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

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

There are 59 comments on the Arkansas Online story from Aug 29, 2011, titled 33 mins. ago - Gadhafi's family fled to Algeria. In it, Arkansas Online reports that:

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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George

Red Deer, Canada

#42 Sep 20, 2011
Algerian wrote:
<quoted text> I have a bad feeling sir! Alqaeda will get weapon from this conflict, behind libya there is a huge desert bigger than Europe where it is the best refuge for Terrorists ( It's gonna be another Afghanistan or much worser). even some of the rebels were Ex Alqaeda members ( take the example of "Abdel Hakim Belhadj".
This is going to happen no matter what is done, even other countries have this problem, bad people exist everywhere. If countries stay united and work for the greater good more and more will lay down their weapons out of choice because they want their families safe. Then you will be left with a criminal element which is always there. So keep happy the sun is coming up.
George

Red Deer, Canada

#43 Sep 20, 2011
LOL wrote:
Odds are that Gadhaffi himself is no longer anywhere in Libya! With his money, he could find plenty of places to take him in. Actually, most of Africa still looks favorably on Gadhaffi!
Totally not true, even the AU has now recognized NTC and is no longer giving sympathy to Gadaffi.
tony

Bristol, UK

#45 Sep 21, 2011
George wrote:
So keep happy the sun is coming up.
The guy lives in North Africa FFS they have the sun every bleeding day.
George

Red Deer, Canada

#48 Sep 21, 2011
tony wrote:
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The guy lives in North Africa FFS they have the sun every bleeding day.
obviously English is not your first language or you would know that is a figure of speech.
LOL

Clewiston, FL

#49 Sep 21, 2011
George wrote:
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Totally not true, even the AU has now recognized NTC and is no longer giving sympathy to Gadaffi.
And you really believe them? LOL!! Plenty of places would coddle Gadhaffi and his billions. He could even be in South America now!
Concerned monkey

United States

#50 Sep 21, 2011
not today
Jan

Victoria, Canada

#51 Sep 21, 2011
George wrote:
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Totally not true, even the AU has now recognized NTC and is no longer giving sympathy to Gadaffi.
Very few governments support Gaddafi, but a surprising number of people seem to. I guess a lot of them haven't seen his bad side.
tony

Bristol, UK

#52 Sep 21, 2011
George wrote:
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obviously English is not your first language or you would know that is a figure of speech.
Yep!! English is not my first language but sarcasm is international:)
louise

Ireland

#53 Sep 22, 2011
hi can someone help me im going to algria to marry or is ther any other way i can bring him to ireland
Rman

United States

#54 Sep 22, 2011
marry Quadafi? wow
cervantes

Stoke-on-trent, UK

#55 Sep 22, 2011
louise wrote:
hi can someone help me im going to algria to marry or is ther any other way i can bring him to ireland
You have to apply for a visa to go to Algeria,once you get married your boyfriend has to apply for a visa in the "UK consulat" in Algiers.
You need some of your bank statements and proof of residence of Ireland like a rent book.Good luck.
cervantes

Stoke-on-trent, UK

#56 Sep 22, 2011
Rman wrote:
marry Quadafi? wow
Gadaffi is not Algerian,cretin.
Algerian

Algeria

#57 Sep 23, 2011
cervantes wrote:
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Gadaffi is not Algerian,cretin.
LOL
Juan Tamad

Asia/Pacific Region

#58 Mar 8, 2012
JimBob wrote:
Algeria coddling evil despot family of Gaddafi.
How many stolen gold bars were involved in that bribe?
Sanctions.
Hey moron, look at Libya now. A nation in chaos with its oil being drained by western powers. Who now is the despot?
I believe you also celebrated when Iraq and its people was wiped off the map.
Observer

Tripoli, Libya

#59 Mar 8, 2012
Jan wrote:
<quoted text>Very few governments support Gaddafi, but a surprising number of people seem to. I guess a lot of them haven't seen his bad side.
They saw it but,their arrogance prevents them from yielding to the truth
Ana

Brighton, UK

#60 Mar 9, 2012
Observer wrote:
<quoted text>They saw it but,their arrogance prevents them from yielding to the truth
better than what you have now.......Libya not safe anymore, crazy people running amok with weapons.... Destabilisation is great for western governments but not for Libyans

Wake up you will regret, c'est Iraq part deux

Allah Akbar
Observer

Tripoli, Libya

#61 Mar 9, 2012
Ana wrote:
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better than what you have now.......Libya not safe anymore, crazy people running amok with weapons.... Destabilisation is great for western governments but not for Libyans
Wake up you will regret, c'est Iraq part deux
Allah Akbar
another blind arrogant, should I say more, may be next time.
Ana

UK

#63 Mar 9, 2012
Observer wrote:
<quoted text>another blind arrogant, should I say more, may be next time.
sorry I do not get in to slanging/insulting matches on Internet forums, it's way below my standard

I don't know if you ate Libyan or not ??? Guess not

However what is happening in Libya now is a disgrace

What ever gaddaffi did, open your eyes Libya will be bled dry
Oeil de Jehovah

Mission Viejo, CA

#64 Mar 9, 2012
People are most of the time right. They didn't like what's going on in Libya because there are signs pointing to that. Who gave the order to kill Gadafi? The only enemies of Kadafi were the sionist. Why the observer from the joumhouria of Libya tell us who was behind the assassination of Kadafi. Because of the heinous crime of the transitional governement the people are against the fake Lybian revolution. Lybian are not Tunisian and they proved it again. Right now things are turning sour in Syria and elswhere in the middle east because of what happen in Lybia. Lybians lost control of their country.

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