(Libya 1) A Picture is Worth A Thousand Words

Here are a few photos.


In this photo taken on a government-organized tour villagers inspect one of the houses reportedly hit during a NATO airstrike a day earlier in the town of Majar, near Zlitan, Libya, Wednesday, Aug. 10, 2011. Photo AP

In this photo taken on a government-organized tour an armed guard watches as a local policeman searches through the rubble as government officials, not seen, speak to an entourage of ambassadors from several nations that were brought to a home that was destroyed during a NATO airstrike a day earlier in the town of Majar, near Zlitan, Libya, Wednesday, Aug. 10, 2011. According to the Libyan government, 85 civilians were killed during the airstrikes. Photo AP

In this photo taken on a government-organized tour Hajaib Ajil, 27, lies in a hospital bed at the central hospital inTripoli, Libya, Wednesday, Aug. 10, 2011. Ajil was allegedly injured with severe burns during NATO airstrikes a day earlier in the town of Majar, near Zlitan where the Libyan government claims 85 civilians were killed. Photo AP

In this photo taken on a government-organized tour men carry coffins during the burial of more than two dozen people after an alleged NATO bombing in the town of Majar, near in Zliten, Libya, Tuesday, Aug. 9, 2011. Several homes were hit and reportedly 28 people, some of them women and children, were later buried.Photo AP

In this photo taken on a government-organized tour people people carry coffins during the burial of 28 people after an alleged NATO bombing in the town of Majar, near in Zliten, Libya, Tuesday, Aug. 9, 2011. Several homes were hit and 28 people, some of them women and children, were later buried. Photo AP

In this photo taken on a government-organized tour people chant slogans in front of caskets prior to the burial of 28 people after an alleged NATO bombing in the town of Majar, near in Zliten, Libya, Tuesday, Aug. 9, 2011. Several homes were hit and 28 people, some of them children and women, were later buried. Photo AP

The dead bodies of 25 men lie in the quay of the harbor in the southern Italian island of Lampedusa August 1, 2011. The Italian coast guard found the bodies of 25 men who were apparently asphyxiated by motor fumes on a small boat crammed with African migrants that arrived on an Italian island from Libya on Monday, officials said. The boat arrived on the Sicilian island of Lampedusa after a three-day voyage carrying 296 people from sub-Saharan Africa, the latest in a wave of arrivals since a western alliance began a military campaign to oust Libyan ruler Muammar Gaddafi. Photo Reuters

Photos from another site. They have quite a number of Galleries on their site.

I will be adding more photos as I find them. If anyone has other sites please let me know. A picture is worth a thousand words.

Doctors tend to a wounded rebel fighter in a hospital in the rebel held city of Misrata August 2, 2011. Forces loyal to Libya’s Muammar Gaddafi killed seven rebels and wounded another 65 in a counter-attack in the town of Zlitan Tuesday, hospital sources in Misrata said. Photo Reuters

Plea from Libyan Spokes person to stop the killing, at the site where  85 have been killed in NATO BOMBING

Two videos of men digging through the rubble looking for victims. Not for the faint of heart. NATO’s air-strikes at Majer killed 85 people, including 33 children, 32 women and 20 men

Rense & Susan Lindauer – NATOs Libyan War Crimes

Libya war lies worse than Iraq

This war had been fabricated by the US and their allies.

The people in Libya were treated well in comparison to many other countries around the world.

Free Education

Free Healthcare

The women made great strides in Libya.

Libya is more progressive then many other countries.

They are not perfect but not as horrid as the western media or the US and allies have painted them.

Libya war lies worse than Iraq

The Libya American’s never saw on Television

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