Mustafa Abdel Jalil
Last quote by Mustafa Abdel Jalil
We are surprised at these voices calling for division in Libya. We call on all Libyans to gather round the internationally legitimate Council.
Mar 07 2012
Mustafa Abdel Jalil has been quoted 8 times. The two most recent articles where Mustafa Abdel Jalil has been quoted are Libya after the revolution.. and NTC leader announces Libya's liberation. Most recently, Mustafa Abdel Jalil was quoted as having said, “The source of all legislation in Libya is Sharia law. On this basis, and during the transition period, any law or decision that is not in accordance will not be implemented.”.
Quotes by Mustafa Abdel Jalil
Nov 11 2011
The source of all legislation in Libya is Sharia law. On this basis, and during the transition period, any law or decision that is not in accordance will not be implemented.
Oct 23 2011
We are a muslim country and Sharia will be the base of all laws…so all legislation that is not in accordance to the principals of Islam will not be applied.
Oct 22 2011
We are trying hard to speed up the process of the treatments. Both moderately and critically wounded people want to be treated abroad, which is difficult. They are competing with each other.
Oct 01 2011
The revolutionaries camping at the frontline of Sirte have given residents two days to leave the city, which will allow for the evacuation of large numbers of civilians.
Sep 07 2011
There isn't any kind of negotiation or contact with the government of Niger in this context. The Niger government does not recognise the Transitional Council yet, but we are depending on international laws and treaties concerning this issue.
Aug 29 2011
Muammar Gaddafi has defied the world by challenging coalition forces. He remains a threat not only to the Libyans but to the world. Therefore the Libyan people and humanity appeal to allied troops to continue protecting the Libyan people from this tyrant.
Jun 27 2011
The decision issued today by the International Criminal Court renders any proposals or initiatives to protect Muammar al-Gaddafi or to hold talks with him pointless.
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