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Under Ghadaffi’s watch, Libya was a stable, organized society.
The news came as donors pledged more than $1.3 billion dollars to help support Libya's main opposition group, after countries backing NATO's military mission there met to prepare for the post-Moammar Gadhafi era.
will have to shell out at least an extra $274 million till the end of the current 90 day no fly zone extension period - brining total expenditure to a minimum of $938 million.
The current situation in Libya, involving slavery and human trafficking, has been brought to global attention because we now live in the age of communication where nothing good or bad can be hidden forever.
But the situation is far worse than has been depicted.
Nigerians constitute the majority of these illegal migrants.
The Nigerians who have been brought back from Libya have told heart-rending stories of woe and misery: how they were sold into slavery by the Arabs and by their own Nigerian brothers and sisters, how they were subjected to all forms of indignity including rape, extortion, and torture, and how living in Libya is now the equivalent of a trip to hell.Quite a number of issues deserve closer interrogation to enable us to appreciate the depth of this crisis.
Libya remains nonetheless, a major transit point and exit route for many Africans seeking to escape illegally into Europe.The average Libyan had access to free housing, free medical care, and free education.The government provided infrastructure, and although Ghadaffi soon became a practical dictator, he managed to grow a sense of Libyan identity and unity.They may be kidnapped at the border by rampaging Arab militants, turned into slaves, and asked to contact their families back home to pay a ransom. The images that we have seen from Libyan slave camps are sad.Arab racism has been an issue and violence towards foreigners is not necessarily new in Libya, but it is getting worse because now the issue is not strictly racism but the people’s desperation for survival in a state that failed.The result is the mayhem that has overtaken Libya since the fall of Ghadaffi.