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Gaddafi resurrects as Africans blame ‘evil NATO’

Experts say the humanitarian crisis in Libya is a result of the U.S. intervention into Libya led under former President Barack Obama.

Former Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi was literally reawakened from the dead on Saturday as Africans called out “Evil NATO’, former U.S. President Barack Obama and Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton.

France, Britain, as NATO members were also called out for joining NATO in supporting Libyan rebels, who eventually toppled Qaddafi in 2011.

NATO conducted many airstrikes on Libyan targets and eventually on 20 October 2011, Gaddafi was killed like a dog by the rebels fighting him.

Libya has not known peace since then.

On Saturday Gaddafi trended on Twitter amid the ongoing war in Ukraine and NATO’s stance against Russia.

Commenters were of the view that NATO would leave Ukraine worse the way it left Iraq and Libya.

Here are the Twitter comments on NATO, the West and Gaddafi:




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