Libya

Gaddafi son should be tried in Libya first: minister

Saif al-Islam Gaddafi will not escape justice and should be tried in Libya for murder, corruption and "many things" before an international court questions him, the country's interim justice minister

 

NATO Concludes Libya Mission After Seven Months

NATO ends its military operation in Libya at midnight on Monday, seven months after launching an air and sea campaign that helped bring the overthrow and death of Muammar Gaddafi. In announcing

 

ICC warns Libya's Saif al-Islam against fleeing

The International Criminal Court said on Saturday Saif al-Islam Gaddafi was in contact through intermediaries about surrendering for trial, but it also had information mercenaries were trying to

 

Libya Lifts Ban on Polygamy as Fears Grow of an Islamic State

International Business Times 31 October 2011
By Anissa Haddadi

The announcement that the new Libyan state will be based on Sharia law and the lifting of the ban on polygamy have put the Western countries that supported the NATO mission in Libya and the National

 

Libya: Saif al-Islam moves into Niger in quest to surrender to ICC

telegraph.co.uk 28 October 2011

Following the grisly death of his father, Muammar Gaddafi's 39-year-old heir-apparent has taken refuge among Sahara nomads and is seeking a safe haven abroad. A senior Libyan official in the

 

Islamic Winter: Tunisian and Libyan 'liberation' leads to Sharia

ChristianNewsToday.com 27 October 2011

The "Arab Spring" was predictably hailed by naive Western leaders as a positive development that would finally bring true Western-style democratic freedom to the masses of the Middle East.

But more than one analyst, including top Israeli officials, have warned that the Arab Spring is about to give birth to the Islamic Winter.

 

Moammar Gadhafi’s Son Saif al-Islam Wants to Surrender to ICC: Report

Moammar Gadhafi's son Saif al-Islam wants to surrender to the International Criminal Court, which has indicted him for war crimes, Reuters reported Wednesday night. Saif al-Islam, 39, has proposed

 

The Left’s Worst Crime in the Middle East

Canada Free Press 26 October 2011
By Daniel Greenfield

The left’s worst crime in the Middle East has been its support for the region’s Arab-Muslim majority at the expense of its minorities. It has supported the majority’s terrorism, atrocities, ethnic cleansing and repression of the region’s minorities. Very rarely has it raised a voice in their support, and when it has done so, it was in muted tones completely different from their vigorous defenses of the nationalism of the Arab Muslim majority.

 

Video: Geller: Reading the real Qur'an

Jihad Watch 26 October 2011

In "Reading the Real Qur'an" in the American Thinker this morning, Pamela Geller reads into the "real translation" that Islamic apologist Mike Ghouse gave her on the Sean Hannity Show last Friday night:

Last Friday I was on the Sean Hannity Show, debating Muslim activist Michael Ghouse on the future of Libya.

 

Letter from Prince Charles to Gaddafi found

Female First 26 October 2011

A letter from Britain's Prince Charles to Libya's Colonel Muammar Gaddafi praising the dictator's charity work has been found. A letter of praise from Prince Charles to Libya's Colonel Muammar

 

Shariah law bad idea for 'democratic' Libya

Toronto Sun 26 October 2011
By Peter Worthington

It’s not what could be called an encouraging start for democracy in the new, liberated, un-Gadhafied Libya. The declaration by interim leader Mustafa Abdel Jalil — a former justice minister under

 

Nation of Islam leader slams Gadhafi's death

Pantagraph.com 26 October 2011

Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan said Tuesday that those rejoicing in the death of ousted Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi will come to sorrow and predicted that the U.S. was unprepared for the

 

So Much for Middle East Democracy

Family Security Matters 25 October 2011
By Gadi Adelman

This could certainly be the shortest article I have ever written. The title alone could be the whole article.

Now that Qaddafi is dead what will be next for Libya? No doubt Libya will follow the path of other countries that have been down this road.

 

The Tyrant is Dead, Long Live the Tyrant

Canada Free Press 25 October 2011
By Daniel Greenfield

The tyrant is dead, and the head of Libya’s Transitional National Council, Mustafa Abdul-Jalil,  (who was also Gaddafi’s former Justice Minister), has declared that Libya has been liberated.

What a glorious day it is when a country is liberated from its justice minister by its justice minister. If only Gaddafi had been quicker on the ball, he could have staged a revolution against himself and liberated the country from himself.

 

Mask of Peace: Brotherhood's Plot for Global Rule

CBN.com 25 October 2011
By Dale Hurd

OSLO, Norway - The so-called Arab Spring has brought the Muslim Brotherhood to the threshold of power and influence in the Middle East. But a Norwegian television documentary, called "Freedom,

 

Libya: sharia frightens West, muftis feud over Gaddafi grave

ANSAMED.info 25 October 2011

ROME - Post-Gaddafi Libya is taking on the complexion of militant Islam. After yesterday's comments by the president of the National Transitional Council (NTC), Mustafa Abdel Jalil, who spoke of the

 

Sharia law declaration raises fears among women in new Libya

National Post 25 October 2011
By Simon Martelli

TRIPOLI — The announcement that Islamic sharia law will be the basis of legislation in newly liberated Libya has raised concerns, especially among women, despite Islamists insisting moderation will

 

Libya: Sharia will be basis of legislation, all laws contradicting Islamic teaching will be nullified

Jihad Watch 24 October 2011

I tried to tell you. "Libya's transitional leader declares liberation," from AP, October 23 (thanks to all who sent this in): BENGHAZI, Libya (AP) — Libya's transitional leader declared his

 

Libya NTC head Jalil pledges to uphold Islamic law

Reuters 24 October 2011

BENGHAZI, Libya - Libya's National Transitional Council leader Mustafa Abdel Jalil kneeled in prayer after taking the stand in a celebration of liberation on Sunday after 42 years of

 

Libya's new path heads toward Islamic law

Seattle Times Newspaper 24 October 2011

BENGHAZI, Libya — Less than a week after dictator Moammar Gadhafi was killed, the leader of Libya's transitional government declared to thousands of revelers in a crowded square Sunday that Libya's

 
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