Ahmed Sewehli

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Last night I sat and watched the Chinese representative chairing the UN security council asking those who were against the resolution to raise their hands. It took me a while to ascertain that neither he nor anybody else actually did so. Great, I thought. That marks the end of Gaddafi and his thugs, and the people of Libya can finally look forward to freedom.

I remembered my father, who was kidnapped by Gaddafi’s regime nearly three weeks ago along with three of my brothers (the youngest has since been released), telling me before his capture that he was perplexed about why a no-fly zone was not being discussed.…  Seguir leyendo » “It’s late, but the UN resolution gives hope to Libyans”