Made for each other

Fenyvesi, Charles
March 1994
U.S. News & World Report;3/7/94, Vol. 116 Issue 9, p24
Discusses how Muammar Qadhafi, faced with international sanctions and a Muslim fundamentalist underground in Libya, has turned to his old friends in Iran. Belief of intelligence sources that Tehran's Islamic connections helped Qadhafi foil an October 1993 coup attempt that involved an uprising by fundamentalist Libyan military personnel; Iranian promise to supply Qadhafi with civilian and military supplies cut off by the United Nations-imposed embargo.


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