Dear Dr. Ibrahim:
This message was emailed to Mr. Dorda on April 7, 2000. Please publish the content for public usefullness.
Dear Mr. Ambassador:
Libyan record on human abuse is at the high margin, will you kindly put your sincere effort to remove the plight of thousands of our citizens. Our civility, dignity and humanity reject these brand of humiliation and destructiveness.
The false accusation of our fine men and women for being traitors to our country is unpleasant landmark of this millennium and it is an ugly scar on Libya's face. We may praise the courage of president Abdu Duof, the honesty of president Nelson Mandela and work tirelessly for the peace in Africa, but the best of all is spreading the peace and security out in our country and among our people. as our Libyan proverb states "Al-Hura auwal matzareeb etzareeb bait'ha" (The real hard working lady is the one who takes care of her home in the first place).
The physical and mental abuse on our citizens should stop and should stop right now, the political detainees should be released and this should take place right now, a round table discussion about the future of our country with the participation of all Libyan political elements (a healthy vehicle for the stability in our country) should be planned for right now. Simply, the healing process is needed and should start right now.
I will stop right her awaiting your contribution.
With best regards