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Protest Against The Flagrant Abuse
of Human Rights by Mu'ammar al-Qadhafi's Regime


Mansour al-Kikhia

Mansur Kikhia Foundation for Democracy & Human Rights

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Mansur Kikhia Foundation For Democracy & Human Rights is glad to announce that this year's demonstration will be held in front of The Libyan Mission to the United Nations (309 E. 48th Street, New York) at 11:00 AM on Saturday, September 1st, 2001. The committee invites all Libyans & all Human Rights Supporters to participate in this demonstration to protest against the flagrant abuse of human rights by Mu'ammar al-Qadhafi's regime and to express our gravest concern for the severe deterioration of the economic, political and social conditions in Libya. Mr. Mansur Kikhia, a Libyan human rights activist, was abducted in December 10, 1993 while attending a human rights conference in Cairo, Egypt. It is now widely believed that Qadhafi’s ruthless security apparatus has executed Mr. Kikhia shortly after his abduction. Qadhafi’s foolish policies and his involvement in domestic (Libyan Arab Airlines flight 1103) and international (Pan Am flight 103) acts of terrorism against innocent civilians and his interference in internal affairs of other countries around the globe, have turned Libya into a rogue, pariah state. In addition to the loss of human lives, these tragedies have resulted in the economic sanctions imposed on the Libyan people since April 15, 1992.

We now ask the Secretary General of the United Nations to send a fact finding mission to Libya to examine the human rights abuses, as well as the health conditions of the Libyan people. We consider the situation to be urgent because we believe that the human rights conditions in Libya have reached a critical stage and continue to deteriorate at an alarming rate.

Thank you

Mansur Kikhia Foundation for Democracy & Human Rights


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