"The fight for Misurata is the fight for Libya. If he succeeds there, he will be able to consolidate his power in the western region and maybe divide the country as he is planning to," Fadel M. Lamen, president of the American-Libyan Council, said in Washington at a briefing to thank the international community for its support to the rebels.
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