February: Libyan Resistance Month

1991: Libyans celebrate the Great Manmade River Project, which provided clean water to thousands of households and converted acres of desert into fertile farmland. The River was destroyed as part of the 2011 NATO bombing campaign, with the factory that built pipes for the project also being destroyed.

1991: Libyans celebrate the Great Manmade River Project, which provided clean water to thousands of households and converted acres of desert into fertile farmland. The River was destroyed as part of the 2011 NATO bombing campaign, with the factory that built pipes for the project also being destroyed.

February has been designated as Libyan Resistance Month on Crimson Satellite. This is time set aside to honor the men and women who have fought and continue to courageously fight occupation forces in the country, with the aim of restoring sovereignty and direct democracy.

As political prisoners and their lawyers are held and tortured in the puppet regime’s jails, as crimes are committed against civilians in Bani Walid, as an unprecedented ideological and ethnic cleansing campaign is being carried out across the country — it’s important to keep in our thoughts the heroic Libyan Resistance fighters.

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Libya Will Rise Again!

Nina Westbury
Editor of Crimson Satellite

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4 thoughts on “February: Libyan Resistance Month

  1. The pigs are arriving, the borders must be opened, any foreign occupier must be crucified.
    Open the borders, arm every Libyan and do not let the traitors escape with their lives. Bury the pigs in Libya with the traitors. Arm the Africans, open the borders and crucify the pigs. Allah is with you.

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