Qaddafi, Terrorism, and the Origins of the U.S. Attack on Libya

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a
A-6s, 105 , 120 -21, 134 -35, 137 -38, 141
A-7s, 105 , 120 , 134
Abu Abbas, 76
Abu Musa, 16 , 178 n. 137 .
See also Fatah Uprising
Abu, Nidal, 60 , 68 , 80 - 82 , 93 nn. 50 , 51 , 95 - 96 n. 85 , 96 n. 92 , 167 ;
Libyan support for, 68 - 69 , 74 , 79 - 80 , 93 n. 51 , 96 n. 93 , 167
Abu Nidal terrorist group, 45 , 68 - 69 , 75 , 77 - 80 , 85 , 90 , 93 n. 50 , 108 , 110 , 157 -58, 162 -64, 166 -67;
Libyan support for, 68 - 69 , 77 , 79 - 80 , 85 , 96 n. 93 , 163 -64.
See also FRC
Achille Lauro hijacking (1985), 59 - 60 , 76 , 90
Afghan rebels, 12 , 15 , 148
Air Force, U.S., 120 , 133 -37, 139
AK-47s, 78 , 110
Alfaro Vive, Carajo! (AVC), 17
Algeria, 16 , 53 n. 39 , 125 ;
and Libya, 7 , 10 , 14 , 65 , 74 , 76 - 77 , 99 n. 146 , 149 -50;
support for terrorism, 14 , 28 nn. 67 , 68
Amal, 19 , 30 n. 87 , 69 , 72 , 146
America,104 -5, 133 -34
Americans, in Libyan oil industry, 33 , 38 , 40 , 49 , 83 - 84 , 98 n. 115 , 143 ;
in Libyan terrorism endeavors, 10 , 16 , 40
Amin, Idi, 16 , 21 , 37
Andreotti, Guiulio, 153
Antigua, 17
Aouzou strip, 14
Appleby, Paul, 178 n. 137
Arab-African Union, 99 n. 152 , 107
Arab governments and leaders, 3 , 9 - 10 , 25 n. 43 , 42 - 43 , 60 , 68 , 79 , 85 - 86 , 103 , 148 , 150 , 150 -51;
response to U.S.-Libya confrontation in 1986, 86 , 88 , 99 n. 146 , 107 , 112 n. 32 , 125 , 148 -51, 176 n. 82
Arab Interparliamentary Union, 88
Arab League, 88 , 99 n. 146 , 107 , 112 n. 32 , 148 , 150
Arab Socialist Union (Libya), 4
Arafat, Yasir, 7 , 16 , 68 , 72 , 91 n. 10 , 110
Arafiq, Al, 140 , 173 n. 28
Argentina, 17
ASALA (Secret Army for the Liberation of Armenia), 11 , 18 , 68

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Preface vii
  • Introduction ix
  • 1 - Muammar Al-Qaddafi, Leader of the Revolution 1
  • 2 - The United States and Libya, 1969-1983 33
  • 3 - The United States and Libya on a Collision Course 57
  • 4 - Operation Prairie Fire 101
  • 5 - The La Belle Discotheque Bombing and Its Aftermath 115
  • 6 - Operation El Dorado Canyon and Its Aftermath 133
  • Appendix 181
  • Bibliographical Essay 191
  • Index 193
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