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Muammar al-Qaddafi

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  • Now, the Libyan people have taken to the streets to free themselves from the despotic reign of Muammar al-Qaddafi and peaceful protesters have been literally gunned down.

    Morning Bits

  • While I personally do not have any business dealings with Libya, Muammar al-Qaddafi or his family, Libya is a state recognized by the current and previous US administrations and is now crawling with new investments from so called \ "blue-chip\" US execs and corporations with the encouragement of our State Department.

    Russell Simmons: The Hypocrisy Of The Media

  • While I personally do not have any business dealings with Libya, Muammar al-Qaddafi or his family, Libya is a state recognized by the current and previous US administrations and is now crawling with new investments from so called "blue-chip" US execs and corporations with the encouragement of our State Department.

    Russell Simmons: The Hypocrisy Of The Media

  • While I personally do not have any business dealings with Libya, Muammar al-Qaddafi or his family, Libya is a state recognized by the current and previous US administrations and is now crawling with new investments from so called "blue-chip" US execs and corporations with the encouragement of our State Department.

    The Hypocrisy Of The Media

  • While I personally do not have any business dealings with Libya, Muammar al-Qaddafi or his family, Libya is a state recognized by the current and previous US administrations and is now crawling with new investments from so called "blue-chip" US execs and corporations with the encouragement of our State Department.

    Russell Simmons: The Hypocrisy Of The Media

  • A group of radical young officers, led by the charismatic Muammar al-Qaddafi, beat all the others to the punch, including their military superiors, who had scheduled their own coup for just three or four days later.

    The Prize

  • For more than a third of a century, Col. Muammar al-Qaddafi has been a despot whose overall record of repression makes Noriega or Milosevic seem relatively tolerant of domestic political foes.

    Norman Solomon: Media Tall Tales for the Next War

  • A group of radical young officers, led by the charismatic Muammar al-Qaddafi, beat all the others to the punch, including their military superiors, who had scheduled their own coup for just three or four days later.

    The Prize

  • I wanted to publicize the BBC China seizure widely, but CIA director George Tenet and the Brits resisted fiercely because they were talking to Libya about renouncing its nuclear weapons program, discussions started after Muammar al-Qaddafi watched the ease with which we overthrew Saddam Hussein, and worried he might be next.

    Surrender is not an Option

  • I wanted to publicize the BBC China seizure widely, but CIA director George Tenet and the Brits resisted fiercely because they were talking to Libya about renouncing its nuclear weapons program, discussions started after Muammar al-Qaddafi watched the ease with which we overthrew Saddam Hussein, and worried he might be next.

    Surrender is not an Option

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