October 31, 2012
Bani Walid, Libya
Message for Media
The city is still unsettled, the men of the tribe Werfalla clean the city from armed gangs "brigade on May 28."
Around Bani Walid still have roadblocks, militants based there shooting at people who are trying to return to the city. Therefore, those who want to get into the city, find workarounds, and people are beginning to return. Families who have returned to Bani Walid, make lists of exploded and burned houses.
Militant bands of mercenaries that were in the city, tried to destroy and rob not only houses, but also shops, businesses. At the moment it is known that well-known wool factory was burned, by bandites of "army of Libya"
The so-called Defense Minister of Libya (already former) Osama al-Juvali said yesterday about the situation in Bani Walid: "... The city is deserted, except for a small number of people who eke out a miserable existence ...". Apparently, he was satisfied with the methods by which he fulfilled the task of weakening the tribe Werfalla.
Now, the tribe will take time to recover and to restore the capital. But the occupation regime is planning to continue to push the tribes resisting gangs.
It is learned that into the city of Bani Walid are going to come the UN representatives and possibly other officials from different international organizations.
People suggest that their task would be possible to lie that the destructions in the city are small, that "independent and credible" evidence of the massive use of "army of Libya" the banned weapons were never found. And that war crimes committed by the occupation regime against tribe Werfalla is such a "complicated way to build democracy after authoritarian rule."
They simply want us to forget about Libya and political and economic sucсеs of Gaddafi’s direct democracy, forcing them convenient labels and stereotypes. They want us to forget that Libya was a state for people, and Muammar Gaddafi was the leader of the people, and never held any other position. "