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Revolution anthem replacing Gaddafi's Guide in Libya

Tripoli's schools are teaching democracy instead of oaths of allegiance to Muammar Gaddafi

Revolution anthem replacing Gaddafi's Guide in Libya
Libyan students wave the 'V' for victory sign at the start of the school year in Tripoli on September 18, 2011 (AFP/Getty Images)
Revolution anthem replacing Gaddafi's Guide in Libya
Schools across Libya have reopened this week after months of unrest had forced them to shut down (AFP/Getty Images)
Revolution anthem replacing Gaddafi's Guide in Libya
Libyan students chant the revolution anthem at the start of the school year (AFP/Getty Images)
Revolution anthem replacing Gaddafi's Guide in Libya
Schools in the Libyan capital are replacing repeated oaths of allegiance to the autocratic Guide, Muammar Gaddafi, with lessons in democracy (AFP/Getty Images)
Revolution anthem replacing Gaddafi's Guide in Libya
The national uprising to remove Muammar Gaddafi began more than six months ago (AFP/Getty Images)
Revolution anthem replacing Gaddafi's Guide in Libya
Libyan students and teachers chant the revolution anthem as they stand in front of the flag of Libya's former monarchy, which was adopted by anti- Gaddafi forces as their banner (AFP/Getty Images)
Revolution anthem replacing Gaddafi's Guide in Libya
A Libyan student chants the revolution anthem. Schools in Libya reopened in a festive atmosphere, according to local media reports (AFP/Getty Images)