33 mins. ago - Gadhafi's family fled to Algeria

Aug 29, 2011 Full story: Arkansas Online 59

Libyan leader Moammar Gadfhafi's youngest son Khamis, left, meets with Algerian President Abdelaziz Bouteflika in Algiers, in this March 25, 2008, file photo.

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JimBob

Kitchener, Canada

#1 Aug 29, 2011
Algeria coddling evil despot family of Gaddafi.
How many stolen gold bars were involved in that bribe?
Sanctions.
bal3aout

Nottingham, UK

#2 Aug 30, 2011
Any significant sanctions against Algeria will send the oil price hurtling towards $200 a barrel.

Mr Hillbilly will get very angry if he has to pay $10 a gallon to fill up his 1973 Dodge Ram.

Since: Aug 11

Algeria

#3 Aug 30, 2011
We Algerians are such cute and adorable people.You guys are overreacting.
bal3aout

Nottingham, UK

#4 Aug 31, 2011
i agree
Algerian

Algiers, Algeria

#5 Sep 3, 2011
Any bad Action! All western Europe will be frozen this winter No gas No Oil :) the world of hipocrit!!! if we didn't host them you would say it was evil! It's our land we do whatever we want.
Jan

Victoria, Canada

#6 Sep 3, 2011
Algerian wrote:
Any bad Action! All western Europe will be frozen this winter No gas No Oil :) the world of hipocrit!!! if we didn't host them you would say it was evil! It's our land we do whatever we want.
Isn't one of them the mother of a newborn baby? I agree with you that she and others who are likely to be innocent should be protected. But you'll have problems with the Western countries if you take Gaddafi himself.

There are probably some bad members of his family, but there may be others who are reasonably decent people and just happen to have the bad luck to be part of a dictator's family. They shouldn't be punished just because of who they are.
Calico Cat

Brooklyn, NY

#7 Sep 3, 2011
Algerian wrote:
Any bad Action! All western Europe will be frozen this winter No gas No Oil :) the world of hipocrit!!! if we didn't host them you would say it was evil! It's our land we do whatever we want.
Child brides, stoning adulterers, Bhurka women, bombing Shiites and Christians. Ever wonder why the Arab world is backward? Try a glass of wine....
DirtyGaddhafi

Toronto, Canada

#8 Sep 4, 2011
His ugly daughter had to give birth in the dirt while on the run. Who could have expected such a dramatic exit of the Gaddhafi rats?
Algerian

Algiers, Algeria

#9 Sep 4, 2011
Calico Cat wrote:
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Child brides, stoning adulterers, Bhurka women, bombing Shiites and Christians. Ever wonder why the Arab world is backward? Try a glass of wine....
We are not Arabs!
Algerian

Algiers, Algeria

#10 Sep 4, 2011
Jan wrote:
<quoted text>Isn't one of them the mother of a newborn baby? I agree with you that she and others who are likely to be innocent should be protected. But you'll have problems with the Western countries if you take Gaddafi himself.
There are probably some bad members of his family, but there may be others who are reasonably decent people and just happen to have the bad luck to be part of a dictator's family. They shouldn't be punished just because of who they are.
you are right man!!! Gadhaffi will be captured if he dares to come to Algeria! we hosted his family for humanitarian reasons! end of subject :) we do what ever we want in our land.
Calico Cat

Brooklyn, NY

#11 Sep 4, 2011
Algerian wrote:
<quoted text>you are right man!!! Gadhaffi will be captured if he dares to come to Algeria! we hosted his family for humanitarian reasons! end of subject :) we do what ever we want in our land.
Hooray for Algeria. Long live Algeria!
Islander

Duncan, Canada

#12 Sep 4, 2011
Algerian wrote:
<quoted text>you are right man!!! Gadhaffi will be captured if he dares to come to Algeria! we hosted his family for humanitarian reasons! end of subject :) we do what ever we want in our land.
Humanitarian reasons?
Like the humanitarian Hannibal Gadhaffi and his wife Aline who pour boiling water on there servants?
DirtyGaddhafi

Toronto, Canada

#13 Sep 5, 2011
Aisha Gaddhafi gave birth in the dirt, while on the run with her pack of Gaddhafi rats. But at least that's better than the birth of "Brother Leader" Muammar, who was born in a stable into a pile of camel dung. His mother cried in disgust -- not at the camel dung, but at her infant's face.

As a grown man, Muammar's face closely resembles his origins -- the rear end of a camel.
henery

Oroville, CA

#14 Sep 5, 2011
JimBob wrote:
Algeria coddling evil despot family of Gaddafi.
How many stolen gold bars were involved in that bribe?
Sanctions.
Gaddafi did not do a THING, You Peckerwoods are something else!
love agirppa

Ghana

#15 Sep 6, 2011
2011 is a year of judgment against bad leaders in africa remember,so is the turn of muammar
Padre3210

Rocky River, OH

#16 Sep 6, 2011
Algerian wrote:
Any bad Action! All western Europe will be frozen this winter No gas No Oil :) the world of hipocrit!!! if we didn't host them you would say it was evil! It's our land we do whatever we want.
May he make your country as pleasant as Libya was! When you sleep with dogs, you wake with fleas.
Jan

Victoria, Canada

#17 Sep 6, 2011
DirtyGaddhafi wrote:
Aisha Gaddhafi gave birth in the dirt, while on the run with her pack of Gaddhafi rats. But at least that's better than the birth of "Brother Leader" Muammar, who was born in a stable into a pile of camel dung. His mother cried in disgust -- not at the camel dung, but at her infant's face.
As a grown man, Muammar's face closely resembles his origins -- the rear end of a camel.
I'm not a big Gaddafi fan but even so, I find your post rather sick and revolting.
Dirty Gaddhafi

Toronto, Canada

#18 Sep 6, 2011
Jan wrote:
<quoted text>I'm not a big Gaddafi fan but even so, I find your post rather sick and revolting.
Revolting... this was Muammar's mother's reaction. She wiped the camel dung from her baby's face, but then put it back after she got a look. She would not even think of raising this monster to her breast, and instead let him roam around the dung-strewn stable and suckle from the stinking teats of unwashed camels.

Gaddhafi is very fond of camels. He brings them wherever he goes so he may enjoy their milk as a reminder of his childhood.
Algerian

Algiers, Algeria

#19 Sep 7, 2011
Islander wrote:
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Humanitarian reasons?
Like the humanitarian Hannibal Gadhaffi and his wife Aline who pour boiling water on there servants?
we know some of Gadhaffi family member were not ANGELS but the right is the right .... we didn't break the law we respected the law

“Everyone has the right to seek and to enjoy
in other countries asylum from persecution.”
Universal Declaration of Human Rights, Article 14(1)

On the other hand we do what we wanna do It's our Land.
George

Red Deer, Canada

#20 Sep 7, 2011
Algerian wrote:
<quoted text>you are right man!!! Gadhaffi will be captured if he dares to come to Algeria! we hosted his family for humanitarian reasons! end of subject :) we do what ever we want in our land.
You have a good attitude, lets hope this Libyan conflict comes to an end soon and your borders are once again quiet

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