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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Ali Zidan
Libya's ousted prime minister gave his first interview since he left the country, saying in the televised appearance aired Saturday that he doesn't recognize parliament's dismissal of him and will contest the decision he called invalid.
Libya's parliament ousted the prime minister in a Tuesday vote of confidence, a move prompted by a crisis this week when a militia controlling an eastern port defied Tripoli's authority by trying to sell oil.
Libya's state news agency says Prime Minister Ali Zidan, abducted by gunmen at dawn, has now been freed.
Prime Minister Ali Zidan, in a statement issued early Sunday after he cut short a tour in Libya's western towns, described the events as "sad and painful" and urged people to be cautious and exercise self-restraint.
Prime Minister Ali Zidan said that an investigation was launched into the circumstances around al-Musmari.