While disabling redirect to base URL will work, it isn't a good solution. The redirect to base URL is there for the case where you have a wildcard DNS entry for your domain or have migrated from one subdomain URL to another (say shop.example.com to megastore.example.com). In this case you don't want to loose the organic traffic, so you keep the DNS entry alive, but you want people to recognize the new URL so they get redirected. For this situation, Sander's answer is actually better, because Magento only redirects to the homepage and forgets the rest of the URL, while solving this outside Magento allows you to retain the full URL, not to mention less load on the server.
The real solution is understanding how Magento deals with Websites and Stores. A URL is bound to a website or store and they have a base URL defined in System > Config > [Web] > Secure and Unsecure.
This is also why disabling redirect to base URL isn't a good solution. While it will prevent the redirect, the links generated in that page will point to the store's URL, in your case www.ce.li.