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BREAKING LIBYA PROTESTS
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 1258002:MV8xMzYxNDEzXzIyNDQ5MDc0Xzg3MjlFNTJE] [b]Libya: Gaddafi warns against use of Facebook, activists arrested[/b] Many Libyan Internet activists have declared their support for the pro-democracy movement and change in Egypt, which turned into a revolution, and have created groups on Facebook to call for political and economic reforms in Libya. The Libyan dictatorís security forces have arrested several of these Internet activists. ANHRI managed to determine the identity of one of them, Jamal elKowafy, 40, who works at the University of Garyounis. In addition, Gaddafi has hired agents to attack activists who call for political reform and an end to corruption in Libya. He also warned against the use of Facebook, which brings back memories of former Iraqi dictator Saddam Husseinís stance on the Internet, describing it as an imperialist plot. Following in the footsteps of the deposed Tunisian dictator Zine El Abidine Ben Ali, the security services also arrested Libyan activist and former prisoner of conscience Jamal Al-Hajji on a fabricated charge concerning a car accident, similar to the accusations that the Tunisian dictator used to fabricate against dissidents and political activists during his rule. http://www.afrik-news.com/article18954.html [/quote]
at least 14 people have died and dozens have been wounded even before feb 17.
Libya Intifada on 17 th Feb / Day of Anger in Libya
According to sources, on February 17, the alleged massive protest will be launched.
Al-Jazeera said that the Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi held these days, a series of meetings with a high ranking officers.
Gaddafi, on last Sunday met with seven media and journalists from the city of Benghazi, and the meeting was attended by three of the top security leaders in Libya.
link to abna.ir
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