Had anyone argued in early 2011 that Libyan "Brother Leader" Muammar Gaddafi would soon be forced out of power, they would have been labeled dreamers at best, insane at worst.
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Al Qaeda Plants Its Flag in Libya (PROPAGANDA?)
It was here at the courthouse in Benghazi where the first spark of the Libyan revolution ignited. It’s the symbolic seat of the revolution; post-Gaddafi Libya’s equivalent of Egypt’s Tahrir Square. And it was here, in the tumultuous months of civil war, that the ragtag rebel forces established their provisional government and primitive, yet effective, media centre from which to tell foreign journalists about their “fight for freedom.”
Benghazi, Libya Al Qaeda and United Monarchy flags over Benghazi Courthouse 30 10 2011 Libya Libye Libia
US Congressman Dennis Kucinich on Al-Qaeda flag over Benghazi Courthouse In Libya
It was here at the courthouse in Benghazi where the first spark of the Libyan revolution ignited.
Al Qaeda Plants Its Flag In Libya
Obviously can't be totally sure, but yes I personally think it's fake/propaganda. I'm not good at photoshop stuff but some comments mentioned that it looked suspicious. by Nov 15
Thanks for posting. Do you think it was photoshopped or a planted article? by Nov 12
flag debunked in comments
Achim: Apart from Sherif Elhelwa no other journalist has spotted the
Abdurrahim al-Keib named new interim PM
31 October 2011Last updated at 20:02 ET
Libya interim leader: No place for extremism
Leon Panetta, the US defence secretary, has warned Libya's leaders they face a long struggle in emerging from decades of dictatorship and uniting the rival militias that still hold sway over many parts of the country. Panetta, the first Pentagon chief ever to set foot in Libya, said Washington would support the new government's efforts to take control of the oil-producing nation two months after the death of Muammar Gaddafi, but did not offer specific aid. "This will be a long and difficult transition, but I am confident that you will succeed," he said after meeting Libya's interim prime minister, Abdurrahim el-Keib. "I'm confident they [the interim leaders] are taking the right steps to reach out to all of these groups and bring them together so they will be part of one Libya and one defence system." Panetta's comments came as the UN security council lifted sanctions on Libya's central bank and its foreign investment bank, to ease the country's cash crisis.
US defence secretary warns Libya of struggle ahead | World news
In Libya, new figures are emerging in political and military circles during this transitional period; some even command wide appeal. However, a handful of these people are sparking controversy because of their past.
Libya's controversial rising star - Africa
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Profile: Libyan rebel commander Abdel Hakim Belhaj
Abdelhakim Belhadj (Arabic: عبد الحكيم بالحاج, nom de guerre: Abu Abdallah Assadaq) (born 1 May 1966) is a Libyan politician and military leader.
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Libyan Youth in the Revolution: video reports from Libya by Rachel Beth Anderson
UPDATE POSTED: Check out the update tab to see new video, RACHEL IS BACK IN LIBYA! Shortcut to kickstarter campaign: www.LibyaTrueStory.com Rachel Anderson, an American journalist who was embedded with several youth groups in Libya in Feb/Mar 2011, returns to document and file weekly reports on the real life experiences of how the revolution is affecting the young fighters and activists.
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Oh hai all the protesters out there, we have followed closely the events and we want to provide you with some helpful hints.The revolution will not be televised, all information will be on the internet.But to get it there is one thing, to have it stay there is an entirely other thing.So here is a collection of tools and links that will help you get your message out: Contents: 1.
A few useful tools to help the Revolutions
Google launches 'Speak to Tweet' service in Libya
Big internet company from the United States, Google, appeared to be a mouthpiece for the people of Libya. Google ever did it during the regime of President of Egypt, Hosni Mubarak cut off internet connection. Now, Libya under the power of President Muammar al-Gaddafi also blocked Internet services, including social networking site Twitter.
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The Power of Nightmares (Part 1)
Very interesting bbc documentary on the history of Al-Qaida and neoconcervatism. by Nov 15