July 2011
Middle East Reporter (Daily Edition);7/22/2011, Vol. 198 Issue 5238, p8
The article reports on the political conflict in Libya between Libyan leader Moammar al-Gaddafi and Libyan rebels. It states that the rebels had opposed the idea of Gaddafi remaining in the country. It says that Gaddafi has declared in public that there will be no talks between him and rebels until judgment day. Furthermore, it mentions that Libya has been accused by Israel of providing weapons to Palestine in Gaza with a reason that the weapons are available in Libya because of the conflicts.


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