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Muammar Gaddafi and the United States (05:02)


Journalist Robert MacNeil explains President Ronald Reagan's accusations against the Libyan government. Colonel Muammar Gaddafi, the head of the Libyan government, responds to the allegations and the expulsion of Libyan diplomats in the country. Gaddafi does not consider those expelled to be diplomats.

Gaddafi's Response to America (05:27)

Gaddafi calls the United States’ behavior childish. He states that Libya could use its stores of oil as a weapon against the United States. He says Americans living in Libya will be safe, unless the situation worsens.

Gaddafi and the Soviet Union (05:14)

Gaddafi explains Libya's relationship with the Soviet Union. Gaddafi calls himself a progressive socialist and states that he is not a Communist or a capitalist. He gives reasons for purchasing large amounts of weapons from the Soviet Union.

Gaddafi and Terrorism (05:21)

Gaddafi responds to allegations that Libya is supporting and training international terrorists. He explains Libya's opposition to terrorism. He calls numerous American activities, such as having nuclear weapons, terrorism.

Gaddafi and Libyan Exiles (03:29)

Gaddafi responds to allegations that his government is killing Libyans living abroad. The FBI claims he attempted to kill a Libyan exile living in Colorado.

Gaddafi and Expansion (02:19)

Many foreign countries are concerned about Libya's armed invention in Chad. Gaddafi refutes allegations that he is attempting to expand his Islamic republic in North Africa.

Credits: Colonel Muammar Gaddafi: Extended Interview (5/14/81) (00:07)

Credits: Colonel Muammar Gaddafi: Extended Interview (5/14/81)

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Robert MacNeil interviews Colonel Muammar Gaddafi of Libya.

Length: 28 minutes

Item#: BVL162838

ISBN: 978-1-64481-221-1

Copyright date: ©1981

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