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NATO launched more than 10,000 air raids on Libya in 2011 with over 100,000 Civilian Casualities.

Posted by Walter Gido on

NATO launched more than 10,000 air raids on Libya in 2011 with over 100,000 Civilian Casualities.

When they were questioned about civilian Casualities they insisted that it was collateral damages and that it happens in wars. The country that had one of the highest standard of living in the world at the time. They bombed the country back to stone age. Libya's 42 years of progress, stability and development was destroyed. NATO targeted Muammar Gaddafi household and bombarded his house. They killed two of Gaddafi's sons and grandchildren. They also killed Gaddafi's little adopted daughter, Hana Gaddafi.UK Parliament report details how NATO's 2011 war in Libya was based on lies

The Libya inquiry, which was launched in July 2015, is based on more than a year of research and interviews with politicians, academics, journalists and more. The report, which was released on Sept. 14, reveals the following:Qaddafi was not planning to massacre civilians. This myth was exaggerated by rebels and Western governments, which based their intervention on little intelligence. The threat of Islamist extremists, which had a large influence in the uprising, was ignored and the NATO bombing made this threat even worse, giving ISIS a base in North Africa. France, which initiated the military intervention, was motivated by economic and political interests, not humanitarian ones.

Foreign media outlets, particularly Qatar's Al Jazeera, BBC Saudi Arabia's Al Arabiya and many others. also spread unsubstantiated rumors about Qaddafi and the Libyan government. The NATO bombing plunged Libya into a humanitarian disaster, killing Hundreds thousands of people and displacing hundreds of thousands more, transforming Libya from the African country with the highest standard of living into a war-torn failed state.

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