Libya's ambassador to India resigns in protest against violence: BBC
Justice would be prevailed on the sacrifice of the people of Libya protesting vehemently against the tyrant ruler of the country Moammar Gaddafi. We are happy to hear that the Libyan ambassador to India Ali Al-Essawi has resigned from his post on the ground of dissent on the government of Moammar Gaddafi. This is probably the first real pressure on Moammar Gaddafi from inside the government. Essawi’s resignation would work positively and many more will follow suit elsewhere in the Libyan Embassies, I believe. The news has been aired in BBC’s Arabic Service website. The BBC confirmed this news to Reuters that it had spoken to Essawi in this respect. Essawi protested against the government violent crackdown on the demonstrators demanding the end of Gaddafi’s rule for establishing the democracy. It seems once there is a spark, there would definitely be an inferno. Libyan people will now find support from outside their country for their legitimate revolutionary demand.