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Tyranniets krampetrekninger

Gaddafi har sittet ved makten i Libya siden 1969 og er nå den lengstsittende statsleder i verden. Det rapporteres nå at han har kommandert jagerfly til å bombe eget folk, og at rundt 400 mennesker har blitt drept bare i løpet av det siste døgnet.

Midt i grusomhetene er det også helter. Dette inkluderer obserster som har blitt kommandert til å bombe sitt eget folk, men i steden har desertert og gått i eksil til Malta.

Noe som gjør forholdene spesielt vanskelige for demonstrantene er at både internett og telefonforbindelser har blitt kuttet, slik at det er vanskelig å kommunisere. Avaaz har i denne sammenheng en innsamlingskampanje for å få satt opp “blackout” sikre kommunikasjonskanaler. Ønsker du å støtte dette, kan du klikke deg inn på denne linken.








  1. February 23, 2011 at 09:29

    Send din støtteerklæring til folket i Libya gjennom en beskjed til FN:

    Send your support to the people of Libya through a message to the UN:


    Dear United Nations Security Council delegates:
    The violence in Libya must end. I urge you to pass a resolution on Libya that will: a) impose a no-fly zone to stop the bombings of civilians b) freeze assets belonging to Qaddafi, his family, and his high commandc) impose targeted sanctions against the regimed) initiate international prosecutions of military officials involved in the crackdown.

    Lars Thore Fadnes, Norway

    Send your message to:


  2. March 8, 2011 at 23:19

    Send klar beskjed til sikkerhetsrådet om at de må ilegge flyrestriksjon over Libya slik at ikke Gaddafi kan bombe egen befolkning


  3. March 31, 2011 at 14:08

    New AVAAZ petition:

    Dear friends,

    Last Saturday, Iman al-Obeidiburst into a Tripoli hotel, telling reporters she had been gang-raped by 15 of Qaddafi’s men. She was dragged awayby regime thugs, and no one has seen her since. Let’s raise a massive outcry for Turkey, which has helped free other Libyan hostages, to help save Iman. Sign now and forward this email:

    Sign the petition

    Last Saturday, a young woman lawyer named Iman al-Obeidi burst into a Tripoli hotel and pleaded with foreign journalists for help, showing bruises and crying that she had just been gang-raped by 15 of Qaddafi’s men. She screamed as she was dragged away by Libyan agents and has not been seen since.

    Words cannot express the courage Iman showed in speaking out — and we can only imagine the terror she must be facing right now in the hands of Qaddafi’s infamous thugs. Her life is in danger, but we can help, if we act fast.

    Qaddafi will ignore most international outrage, but he listened to the Turkish government when they asked him to release foreign journalists. Let’s urgently raise a massive global call to Turkish Prime Minister Erdogan to help save Iman — sign the petition and forward this email to everyone – it will be hand-delivered to the Turkish consulate in Benghazi, and through ads in Turkey, as soon as we reach 500,000 signatures:


    Iman said she was stopped at a Tripoli checkpoint and detained for two days, enduring rape and beatings by 15 state security men before managing to escape. She said other women were still being held by the regime thugs.

    The men who raped Iman probably thought she would never dare to openly challenge Qaddafi’s terror-apparatus, or endure the shame of publicly admitting rape in a conservative society where all too often the woman is blamed for such crimes. But she has dared to break the silence that surrounds so many victims of Qaddafi’s brutality and of sexual violence everywhere.

    The regime has called her a prostitute and promised to charge her with defaming government forces. But Libyans have demonstrated on the streets in force to stand with Iman and support her, and Turkish influence with Qaddafi could still be enough to free her. Let’s stand with Iman al-Obeidi, who dared to stand up to her tormentors and cry out for truth and justice – sign below to call on Turkey’s Prime Minister to act, and forward this email widely:


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