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#1 So which "civilians" is NATO gonna "protect" now?
Posted by Zebulon Thranter9685 2011-04-23 00:45||
#2 I'd say this means Daffy is running out of army resources.
Posted by phil_b 2011-04-23 01:56||
#3 A rebel spokesman in Misrata, Abdelsalam, said pro-Gadhafi tribes were in a minority in the area: "There are two small pro-Gadhafi settlements outside Misrata. They make less than one percent of the population of Misrata and the surrounding area."
Posted by phil_b 2011-04-23 07:30||
#4 At last. We are now in a new phase. This was supposed to be how things should get resolved.
This is the Arab way. Ancient Tribe blood lines are the only solution in an area that clings to the old ways. Eternal blood feuds and tribal control are the only course in this troubled world. No talk of the western worlds freedom fighters. Now the Tribal leaders will direct the future course of events. Then oil and water will mix again in the most barren of lands.
Posted by Dale 2011-04-23 18:48||
#5 I'd say this means Daffy is running out of army resources.
Or it's a fall-back, regroup and wait for materiel and ordnance to cross the Algerian and Chadian borders.
Remember - the elite units haven't taken part. Yet.
Posted by Pappy 2011-04-23 21:04||