Organizations Using the Internet
Modified 29 September 2005
Yet another spelling conundrum -- is it Khadafi or Qadhafi or ...
- National Front for the Salvation of Libya -- "a well-known exile group that maintains strong resources within the country and was once supported by U.S. and U.K. intelligence. Between 1984 and 1990 the NFSL broadcast the "Voice of the Libyan People" from transmitters in Sudan, Egypt and Chad until the U.S. pulled support for the project." [Clandestine Radio Watch, http://www.clandestineradio.com]. NFSL is at: http://www.nfsl-libya.com/
National Front for the Salvation of
is the main sponsor of
Voice of Libya in Exile --
a satellite and Internet based radio
- Eutelsat Hotbird, 12,597 MHz downlink, symbol rate 27,500, FEC 4/3.
- Shu'un Libiyah -- Libyan Movement for Change and Reform -- http://www.libyanaffairs.com/
- Al-Sidra -- an on-line anti-Qaddafi magazine, says its aim is ``to break Al-Qadhafi's domination over the press and mass media in Libya'' and that it's ``edited and published by a group of volunteers'' and is not connected with political groups: http://www.al-sidra.com/
- Muammar al Qadhafi: Leader of the Great al Fateh Revolution -- apparently run from a server in Los Angeles, U.S.A., with sections like "Humanitarian", "World Thinker", etc. According to this page, he invented the world's safest car, and he does "tireless international work for human freedom". http://www.qadhafi.org/
- Narus, a major U.S. corporation, has sold the PRC government the equipment it uses to control and monitor telecommunications.
- This site has a list of Libya-related links, some may be pro-Libya, some clearly aren't: http://www.liii.com/~hajeri/libya.html
The Libya domain is
lybut it seems that most all domain names there were sold to commercial interests looking to build clever URL's ending in ``ly''. Go to http://www.nic.ly/ if you're interested.
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