Former Libya president Muammar Gaddafi is one of Africa's most influential person and well respected by other African leaders before he was assassinated during his reign. However, Libya experienced political unrest after he was murdered in 2011.Libya did went through actually a major change in fortune prior to 2011 and post-2011.
The Great Man-made River was one of Gaddafi's biggest projects during his 40-two year rule as the Libya leader.His aim were to make good water available to everybody, and to make Libya autonomous to produce food green.
On Wednesday, February 17, the official anniversary of the revolt, Tripoli's Martyr's Square was crowded.The Libyan Berbers, who are hard to estimate but who cross four millions, are always wondering where they occupy their position in society.
In no foreign nation can I go into exile.Here in Libya, I was born and here I am going to die.It was a dessert and I transformed it into a forest that can produce everything.Nobody more than its people loves this country.
On October 20, 2011, Colonel Muammar Gaddafi was dragged from a drain pipe, tortured and killed. Libya's self-proclaimed "Brother Leader", the one-time revolutionary who overthrew a king and promised a country governed by the people, met his end at the hands of a new generation of revolutionaries - Libyans seeking an end to Gaddafi's often brutal 42-year rule. What the Libyan people were suffering under Gaddafi was far more painful and brutal than what the Tunisian people were suffering under Ben Ali or the
An officer of the Libyan armed forces, Gaddafi came to power during the 1969 coup, which overthrew the monarchy.It is immediately distinguished by a proactive policy aimed at achieving the objectives of social pan-Arabism.
Having lived in Libya for 25 years, I have been able to document some of the late Libyan leader’s achievements. I actually enjoyed some of the benefits as an expatriate. · Gaddafi’s so called ‘open door policy’ from 1979 to 2011 allowed African migrants to enter Libya through the desert without visa to work without work and residence visas. · In Libya a home was considered a natural human right during Gaddafi’s era. Gaddafi built a 2 bedroom apartment homes for all citizens
YouThe question should be whether he was a dictator who sponsored terrorists or was he really a hero. Gaddafi is one of those dark knights who stood up for his people but was ethically wrong on so many levels and yet he had the audacity to think of uniting the entire of Africa for the good. Till the time he was in power, Gaddafi held Libya together and gave its people benefits no country had even heard of. To begin with he believed that having a home was the basic need and right for every individual. In a publication
The Libyan authorities have captured three suspects for executing a man by setting him ablaze, the interior ministry has said. The inside service is cited as saying that the three Libyans, all in their 30s, raged a Tripoli industrial facility where African transients were working, confined one of the laborers, a Nigerian, poured petroleum on him and set him ablaze. The head of mission for the Worldwide Association for Relocation tweeted that he was "astonished" at what he called "one more silly wrongdoing