حزب العدالة والبناء حزب سياسي ليبي، يصف نفسه بأنه "ذو مرجعية اسلامية"، يعتبر الذراع السياسية لجماعة الإخوان المسلمين - فرع ليبيا.
القادة محمد حسن صوان (رئيس) مروان ابوبيضه نائب الرئيس
الأيديولوجيا إسلام سياسي
The Justice and Construction Party or Justice and Development Party (Arabic: حزب العدالة والبناء, Hizb Al-Adala Wal-Bina) is the Muslim Brotherhood's political party in Libya. It was officially founded on 3 March 2012 in Tripoli. The party advocates Islamism.
Leader: Mohamed Sowan
Spokesperson: Mohamed Gaair
Founded: 3 March 2012
Ideology: Islamism, ...
أعلن حزب العدالة والبناء في ليبيا عن رفضه لعمليات التفجير التي شهدتها منطقة حي الزهور بطرابلس واغتيال أحد ضباط الجيش الوطني بمدينة درنة يوم أمس الثلاثاء وكذلك رفض كل عمليات الاغتيال وتفخيخ السيارات والقتل خارج إطار القانون التي تحصل في البلاد طوال الفترة الماضية.
وفي بيان أصدره تلقت المنارة نسخة منه طالب الحزب الحكومة ...
amalia - في استطلاع الراي Justice and Construction Party
The Guardian view on the Arab spring: it could happen again | Editorial The Arab world is home to 5% of the global population, but accounts for half of all terrorist attacks. With poverty outpacing the growth in numbers of young people and democracy crushed, a revolt could re-emergeThis month marks six years since the beginning of the Arab spring, a series of events that were meant to be a major turning point in the modern Middle East. It was the self-immolation of a Tunisian street vendor and his death on 4 January that initiated a revolutionary year. The subsequent protests energised ordinary Arabs, who recovered, it seemed, a popular self-confidence diminished by six decades of autocracy. The Arab street was honoured for its people’s courage and determination, inspiring movements across the world. Protesters did not just voice their complaints, it was said, they changed the world. Four Arab leaders fell. Yet six short years on those dreams are now in tatters. In Egypt, the most populous Arab nation, a counter-revolution has returned a military dictato
Libyan hijackers surrender after release of hostages from plane diverted to Malta Hostages freed without violence after hijackers using a replica hand grenade and pistols took control of Afriqiyah Airways flightTwo men loyal to the late Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi hijacked a domestic flight with a replica hand grenade and pistols and forced the pilot to fly to Malta, reportedly claiming they wanted publicity for a new political party before letting passengers and crew leave the plane unharmed.The four-hour standoff with negotiators from Malta and Libya ended on Friday when the two men came out of the Afriqiyah Airways plane with a crewmember who was their final hostage, and were led away in handcuffs.Hijackers surrendered, searched and taken in custody.Following the news re #Afriqiyah Airways @Maltairport, I appeal for everyone to remain calm and follow official updates Continue reading...
Hijackers surrender after forcing Libyan plane to fly to Malta – video report Two Gaddafi loyalists who hijacked an internal Libyan flight with hand grenades on Friday have surrendered. The hijackers forced the pilot to fly to Malta. They have been arrested by authorities after allowing all the passengers and crew to leave the plane without violenceLibyan hijackers agree to release 65 hostages from plane diverted to Malta Continue reading...
Dreaming of Europe: the last young man left in a Senegalese village Life is lonely and humiliating for Goundo Wandianga, 21, whose friends and twin brother have all gone to seek their fortunesGoundo Wandianga is the only young man left in his village. Or at least, that’s what it feels like.He spends his days lounging under mango trees in his family’s small village in Casamance, the southern region of Senegal, playing on his phone, doing odd jobs for his mother, and dreaming about Europe. Continue reading...