Libya, now free from its dictator, is not doing so well, from the mobs in the streets to diplomats overseas and a culture of violence and aggression it looks like this country has too much to deal with. It all started when it actually ended, the life of its former dictator taken in a brutal, quick and almost mafia execution it made clear that not much is going to change.
There must have been a few people in Europe who felt relief when they saw the videos of bleeding Qaddafi being led to his final moments by the rebels, no doubt he would have made a scene at an international (or national) court, quoting secret agreements and deals with western leaders of the past 30 years. And that is probably what led Europe in its silence towards the deteriorating situation in the country, they are really too tired to deal with these people, all they want is oil and gas, winter is just around the corner and the last thing they want is an increase in energy costs.
The locals however do not feel they need to restrain themselves any longer, it is time for each one to state what he thinks, and it is also time to get to work on old and fresh disputes. So we get diplomats and street mobs shouting that there is no place for anyone born Jewish in Libya (even Jews who were unlucky enough to be born in Libya itself), we hear Libyan statesmen say that the Sharia will be law of the land, making it clear that this revolution is, from now on, restricted to Muslim men, all females and non Muslims are out.
The turning of Libya into a Sharia run country is not a huge surprise, however it starts to look as if every country that went through a “revolution” ended up Islamizing itself, almost to the point that one has to wonder if it was not a religious revolution in the first place, painted in human rights form so that the west would cheer on from the sidelines.