Darwish, Adel
October 2001
Middle East;Oct2001, Issue 316, p23
Reports the support given by Army officer Muammer Gadaffi to the government in Zimbabwe. Accounts on the journey of Gadaffi to Zimbabwe; Call of Gadaffi for white races to pay compensation and leave Africa; Decision of Gadaffi to turn back on the Arabs.


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