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for33against   أنا راض عن الوضع السياسي في ليبيا. لا يوجد سبب ليتردد. على سبيل المثال، لأنه ... (كتبت إذا أردت أن أكتب لماذا، من هنا), positive
for1against   Honte à L'Otan et aux pays qui viennent coloniser la Libye.Les vrais mercenaires sont eux. Vive la Libye et out à La France et à l'otan criminels!, Hayat
for0against   Lockerbie!, SEPP
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In summary, it is a type of speech straight out of the propaganda textbooks of "Gulf Wars 1 and 2”, supported by a media tsunami (especially in France (9)) without any attempt at objectivity: the citizens are ordered to approve, not to think.   The passing days have quickly shown: . that the Libyan people were not revolting to that extent since the rebels have proved incapable of advancing beyond Benghazi without massive Franco-Anglo-American support . that the so-called rebels were more like comedy-theatre revolutionaries than fierce fighters (10) . that the US, British and ...


Gaddafi's brutality has united Libya‎


I am almost the same age as Gaddafi's regime. I was born in 1968, a year before Gaddafi came to power. The regime in Libya is built on the safety and security of Gaddafi himself. Every aspect of Libyans' lives revolves around him and no one dares to question his orders. Living in that sort of situation for so long you tend to go with the flow just to be able to achieve basic goals in your life. I joined the Libyan foreign ministry since it included opportunities for self-development: the chance of being posted abroad, of being exposed to other cultures and societies, and of ...


Libya: RAF abort attack after SAS spot Gaddafi using human shields ‎


The RAF was just moments away from obliterating civilians being used as unwitting human shields by Colonel Muammar Gaddafi when SAS ‘spotters’ aborted the mission. Tornado GR4 fighter jets were closing in on Gaddafi’s presidential compound when the covert troops saw a group of people, including journalists reported to be from CNN and Reuters. The air raid was following up a Tomahawk cruise missile strike launched against the compound by a British submarine. Unwitting: Around 300 Gaddafi supporters were in the tyrant's Tripoli compound when the SAS ordered the RAF ...


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Migrant sea route to Italy is world's most lethal
Most deaths since 2014 have occurred in Mediterranean, following clampdown on Balkan border route, IOM study findsMore than 22,500 migrants have reportedly died or disappeared globally since 2014 – more than half of them perishing while attempting to cross the Mediterranean, according to a study by the International Organisation for Migration (IOM).A clampdown on Europe’s eastern borders has forced migrants to choose more dangerous routes as the death toll in the Mediterranean continues to rise despite a drop in the overall number of arrivals, data compiled by the UN’s migration agency shows. Related: More than 1,300 migrants rescued from Mediterranean in single day Related: Number of migrants arriving in Italy from Libya falls by half in July Continue reading...
Italian minister defends methods that led to 87% drop in migrants from Libya
Interior minister Marco Minniti went to Libya in an attempt to reduce migrant flows, earning praise and condemnation in equal measure for his approachIn his eight months in office, Marco Minniti, the austere Italian interior minister, has overseen a huge reduction in the number of African migrants and refugees reaching Italian shores from Libya.At the last count in August, the figure was 87% down on the previous year. Related: African and European leaders agree action plan on migration crisis Related: The Guardian view on migration to Europe: changing routes, unchanged principles | Editorial Continue reading...
Manchester bomber's brother should be tried in UK, mayor urges May
Andy Burnham says a trial in Libya, where Hashem Abedi is in custody, would not represent justice for victimsThe Greater Manchester mayor, Andy Burnham, has expressed grave concerns after it emerged that the brother of the Manchester Arena suicide bomber will be tried in Libya.Hashem Abedi, 20, is alleged to have played a key role in the suicide bombing carried out by his older brother, Salman Abedi, which killed 22 people and injured more than 200 in May. Continue reading...
Multiple Libya peace plans are a hindrance, UN envoy to say
Ghassan Salamé is due to tell conference convened by Boris Johnson that efforts to unite country are being hamperedFears that overlapping European and Middle Eastern peace initiatives for Libya are hampering the new UN special envoy are to be aired this week at a special conference convened by the UK foreign secretary, Boris Johnson.The conference on Thursday, due to be attended by the US secretary of state, Rex Tillerson, is likely to swing behind a plan to restart political talks, including making changes to a December 2015 peace deal that has so far failed to unite warring factions in the east and west of the country. Related: Italian minister defends methods that led to 87% drop in migrants from Libya Continue reading...



 
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