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’s energy sector — dependent on oil — is largely unsustainable. But what are the alternatives?
Johnny Rocket’s and Burger Fuel among others preparing to move into Tripoli.
The new flag is an unescapable motif in “Free Libya” — but can what once was a rallying symbol in revolutionary Libya be used to mollify instead?
Libyan-American writer Khaled Mattawa pens a poem on the student executions of the Gaddafi years.