The Foreign Policy Journal article Could Muammar Gaddafi’s son Saif al-Islam Solve the Libya Crisis? is published today in a leading Libyan newspaper in Arabic.
US President Donald Trump has a unique chance to fix the mess in Libya by backing Gaddafi’s son Saif al-Islam as head of state. Libya remains a dysfunctional state largely due to failed American policy.
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The 2011 Obama/Clinton support to Al Qaida affiliated groups in order to oust Muammar Gaddafi heavily backfired, with ISIS now profiting from the massive wave of immigration, which also destabilizes Europe.
President Trump has a unique chance to fix this terrible mess by backing the appointment of the leader of the Libyan national reconciliation, Saif al-Islam Gaddafi, as head of state, the only man able to reunite the tribal nightmare in Libya, and to form a proper democracy, exterminate ISIS, and solve the immigrant crisis.”
The article is also reported in Asia Breaking News.
As well as Indian Observer.
Italian newspaper, L’Indro.
In German Contra Magazin.
The article is also published on a number of Arabic sites in the Middle East.
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