Mar 6, 2012, 12:22 PM
We join the civil society organizations in The Gambia that are calling for a dialogue for peace in
The dialogue will lead to the preservation of human lives, and respect of the resources and sovereignty of the Libyan people.
The statement issued on Monday by the Youth Action for Food Self-Sufficiency and Education, Popular Democracy and Development Network, African Youth Union and Gambia-Cuba Friendship Association is indeed a well calculated idea.
Also, the initiative suggested by the Bolivarian Alliance of the People of Our America-TCP on the creation of an International Humanitarian Commission for Peace and Integrity of Libya thus following the principle of no-intervention, respect of the sovereignty and self -determination of the Libyan people.
We strongly oppose any kind of intervention by NATO or any foreign power in
We equally urge the rebels to lay down their arms and give AU the opportunity to mediate for dialogue for a peaceful
The political turmoil in
Libyans have to understand that it took them a long time to build their country; so if they continue to fight and destroy their country, it would take them decades to rebuild the beautiful loving desert country.
Once more, we pray for peace and stability to prevail in
People have to understand that crises have to be solved through dialogue, before going to war because war should be the last means to apply.
The crisis in