Shalgam: Libya will not be an emirate under control of tiny Qatar
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Shalgam: Libya will not be an emirate under control of tiny Qatar

Doha : Qatar | Nov 03, 2011 at 1:05 PM PDT
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the former Libyan Foreign Minister and current ambassador to the United Nations Abdulrahman Shalgam accused Qatar to be going the same route taken by Muammar Gaddafi of paranoia and of having the illusion that it leads the region and that it is working on the formation of a libyan version of Hezbollah.

Said Shalgam in the program "with the event," which is broadcast through the German TV Arabic section "Deutsche Welle", that Qatar wants to dominate Libya and that the President of the Transitional Libyan Council and the libyan delegation who visited Qatar recently accepted what was imposed on them in Doha without having political experience and background knowledge of things.

Shalgam added that the delegation of the Libyan Transitional Council agreed to things imposed on them from Qatar, while rejected by most Libyans and that they - that Qatar and its allies - are delusional if they continue in the direction of dominance on Libya, because Libyans will not accept that and they will be resisted in every way.

Shalgam added that the delegation of the Libyan Transitional Council agrred to things imposed on them from Qatar, while rejected by most Libyans and that they - that Qatar and its allies - are delusional if they continue in the direction of dominance on Libya, because Libyans will not accept that and they will be resisted in every way.

Shalgam said " Libya will not be the Emirate of Libya belonging to the Emir of the faithful in Qatar."

Abdel Rahman Shalgam accused the State of Qatar not to stand at the same distance from all parties in Libya, and refused Qatar taking over the leadership of International Coalition forces in Libya, whose army he described as a "mercenaries."

Shalqam described the process of collecting arms in Libya as a trick where the team in charge of collecting weapons under the supervision of Qatar will collect arms and give it to others.

Abdel Rahman Shalgam accused the State of Qatar not to stand at the same distance from all parties in Libya, and refused Qatar taking over the leadership of International Coalition forces in Libya, whose army he described as a "mercenaries."

Shalqam described the process of collecting arms in Libya as a trick where the team in charge of collecting weapons under the supervision of Qatar will collect arms and give it to others.

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bacham is based in Tunis, Tunis, Tunisia, and is a Reporter on Allvoices.
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