Starting from scratch: Libyans struggle to build a civil society
Jul 17, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Christian Science Monitor
A Libyan woman walks through the ruins in Sirte, Libya, Monday, July 16. Sirte, the hometown of the country's late dictator Muammar Qaddafi and the last regime stronghold to fall during the revolution last year still suffers from the effects of the Libyan civil war.
#1 Jul 17, 2012
Every time i hear word dictator i put a big smile because i and million others know that not even single bad word or article can do no harm to man of the 21st century Muammar Gaddafi a true hero that will never be forgotten and that is eating all worlds evil governments that have helped destroy once beautiful Libya and kill thousands innocent lifes for their own agendas , i spit on them!!!! Allah Muammar Libya Great Jamahirya like 1969 !!!!
#12 Jul 17, 2012
He was no good. Libya should have been better then UAE instead Gaddafi decided to run it like Iraq.
why didnt we get rid of him sooner.
Im glad he is gone.
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