By Libya Herald reporter.
Alexandria, 3 December 2017:
The house belonging to Mohamed Qaddafi in the Garrarat area of Tripoli next to Suq Al-Juma was summarily demolished today by Rada forces.
The action is said to have been triggered by an alleged decision by the Presidency Council to return property to members of the Qaddafi family.
It has been condemned by Libyan activist and secretary-general of the Libyan branch of the Arab Organisation for Human Rights, Abdel-Moneim Al-Hor. He called on the authorities to protect private property.
Mohamed, the former dictator’s eldest son, is reported to still be in exile in Oman along with his stepmother, Safia Farkash. His mother was Qaddafi’s first wife, Fatiha al-Nuri, whom Qaddafi divorced in 1970. She was reported to have died shortly afterwards.