Libya, like Rwanda, is a country of peoples bound by tribal loyalties. Individuals define themselves first by their tribe and then by country. Political interests have historically leveraged tribal loyalty, providing one tribe with funds, arms and a mission to successfully defeat conflicting interests.
Ostensibly you don’t care about the political interests and tribes of Libya. But you must. A conflict fueled by politics and led by one well armed tribe against all other tribal people has in the past resulted in horrific tragedy.
You care about Libya as exampled by one boy, a victim in Rwanda.
Jean-Marie Mugabo was ten years old, living in Nyanza, in a southern province of Rwanda.