Posts Tagged ‘Zawiya’

  • Free Libya on Ides of March
    Just when things looked so dark, I had begun to despair, Free Libya struck back today with their own jets. They sank two Gaddafi Libyan ships that had been bombarding from sea and bombed the tarmac at Gaddafi’s Gardabya Airport in his hometown of Sirte. It’s also reported that the defected Free Libyan air force has bombarded three Gaddafi military convoys. While...
    by at March 15th, 2011 at 11:03 am
  • Women journalists Alex Crawford and Jacky Rowland best reports from the front lines in Libya
    Two women journalists are press stars on the front lines of combat in Libya. Alex Crawford Sky News Alex Crawford spent a night in a mosque in Green Square in Zawiya Libya and reported from the thick of the battle that has been raging there as tens of tanks and armored trucks relentlessly attack both civilians and freedom fighters. Watch her account on YouTube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fkaAXDTLhsw Jacky...
    by at March 9th, 2011 at 08:03 am
  • Latest maps of Libya with Gaddafi vs National Libyan Council
    These latest maps of Libya from Al Marj and Benghazi to Zwara were created by Iyad El-Baghdadi who says in his profile that he is an “Islamic libertarian. ” Azzawiya is called Zawiya on international news. Recently captured Ras Lanouf is on second map. Libya NW Coast http://yfrog.com/h37155j Libya Sidra Bay Mar 05 10pm Libya time http://yfrog.com/h0ywz3j
    by at March 5th, 2011 at 11:03 am
  • Saif al-Islam tells the truth at last
    As his brother Khamis Gaddafi leads his Khamis Brigade in a massacre against the city of Zawiya, I am reminded of Saif al-Islam‘s comments to western journalists. “We have been holding back,” Saif has said several times in interviews with journalists. After the the last hours of  brutal attacks which include tank firing on residential areas in Zawiya,...
    by at March 5th, 2011 at 01:03 am
  • Wading through maze of Libyan tribes
    It seems almost impossible to wade through the maze of tribes that exist in Libya.  It’s almost impossible to imagine a country could seriously be fragmented along so many fault lines. How important a role these tribes actually play is difficult to see at the moment. Gaddafi has held the country in his iron fist for 40+ years. Has that been necessary to make it...
    by at February 22nd, 2011 at 01:02 pm