Liberated Libya chooses New Islamic Future

Published October 24th, 2011 - 08:17 GMT

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Libyans celebrate following the announcement of the liberation of the country in Martyr's Square in central Tripoli on October 
23, 2011 three days after ousted despot Moamer Kadhafi was killed.  Formerly Green Square, now Martyr's Square, saw bigger crowds during the Revolution, but  the occasion of freedom & a new Libya has drawn quite a crowd.
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Image 1 of 8: Libyans celebrate following the announcement of the liberation of the country in Martyr's Square in central Tripoli on October 23, 2011 three days after ousted despot Moamer Kadhafi was killed. Formerly Green Square, now Martyr's Square, saw bigger crowds during the Revolution, but the occasion of freedom & a new Libya has drawn quite a crowd.

Libyan oil and finance minister Ali Tarhuni attends a ceremony announcing the liberation for the country in the eastern city of Benghazi 23rd October.
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Image 1 of 8: Libyan oil and finance minister Ali Tarhuni attends a ceremony announcing the liberation for the country in the eastern city of Benghazi 23rd October.

Thousands of Libyans celebrate during a ceremony announcing the liberation for the country in the eastern city of Benghazi. The 
mood is jubilant, and not even criticism about the nature of the death of Kadhafi is dampening anybody's revelry.
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Image 1 of 8: Thousands of Libyans celebrate during a ceremony announcing the liberation for the country in the eastern city of Benghazi. The mood is jubilant, and not even criticism about the nature of the death of Kadhafi is dampening anybody's revelry.

Libyans celebrate following the official day of liberation for the country in the eastern city of Benghazi on October 23, 2011
 just days after ousted Colonel Kadhafi was captured and killed.
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Image 1 of 8: Libyans celebrate following the official day of liberation for the country in the eastern city of Benghazi on October 23, 2011 just days after ousted Colonel Kadhafi was captured and killed.

Libyan NTC leader Mustafa Abdul Jalil speaks during a ceremony announcing the liberation for the country. 
During a happy but somber speech in which he marked the heroic sacrifice of the dead fighters for Libya's freedom day, offering his sympathy for Turkey's earthquake victims, he hails the new age of peace, unity, and Islamic values.
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Image 1 of 8: Libyan NTC leader Mustafa Abdul Jalil speaks during a ceremony announcing the liberation for the country. During a happy but somber speech in which he marked the heroic sacrifice of the dead fighters for Libya's freedom day, offering his sympathy for Turkey's earthquake victims, he hails the new age of peace, unity, and Islamic values.

Thousands of Libyans celebrate during a ceremony announcing the liberation for the country in the eastern city of Benghazi  after ousted despot Moamer Kadhafi was captured and killed. A series of optimistic speeches by the new interim leaders ushered in the new age of Libya and paying tribute to the courageous efforts that got them to this point.
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Image 1 of 8: Thousands of Libyans celebrate during a ceremony announcing the liberation for the country in the eastern city of Benghazi after ousted despot Moamer Kadhafi was captured and killed. A series of optimistic speeches by the new interim leaders ushered in the new age of Libya and paying tribute to the courageous efforts that got them to this point.

A Libyan man waves his new national flag during a ceremony announcing the liberation for the country in the eastern city of 
Benghazi. The new flag chimes in with the new chapter of hope for Libya. It also promises a return to Islamic values, 
with the reinstatement of rights to marry more than one wife, as well as exclusively Islamic banking.
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Image 1 of 8: A Libyan man waves his new national flag during a ceremony announcing the liberation for the country in the eastern city of Benghazi. The new flag chimes in with the new chapter of hope for Libya. It also promises a return to Islamic values, with the reinstatement of rights to marry more than one wife, as well as exclusively Islamic banking.

Libyans celebrate following the official of liberation for the country with shows of warmth and unity taking hold of a nation that has been through a very tough and traumatic period. The future's bright, the future's blessed and Islamic, promises the key note speech by Mustafa 
Abdul Jalil, the interim Libyan ruler.
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Image 1 of 8: Libyans celebrate following the official of liberation for the country with shows of warmth and unity taking hold of a nation that has been through a very tough and traumatic period. The future's bright, the future's blessed and Islamic, promises the key note speech by Mustafa Abdul Jalil, the interim Libyan ruler.

Free and new Libya last night ushered in a new era of post-Gaddafi political and social life. In a series of celebratory speeches in which new leaders declared liberation for Libya, any regret by Mustafa Abdul Jalil for the brutal death of their cruel lingering tyrant, was muted by jubiliation and optimism for a new Islamic path that included a lift on the polygamy ban and a return to Islamic banking.

This departure from tyranny and corruption was prominent as the fresh-faced leaders emphasized the unity, humanity, and purity of their next phase. At the same time, Jalil bid good luck and encouragement to the Syrian and Yemeni revolutions in progress.

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