Video: The Wife of Gaddafi's Son Burning the Face of an Ethiopian Woman Working as Her Nanny part of Luxury and horror hiding in the Gadhafi family dwellings

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Addis Ababa : Ethiopia | almost 3 years ago
Moammar Gadhafi told his people that he lived modestly over 42 years of his government, and often slept in a Bedouin tent.Even if that was true for the leader, of course it was not for...
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The Wife of Gaddafi's Son Burning the Face of an Ethiopian Woman Working as Her Nanny

We Ethiopians are now a nation under the gun. All kind of misery and suffering is happening to us. At home as well as overseas. Famine, torture and killings at home. And abuse and inhuman treatment overseas. This time our tormentor is Libya. And his name is Gaddaffi. Not the father but his son. His son by the name Hannibal Gaddaffi has a wife by the name Aline. She hired an Ethiopian woman as a nanny to babysit her children. She came to Libya a year ago. The next thing the Ethiopian woman by the name Mullah got is burned face and scalp when Hannibal's Gaddafi's wife threw boiled water on her face and scalp. And she did it twice. This has become our story. Shame, hunger, humiliation, torture, you name it has become our fate. Where is God our almighty when all these things are happening? Will he turn his face soon towards us? Forty years have passed since we have been in turmoil. Will our mighty God come to our rescue? Will God save Ethiopia and Ethiopians once again? Please pray. And pray hard and continuously. Our God will listen. He is full of mercy. He will heal our wounds. Pray for Ethiopia and for Ethiopians.
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