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For years ‘France’, to a common man in the Muslim world was associated with the Eiffel Tower and the French Fries, however in recent years it has begun to be associated with negative connotations. Having already [...]
At a press conference in Tripoli on Aug. 26, a statement read aloud by top Libyan rebel commander Abdel Hakim Belhadj was reassuring. Just a few months ago, disorganized and leaderless rebel fighters seemed to have [...]
The governments of the West were firmly coddled up to the Gaddafi regime up until February this year. A new day, a new set of friends. As the NTC hosts what has been called the “Friends of [...]
As the battle for parts of Tripoli and swathes of Libya continues, the “international community” has released $1.5 billion of Libyan assets, much of which will basically be used by the National Transitional Council (NTC). It [...]
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 [...]