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February 26, 2012

Gaddafi's Look alike attracts crowds in Amman

February 26, 2012

February 26, 2012

The Jordanian Alghad newspaper published a report on a Muammar Gaddafi look alike who attracted crowds in Amman's streets during a hospitalization visit. His real name is Daw Al-Hakeek, and he was a Libyan soldier who defected following the start of the revolution. Daw lost his son, a rebel, during the fighting, while another son escaped death with injuries "in defense of free Libya".
"I am not proud of my facial similarities with Gaddafi", he told alghad. He did not approve of his killing either. "Gaddafi could have been killed off camera. People still do not have stomach for such a gruesome killing of an Arab leader".
In the last days of the revolution, Daw had to cover his head and part of his face in Tripoli's streets, fearing that snipers might mistake him for Gaddafi. 


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