Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi, launching air and land attack on revolutionary forces, has warned the UK of bloodbath if they take military steps in the country.
“We will enter a bloody war and thousands and thousands of Libyans will die if the United Kingdom enters or Nato enters,” Gaddafi warned.
In a three-hour speech, the Libyan leader warned the West to stop launching military actions on the country. He said he would fight to the last drop of blood.
Gaddafi’s speech was after his forces took back Brega, an oil export terminal, before being taken back by Libyan rebels.
Based on his bombing raids order, over 14 people were died near the oil terminals. However, Capt Faris Zwei, a former military officer, said the air force pilots were missing their targets intentionally to save people’s lives.
Gaddafi has killed over 6,000 of Libyans during the two weeks of unrest and demonstrations.Agencies