Just over two months old, Libyan Flavours (“نكهات ليبية”) has established itself as “an initiative to keep the identity of Libya alive,” already garnering a strong base of some fifty-five thousand followers who regularly post photos of paintings, landscapes, meals, and snapshots from quotidian life in Libya. The producers themselves have released two well-advertised videos over the more »
Basit Igtet and the magical mystery campaign
“It was in fact a spontaneous revolution by unarmed people, marching in protest and seeking their rights.”
Libya needs another licensed Internet provider to compete with LTT in providing Internet services to the country.
I have never wanted to write publicly on Libya. Part of this has to do with the fact that, as you might pick up from my name, I’m not Libyan. I have a deep ethical distaste for the rise of Westerners (I highlight Westerners here because I have yet to see others doing the same) more »
How the embattled administration could save its legacy before it’s too late.
Law 37 will not only criminalize ‘glorification of the former reagime’, but any insult to the state.
What challenges will Libyan writers face as they sit down to pen a revolution that has yet to end?