Shown here is a rebel taking a belt of 20x82 (MG151) ammo from the depot at Al-Qa'a:
I wonder what the heck that was doing in Libya? The closest answer I have come up with so far is that it might have been for use on a door gun from an Alouette-III helicopter that Libya does/did have about 12 of at one point. Those Alouette-III's had a door gun kit that used an MG151. Otherwise maybe the ammo came from Algeria somehow as they used it in post war years also.
You can not claim to be on one hand a freedom loving movement and on the other hand hang people on the street,
Mussolini was found guilty in a court of law, and the German rescue only delayed the carrying of the sentence, but the fact and the matter is that the guy was found guilty.
How can you compare that to the subject at hand?? Can you guarantee me that the guy who was hanged had his day in court???
Last time i checked a civilized person would never support the Lynching of suspects on the street.
So take a chill pill and try to get your Facts Together.
bbc report from nefusa - preparing for the assault on al qawalish 4/07/2011
Rebel fighters carry ammunition during the battle to seize control of the village of Al-Qawalish July 6, 2011.
In this Wednesday, July 6, 2011 photo, rebels are seen on their way back from the frontline after a six-hour battle in which they succeeded to liberate al-Qawalish, 100 kilometers (60 miles) southwest of Tripoli, Libya. In the background smoke rises from a the power station that was shelled by retreating soldiers loyal to Moammar Gadhafi. A senior Libyan official on Thursday accused NATO of intensifying its bombing campaign and backing foreign mercenaries to lay the groundwork for an advance by rebels trying to topple Moammar Gadhafi's regime.