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Libya: Expert Reveals 10 Reasons That Would Have Motivated The Assassination Of Muhammar Gaddafi

Born June 7, 1942 in Sirte, Muammar Kadhadi became the head of state of Libya following a coup that took place on 1 st September 1969 without a drop of blood being shed . He was 27 when he overthrew old King Idriss. He was assassinated on October 20, 2011 in Sirte, by an international military coalition.

Before his death, the Libyan guide had announced, ” I am not going to exile myself in a foreign country, I was born here in Libya, and I am going to die here. This country was a dessert, and I turned it into a forest where everything can grow. Nobody likes this land more than its citizens. If Europe and America tell you they love you, pay attention. They love the richness of your land. Oil and not the people. They help you fight against me, but it will be wiser for you to fight against them because they are fighting against your future and progress. My message to you the people of Libya is, they help you kill me, but you will pay the price because you will suffer. And my message to you America and Europe is, you kill me, but be ready to fight an endless TERRORISM. “


Here are the reasons that would have motivated the assassination of Muhammar Gaddafi

  • There is no electricity bill in Libya, electricity is free for all its citizens.

  • There is no interest on loans, banks in Libya are public companies and loans granted to all its citizens are at 0% interest by law.

  • All newlyweds in Libya receive donations of $ 60,000 (US $ 50,000) from the government to buy their first apartment.

  • Education and medical treatment are free in Libya. Before Gaddafi, only 25% of Libyans were literate. Today this figure is 83%.

  • If Libyans can not find the education or medical facilities they need in Libya, they receive state funding to go abroad.

  • For the purchase of a car by a Libyan, the State subsidizes 50% of the price.

  • Libya has no external debt and its reserves amount to 150 billion dollars, now frozen globally.

  • If a Libyan is unable to get a job after graduation, the state pays him the average salary of the profession as if he were employed until the job was found.

  • Some of the money from the sale of Libyan oil is credited directly to the bank accounts of all Libyan citizens.

  • 40 loaves in Libya cost $ 0.15, about 75 F FCA


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