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Sep 5, 2011

Qaddafi's son Attack Each Other

WASHINGTON - A son Muamar Gaddafi accused his brother - who did not want to loose his voice - as the cause of the failure of talks with the new ruler of Libya on one of the last remaining stronghold of troops loyal to Gaddafi, CNN reported on Sunday night (4 / 9) .

Saadi Gaddafi told CNN in a telephone interview, that broadcast speech 'aggressive' by his brother, Saif al-Islam Gaddafi, a few days earlier had led to bottlenecks in the negotiations, thus paving the way for launching attacks.

The city of Bani Walid, in the southeast of the capital city of Libya, Tripoli, is one of the last stronghold of fighters pro-Gaddafi, the son of Libyan leader who was suspected of being frozen out.

When asked about its location, Saadi said he "was somewhat out of" Bani Walid, but continues to move, according to CNN. He said he had not seen his father or his brother for two months.

Saadi said he was "neutral but still ready to help negotiate a ceasefire," said CNN.

Negotiations for the surrender of troops in the Bani Walid Muamar Gaddafi has failed and will continue, said an official, thus paving the way for military attack.

Negotiations through the mediation of tribal elders started a few days earlier in hopes of Bani Walid can be controlled by insurgents without bloodshed. Bani Walid is a tough tribal center Warfalla, which is the core of Gaddafi's troops and given a high political positions in his administration.

But the tribe has been divided whether to support or not Gaddafi, said some tribesmen who have sided with the National Transitional Council (NTC) and the NTC, including among troops who surrounded the city.