FOUNTAIN VALLEY (AP) — Libyan expatriates are gathering in Southern California to celebrate the liberation of their home country following an eight-month civil war that ended with the death of longtime dictator Moammar Gadhafi.
Organizers say they’ve invited fellow Arabs and Muslims along with all local residents to a Sunday afternoon picnic in Orange County’s Mile Square Regional Park.READ MORE: SoFi Stadium Looking To Fill More Than 3,000 Part-Time Positions With Job Fairs Being Held This Month
Attendees will honor those killed and displaced during Gadhafi’s rule and express hope for a peaceful future of Libya.READ MORE: Feds: Mustafa Qadiri Of Irvine Used $5 Million In Fraudulent PPP Loans To Buy Ferrari, Bentley, And Lamborghini
The event is hosted by the Libyan Emergency Task Force and the Libyan American Association of Southern California.MORE NEWS: 2 More Drivers Report Windows Being Shattered On SoCal Freeways
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