Videos

  • Little Girl Victim of 2nd Degree Burns from UAE Airstrikes in Ganfouda

    Fatoha, a 6-year-old girl, has become the latest victim of UAE airstrikes on Ganfouda neighbourhood of Benghazi. An UAE Air-Tractor AT-802 conducted an airstrike on Ganfounda on Saturday November 12 leaving a civilian’s house and foreign workers’ residence in ruin. Several civilians were killed. Telling her heartbreaking story, Fatoha said she was folding her clothes …

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  • November 3 2016 HRW interiew on Libya Panorama

    HRW Hanan Saleh is interviewed about the report issued on Ganfouda human rights crisis. “HRW called for the safe evacuation of all civilians, from both sides. Not just the children, women, and Muslims. But it must include everyone including the males.”

  • Haftar Senior Advisor Calls for Death of 14 years and older Ganfouda

    In late August 2016 Haftar’s well-known Tribal Relations Advisor and Dignity militant factions violence promoter, Belaid Shikhi, held a press conference on the Tobruk Government’s Official TV Channel, “Al Rasmia”. He announced passage for children but accuses all children, women, elderly, and males of 14 years and older of affiliation with Daesh (ISIS) and that …

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  • Ganfouda Woman Appeals to the International Community

    For more information on this crisis: www.freeganfouda.org For two years Benghazi including a south suburb called Ganfouda have been under siege by General Khalifa Haftar’s military “Operation Dignity.” The UN-backed Government and Human Rights Organizations have documented from 126 to 133 civilian families who are currently being held captive in this area. The continuous attacks …

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  • Ganfouda Women Speaks to AlNabaa Libyan News and Appeals for Help

      For more information on this crisis: www.freeganfouda.org For two years Benghazi including a south suburb called Ganfouda have been under siege by General Khalifa Haftar’s military “Operation Dignity.” The UN-backed Government and Human Rights Organizations have documented from 126 to 133 civilian families who are currently being held captive in this area. The continuous …

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