The controversial appointment of Libya’s new Prime Minister Ahmad Maiteeq, following a chaotic vote, has raised fears of growing Muslim Brotherhood clout in the oil-rich North African nation.
A ‘comic film’
One of the leaders of the Muslim Brotherhood in Libya Saad Al Gazoy (2nd R) and other members attend a news conference in Benghazi August 5, 2013. (Reuters)
The Muslim Brotherhood’s role
The headquarters of the Muslim Brotherhood, destroyed by protesters against the the killing of lawyer and prominent Libyan political activist Abdelsalam al-Mosmary, are seen in Benghazi July 27, 2013. (Reuters)