Liderul CNT afirma ca Islamul va fi "principala sursa de legislatie" in Libia

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Marţi, 13 septembrie 2011, 7:08 Actualitate | Internaţional

Islamul va fi "principala sursa de legislatie" in noua Libie, a anuntat luni seara presedintele Consiliului National de Tranzitie (CNT), Mustafa Abdeljalil, in primul sau discurs public sustinut la Tripoli, relateaza AFP.

Liderul CNT a sustinut aceste declaratii in fata a mii de libieni reuniti in Piata Martirilor din Tripoli, la o zi de la sosirea sa in capitala, pe care o viziteaza pentru prima data de la inceputul revoltei impotriva regimului lui Muammar Kadhafi, la 17 februarie, citeaza Mediafax.

"Nu vom accepta nicio ideologie extremista de dreapta sau de stanga. Suntem un popor musulman, cu un islam moderat si vrem sa ramanem pe aceasta cale", a adaugat el. "Veti fi cu noi impotriva oricarei persoane care incearca sa ne fure revolutia", a adaugat el, adresandu-se asistentei. Adeljalil a calificat "eliberarea Tripoli drept un miracol care s-a produs cu un minim de pierderi" de vieti omenesti.

Aparitia lui Abdeljalil a fost marcata de masuri de securitate stricte. Perimetrul din Piata Martirilor a fost interzis circulatiei si combatantii inarmati au controlat persoanele care au mers acolo.


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  • 0 (0 voturi)    
    Orizont (Marţi, 13 septembrie 2011, 11:45)

    Daniels22026 [utilizator]

    Daca religia va fi sursa legislatiei, orizonturile Libiei vor ramine tulburi.
  • 0 (0 voturi)    
    Victorie Pentagon + NATO ... (Marţi, 13 septembrie 2011, 14:16)

    utug [anonim]

    "Victoria" rebelilor este victoria Pentagon+NATO. Victoria Obama + Cameron + Sarcozy.
    Iar treaba trebuie terminata inainte de 19 septembrie data la care se incheie asa zisul mandat violat si falsificat in toate manierele posibile. Intrarea in Tripoli nu ar fi fost posibila fara unui bombardamend barbar + forte speciale NATO care au pregatit terenul pentru patrunderea rebelilor transportati si debarcati in portul Tripoli cu un vas de razboi Nato.

    Desperate to declare NATO’s mission in Libya a victory ahead of the September 19, 2011 deadline on their contrived UN Security Council resolution, already violated in every conceivable manner possible, NATO planes in tandem with NATO special forces obliterated Tripoli ahead of swarms of Libyan rebel troops led by notorious Al Qaeda thug [brute, hooligan] Abdulhakim Hasadi (aka Balhaj.)

    The problem with the rebel "victory" is that it is not THEIR victory - it was bought for them by NATO. They would still be in Benghazi if it were not for NATO. Because this is a NATO victory - it will be hard to unify the country. It would have been better had NATO stayed out of it and it be a Libyan affair.

    Believe it or not there are still people who are loyal to Gadaffi and like his rule. NATO has bombed cities and targets with the aim to kill and intimidate Gadaffi Loyalist. But also remember just because you don't like the Rebels does not mean that people like Gadaffi. NATO has not understood this fact during its bombing campaign

    It is going to be hard to unite Libya as long as NATO keeps bombing and fails to understand that some Libyan do NOT like the NTC any more than they like Gadaffi. Now is the time to STOP NATO bombiing and get all sides in a discussion about the future of Libya - but NATO should have no part in that discussion.

    http://www.nytimes.com/2011/09/13/world/africa/13libya.html

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-africa-14894264

    http://www.infowars.com/libya-v-day-3-weeks/


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