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Baghdadi Mohmoudi Faces Torture and Death in Libya

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Thuggish puppet officials beholden to Washington serve as Libya's interim government. They mock Jamahiriya justice. They enforce police state harshness. Anyone in their custody faces torture, imprisonment, and/or death.

Earlier, Mahmoudi nearly died after days of hunger striking. Nonetheless, he risked it to highlight the injustice he faces. He remains frail and ill.

"Dr Baghdadi is very well known, an academic and gentle soul, yet he has been held incommunicado since Tunisian authorities arrested him on charges of 'entering the country illegally' which were shown to be false by (his) lawyers, after which he should have been released or allowed to travel to another country for safety."

The "Secretary-General of International People's Conference Organization (IPCO) to deliver a letter to the Australian government demanding intervention under its obligations to international human rights principles which know no borders or culpability."

Since war began last year, over a million Libyans and foreign workers fled for safety. Neighboring countries like Niger refused extradition requests. Agreeing is tantamount to complicity in crimes against humanity.

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In June 2011, IPCO was established. It represents Jamahiriya justice. It supports calls for Mahmoudi's release. It categorically opposes extradition.

As of now, he remains in Tunisia. Efforts to save him continue. He deserves that much and more. 

Washington-controlled puppets want him dead. Extraditing him makes Tunisian authorities complicit in their crimes. 

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