WAR IN LIBYA:Gaddafi’s son Sa’adi denies intention to surrender
Laaska News Sept. 1,2011
Muammar Gaddafi’s son Saadi has denied rumors about his intention to negotiate the terms of his own surrender to the Libyan rebels. According to local media, he declared his refusal to join the rebels in an e-mail message addressed to a CNN reporter in Tripoli.
On Wednesday, the commander of the rebels in the capital, Abdelhakim Belhadj said that Gaddafi’s third-oldest son had contacted the rebels, voicing readiness to surrender and pass over to their side. In particular, the rebel commander said that Saadi had contacted him by phone and offered to discuss the issue.
On Sunday, information surfaced that Gaddafi had delegated his son Saadi to negotiate with the rebels on forming a transitional government. He had not instructed his son to surrender to the rebels, notes ITAR-TASS.