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Thu, 29 Jun 2017 16:40 EDT
انا المهندس أيمن عبدالخالق ماشالله العوامي من دولة ليبيا أريد التواصل مع سيادةالسفير لوسمحتم وتكرمتم وسأكون شأمرا وممتن لكم 00218927269391 /
Prasanjit Chakraborty
Sun, 7 Feb 2016 01:57 EST
i want a job in kuwait
Mahmoud Saleh mahmoud
Sun, 13 Sep 2015 03:40 EDT
Kuwait- salwa - plot 10 - str. 11
good day sir.
my first request is Egyptian people have to get a visa to go to Libya ?? and what about Kuwaiti nationality as the same??

second is what the procedures and duration to get it???

thanks and regards

Thu, 19 Sep 2013 13:17 EDT
my father is working in 1977 to 2006
Dear sir
my father is working in Libyan embassy 30 year in working as (Driver)my father name MR Faroz khan late
He is very hard worker but
my email address
Abdull Ahmad
Thu, 17 Nov 2011 06:05 EST
Do people working in libya
I was given to understand that expart working in libya have to spend 60% of they earning in libya rest can be sent home
Mick Walsh
Sat, 2 Jul 2011 05:58 EDT
Facts About Libya?
I am interested to know the sources of Tahir Rashid's facts about Libya. With such services available to Libya's citizens it is hard to fathom why they are rebelling and being repelled by Gaddafi forces. Would you mind providing independent sources for your assertions?
Brian Joubert
Mon, 23 May 2011 03:58 EDT
War is never the right solution.
Who benefits from the act of war? It's time the world and its leaders start thinking about all the innocents who suffer from the effects of war. Every book written by the hand of our creator warns us against killing people. When will we start listening and practising the words of wisdom in our books of religion?
Tahir Rashid
Wed, 27 Apr 2011 03:40 EDT
Did you know this about Libya ?

Hard to believe........Not many people know about it !


Some other facts (that

mainstream media will never tell you) about this so called "terrible dictator and blood sucking monster" Gaddafi who "terrorizes" his own people:

1. Credits to Libyan citizens were given with NO interest. Almost all loans eventually get converted to grants

2. Students would get paid the average salary for the profession they were studying.

3. If you'd be unable to get employment, the State would pay them full salary as if they were employed.

4. When you got married, the couple would get an apartment or house for free.

5. You could go to college anywhere in the world. The state paid 2,500 Euros plus for your accommodation.

6 - Cars in Libya were sold at factory price with no government taxes.

7 - Libya does not owe money, (NOT a cent) to anyone. No credits.

8 - Free Education and Health care.

9 - 25% of the population with university degree.

10- No beggers on the streets and no homeless (until recent bombing).

- And many more !

No wonder the US and other capitalist countries do not like Libya. Gaddafi would not consent to taking the IMF or World Bank credits at high interest rates. In other words Libya was INDEPENDENT! That is the real reason for war in Libya! He may be a dictator, but that is not a US problem.
Manny Lopez
Sun, 20 Feb 2011 09:19 EST
Stop Killing Your Own People
We condemn the brutal killing of hundreds of unarmed protesters in Libya. There is no place for such barbarism in civilized world. Muammar Gaddafi should step down, if he is no longer wanted and rejected as leader by the Libyan people. The Libyan foreign service corps should support the aspirations of the Libyan people for the truth, freedom and justice. Severe your ties with Gaddafi now and help remake the history of your country. Libya is not Gaddafi ! Libya is for the Libyan people !

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