Is there any example of a Lie Algebra, who has nontrivial radical but contains no abelian ideal?
Here, the radical of a Lie algebra means its maximal solvable ideal.
This question occurs in the proof of the theorem which states that "A Lie algebra is semsimple if and only if its killing form is nondegenerate." In the proof, it is written that "to prove that $L$ is semisimple, it will suffice to prove that every abelian ideal of $L$ lies in the radical of the killing form." So I am wondering what if $L$ contains no abelian ideal whiling being semisimple.
Is it possible?