Escape to Hell and Other Stories by Muammar Gaddafi
For almost three decades, western audiences have seen Muammar Qaddafi as a provocative, defiant, fiery head of state. He has often been accused of condoning terrorism and financing extremist groups. Major powers have tried to eradicate his regime through embargoes and even a bombing operation during which one of Qaddafi’s children was killed. In the present texts, aside from the views of a revolutionary and a prophet, we discover Qaddafi as a writer and an essayist. The short stories and essays in this book are more revealing about Qaddafi’s vision of the world than all of his addresses and the articles and reports that have been written about him during the last 25 years.
This book is for Educational Purposes Only.