I'm safe and well in Libya. It's been a long hard six months but I made it. The internet has been turned on and I'm slowly sifting through over 2000 emails. Thanks to all who have commented, emailed, worried and prayed for me. I'll update as soon as I can. Just so busy celebrating!


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  1. Woohoo! Good to hear from you again! Thank God it looks as if Libya's going to be free.

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  2. SO HAPPY TO HEAR THAT YOU AND YOUR FAMILY ARE OK!

    BETTY IN VIRGINIA

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  3. Alhamdulillah Khadija, we are glad you are safe and well. Insha' Allah things will get better. Keep safe and let us know how you are doing.

    Safiyyah, married to a Libyan

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  4. ALHAMDULLILAH! I was so worried about you. I was even too afraid to mention you on Twitter or Facebook. Enjoy the victory and stay safe. I'm looking forward to read what you have been going through. All the best from Germany

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  5. Alhomdolelah....Mubarook, and welcome back :)

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  6. Khadija, I'm very glad you made it and hope all is well with your family in Libya. Have a nice celebration! All the best, anna

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  7. I'm happy for you.

    I'm happy for new Libya

    Valerio

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  8. I have been watching for a post from you. So glad to see you're okay! What an...interesting time of your life this must have been/is.

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  9. A Libyan Rebel
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    Now I lay me down to sleep,
    I pray to God, my soul you'll keep,

    My mother says I need to pray,
    For many others on this day,

    But my father - he's a rebel
    of this I'm sure you know,
    He helped restore our freedom,
    I was sad to see him go.

    Although I know he's safe with you,
    I'd rather have him here,
    'cause he's the one who always said,
    With prayer, there's no fear.

    God, I know you hear me,
    Way up in the sky,
    Please protect my father,
    I wish he didn’t die

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  10. I'm so happy.
    For you. For us.For Libya.

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  11. Khadija Teri, so glad that you are well, and I've been thinking about you and your family and obsessively checking back to see if your blog was updated for months now. Wonderful to see the good news that you are all okay.

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  12. I am so happy for Libya!!!!
    Keep celebrating!!!!

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  13. Yaaay! Khadija is back! :D Happy to read you again :)
    My big congratulations for you, your sweet family and the Libyan people!! :*

    Salam.

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  14. Hallelujah! Stay safe!
    Melissa's mom from Just Something We Do

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  15. I am glad you are safe and well. I hope your update will include what you blogged offline during the last six months.

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  16. Have been checking your blog periodically, and getting worried by the silence. Delighted to see you and yours are well. Stay safe!

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  17. I'm very inspired by the courage of so many - I pray that you get the freedom, peace, and justice you seek,
    God bless,
    Bob

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  18. khadija,

    you made the cnn news tonight. i follow your blog and have been looking to hear from you. when i saw your post on the news i was very happy for you and your family. keep blogging....

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  19. Hello again Khadija,

    I've been watching this site every week for news! So glad to hear you. Thinking of you and will try and call soon.

    Love and salam,

    naomi

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  20. Glad you re all safe and well.
    Your blog was on CNN last night.

    Bridgette

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  21. Good to hear! I'm a long time reader, have never commented, but I've been thinking about you and your family these past few months. Keep safe! Ramadan kareem!

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  22. George - Casablanca, MoroccoTuesday, August 23, 2011 4:34:00 PM

    I worked in Tripoli in 2005 and found the Libyan people warm and hospitable. A nation of warm hearts deserves all it is fighting for:freedom,justice and the right to dignity and respect. May God guide them to better times.

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  23. I have thought of you so many times over these last few months. I'm so glad to see you post and to know that you are OK! I hope you and your children can tell your future progency about the day Libya became free! You are all so brave. Stay safe. God bless.

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  24. Alhamdulillah....hope for a better and peaceful Libya.
    From a Kelantanese

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  25. Welcome back. Glad that you are well and safe. I have added your blog to my list of blogs of the world.

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  26. I don't know you, but it is first libyan blog I have stumbled upon. I just want to say CONGRATULATIONS for all brave Libya people. Take care of yourself and your freedom.

    Peace,
    Blazej from Poland

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  27. I'm so glad to hear that you are safe and sound! Great to have you back online!!!

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  28. WOW, so glad sister that you are fine. One day inshallah we will have a cup of tea again and can share these past 6 months with each other. Thought of you as much as my own family there. Posted on my blog for the first time this past few days more for worry that it might cause problems. Glad to know you are safe. Don't know how soon we can be there again but soon. Inshallah next Eid. I spoke to a few family members and they seem to be fine but lines are still hard to get through. If you could drive by I would be grateful to know the condition of the area as we have had no info on how it looks. Im more worried for people than things but it helps to know so we can be prepared. Marbrook on Ramadan and Eid sai Eid.

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