Dear Dr. Ibrahim:
I am somewhat puzzeld by some of the reports of the folks who presented themselves to the Libyan Mission to the United Nations, as presented to you in their letters and posted on your website.
Take for instance the content of Mr. El Deeb's letter. In the middle of the fourth paragraph, he states:"There were a lot of sensitive issues discussed with him." Exactly what was discussed is not properly reported. Why Is that? If you would all kindly elaborate, it will help me and other curious countrymen learn about what was discussed. Certainly, the formality of any meeting at the level that many of our esteemed countrymen attended should have had an agenda. What was the agenda? And in the course of various meetings, attended by very different individuals; did the agenda change or remain the same? Please, ask our esteemed countrymen to take the time if they could to come up with a revised report, so we may learn about what was discussed and be placed on your web site.
I am by no means against anyone of my countrymen who went to New York in good faith to speak with the representative of the Libyan Mission. .Judging by the titles they have attained, I am quite certain they were intelligent and eloquent for the task they went to attain during their visit. But I am leery about the good faith of any government representative, speaking on behalf of regime that was bent on destroying us. Why would Mr.Dorda take an initiative without acquiring permission of the higher ups in Tripoli? It would seem contrary to any governmental procedure for someone like Mr.Dorda, with an Ambassadorial rank to go out of his way in good faith, to speak to us, if there are no other hidden motives by the higher ups in Tripoli. If anyone would kindly explain this to me, it may help reduce my anxiety towards the representative of the Libyan mission and his staff.
Thank you Dr. Ibrahim for posting this letter, and in conveying its contents to my esteemed countrymen and if possible, to the staff and the Libyan Ambassador in the Libyan Mission to the United Nations.
Hares El Marma