Gaddafi says ready to fight and will not give up.
Barrage attack from the military coalition of the Security Council (BOC), the United Nations to the ground Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi makes no trepidation, even more fierce. He vowed to defeat the coalition military and Western powers will be made end up in the trash.
In his speech in a television broadcast television, quoted from pages of The Guardian, Wednesday, March 23, 2011, Gaddafi said he would not surrender to coalition forces led by the United States. He even said he would counterattack.
"We will not give up. We will defeat them anyhow," said Gaddafi from an unknown location.
"We are ready to fight. Is it short or long-term battle, in the end we will win," she added.
Attack coalition forces consisting of U.S. military, Britain and France had lasted for four days. They conducted air strikes to various points are believed hiding place Gaddafi. As a result of this attack, more than 50 civilians were killed.
This attack is based on UNSC Resolution 1973 which approved on 17 March. With the enactment of this resolution, the Libyan military is not allowed to fly jet aircraft in the air that country. If stubborn, it will be attacked.
"This attack, carried out by a group of people of Western fascists who will end up in the dustbin of history," said Gaddafi.
His speech was greeted by an eruption of fireworks and firing guns into the air in Tripoli, where the mass of his supporters expressed readiness to become a shield for Gaddafi.
Meanwhile, the latest situation in Libya is still far from improving. Reportedly, the rebel army is now increasingly cornered and failed to take over their territory controlled by government troops, namely Ajdabiyah.
Opportunity of a more severe clashes greater when Gaddafi down the tanks in the town of Misrata, which once occupied the city of insurgents. At least two explosions heard since Wednesday morning in the region. Monday, tank fire in the city killed 40 rebel army, said one rebel. (Sj)
Source :: Vivanews