Libya's Lost Generation 8

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On February 20, 2014 - Amazigh people protest and demand their rights at the Congress during a demonstration organized by the Libyan Amazigh Supreme Council in Zwara. The Amazigh minority, or Berbers, who were oppressed by former Libyan leader Muammar Gadhafi, want the paralyzed government and parliament to guarantee their language and cutlure in Libya's planned constitution. "It's not a fair fight," says Fathi Youssef, one of the Libyan Amazigh Supreme Council's leaders. "Power, politics are deeply linked to weapons in Libya. We chose the peaceful way. I think this is our mistake. We already lost the game," he adds.