Saif el-Islam Gaddafi invites foreign journalists to Libya

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February 24, 2011 14:26

 
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Israel Radio reported Thursday that foreign journalists will be allowed into Libya to report on the current situation of protests in Libya, Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi's son Seif el-Islam Gaddafi said.

In an interview with Libyan State TV, Gaddafi added that he invites diplomatic journalists to come to Libya in cars and airplanes in order to see for themselves whether or not Libyan aircraft were bombing civilians, as the media has thus far reported.

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