Thanks Dr. Ibrahim:
I would like to express my views about what some fellow Libyans wrote in their letters which I fully respect anyway, but some times I feel sorry that somebody carry such contradictory opinions.
For example, Mr. MrabiT badly criticized Dr.Scandarani and described him as naive for carrying different opinion, though in his very same letter he put "freedom of speech" as one of many conditions to start a dialogue.
Others like Mr. N Abou-Hawia described those who participated in the dialogue as marginal people. I do't know his cut line or definition of marginal as opposed to non-marginal? Is it being a member of the opposition movement, or your level of education or some thing else; God knows. Every body knows that people in such movement carry different motives for their activities, not simply the salvation of Libya but mostly to gain the seat of power in LIBYA, otherwise Qadaffi is one of the leaders who appear in public quite often, and you know what I mean: if they wanna do it, but also you know what is gonna happen to you, i.e. you can't harvest any thing, i.e. no seat of power, but you can salvage LIBYA if that is the real motive of non-marginal people like yourself. Personally I think Qadaffi is more benign than some opposition leaders like Colonel Khalifa Hafter given what he did to Libyan soldiers and Chadian people in Chad war and if you know him personally ask him: how many Libyan soldiers he executed and how many times Qadaffi spent the night with him in the same tent in Chad where he could easily "salvaged LIBYA" if he really wanted to do so.
Finally I leave you with the Chinese proverb: "The thousand mile march starts with one step"