NTC finally chose Abdurrahim el-Keib ...

NTC finally chose Abdurrahim el-Keib as Prime Minister of Libya.

There are 3 comments on the All Voices story from Nov 5, 2011, titled NTC finally chose Abdurrahim el-Keib as Prime Minister of Libya.. In it, All Voices reports that:

NTC finally chose Abdurrahim el-Keib as Prime Minister of Libya. Apart from the power of Colonel Moammar Khadafy, the Libyan people now have a new leader.

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Islamist

Clewiston, FL

#1 Nov 6, 2011
Good news! We will soon have Islamic rule and Sharia law in Libya.
TripoliFighter

Amsterdam, Netherlands

#2 Nov 7, 2011
The new leaders of Libya must base their rule on Islam, but with respect to all people. Thats the true way of Islam. Islam = Love
Turkishlove

Ede, Netherlands

#3 Nov 7, 2011
Libya should try the Turkish model, with respect for Islam but a focus on development as well. Western values and Islam can be the way for a new Libya, where the people are free to preach, find jobs and rebuild the nation.

Love from Turkey

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