What the Media Won’t Tell You About Saudi Arabia
By Ajnadin Mustafa.
Cairo, 10 September 2017:
Saif Al-Islam Qaddafi has filed a lawsuit against prominent House of Representatives (HoR) member Abubakr Buera accusing him of defamation in relation to postgraduate degree from the London School of Economics. Tobruk district court has accepted the case put forward by Saif’s lawyer Khalid Al-Zaidi, and has set a date of 16 October for a hearing.
The claim that Buera defamed Saif was presented by Zaidi after the Benghazi HoR representative challenged the legitimacy of Saif’s PhD, which he in 2008.
Buera released a statement in March 2011 to the London newspaper The Independent accusing Saif of recruiting Libyan academics to write his dissertation. He reportedly alleged that Saif had gathered an assortment of PhD graduates from what was then Benghazi’s Garyounis University (now the University of Benghazi) to help him write his doctoral thesis. Buera was a professor at Garyounis at the time and specifically named an economics professor, Ahmed Menesi, as one of Saif’s collaborators. Menesi went on to become governor of the Central Bank of Libya then Libyan ambassador to Austria.
In the article Buera called on LSE to investigate Saif’s PhD. The LSE did so, but said there was no evidence to back up the allegation.
It is not thought that Saif will turn up for the case. His current whereabouts remain something of a mystery. Since being released from house arrest and leaving Zintan, he was reported as having gone to the south of the country.
First of all I would like to thank Dennis Fetcho for having me on his radio show, he immediately made me feel at ease and to talk about Libya and other topics. Although the biggest thanks goes to Mike Goodrich who helped me to get this interview as the interviews with Ms. Spingola, Veterans Today and Brian Ruhe who all belong to the alternative media and the voice of Libya is heard. Here is the link of Inside the Eye – Live
The tears on my face have left the scars, suddenly I feel very old and tired. I talk to people all around Europe and the United States and from what I understand they have no clue of why the war happened in Libya and some who know they have no idea that the war hasn’t finished. I believed I could not be anymore surprised by the un-awareness of the people I come in contact but also by their attitude of “Shit happens” or they would say “why are you complaining isn’t it enough we freed you from a dictator?” I think to myself here we go again I have to explain to these brainwashed people how Libya was before the war and then after the war which hasn’t stopped. Today that I am writing the capital is still captive under the Misurata Militia the kidnapping is still on, the killing nothing is sacred, women are harassed there is no law. The UN backed government and the GNC is RULED BY THE MILITIA AND THE GOVERNOR BELHAJ THE MOST WANTED TERRORIST IN THE WORLD…. IS BEING GROOMED TO BECOME THE NEW LEADER OF LIBYA. BelHaj on his own has countless rapes, killings and tortures of Libyans. He is responsible for the train station in Spain, the American embassy in Sudan, was in bed with BinLaden is an asset to CIA/MI6/MOSSAD and the favourite of Qatar. His on speed dial with McCane and other scums who have looted Libya this man owned only a house in Libya in 2011 and now his a multi billionaire.
Many of our children have been kidnapped and sold outside Libya, our women have been kidnapped raped and then sold this is the FREE LIBYA THAT NATO/USA/ISRAEL wanted to install WESTERN DEMOCRACY when we already had democracy of the people.
I DO NOT APOLOGISE FOR THE HORROR THAT YOU WILL SEE BECAUSE I LIVED IT WHILE YOU WILL BE WATCHING THESE VIDEOS FROM THE COMFORT OF YOUR HOME AND YOU CAN STOP IT WHEN YOU CANNOT WATCH ANYMORE WHILE I WAS FORCED TO LIVE IT FOR SIX YEARS AND I DO NOT SEE A LIGHT OF HOPE AT THE END OF THE TUNNEL.
NOW ITS YOUR RESPONSIBILITY TO WAKE UP AND TAKE ACTION, IF YOU DON’T YOU WILL BE THE SAME COMPLICIT AS YOUR GOVERNMENT AND HAVE BLOOD IN YOUR HANDS. WHAT YOU SEE HERE ITS HAPPENING IN SYRIA, IRAQ AND NOW YEMEN….. HOW MUCH MORE DOES THE MIDDLE EAST AND NORTH AFRICA HAS TO SUFFER FOR ISRAEL TO GET THE LANDS THAT SHE BELIEVES GOD HAS PROMISED HER? HOW LONG DO YOU HAVE TO SUFFER BY PAYING TAXES FOR ISRAEL TO KEEP THE WARS GOING ON? WHAT DO WE HAVE TO DO TO MAKE YOU WAKE UP AND TAKE ACTION? NOT FOR ME BUT FOR HUMANITY?
If you would like to find out more about the holocaust of Libya please support the link and I suggest that you read this PDF file Complaint about the implications of the implementation of the Resolution of the General National Congress of Libya (GNCL) No.(7/2012) in Bani Walid
Written by: SafaAlharathy
The Libyan people have a history of fierce resistance against foreign intervention. Heroic stories of men and woman symbolized in Sheikh of martyrs Omar al-Mukhtar set a great inspiration to the rest of the world and a school for Libyan generation to come.
Amongst them was a spirited woman who demonstrated remarkable bravery in resisting the Italian invaders in her own unique way.
Salima Bint al-Muqwas, a woman from the Nuwayl tribe in southern Libya in Fezzan region, was well known to the Europeans and French in particular as Joan of Arc of the Arabs.
She became famous in February 1912 after her legendary participation in the battle of Gargarish against the Italian fascists. Her courageous performance in the battle had amazed the French reporter Paul Tristan of French newspaper La Marseille, who was struck by her character that he presented her a sword.
From her small town in the south, she made her way to Tripoli, trekking for miles through a large arid desert and under the scorching sun. She was forced to walk half the journey with 12 other women who set off with her to heed the nation’s call to fight the Italian occupiers.
Armed with a long stick and firm belief, she attended all battles against the Italian occupation in Tripoli, moving around the battle ground to instill courage among the Mujahidin and put fear into the heart of the enemy, chanting and singing with an enthusiastic spirit, reminding resistance fighters of the immutable truth taught by history that victory and independence always belong to the right holders.
Alan Ostler, an English journalist, mentioned her in his book “The Arabs in Tripoli.” He told how she would run in the direction of the battle in a hurry to advance the men. At one time she was hit by a fragment of cannon on her hand; she kept on waving it while blood ran out in all directions, calling men into the battle. He described her as an African war goddess.
She was always keen on being in the right place at the right time during the colonial period, which made her a model of commitment and dedication.