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Photos and film from Libya

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posted on Mar, 8 2011 @ 11:11 PM
Pictures can be misleading, but I haven't seen such a collection in one easy to reach place. You'll find lots of smoke and dust here, and the film (located at the bottom of the column) has a very, very brief display of a body. The spirit of the rebels is on display.

There is also a discusssion of the SAS mission gone bad, and an offer from the rebels to give Gaddahfi 72 hours to leave without charges being brought. He doesn't seem to be interested. All in all, this report looks promising for the rebels.

My theory? After failing to win military victories, more and more of his staff leave him. Very similar to Mubarak's defeat, except here Gaddahfi may not run but will be executed. After all, Mubarak is sane compared to him. Libya will not go strongly anti-American.

(There a few strangely humorous photos as well. I thought it was all worth while.)

Libyan war pictures

I just ran across more photos and film if you're interested. The column discusses the subject more broadly and shows a map with government and rebel strongholds

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edit on 8-3-2011 by charles1952 because: Add another link.

posted on Mar, 8 2011 @ 11:20 PM

Thanks for posting op, really great set of pictures. Pretty surreal to see an anti-aircraft machine gun in the back of a ute.

Your right about some of them having a strange humor about them... The guy aiming his rifle while sitting in a computer desk chair made me chuckle, even though this is a dire situation.

It's certainly a war-zone that's for sure

posted on Mar, 9 2011 @ 02:57 AM
What is with the glitch in the first two photo's ? The man to the right .

posted on Mar, 9 2011 @ 08:08 PM
reply to post by 13th Zodiac

When I was looking at the link prior to posting, I was really taken with the quality of the photos. I'm not sure but I think I would have spotted that. Well, getting into the ATS spirit, my second thought is that he is a western agent or SAS type that didn't want to be recognized as as supporting the rebels.
edit on 9-3-2011 by charles1952 because: correct underlining

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