Muammar Gaddafi Hide in Town on Algeria?

Muammar Gaddafi
Muammar Gaddafi

Muammar Gaddafi a Dictator Libyan leader, is expected to hide in isolate town on the border between Libya and Algeria. In this place, Moammar Gaddafi allegedly protected by local residents who have paid to shut up.

This information is provided by the Gaddafi search team set up by the National Transition Council (NTC), quoted from the pages of The Guardian, Wednesday, September 28, 2011. According to the statement of this group, Muammar Khadafi likely be near the city Ghadamis.

The town is nicknamed the city of Oasis has high wall and its population is an ethnic Berber Tuareg tribe, a native of North Africa at Gaddafi loyal. The reason is what makes the city was given the title of world heritage by Unesco is suitable for the Libyan dictator hiding place.

Suspicion leads to this city after an attack last week which killed nine soldiers on the border of Algeria. Hisham Buhagiar, coordinator of hunter Gaddafi, said the Tuareg tribe suspected of committing assault and protect Gaddafi that it is paid.

NTC military spokesman, Colonel Ahmed Bani, said the existence of Gaddafi still a puzzle. However, he could certainly Gaddafi's son, Mutasim, located in the city of Sirte. Other Gaddafi's son, Saif al-Islam in the city of Bani Walid, south of Tripoli. In both cities, the battle between the army Libya with NTC is still ongoing.

"The existence of Moammar Gaddafi remains unclear. But it does not matter. What became of our minds now is the perfect freedom in Libya. This will be realized if the human thirst for blood (Gaddafi) caught. We'll find him," said Bani.

According to National Transition Council, Moammar Gaddafi was last seen several days ago in Tripoli. A witness saw him in a military base with his daughter Aisha, who currently resides in Algeria. Aisha reportedly managed to escape to the country along with Gaddafi's wife, Safia, two sons, Hannibal and Mohammed, as well as several other relatives.