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Topic - Esam Omeish
Dr. Esam S. Omeish, director of the Washington-based Libyan Emergency Task Force, said the fear is worse in Tripoli than when he grew up there.
"People feel they are being held hostage. They are living in extreme fear," he said. "They cannot risk a comment. They cannot risk to be seen in places where there have been protests in the past."