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Sunday, October 21, 2012

The fate of Gaddafi, a year after his death

Three of his eight  children died Those who survived had different fates. His widow sought refuge in Algeria , while his son Saif al Islam  awaits trial in Libya. Of the eight biological children of Khadafi, three died during the rebellion:  Said al Arab (April 2011), Khamis (August 2011) and Mutassim (October 2011) , as well as former national security advisor,  Mutassim Gaddafi, who was killed by the rebels on the same day that Muammar Gaddafi. Another four-Saadi Gaddafi sons, Mohammed, Aisha and Hannibal-have escaped to Algeria and Niger. And the virtual successor to Gaddafi, his second son, Saif al-Islam, his whereabouts are unknown.

Safiya Gadhafi (wife)


Safiya Farkas , the mother of seven of the eight biological children of Gaddafi in August 2011 fled to Algeria with his son Hannibal , his son Mohammed , and his daughter Aisha, after being awarded the refuge under " humane conditions " , and before you kill Gaddafi, the October 20, 2011According to the BBC account, it is believed that now lives in a house in Staoueli, near Algiers, the Algerian government strict orders not to make public political statements or interfere in Libyan affairs.

Muhammad Gaddafi (son)


If the rebels had not overthrown Gaddafi,  Muhammad could have gone to the London Olympics,  he was the president of the Libyan Olympic Committee. He's with his mother in Algeria . Muhammad is the  son of Gaddafi with his first wife, Fathia.  was also the president of domestic mail and the state telecommunications company. He was not charged by the  International Criminal Court  and is not believed to have played an important role in attempts to dispel the uprisings last year.

Saif al Islam Gaddafi (son)


Gaddafi's second son, who was believed to be his former heir, Saif al Islam,  was captured a month after the death of his father  and has since been held in the mountain town of Zintan.  Saif al Islam, a graduate of  The London School of Economics , is the center of a protracted dispute between the  International Criminal Court, where he is accused of crimes against humanity, and Libyan courts, insisting that should be tried in that country. The rebels seem to have won the battle, but still not set a date for trial.  When his father lived  headed Saif  Gaddafi Foundation for Development. In 2006 he left the country after criticizing his father's regime. Two years later he returned. Always said not wanting to be the heir of his father in power. It was the television to come forward "rivers of blood" against protesters.

Saadi Gaddafi (son)

Saadi Gaddafi  

Saadi Gadhafi,  head of the Libyan Football Federation and the Special Forces of Libya, found refuge  in Niger, where consguió asylum. He lives in a state guest in Niamey, after fleeing by the Sahara desert. Niger has rejected extradition requests Libyan rebels, fearing that they will condemn  "certain (...) to the death penalty." Saadi  was  sporting face family  when his father was alive He is 37 years old. He had a brief stint in the Italian first division. In 2003 he played for Perugia just one game because he failed a drug test. In 2005 he played 10 minutes for Udinese. In season 2006-2007 was part of the Sampdoria squad but did not play.  In September, Interpol issued a red notice since his capture requires member countries that are part of the institution. In August, two months before he killed his father,  SAADI is contacted with a CNN reporter to ask him to act as an intermediary with the rebels and asked for a ceasefire.

Aisha Gaddafi, (daughter)

  Aisha Gaddafi

Aisha Gadhafi , the only daughter of Colonel by birth, was the refuge of Algeria with her ​​mother and brother. Three days after his arrival it was learned that she had given birth to a baby girl, whom she named Safiya in honor of his mother. Aisha became  lawyer of former Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein. headed an organization that also defended Muntadhar al-Zaid i, the man who in 2010 threw a shoe at former President George W. Bush, shouting: "This is a goodbye kiss from the Iraqi people, dog." Quiet profile,  Aisha was ambassador for the UN peace  until that office was suspended after the UN resolution 1973, which established an arms embargo and a freeze of their assets. Despite being under strict surveillance by the Government of Algeria, who is interested in her to stay silent, never appeared once a Syrian television to ask the Libyans to rebel against the rebels in the government. He also hired an Israeli lawyer, Nick Kaufman, to ask the International Criminal Court to investigate the death of his father .

Hanaa Khadafi (adopted daughter)


Muammar Gaddafi said several times that her adopted daughter Hanaa had died in a U.S. air strike in 1986, when he was 18 months old. However, since the death of Gaddafi have been several rumors that she is still alive, but his current location is unknown. There have been video footage of Hanaa playing with his father and brothers several years after the bombing. They also found in the complex of Bab al Aziziyah Khadafi some medical documents and even a British Council certificate under the name of Muammar Gaddafi Hanaa. Sources report that Libya Hanaa studied medicine and worked at the Tripoli Medical Center for several years.


Contributors close to the government of Gaddafi

As it happened that on the anniversary of the assassination of Gaddafi has announcedthe whereabouts  of Moussa Ibrahim, who was the face of the Gaddafi government to the outside world.  was arrested in the city of Tarhuna , 90 kilometers southeast of Tripoli , when he was arrested by militiamen in an area known as Um Al Rashrash.


I used to make almost daily statements to reporters and said the regime would defeat even as the rebel offensive entered the capital. The same clan that Khadafi, Ibrahim studied at several British universities and said he had lived in London for 15 years. The last time he was seen was in Tripoli just before was taken by opposition forces. There have been several rumors about his arrest, the most recent in January 2012, but all have proven false. Who was  one of the most powerful men of the Gaddafi regime, former intelligence chief and former Foreign Minister  Musa Kusa , defected after the rebellion rebellious and traveled to Britain from Tunisia.


He now lives in Qatar, a country that supported the rebels who killed Gaddafi .

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