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August 31, 2011
No dignified, honorable nation would accept an ultimatum from armed gangs.
Still-around Gaddafi spokesman Moussa Ibrahim • Denying that his boss would give in to demands that the longstanding Libyan dictator should give in to the rebels. Time’s running out if Gaddafi actually plans to surrender — the rebels plan a major military strike if he doesn’t. source (via • follow)
11:06 // 2 years ago
April 21, 2011
We do not kill anyone that does not fight us. We need to check the circumstances in which [these] journalists died. And it’s war of course. People die from our side, from their side, people get caught in the middle. We need to check the circumstances. But of course we are very sad that someone died.
Libyan spokesperson Moussa Ibrahim • Expressing remorse for the deaths of Tim Hetherington and Chris Hondros in the broadest of terms. They’re sad that “someone died.” If that was the case, why are people dying? Not just journalists. Citizens. This is the same guy who tried to blame the victim in that terrible rape case a few weeks ago. For some reason, we’re not buying his broad apology. source (via • follow)
10:24 // 2 years ago
March 29, 2011
I heard that the attorney-general brought her in for questioning because she is now not just the accuser, she is the accused. There is a case against her.
Libyan government spokesperson Moussa Ibrahim • Revealing the woman who dramatically accused a number of men of violently raping her has been sued for those claims. “Now the four guys are having a case filed against her because instead of going to a police station and filing a case against them she went to the media and exposed their names,” he noted. “Now their honor is tainted, their families black-named and this in the Islamic law is a very grave offense.” Because, as we all know, it’s all about the men accused. Why not try the case first? (By the way, this is the same man who called her a “prostitute.” Yuck.) source (via • follow)
8:36 // 2 years ago