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Author Topic: Al-Saadi al-Gaddafi ( الساعدي معمر القذافي‎ )  (Read 1379 times)

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Al-Saadi al-Gaddafi (Arabic: الساعدي معمر القذافي‎; born 25 May 1973) is the third son of Libyan leader Muammar al-Gaddafi. He is a Libyan businessman and former football (soccer) player. He is currently the commander of Libya's Special Forces and is involved in the 2011 Libyan uprising. An Interpol notice (orange notice) has been issued against him.

Football career

Gaddafi played in Libya with Al Ahly Tripoli. On the 6 June 2000, the BBC reported that Gaddafi had signed with Maltese champions Birkirkara F.C. and would play for them in the Champions League. The move failed to materialize.

He signed for Italian Serie A team Perugia in 2003, playing only one match before failing a drug test. He was formerly on the board of the Italian team Juventus, of which 7.5 % is owned by a Libyan consortium, but stepped down to join Perugia.

He was also captain of the Libya national football team, captain of his home club in Tripoli, and president of the Libyan Football Federation.

Gaddafi joined UEFA Champions League qualifiers Udinese Calcio in 2005-2006, playing only ten minutes in an end-of-season league match against Cagliari Calcio.

He joined U.C. Sampdoria during season 2006-2007, without playing a single match.

Business activities

In 2006, Gaddafi and the Libyan Government launched a project to create a semi-autonomous city similar to Hong Kong in Libya, stretching 40 km between Tripoli and the Tunisian border. The proposed new city would become a high tech, banking, medical and educational center not requiring visas to enter the new city. The city would have its own international airport and a major seaport. Gaddafi promised religious tolerance with both "synagogues and churches" and no discrimination in the new city. The new city would have "Western style" business laws that he thought European and American companies would find welcoming and familiar.

Gaddafi also takes great interest in the affairs of many of Libya's other business interests like Tamoil, the oil refining and marketing company owned by the Libyan government.

Judicial affairs

In July 2010, Gaddafi was ordered by an Italian court to pay 392,000 Euros to a luxurious Ligurian hotel for an unpaid bill dating back to a month long stay in the summer of 2007.

2011 Libyan Uprising

On March 15th there were unconfirmed reports that a pilot by the name of Muhammad Mokhtar Osman attacked the Gaddafi stronghold of Baab Al Azizia in Tripoli damaging it and injuring Saadi and his brother Khamis al-Gaddafi.

Speaking to BBC Panorama, a Libyan soldier claimed that Saadi had personally ordered to shoot unarmed protestors in Benghazi when visiting the city's army barracks at the beginning of the uprising. Saadi confirmed that he had been at the barracks but denied giving orders to fire on protestors.

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