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Senior MP Lambasts Qaddafi's Brutal Attacks on Protestors

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TEHRAN, Feb 24 (ICANA) – Vice-Chairman of the Iranian parliament's National Security and Foreign Policy Commission Esmail Kowsari on Thursday strongly condemned the barbaric attacks and inhumane and cruel suppression of oppressed people in Libya by the country's dictator Muammar al-Qaddafi.
Thursday, February 24, 2011 10:22:13 PM
Senior MP Lambasts Qaddafi's Brutal Attacks on Protestors

Speaking to FNA, Kowsari deplored the silence of Qaddafi's supporters on the brutal crackdown on Libyan protesters and said, "Dictators consider all possible options to protect their power but Qaddafi, in a savage move, used his fighter jets to repress popular protests." Kowsari emphasized that the Islamic Republic has always opposed moves by the Libyan ruler, who he described as a "mad tyrant," and stressed that the Iranian parliament, the government and the Iranian nation would spare no efforts to help the Libyan nation. "The US puppet dictators should know that time for them is over. They should meet public demands and choose either the US or the nation," he added. Reports indicate that Libyan air force attacked civilian protesters in the capital Tripoli and the country's second largest city of Benghazi. Despite the crackdown, protesters have taken to the streets for the tenth day, calling on Qaddafi to give up power after more than four decades. Meanwhile, several eastern cities have fallen in the hands of protesters 10 days after the revolution that has so far claimed more than 1,000 lives. On Thursday, in the northwestern city of Misrata, protesters tore down Qaddafi's unique "Green Book" monument. Libyans celebrated the liberation of the country's east from the rule of Qaddafi. Protesters set fire to a huge poster of Qaddafi in Zawiya.

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