‘Living Under Terror’ by Felicity Prazak

Felicity has been attending St Mary’s Battersea for about 8 years and spends her time between travelling abroad for work where she teaches Art and enjoying the art scene in London and holding exhibitions. Felicity campaigns vigorously for justice for Victor and all that lost their loved ones when Gaddafi downed the passenger plane her husband Victor was travelling home for Christmas on.

Her anchor in life are the strong roots with her spiritual home St Marys and the fellowship with the amazing people who go there.

Felicity’s second novel ‘Living Under Terror’ is now published.

Nearly two decades after her husband was killed mysteriously in a plane crash in Libya Felicity finally uncovers the devastating truth of what really happened and the cover-up that followed.

In the midst of a raging civil war, July 2011 she travels to Benghazi to meet the relatives of those that died that fateful day, 22nd December, 1992  and she discovers that Gaddafi shot the plane down deliberately.  For the first time the Libyan relatives are able to speak about the atrocity without fear of retribution. No one could challenge the despotic dictator who made his people suffer and treated them as slaves for decades under the regime. All of them lived under terror what would happen, some were murdered or tortured or dissappeared for asking questions. A few escaped the regime and finally could stand up to Gaddafi.

Their stories border on unbelievable. Living Under Terror is a harrowing  account of how Gaddafi controlled his people and the relatives turn to Felicity to make their stories known to the West. No longer alone in her fight to know the truth Felicity seeks to bring those accountable for the mass murder of 157 people to justice.

Published on Amazon. Felicity’s first novel is ‘Libya’s Unknown Atrocity’.

Living Under Terror: A Woman who stood up to a Dictator


Felicity has been attending St Mary’s Battersea for about 8 years and spends her time between travelling abroad for work where she teaches Art and enjoying the art scene in London and holding exhibitions. Felicity campaigns vigorously for justice for Victor and all that lost their loved ones when Gaddafi downed the passenger plane her husband Victor was travelling home for Christmas on.

Her anchor in life are the strong roots with her spiritual home St Marys and the fellowship with the amazing people who go there.