Ikhwanweb :: The Muslim Brotherhood Official English Website

Tue109 2018

Last update19:14 PM GMT

Back to Homepage
Font Size : 12 point 14 point 16 point 18 point
:: Issues > Human Rights
Action: Mass killings in el-Baida
Action: Mass killings in el-Baida
Human Rights Solidarity is deeply concerned on the news of mass killings going on since late afternoon of Thursday 17th February 2011, in the town of el-Baida.
Friday, February 18,2011 13:35
IkhwanWeb

Human Rights Solidarity is deeply concerned on the news of mass killings going on since late afternoon of Thursday 17th February 2011, in the town of el-Baida.

According to sources on the ground that the number of demonstrators killed Thursday is between 15-20 and hundreds of injuries. The local hospitals have been overwhelmed and could no longer cope.

According to our sources, a special security battalion was flows in early hours of Thursday. The battalion is commanded by Col. Khamees al Ghadhafi, the youngest son of the Libyan leader. The sources stated that the soldiers were shooting directly at the demonstrator.

Human Rights Solidarity calls on the United Nations and the world community to do everything in their disposal to force the Libyan regime to stop these criminal acts. What is going on in el-Baida and Benghazi of killing unarmed civilians, who posed no threat to anyone, amounts to a crime against humanity.

tags: Libya / Gaddafi / Benghazi / Human Rights Solidarity / Libyan Authorities / Prisoner of Conscience / Freedom of Expression / Tripoli / Human Rights in Libya /
Posted in Human Rights  
Add Comment Send to Friend Print
Related Articles
Libyan dictator warns use of Facebook
Libyan writer detained following protest call
Libya: Writer detained after calling for demonstrations
Libya: 20 Detained Journalists released from Detention
Press Release: The Election of Libya to the UN Human Rights Council
Libya: Recent incident highlights need for investigations into Abu Salim Prison killings
Detention of 4 JOURNALISTS in Benghazi - Libya
HRW to Libya: Stop blocking websites
Libya at the UN General Assembly
Human Rights Solidarity calls for an Independent Investigation into the death of Mr. Fathi al-Jahmi
Benghazi is off-limits for Amnesty International
Statesman Gaddafi Still Rules a Police State
Libya’s MB Concerned over Al Gaddafi Statements
Libyan Muslim Brotherhood, A Statement on Benghazi Mayhem
Libyan MB Applauds Reform Initiatives Proposed By Gaddafi’s Son