Hasyim Muzadi sees a dark western oil grab plot in the attack by allied powers on Libya.
If Libya falls into the hands of the west after the fighting stops it will be just the same, the people will suffer.
What the western countries were playing at currently was attempting to divide Libya into two parts, east and west
Why are they doing this? It's because there's nothing in the west of Libya, it's the east that has the oil.
The same division attempt had recently successfully been made in Sudan, which split into separate countries, north and south, he said:
It was because the south of Sudan has oil.
People had to learn the lesson of Iraq, he said, which after having been conquered by the West was plunged into civil SARA type strife; the Iraqi people were those who suffered.
Meanwhile Hasyim's solution to Libya's conundrum was:
There needs to be a ceasefire, then Muammar Gaddafi has to take into account the wishes of his people.