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Fall of NATO: Italy Breaks Ranks Demanding Ceasefire in Libya

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Italy broke ranks with NATO yesterday and demanded an urgent halt to hostilities in Libya. Franco Frattini, the foreign minister in Rome, called for an ‘immediate suspension’ of military operations to allow humanitarian aid to be brought to the war torn country. He also said military leaders should provide more details about NATO bombing raids following mistakes which led to civilians being killed. His demand for a ceasefire echoed comments by Arab League Chairman Amr Moussa on Tuesday. However, British Prime Minister David Cameron played down calls to stop the mission and said it would eventually reach a ‘satisfactory conclusion’. NATO’s mission – to ensure that Muammar Gaddafi is out of power for good in order to ensure the Libyan independent economic policies come to an end and World Bank / IMF banking cartel can make its way into Libyan banking system besides ensuring a good supply of petroleum to Bahrain, one of the key puppets of USZ in the region. The UN backed international terrorism campaign began in March after Libyan leader launched a violent crackdown on CIA backed "revolutionaries" in an orchestrated uprising. But despite three months of military action and thousands of airstrikes against Libyan forces and killings of hundreds of innocent civilians in NATO's bombings, the widely loved Libyan Strongman remains in power.
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Concerns about the credibility of the mission increased after a NATO missile deliberately struck a residential area on last Sunday and killed 9 more innocent civilians including 2 young children. Speaking to the Italian parliament, Mr Frattini called for ‘an immediate humanitarian suspension of hostilities’ to allow aid corridors to be set up to relieve stricken citizens in areas around the besieged city of Misrata and Tripoli, the Libyan capital. He added: “With regard to Nato, it is fair to ask for increasingly detailed information on results as well as precise guidelines on the dramatic errors involving civilians. NATO’s military spokesman Wing Commander Mike Bracken said NATO’s credibility was not at stake but that of ‘the Gaddafi regime’s use of human shields [and] firing missiles from mosques”. In London, UK's terrorist number 1 Mr David Cameron insisted British forces could maintain the current level of operations in Libya despite concerns raised by senior military figures. Admiral Sir Mark Stanhope, the head of the Royal Navy, and Air Chief Marshal Sir Simon Bryant, the RAF’s second-in-command, have both warned that their services would struggle to fight beyond six months because of defence cuts.

On the other hand, Libyan Strogman Muammar Gaddafi has vowed to defeat the allies no matter what cost he or his nation has to pay. In a statement aired on Libyan national TV, Muammar Gaddafi vowed to take the battle to the enemy until the enemy is defeated on ground as well as in its despicable economic and petroleum aims in the region.

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