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Dr. Abo-Hanak And Dr. Al-'Aroosy

Assalam Alaikom Dr Ibrahim,

I am writing those few lines in the hope that I would be able to kindly shed some light on at least two of the people that were "tried" in a so called "people's court" in the state of lawlessness (since the Zwara speech; when he said no more laws) and under the protection of the constitution of the Nomads who run the country like pirates.

The two people that I had the pleasure of meeting and knowing for a short period of time are Dr Abo-Hanak and Dr Al-'Aroosy (Abd-Albari). I have sat with both of them in social events and I have indeed had the pleasure of playing football with the later even if they might not know me in person. I have to say that not once have I heard them speak about politics nor have I ever heard them mention or allow the mention of politics, however, they were always trying to better themsleves and those who were around them and make the change from within people rather than to advocate voilence or the like.

I remember once when we were playing a game of football in Manchester with other students of different nationalities and political leanings and I do remember vividly that one of the men who was playing with us in that game happens to be a so called Mo'arada, and even though I am and have always been Anti the policies of Gaddafi and his Cohorts and would love to see them stand before the law of the land that they have been pillaging, I have always found that this particular Mo'arid to be an absolute SCUM-bag if there was ever one. I do remember that this scumbag tried to bring politics into the beautiful game we were playing on that wonderful day as a social gathering. The words that he muttered were "what is this play and rules, I ran away from a dirty dictator and You people are behaving like him", immediately and with no hesitation Dr Al-'Aroosy (Abd-Albari) screamed in his face and told him to shut up and keep politics out. I have never known the man to be violant or inclined toward violence and he was always working on himself to make himself and those in his immediate circle to be better human beings and through this he always believed that we as a nation would be a better one. And from the brief time I have met Dr Abo-Hanak I could say the same about him too!.

I hope that Allah would grant them and us the patience and may he guide us to the right bath and we can all find peace in the fact no one's rights would be lost even if humans transgress upon one's rights because the one who created us all will be the judge of those who judge us and who is a better judge but He (Sobhanaho wa ta'ala).

Wassalam

Opinionated (but the above is not opinions but facts)


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