My Struggle with Developing a Deep and Certain World View on Human Rights

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The Libyan State Police recently launched a controversial campaign arresting young Libyans and suppressing their right to self-expression. They claim that those young Libyans are attempting to spread “false ideas” threatening Libyan social and Islamic values. They described those ideas as “feminism”, “queerness/LGBTQ”, “atheism & secularism”.

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