Eljahmi Mohamed

Libyan-American Activist

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A Libyan-American activist, he is the brother of the late democratic dissident Fathi El-Jahmi, who died in custody in Libya in 2009

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Defecting Libyan diplomats are among those saying there's a "massacre" taking place in their country and demanding that Colonel Moammar Gadhafi step down after 41 years in power.

Libya at a Bloody Crossroads

Defecting Libyan diplomats are among those saying there's a "massacre" taking place in their country and demanding that Colonel Moammar Gadhafi step down after 41 years in power.

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Defecting Libyan diplomats are among those saying there's a "massacre" taking place in their country and demanding that Colonel Moammar Gadhafi step down after 41 years in power.

Libya at a Bloody Crossroads

Defecting Libyan diplomats are among those saying there's a "massacre" taking place in their country and demanding that Colonel Moammar Gadhafi step down after 41 years in power.

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