Libyan rebel forces moved with surprising swiftness over the weekend and claimed control over most of Tripoli. After more than four decades, Gadhafi's regime finally appears to be ending. On this rebroadcast of today's To the Point, guest host Sara Terry looks at the prospects for a democratic regime. What sort of justice will the rebels mete to Gadhafi, whose whereabouts are currently unknown? How should the West respond? Also, remembering Martin Luther King, Jr. Twenty-five years in the making, a memorial to him finally opens on the Washington Mall.
Banner image: A Libyan rebel fighter stands in front of a closed shop in the embattled city of Zawiya, some 25 miles west of Tripoli, on the fourth day of fighting against leftover pockets of forces loyal to Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi, August 18, 2011. Photo by Marc Hofer/AFP/Getty Images
Mansour O. El-Kikhia