Al-Gaddafi troops torture an Egyptian paramedic

 

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A video has been posted on YouTube showing al-Gaddafi troops torturing, a young Egyptian who volunteered as a paramedic in a medical convoy.

 

Abdelkhaliq Alsayyed is a 19 year old student  who has participated during the Egyptian revolution, and when the Libyan revolution broke out, he decided to volunteer with the medical convoy that left from Cairo heading to Libya. The medical convoy arrived at Tubroq in Libya on the 25th February, and reached Bani Ghazi on the 26th where they started at once helping the injured. News arrived that there are clashes in Burayqah and they need medical help, so he decided to help in Burayqah where Ghaddafi troops arrested him and tortured him without any mercy, in this short clip, he keeps telling them that he is a paramedic volunteer while they were still beating him.

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