The growing unrest in the Middle East continues to escalate.  Protesters have toppled the governments in Egypt and Tunisia, and the violence is spreading in Bahrain, but the worst unrest is now in Libya, where young people are calling for an end to the regime of Moammar Gadhafi, who has been in power for 42 years.  Protesters have seized control of Libya's second largest city, Bengazi, where reports that are trickling out say that police are nowhere to be seen and armed youths are directing traffic at intersections and guarding homes and businesses.  In the capital of Tripoli, Gadhafi's son, Seif al-Islam, went on national TV to say that Libya is not Egypt or Tunisia, and that protests will be met with force "until the last bullet".  Throughout the day on Monday, buildings in Tripoli were torched, including the People's Hall, where government conducts business.  Internet service is almost non-existent as of today, and international calling has been disabled.  Fears that oil production and delivery will be affected has led to a jump of $1.67 a barrel.  Over 200 people have been killed so far according to unofficial reports.