In Libya, the students told to watch only state television

In today's edition of the Society International Herald Tribune, during these visits students at teachers at all speak to reporters about their love for Colonel Muammar Gaddafi. But some of the students when teachers are not around, is recognized journalists, and that the vast majority of students and teachers are against the Gaddafi regime, nor be afraid to admit it publicly.

According to the International Herald Tribune, the officers of the government troops out of school in the capital, with conversations in which students speak only watch public television and caution over such channels like Al-Jazeera and Al-Arabiya.

The struggle for the hearts and minds of the younger generation has for the Gaddafi regime priority — a third of the Libyan population are children and youth under 15 years of age, and 70 percent of Libyans are not more than 35.

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