Gaddaf al-Dam’s capture came days after Libyan Prime Minister Ali Zeidan, one of the main pioneers of the nation after Gaddafi’s fall, met with Egyptian chief Mohammed Morsi, the Muslim Brotherhood President who drove Egypt amid its brief test with majority rule government.
“These days all Libyans know about their oversight. They pulverized and sold their nation.”
Ahmed Gaddaf al-Dam
After nine months and, taking after the arrival of a military government in Egypt, Gaddaf al-Dam was vindicated of ownership of unlicensed weapons and additionally opposing capture. Egypt had before rejected a removal demand from Libya.
In the midst of the moving fortunes of North African pioneers in the wake of the Arab Spring, Mohammed Morsi now ends up within an Egyptian jail cell and Ali Zeidan is in a state of banishment in Germany.
From Cairo, Gaddaf al-Dam, potentially the most senior individual from the Gaddafi family not either murdered in Libya’s progressive war or detained, sees developing strife in the nation, which has permitted an effective Islamic State establishment to bloom on the shores of the Mediterranean, as an open door for a rebound.
“We are setting ourselves up to give back,” the senior Gaddafi official told IBTimes UK in a selective meeting. Gaddaf al-Dam asserted upwards of two million Gaddafi supporters had been banished from Libya taking after the 2011 upheaval and a further million uprooted inside were likewise waiting for their chance.
“These days all Libyans know about their error. They crushed and sold their nation,” he said and discontent develops in Libya over its recalcitrant common war. Gaddaf al-Dam said the contention was no more political in nature yet a battle for survival against the Islamic State, a power he portrayed as framed of “outside hired fighters”
Western forces have put their confidence in the administration of national accord to discount Libya and mallet agreement between the nation’s warring gatherings. At present the UN-sponsored government, additionally in a state of banishment in Tunisia, is attempting to assert some authority to Tripoli and the capital’s regulatory foundations. Capable Islamist volunteer armies in the city have officially said they are prepared to take part in a “long war” against the legislature of national accord in the event that it tries to return.
“We see truly no importance for this contention and without a doubt nobody will win. There might come a tomorrow without a country … peace is conceivable with the new development that incorporates all Libyans, that unites every one of their dreams under one banner – the white banner.”
Ahmed Gaddaf al-Dam