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Libyan Opposition: Any Lessons from Egypt?
The killing of Gaddafi and images of his blood stained body being dragged on the streets of Sirte, has had a profound impact in Cairo, which itself witnessed the removal of a tyrant not long ago. The [...]
Gaddafi, Imperialism and Western Hypocrisy
David Cameron’s statement regarding the killing of Moammar al-Gaddafi will go down as another piece of brash hypocrisy, which would be breathtaking if it was not so expected from the British premier. He mentioned that he [...]
In Memory of the Criminal Gaddafi: Some of his atrocities against the people
Though Muammar al-Gaddafi was as recently as early 2011 a friend of the West, co-operating with the British and Americans in particular on security issues as well as opening up the Libyan economy to corporate interests, [...]
The Conquest of Tripoli
The fall of much of Tripoli on Sunday was greeted with joy by many, especially the crowds of thousands who were gathered in Liberation Square in Benghazi. The chants in unison were the calls “There is [...]