Photos Behind Of Gaddafi’s Libya: How The People Love Him
THE Associated Press has been on the government tour of Libya. We’ve got the photos. You will see images of children play on a see-saw on a beach in Tripoli in Colonel Gaddafi’s land flowing in oil and money.
White House spokesman Jay Carney says the U.S. continues to believe that Gaddafi has lost legitimacy and needs to give up power. But look how the people love him. The ones not trying to kill him, really, really love Mad Dog…
In this photo taken on a government-organized tour, women stand near the entrance to a house during a rally in the town of Aziziya, roughly 55 kilometers (34 miles) southwest of Tripoli, Libya, Tuesday, July 19, 2011. Government forces in trucks disguised with rebel flags shelled opposition positions Tuesday near the strategic eastern oil town of Brega, killing a number of rebel fighters and wounding dozens more, officials said. In an audio message broadcast on state TV, embattled ruler Moammar Gadhafi emphasized the importance of Libya’s vast oil wealth to his regime, and called the civil war a battle “for our way of life.”
Libyan children play on a see-saw on a beach in Tripoli.