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    • Ben
    • 13.09.12 | 11:34 (IDT)

    Killing of a US Ambassador in Libya is not only a condemnable act, it is sad and gory. An ambassador is supposed to be the most protected precious asset in the host country even when the two countries are at war with each other. And Libya and the US won friendship the hard and bloody way. The present dispensation in Benghazi was installed after a civil war, aided and funded by the US, to rid the Libyans of atrocious rule of Col Qaddafi. The Libyans, both people and their government, should have been grateful to the US. But this event of killing of US ambassador indicates that Americans have such a wonderful quality of turning friends into foes. This has happened in many countries and this is still happening in Afghanistan where we see a dangerous shift from blue-on-green to green-on-blue. Read more at: http://passivevoices.wordpress.com/2012/09/13/benghazi-incident-why-the-americans-are-so-adept-at-turning-friends-into-foes/

    from the article: California man confirms role in anti-Islam film that sparked deadly Libya violence
    First published 09:36 13.09.12 | Last updated 09:36 13.09.12
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