Gaddafi's daughter to NY Times: Rebels sold arms to Hamas

April 27, 2011 07:47


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Libyan rebels sold weapons to Hamas and Hezbollah, Aisha Gaddafi, the daughter of Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi told the New York Times in an interview published on Wednesday. She claimed the information came from Libyan intelligence reports.

“When my father was there, see how safe Europe was and how safe Libya was?” she asked.

Gaddafi, a lawyer who once served as a member of Saddam Hussein's legal defense team, dismissed the Libyan rebels as "terrorists."

She stated that her father was not afraid at all and was "quite sure that the Libyan people are loyal to him.”

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