Libyans have once again turned to Twitter to express their mixed emotions over their country’s post-Arab Spring development.
Many Tweeps expressed frustration…
#IWantMyCountryBack I don't want my only choice in life to be between wasting my best years here, or leaving my friends & family— Nada Elfeituri (@NadaElfeituri) December 26, 2014
I want to go to collage , I want to graduate,I want to work , I want to live a normal life ! #IWantMyCountryBack— نَهلـہْ (@Nboush) December 26, 2014
Many Libyans are tired of their country being equalised to terrorism and fighting…
I want to be able to say I'm from DERNA and not make people think of ISIS. #IWantMyCountryBack— Ayat Mneina (MScPH) (@AMneina) December 26, 2014Don't miss out on great stories!
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I miss the old Libya away from all the politics and deaths and destruction😔 #IWantMyCountryBack— Masarrah Khalifa (@masarrah345) December 26, 2014
Many also express hope, refusing to give up on their country’s future…
Bring back our Libya that Naboss fought for to be,that salwa tried to protect,that tawfik had the hope one day itcan be #IWantMyCountryBack— هدى (@HuDA_khoja) December 26, 2014
#IWantMyCountryBack can't just let a punch of criminals,warlords, corrupt politicians &opportunist self-made heroes make us homeless#Libya— Youssef Sawani (@YoussefSawani) December 26, 2014