The last living son of Col. Muammar Qaddafi who’s still on the lam has been captured. Rebels associated with the new Libyan government bagged Saif Al-Islam and have put him in prison. Given the secrets he reportedly knows — he is said to have the goods on Tony Blair, Gordon Brown, and other European leaders — it seems unlikely that Saif will live to see his day in court.
In other news, a leader of the Muslim Brotherhood in Syria said that his group would accept protection from Turkey, rather than the infidel West, from his country’s government. Bashar al-Assad’s security forces are attempting to put down a rebellion in Syria in which the MB plays a significant role.
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