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This Country Has Been Raped Enough

1- I came to know the website Libya almustakbal recently and I can stop to notice the insistence of the so called Muhamed Hassan Alrida claiming to be "wali alarsh of Libyan people". It really annoys me his lack of respect to libyan people. I hope that he does not think that Libyan people owe his family something. The Sanosi family helped Libyan people no doubt about that but whoever wants to help Libya should not expect any reward back for that.

2- I also read Mr. Sanosi's letter to the Saudi family and again I was surprised by his arrogance in claiming to be the representative of Libyan people. Said who. You only represent yourself. He also apologized to the saudi family for referring to King Fahed as a brother instead of Khadem al Haramain by Mumaer Ghadafi. I get the feeling that this man (Mr. Sanusi) feels that the royal blood is superior than the rest of people. May be he should try to get an English citizenship and join the British royal family. We Libyans are simple people and like simple people. Isn't that the philosophy of Islam.

3- I have more respect for Ghaddafi (I am not a follower) than for Sanusi because he is not hiding behind a mask of Quranic verses. I think that Mr. Sanusi knows what is the opinion of Islam about Kings. His craving for power is very clear.

4- Please let the the Libyan people get a chance to get real democracy after the demise of the current regime. This country has been raped enough by the current regime. Go find another victim or simply enjoy your life and let the Libyan people alone. They don't need you or your pure blood. They are more pure than you are.

5- Finally, I got really sick from watching some of the video clips of Alsature. This is below the quality of a kid's work.

Mowaten Libi


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