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TRIPOLI, Libya - Fugitive leader Muammar Qaddafi accused revolutionary forces of surrendering Libya to foreign influence and vowed to press ahead with his resistance in a message Monday issued just hours after a twin attack on a key oil facility
by loyalist fighters. At least 15 attackers were killed, an anti-Qaddafi commander said.
"We will not be ruled after we were the masters," said the brief statement attributed to Qaddafi that was read on Syria's Al-Rai TV by its owner Mishan al-Jabouri, a former Iraqi lawmaker and w 카지노 주소
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The message described the opposition forces as "traitors" who are willing to turn over Libya's oil riches to foreign interests.
"We will not hand Libya to colonialism, once again, as the traitors want," said the statement, which pledged to fight against the "coup."
The firebrand words by Qaddafi contrast sharply with the staggering losses for his regime in recent weeks, including being driven from the capital Tripoli and left with only a handful of strongholds that are surrounded by former rebel forces.