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Gaddafi's Last Words as Rebels Dragged Him Through Street

"Do you know what's right or wrong?"

October 21, 2011 "The  Mirror" -- Video has emerged of the former Libya leader still alive and being bundled through Sirte by a group of rebel fighters.

 

He is heard to say: "What you're doing is wrong, guys. What you're doing is wrong.

"Do you know what is right or wrong?"

As they continued to drag the 69-year-old through the street he whispered: "What are you doing? It's haraam [forbidden].

"It's not allowed in Islamic law. Haraam.

"What you are doing is forbidden in Islam!"

A rebel drowns him out by screaming: "God is great! God is great!"

Another shouts: "Shut up you dog."

The next shot of Gaddafi on film shows him with his eyes shut.

Later footage showed fighters rolling Gaddafi's lifeless body over on the pavement, stripped to the waist and a pool of blood under his head.

Gaddafi is dragged through the streets

Later footage showed fighters rolling Gaddafi's lifeless body over on the pavement, stripped to the waist and a pool of blood under his head.
Colonel Gaddafi's body is pulled from a truck by NTC fighters in Sirte (Pic: Reuters)

Gaddafi's body is pulled from a truck

Colonel Gaddafi's body is pulled from a truck by NTC fighters in Sirte (Pic: Reuters)

Gaddafi is alive and talking in the video footage

Report on Gaddafi's capture and death

Rebels pose with Gaddafi's body

Colonel Gaddafi (Pic: AFP /Philippe Desmazes)

Colonel Gaddafi (Pic: AFP /Philippe Desmazes)

His body was then paraded on a car through Misrata, a nearby city that suffered a brutal siege by regime forces during the eight-month civil war that eventually ousted Gaddafi. Crowds in the streets cheered: "The blood of martyrs will not go in vain."

The circumstances of Gaddafi's death are set to be investigated by international monitors, and his burial has been delayed until his body can be examined by the International Criminal Court.

The bloody images of the despot's last moments have raised questions over how exactly he died after he was captured wounded.

Mohamed Sayeh, a senior member of the governing National Transitional Council, says a "third party will come from outside of Libya to go through the paperwork".

Mr Sayeh also said Gaddafi's body is still in Misrata, where it was taken after his killing in Sirte. He said Gaddafi will be buried with respect according to Islam tradition and will not have a public funeral.

See also - NATO Supported Rebels Desecrate Gadaffi's Body - Video

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