Who inherits the Arab revolts
MARION O'CALLAGHAN Monday, April 11 2011
"Benghazi is part of that province of Cyrene once with a substantial Jewish population and once part of the Greco-Roman implantation in North Africa. It was knocked together with two other quite different regions to form today’s Libya. Is this why the rebels, headquartered in Benghazi, were of interest to Bernard Henri-Levy? There he was on BBC, blushing before the compliment that it was he who had sold the Rebels to the French President Nicholas Sarkozy."
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