Hope Relief Fund
American non-profit, humanitarian organization that is dedicated to easing the hardships of the disadvantaged, displaced, and misfortunate people of the world.
June 2013 M T W T F S S « Mar 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30
Tag CloudAjdabiya Arms Az Zawiya Bani Walid Benghazi Brega Children Egypt Foreign Investment France Gaddafi ICC Journalists Libyan National Interim Council Mercenaries Militias Misrata Misrata Nafusa Nalut National Transitional Council NATO NTC Obama oil Prisoners of war Protests Qatar Refugees Russia Saadi Gaddafi Saif Saif Al Islam Saif Gaddafi Sirte Tripoli Tunisia UK UN United States War Crimes Western Mountains Women Zawiya Zintan
Tag Archives: Libya Al Hurra
Launching Soon From Benghazi – Libya’s First English TV Channel
Stay tuned to the New Libya TV Webpage
For more information email email@example.com
Looking to help us? We’re currently looking for the following people to join our team:
Video Editiors (FCP) – Graphics & Promo Creators – Field Reporters & Interviewers… Read More
Free Libya gets its own satellite channel, hosted by — you guessed it — Qatar.
For the first time in its history, Libya is getting its own independent satellite channel.
A group of Libyans from abroad and inside the country is setting up the new station to broadcast news and commentary about Libya for a Libyan audience, with the aim of countering Libyan state propaganda and promoting dialogue about the country’s future after Muammar al-Gaddafi, the brutal leader whose four-plus decades in power appear to be drawing to a rapid close.
The channel, to be called simply Libya TV, launches this week in Doha after less than two weeks of hurried preparation. Its founder is the avuncular Mahmud Shammam, a well-known Libyan expatriate journalist who edits Foreign Policy‘s Arabic edition.
Libya TV’s initial team of 19 young staffers was assembled partly over Facebook, Shammam says. In mid-March, he put out a call for volunteers on his page and immediately got more than 200 requests to join. “One woman even said her life would mean nothing if she did not participate,” Shammam told me. Another new staffer left Ajdabiya, an eastern city that until the last few days was occupied by Gaddafi’s fighters, to join the network in Doha. The channel had to buy him a new set of clothes when he arrived.… Read More
Via Feb 17 Voices: Live Caller in Benghazi discusses how Mo Nabus (of Libya Al Hurra TV) was targeted. He had no weapons, sniper shot to his head.
This was Mohammed “Mo” Nabbous’s favorite quote according to one of his friends and our colleague here at Feb17.info. These words clearly depict his dedicated efforts to ensuring that the world saw the truth about Libya.… Read More