When can we go home?
Three years after the ethnic cleansing of their town and the genocide on the families of Tawergha, the Libyan government and Misrata militia still won't let them go home.
Despite the inflamed outrage the various aid organizations air in their reports on the gross human rights violations agains the people of Tawergha and the many promises the new regime of Libya has made to improve their situation, they have not been able to provide these people with security and justice.
After they first massacred and evicted the people of Tawergha, it now appears that due to the unwillingness of residents of Misrata it is impossible for them to return home. Their situation continues to remain as hopeless as two years ago when they were abused as scapegoats for the crimes Qaddafi committed by the same people from Misrata. 30 to 40,000 children, women and elderly people are currently living in appalling conditions in refugee camps across Libya.