One way ticket to the Hague - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Bazmann
    • 18.03.11 | 16:26 (IST)

    The no fly zone is just the first step to topple Gaddafi. A ceasefire is not going to win him any sympathy around the world. We have seen how brutal and unstable he is. The UN resolution gave the world a carte blanch to attack him from the air and sea. as U.S. secretary of defense Gates said "A no fly zone starts with destroying his anti aircraft capability". The bombs will rain down on him soon, the rebels will be armed and they will take over the country. Those who are spreading fears about the rebels and their ideology need not worry. Arabs have two traits, they always remember those who stood by them and will be eternally grateful, and they are also vengeful and never forgive or forget those who mean them harm. Qaddafi, his sons and criminals will soon face the music, the orchestra is playing in the Hague.

    from the article: Libya declares cease-fire in wake of UN vote to intervene
    First published 15:04 18.03.11 | Last updated 15:04 18.03.11
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