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Topic - Mohamed Yousef Al-Megariaf
"If things go the way they are, I think he could last for more than a month, a few months. That would be disastrous for the rest of Libya," said Mohamed Yousef Al-Megariaf, a critic of the regime who quit his post as Libya's ambassador to India in 1980.
"The reason he is hanging on is not because he is popular, but because of the number of troops who belong to his tribe, the volume of his weapons and his willingness to inflict an unimaginable degree of suffering on the Libyan people," he added.