The commander of rebel town of Beni Walid in Libya, a number of rebels killed and wounded others after the city was attacked by supporters of the Libyan regime of Colonel Muammar Gaddafi and the late control of them and for removing the green flags symbolizing the former regime.
He appealed to Mubarak Alaftmana rebels Libya to intervene urgently to save the Bani Walid (180 km south east of the capital Tripoli), and held the Transitional National Assembly full responsibility for what is happening in the city, as does not have promised to send troops to support the rebel city.
According to Al-Jazeera correspondent in the capital Tripoli that four people were killed and 20 wounded in clashes in light and medium weapons erupted between gunmen from the people of the town of Beni Walid Brigade May 28 of the rebels, while there were reports the control of the supporters of Colonel Libyan late of the city.
The reporter Ashaba Naim said the clashes erupted on the back of the rebels to arrest a young city.
And a local official said supporters of Gaddafi equipped with heavy weapons took "full" on the city, which was one of the last strongholds of the former regime.
Mubarak said Alaftmana - who was present at the base of the encircled rebels loyal to Gaddafi - to Agency France Press that the loyalists in control of Bani Walid, and five rebels was the commander of their battalion attacked by Gaddafi loyalists were killed, and injured 30 others.
This is the most serious violence in Bani Walid since the "liberation" of Libya in October / November last, after eight months of the start of the Libyan Revolution.
It is noteworthy that the rebels were able to free this city with difficulty, and was the last bastion of Saif al-Gaddafi before fleeing them and catch him in the desert.
No comment and the Ministry of Defence Chiefs of Staff or the Libyan these developments, while the rebels declared alert to go to the city, sources in the city that the army sent helicopters to the survey.
Resignation and warningThe events came one day after the resignation of Vice President of the Transitional Council, Abdel-Hafiz Goukh, for his commitment to what he called the "national interest", after the storming of hundreds of demonstrators for building transition in Benghazi, and engaged in sabotage, and surrounded a number of Council members, including President.
In the wake of this development has warned President of the Council Mustafa Abdul Jalil, the country was undergoing political mobility may Egerhad into the abyss without a decision, and the current government to give a student more time.
Source: Al Jazeera + and agencies