Salem Elhassi

Libyan opposition

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Member of the Libyan opposition living in the United States, an advocate for democracy in Libya and friends with key rebel leader, General Khalifa Hifter

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In last night's  televised address  to the nation, President Obama said Moammar Gadhafi threatened a "massacre" in rebel-held Benghazi that would have "stained the conscience of the…

Obama, Libya's Gadhafi and America's Use of Force

In last night's televised address to the nation, President Obama said Moammar Gadhafi threatened a "massacre" in rebel-held Benghazi that would have "stained the conscience of the…

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Government forces and Libyan rebels traded rocket fire today as Moammar Gadhafi continued to defy international demands for a cease-fire.

Obama, Libya's Gadhafi and America's Use of Force

Government forces and Libyan rebels traded rocket fire today as Moammar Gadhafi continued to defy international demands for a cease-fire.

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