Kuhusiana na habari hii inaonyesha dhahiri kuwa hili linaweza kuwa ni doa kwa umoja wa Waarabu, na pia inawezekana kabisa kuwa kuna mkono wa US ili waweze kuwagawa na kuishambulia Iran kwa urahisi zaidi. Gaddafi charged for cleric kidnap Sheikh Musa Sadr remains a revered figure for many Lebanese Shia Muslims Lebanon has issued an indictment against Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi over the disappearance of a prominent Shia cleric in Libya 30 years ago. It is widely believed in Lebanon Sheikh Moussa Sadr was kidnapped and killed on the orders of senior Libyan officials. Libya has always denied involvement and says the sheikh left the country safely on a plane bound for Rome. The indictment accuses Col Gaddafi of conspiring to kidnap, and withholding the freedom of, Musa Sadr and others. The charges carry the death penalty, but correspondents say it is highly unlikely that Col Gaddafi will ever stand trial in Lebanon. Revered figure Col Gaddafi has ignored a previous Lebanese summons for questioning about the case and he has never officially visited Lebanon since the cleric's disappearance. Sheikh Moussa Sadr founded Lebanon's opposition Amal movement which is now led by parliament speaker Nabih Berri. He was born in Iran in 1929 and emigrated to Lebanon, where he remains a revered figure among the country's large Shia minority. A charismatic speaker and religious scholar, he is credited with helping transform the Lebanese Shia into the major political force they are today. Wednesday's arrest warrant was issued under a Lebanese law which allows for the indictment of any suspect who fails to respond to a summons for questioning.