The Chicago Tribune, 2 September 2011
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2 septembre 2011
Samia Nakhoul and Mohammed Abbas
(Reuters) - Muammar Gaddafi
, driven into hiding by his foes, on Thursday urged his supporters to fight on, even as Libya's
new interim rulers met world leaders to discuss reshaping a nation torn by 42 years of one-man rule and six months of war.
""Let it be a long battle. We will fight from place to place, from town to town, from valley to valley, from mountain to mountain," Gaddafi said in his message.
goes up in flames, who will be able to govern it? Let it burn. They don't want to rule Libya. They cannot rule it as long as we are armed. We are still armed. We will fight in every valley, in every street, in every oasis, and every town.""