Libya’s Gaddafi could find refuge in Israel

Israel’s Channel 2 News last year interviewed two Israeli women of
Libyan origin who claimed to be distant relatives of Libyan leader
Muammar Gaddafi.

The older of the two interviewees, Guita Brown, said she is
Gaddafi’s second cousin (Brown’s grandmother was the sister of Gaddafi’s
grandmother). The younger of the two women, Rachel Saada, granddaughter
of Brown, explained in more detail:

“The story goes that Gaddafi’s grandmother, herself a Jewess, was
married to a Jewish man at first. But he treated her badly, so she ran
away and married a Muslim sheikh. Their child was the mother of
Gaddafi.”

While Gaddafi’s grandmother converted to Islam when she married the
sheikh, according to Jewish religious law (and common sense), she was
ethnically still Jewish.

At this point the news anchor stated, “So, the point is that Gaddafi doesn’t just have Jewish relatives, he is Jewish!”

Rumors of Gaddafi’s Jewish background are nothing new. But with the
current uprising in Libya that threatens to ultimately overthrow the
dictator, as has happened in the neighboring countries of Tunisia and
Egypt, Gaddafi may be looking for an exit strategy.

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