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Protests against former Libyan dictator Muamar Gaddafi

According to a report by Israel’s Galei Tzahal raqdio, the late Libyan president/dictator Muammar Gaddafi turned to Israel via secret channel, asking for Israel’s help in getting the Western forces to stop attacking and trying to overthrow his regime.

Obviously it didn’t work.

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Gaddafi was killed in 2011.

Libya has been in a civil war with itself and in battles with ISIS for the past 5 years. Over half a million Libyans have been left homeless as a result of the fighting.

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  1. I can recall a time when Israel trusted outsiders/Egypt for assistance against a Bigger Foe/Rome. It ended up in destruction of the Temple and everyone scattered. Or how about the First time. When Israel trusted outsiders. Nebuchadnezzar's onslaught was the result.

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