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"Ahead of the U.N. vote, Gadhafi told Benghazi residents in a radio speech, 'We will come zenga, zenga. House by house, room by room.'

'We are coming tonight' and 'there won't be any mercy' for enemies. 

Unarmed residents have nothing to fear, but every home will be searched, he said.

'Anyone who will throw away his weapon and stay home will get amnesty," Gadhafi said. "Whoever has a weapon in his apartment is considered one of the enemy.'"