Peaceful protesters in Benghazi who have realised they are being denied their rights by the Nato rebels take to the streets on election day. The protesters demand an equal representation of the eastern region of Libya in the government. Most of the natural resources are in the east.
The militias, widely known as Nato rebels in Libya because they only came to power through Nato intervention, claimed to be against the shooting of 'peaceful protesters'. They used that as a pretext to call for Nato intervention to overthrow Muammar Gaddafi.
However, the words and promises by the militias for a better day for Libya were empty, fulfilling the proverb that the 'grass is not greener on the other side'. Libya is a lesson in history about how people wish for what other people have, and fail as they try to obtain something foreign to them. If only they could come back to life and see again, they will regret that the grass they had was indeed green.
In: Other Middle East
Tags: Libya, elections, protest, demonstration, Benghazi, chaos, destruction, hypocrisy, NTC, rats, National Transitional Council, Al-Qaeda, extremism, Nato, rebels, terrorism, corruption, lies
Location: Libya (load item map)
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