Brief Video Overview Of NATO War Crimes In Libya

Collective punishment of civilian populations, including denial of water and food, is prohibited under the Geneva Conventions:

“Under Protocol I to the Four Geneva Conventions, Articles 51 and 54, indiscriminate attacks on civilian populations are prohibited along with destruction of food, water, and other materials needed for survival.

Indiscriminate attacks include directly attacking civilian (non-military) targets.”

Since the breakdown of the Benghazi council, Nato has expanded its operations against civilian populations in areas outside rebel control.

In particular civilian areas of Tripoli, Zlitan and Sebha have been targets of such bombings.


NATO bombing of the Faculty of Law, February 8 11 Zliten

NATO bombing in Al Ajilat 05 08 2011

NATO bombed the fishing port of Zliten May 8 2011

NATO bombing on the University of Nasser

CNN NATO Bombing Hospital, Food Storage Killing 11 Civilians In Zletin, July 25 11

NATO bombed and destroyed food stores in Zliten

NATO bombed mosque and other buildings in Zliten

NATO bombed clinic in Zliten, Libya, at least 6 dead

NATO bombs a family home in Zliten killing two and wounding three April 8 11

NATO bombed schools and colleges in Libya August 4, 2011

NATO Industrial Safety Center bombing in Tripoli

NATO bombed Down Syndrome Center and the construction of kindergartens in Tripoli

NATO bombed the Libyan Television Three dead and fifteen wounded July 30,2011

NATO continues attacks on residential areas of Tripoli July 30, 2011

NATO again bombed civilian targets in Libya July 30, 2011

NATO bombed Libya center Alsaknah

Nato bombed water supply

NATO bombing in Zliten food stores July 21 11, War in Libya

NATO bombs destroy civilian homes and a church in Tripoli June 6, 2011

Scientists deteuct uranium contamination

NATO bombed hospital oxygen plant in Libya

Oil refinery fire in Brega in Libya for the NATO bombing

NATO does not rule out bombing archaeological Sabratha

NATO bombed hotel in Tripoli, radio and television

Bombarded Hospital in Libya

NATO bombed civilian areas in Tajoura, eastern suburb of Tripoli 5 JUNE 2011

Ruins of Tripoli by the NATO bombing of August 9, 2011

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