In yet another report on the emerging consciousness of the Amazigh (pl. Imazighen, also "Berber") people in Libya since the fall of Qadhafi, The Guardian has this report.. [Note: Link wasn't working; should be fixed now.]
One quibble: before the fall of Qadhafi, "anyone who spoke Tifinagh in public could be arrested." The author means Tamazight, Tifinagh is the ancient script, still used by the Tuareg and revived anong North African Imazighen. Speaking a script is indeed a challenge (do you speak any Cyrilllic, or how about Kufic?) Otherwise, a useful article.