Remembering Libyan leader Al-Qaddafi

Six year ago, Muammar Al Qaddafi, leader of Africa’s oil-rich and most progressive-social state of Libya was martyred on October 20 by the US-France-NATO imperialists because he was considered a threat to Israel.

I’m no fan of Muhammad Muammar al-Qaddafi who used Islam to help his socialist-Western policies while loathed true Islamic political activists within Muslim world. I don’t agree with his “State feminism” which was used by West’s Jewish Feminist activists to demonize Muslim women and slam. But I have to agree that Qaddafi was admired by majority of Libyans for bringing peace and prosperity to the African nation and by socialist leaders around the world. He was exploited by Western leaders (US, UK, France, Italy, etc.) but later they turned against him due to his criticism of the Zionist regime and his plan to introduce a Gold Dinnar economy.

Qaddafi, like Saddam Hussein was also victim of Western WMD propaganda lies.

In March 2011, then French Jew president Nicolas Sarkozy publically said that he wanted to liberate Libyan women from Qaddafi’s dictatorship. But according to Sidney Blumenthal, adviser to Clinton family, Sarkozy’s real agenda was to grab Libyan oil resources and a fear that Qaddafi secretly planned to use his vast supply of gold to displace France’s primacy in the region.

On August 26, 1996, Jewish press (NYT, WSJ, WP, etc.) accused Qaddafi of promising a gift of US$1 billion to Israel hating Louis Farrakhan.

In August 2017, Libyan government in Benghazi arrested an Israeli Mossad agent, Benjamin Efraim aka Abu Hafs, commander of a group of 200 ISIL fighters.

On October 20, 2017, Guyanese Muslim journalist Gerald A. Perreira posted an article marking the sixth anniversary of martyrdom of Colonel Muammar al-Qaddafi.

On this day, all those who resist oppression and tyranny worldwide, salute the great freedom fighter and our Brother-Leader, Muammar Qaddafi and the other revolutionary leaders of Al Fatah. We pay homage to their dedicated and life-long struggle for human emancipation and dignity. We are forever inspired by their steadfast and courageous fight to the end, and by their unwavering faith in, and service to God. We are grateful for their undying love for the African continent and all of humanity. We salute the millions of Libyan men and women who heroically resisted the invasion of their country, and who continue to suffer to this day. We stand in solidarity with the family of Muammar Qaddafi and the families of all the martyrs. We stand in solidarity with the thousands of political prisoners inside Libya and the more than 1.5 million Qaddafi loyalists exiled from their country. We commit our full support to the struggle being waged by the patriotic and nationalist forces to liberate and reunify Libya once again. For the Green revolutionary, death is not the end, but the doorway to a new beginning. Martyrs never die,” Perreira said.


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