Libyan War News: October 17, 2011
Sukna city is free from Nato-mercenaries.
In Bani-Walid Libyan army and Libyan moujaheeds were killed 135 Nato-mercenaries and 50 were captured.
Tripoli. Hard fight between Libyan army and Nato-mercenaries.
Towns of Jdire и Djmile и Zowara liberated by Green Army
GREEN FLAG OVER SIRTE, BANI-WALID, SEBHA, ZAWIYA, TAJOURA, TARAGHEN, IM AL-ARANEB, MARZUK, BOV SALIM, ALIJILAT, REGDALINE, ALJAMIL, TARHUNA….
Sirte is controlling Libyan army and Libyan moujaheeds with Libyan volunteers.
Sirte: The city is still not fallen, despite the bombing of the terrorist organization called NATO and despite the attacks with heavy weapons of the traitors. On the contrary, once again, the renegades were defeated. A general stampede, with their weapons left behind and captured by the loyalists.
HARD FIGHT IN TRIPOLI
Tripoli: The actions of 14 October are only the begining of an organized campaign in order to clean the Libyan capital from the Nato-mercenaries and to efface the traces of humiliation. Fighting cells composed of patriots and resistance fighters in Tripoli, Libya organized themselves to conduct major operations next Friday October 21, 2011. They ask the people of Tripoli to join the movement and help the resistance.
Zawiya is controlling Libyan army and Libyan moujaheeds with Libyan volunteers.
Zawiya: the great brigade of Khamis Khadafi has crushed the last pockets of resistance of the renegades and Zawiya is now totally under the control of the Loyal Libyan Army.
West front: After big clashes by the heavy weapons, the brave resistants have defeated Nato-mercenaries in Alijilat, Regdaline, Aljamil. These cities are now clean from Nato-mercenaries. The moral is very high and the resistants are gathering themselves to prepare an action towards Tripoli in order to help the resistance there.
Nato-mercenary Hussein Alteer was killed in Sirte just few hours ago.
BENGAZI: Rockets attack on bengazi Port by Libyan Army and Libyan Moujaheeds is still in progress.
More news are coming as soon as possible, because most of the cities of the south are cut off from the communications.