Gaddafi denies having fled to Niger and still believe in victory

Gaddafi denies having fled to Niger and still believe in victory

Tripoli : Libya | Sep 08, 2011 at 12:00 AM PDT
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Libya Gaddafi Speaks To Supporters In Tripoli's Green Square

Muammar Gaddafi, the Libyan former strong man on the run, blasted Thursday "psychological warfare and lies" about the speculation about his possible leak in neighboring Niger, in an audio message aired on television Arrai, based in Damascus.

"All they left is psychological warfare and lies. They said they recently saw Gaddafi in a convoy to Niger," said Gaddafi's first message for several days before irony " How many convoys of smugglers of goods and people enter the wilderness each day to Sudan, Chad, Mali and Algeria. As if this was the first time a convoy through to Niger ".

Speaking to the Libyans, the country's former strongman said: "They want to weaken your moral, do not worry about the enemy weak and ignoble."

He assured that "NATO will be defeated," because "its hardware capabilities do not allow it to continue" to intervene.

"We are ready to Tripoli and everywhere to step up attacks against rats and mercenaries, who are a bunch of dogs," he launched Muammar Gaddafi.

The passage Monday of a large convoy of civilian and military vehicles from Libya to Agadez, a town in northern Niger, has fueled speculation about a leak of Muammar Qaddafi, before a series of denials.

Since the entry of the rebels at his residence in Bab al-Aziziyah in Tripoli on August 23, the former leader has intervened several times to call his supporters "the resistance" via audio messages broadcast by Arrai.

The last images of him dating back to June 12

Arrai is a TV station became famous for being the only media to now receive messages from Muammar Gaddafi.

His boss, former Iraqi Sunni MP Michane al-Joubouri, based in Damascus, ensures hating dictators but believes that the former Libyan leader embodies the resistance against foreign occupation of his country.

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