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Keyword: Muammar Qaddafi

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Daily News Analysis

Libya descends into chaos as Qaddafi launches war against protesters

Crescent International

Rabi' al-Awwal 22, 14322011-02-25

The 10-day Libyan revolution has taken a bloody turn, as Qaddafi mobilizes paramilitary groups against protesters demonstrating for regime change.

News & Analysis

UK to Libya: let’s make a deal

Adam Khan Yusufzai

Ramadan 11, 14302009-09-01

Beyond the moralizing statements by British and Scottish officials about the release of a sick and dying Libyan, AbdelBasit Ali al-Megrahi from a Scottish prison is the more earthly question of naked British commercial interests...

Occupied Arab World

US secures Qaddafi’s submission as an example to other countries

M.A. Shaikh

Dhu al-Hijjah 10, 14242004-02-01

When a US secretary of state tells an Arab country to follow Libya’s example, and a US president praises colonel Mu’ammar Qaddafi for his "wise" and "responsible" decision, the view that the Bush administration’s foreign policy is fundamentally and cynically imperial is reinforced.

Occupied Arab World

Libya robbed and humiliated as Qaddafi sells out to US

M.A. Shaikh

Rajab 04, 14242003-09-01

Colonel Mu’ammar Qaddafi’s humiliating attempts in the last several years to woo the US have culminated in his country’s formal acceptance of responsibility for the bombing of Pan Am flight 103 over Lockerbie, Scotland, in 1988.

Occupied Arab World

Qaddafi exploits his ‘African connections’ to promote secularism in Sudan

Crescent International

Jumada' al-Ula' 11, 14222001-08-01

Colonel Mu’ammar Qaddafi, Brother Leader of the Revolution in Libya, arrived in Khartoum on July 17 for two days of talks with president Omar Hassan al-Bashir in connection with the peace proposals sponsored jointly by his country and Egypt.


Qaddafi makes slow progress towards a pan-African confederation

Abul Fadl

Dhu al-Hijjah 20, 14212001-03-16

Amid continuing scepticism over the possibility of a pan-African confederation, some 40 heads of state and government have pledged to speed up the birth of an African union.


Lockerbie conviction proves nothing

Crescent International

Dhu al-Qa'dah 22, 14212001-02-16

The decision of the three judges sitting in the special Scottish court in Zeist, Holland, to convict one Libyan for responsibility of the Lockerbie bombing, and to acquit the other, may cynically (but realistically) be seen as a politically astute judgement, giving every party involved some ground for satisfaction.

Occupied Arab World

Qaddafi talks to the west with help of Libya’s former colonial master

Crescent International

Ramadan 08, 14201999-12-16

During his recent official visit to Libya, prime minister Massimo D’Alema of Italy, the North African country’s former colonial ruler, had the agreeable experience of seeing Mu’ammar Qaddafi trying to ingratiate himself to the west by pledging to join the west’s war on Islam and using his influence to unlock African doors for Rome.

Occupied Arab World

Qaddafi still dangerous after 30 years in charge

Crescent International

Jumada' al-Akhirah 21, 14201999-10-01

After 30 years as a false revolutionary, Colonel Mu’ammar Qaddafi is now marketing himself as an African hero and a hater of ‘everything Arab’, opening a racial can of worms with the potential of dividing the Muslims of the continent and setting ‘Arab’ against ‘African’ on a larger stage.

Occupied Arab World

Qaddafi pitches in as Christian aid groups re-target Sudan

M.A. Shaikh

Muharram 15, 14201999-05-01

In his born-again African phase following his recent rejection of Arab nationalism as a racist concept - and perhaps mindful also of the possibility of international rehabilitation following his sending of the Lockerbie suspects to trial in the Netherlands - Libyan leader colonel Mu’ammar Qaddafi seems to be joining in the west’s crusade against Sudan.

Occupied Arab World

Libya finally bows to western blackmail, sends Lockerbie suspects to trial

Crescent International

Dhu al-Hijjah 29, 14191999-04-16

Libya, a international pariah for nearly seven years, received a guarded welcome back into the international community this month. The rehabilitation came after the two Libyan nationals accused by the US and Britain of involvement in the bombing of Pan Am Flight 103 over Lockerbie, Scotland, on December 21, 1988...


Britain and US reverse Lockerbie decision in wake of embassy bombings

Humayun Chaudhry

Jumada' al-Ula' 10, 14191998-09-01

The British foreign Office announced on August 24 that an agreement between the US and Britain had been reached to allow two Libyans accused of the 1988 Lockeribe bombing, to be tried at The Hague, Netherlands.

Occupied Arab World

Qaddafi survives yet another attempt on his life

M.S. Ahmed

Rabi' al-Awwal 07, 14191998-07-01

Why has Mu’ammar Qaddafi managed to survive so many assassination attempts during his 28-year rule? Could it have anything to do with his all-female bodyguards, who have been described ‘wearing their kalashnikovs like Gucci fashion accessories’...


Vatican-Libya ties as Brother-Leader Qaddafi vows to fight Islam

Our Own Correspondent

Safar 10, 14181997-03-16

Only one day after colonel Mu’ammar Qaddafi had vowed publicly to fight ‘terrorism’ and destroy all traces of religion in his country’s politics, the Vatican announced the establishment of ambassadorial-level diplomatic relations with Libya.

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