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To leave Gaddafi in power "unconscionable betrayal"
"It is unthinkable that someone who has tried to massacre his own people can play a part in their future government," the leaders wrote.
Too little is known about Libya's rebels and they remain too fragmented for the United States to get seriously involved in organizing or training them, let alone arming them, U.S. and European officials say.
There is no sign the CIA or any other U.S. agency is organizing arms supplies for the rebels. But U.S. officials say privately that Saudi Arabia and Qatar are willing to provide weapons and other support to Gaddafi's foes.