Tuesday, February 23, 2021

10 years after Gaddafi was ousted: “the Libyans regret”


On Monday morning, British newspapers discussed “the situation in Libya ten years after the overthrow of Gaddafi”, Iran’s plan to restrict international control over its nuclear program, in addition to the issue of vaccination in Israel and the Palestinian territories.

We begin with The Times, which published a report by her correspondent in Libya, Louise Callaghan, titled “Ten Years After Gaddafi’s Departure: The Libyans Bemoan Their Loss.”

Louise begins the report by drawing a picture of a Libyan woman named Najwa shoving her baby in front of her in a stroller in a junkyard in Tripoli, while her eight-year-old daughter precedes her to discover some of the trash piles on the road.

Louise explains that this scene reflects Najwa’s situation in the past three years after she became homeless and without shelter due to the fighting between the Libyan factions, so she moved to live among the wreckage of a building in the area on the outskirts of the capital, but 10 years ago she could have been killed immediately after touching Its feet are this place, as it was the residence of Colonel Gaddafi and extends over an area of ​​more than three kilometers, and it was before that a base for the Italian forces in Libya during World War II.



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