Gaddafi Lives and Defiant as Ever

On Tuesday Muammar Gaddafi President of Libya reappear after his compound was bombed on Sunday by British Forces jets. From The Independent:

Just as the world had started to wonder why the Libyan leader had not been seen in a week, Muammar Gaddafi appeared on the balcony of his encampment near Tripoli and made a defiant speech to his supporters, saying that Western intervention in his country was “unjust” and would be defeated in the end.

Appearing on Libyan state television and displaying the same fiery temperament that has become a signature trademark of his recent addresses, the Libyan leader denounced the coalition’s bombing attacks, saying that the country would “never surrender” and that they would be beaten whether in the “long or short term”.

The three-minute broadcast ā€“ brief by Colonel Gaddafi’s usual standards ā€“ beamed onto Libyan television screens and filtered out across the world as a fourth night of anti-aircraft fire lit up the night skies in Tripoli.

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