A clear case shows the brutality of the regime of Gaddafi: A Libyerin burst into a hotel and says foreign journalists, as the dictator’s soldiers raped her. State authorities responded quickly: Security forces continued to drag the woman – in front of the cameras.
Desperate, the woman cries, when the security forces pick them up, much to see in a YouTube video. The previously Libyerin stormed a five-star hotel in the capital, Tripoli and told reporters they do what they had been abused by fighters loyal Gaddafi. She said she was kidnapped at a checkpoint, and then raped by 15 men and tortured.
According to the “Washington Post” she said. “Look what I did,” As a result, journalists were scratches and blood stains in the thighs. In his hands and ankles had to be able to see what had been tied, enter U. S. Journal. She told reporters that his name was Iman al-Obeidi. According to the newspaper, described the woman as she dropped the men: “You peed on me, disgraced my honor.”
The Washington Post describes the scene: As he spoke, were added to the hotel staff and security forces and tried to get away from women. Some reporters who tried to protect the woman had been beaten. A reporter from the “Financial Times” had been knocked down and kicked. Two waitresses both attacked with knives and shouted that the woman is a traitor. Officials launched a camera CNN on the floor and threatened with a gun camera when I wanted to pick up again.
Soon after, the woman was in front of journalists by a representative of state power in civil matters and took him overwhelmed. He had his hand over her mouth to prevent speech.
Now al-Obeidi has become a symbol of opposition to Gaddafi. On the websites of insurgents, the comments pile up on the case. Many opponents admire the courage of the young. “We are all Iman al-Obeidi,” writes one of them.
A spokesman for the Libyan government said that the woman is mentally ill. is dissipated in the form of Iman al-Obeidi by Libyan security forces in civilian clothes.