وجه الكاتب والناشط السياسي الليبي الاستاذ سعد عامر رسالة الى الحكومة البريطانية (من خلال قيامه باضراب عن الطعام) ، بان عليها ان تصعّد من خطابها السياسي الى القذافي بمطالبتها له بان يتنحي عن السلطة فورا.
Manchester Evening News
Hundreds of anti-Gaddafi campaigners have been protesting outside the BBC in Manchester’s Oxford Road since the weekend. They plan to protest for two hours every day until the Libyan uprising has concluded.
Meanwhile, a Libyan political refugee has gone on hunger strike and says he won’t stop until the British government gets firm with Colonel Gaddafi.
Saad Amer, 52, spent seven years in prison in Tripoli during the 1980s for protesting against the regime. Mr Amer, who now lives in Cheetham Hill after fleeing Libya in 1995, said: “It is very important for the British government to say Gaddafi must step down now. I am not happy with the statements coming from here. There needs to be stronger language.”
Mr Amer, a translator, is originally from Benghazi, which has reportedly seen the most bloodshed since the protests began. He added: “I have family there and it’s very worrying. Everybody in the world knows Gaddafi is crazy. Something needs to be done urgently.”