Sunday, 23 October 2011

Post Gaddafi Sharia State ... Libya




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Al-Qaeda had a significant role in the toppling of Gaddafi The province that led the rebellion against Gaddafi sent the largest number of al-Qaeda fighters to Iraq to wage jihad against Americans of any place in the world The leader of the Transitional National Council, Moustafa Abdul-Jalil, says Sharia will be the basis for the new government Sharia institutionalizes discrimination against women and non-Muslims and denies the freedom of speech and the freedom of conscience Libya, like Tunisia and Egypt, is heading toward becoming an Islamic state.

Libya declares 'liberation' after Khadafy's death, transitional leader says Sharia law will rule


Libyans celebrated in Benghazi on Sunday as the transitional government declared the country's liberation.
Francois Mori/AP
Libyans celebrated in Benghazi on Sunday as the transitional government declared the country's liberation.
Libya will rule by Sharia law, the country's transitional leader proclaimed during a ceremony declaring "liberation."
Islamic Sharia law, a controversial code for living that governs observant Muslims' lives, will be the "basic source" of legislation from now on, said Mustafa Abdul-Jalil, chairman of the National Transitional Council, during a ceremony that marked the end of Libya's eight-month civil war.
Existing laws that contradict the teachings of Islam will be nullified, he said.
The announcement came three days after Moammar Khadafy's gruesome death - which ended his brutal four-decade reign.
"We are now united. We have become brothers in love," Abdul-Jalil said during the celebration Sunday in Benghazi, as a crowd waved red, black and green flags. "This revolution was looked after by God to achieve victory."

Libyan National Transitional Council chairman Mustafa Abdel Jalil in Benghazi on Sunday. (AP Photo/Francois Mori)
Leaders will form an interim government within a month, Abdul-Jalil said, in anticipation of elections to put a new parliament in place. The country will also set up new Islamic banks that ban charging interest. More Here


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