Globalization In Libya

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Located in Northern Africa bordering the Mediterranean Sea, Libya was once an early center of Christianity in its earlier stages with Greece establishing colonies in the country prior to becoming part of the Roman Empire. Libya would not become a country of Islam until the Roman Empire had fallen and Libya invaded and occupied by other countries and empire to include the Ottoman Empire that would influence the religion of Islam in the country. Libya was the main setting for battle between Italy and Germany during World War II. It was during this time that Libya had an influx of Italian immigrants coming into the country. At the end of the war and the defeat of Germany, Immigrants that were once in Libya were soon to start leaving the country. …show more content…
He would use the revenues that came from the oil industry to bolster the military, implements programs throughout the country that would lean towards the idea of socialism and would fund revolutionary Muslim militants throughout the world. In 2011, a civil war broke out in Libya, which would later on cause UN intervention with the result of Gaddafi being overthrow and …show more content…
Any foreign language is forbidden to be taught in school. The programming that would play on public radio or television would often include some sort of political agenda or topics that include the Islamic teachings. There were few times that there would be air programming that would come from the outside world, particularly from the western nations. Its foreign relations for the most part, strained because of a few incidents that occurred during Gaddafi rule as its leader. There are few art galleries and museums around the country of a cultural repression that occurred while Gaddafi’s rule. Despite the incidents that occurred, Libya was once a pro-Western country during its time as a monarchy country. The country had more freedom than it has now in today’s world and had better relations with the outside

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