LLHR

(redirected from Libyan League for Human Rights)
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LLHRLibyan League for Human Rights (Libya, Africa)
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The same pattern has been repeated in Libya, where dubious claims about human-rights violations were the pretext for violent regime change: The evidence adduced in support of the arrest warrant for Qaddafi and his son, issued in May 2011 shortly after NATO started to bomb Libya, has been censored in its entirety from the publicly available version of that indictment These claims, incidentally, were initially made by a Benghazi-based opposition NGO, the Libyan League for Human Rights, whose members are miraculously now ministers and officials in the new Libyan government.
Libyan League for Human Rights chief Soliman Bouchuiguir, said in Geneva if Gadhafi attacked Benghazi, the seat of the rebels' provisional National Council, there would be "a real bloodbath, a massacre like we saw in Rwanda."
Soliman Bouchuiguir, president of the Libyan League for Human Rights, said in Geneva that if Gaddafi's heavily armed forces broke through to attack Benghazi, there would be "a real bloodbath, a massacre like we saw in Rwanda".