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مع33ضدّ   أنا راض عن الوضع السياسي في ليبيا. لا يوجد سبب ليتردد. على سبيل المثال، لأنه ... (كتبت إذا أردت أن أكتب لماذا، من هنا), positive
مع1ضدّ   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
مع0ضدّ   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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Ross Kemp: Libya’s Migrant Hell review – a deeply powerful plea
The actor’s style may be as subtle as a sledgehammer, but it’s just right for an issue as huge, horrifying and urgent as the refugee crisis. Plus: Inside No 9 returnsRoss Kemp loves danger the way the rest of us love suspending our disbelief in front of a long-running BBC soap. So, it’s no surprise that after pursuing gangs, pirates, Isis fighters, British troops in Afghanistan, illegal loggers in the Amazon, drug dealers, Tiffany and a whole lot of publicity, the actor-turned-investigative-journalist turns his attention to the deadliest migrant route in the world. The 1,000 miles of Libyan desert, a journey more dangerous than the sea, followed by the treacherous Mediterranean crossing from Tripoli to Italy in rubber boats unfit for purpose. Three thousand people make this journey every week. Twelve die each day.In Ross Kemp: Libya’s Migrant Hell (Sky1, 9pm), which should really be called Refugees’ Libyan Hell, he tracks the route with his usual brawn studded with the occasi
NGO rescues off Libya encourage traffickers, says EU borders chief
Head of Frontex calls for rescue operations in Med to be re-evaluated and says NGOs work ineffectively with security agenciesNGOs who rescue people in the sea off Libya are encouraging traffickers who profit from dangerous Mediterranean crossings, the head of the EU border agency Frontex has said.Speaking to Germany’s Die Welt newspaper, Fabrice Leggeri called for rescue operations to be re-evaluated and accused NGOs of ineffectively cooperating with security agencies against human traffickers. Related: Bodies of dozens of people wash ashore in western Libya Continue reading...
Refugee women and children 'beaten, raped and starved in Libyan hellholes'
Militia-run detention centres in Libya are ‘no more than forced labour camps and makeshift prisons’, Unicef saysWomen and children making the dangerous journey to Europe to flee poverty and conflicts in Africa are being beaten, raped and starved in “living hellholes” in Libya, the United Nations children’s agency, Unicef, has said.Children are being sexually abused, coerced into prostitution and work, and held to ransom for months in squalid, overcrowded detention centres, as they flee war and poverty in Africa to undertake one of the most dangerous journeys in the world to Europe, the agency warned in a new report. Related: EU urged to end cooperation with Sudan after refugees whipped and deported Related: Ending the Dubs scheme will put child refugees at the mercy of traffickers | Aidan McQuade Continue reading...
The Guardian view on refugees: don’t set them up to fail | Editorial
There is understandable concern for asylum seekers embarking on dangerous journeys. But the treatment they receive in their new home is just as importantTo become an asylum seeker in Europe is to have overcome adversity. First, to have survived the dangers in your homeland and found a means of escape. Then to have survived the journey and reached your destination. Only this week, Unicef warned that women and children were being raped, beaten and starved in Libyan detention centres. Last year, more than 5,000 migrants died attempting to cross the Mediterranean, and Balkan countries shut their borders, blocking many who had hoped to reach northern Europe. To have your claim recognised, and to become a refugee, is harder still. It means negotiating a complicated, alien and unforgiving system which often gets it wrong; around 30% of refusals in Britain are overturned in the courts. So refugee status is a mark not only of suffering but of the ability to withstand it.The attention already gi



 
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