NATO Air Strikes Kill Gaddafi Son

One son of Libyan leader, Muammar Gaddafi, Saif al-Arab Gaddafi, reportedly died after a NATO air strike destroyed a house belonging to Gaddafi in the Libyan capital, Tripoli. However, Muammar Gaddafi targeted still survived from the attack.

As CNN reported, in addition to killing Saif al-Arab, the attack also killed one of his grandchildren Muammar Gaddafi.

Libya Government Spokesman, Musa Ibrahim, said Gaddafi and his wife were at home that are targeted. However, both managed to escape and in good health.

Ibrahim deplores Saif al-Arab death due to NATO air strikes on houses in densely populated settlements that. Saif al-Arab, according to Ibrahim, just a student in Germany who was not involved in the military or the government of Libya.

Libya also called NATO air attacks as war crimes. In a protest against the NATO attack, Ibrahim also called for revenge.

"Each of you now can become Saif al-Arab," Ibrahim said to the people of Libya that followed the demonstration.