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    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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    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…

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    Mu’ammar al-Qadhafi was the leader of Libya from the time he took part in overthrowing the Libyan monarchy in 1969 till the end of his life in 2011. Al-Qadhafi had a very strong conviction of his political ideology, and remained a supporter of pan-Arabism and “Islamic socialism” throughout his reign. Mu’ammar al-Qadhafi 's Green Book was greatly influenced by his upbringing and political events that took place around him during his life, and with great reliance on the ideas of President Gamal…

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    While succumbing to the superior prop of Lady Macbeth, he declares his masculine capability: I dare do all that may become a man;/Who dares do more is none. From this stage, Macbeth allows himself to be led by his wife but not without the childish question he asks her: If we should fail-. His determination to pursue the business becomes more glaring through what may be considered his mission statement: I am settled and bend up/Each corporal agent to this terrible feat./Away, and mock the time…

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