The son of the late Libyan leader Mu’ammar Al-Ghaddafi has been reportedly taken hostage by the paramilitary groups associated with Harakat Amal in Beirut.

Appearing on the Lebanese-owned Al-Jadeed TV, Hannibal Al-Ghaddafi (5th eldest son of Mu’ammar Al-Ghaddafi) was videotaped delivering a message to the former members of his father’s cabinet, demanding they reveal what happened to the former leader of Harakat Amal, Sayyed Moussa Al-Sadr.

Hannibal Al-Ghaddafi was appeared on television with several facial wounds after being apprehended by paramilitary units from Harakat Amal.

Hannibal Al-Ghaddafi did not indicate why he was in Lebanon, despite only being given impunity by the Omani government in the summer of 2012.

In August of 1979, Sayyed Moussa Al-Sadr (leader and founder of Harakat Amal) boarded a plane from Beirut to Tripoli, Libya, where he met with Libyan President Mu’ammar Al-Ghaddafi.

Following an alleged dispute of Islamic jurisprudence, Mu’ammar Al-Ghaddafi was said to have had Sayyed Moussa Al-Sadr executed for questioning the latter’s knowledge of Islam.

For years, Harakat Amal leaders have demanded the body of Sayyed Moussa Al-Sadr be returned to Beirut; however, the Libyan government has repeatedly denied committing the murder, despite being last seen meeting with the Libyan president in Tripoli.

 

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No es impunidad sino qe es inmunidad, el no cometiò ningun criMen como para que digan impunidad, es INMUNIDAD

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