Libyan Regime Collapsing, Lebanon to Follow Imam Sadr’s Cause
Lebanese former lawmaker and AMAL movement official Nasser Nasrallah said that the regime in Libya was no doubt falling, and highlighted that this was the natural outcome of any tyrannical and dictatorial regime.
In an exclusive interview with Al-Manar Website, Nasrallah said that the kidnapping of Imam Moussa Sadr and his two companions Sheikh Mohamad Yaaqoub and journalist Abbas Badreddine constituted the ‘turning point’ in Muammar Gaddafi’s life. He noted that Gaddafi has entered what he called a ‘maze of darkness’ since that time.
Nasrallah confirmed that efforts to reveal the truth will continue, and wished that Imam Sadr would be alive, as he noted that his eminence was a man for the entire nation, not only Lebanon.
Au-delà du sort de Moussa Sadr, l’interview est intéressante quant à la position du parti Amal sur la révolution libyenne, la chute (qu’il juge légitime – Amal accuse Kadafi d’avoir fait assassiner son fondateur Moussa Sadr en 1978) d’un tyran et l’intervention (nettement moins légitime) de l’OTAN.