The uncompromising tyrant of Libya Muammar Gaddafi who has just staged an all-out bloodbath in the big and small cities of his country, relentlessly opened fire against the defenseless citizens and unarmed civilians of Libya and killed more than 1,000 people in less than one week is seemingly approaching the ending days of his uncontested monarchy.
Muammar Gaddafi has just set the record of the longest serving non-royal leader of the world, followed by Cameroon's Paul Biya and Yemen's Ali Abdullah Saleh; however, it seems that the flamboyant dictator will not be able to celebrate the 42nd year of his government without trouble.
The American journalist Melissa Bell recently allude to an interesting point regarding Gaddafi's controversial and dishonorable life which may connotatively reveal the West's disagreement on how to deal with this notorious leader. "The Washington Post uses "Mammar Gaddafi." The Associated Press opts for "Gadhafi." The New York Times uses "Qaddafi." In 2009, ABC News reported 112 variations on [the spelling of his] name." And the Associated Press' Tom Breen hits the point, "will the Libyan leader lose power before the West agrees on how to spell his name?"