Libyan leader Muammar Al Gaddafi the “Human Rights Hero” the vote organized by Amnesty International

Libyan leader Muammar Al Gaddafi the "Human Rights Hero" that makes this month the website of Amnesty International is not turning out the taste of the organizers, as the preferences of Internet users are choosing no more and no less than by Libyan leader Muammar Al Gaddafi, horribly murdered on 20 October by bands of mercenaries supported by NATO.

Libyan leader Muammar Al Gaddafi the "Human Rights Hero" that makes this month the website of Amnesty International is not turning out the taste of the organizers, as the preferences of Internet users are choosing no more and no less than by Libyan leader Muammar Al Gaddafi, horribly murdered on 20 October by bands of mercenaries supported by NATO.

In the cloud of names of candidates ordered by number of votes, it appears the Libyan leader, followed closely by the defender of human rights in Bahrain, Nabeel Rajab, and distance, by the late American singer Michael Jackson.

Amnesty’s website still does not provide the number of votes cast, but from the beginning of the contest, on 8 December, several groups around the world have been promoting different candidates.

Voting ends this December 31.

Netizens are giving a lesson in human rights Amnesty, with its biased reporting contributed to the campaign of vilification, harassment, siege and destruction of Libya this year, which has left tens of thousands dead and exiles in the North African country.

In this case, notes the website Mathaba.net, in solidarity with the cause of the Libyan people, the vote organized by Amnesty International “is bringing to light some champions of human rights that have been ignored by the Western media” … . — en Trípoli.

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