Service of Magharebia
By: Saloua Charfi
The recognition of the Libyan National Transitional Council (NTC) by the international community is vital to strengthen the legality of the new Libyan authority.
When a legitimate power is… more
By: Nadjet Guen
Until the very recent past, Libya was only known for its oil and fugitive Colonel. No one had ever heard about its Council’s rebels who became as famous as Western… more
By: Nadia Afettat
The Libyan national transitional Council is a temporary organization, composed of a group of individuals who work together to take part in the exercise of power during a specific period… more
By: Mohamed Mohamedou Khattat
Even after Kadhafi is chased from power and tracked down, and his family is exiled willingly or forcibly to Algeria, Niger or elsewhere, it is still undeniable that 42 years… more
about 1 year ago
Hello my friends. I am now studying the Syrian strategy in order to help peoples succeed their revolutions quickly. And after the Moroccan democratic elections, I will work on this topic as well. Believe me, the day Gaddafi will be caught, the region, and the entire world, will automatically become stable, since they will get rid of this crazy man who terrorized us for 40 years, and whose crimes crossed all red lines.
Democratization and stability are not likely to be achieved any time soon in the region, as its peoples still have a long way to go before reaching this wisdom. Actually, not only there are no guarantees on the success of the “Arab revolts”, but the well-established corrupt systems will, in all likelihood, survive after the fallen dictators. Finally, the NTC’s recognition can only be the beginning of something totally unknown to us today. Therefore, let’s wait and see before predicting any prognosis that can only be risky, especially given the current blurry context. Deyloule aka Rajoul Algemaa.
North African dictators are close relatives, and are related by blood ties and the bloodbath that always existed. Today, each one of them is going through that. Ben Ali, Gaddafi and Mubarak are out; Bouteflika will die; and only Rabat’s King is left.
The international community is composed by the United States, England and France. Libya will never be democratic, as that doesn’t suit the West. The NTC is a group of pawns that were well-selected by the West. If you are journalists, please show the public opinion the background of al-Jazeera’s chief JIBRIL, who was imposed by the United States and the Zionism; show his history up until today.
Run away from Arab countries, there is only poverty there.
Gaddafi was a clown and a dictator, may Allah have mercy on his soul. However, I love him because he was also a bone in the throat of the Arab leaders who are serving the United States, Israel and the French neo-colonialism. The Libyan Rebellion is actually a power struggle between tyrants and tripolitans. Tribes are opposing each other, and it’s Sarkozy and Cameron who will always win. Instead of talking about the revolution, the winners and the losers, you should talk about the NATO bombings against the people, and the atrocities that are committed in Tripoli. Let’s strive to unite the Libyan people and ensure their future. “Take care of your brothers first, and don’t let the Jews fool you”.
It’s good to rebel and demand democracy. I am very happy. Women should also fight instead of taking care of their appearances under their chadors. Ban baksheesh in the Great Maghreb. That’s also winning a big battle.
Arab dictators and their servants never had the right knowledge and visions. Dictators hire other dictators, and this century’s bloodthirsty individuals fail to understand history and lack humanism. This applies to Arab states, kingdoms and nations that are all mere dorms. Zionists claim that Arabs don’t understand or learn anything, have no vision, and bend to any path, and that’s why the state of Israel has always won wars, and dictators became brown-nosers.
Long live the revolutions of all peoples aspiring for the respect of human rights and freedoms. We, the so-called Arab peoples, like the peoples of our beautiful AFRICA, have been long mistreated by our poor brothers, so the cork had to pop out to achieve our desires in the world. This freedom of expression won’t prevent us from being tolerant Muslims who love others. My diversity is a rich asset that I fully enjoy. But my African brothers are pointing fingers at me. Let’s be united despite our differences, but not like the King of wind Gaddafi did it.
I am asking the national council to set a date for the beginning of the academic year in secondary schools in Tripoli. Please, I am begging you, we want a specific date. Thank you.
The transitional council inspired
I am Aya from Algiers. Greetings to Arabs, and glory and immortality for the righteous martyrs.
بن نعوم ابراهيم
about 1 year ago
The international community is eagerly seeking to recognize the Libyan Council, not for the sake of Libya’s security or out of love for Libyans, but rather to obtain a favorable position in the country to achieve their own interests in terms of economy, oil and geography. The prevailing chaos in Libya will not save Libyans from the impact of the autocratic individual rule, because people in the NTC and in the street do not believe in living as neighbors, ties of kinship, or collaboration… They are rather overwhelmed with the euphoria of revenge and domination, and nothing else. Libya will not achieve democratic governance, at least not in the near future, because people do not realize the meaning of quantity… They are scattered tribes across an arid desert rich in oil, and lacking reason, logic and science. History has many examples of that.
I don’t care about this matter.
The Arab world was under colonialism before, and now it’s under a new form of it.
about 1 year ago
The eagerness of the international community, especially the West, to recognize the Libyan transitional Council is risky, because they only aim to share the oil cake. Therefore, we should warn our Libyan brothers, especially of the NATO leaders, eager parties and brown-nosers. We, in the Arab Maghreb, stand as soldiers to defend this struggling and proud nation. We should firmly face anyone considering attacking the free Libya. As for democratization in the entire Arab world, it shouldn’t contradict our noble religion, as it’s an extraneous concept.
Don’t mention the King and people of Morocco.
Libya is free. We should keep talking about the topic.
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