الأربعاء، 31 أغسطس 2011
Gaddafi's Photos 1969 - 2011, 42 years in power
Gaddafi, born in 1942, celebrated on 01 September 2010, 41 years in power as the Arab world's longest-serving, but most enigmatic head of state. He formed in 1963 the Free Officers Movement, a group of revolutionary army officers, which overthrew 01 September 1969 King Idris of Libya
and proclaimed Libya, in the name of 'freedom, socialism and unity,' Socialist People's Jamahiriya.n 1969
Post 1969 picture of Libyan Head of State Colonel Muammar Gaddafi ((AFP/Getty Images)
Post 1969 picture of Libyan Head of State Colonel Muammar Gaddafi (L) shaking hands in Tripoli with the President of Mauritania (1961-78), Mokhtar Ould Daddah (AFP/Getty Images
Libyan Head of State Colonel Muammar Gaddafi (L) and Egyptian President Gamal Abdul Nasser (R, 1918-70) arrive together in December 1969 in Rabat prior the Arab Summit Conference (AFP/Getty Images)
President of Uganda Idi Amin Dada (2nd-L) poses with some of the Organization of African Unity (OUA, from left) Syrian President Hafez al-Assad, Egyptian President Anwar El Sadat and Lybian leader Muammar Kadhafi in June 1972 in Kampala during an OUA summit. Idi Amin's reign of terror lasted from 1971 when he seized power from Milton Obote, to 13 April 1979, when Tanzanian troops and exiled Ugandans stormed Kampala and removed him from power (AFP/Getty Images).
In 1973In 1985
Libyan Head of State Colonel Muammar Gaddafi (L) and his wife Suffiya (R) wave to the crowd 03 December 1985 in Dakar, followed by President of Senegal Abdou Diouf (2nd row-R) upon their arrival for three-day official visit to Senegal (AFP/Getty Images).
Tunisian President Zine El-Abidine Ben Ali (R) and Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi listen to the national anthems 04 February 1988 at Tunis airport upon Kadhafi arrival for an official visit in Tunisia, the first for more than ten years (AFP/Getty Images)
Yasser Arafat (L), Chairman of the Palestinian National Authority, greets Libyan President Muammar Gaddafi on June 22, 1996 during the 19th Arab Summit in Cairo, Egypt. The two Arab leaders met for the first time since the Gulf war in 1991 (AFP/Getty Images)