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{{ safesubst:#invoke:Unsubst||$N=More footnotes |date=__DATE__ |$B= {{#invoke:Message box|ambox}} }} Omar Mukhtar (Arabic: عمر المختار Omar Al-Mukhtār) (20 August 1862 – 16 September 1931), of the Mnifa,<ref>Mnifa is "a generic name for many groups of 'Clients of the Fee' (Marabtin al-sadqan)." These are client tribes having no sacred associations and are known as Marabtin al-sadqan because they pay sadaqa, a fee paid to a free tribe for protection. Peters, Emrys L. (1998) "Divine goodness: the concept of Baraka as used by the Bedouin of Cyrenaica", page 104, In Shah, A. M.; Baviskar, Baburao Shravan and Ramaswamy, E. A. (editors) (1998) Social Structure and Change: Religion and Kinship (Volume 5 of Social Structure and Change) Sage Publications, Thousand Oaks, California, ISBN 0-7619-9255-3; Sage Publications, New Delhi, India, ISBN 81-7036-713-1</ref> was born in the small village of Zanzour, near Tobruk in eastern Barqa (Cyrenaica) in Libya. Beginning in 1912, he organized and, for nearly twenty years, led native resistance to Italian colonization of Libya. Italian armed forces captured and hanged him in 1931.


Omar Mukhtar sections
Intro   Early life    Italian invasion    Guerrilla warfare    Capture and execution   Legacy   References    External links   

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{{ safesubst:#invoke:Unsubst||$N=More footnotes |date=__DATE__ |$B= {{#invoke:Message box|ambox}} }} Omar Mukhtar (Arabic: عمر المختار Omar Al-Mukhtār) (20 August 1862 – 16 September 1931), of the Mnifa,<ref>Mnifa is "a generic name for many groups of 'Clients of the Fee' (Marabtin al-sadqan)." These are client tribes having no sacred associations and are known as Marabtin al-sadqan because they pay sadaqa, a fee paid to a free tribe for protection. Peters, Emrys L. (1998) "Divine goodness: the concept of Baraka as used by the Bedouin of Cyrenaica", page 104, In Shah, A. M.; Baviskar, Baburao Shravan and Ramaswamy, E. A. (editors) (1998) Social Structure and Change: Religion and Kinship (Volume 5 of Social Structure and Change) Sage Publications, Thousand Oaks, California, ISBN 0-7619-9255-3; Sage Publications, New Delhi, India, ISBN 81-7036-713-1</ref> was born in the small village of Zanzour, near Tobruk in eastern Barqa (Cyrenaica) in Libya. Beginning in 1912, he organized and, for nearly twenty years, led native resistance to Italian colonization of Libya. Italian armed forces captured and hanged him in 1931.


Omar Mukhtar sections
Intro   Early life    Italian invasion    Guerrilla warfare    Capture and execution   Legacy   References    External links   

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