The US-NATO officials are telling us lies about military objects being the target of their bombing. Was the TV station such "a military object", when it was heavily bombarded at the night of April 26 in a new unsuccessful attempt to kill the Libyan Leader in time of his speech on TV? Are the people working on TV station "military"? Besides, Tripoli TV station is located in the very center of the city, in a heavily populated residential area.
Next door to the TV station, just few meters away, 4 secondary schools are located; and finally, it is only 250 m from the Children Hospital of al-Jala and an obstetric hospital some 50 m further to the West. Fortunately, this time American humanitarian missiles did not hit these hospitals immediately, but the "tomahawks" and bombs explosions at the TV station area were so strong that the walls of the hospitals and nearby buildings, where our medics are living, were shaken and windows glass was clinking, some even cracked.
Everybody woke up in horror (we have already got used to ordinary bombardments, and most of us even learned to sleep in course of them). Suckling babies and children in the hospital woke up too and cried with fear. Are the children of Libya the main "military target" for the coalition? In any case, if the Libyan people do not want to sell its freedom and keep defending their land against foreign US-NATO intervention - does it mean they all, including children and women, are bound to die now?
Today US-NATO military efforts "successfully" culminated in destroying Gaddafi's family compound in the residential area of Tripoli and killing 3 babies: six-month-old Mastura, the daughter of Qaddafi's daughter Aisha; 2-year-old Carthage, son of Qaddafi's son Hannibal; and 2-year-old Seif Mohammed, son of Qaddafi's elder son Mohammed; and an adult - 29-year-old Qaddafi's younger son Seif al-Arab, a civilian student of Munich University in Germany, with no relation to military neither power matters in Libya. (This "victory" was joyfully celebrated by USA & NATO rebel allies in Missurata and Benghazi, which speaks volumes about personality and moral niveau of those people).
In fact, even the very idea of killing the independent state leader as a way of solving political problems is arguably the best method in the international politics, but the way of its accomplishing by air-strikes is far beyond any human reason. This "air-strikes method" was already well known to the US leaders as a way to kill children and civilians only: USA had already attempted to assassinate Qaddafi in 1986 by bombing and shelling Tripoli, which led to the killing of a number of civilians - and Qaddafi's 18-months-old adopted daughter Hanna, and wounding some members of his family, including his youngest son Khamis (Seif al-Arab, his 2nd youngest son, survived that day only to die today).
How US-NATO commanders could possibly expect other results now?! USA leaders' obsession with killing the Libyan Leader, however good or bad he is, is not a sound reason to kill dozens and wound hundreds of INNOCENT people in Tripoli! What is their fault?!
The famous Russian writer, Fedor Dostoyevskiy, had taught us, that no great and just goal, even creating happiness for the whole humankind, could justify a child's tear-drop! He could not even imagine then that somebody would dare to pave his way to some "humanitarian goals" by children's bodies.
But killing and terrifying children and innocent people in Libya is only one side of the US & NATO activities in the area. USA also help and encourage Libyan rebels in Benghazi and Missurata to fight against government, thus bringing fuel to the fire of civil war, which would soon cease away without Western "help".
The rebels receive arms and ammunition from NATO, they are being trained by Western military instructors, numerous mercenaries from Egypt and Tunis, well paid by "unknown" donors, provide them with men-power, while US-NATO aircraft and fleet support them from air and sea, destroying Libyan troops by air-strikes. Thus, having the whole American and NATO military machine behind them, the rebels' leaders refuse to negotiate with Libyan Government, which leads to more and more casualties from both sides.
On the eve of American attack in March, the Libyan army entered Western suburbs of Benghazi and the rebels (their numbers are quite small in comparison to the ordinary people who want nothing but peace) were ready to surrender in exchange for pardoning them, while few of the most irreconcilable were packing their cars to flee - as the road to Egypt was deliberately left open for them.
But what was the most important - this pacifying of the East had happened almost without casualties from both sides. Only few wounded people were brought to the hospitals in the East that days - while on the very day when US & NATO air-strikes started, the number of wounded and killed people increased dozens times. What a strange way of "protecting civilian population" by killing them!
Thus, after American intervention a real WAR STARTED in the East of Libya - not mock battles performed by "rebels" for Western cameramen as it used to be in February and earlier in March. Then, almost pacified by then Missurata revolted and turned into major center of military conflict, backed by troops, weaponry and ammunition brought there by sea from Benghazi - with a help of coalition fleets.