Anton Goryunov reports from Tripoli in Libya and all the assets of Muammar Gaddafi. This post is about democracy now and Saudi Arabia and takes a good look at Sharia Law as the questions fire out between the Middle East and North Africa. Read all about Barack Obama, Nicolas Sarkozy and naturally the Libyan people.
There are a lot of things about Libya and Muammar Gaddafi that they do not want you to know about. And it is keeping people in Tripoli and the Libyan leaders many of whom are from Saudi Arabia and friends with Barack Obama, Nicolas Sarkozy and various other people from the Middle Eastern areas up all night worrying. Millions of the residents and dictators had support for Muammar al-Qathafi which is creating exclusion in certain areas of the country. This is notably changing the way political affairs are being conducted in Libya. Many people are living a life of fear, the policies make them feel penned in and the United States are doing there best to challenge what Russia describes as terrorist militia. Also there are new deals happening over the price of barrels of oil in Europe, meetings have been made with Prime Minister Joseph Muscat to sell at a reasonable price the barrels to make things better. And to sweeten the deal its happening on shores where additional charges will be avoided. Libyan people have been like us talking about it for years no ever since the Sharia Law in Libya came into fruition. The Middle East and North Africa are all helping each other thrive in support of Saudi Arabia with the approval of Barack Obama and Nicolas Sarkozy who approved of the Muslim Brotherhood, this as we know now is changing public opinions in places like Tripoli. And the problems currently facing the Muslim Brotherhood.
- Libyan people totally dissatisfied (english.pravda.ru)
- Libya's turmoil revealed in feud for custody of Gaddafi's son (worldbulletin.net)
- Death Sentences and the International Criminal Court (counterpunch.org)
- We Don't Really Hear Much About Libya These Days. Now Why Is That? (stirringtroubleinternationally.com)
- Libyan Report Libya (23/07/2013): Freedom for Saif al-Islam Gaddafi (libyaagainstsuperpowermedia.com)