Archive for the ‘Libya’

  • Extradition: Senussi arrives in Libya for trial
    Abdullah al Senussi arrives in Libya after being extradited from Mauritania Sep 05 2012. photo thanx to Libyan Youth Movement Facebook Extradition from Mauritania has happened at last – and not to the Hague or France. A healthy (and smiling) al-Senussi has arrived in Libya for trial. It is reported that he will first undergo a full medical examination and then interrogation...
    by at September 5th, 2012 at 09:09 am
  • Tajines made in honor of Libya fight for freedom from Gaddafi
    I love to cook, and I love to tweet, and I love Libya. Last year, throughout the heat of the battles, during the dark days, when stress was most intense, I used to calm my nerves by cooking. The following are some of the tajines I made in honor of Libya and the valiant, brave fight for freedom from the Gaddafi mafia. Today the Libyans voted in their first election. Tonight...
    by at July 7th, 2012 at 06:07 pm
  • Twitter photos from historic vote in new Libya first election
    My heart is full of joy today for the Libyan people. If you follow my blog, you know that I have followed the Libyan revolution from almost the very first day. Although I have never had the pleasure and privilege of visiting Libya – and I do so hope that I will soon – I have been there in spirit and made so many good and true friends through twitter, that Libya...
    by at July 7th, 2012 at 12:07 pm
  • Will Senussi in Mauritania stand trial in Libya, ICC, France?
      Al-Senussi Abdullah has been arrested in Mauritania with French cooperation LATEST on Senussi and Mauritania (Aug 6 2010): Mauritania’s President has ruled out extraditing Abdullah al-Senussi before he is tried there for illegal entry and use of forged documents. (His passport) “presents him as Malian and under a fake name, which is why he must undergo...
    by at March 17th, 2012 at 10:03 am
  • Khamis Gaddafi alive and captured? Al-Sanussi captured by Misrata brigade?
    Khamis Gaddafi is reported alive and captured today by Zintan forces. Talk about nine lives. How many times has it been reported that Khamis Gaddafi has been killed? Two stories have him burned. The first time was at the beginning of the Revolution when a plane supposedly kamikazied into Bab Aziziyah and Khamis was taken to a burn hospital in Tripoli where he died. Then...
    by at February 24th, 2012 at 07:02 pm
  • Video Library of Mohamed Mo Nabbous Libya Alhurra Videocasts
    Thank you to the Libya Uprising Archive from libya17feb for putting together Mohamed Nabbous Videos from Libya Al Hurra Livestream. The First Video is from February 22. Mo Nabbous broadcasts surveillance camera footgage from his makeshift studio in Benghazi http://www.livestream.com/libya17feb/video?clipId=pla_81925fcb-4b98-4e83-bc3d-a85b63c647f8 Mo Nabbous - Libyan Hero See...
    by at February 16th, 2012 at 10:02 pm
  • Free Libya! Feb 17 one year anniversary of Libyan Revolution
    I’m celebrating my one year anniversary. One year ago I got hooked on Free Libya. On Feb 17 I fell in love with Libya’s fight for freedom from the evil empire known as the Gaddafi regime. I fell in love with Mo Nabbous. I fell in love with Benghazi. I fell in love with the Victory sign and Freedom Fighters, with Zanga Zanga and Nescafe. I got sucked into Twitter...
    by at February 16th, 2012 at 09:02 pm
  • Update on Gaddafi family & ICC List. Where are they now?
    Col Muammar Gaddafi In March 2011 the ICC (International Criminal Court) issued a travel ban and asset freeze on members of the Gaddafi family and other top officials in his Inner Circle. Safiya Gaddafi, Gaddafi’s wife and mother of his 6 sons and daughter Aisha, was added later. 10 months later, we ask  ”WHERE ARE THEY NOW???” Gaddafi Immediate Family: DEAD Col....
    by at January 12th, 2012 at 01:01 pm
  • Gaddafi the Nomad wanders Libya and Niger
    Toureg soldier Everyone’s all excited about figuring out where Gaddafi is. But he is not anywhere for very long. Tonight in Libya, tomorrow in Niger. The borders are seamless sand dunes or craggy rock gullies in the Sahara. Gaddafi is the desert Nomad, roaming southern Libyan sands, never staying more than one or two nights in any place. He travels in a caravan of...
    by at September 9th, 2011 at 10:09 pm
  • Aisha, Safiya, Mohammed and Hannibal Gaddafi held in luxury house arrest at Sheraton near Algiers
    Sheraton de Pins, new home of Gaddafi wife Safiya, daughter Aisha, and sons Mohammed and Hannibal Information is starting to trickle out about the whereabouts of at least some of the Gaddafi family members. Wife Safiya, daughter Aisha and two sons Mohammed and Hannibal are “guests” of the Algerian government in a luxury Sheraton villa on the Mediterranean...
    by at September 6th, 2011 at 04:09 pm
  • Could Gaddafi be hiding in deep desert Libya with his Toureg Praetorian Guard?
    Ghat If you read my story on Aisha Gaddafi and the escape of the brothers and Gaddafi sons, Mohammed and Hannibal, with Gaddafi’s wife Safiya, you should draw the same conclusion that I have. Gaddafi planned to escape to Niger with his family. The Algerian government thwarted those plans by refusing Gaddafi entry into the country. The only question I have is at...
    by at September 3rd, 2011 at 04:09 pm
  • South African Mercenaries and Algeria: Aisha Gaddafi, baby Safiya, 2 brothers Hannibal & Mohammed taken to Algiers with Mrs Safiya Gaddafi
    Aisha not many weeks ago in Tripoli This has been quite an odyssey for the princess Aisha Gaddafi. From Sorbonne-trained attorney and Claudia Schiffer-beauty to renegade in the Sahara and birth of a baby girl deep in the desert, the shift in her life could be fairly described as melodramatic. But the mystery surrounding the escape of Aisha, her mother, Safiya and two...
    by at September 2nd, 2011 at 12:09 pm
  • Martyr (Green) Square in Tripoli Aug 29 before Eid. FREEDOM!
    Eid Mubarak to Free Libya!
    by at August 29th, 2011 at 06:08 pm
  • Gaddafi Wife Safiya, daughter Aisha and two sons Mohammed and Hannibal in Algeria
    Daughter Aisha with mother Safiya Gaddafi. Aisha has gone thru transformation. The Algerian government has notified the United Nations and the Libyan interim government (NTC) that Gaddafi’s wife Safiya, his daughter Aisha and his two sons Mohammed and Hannibal fled into Algeria today. None of the escaping family members have ICC arrest warrants issued on them, but...
    by at August 29th, 2011 at 03:08 pm
  • Aisha Gaddafi, Mermaid of Tripoli, and her gold
      Pure gold sofa of Aisha Gaddafi as the Mermaid of Tripoli. From her home. Aisha Gaddafi's portrait medallion crafted in pure gold. Found in her home. Aisha's swimming pool in her compound in Ben Ashour, Tripoli See the splendor of Aisha’s home as Libyans now see it: Don’t miss Aisha’s wedding reception Aisha Gaddafis wedding reception...
    by at August 27th, 2011 at 10:08 am
  • YouTube Amer Mustaf Bu’amood sings nasheed he wrote just before he died in battle Libya
    In this YouTube, Amer Mustafa Bu’amood sings a nasheed he wrote not long before he died in battle fighting for Free Libya. @Cyrenaican calls it before his martyrdom.  
    by at August 26th, 2011 at 12:08 am
  • Libya deGaddafinated
    thanx to Fissa's Free Libyan Voice
    by at August 13th, 2011 at 06:08 pm
  • YouTube Aisha Gaddafi’s wedding reception – WILD!
    WILD WILD WILD. You must see this YouTube of Aisha Gaddafi’s wedding reception. Rarely is so much bad taste convened under one tent. First they are carried through the air on some kind of crane. The Groom’s white tux looks like he borrowed it from Gaddafi himself. After half way – check out her dress. Her boobs are falling out of the decollete. The cameraman...
    by at August 11th, 2011 at 11:08 pm
  • Postcards for Libya – Love Heals All Wounds
    There are a lot of heroes in the Libyan revolution but also a lot of pain and heartbreak. Many victims of the war, civilian and freedom fighters alike, have gone to Tunisia for medical treatment. Some are children, some are women, some are men young and old – all have terrible injuries and are far from their families and support system. Family is so important in...
    by at August 3rd, 2011 at 10:08 pm
  • What Libyan Freedom Fighters in Nafusa Mountains accomplished in less than 3 months
    Some talk about a stalemate in Libya, but just check out this map showing the progress of the Revolutionaries, otherwise known as Libyan Freedom Fighters, in the battle for the Nafusa Mountains in the western part of the country. Please remember these guys started out with knives and hunting rifles less than three months ago; their weapons have largely been seized from...
    by at August 2nd, 2011 at 02:08 pm
  • More Faces of Freedom Fighters in Gaddafi’s war on his people @wheelertweets
    The battle for Free Libya rages. These are more faces of the young men who are giving everything to make a new country of hope. American James Wheeler is there, in the hospitals of Tunis with them, recording their stories via twitter. Please see the many articles posted on sandraoffthestrip which recount the heroic stories of the bravery and sacrifice of these Libyan Lions....
    by at July 16th, 2011 at 06:07 pm
  • Ali, legs lost in Misrata, waited 27 days to sail in fishing boat to Tunis hospital @wheelertweets
    Meet Ali, an inspirational son of Libya July 14. Tunis hospital. Meet Ali, an inspirational son of Free Libya.  He’s a Misrata freedom fighter hit by a Gaddafi Grad on May 13. Both legs amputated. Ali said the Grad exploded at his feet and the blast threw him 10 meters away. One of his comrades was literally cut in half.  He waited 27 days to get out of Misrata....
    by at July 16th, 2011 at 02:07 pm
  • Conditions in Tunis Hospital for Libyan FFs by @WheelerTweets
    Live 3am. 1st floor of this private hospital in Tunis where many Libya FFs are patients. Raw sewage everywhere. Bad Live (3 am): 1st floor of this private hospital in Tunis where many Libyan FFs are patients. Raw sewage everywhere. Bad. Some injured FFs I know from Misrata, Zintan and Kikla are on this floor. I’ve been staying nearby recently, since returning from...
    by at July 14th, 2011 at 12:07 pm
  • Récits de tortures et de viols dans la prison libyenne Abu Salim par @WheelerTweets
    Libya Moyen Orient et Afrique du Nord / WheelerTweets / 12 juillet 2011  Traduite par Isabelle Madesclaire @IsaMadesclaire Cet homme a été torturé dans une prison de Tripoli pendant 84 jours. Cet homme a été torturé dans une prison de Tripoli pendant 84 jours. Electrocuté dans l’aine. Des crosses de fusils pressées à fond sur l’estomac. Brûlés...
    by at July 13th, 2011 at 03:07 pm
  • Sen Diane Feinstein’s reply to my message on Libya support
    Thank you for writing to express your views about international military operations in Libya.  I appreciate hearing your position on this issue and welcome the opportunity to respond. Please know that I support the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO)-led efforts to enforce a no-fly zone and arms embargo over Libya aimed at protecting civilian populations from Colonel...
    by at July 13th, 2011 at 02:07 pm
  • Tales of torture and rape in Libyan prison Abu Salim – from @WheelerTweets
    This man was tortured in prison in Tripoli for 84 days. This man was tortured in prison in Tripoli for 84 days. Electrocuted in his groin. Gun shafts twisted in his stomach. Burned with cigarettes. Beaten. Ligaments crushed. The list goes on. Too much for Twitter… Can’t show his face or disclose his name. He still has family at risk in Tripoli. For now,...
    by at July 12th, 2011 at 09:07 am
  • @WheelerTweets “Freedom Fighter Stories” from Tunis hospitals – tales of bravery and no money
    3 Guys from Kikla at a tunis hospital. Rida (far right) says the pain is gone when I'm there. That's me, James Wheeler, the guy with the camera. Many of the freedom fighters are in a long-term care facility in Tunis. Libyan FFs here are the most forgotten of all. Lights are turned off to save electricity (expensive in Tunisia). Untended cleaning carts litter the...
    by at July 11th, 2011 at 12:07 pm