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LIBYA

Factors Leading to the Revolution
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Mannat / Sharan

on 3 October 2013

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Transcript of LIBYA

Libya's Steps Towards Nationalism
Egypt
Tunisia
Algeria
Sudan
Chad
Niger
Libya
"Those who do not love me do not deserve to live"
-Muammar al-Gaddafi

To What Extent Did Geographic Factors Contribute to the Nationalism in Libya?
Surrounding Revolts
Other countries that surrounded Libya also revolted against their leaders, inspiring the revolt.
For example: Tunisia
And Egypt
"The Domino Effect"
Economic Factors Contributing to Nationalism in Libya
Libya had faced high unemployment rates leading up to the revolt, they felt that a change in the government would help fix the economy.
Libya's oil industries took a massive hit during the revolt.
Social Factors Contributing to Nationalism in Libya
Media and social networking sites played a major role in Libya's revolution
Historical Factors Influencing Nationalism in Libya
An Estimated Death Toll of 1000
Political Factors Contributing to Libyan Nationalism
Thank You
Muammar Gaddafi past away on October 20, 2011 in Sirte Libya.
Gaddfi was severely beaten and tortured by Libyans then shot to his own death a few moments later.
Libyans celebrated after the death of Gaddafi, for them his death was was a step towards independence and a stable country with less violence and less civil wars.
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