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|موضوع: British War Graves Smashed in Libya الخميس 01 مارس 2012, 12:20 am|| |
British War Graves Smashed in Libya A furious mob desecrated dozens of Commonwealth War Graves in a Libyan cemetery on Friday 24th Feb 2012, amid continuing fury over the burning of the Quran by U.S. soldiers. Headstones commemorating British and Allied servicemen, killed during World War II campaigns in the Western Desert, lay smashed and strewn across the Benghazi Military Cemetery.Last year, according to the Independent, the British Government spent an estimated £3 million pounds per-day, assisting the Libyan rebels to overthrow Colonel Gaddaffi, as British Prime Minister David Cameron stated, "I am proud of the role that Britain has played in helping them to bring that about and I pay tribute to the bravery of the Libyans who helped to liberate their country".
Up-to now, the British Government have remained silent over the actions in the Benghazi Cemetery. The above picture is of Field Marshal Bernard 'Monty' Montgomery, right, enjoys a brew with troops just 24 hours before the El Alamein during the Western Desert Campaign in north Africa in 1942.The headstones commemorating the deaths of allied servicemen, who fought in the Western Desert campaigns between 1942 to 1943, lay smashed on the groundThe mob rampaged through the grave yard after President Barack Obama apologised for U.S. soldiers burning the QuranA gravestone in Benghazi War Cemetery, Libya, bears the scars of the rampage. Some 1,214 graves are marked in Benghazi War Cemetery.