Mr. El-kikhia you should know that people had enough of this garbage and you really sound like a guilty man. The issue is not who Anonymous is or why he wrote what he wrote, but What he wrote. Anonymous did not choose anyone from the opposition and decided it to criticize him. You did and said the things which Anonymous said you did and said. Everybody now knows this fact. Other members of the opposition did not do or say the same things you did and say and Anonymous said nothing about them. In the opinion of most Libyans Anonymous was giving you an advice to clean up your act and to be very careful not to do things that are not good for you and for the opposition and your country, like having unholy alliance with the enemies of the Arabs and Muslims.
In one of your letters you said you were in BBC, ABC, Voice of America and you also testified in the Congress and wrote a book about Ghathafi 3 or 4 years ago and the regime never attacked you, so why they have to attack you about your speech at the meeting in Washington D.C. 3 months later? What is more dangerous to the regime, BBC, ABC, Voice of America, the American Congress, a whole book, or a speech which very few people in the world knew about? If the regime wanted to attack you they could have hired people long time ago and they could asked them to publish it in Al-sharq Alawsat or Alahyat or Al-Arab, etc... They have the money do this and more. Almost all Libyans agree with the views of Anonymous and with his reasons to publish them. Mr. El-kikhia, you are a public figure and you should not expect people to give you a break and disagree with you only in private. You are a stubborn and arrogant man who denied the facts even in public, how if someone gave you advice in private. But I think the person who said that you think that you are the King of Opposition because you think that people must give you a call first if they disagreed with you. In your last letter you want to generate sympathy by trying to make your case similar to good Hiala, but people are not going to buy it, because Haila did not have a holy alliance with the enemies of Arabs and Muslims and did not call the members of the opposition hired guns, so please do not try to use her case or the case of others in your favor.
You said you have nothing personal against Dr. Errishi, why then you try to take the chance and attack him personally in every letter you wrote lately. I do not have to defend Dr. Errishi because the Libyan people everywhere know how honest and indpendent he is. They know that Dr. Errishi has the intelligence and the connections to be a millionair in his twenties but he still live with his whole family in a rented 2-bedroom apartment in order to save money and support his brothers and sisters in Libya. If Dr. Errishi wants the money he can make the Big Money and if he wants positions he can have the Big Positions. I have been in the opposition for twenty years and I know for fact that all the leaders of the opposition wanted Dr. Errishi to join them because they believed that he could make a huge difference, but Dr Errishi always said No. That was his right and all the leaders of the opposition respected his choice and they never attacked him or called him names or questioned his motives and indpendence. So Mr. El-kikhia do not waste your time trying to launch personal attacks against Dr. Errishi because people are not going to believe the lies and the crazy and funny innuendos. People are much smarter than you think.
In your letter dated 6/25/2001 you played games with words to deny that you accused the members of the opposition of participating in opposition activities only when they were paid. In your denial you wrote the following: "I never accused any Libyan of receiving unearned money. Even those that did received money worked hard for it and did not get it for free." But this is not what you said originally in your letter dated 5/23/2001 what you said is the following: "Those hundreds of people I saw at some of these meetings and conferences where are you and have you given up your fight against the dictator. Were you there because of your firm belief in removing the dictator or were you there for the check you got the end of the month. Where are you now?"
I have and advice for you Mr. El-kikhia, watch what you do and say and stop trying to blame everything on some conspiracy against you, because no one pointed a gun to your head and told you to say and do all these things so they can use them against you and attack you. I know what you reply to this letter is giong to be and that is I am also another agent of Ghathafi and I was paid to write this letter.