U.S. Can’t Stand by While Racism Ravages Libya

November 9, 2011

International

U.S. Can’t Stand by While Racism Ravages Libya

Rev. Jesse Jackson
The Huffington Post

Before leaving the G-20 meetings in Cannes, France, President Obama joined with French President Sarkozy to pay tribute to the two countries’ alliance and celebrate the successful intervention in Libya that ended the rule of Moammar Gadhafi.

…….That’s why the U.S. and its allies must respond to the credible reports of terrible violence being wreaked on dark-skinned Libyans by the victors. According to Human Rights Watch, “It is a dangerous time to be dark-skinned in Tripoli.” Reports abound that black Libyans are being subjected to beatings, torture, rape, killings — and, in several instances, horrific public lynchings.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/rev-jesse-jackson/us-cant-stand-by-while-ra_b_1081973.html

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