"What we would like is a rational and convincing account of what happened. We would also like to know why the attack was carried out on our soldiers while a Gaddafi force, which advanced towards Ajdabiya on three fronts, was not attacked in any way."
- Along with the grief there was deep anger, directed not this time at Muammar
- Gaddafi, but the West, for the massacre of their comrades.
er area, Yasin Ibadullah had just seen what remained of another
victim, his friend Saleh Mohammed Ali, and he was in no mood to hear about the problems pilots may have in finding targets in a
fluctuating frontline. "They have all the equipment, all the technology, we haven't got them," he shouted. "They must have
seen we were going forward, we were attacking, we were going forward. Why did they do this? Do they want Gaddafi to win?"
- A rebel commander, Mustafa Gadr, claimed that this has been adhered to by his fighters.
do cars at war pour ? do car s ever pour? rain pours not cars
care pours not cars
[the pilots] were thinking when they dropped those bombs.
pilots thinking as bullets hundreds thousanszzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz?
War is Chaos and the cry of men