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Libya National Anthem
He is above the plots of the aggressors,
And He is the best helper of the oppressed.
With faith and with weapons I shall defend my country,
And the light of truth will shine in my hand.
Sing with me!

God is greatest!

God, God, God is greatest!
God is above the aggressors.
O World, look up and listen!
The enemy's army is coming,

Wishing to destroy me.
With truth and with my gun I shall repulse him.
And should I be killed,
I would kill him with me.

Sing with me--
Woe to the Imperialists!
And God is above the treacherous tyrant.
God is greatest!
Therefore glorify Him, O my country,
And seize the forehead of the tyrant
And destroy him!
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Capital
Tripoli

Area
1,759,540 sq km

Currency
Libyan Dinar
LYD

Emergency numbers
193
1515

Languages
Arabic
Italian
English (all widely understood in the major cities)
Berber (Nafusi, Ghadamis, Suknah, Awjilah, Tamasheq)

Government
Libya Government

Law ministry
The Ministry of Justice

Population
6,871,292
Latest population

Libya Political parties
Parties

Taghyeer Political Party

Parties with seats in the General National Congress

National Forces Alliance
تحالف القوى الوطنية
Taḥalluf al-quwwa al-waṭaniyya
Founded : February 2012
Website : http://nfalibya.org/

Justice and Construction Party
حزب العدالة والبناء
Hizb Al-Adala Wal-Bina
Founded : 3 March 2012
Website : http://www.ab.ly/

National Front Party
حزب الجبهة الوطنية
Hizb Al-Jabha Al-Wataniyya
Founded : 9 May 2012
Website : http://www.jabha.ly/

Wadi al-Hiya Alliance

Union for Homeland
الإتحاد من أجل الوطن
Founded : 2012
Website : http://www.ufh.ly/

National Centrist Party
ا التيار الوطني الوسطي
Founded : 23 November 2011

Libyan National Democratic Party

The Message

The Foundation

National Party for Development and Welfare
Founded : 2012

Nation & Prosperity


Authenticity & Renewal

Authenticity & Progress

Moderate Umma Assembly

Libik Watani

National Gathering of Wadi al-Shati

Moderate Youth Party

Libyan List for Freedom & Development

National Coalition of Parties

Libya the Hope

Wisdom Party

Parties without seats in the General National Congress

Libu Party
ⴰⴽⴰⴱⴰⵔ ⵏ ⵍⵉⴱⵓ
حزب ليبو
Founded : 2017
Website : http://www.libu.ly/

Democratic Party
Founded : 14 July 2011
Website : http://thedemocraticpartylibya.org/

Homeland Party

حزب الوطن
Ħizb al-Waṭan
Founded : November 2011
Website : http://wattan.ly/

Party of Reform and Development
حزب الاصلاح والتنمية
Founded : 10 January 2012

Libyan National Movement
الحركة الوطنية الليبية
Founded : December 1980
Website : http://www.sawt-altalea.com/

Libyan Constitutional Union


Libyan Amazigh Congress

Alhaq and Democracy Party of Benghazi

Libyan National Congress Party

New Libya Party

National Unity of Libya Party

Freedom and Development Party of Libya


The Patriotic Reform Party

National Solidarity Party

The Libyan National Party

Umma Party

Justice and Democracy Party of Libya

Libya Future Party

Libyan Center Party

National Democratic Assembly for Justice and Progress

Libya Development Party

Libyan Universal Party

National Democratic Alliance

New National Congress Party

Tawasul Party

Libyan National Democratic Party for Justice and Development


Libya Our Home and Tribe Party

Libyan Liberation Party

Libya for All Party


Unity Movement

Democratic Youth Party


National Democratic Assembly

Wefaq Party

Libyan National Democratic Assemblage


Ansar Al Horria

Libyan Unionist Party

Religions
Muslim (virtually all Sunni) 96.6%
Christian 2.7%
Buddhist 0.3%
Hindu <0.1
Jewish <0.1
Folk religion <0.1
Unaffiliated 0.2%
Other <0.1

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Where is Libya located in this large world ?
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Interesting facts
Tripoli, the capital of Libya, was in a position to help protect American ships from attack by Barbary pirates in the 19th century (since, after all, some of them were based there!) By paying protection to the Sultan, the U.S. ships sailed the Mediterranean unmolested. When the price went up, the two countries went to war, twice, in what came to be known as the Barbary Wars.

In Libya’s entire history, it only had one King. King Idris reigned from 1951 until he was overthrown by Colonel Gaddafi (also spelled Qadhafi) in 1969.

During the latter years of Gaddafi’s regime, the country’s full official name was the “Great Socialist People’s Libyan Arab Jamahiriya”.

Although an Islamic nation today, Libya was an early Christian center historically.

Currently at least two political groups have set up governments for Libya, but only one of them is recognized as legitimate by the rest of the world. The fighting and instability in the country/region was responsible for the deaths of almost 1,800 migrants fleeing several countries in North Africa. They died trying to cross the Mediterranean Sea to Europe in the summer of 2015.

Libya’s 1,770 kilometers (1099 miles) of Mediterranean Sea coast is the longest of any North African country.

The area of the Mediterranean Sea north of Libya is frequently called the Libyan Sea.

Much of the central and eastern area of the country is covered by the Libyan Desert. The Libyan Desert is one of the most sun-baked and arid places on earth. There is no average rainfall — the land may go for decades with no rain and the highlands for five to ten years without it.

North of the mountains of Jebel Uweinat the Libyan plain is dotted with eroded volcanic features. This area also contains the Arkenu structures, thought at one time to be two meteorite impact craters.

When oil was discovered in the 1950s, an enormous aquifer underneath much of Libya was also found. This aquifer’s water pre-dates the last ice ages.