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Remember The Man Who Killed Gaddafi, See Photos And What Happened To Him

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Libyan revolutionary, political theorist, and politician Muammar Gaddafi. From 1969 to 1977, he was the Revolutionary Chairman of the Libyan Arab Republic, and from 1977 to 2011, he was the "Brotherly Leader" of the Great Socialist People's Libyan Arab Jamahiriya. During this time, he was also the de facto ruler of Libya.

Although Muammar Gaddafi, who was born in 1942 to nomadic Bedouin parents, proved to be a bright and resourceful individual, he received little official education beyond the reading of the Koran and his military training.

Muammar Gaddafi was a revolutionary as well as a leader. His dictatorial style of leadership was well admired. He had international renown.

According to HPL magazine, the death of Muammar Gaddafi is one of the most well-known historical events that occurred under the administration of former US President Obama. During his 10-year administration, Obama accomplished a lot, but this is one of the highlights. Most European nations, which shared the view that Gaddafi was a dictator whose rule merited toppling, expressed relief at the news.

Who assassinated Muammar Gaddafi, and why?

Omran Shaaban, a young man, has come out to publicly accept responsibility for Gaddafi's quick death by gunfire. Omran Shaaban belonged to a revolutionary organization that had been asking the United States and France for help to overthrow Gaddafi for quite some time.

Over a year after being abducted, beaten, and sliced by the late dictator's henchmen, Omran Shaaban—the man credited with killing Qaddafi in a drainage ditch—has died of his injuries. Sadly, Omran Shaaban is the latest victim of the violence and unrest in the country.

Omran Shaaban died in a Paris hospital following injuries he sustained, according to witnesses, at the hands of Gaddafi.

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