Category Archives: Kadhafi

Who’s playing with the Imam Sadr case and why?

Is Kuwait trying to scapegoat the Palestinians? Franklin Lamb Graphics by Alex Beirut — The Imam Musa Sadr, Sheik Mohammad Yaacoub, and journalist Abbas Badreddine case, like the Tell Tale Heart in Edgar Allen’s Poe novel, will not stop crying … Continue reading

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Behind the Scenes: Syrian Opposition Funded from Gaddafi’s Secret Accounts

Local Editor According to sources close to Dar Al Iftaa in Beirut, those who tried to attack Sheikh Khalifeh in Mohammad Al Amin Mosque last week, did that upon a request from the Al-Mustaqbal party leadership. The Iftaa circles said … Continue reading

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Remember Libyan Jamahiriya

Source  Libya was a self-sufficient, prosperous state which collapsed two years ago. It makes remember the dramatic events and what it resulted in. First of all, it was a new type of war, a «virtual revolution» and the United Nations … Continue reading

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Western Hypocrisy and Double Standards

Source      The French military operation in Mali has brought to the fore the blatant double standards in the approach of certain Western nations to the whole question of terrorism. In the case of Mali, France, with the support of Britain, … Continue reading

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It seems Libya is missing Gaddafi

Libyan new rulers fear second revolution against ‘revolution’   New rulers are under attack for lack of reforms, face protests on February 15 being touted by some as ‘second revolution’.   Middle East Online http://www.middle-east-online.com/english/?id=56783 By Youssef Ba – TRIPOLI … Continue reading

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Post-Gaddafi Libya at Heart of Regional Violence

Dogon ethnic group women walk back to the village on 1 February 2013 in Binta. (Photo: Eric Fefenberg – AFP)   By: Abdullah Elmaazi Published Sunday, February 3, 2013   What comes to pass along Libya’s vast southern border can … Continue reading

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Allies in Libya, Enemies in Mali

An English-language manual for installing a laser sight on a gun, believed to belong to Islamist rebels, lies in the courtyard of local resident Issa Dembele’s house in Diabaly Jan. 23, 2013. (photo by REUTERS/Joe Penney) By: Ali Hashem for … Continue reading

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