Arab Spring Research Paper

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The Arab Spring was a series of anti-government protests, it started in Tunisia and spread across the Middle East in 2011.
It started as non-violent protests, but ended up with very bad consequences.
Many people died.
Properties destroyed.
Raising in the level of poverty and unemployment.
Increasing the number of crimes and civil wars.
Leaders fallen.

He was born in 1942 in Libya.
At the time of Gaddafi 's birth Libya was an Italian colony.
Growing up, Gaddafi witnessed significant events in the Arab world, including the Arab–Israeli War and the Egyptian Revolution.
He was influenced very much by the Egyptian President Nasser.
Education: Gaddafi attended elementary school, then he enrolled in the Royal Libyan Military Academy in Benghazi in 1961
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This is what led to the uprising in the Libyan people in the first place.

Qaddafi claimed that Libya boasted popular committees and shared ownership, but in reality this was far from true.
Much of the population lived in poverty, while Qaddafi, his family and his associates were more wealthier because of oil.
Libyan terrorists were thought to be behind many terrorist attracts.
The uprising in the Libyan people

He was titled the ‘king of the kings’.
Muammar Gaddafi was the longest serving Arab Leader.
He dressed in strange costume-like outfits.
Muammar Gaddafi had an all female Virgin Guard.

He always liked to use sentences or words with the same ending.
He carried his own personalized, luxurious tents with him.
Muammar Gaddafi designed cars.
He was fearful of heights, long flying hours and elevators.

In Libya, home is considered a natural human right as in The Green Book.
Education and medical treatment were all free.
Gaddafi carried out the world’s largest irrigation project.
It was free to start a farming business.
A bursary was given to mothers with newborn babies.
Electricity was free.
Gaddafi raised the level of education.
Libya had It’s own state

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