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سياسي ليبي. | A member of the GNP representing Ajdabiya and the leader of the National Front Party (Jabha).
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ARA: محمد يوسف المقريف (مواليد بنغازي، ليبيا 1940) هو أكاديمي ومؤرخ وسياسي وديبلوماسي ليبي شغل منصب رئيس المؤتمر الوطني العام الليبي منذ أغسطس 2012 إلى أن قدم استقالته في مايو 2013 امتثالًا لقانون العزل السياسي. ويعد المقريف من أقدم وأبرز المعارضين لحكم العقيد معمر القذافي الذي حكم ليبيا لأربعة عقود. فقد عارضه منذ عام 1980 عندما قدم استقالته من منصب سفير ليبا لدى الهند وأعلن انفصاله عن نظام القذافي احتجاجا على انتهاكات حقوق الإنسان وتدمير ...
مع33ضدّ   في رأيي Mohammed Magariaf هو سياسي جيد جدا. انه / انها تحظى بتأييد بلدي!, positive
مع33ضدّ   أنا ضد! Mohammed Magariaf هو سوء الاختيار. أنا لا أتفق مع وجهات نظره السياسية., negative
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Readout of the President’s Call with Libyan President Magariaf


President Obama called President Mohamed Magariaf of Libya this evening, their first conversation since President Magariaf’s election last month. President Obama thanked President Magariaf for extending his condolences for the tragic deaths of Ambassador Chris Stevens, Sean Smith, and two other State Department officers in Benghazi yesterday. He also expressed appreciation for the cooperation we have received from the Libyan government and people in responding to this outrageous attack, and said that the Libyan government must continue to work with us to assure the security of our ...


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