Putting our forces at risk of death and using force in the internal affairs of another country demands incontestable reasons. I will vote against the action in Libya for 5 main reasons:
As in Iraq this is a western owned action, the Arab world is barely represented militarily, even nearby “democratised” Egypt will not get involved.
This our third current hostile action in the Muslim world, it could take one bombed wedding convoy, one mistreated prisoner, for the whole of Arab sentiment to change.
Our intervention is selective and expedient: why only in oil rich Libya? What standards or criteria apply to no-fly zones so that may be applied in future, say in a Rwanda or a Gaza, to ensure they give us moral authority?
We continue to support many autocratic regimes in the region - as we did with Mubarak and Gaddafi when it suited us - which repress democracy and womens rights.
Currently in Libya (as in pre-invasion Iraq) Al Qaida has no base; in the death and destruction of a civil war with the West taking one side Al Qaida could hardly wish for a better, further breeding ground for terrorism which will eventually reach the UK.