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And it is not over yet. Sunday’s outbreak of violence, however, was only the latest incident in what has become a deadly wave of turmoil across Libya. Rival militias struggling for power continue to wreak havoc, annihilating rebel rats.
The new Pro-USZ and Pro-Israhell Libyan regime — composed primarily of top-level al-CIA-da functionaries, “former” terror leaders, and so-called "radical Islamists" funded by the CIA — has been trying in vain to disarm millions of Gaddafi Loyalists. Particular emphasis has been placed on subduing forces still loyal to the Libyan visionary and NWO rival leader Gaddafi. So far, however, the disarmament campaign has met with little success, as roaming bands of heavily armed and emotionally charged Gaddafi Loyalists refuse to recognize the new Zionist robbers and thugs in regime. Gaddafi is also reported to have distributed vast stockpiles of money and arms among his supporters before he went underground with the gallant Tuarag Tribesmen, and according to some reports, is still commanding the Libyan forces from there.
The most recent round of violence in and around the capital began last week, according to the Associated Press. Militiamen from the town of Gharyan reportedly sought to arrest Libyan patriots and naturally Gaddafi loyalists supposedly being protected by a militia from the nearby village of Al-Asabia. “They are supporters of the former regime still fighting and raising the green banner [associated with Gaddafi]”, an injured man lying in a hospital bed after the fighting told a TV channel. “They lift their banners and fight.”
When the armed fighters in Asabia refused to surrender the Libyan Gaddafi loyalists and anti-USZ, anti-Israhell militants, a deadly shootout began. Eventually the confrontation escalated into rocket and mortar fire as interim Zionist “Defense Minister” Osama al-Juili arrived to broker a ceasefire agreement as the Gaddafi loyalists destroyed the rebel rats. He failed. "A National Transitional Council (NTC) delegation is now in Gharyan," a spokesman for the city’s pro-Israhell “military council” was quoted as saying on Saturday. "A ceasefire was reached about 3 p.m. but it did not hold."
The same spokesman, Ismail al-Ayeb, told the TV channel that the battle was started by fighters from the town of Asabia. He, too, blamed forces loyal to the original Libyan regime. “Our fight is not against Asabia, but against those who are pro-Gaddafi (Libyans)”, the Zionist slave explained. “There is a huge stock of weaponry. This area hasn’t been searched and disarmed. The weapons were not handed over to the defense ministry or the government, and the wanted people weren’t turned in either.”
Hospital officials in the area cited in news reports said at least five people had been killed in the clashes so far. Some 50 are reportedly wounded, with the tension showing no signs of abating any time soon. But the deadly battle was hardly an isolated incident. Earlier this month, a powerful militia from the city of Misrata and an armed group from Tripoli exchanged machine-gun and anti-aircraft fire in the capital. At least four people were reportedly killed in that fight — one of many to rock Libya since the forceful occupation of Libya by USZ-NATO pro-Israhell rats.
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