16 Things Libya Will Never See Again

This information was posted online by Saya on October 24, 2011 There is no electricity bill in Libya; electricity is free for all its citizens. There is no interest on loans, banks in Libya are state-owned and loans given to all its citizens at zero percent interest by law. Having a home considered a humanContinue reading “16 Things Libya Will Never See Again”

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Could racism towards Black Africans be intrinsic to Arab culture?

This is a question which emerges from a note that Kevin Bismark Cobman posted online, further to racist attitudes of the National Transitional Council – NTC in Libya towards Black Africans and the Arab world apparent silence to such racism. On this platform we published our views, particularly when all the news were expressing outrageContinue reading “Could racism towards Black Africans be intrinsic to Arab culture?”

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NTC leaders: Can you stop the slaughter of Black people in the New Libya?

On 31/8/11, Colette Braeckman, a Belgian journalist, wrote a note in French on the plight of Black people in the New Libya, only days after Gaddafi had been overthrown from Tripoli. The course of events, particularly in reference to what might come to be called revenge killings in the future, reminds of what happened toContinue reading “NTC leaders: Can you stop the slaughter of Black people in the New Libya?”

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A necessary UN no-fly zone over UK further to ongoing riots in London and other British cities!

Satires are a form of telling a story. The following one tries to link London riots with what has been happening in Libya since the NATO bombing started in that country a few months ago now. Hundreds of young people are involved in the lawlessness situation that major cities in UK are experiencing since aContinue reading “A necessary UN no-fly zone over UK further to ongoing riots in London and other British cities!”

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Putting Out Fire With Gasoline In Libya

By Susan Lindauer War doesn’t work, does it? Best case scenario, NATO’s war against Libya will run 18 to 24 months unless decisive action is taken right now—this day—to end the military confrontation. Moussa  Koussa, Libya’s Foreign Minister who defected to Britain on March 30, warns Libya is in danger of becoming the “New Somalia.”

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