Gaddafi's son: NATO operation in Libya is doomed

Gaddafi's son: NATO operation in Libya is doomed



NATO military operation in Libya is doomed to failure. So says the son of Muammar Gaddafi Saif al-Islam. In an interview with French media, he said that the national transitional council in Benghazi is now simply pulling time, and its leaders understand that the chances of winning are zero, even if the Western allies make maximum efforts.

“We don’t win the Western coalition in this war. We’re ready for democracy, elections, new constitution. We also offered to stop the fire, the rebels refuse everything and don’t go on negotiations. But their chances in this confrontation are zero,” said Gaddafi’s son Saif al-islam.

PNS head Mustafa Abdel Jalil said on Sunday that Gaddafi, in the event of his departure from power, could remain in the Jamahiriya under the supervision of international observers.

According to him, this proposal was transmitted to the head of the Libyan regime through UN mediators, but no reply was received.
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  1. Stavr
    Stavr 4 July 2011 11: 33 New
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    If Gaddafi goes to war in Europe through terrorist acts (as he had already promised), then European politicians are just waiting for a ground for a ground operation. I hope Gaddafi understands this.
  2. Historian
    Historian 4 July 2011 19: 17 New
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    I doubt that after Afghanistan and Iraq, the Yankees will turn into yet another adventure. At one time, Korea and Vietnam greatly sobered them, but then again their eagles spread their plucked wings. Now they have done more cunningly - they want to grab Libyan oil with the hands of Europe. But it is unlikely that any of the European countries will now want to invest millions in a ground operation, so that they eventually go into the sand. I repeat - Afghanistan and Iraq have become a good lesson for these "nurseries of democracy." Although it is possible that Obama is clinical - removed - and also wants to step on the rake, about which Bush-chrysostom has already smashed his forehead.
  3. datur 4 July 2011 23: 48 New
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    HistorianAlthough it is possible that Obama is clinical - a patient and also wants to step on a rake, about which Bush Chrysostom has already smashed his forehead__and why not. because history teaches, that teaches nothing.
  4. Che
    Che 1 September 2011 08: 23 New
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    As you can see, nothing will stop gringo before profit. The mountains of corpses will go.
  5. Ostwind 17 November 2011 19: 26 New
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    I wish Al-Islam were right.