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Saif Al Islam Gaddafi Release – CWEB.com

The sins of the father shall be visited upon the children.

It was reported today that  Saif al-Islam Gaddafi, the son of slain Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi, has been released from prison, according to fighters who control the facility.

“Everyone wants to become a Sheikh and an Emir, we are not Egypt or Tunisia so we are in front of a major challenge,” Saif al-Islam said in February 2011, as the government was crumbling. “There will be a war and no future … Remember my words. 200 billion dollars of projects are now underway, they won’t be finished.”
“You can say we want democracy and rights, we can talk about it, we should have talked about it before,” he added. “Instead of crying over 200 deaths we will cry over hundreds of thousands of deaths. You will all leave Libya, there will be nothing here. There will be no bread in Libya, it will be more expensive than gold.”

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