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salem Ammar

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#21
Aug 9, 2011
 
Minister Farrakhan is simply using the occasion to under some lights. He has received many millions of Terrorist Qaddafi; this is why he has no regard for the suffering of the Libyan people under the profound tyranny of Qaddafi. Minister Farrakhan should feel ashamed for supporting wanted criminals like Qaddafi whose agents blew PAN Am flight 103. I am An American Libyan, and feel profoundly offended to see Terrorist Qaddafi praised by someone who claims to be a Muslim Minster.
George

Red Deer, Canada

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#22
Aug 9, 2011
 
Kornel OY wrote:
I wish I had money to fly and be there in Harlem to support those guys. And, by the way, i am not a Muslim but a Christian, and as one I should know what grace and justice is. From the beginning of the conflict i have been praying, together with my family and church members, for the Libyan people and leadership. The truth, frankly, is that NATO has no right to do what they do. If a leader is not good, let the people of that land solve the problem. History is a proof that people can do it. Foreigners, when involved, do it for their own miser interests, with no regards for the locals. I can count one the fingers of one hand when an foreign intervention was for the good of the people, like the one who eliminated the murderous communist regime of Cambodia. But there are not many like that. I am looking forward to hear the war is over. And by God's grace i would love to spend some time among those people to comfort those who have lost loved ones, especially at the hand of the invaders.
Well your wish came true in syria, how is that working for you? I am sure the 3000 people killed deserved to die as Assad could never be wrong, puke puke

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Cottbus, Germany

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#23
Aug 9, 2011
 
Faith wrote:
<quoted text>"we"? Who is "we"? People from St. Louis?
Oh, you evidently haven't had the honour of getting to know Aburratin yet. He thinks he's an African. That's why he speaks in the plural. We, as in we Africans. He's just a poor disillusioned sod really though.

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Cottbus, Germany

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#24
Aug 9, 2011
 
salem Ammar wrote:
Minister Farrakhan is simply using the occasion to under some lights. He has received many millions of Terrorist Qaddafi; this is why he has no regard for the suffering of the Libyan people under the profound tyranny of Qaddafi. Minister Farrakhan should feel ashamed for supporting wanted criminals like Qaddafi whose agents blew PAN Am flight 103. I am An American Libyan, and feel profoundly offended to see Terrorist Qaddafi praised by someone who claims to be a Muslim Minster.
Amen to that.
salem Ammar

Isleton, CA

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#25
Aug 9, 2011
 
Kornel, the Libyan people did not wish for the NATO to be involved, however when Terrorist Qaddafi started using Airplanes to shell peaceful protesters, they had no choice but to seek help from other Nations. Minister Farrakhan is using the occasion for publicity, and to show Terrorist Qaddafi some appreciation for supporting him finically. Qaddafi has ruled our country for 40 years with total tyranny. Farrakhan is ignoring the Libyan suffering for the fear of losing financial supporter.
Libyan Rebel

Jonesboro, AR

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Aug 9, 2011
 
To those who think them selves anti-war and want to stop the suffering of people. Please ask your self why the NATO involved in Libya and research? NATO involvement was to protect the Libyan civilians who they were brutally killed and tortured by the Regime. Gaddafi killed over 8,000 people before NATO involve and he was gonna Mascara or do a genocide the City of Bangazie which is populated by 1.5 million people with rocket launchers and aircraft because they peacefully protested against him and wanted freedom.

All I can tell you protest against NATO involvement in Libya then you are supporting a killer who have zero respect for the human lives who would kill any body just to stay in power.

Although I'm not fully convinced that NATO is a saver of the weak and seeks freedom for every human , we have seen many scenarios before that happened in many countries and NATO didn't involve. any way there must be a price that we will pay for NATO's help and I hope it's just financially, because if it was other than that, then we wouldn't accept.
Aimen Younis

Blacksburg, VA

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#27
Aug 9, 2011
 
Money Talks. Qaddafi is able to buy those people to do what Qaddafi says.
To Farrakhan:
Libya is my country, not yours. I need my money back that Qaddaf pay to you. Qaddaf has no right to give you Libyan,s money. You and he are stealing my money. Shame On you to support this person who killed unarmed people and raped girls who are 14 years old.

I am Libya citzen and support NATO warmaking in libya untill Qaddaf steps down and leaves. Libya is mine, not yours.
Kornel

Winchester, CA

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#28
Aug 9, 2011
 
Vidal, you are right. However, the American people suffer too, from the evil of the big businesses which push for war. From among most of the wars America was involved in the past, only a few were not pushed by the big businesses. No wonder the book of Revelation takes a whole chapter to speak of the punishment of the MERCHANTS. But, bro, Western Europe and other powers are not less guilty.... May the Lord have mercy on us as well on the Libyan people. You know what? I personally lost hope in any politician and therefore decided not even to vote.

Shalom lecha gam.....
Kornel

Winchester, CA

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#29
Aug 9, 2011
 
Salem, friend, I am not defending Gaddafi. The Libyan people has the right to have freedom and peace. What I am afraid is the fact that you do not see or understand that those foreigners are not interested in helping you, sweet friends, but in their own wealth. Since you are in California, let's meet and cry on each other's shoulder for what we as humans have done to ourselves. Hope end comes soon.
Monem

United States

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#30
Aug 10, 2011
 
Gaddafi has no respect for the Geneva Conventions, any other laws or values. He ordered the killing of medics who treat his opponents. His thugs used ambulances to ambush wounded civilians in need of medical emergency assistance. He ordered the prevention of supply of any food or medicine to Misrata.
http://edition.cnn.com/2011/WORLD/africa/08/1...
AGRAB

Norway

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#31
Aug 10, 2011
 
Monem wrote:
Gaddafi has no respect for the Geneva Conventions, any other laws or values. He ordered the killing of medics who treat his opponents. His thugs used ambulances to ambush wounded civilians in need of medical emergency assistance. He ordered the prevention of supply of any food or medicine to Misrata.
http://edition.cnn.com/2011/WORLD/africa/08/1...
You s*n of b*tch do you open your f*ck t up sm*elling h*mse m*uth
in order to legitimte agression against libyan ?Muammar kadhaffi
didn t bother anyone so ? as now Cameron s facing English spring can AU send bombers and soldiers in order to protect civilian it is nt ? you s* of b*tch ?
Mohamed Mussa

Montréal, Canada

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#32
Aug 10, 2011
 
You set me down!

Years of struggle paid for by sweat and blood of generations of African Americans such as Martine Luther King and Malcolm X is being destroyed by a punch of greedy pigs.

Are you guys out of your mind?
Coming out in a million march to support a world condemned war criminal who is slaughtering his own people including children and arm-less men and woman as we speak.

Do you think that the African Americans are so stupid to listen to such a shameful non-sense?

Every single right-minded human being knows the horrible history of Muamer Algaddafi. We all aware of the crimes against humanity that are committed by Gaddafi's troops against peaceful people like me and you. The graphic nature of the pictures and videos that came out of Libya has moved the whole world to support the noble cause of the Libyan people revelation against a tyrant who governed Libya with steel and fire for more than four decades and has recently lost his mind.

You are destroying your reputation as a freedom fighters by supporting Gaddafi and his regime. No one will listen to you from now on and this will be a black spot in the Nation of Islam history that will last forever.

How can you hold up pictures of a person whose hands are still dripping with blood of children and pretending that you are supporting peace and human rights.

Ignorance is not an excuse!
A grade 2 boy or girl understands what Gaddafi' regime is all about. You have no idea what kind of destruction this move may cause to African American communities and what kind of consequences may bring.

The Libyan revolution against the dictator in Libya is victorious and the Tyrant will fall sooner or later and rest assured that no cause for African American will get any support in the future from Libya or the Arab and Islamic world who are in full support of the democratic change in the Arab countries.

I really wish if Martin Luther King were still alive to see what his brothers are doing in the 21st century; however, I am pretty sure he will be so ashamed.

LONG LIVE LIBYA

A libyan freedom fighter
Mohamed Mussa

Montréal, Canada

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#33
Aug 10, 2011
 
Kornel wrote:
Salem, friend, I am not defending Gaddafi. The Libyan people has the right to have freedom and peace. What I am afraid is the fact that you do not see or understand that those foreigners are not interested in helping you, sweet friends, but in their own wealth. Since you are in California, let's meet and cry on each other's shoulder for what we as humans have done to ourselves. Hope end comes soon.

We knew that brother. They have been friends with our tyrant for several years. We lived in prison, Libya, for 42 yrs (I am 45yrs old) He share every thing even our parenthood, we couldn't preserve our beautiful word that comes from our children to ourselves we have to learn our children that ugly word "PAPA MUAMER".
We, the people, wanted to smile freedom. we have fought for many years (1972, 1976, 1982, 1984, 1989, 1991, 1993, 1995), but we faced with brutal regime. Our people have been killed just for raising their voices.
Is it forbidden to open my eyes on good education, health, infrastructure,...?
We need to hear all voices not only on order.
Please support our humanity needs against this tyrant...
We the Libyan people decided to finish this filthy life or take back our freedom
LIBYAN WILL NEVER FORGET HAVE STAND WITH OR AGAINST
A Libyan student
A True Libyan

Saint John, Canada

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#34
Aug 10, 2011
 
Shame on you Minister Farrakhan for supporting international criminals like Kaddafi. How many millions have you received for supporting this savage so far? and at what cost?. People are dying everywhere because of this guy. Have you forgotten Lockrbie? Haven't you seen the machine guns and the tanks killing our brothers and sisters in Libya recently?. This megalomaniac calls himself the King of Kings. I am shocked that any human can associate themselves with such an evil.
Getflushed

San Jose, CA

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#35
Aug 10, 2011
 
Socialist and Islamic radicals are at the forefront of rebellion in Libya. Qaddafi is against such as State enforced education, which puts him at odds with the Socialists, who want to control through indoctrination. Foreigners have killed Qaddafi's children on several occasions. Yet, Qaddafi voluntarily (with international inspection) gave up any inclination to weapons of mass destruction. His opposition to Socialist and Islamic radical minorities in his country is precisely what any country would do to oppose radical takeovers. Britain is doing it now, but we don't hear the exaggerated lies and slander these so-called "democracy" advocates again her. Every country the West has supported to "democratic reform" has engendered elements not friendly to the West. They are blowing up gas supply lines in Egypt as we type here. The outrageous lies against Qaddafi have not been supported, whereas NATO bombing civilians has been supported. NATO should be dismantled, as its original mandate has expired and Libya is outside their original mandate. Granted, Qaddafi will use inflammatory language to frighten the rebels, but that's all they've got. Since when do we bomb civilians and dismantle government because of inflammatory language? They certainly haven't done that for the extreme language in Iran and the provable crimes against humanity they've performed in and out of their borders.
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Montpelier, VA

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#36
Aug 10, 2011
 
Good for them, many civilians are being killed by CIAEADA rebels

A very illegal lieing obama war
AGRAB

Hønefoss, Norway

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#37
Aug 11, 2011
 
Mohamed Mussa wrote:
You set me down!
Years of struggle paid for by sweat and blood of generations of African Americans such as Martine Luther King and Malcolm X is being destroyed by a punch of greedy pigs.
Are you guys out of your mind?
Coming out in a million march to support a world condemned war criminal who is slaughtering his own people including children and arm-less men and woman as we speak.
Do you think that the African Americans are so stupid to listen to such a shameful non-sense?
Every single right-minded human being knows the horrible history of Muamer Algaddafi. We all aware of the crimes against humanity that are committed by Gaddafi's troops against peaceful people like me and you. The graphic nature of the pictures and videos that came out of Libya has moved the whole world to support the noble cause of the Libyan people revelation against a tyrant who governed Libya with steel and fire for more than four decades and has recently lost his mind.
You are destroying your reputation as a freedom fighters by supporting Gaddafi and his regime. No one will listen to you from now on and this will be a black spot in the Nation of Islam history that will last forever.
How can you hold up pictures of a person whose hands are still dripping with blood of children and pretending that you are supporting peace and human rights.
Ignorance is not an excuse!
A grade 2 boy or girl understands what Gaddafi' regime is all about. You have no idea what kind of destruction this move may cause to African American communities and what kind of consequences may bring.
The Libyan revolution against the dictator in Libya is victorious and the Tyrant will fall sooner or later and rest assured that no cause for African American will get any support in the future from Libya or the Arab and Islamic world who are in full support of the democratic change in the Arab countries.
I really wish if Martin Luther King were still alive to see what his brothers are doing in the 21st century; however, I am pretty sure he will be so ashamed.
LONG LIVE LIBYA
A libyan freedom fighter
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Shame on you s*n of b*tch-call yourself black-TOM and not at all
afro-american beacause you re not--you re just d*rt of remnants-
slave who belong to his master and when the master says jump-you jump-of course when he said s*ck me you do--and when he said sing my way you sing the boss way ..the only word wich come from your m*outh it s only YA MASSA-...NO MASSA..you know nothing about libya
jamahiriyah--i m sure that you ve never even been out side of that ghetto where you where born and one more question--where did you got convert in islam ? oh yes in prison for what crime ?stealing and killing your black mate stop..Kadhaffi s a freedom fighters of the 20th century- he ve liberated millions all over the world from 5 continents you s*cker...LONG LIFE TO THE REVOLUTIONARY BROTHERS
FARRACKAN-and of course OMENYAMA MUAMMAR OMO JU OMO LO MUAMMAR EL KADHAFFI
AGRAB

Hønefoss, Norway

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#38
Aug 11, 2011
 
Libyan Rebel wrote:
To those who think them selves anti-war and want to stop the suffering of people. Please ask your self why the NATO involved in Libya and research? NATO involvement was to protect the Libyan civilians who they were brutally killed and tortured by the Regime. Gaddafi killed over 8,000 people before NATO involve and he was gonna Mascara or do a genocide the City of Bangazie which is populated by 1.5 million people with rocket launchers and aircraft because they peacefully protested against him and wanted freedom.
All I can tell you protest against NATO involvement in Libya then you are supporting a killer who have zero respect for the human lives who would kill any body just to stay in power.
Although I'm not fully convinced that NATO is a saver of the weak and seeks freedom for every human , we have seen many scenarios before that happened in many countries and NATO didn't involve. any way there must be a price that we will pay for NATO's help and I hope it's just financially, because if it was other than that, then we wouldn't accept.
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You SHARAB SHARAMUUTA--are a big lyer..so tell me where you re right now how many people ve been murder by both US- and FRANCE ?
so as right now CAMERON s facing ENGLISH SPRING so African Union must to send bombers and troops in order to protect civilian..one
more question how long are you to srvive under US citizen tax payers money s*cker ? long life to the leader of JAMAHIRIYAH LIBYAN ARAB and MUAMMAR EL KADHAFFI
JAMAHIRIYAH ABADAN
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Istanbul, Turkey

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#39
Aug 11, 2011
 
What a drug dealers and addict from Harlem US know about the suffering of the people of Libya ?
Gaddafi gave them Libyan money in the past and that is only reason.
Libyan man

Istanbul, Turkey

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#40
Aug 11, 2011
 
Let me tell you something, I know Gaddafi and his sons and daugthers Asha and Hanna the one suppose to be dead remember...she is not, she is alive and just as mad as her (father).
If the libyan people did not get help from NATO whe they did, Gaddafi would finished us all, with out any dout, ask any Libyan.
No one can run a country for 42 yeas ?!!

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