeance."
"Many had been mutilated and made to drink diesel..."
"All my guides were involved, saying they had held the legs of the prisoners while their throats were cut with bayonets. Every one of them denied killing any captives themselves...
The anti-Gaddafi forces
"Sources say people were still being taken to Heaven Hotel earlier this year...
"Many of the victims were from Tawerga, a town ... where some 50,000 black Libyans once lived in happy co-existence with their neighbours in Misrata...
"Vast numbers never joined in the fighting - and are being attacked simply because (of) their skin colour....
US and Libyan military officers get together. (aangirfan: US TO INVADE LIBYA?)
"Today, Tawerga has been ethnically cleansed of its black Libyans, and largely destroyed...
"What remains of the shattered homes, shops and restaurants have been daubed with vile graffiti: ‘Black dogs! No blacks.’
"A group of ‘freedom fighters’ told me how they had ransacked the town, setting fire to buildings and attacking anyone they found.
"These men told how they repeatedly kicked a heavily-pregnant Tawergan woman in the stomach. One said: ‘The woman was shouting as we kicked her: “I could be your mother.”
"‘I told her my mother is not a black b***h,’ he added.
(Around 25,000 Tawergans are now in concentration camps. Some in these camps have been murdered.)
"In a series of attacks, fighters from Misrata have opened fire on camp residents, killing both men and women...
The three "who sold Libya to NATO". 1. General Souleiman Mahmoud al-Obeidi 2. General Abdel Fateh Younès 3. General Ahmed Kaddaf ad-Dam. http://www.algeria-isp.com/actualites/politique-libye/201112-A7421/libye-trahison-des-amis-kadhafi-decembre-2011.html
"Fighting is raging in the south, where a brigade of Gaddafi loyalists, the Eagles of Muammar, has repeatedly tried to seize control of the airport in Sabha, a strategically vital city.
"With a huge arsenal of artillery, mortars and missiles, followers of the dead dictator aim to push north towards the coast - and vow to avenge their leader...
"‘People still love Gaddafi, but they are scared,’ said one man (in Sirte). ‘Militias from other places come here every night and snatch men and boys from the streets. They say they come here to find guns, but they just want to kill people.’
"With the country descending into a spiral of lawlessness and revenge, and with no national army to impose order, people all over this vast country are stock-piling weapons."