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JUNE 2021

Haftar’s Troops Reinforce Sirte For A Siege That Never Seems To Come

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Haftar's Troops Reinforce Sirte For A Siege That Never Seems To Come

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On August 25th, Field Marshal Khalifa Haftar’s Libyan National Army (LNA) continued deploying more troops and equipment towards Sirte and Jufra.

LNA Spokesperson Brigadier General Ahmed al-Mesmari claimed that Government of National Accord (GNA and Turkish forces were amassing east of Misrata preparing for their impending attack on Sirte.

That’s been the narrative for over a month now and no attack has taken place yet.

Meanwhile, protests continued in Misrata and Tripoli against widespread corruption and poor living conditions.

GNA President Fayez al-Sarraj ordered the Undersecretary of Interior Ministry Khaled Mazen to grant protest permits to all groups that protest for reform, rather than resignation of GNA.

He said that the only protests whose security can be guaranteed are the ones that have a proper permit.

Refusing to give up power, al-Sarraj began urgent reshuffling of the cabinet in order to presumably appease protesters.

Al-Sarraj made a televised statement in conjunction with the outbreak of mass demonstrations in Tripoli against deteriorating living conditions and rampant corruption.

“I may have to declare an emergency in order to form a government of crisis…Urgent ministerial reshuffles will be made away from the consent [of some groups] and quotas,” he said.

“I will not allow [our] legitimacy to fall and the entry of Libya into a dark tunnel,” he added, acknowledging his responsibility.

However, he went on to say that “we do not have control of all the homeland’s soil.”

Al-Sarraj insisted on calling for presidential and parliamentary elections in March, saying “the only political option to save the homeland is to reproduce the powers through elections.”

The premier stressed that there are some parties that do not wish to hold elections for their own interests, “but the elections will end a lot of the struggle over power in Libya.”

Al-Sarraj declared his readiness to implement any agreement that meets the acceptance and consensus of all Libyan actors and called on Libyan protesters not to be dragged into the calls for sabotage over the deterioration of living conditions, saying “I have ordered all state agencies to protect the peaceful demonstrators.”

The protesters demanding for better living conditions and resignation of the GNA were reportedly beaten.

At the same time, east of Benghazi there are protests against the House of Representatives.

 

Likely to coordinate some incoming actions in reopening the oil exports, or something in regard to a political solution or some other internal decision, Field Marshal Khalifa Haftar met with representatives of the House of Representatives he met the Interim Prime Minister, as well as the Ministers of Interior, Finance, Electricity, Mayor of Benghazi and Head of the Waha Oil Company.

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Zionism = EVIL

Egyptian Jew cunt Sissy sent an envoy to tell Haftar that Egyptians are chickenshit scared to fight Turkey and nothing is about to happen.

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And to other news, Hezbollah tried tonight to attack our brave forces at the border and failed again. In return, we bombed some of their positions across the border, something we haven’t done for years. Next time they will start counting down their bodies. We also hold the Lebanese govt responsible for any attack from its territory, and they will too pay the price. We are ready to start the war anytime they push us too much.

Zionism = EVIL

LOL, HUSH stupid TWAT! making up more infantile fantasies.

Lux et Veritas

Rubbish to say the least.

Lux et Veritas

The Arabs are too ineffective, divided and weak to challenge Turkey and now there is defacto acceptance of Turkish control over Libya. US and most NATO states have backed Turkey, while Egypt is too impoverished and weak to escalate a conflict it will surely lose. Egypt could not even take a stand against the Ethiopian dam on the Nile which is already having an impact on the Nile Delta farmlands and water scarcity.

Agram-atos
Jim Allen

US Government, and no NATO “States” back Turkey. No country accepts Turkey’s control of anything.
Turkey is standing alone, US Government is not going to back Turkey, and said so. Turkey gets some shekels from The City of London laundered through US Government so it can fail in Syria, Libya, Albania, or Algeria, I can’t recall which, and it’s rooting around Greece.
Turkey’s been busy pissing off the Bear, too.
Russia already showed Turkey what a handful of sanctions slapped on Turkey will do, and how fast it will do it.
Turkey owes Central Bank big money, at 30% compounded interest. Borrowing from The City of London ain’t cheap, Turkey is having trouble paying it’s bills. The Sultan is a loose cannon, playing both sides, and gaining nothing. But for Russia’s warning Erdogan would’ve faced a military coup. The Zionist Khazar criminal Banking Cabal uses debt to leverage compliance, or else…
Now Turkey is stuck in Syria, Libya facing Russia, and Iran with Hezbollah in Syria. A no-win for Turkey in Syria, while pissing off Russia in ways that can cost Turkey it’s assets in Syria, and the other two fronts Turkey’s military is deployed. Had to put Greece on hold, due to it’s military being stretched too thin, and with no money to prosecute war in the first place, Turkey’s begging for a whuppin’, and you’re looking really stupid talking this shit. You’re embarrassing yourself, pitiful troll.

Servet Köseoğlu

haftar haftar thank your god everyday that we are too far from you haftar haftar otherwise we would capture all libya haftar haftar you lost your dignity at tripoli if you push us hard again you will loose your ass…

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