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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old Jan 22nd, 2012, 07:46 PM Thread Starter
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Lybia post Gadhafi

Hundreds of Libyans Storm NTC Headquarters
NTC Chief Mustafa Abdul-Jalil was attacked with projectiles and had his car torched before the government building was looted


by John Glaser, January 21, 2012
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Hundreds of angry Libyans violently stormed the transitional government’s headquarters in the eastern city of Benghazi on Saturday, looting office supplies as the country’s interim leader was trapped in the building.

Protesters broke through the gates at the National Transitional Council’s headquarters by throwing hand grenades and storming the grounds of the building, banging on doors and demanding to speak to government officials.

The NTC chief Mustafa Abdul-Jalil tried to calm the mob by addressing the crowd from a second-floor window, but protesters threw botttles at him and then torched his armored Land Cruiser and broke into the headquarters, smashing windows and carting off furniture and electronics.

Protests in Benghazi have been on the rise in recent weeks as people have expressed disdain for a new set of laws drafted without consulting the public. ”The election laws have not been approved by thousands of Libyans and do not honor those who died for our freedom,” said Tamer al-Jahani, a lawyer taking part in the protest. “We don’t want to replace one tyrant with another.”

The protests are another example of the failure of the interim government to get control over the country. Disparate groups of militias that remain organized in independent and defiant brigades throughout the country have been attacking each other and demanding top roles in government.

One protester on Saturday told the Associated Press that the NTC has ignored the fighters who helped ousted Gadhafi and added ”It seems to us that these people are no different than Gadhafi and they only speak the language of force.”

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Re: Lybia post Gadhafi

Gaddafi loyalists take back Bani Walid


http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2012...?newsfeed=true
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Re: Lybia post Gadhafi

Torture and lawlessness as Libya "victory high" ends

http://old.news.yahoo.com/s/nm/20120...ya_lawlessness
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Re: Lybia post Gadhafi

http://www.aljazeera.com/news/africa...841695817.html

Eastern Libyan leaders seek semi-autonomy

Formation of regional council by tribal leaders raises fears of country's disintegration after Gaddafi's fall.
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