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Libya Sufis Celebrate Prophet's Birthday
Libyan Sufi Muslims staged a joyous parade through the heart of the capital Tripoli on Saturday, February 4, to mark the birth of Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessing be upon him). "We fought the tyrant (Gaddafi) because he was a dictator and we don't want anyone like him to govern us again," biology teacher Mohammad Aref told Reuters...
   
 
  Libya's Rising Islamist Endorses New Govt       New Govt Soothes Libya Rivalries  
  A leading Libyan Islamist, whose fighters played a key role in ousting Muammar Gaddafi’s regime, has endorsed the country’s new government amid fears of growing tension between rival factions...    
 
  Libya's ruling council unveiled a new government on Tuesday, November 22, a move seen as reflecting efforts to soothe rivalries between regional factions...    
  Spy Chief Arrest Ends Libya's Drama       Libya Brotherhood Urges Unity, Rebuilding  
  Libya’s once feared former intelligence chief Abdullah al-Senussi was arrested on Sunday, November 20, at a remote desert homestead, drawing the final scene in the fallen regime of Muammar Gaddafi...    
 
  Repressed for decades under the regime of the fallen strongman Muammar Gaddafi, Libya’s Muslim Brotherhood held its first public conference on Thursday, November 17, calling for a broad national...    
  No 'Extremist' Islam in New Libya: Ruler         Rising Islamist Wants Moderate Libya  
  Assuring Western allies about the new rule in the oil-rich Arab country, Libya’s rulers have vowed that ‘moderate Islam’ will be the basis of rule after the fall of Muammar Gaddafi...    
 
  Being a key military leader of the Libyan revolution that ended Muammar Gaddafi 42-year rule, Abdel Hakim Belhadj is assuring the Libyans and the West about his political aspirations and the Islamists’ agenda in...    
  Road to Hope Convoy Stalled in Libya        Libya Elects Technocrat Prime Minister  
  A convoy carrying humanitarian aid to Gaza has been stopped at the border crossing from Libya into Egypt. The Road to Hope convoy has travelled four and a half thousand miles so far but is currently at a standstill...    
 
  Libya's ruling National Transitional Council has elected little-known technocrat Abdul Raheem al-Keeb as the new interim prime minister, with many challenges facing the war-torn country towards drafting a new constitution...    
  West Softens Stance on Gaddafi Exit       Libya Opposition Military Commander Killed  
  As the stalemate in the Libyan conflict continues, Britain has joined France in softening their position on having embattled leader Muammar Gaddafi going into exile...    
 
  The military commander of Libya's opposition forces was said to be shot dead in an incident that remains shrouded in mystery and may point to deep divisions within the movement trying to oust leader Muammar Gaddafi...    
  Gaddafi Threatens to Take War to Europe       Who Will Rule Libya After Gaddafi's Fall?  
  Threatening retaliation against NATO countries which have been pounding his strongholds since March, Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi vowed to attack targets in Europe unless airstrikes on his country are ceased.    
 
  TRIPOLI – Questions are rising over a Libyan leader who can unite rival tribes after the fall of Muammar Gaddafi, amid worries that the opposition troops could turn on each others when they take control of the capital Tripoli...    
  Libya Offers Post-Gaddafi Transition Plan       Libya Civilian Deaths Sap NATO Credibility  
  As military and diplomatic pressures are mounting on embattled Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi, a senior Libyan regime official revealed signs that the government might be …    
 
  TRIPOLI – Growing civilian casualties in the NATO-led military operations against Muammar Gaddafi is eroding support for the Western alliance's war against the embattled Libyan leader...    
  Libya Divides NATO Hawks and Doves       UN Champions Libya Endgame Plan  
  DOHA – Divisions appeared among allies Wednesday, April 13, on how to resolve the Libyan conflict, amid calls for sending ground troops into the oil-rich Arab country to topple Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi.    
 
  A UN envoy will seek to persuade warring parties in Libya to accept a plan that envisages a ceasefire and a power-sharing government, but with no role for embattled leader Muammar Gaddafi.    
  Muslim Scholars Rap Turkey on Libya Crisis       Zuma in Tripoli for Gaddafi Exit Strategy  
  As fighting is raging between Libyan rivals, Muslim scholars have criticized Turkey’s role in the conflict, calling on Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan to side with the opposition forces...    
 
  South African President Jacob Zuma is heading for Libya in a new effort to look for an exit strategy for Muammar Gaddafi, a move criticized for buying the embattled leader more time    
  Gaddafi Warns West of Long War       Libya’s Gaddafi Has Nowhere to Go  
  "All the Libyan people are united. The Libyan men and women have been given weapons and bombs," the Libyan leader said in a televised audio message cited by Agence France Presse (AFP...    
 
  The International Criminal Court indictment of Gaddafi, his eldest son Saif al-Islam and spy chief Abdullah al-Senussi looks to have further deepened the Libyan leader's….    
  Libya’s Oil Wealth (Factbox)       ICC Seeks Gaddafi Arrest Warrant  
  Libya, an OPEC member, produces 1.6 million barrels of oil per day. It is the 17th-largest producer in the world, the third-largest producer in Africa and holds the continent's largest crude oil reserves    
 
  THE HAGUE – Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi and top officials are facing arrest warrants by the International Criminal Court (ICC) for crimes against humanity over his deadly crackdown on anti-regime protestors…    
  Sanussi Spirit: History Speaks About Libya       Obama Rebuffs Gaddafi’s Ceasefire Appeal  
  When Libya was invaded, the Grand Sanussi did not retreat back into the mosque but instead became the leader of the resistance. For years the Libyan people suffered but did not surrender...    
 
  The United States rebuffed on Wednesday, April 6, an appeal by Muammar Gaddafi for a ceasefire, calling for the embattled Libyan leader to leave power. "Mister Gaddafi knows what he must do"..    
          NATO Takes Libya Command, Rebels Advance  
         
 
  As opposition forces of Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi continued to advance west on Monday, March 28, NATO has agreed to take command of military operations in the oil-rich Arab country...    
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  Government troops loyal to Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi are still trying their most violent weapons in order to stop the Libyans' uprising with no mercy...