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Who is next after Gaddafi’s regime?

The revolution and victory in Libya was determined by its own people; the Libyans. The downfall of the Libyan dictator regime was not possible without the determination of the Libyans and their blood which pushed the victory closer day after day since the 17th of February 2011.

The history will inscribe the date of Sunday 21st Ramadan 1432 H which is the 21st of August 2011 AC on the Libyan earth for the future generations to remember. It is the day of victory of the people on their arrogant dictator who ruled them for over 42 years with death and fears.

Gaddafi and his regime must have a fair and just trial inside Libya itself because most of his crimes were committed against the Libyan people for many years. Gaddafi is one of the most arrogant criminal dictators in the Arab world. He oppressed the people for many years. One of the biggest achievements after the victory is the freedom and democracy that the Libyans people should build in the coming future.

Gaddafi is one of the best examples of those leaders who became arrogant after they control power. He is a lesson for many arrogant leaders oppressing their own people. There are many example of them all over the world especially the Arab region.

The other three countries where there are revolutionary uprising going on now are Yemen, Bahrain and Syria. This doesn’t mean that the rest of the Arab world is democratic. In fact there are many arrogant and ruthless regimes in many Arab countries.

The question now; is; who is going to be the fourth regime to fall after Mouamar Gaddafi?

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