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Benghazi Rising (2011)

At the heart of the conflict that erupted in Benghazi in 2011, lay years of hurt and political repression. Through personal stories told by the people of Benghazi, we trace the conflict ... See full summary »
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At the heart of the conflict that erupted in Benghazi in 2011, lay years of hurt and political repression. Through personal stories told by the people of Benghazi, we trace the conflict from its beginnings in a small protest over one lawyers imprisonment, and capture the inspiring story of how the unarmed people of Libya rocked the titanium police state built by Colonel Gaddafi.

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Sorry to say this is a one-sided very narrow film with 99% missing the facts.
9 November 2013 | by solanojohn55See all my reviews

Sorry to say this is a one-sided very narrow film with 99% missing the facts. I dare to say it is a short propaganda film that the commentator says unverified exaggerated events. You too, might as well go to you tube website and you too can watch and edit a longer film with better results from a combination of uploads. There are many facts and many players that led to the demise and up-rising of that country after the president of Libya gave a sobering speech at the United Nations in NY. I suggest you start by watching and listing to the New World Order sobering speech first then do your own research of what happened to that country. Like many out control history events and unstable other countries to follow you will discover the involvement of the C.I.A, British Government, Israel, many tons of Gold, Oil and, Billions of stable currency. Keep in mind this is the same country and that THE WORLD parsed for cooperative with the west and free of all terror and an accepted the west as a friend for life and a changed direction to the top rising star model to other Middle-East countries with Majority of its students are graduates of the west universities including U.S.A


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