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The Libyan Virtual Revolution

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Message Aziza Bazama

It is a fact that the battle ahead of us is rather challenging. Considering that the lies that are being depicted by these groups is worrying, and the image they are painting of the freedom fighters and Libyan people is quite disturbing. We have come across fake videos and photographs in these groups that are being used by Gaddafi's media to try and distort the truth. This is turn has raised our concerns regarding the information that has been projected by the media, as a result of the Libyan government.

In addition, the groups controlled by the Serbian and Russian members are rendering quite sickly manifested ideation of the military intervention in the revolution.

The comments on our posts are abusive to say the least, but they do not come close to the private messages we receive. A small sample of these would be:
Bint Al-Iraq 03 May at 14:06
Look what I just received from Podrska Pukovniku May 1 at 1:21pm When I called him a mercenary:
yes im mercenary and i will kill u for free 

Hi Aziza, Kamran Sadr commented on Colonel Muammar al-Gaddafi's Wall post:
04 May 22:17 

Kamran wrote "Yes we support him against External and internal Aggressors !"

Hi Aziza, Петар sent you a message.
28 April 23:52
"f*ck u rat"
You may ask, why not just "report abuse" and block them?

This would be pointless, as we want to voice the truth, not run from the lies. We have been running and hiding for 42 years, our time is now.

What keeps us, the FLVA strong is the vision of a free Libya and knowing that we are playing our part in this revolution.

Our battlefield is the worldwide web. Our weapons are knowledge, truth, dignity and words. Our goal is to free Libya of all its enemies, on the virtual battlefield.

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Living in Ireland, from Libya. UCD graduate. Dying to return to a free Libya.
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