Barack Obama admitted on Monday (28.09.2015), at the UN summit, that the "international community" should have done more to avoid the leadership vacuum in Libya since the fall of Muammar Gaddafi four years ago.
Below, you`ll fond a collection of banknotes an coins, issued in the Socialist People Libyan Arab Jamahiriya. There are not all banknotes included of all 41 years, but rather the issues of the last years.
Battles of Libya. Find below a collection of stamps issued in the Libyan Jamahiriya, in remembrance of the many battles fought against the Italian occupation.
Libya was occupied by Italy, after the defead of the Ottoman Empire during World War 1. After World War 2, they where replaced by USA and British troups, who continued the Libyan occupation, whit a proxy-pupped government, until the 1st of September 1969. The day, Muammar Al Gaddafi ended all of the foreign occupation and control of Libya. See below some pictures of the Italian time in Libya;
The NIU University was on of the international universities of Libya, favored by many foreign students. Due the still ongoing conflicts within Libya, there is not much lest of high education.
The pictures where shoot during the time of building the university and at the inauguration. Beside student flats, there was a medical facility, recreation aereas, park and sport facilities. See the pictures below;
Find below a collection of images, of beautiful sites of Libya. We have included some old and new architecture and historic sites, beside the fantastic Libyan dessert.
Below are pictures of Ghadames, an ancient town within the Libyan dessert. The pictures where shoot during 41 years of peaceful development under Muammar Al Gaddafi, and a reminder of how beautiful it was.
Below are some images shoot during Libya's 41 years of peaceful development. Since there is no peace for now, this pictures are all what is left of a beautiful country, on the African continent. (Below)
Libya - Pictures of the 7th October University, in Misurata and Bani Walid. This university was build by Muammar Al Gaddafi, for all Libyan people.
Below are more images of the university. Once a top University in Libya and Africa.
He and eight others were convicted for "repression" of civilians in 2011...
The illegal "criminal" "court" in Tripoli sentenced to death Seif al Islam, the eldest son of the late Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi, and eight other officials and prominent officials of the Libyan Jamahiriya. The illegal court also handed down the death penalty for the former head of the secret services, Abdala Sanusi, and the last prime minister of the Jamahiriyan system of Gaddafi, Al Baghdadi al Mahmudi.