Despite the support of the Qatari regime to the terror groups in Libya, these militias have received painful blows in their battles against the Libyan national army in the capital Tripoli.
The Libyan army faces several armed brigades supported by the Qatari regime and Turkey, which aims to return Tripoli to the embrace of the Libyan state again, and to achieve a decisive victory against the militias of terrorism and sabotage in the country.
The Libyan rebels of Ansar al-Shariah, one of the most prominent militias fighting the Libyan army in the capital Tripoli, and led by Shaaban Huda, one of the wanted terrorists of Interpol International, and this militia is the military wing of the Muslim Brotherhood.
In addition to the militia of the Libyan rebels, the Libyan army in Tripoli is currently fighting a number of armed brigades, such as the al-Nawassi militia, the Hawks of the Revolution, and the Martyr Yusuf al-Burki militia of Mufti Sadiq al-Ghuraini. In addition to a number of criminal militias known as the names of people and control of some government buildings such as the militia of Salah Badi, who participated in the burning of Tripoli International Airport, and the militia of Gnoye and the militia of the rebels of the district of Salim and the militia of Salah al-Marghani.
These armed militias, which fight the Libyan army despite many, are now sporadic and suffer successive defeats, in light of the strikes being paid by the Libyan army, and have led to the liberation of more of the capital Tripoli, and the army is pushing for the extension of its control over the entire Libyan capital.