By Libya Herald staff.
Benghazi, 12 October 2014:
The Twitter campaign #IamTawfik honouring Benghazi activist Tawfik Ben Saud, murdered by militants . . .[restrict]last month because of his campaigning for freedom in Libya has been joined by the world’s most celebrated campaigner for peace and justice, South Africa’s Archbishop Desmond Tutu.
The Nobel Peace laureate who celebrated his 83 birthday last week has been photographed holding the #Iam Tawfik logo of the campaign to keep alive the memory of Ben Saud and the many other Libyans working for freedom and justice who the militants have killed in much the same way that Qaddafi eliminate others dedicated to the same goals before the revolution.
The #Iam Tawfik campaign has gone viral since it was created, gathering support from across Libya and the world. Tutu is the most prominent supporter so far. [/restrict]