Tripoli Freedom Fighters in Misrata
Interviewer: Speak, one by one, as you feel like it.
First freedom fighter: In the name of God, may our martyrs, the free Libyans, rest in peace. I hope that they are in Janna [paradise] now. We are youth from Tripoli. We would like to tell and assure our brothers in the capital that we are coming to them with the freedom fighters of Misrata, Misrata that welcomed us and gave us all it has. They have food and oil, not like in Tripoli where Abou Shafshoofa [funny nickname for Gaddafi] is. There is no oil, etc., there are shortages of everything. To the youth of Tripoli: Rise up and leave Tripoli, if you can, and come to us here. Misrata is steadfast. They will never penetrate it and victory is soon. Salam.
Second freedom fighter: First, may our martyrs in the east, south and north of Libya rest in peace. We are youth from Tripoli. We came here to fight with the freedom fighters of Misrata. Misrata is the symbol of steadfastness in the whole of Libya. And we will be victorious and we will defeat Abou Shafshoofa.
Interviewer: Please tell us about the situation and life condition in our beloved Tripoli.
Second fighter: Well, what to tell you! It takes one week to fill the car with oil. Everything is expensive and there are major shortages, especially food. The freedom fighters are conducting daily attacks and operations.
Third freedom fighter: May our martyrs all across the land of Libya rest in peace. I want to say to Abou Shafshoofa: We are coming for you to Bab Al Aziziya. We are coming for you!
All chanting: Youth of the capital, we want the decisive [victorious] night!
First fighter: I say to the youth of Tajoura and Souk al-Jumaa: We are so proud of you. And if you know the situation in Tripoli and how critical it is, in the name of God, I say that those people who seem to be supporters of Abou Shafshoofa are not. I say to the youth of Tajoura and Souk al-Jumaa, Fashloum, al-Dahmani and Gergamish: We must put a bit of more pressure on Gaddafi’s troops. There are more than 15,000 Tripoli youth outside the capital. We fear for our families but with faith and the help of God, we will be victorious. VICTORY!