Gadhafi: Leaders of airstrikes should go, not me
Moammar Gadhafi struck a disobedient posture Thursday after two high-profile defections from his government, saying he's not the one who should go — it's the Western leaders who have destroy his military with air strikes who should leave right away.

Gadhafi's note was weaken by its delivery — a scroll cross ways the bottom of state TV as he stay out of sight. The White House said the strongman's internal circle was clearly breakdown with the loss of Foreign Minister Moussa Koussa, who flew from Tunisia to England on Wednesday.

Ali Abdessalam Treki, a previous foreign minister and U.N. General Assembly president, proclaimed his departure on several resistance websites the next day, saying "It is our nation's right to live in freedom and democratic organization and take pleasure in a good life."

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