Friday, February 25, 2011

'Gaddafi's Son Joins Libyan Protesters'

According to the reports, Saif al-Arab, Gaddafi's youngest son, who was sent by his father to cooperate with Libyan security forces in the massive crackdown on pro-democracy protesters joined forces with the demonstrators in the eastern city of Benghazi on Thursday.

Saif al-Arab, who is widely regarded as the most low-profile of Gaddafi's sons have also hinted that his father would commit suicide or flee to Latin America in the face of rising public outcry over his tyrannical rule.

Saif al-Arab is said to have had the backing of combat troops and had military equipment that was dispatched to the eastern parts of turmoil-hit Libya.'



  1. Wow, that is different.

    Just goes to show, that children don't always agree with everything their parents do!

    The power of free will.

  2. There are few mercenarie­s more ruthless than the Libyan elite Khamis Brigade. Most were freed from the prisons of Chad where they were serving long sentences for violent crimes. Gadhafi is ready to release these five thousand war dogs on anybody that challenges his right to remain in power.


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