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BENGHAZI, Libya -- Clashes between rival rebel factions killed four people yesterday in the Libyan opposition stronghold of Benghazi, deepening the worst crisis for a movement whose military commander was killed Thursday, possibly by his own men.
One rebel group overran another's base in retaliation for the other faction's alleged release of Moammar Khadafy supporters from prison, said Rebel Information Minister Mahmoud Shammam.
The main rebel force took control of al-Nidaa's base after five hours of fighting, two days following a suspected attack by al-Nidaa on two prisons in Benghazi. Some 200 to 300 inmates escaped.
Originally posted by confreak
reply to post by buni11687
It is like gangs being supported by external forces to control a nation, these gangs will eventually start attacking each other for control, because their ultimate agenda is control.
That being said, the situation reflects the reality on the ground. NATO support gangs, financed and armed them, and now they are turning against each other for the purpose of control.
This isn't about Democracy, because Libya has its own Democratic system, some claim to be much more efficient than the Western Representative Democracies.
Let the truth be known.