- Mu·am·mar (Muhammad) al- or el- [moo-ah-mahr, al, el] /muˈɑ mɑr, æl, ɛl/, 1942–2011, Libyan army colonel and political leader: chief of state 1969–2011.
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Qaddafi said a few completely appropriate words, as did I, and the press left.
The only bright lights seemed to be those illuminating the many, many billboards of Qaddafi and his “inspirational” sayings.
My upcoming trip gave me powerful leverage in these negotiations because Qaddafi desperately wanted me to visit Tripoli.
- Moamar al (ˈməʊəˌmɑː ˌæl). See (Moamar al) Gaddafi
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