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Do you support foreign military action in Libya?

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Western powers launched a second wave of air strikes on Libya on Monday after halting the advance of Muammar Gaddafi’s forces on Benghazi and targeting air defenses to let their planes patrol the skies.
The U.N.-mandated intervention to protect civilians drew criticism from Arab League chief Amr Moussa, who questioned the need for a heavy bombardment, which he said had killed many civilians. Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin said the U.N. resolution resembled “medieval calls for crusades.”
But the United States, carrying out the air strikes in a coalition with Britain, France, Italy and Canada among others, said the campaign was working.
The intervention is the biggest against an Arab country since the 2003 invasion of Iraq.

Do you support the U.N.-mandated intervention in Libya?

    Yes I support the air strikes No I do not support the air strikes

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Have the Western forces been prudent in their air strikes or shown disregard for civilian casualties?

    Civilian casualties are an unfortunate and unavoidable side effect of the Western airstrikes Western forces have shown disregard for civilian deaths

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Would you support U.N.-backed ground troops in Libya?

    Yes No

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