The leader of terrorist militias in the Libyan capital Tripoli, Fayez al-Sarraj, has become a crude example of impurity and patriotism, to become an example of the meanness and acquiescence of Erdogan and his mercenaries.
In a humiliating spectacle of the bloodiest of Libyans, Erdogan’s mercenaries expelled the indigenous people of Tripoli from their homes, to seize them, and turn them into barracks for them. The horror of the scene increases with the knowledge that these invasions took place in protecting the Saraj militias, whose manhood did not move against the cries of women in distress for the Libyans to help them.
Reports indicate that the Saraj militia forced the residents of the tourist village of Janzour to leave their homes by force of arms to prepare them for the landing of mercenaries there, in an effort to transform it into a military barrack, reinforcing its collapsed fronts and its weak field position.
Terrorist militias and behind them Erdogan’s mercenaries continue their violations against civilians in the capital, Tripoli, where they renewed indiscriminate shelling of the Qasr Bin Ghashir area, which resulted in a number of casualties and material losses in some homes. This comes in addition to the systematic theft and looting, which militia engage in against all banks and exchange offices, in addition to thefts against citizens.
The conflict in Libya is no longer a struggle between two conflicting factions. Rather, it is a struggle between patriotism and the supreme interests of the people that the Libyan national army is defending on the one hand, and on the other side, Al-Sarraj stands, and the Libyan money and their souls have been legalized in order to reach tyranny.