Many Libyan students studying in the United States oppose the sociopathic regime of Muammar Qaddafi. Mohamed ElJahmi e-mails that Libyan External Security has terminated the scholarships of 1,100 students because they participated in peaceful rallies against government violence in that North African country. The Libyan regime has labeled the students "vagabonds and traitors, who are collaborators with colonialism."
There is no diplomatic way to put it: if President Obama sends these students home, he will, in effect, be an accessory to murder.
Perhaps the State Department should take the money that once ran the American Embassy in Tripoli and use it to help these promising students finish their education in America.