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Who is in control of the Libyan opposition?
We ask if the murder of rebel military commander General Abdel Fatah Younis reflects divisions in the anti-Gaddafi camp.
Last Modified: 15 Aug 2011 12:55

As Libyan opposition fighters attempt to tighten the noose around Tripoli, the unsolved murder of the rebel military commander General Abdel Fatah Younis is casting serious doubts on the capability of the rebel leadership.

Is the National Transitional Council in full control of the opposition forces? Does it have the support of the entire anti-Gaddafi movement?

Inside Story discusses with guests: Ashur Shamis, a Libyan journalist and writer; Shashank Joshi, an associate fellow at the Royal United Services Institute; and Anas El Gomati, a Libyan political analyst.

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Al Jazeera
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