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Sunday, 4 March 2012

British war Graves destroyed by Liberated Libyans.

"According to reports militants in Benghazi, liberated last year from Colonel Gaddafi with help from British forces, attacked more than 150 graves.The Libyan graves belong to British serviceman killed during the Second World War in the north African area.
Headstones at the Benghazi war cemetery were pulled down, with crucifixes destroyed by vandals.Some attackers were carrying guns and wearing combat fatigues.They posted footage of the attack on the web.
Libya is the resting place for many Commonwealth soldiers who died during intense campaigns against Rommel's German forces, including the famous Rats of Tobruk"

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Take another blood pressure pill before watching this as it will surely make your blood boil.

1 comment:

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