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Libyan leader who seized power in a military coup d'etat in 1969

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Trump has long criticized Clinton for involving the United States in Libya and helping to topple Qadhdhafi.
Right now it's far worse than ever under Saddam Hussein or Qadhdhafi," Trump said.
He fought against the Qadhdhafi forces in the Nafusa mountains.
Farrakhan is a fiery 80-year-old preacher who has previously counted the late Libyan strongman Moammar Qadhdhafi among his friends.
But he quickly added that he and other Libyans were grateful to the United States for its help in overthrowing Qadhdhafi, and that he hoped for a democratic, secular government in his own country.
The article quoted unnamed sources as saying the US had "serious concerns" that Iran made the shells and that the Americans were "investigating whether Iran supplied" them to the government of Moammar Qadhdhafi.
In recent months, the Islamic Republic has charged that Washington was a close ally of Qadhdhafi and was trying to save his regime.
The missing Shia spiritual leader, Musa Sadr, who disappeared in Libya in 1978, was "liquidated" at the time, a former aide to Moammar Qadhdhafi said last Wednesday.
Ramadan said it was "possible" that Qadhdhafi had given the orders for Sadr to be killed because after the meeting, "He said: 'Take him'.
He described ousted Libyan dictator Moammar Qadhdhafi as having ruled with full American support.
Khatami warned the Al Saud and Al Khalifa ruling families in Saudi Arabia and Bahrain to remember that a fate similar to that of dictators like Saddam Hussein and Moammar Qadhdhafi would befall them if they continue committing crimes against their people.
The Islamic Republic is telling the world that the death of Moammar Qadhdhafi is a great loss for the United States and is warning that the West now intends to steal Libya's wealth and leave Libyans mired in poverty.
Moammar Qadhdhafi toppled King Idris in 1969 to 2 million barrels over the next three decades.
A protester posing as ousted Libyan leader Moammar Qadhdhafi presided over the ceremony uniting in matrimony figures dressed as Ahmadi-nejad and Syrian President Bashar al-Assad.
Although the Islamic Republic is trying to put some distance between itself and the overthrown Libyan government, it is actually still pumping out the same propaganda about Libya as deposed ruler Moammar Qadhdhafi.