Mahmoud Jibril

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Mahmoud Jibril
محمود جبريل

I Jibril king Espesyal a Pulung ning World Economic Forum king Jordan 2011
Pekapun ning National Forces Alliance
Elilan neng Mitátag ya ing pusisyun

Mibait Mayu 28 1952 (idad 66)[1]
Bani Walid, Libya[2]
Partido political National Forces Alliance
Pípagaralan  Cairo University
University of Pittsburgh
Relihyun Sunni Islam

I Mahmoud Jibril el-Warfally[3] (محمود جبريل الورفلي‎), a misusulat murin a Jabril o Jebril o Gebril, (mibait 28 Mayo 1952) metung yang Libyan a pulitikung migsilbing pansamantalang Pun Ministru ning Libya kilub ning pitu ampong kapitnang bulan kanitang Gerang Sibil a Libyan, at migsilbi yang talapamuntuk ning National Transitional Council manibat 5 Marzo anggang 23 Octubre 2011.[4][5] Migsilbi ya namang Pekapun para kareng Pisasabyan a Internasyonal.[6] Anyang Julio 2012, i Jabril ing pekapun ning metung kareng pekamaragul a partidu king Libya, ing National Forces Alliance.[7]

Anyang mayayari na ing kagulwan, maralas deng ausan deng kapamahalan a dayung pansamantalang pun ministru ning Libya i Jibril, lipat ning pekapun ning sanggunian talapaganap (executive board), ing titulung maglarawan kaya king karin-Aptas o website ning NTC's website, dapot e malino nung opisyal yang titulu iti o lalarawan ne mu ing kayang kabilyan antimong manimuntuk king kapamahalan ning pansamantalang konseho.[8] Kikilalanan de antimong "magdili-diling legal a pekakatawan" ("sole legitimate representative") ning Libya da reng keraklan kareng kayanib ning Misasanmetung a Bangsa (majority of UN states) kayabe ya ing ing Francia, Turkey, United Kingdom, Estados Unidos, Iran ampong Qatar.

Obra[mag-edit | edit source]

  • el-Warfally, Mahmoud G., Imagery and Ideology in U.S. Policy Toward Libya, 1969-1982, University of Pittsburgh Press; (Dec 1988), ISBN 978-0-8229-3580-3

Dalerayan[mag-edit | edit source]

  1. Date information sourced from Library of Congress Authorities data, via corresponding WorldCat Identities linked authority file (LAF) .
  2. "Libya: Moussa Koussa 'tried to get job in new government'", The Daily Telegraph (8 September 2011). 
  3. http://www.pittsburghlive.com/x/pittsburghtrib/news/middleeastreports/s_731085.html
  4. The Executive Board of the National Transitional Council. National Transitional Council website. Retrieved on 25 July 2011.
  5. Friedman, Uri (23 March 2011). "Libyan Rebels Name Mahmoud Jibril Their Prime Minister", The Atlantic. Retrieved on 27 July 2011. 
  6. "Excerpts from Libya Contact Group Chair's Statement", Reuters Africa (15 July 2011). Retrieved on 25 July 2011. 
  7. Chris Stephen Muslim Brotherhood fell 'below expectations' in Libyan elections guardian.co.uk, 10 July 2012
  8. Peralta, Eyder (13 May 2011). "Libyan Opposition Leader: The Revolution Is Led By 'New Breed Of Generations'", National Public Radio. Retrieved on 21 July 2011. 

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