So when Obama tells you about the progress of his Corpse in Libya, you will know what he is talking about.
Rebel takeover prompts questions about kidnappings, slavery, torture
Read more: Missing: Where are the children now? http://www.wnd.com/?pageId=331973#ixzz1V10zi6Ae
WASHINGTON – There are persistent reports that children from government-run homes for orphans and abused children are missing and feared kidnapped, possibly tortured and sold, by rebels who recently took the town of Misrata in the western part of Libya near its capital of Tripoli, according to a report from Joseph Farah’s G2 Bulletin.
Informed sources tell G2Bulletin that some 53 female and 52 male children ages 1 year to 12 years are missing, and the whereabouts of another group from 12 years to 18 years is unknown.
Sources in Tripoli say that these children are some of more than 1,000 who have disappeared over the past six months since rebels entered Misrata and “went on a killing spree.”
The sources add that the children were “kidnapped” since they are no longer in their government-run orphanages and other homes for children without parents.
Read more: Missing: Where are the children now? http://www.wnd.com/?pageId=331973#ixzz1V0xY9aeE
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