If Mommar Qaddafi’s Daughter Was Killed In 1986 and Running Many of Libya’s Hospitals, They Must Have A REAL Good Medical Care System

On April 14, 1986, U.S. President Ronald Reagan ordered an airstrike into Mommar Qaddafi’s heavily fortified compound, in response to a Libyan-backed terrorist attack in West Berlin. One of the people reported killed by the air raid was Hana Qaddafi, a daughter of the Libyan leader.

Well, she’s not dead. Turns out, according to this report (Irish Times) that she’s alive and was — at the time of the Libyan revolution — an influential member of the country’s medical system. Death was a pretty good career move for her and Dad … at least until the rebels broke into Tripoli.

Author: Stephen LaRose

2006 winner of the Canadian Association of University Teachers’s Award of Excellence in Journalism for a bunch of prairie dog stuff. Invited into the best homes in Regina. Once.

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