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#Palermo Demonstrations in Libya: Let conferences in Libya, not in the West, decide the fate of Libya #Saif al Islam Gaddafi, Herland Report

Protests are held in Libyan cities, such as Tobruk, Benghazi, Aghdabia, Al-Jebel al-Akhdar criticizing the Palermo Conference, stating that Libyan matters should be decided on Libyan soil, reports from the ground confirm. Watch the photos from demonstrations below. If democracy is to have any validity, it is the Libyan people who should be free to choose their candidates and national …

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Peace in Libya: National reconciliation only with the return of Saif al Islam Gaddafi, Corriere della Serra

“Saif al Islam intends to take part in the Libyan National Forum that the envoy of the UN Ghassam Salame intends to organize already for next January. A great assembly of reconciliation aimed at preparing the political elections, which should take place by the spring of 2019. It is a Libyan citizen, since 2011 has never abandoned our country. He has …

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Palermo: Hard to make peace in Libya without Libyan Tribes, Saif al-Islam Gaddafi

Saif al Islam Gaddafi El Lindro

The Libyan situation is still a chaos, seven years after NATO intervened in 2011 and overthrew the Yamahiriyya and killed Colonel Muammar Gaddafi. Since then civil war broke out, shocking media lies in 2011 were revealed and today various militia groups hold the population hostage in a terror regime few thought possible a few years ago. (Feature photo: Saif al-Islam …

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Libya i dag: Libyske statsinstitusjoner under militskontroll, grove overgrep, betydelig rasisme – Herland Rapporten

«Drap og tortur skjer ustraffet på alle sider av konflikten i Libya, ifølge en allerede to år gammel FN rapport. Den samme rapporten mener at de konkurrerende militsenes brudd på menneskerettighetene kan bli sett på som alvorlige krigsforbrytelser. De mest utsatte er innsatte, journalister og menneskerettighetsaktivister. (Feature photo: Fanger i Ain Zara A ber. Foto anonym.) “Mange mennesker har blitt …

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UN condemns Libyan militia attack on state institutions, exploiting national wealth – Herland Report

The United Nations, in the form of its specific Libyan body, the United Nations Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL) expressed its ‘‘strong condemnation of the violence, intimidation and obstruction to the work of Libya’s sovereign institutions by militiamen’’. (Feature photo: One of the leading Libyan militia war lords, Abdalraouff Ghnewa Kikli, reportedly in control of the Ain Zara A prison …

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NEW Herland Report TV Show: The Great Libya before 2011 and the humanitarian tragedy that followed – Mme. Linda Ulstein Ait Arezki

Herland Report TV (HTV): In an upcoming series on Libya, we focus on pre 2011 when Libya was Africa’s richest country, the NATO war in 2011 and the present militia rule. Among others, Dr. Ola Tunander is a guest and in the show, internationally leading human rights activists participate and in this program, the President and Founder of the Norwegian …

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Hanne Nabintu Herland on RT Worlds Apart: On Western decadence, the Arab Winter – Herland Report

Interview with RT, one of the world’s largest news channels reaching around 700 million. I speak about the growing Western Propaganda, the problem of political correctness and the decay in traditional Western values. On how and why the leading liberal utopianist political elites in the West, led by a strong anti-Christian push by the current US elites, got it wrong on “the …

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Horrifying Militia War Crimes Libya, the West watches in silence – Nabintu, WND

Libya war 2011 atrocities

WND column: Everyone knows that the NATO led attack on Libya in 2011 produced a failed state, the Libyan 150 billion state funds looted, millions of displaced persons, a refugee epidemic that threatens to destabilize Europe and a Libya under Islamist rule. And massive Islamist racism against the black Libyans, such as the Tawhargha tribe in Libya, who since 2011 …

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UN Secretary General for North-South Cooperation, Eya Essif: The need to clean up militia rule in Libya

The Secretary-General of the United Nation Agency for North-South Cooperation, Eya Essif, expressed her deep concern about the recent developments in Tripoli, appealing to all Libyans to remove the escalation. The focus should be on the interest of the homeland and to end the abuse of militias that impose their legitimacy by force of arms and by the misuse of …

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Libyan state institutions overruled by militia reign of terror? Death sentence for 45 men, mainly black Libyans #RacismBlackLibyans – Herland Report

“Killings and torture are being committed with impunity by all sides in Libya, according to a UN report. Human rights violations carried out by armed groups battling for control of the country could amount to war crimes, the report says. Victims include detainees, journalists and human rights activists. Scores of people have been tortured and killed,” wrote BBC back in …

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