Baghdadi Mahmudi


Baghdadi Ali Mahmudi
(Arabic: البغدادي علي المحمودي‎)


Prime Minister of Libya

Notable for

Being Gaddafi's response to Göring


Bagh-daddy Mah-mommy


Muammar al-Gaddafi, Saif al-Islam Gaddafi, Khamis al-Gaddafi, Aisha al-Gaddafi, Al-Mu'tasim-Billah Al-Gaddafi, Moussa Ibrahim


Adolf Hitler, Hermann Göring, Mustafa Abdul Jalil, Charles Bouchard

Baghdadi Mahmudi was Secretary of the General People's Committee (prime minister) of Libya from 5 March 2006 to as late as 1 September 2011, when he acknowledged the collapse of the GPCO and the ascendance of the National Transitional Council as a result of the Libyan civil war. He has a medical degree, specialising in obstetrics and gynecology, and had served as Deputy Prime Minister to Prime Minister Shukri Ghanem since 2003 at the time he was appointed to replace him. He was a part of Gaddafi's inner circle at least prior to his defection in mid-2011.

He was arrested in Tunisia for illegal border entry and jailed for six months, although this was later overruled on appeal, however a Tunisian court decided to extradite Mamoudi to Libya under a request from Libya's Tranisitonal council. He is still in Tunisia till this day.

On 21 December 2011, it was reported that Mahmudis health was "seriously degraded" following a hunger strike in his prison.

Gaddafi Parodies

He is a minor character in the Gaddafi Parodies, and serves as Gaddafi's response to Göring.

Similarities with Göring

  • They are both the second-in-command of their respective leaders.
  • Both defected to the enemy in the last days of their respective conflicts. (Göring to the Allies, Mahmudi to the NTC)


  • Baghdadi speaks more.
  • Bahgdadi isn't as fat as Göring (and not as hungry or bored).
  • Unlike Göring, he can go hunger strike.