Bounty circulated for Gadhafi by rebels
by, 09-24-2011 at 03:20 AM (668 Views)
The Libyan rise up has all but moved into the final stages of a revolution against the regime of Moammar The Libyan dictator. Rebels have taken much of the city limits of Tripoli. It seems a cliché, but there is a reward out for Libyan dictator Moammar The Libyan dictator and he is wanted dead or alive.
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For months, rebels and pro-government forces have been contesting a bitter struggle in the North African nation of Libya. United Nations forces have been delivering assistance to the rebels. Recently, Libyan rebels entered Tripoli, the Libyan capital, and have been capturing essential strongholds of the Gadhafi government, capturing his former residence. The Telegraph claims that the rebel and UN forces now control 95% of Tripoli. The The Libyan dictator regime is seen as being on the ropes, though The Libyan dictator loyalists, according to Reuters, have sufficient strength in numbers to launch a counterinsurgency. A spokesman for the The Libyan dictator government recently said that up to 6,000 volunteers were willing to fight to re-assert control of the The Libyan dictator regime, according to The Guardian.
1 million pounds offered
Amnesty is being offered to members of Gadhafi’s friends or acquaintances who bring in Gadhafi, whether he is alive or not, Reuters reports, that this is being offered by the new rebel government says a former Gadhafi minister, Mustafa Abdel Jalil. A bounty is being offered by the rich city limits of Benghazi for the capture, dead or alive, of Gadhafi . Two businessmen, according to The Telegraph, have offered 2 million Libyan dinars, roughly 1 million British pounds or $1.6 million U.S. Gadhafi, though, recently released a statement over the national radio vowing to emerge victorious or die trying, according to The Guardian. The Los Angeles Times is stating that a The Libyan dictator government announcement said that the loyalists are ready to fight as long as it takes, even if it takes weeks, even months. Rebel forces have overtook Bab al-Aziziya, one of the compounds of gadhafi, after it had been hit by airstrikes by NATO. Gadhafi had slept in a tent in the compound. The tent was destroyed by fire and statues that had belonged to the dictator were crushed.
A dictatorship on the ropes
Uprisings have occurred across the Arab world from North Africa to Syria, in what is being termed the "Arab Spring," though the Libyan civil war is perhaps the hardest-fought conflict at the moment. Moammar Gadhafi has resolved to be victorious or martyred in the conflict, but there is very little to suggest at this point that he might be able to return to power. It is rumored, according to Al Jazeera, that he might flee to Zimbabwe as Robert Mugabe, president of Zimbabwe, has condemned the NATO bombing of Libya. According to The Telegraph, Mahmud Nacua, the charge d'affairs of the Libyan Embassy in London, believes Gadhafi is holed up at a farm belonging to supporters outside of Tripoli.