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The Gaddafi’s revenge in Libya

The Gaddafi’s revenge in Libya

Ayesha Gaddafi, the daughter of the former Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi, called the Libyans to “wake up” in order to return the Libyan Jamahiriya.

In Ayesha Gaddafi words, “the government of Libya in exile” will be formed shortly. Adherents of the deceased leader of the Libyan Jamahiriya will work at the government both within the country and outside it.

Ayesha Gaddafi asked the Libyan soldiers and officers to give her an oath of allegiance as to the Supreme High Commander.

«My name places me under a duty and gives me the right to ask for the adherence in battle,” – she claimed.
When speaking about the terrorists who turned the country into a chaos, Gaddafi noted that they will break their necks by “their own breath of split and madness”. She reassured the audience that she was ready to fight the radicals to the death and they would have to confront the united Libyan people.

The Gaddafi’s revenge in Libya

It is worth noting that Aesha Gaddafi is the only blood daughter of Muammar Gaddafi. She was actively involved in public and political work when her father was governing the country. Aesha Gaddafi was also a Goodwill ambassador to the UN at United Nations. Before the events of the “Arab Springs” Ayesha was considered to be one of the potential successors of Muammar Gaddafi.
Once the civil war started in Libya, she had to flee the country to Algeria which was the first ark of refuge for Aesha Gaddafi. One year later, she left Algeria for Oman.

Muammar Gaddafi governed the country drom 1969 to 2011. Within these 40 years, Gaddafi managed to release the country from the Western influence by means of liquidating American and British military bases as well as the western oil companies. Due to this, all the income from “black gold” trading benefitted the Libyan society. As a result of these reforms, the population of the country has increased by three times, children’s death rate has decreased by ten times and the average life expectancy has risen from 51 years old in 1968 to 75 years old in 2011.

The Gaddafi’s revenge in Libya

Dozens thousands of people died as one of the consequences of Gaddafi’s deposition. Due to the conflict between the centre with the regions of the country, it broke up. According to the report of Geopolicity, Libya lost about 14 billion dollars. The crime rate has dramatically increased in the country.

Almir Khabibullin