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By Emily Miller
Obama is losing the debate on gun ownership, concealed-carry permits
Topic - Ali S. Aujali
Col. Moammar Gadhafi appeared to be scrambling for a political solution to the civil war in Libya, as his favorite son proposed a peace plan and a key envoy headed to Greece on Sunday with a message to the prime minister from the Libyan dictator.
Libyan dissidents and relatives of those killed in the bombing of an airliner over Scotland in 1988 said Thursday that Col. Moammar Gadhafi's former foreign minister must be held accountable for his suspected role in acts of terrorism, despite his defection from the regime.
The U.S., European Union and Arab League will be to blame if Libyan leader Col. Moammar Gadhafi uses chemical and biological weapons against his opponents, Abdel Rahman Shalgam, Libya's former envoy to the United Nations, said on Friday.
"Seif has already shown his real face when he delivered his speech telling Libyans either we rule you or we kill you," said Mr. Aujali, who had long served as a top diplomat to Col. Gadhafi.
"I don't think there is anyone in Libya who will accept Seif in any position in the future of Libya," said Ali S. Aujali, who quit as Libya's ambassador in Washington after the start of the uprising in February.