The Libyan People’s Support For The Jamahiriya
- Top Ten Myths in the War Against Libya.
- Libyan People’s Opposition to NATO/Rebels.
- The Libyan Crisis: Documentary.
- Using Human Rights Organisations to Launch Wars.
- Rebel Racism and Ethnic Cleansing.
- Lizzie Phelan’s Eyewitness Testimony.
- NATO’s Planned Conquest of Libya.
- Amnesty International Question Human Rights Abuse Claims.
- The Standards of Living in Libya.
- The Blueprint for the War on Libya?
- Libyan War: An Attack on African Development.
- Jan 2011: UN Human Rights Council Members Praise Libya.
- The Implications for Africa
- Post-Gaddafi Libya
- Moussa Ibrahim Statements.
- The Case against NATO
- Gen. Wesley Clark on Pre-plans to Attack Libya.
- Congressman Kucinich Questions CIA role in Libya.
Libyan Crisis: Documentary
Global Civilians for Peace on Facebook
Mass Green Demonstration – 01/07/2011
Tripoli – 01/07/2011
Sebha – 08/07/2011
Al Ajayat – 14/07/2011
Zlitan – 15/07/2011
Zawiya – 16/07/2011
Azizia – 19/07/2011
Sirte – 21/07/2011
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Monthly Archives: July 2012
Anthony Quinn stars as Libyan hero Omar Mukhtar, who organizes Libyan forces to hold off the encroaching Italian troops under General Rodolfo Graziana (Oliver Reed), who are trying to gain a foothold on Libyan soil under direct orders from the … Continue reading
Disclosure comes 10 months after end of a campaign in which the government insisted no British drones were involved Nick Hopkins The Guardian, Thursday 26 July 2012 18.26 BST RAF pilots flew armed US drones as part of Nato’s military effort in … Continue reading
*Although we don’t support all the assertions made in this feature or the way in which it is framed, we feel there is enough insightful information into Libya 10 years after the 1969 al-Fateh revolution, to justify re-publishing it.
Families of prisoners gather outside a prison in the Tajura area of Tripoli. (photo by REUTERS/Ismail Zitouny) Al-Monitor, Mustafa Fetouri posted on Monday, Jun 18, 2012 The 300-plus inmates at the notorious Tajura prison, 10 miles east of Tripoli, were relieved when they woke … Continue reading
‘Humanitarian’ intervention brings humanitarian catastrophe LiberationNews, Derek Ford, JULY 21, 2012 Nine months after the U.S./NATO-led overthrow of the Muammar Gaddafi government in Libya, the country remains entrenched in violence and disorder; human rights abuses are rampant. In fact, according to Nasser al-Hawary of … Continue reading
*Elements of the following critique could be applied to a number of ‘left’ and ‘anti-war’ organisations including Stop The War Coalition, Counterfire and SWP Stop the War Coalition waving the neo-colonial flag of the Libyan ‘rebels’, marching on the Libyan embassy … Continue reading
Media Lens – Jul 18th 2012 By: David Edwards In January 2005, we described how the British media were united in celebrating Iraq’s ‘first free election in decades’. (Leader, ‘Vote against violence,’ The Guardian, January 7, 2005) The BBC’s main evening news … Continue reading
Lizzie Phelan – 18th Jul 2012 Here is a statement regarding the International Youth Day to Condemn Imperialist Aggression, from the Libyan Popular National Movement, which was founded a few months ago as the political body of the majority of Libyans who support … Continue reading
Facebook Page August 20th 2011 is the date that the North Atlantic Terrorist Alliance (NATO) began its onslaught on Tripoli, Libya, to bomb mercenaries from that country, Qatar, Jordan, Afghanistan and other parts of the wider region into the capital, … Continue reading
*We’re republishing this piece because we feel it reflects the experience of many Tawerghans. The article refers to ‘freedom’ several times – could this term be anymore inappropriate? The Independent – 18 Jul 2012 Majdi Suleiman Omar was lying on a hospital … Continue reading
Minority neighbourhoods have been targeted by groups who rebelled against Gaddafi. Credit: Karlos Zurutuza/IPS. TRIPOLI, Jul 14 2012 (IPS) - “The human rights situation in Libya now is far worse than under the late dictator Muammar Gaddafi,” Nasser al-Hawary, researcher with … Continue reading
Reblogged from Libya 360° In-Depth News And Analysis: The invasions of Iraq and Afghanistan showed the West that wars in which their own citizens get killed are not popular; AFRICOM is designed to ensure that in the coming colonial wars … Continue reading
12 Jul 2012, TRIPOLI, Libya (AP) — Tribal leaders traveled Thursday to a town known for its support of deposed Libyan ruler Moammar Gadhafito try to mediate the release of two captive journalists in a standoff that could lead to renewed clashes. The abduction appeared … Continue reading
Lizzie Phelan – Jul 12th 2012 Dr Abuzaid Dorda, Libya’s former permanent representative to the UN who was captured last year by one of the militias in Tripoli that NATO brought to power, and has since spent months in detention … Continue reading
(Reuters) – Talks to release two Libyan journalists kidnapped in a former stronghold of ousted leader Muammar Gaddafi while covering the country’s elections have broken down, the official mediating in the stand-off said on Thursday. Since last year’s uprising against Gaddafi, … Continue reading
Jun 18th 2012 The Fund for Peace today released the eighth edition of its annual Failed States Index (FSI), highlighting global political, economic and social pressures experienced by states. The FSI ranks 178 countries using 12 social, economic, and political … Continue reading
Middle East Online – Jul 11th 2012 At last, the international rights group Amnesty International, published its detailed report on the misery of Tawargha and its people. For readers who do not know Tawargha is a coastal town in western … Continue reading
Reblogged from Libya 360° In-Depth News And Analysis: Pro-U.S. Candidate Slated to Win Sham Elections in Libya Abayomi Azikiwe Libya 360° Corporate media outlets based in the United States and Europe have already proclaimed the western-backed party of Mahmoud Elwarfally … Continue reading
The Independent – 08 Jul 2012 Libyans voted in their first democratic election yesterday to choose an interim national assembly to rule the country after the overthrow of Mu’ammer Gaddafi. International interest in this crucial election has been sparse compared … Continue reading
AFP – 6th Jul 2012 RAS LANUF, Libya — Armed federalists have forced two oil terminals in eastern Libya to close in protest over not being granted more seats in this weekend’s first elections since Moamer Kadhafi was overthrown. An … Continue reading
BBC – 6th Jul 2012 Gunmen have fired at a helicopter carrying voting material for Saturday’s election, officials have said. It made a forced landing outside the eastern town of Benghazi. There are unconfirmed reports one person died. The identity … Continue reading
Telegraph – 5th Jul 2012 While the elections for a 200-member National Congress is unlikely to grant a majority to any one faction, the Muslim Brotherhood and its Islamist allies are confident they can join their counterparts in Tunisia and … Continue reading
Telegraph – 5th Jul 2012 Amnesty International said that Libya risked repeating the violations that led to the uprising that removed the dictator after 42 years in power last August. On Saturday, Libyans will chose a congress to appoint a … Continue reading
July 03, 2012 “Information Clearing House“ By Gerald A. Perreira Muammar Qaddafi is dead and the Al Fateh revolution has been rolled back. Two months after his death, on October 2011, the imperialists, in collaboration with the Salafists in Tripoli … Continue reading
Chadian immigrants in the Libyan desert (Photo: EU Humanitarian Aid and Civil Protection) A new humanitarian crisis is unfolding after the fall of Gaddafi, with thousands of immigrants from sub-Saharan Africa, as well as some from Pakistan and Syria, detained … Continue reading