Home Contact Advertise
Thursday, 26 March, 2015, 21:9 ( 19:9 GMT )
Press Releases
Technology
Science
Book Reviews
Editorial/OP-ED



About Us

Radio Zone
Place your advert on The Tripoli Post - A3 space
Daughter of Former Libyan Dictator, Ayesha, Thrown Out of Algeria
04/04/2013 11:05:00
It has now emerged, that one of the reasons the late Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi's daughter, 37-year-old Ayesha, who along with her mother Saifya, and two brothers, Mohammed and Hannibal has left Algeria where they had been given a safe haven and accorded a presidential residence, was because the Algerian authorities had lost patience with her after she kept vandalising furniture and attacking guards out of rage over her father’s fate.

The Gaddafis had been living in the south of Algeria after fleeing Libya when the dictator was overthrown after more than four decades of rule, but Algeria’s ambassador to Libya last month confirmed they had left Algeria and later it transpired that they were granted asylum in Oman and have been living there since October 2012.

Ayesha is a lawyer by profession and the widow of an army general, Ahmed al-Gaddafi al-Qahsi, reportedly killed in a bombing raid along with two of their children, during 2011 revolution. Now an Algerian government source has been reported by UK daily The Telegraph, that Ayesha had been causing so many problems that the authorities lost patience with her.

“She ended up blaming Algeria for many of her problems, and also began starting fires in the house,” the source said, adding, “Shelves in the library went up in flames, as she regularly attacked army personnel looking after her safety.”

Algiers newspaper Ennahar reported that the last straw was when Ayesha destroyed a portrait of Algerian President Abdul Aziz Bouteflika. For this sign of disrespect she was kicked out of the country, and along with the rest of the family, she eventually found and on “humanitarian grounds” was granted asylum in Oman.

Outspoken Ayesha, 37, Gaddafi’s only biological daughter, now a single mother had given birth to a third child, a baby girl after evading rebel forces in Libya. She once described her late father as, “My remedy against pain and my fortress against grief.”

Ayesha and her younger brother Hannibal have an Interpol arrest warrant against their name issued at the request of Libya’s new government.
Comment:
Just bring these stray dogs back to Libya, where they committed so many crimes against Libyans and others for so many years. Only then this bitch will understand what pain is all about. Libya should pursue these criminals to the gates of hell if neccessary.
Comment:
i think the stray bitch dogs have taken over the newspaper!

first there is a recent (unsigned) article that that the family has left Algeria.

then, another (unsigned) article saying they left long ago.

then this, which makes it sound like somebody just MADE UP the second article.

what stray bitch wrote this crapola?

at least Omar jerked off to it.

other people's pain is exciting, Omar? you must be one of The Faithful!

will you go show the imam your BIG load, now, toy-boy?
Comment:
This family should be returned to Libya without delay. They have committed crimes against innocent people and looted the country wealth. I am not worried. Ayesha and Hannibal will commit crimes and create problems in Oman very soon. The Gov't Of Oman will get rid of them too!
Comment:
Ayesha Ayesha...Je ne sais quoi!

Comment:
To slewie the rat,
I read your response to Omar. Where you drunk when you wrote it. You simply sound very stupid and make no sense.
Comment:
The dictator taught his children to recognize no other person in the world except for close relatives as equal to themselves. And now, this habit has become their problem. They cannot find shelter anywhere. And though this did not seem funny during the days of the dictatorship. But now... It's so funny! Isn't it?
Comment:
The dictator taught his children to recognize no other person in the world except for their close relatives as equal to them. And now, this habit has become their own unsolvable problem. They cannot find shelter anywhere. And although this did not seem funny during the days of the dictatorship. But now... It's so funny! Isn't it?
Comment:
The dictator taught his children to recognize no other person in the world except for their close relatives as equal to them. And now, this habit has become their own unsolvable problem. They cannot find shelter anywhere. And although this did not seem funny during the days of the dictatorship. But now... It's so funny! Isn't it?
 

unhcr_ad
More Featured Articles
IS in Libya Beheads 21 Egyptians
In a Hollywood cinematography style video, shot from several angles on a beach, 21 Egyptians were beheaded by IS group in Libya. They were marched by militants in black to a beach the group said was near Tripoli, then they were forced down onto their knees.

Libyan Army Says Its Mission is to Fight Terrorism, Denies Dispute with Government
The Libyan army denies that it is intervening in politics focusing instead on fighting terrorists and militias saying it closely coordinates with the government, warns those who are confusing the political and military landscape in Libya.


Libya: Etheni Government Denies It Transferred Authority to Maateeq Cabinet
The interim government of Mr. Abdullah Etheni has categorically denied that it in a way transferred any of its authorities to the controversial cabinet of Ahmed Maiteeq.

Place your advert here
 

© 2015 - The Tripoli Post