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Libyan Resistance Burns Down Two Banks in Free Baghdadi Campaign

Posted: 2012-07-02
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As the protest continues around the world, in Libya more than a handful of bank notes were set ablaze

As part of the Burn the Banker`s Money! Free the People`s Secretary! Campaign to draw attention to the unlawful detention of Libya's Head of State, Dr Baghdadi Mahmoudi, not only were bank notes set on fire, but two entire banks with all their contents.

Dr Baghdadi Mahmoudi has been held political prisoner for over 300 days, at first in Tunisia and now in Libya. His life is at risk, and the world has been silent, so the Campaign was launched to draw attention to his situation, and has since gone viral.

Dr Baghdadi Mahmoudi is also the Honorable Secretary-General of the International People's Conference Organization.
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