One such story was about the Santa Maria Church in Tripoli and its return to Christians:
you can read the full article here, I just thought it was heart warming and showed the tolerance of the real decent Libyan people. The same website has many good articles about Libya, like this one about Libyan Tea and the world famous Libyan Truffle تِرفاس , there are many articles about Libya there, very enjoyable.
One other story that got my attention was about the Venus of Cyrene, which was stolen by the Italian invaders from Libya and put in the Rome Museum, the museum has lost its appeal to try and keep it in Rome and I am hoping inshaAllah that it is returned soon, just like the Libyan Aphrodite that was returned in 2002.
Finally I would like to wish our team at this year's Olympics the best of luck, I know it is too much to expect a medal but just taking part and participating in this major event is a reason to be proud of the 7 Libyan athletes, I wish there was more than just seven but that is how it is and inshaAllah they make us proud by being decent and fair.
Incidentally when I wrote few weeks ago about the American/Libyan swimmer Mercedes/Asmahan Farhat not being the first ever Libyan female swimmer as many Libyan and American websites were reporting, it was good to see The Tripoli Post writing exactly what I did weeks before them :o)
Top Row (from left): Asmahan Farhat, Ghada Ali and Ali Zaid; Second row (from left):Mohammad BenSalah, Ezzidin Tlish, Ahmed Belgasim and Sufian Aljaddi