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Answering criticism about Obama's attack on Libya

Deaths of civilians in an attack coalition troops the UN Security Council reap a lot of criticism. U.S. President Barak Obama replied by saying, the death of several civilians is a price to pay for the protection of citizens even more.
As quoted from page Miami Herald, March 22, 2011, Obama said that military action by coalition forces led by the United States intended to protect citizens, "And this action causes, little, casualties of civilians,"

He also pleaded not bother with much criticism of efforts to protect the civilians in Libya.

Previously, several Latin American countries, including Venezuela, Bolivia, Nicaragua, Ecuador, Brazil, Argentina and Uruguay, have expressed criticism of civilian casualties in the attack on Libya. Reportedly, currently has more than 50 residents in Tripoli who become victims of air attacks British and French troops.

Obama responded to this criticism by saying "international politics are always complicated. There are many countries with different interests in it."

Obama stressed that this action is under Security Council Resolution (DK), UN 1970 and 1973. He also said that this was the decision taken by the international community as a leader, Muammar Gaddafi, to use military force to attacking people.

"Always there will be some parties who criticize what is done by the United States and other Western countries, whatever it is. But the action this time not only interventions supported by the UN Security Council, but also supported by the Arab League," said Obama.

UN Security Council Resolution 1973 imposed on Thursday, March 17, 2011, in which it includes no-fly zone in the territory of Libya. With the enactment of no-fly zone, the Libyan fighter jets are not allowed on air. If stubborn they will be attacked by the UNSC forces on patrol.

However, in reality, coalition forces consisting of U.S., Britain and France, using this resolution to demolish the residence complex Gaddafi in Tripoli. Finally, gratuitous attack from coalition forces directed to mass anti-Gaddafi. As a result, six people were injured.

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