Libya on tears

After spreading the Arab Spring around the Muslim countries, also known as the Jasmine Revolution, on February 17, citizens  of Libya began to face a war to over trough the dictatorship of Gaddafi on power during the last 40 years. A war with an incredible humanitarian cost, a war that spread a wave of human right violation

Civilians were strafed and bombed from helicopters and planes. Snipers with high-powered rifles fired into unarmed innocent people. Civilians are still suffering shortages of food and water. Muammar Gaddafi’s military forces are battering them

The NATO mission has the duty to enforce a no-fly zone over Libya to protect civilians using "all necessary measures".

Despite of the military intervention of a U.S.-led coalition intends to protect civilians, according to the United Nations security council resolution 1973, they are being critized after all the mistakes and civilians casualties conmiited by Nato forces.

However, rebels are still asking for the help of NATO due to the lack of resoursces to face the professional troopes of Gadaffi

After 3 months of uprising, the nightmare is not over yet.