Earlier, they lost power with the army Muammar Gaddafi.
The attack coalition troops the UN Security Council to the city of Ajdabiya, Libya, making the city again fell into the hands of the rebels. Earlier, the rebels can not defeat the power of Muammar Gaddafi's army.
As quoted from page Associated Press, Saturday, March 26, 2011, Gaddafi's troops who were lost to the city against attacks from coalition forces air-dropped from Friday through Saturday.
This defeat was not wasted by rebel forces, they use it to take back the city. Rebel troops on Saturday captured the look of rocket launchers and dozens of anti-aircraft ammunition boxes.
The victory of rebel forces in the celebration throughout the city. They honked and fired bullets into the air. Several seen dancing in front of a tank burning government property.
"Without a fighter aircraft [the coalition], we will not succeed. Armament Gaddafi far different from ours. With the help of the plane precisely, we will soon invade Tripoli, Insha Allah," said one rebel, Ahmed Faraj, 38.
Since Friday, the British fighter jets and France dropped a few missiles at some point in the city of Ajdabiya. This city is the key to the city's defense forces in eastern Libya's Muammar Gaddafi. Previously the city had indeed mastered the rebels, but rebel forces defeated by the forces Gaddafi with sophisticated weaponry.
The attack coalition forces to target the city is mentioned means of communication and supply line logistics for the army Gaddafi. Logistics will later be distributed to other cities held by the army, including the Misrata and Brega.
The leader of the coalition mission in the Libyan army, Gen. Carter Ham, said that if wanted to, they could just destroy all the government troops who still survive in Ajdabiya. "But if we do that, the city will be destroyed. We're actually going to kill our citizens are supposed to protect," he said.
Source :: Vivanews