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Congratulations Gaddafi

Some questions are hard to answer...

Muammar Gaddafi
120 fatalities reported in Benghazi

(ISTANBUL) - Nearly 25 years ago, U.S. air strikes on Libya killed 41 people in Tripoli and Benghazi,

Plane used in air strike on Libya, 1986.

including the adopted daughter of Muammar Gaddafi, in what Noam Chomsky has referred to as the “major single terrorist act” of 1986.

In 2009, Gaddafi himself posed the question:

"What’s the difference between the U.S. airstrikes on our homes and [Osama] bin Laden’s actions?”

Congratulations to Gaddafi for thus far outperforming the U.S. by a factor of 3 in Benghazi alone.


Belén is co-editor at Pulse Media. Her articles also have appeared in CounterPunch, Narco News, Palestine Chronicle, Palestine Think Tank, Rebelión, Tlaxcala, The Electronic Intifada, Upside Down World, and Her book “Coffee with Hezbollah,” a humorous political travelogue chronicling her hitchhiking trip through Lebanon in the aftermath of the 2006 Israeli assault, is available at Amazon, Amazon UK, and Barnes and Noble.

Born in Washington, DC, in 1982, Belén earned her bachelor's degree with a concentration in political science from Columbia University in New York City. Her diverse background of worldwide experiences, created a fantastic writer; one whose work we are extremely happy to share with viewers. You can contact Belén at:

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