It has been seven weeks since the start of uprising against the Libyan leader Colonel Gaddafi and we are now moving into a third week of the UN-imposed no-fly zone.
Before the intervention from the West began, many Libyans protested on the steps of the Sennedd for the UK to support the revolutionaries fighting against Gaddafi.
NATO have now assumed command of all international air operations - a clear sign that the international communities' role in the country is far from complete.
But as the conflict progresses, what effect is it having on the Libyan community here in South Wales?
Joining a CJS Breakfast show earlier this week was Mahmoud Azzuz, a Libyan doctor working here in Cardiff, and Adam Johannes from the Cardiff Stop the War Coalition.