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The son of the late Libyan dictator is heard telling a subordinate that an airbase held by rebels in the east of the country should be attacked, according to the tapes published by al-Jazeera.
"We will send people to kill them. And if you have people, even just 10, let them go to Tobruk and kill them," said Saif, the 39-year old London School of Economics graduate, in a phone call with Tayeb al-Safi, a high-ranking aide.
Luis Moreno Ocampo, the ICC prosecutor, told the channel that the tapes were evidence of Saif al-Islam's complicity in regime attacks on protesting civilians.
Nato's bombing campaign to protect civilians under threat from the regime fightback was launched on March 19.
Over 12,000 calls were intercepted on phones used by the Prime Minister Al Baghdadi al Mahmoudi and Gaddafi loyalist Tayeb El Safi, with conversations involving both Muammar and his son Saif Gaddafi.
Luis Moreno Ocampo, chief prosecutor of the International Criminal Court, called the tapes "fascinating" and has told Al Jazeera that they should be given to the prosecutors in Libya.