by Dennis Ambler
Human Rights Watch special adviser Fred Abrahams said it had “no doubt whatsoever” that cluster munitions had been used by regime forces and had photographic evidence that MAT-120 bombs were involved.
Libya has not signed up to an international ban on cluster bombs but Mr Abrahams said their indiscriminate nature meant they were nevertheless “a violation of the rule of war”.
Comment from “Cardigan”
“Human Rights Watch has been bought by George Soros, he recently announced $100 million funding for them. They were also present in Egypt, conveniently close to TV cameras when needed. His Open Society Institute has promoted the involvement of the Muslim Brotherhood in any future government there. (more…)