Tuesday, December 04, 2012

When NATO leads your "revolution"

"Twenty-five-year-old Magdulien Abaida, who was involved in organising aid for the rebels fighting Colonel Muammar Gaddafi, has just been given asylum here by the UK government.
Now the city on the edge of the North Sea, where she knows no-one, has become her temporary home.
The irony of her situation is clear: "It's very bad that you put yourself in danger to work hard for this revolution," she says. "And then in the end you have to leave it because it's not a safe place for you anymore.""