Libya: The NATO attacked the headquarters of the state television
Libya, July 30, 2011
An attack of the Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) against a Libyan television headquarters in Tripoli, three people were killed and fifteen wounded, as it was announced by the employees of the signal.
The statement, read by the director of the Al-Jamahiriya television, said “Three of our colleagues were killed and 15 others were injured while performing their professional duty as Libyan journalists”.
NATO attacks were called “act of international terrorism” because it violates Security Council resolutions of the UN. The invasion was justified to “reduce to silence the Colonel Gaddafi”.
“A few hours ago, NATO carried out air strikes against three satellite broadcasting centers of the Libyan television (…) in order to prevent its use to intimidate and incite acts of violence against its people” said the European Alliance in a statement.
“We are employees of the Libyan state television. We are not a military objective or military commanders, we are civilians,” he said from the channel.
“We have the right to work in a secure environment protected by national and international law” and concluded by calling for a “complete protection of the international community”.