Khaled al-Ghuwail, the advisor to the presidency of the Supreme Council of Libyan Tribes and Cities, denounced the statements of the President of the Provisional Government, Abdullah Al-Thani, regarding the martyr leader, Muammar Gaddafi, describing them as “lies” that would split the Libyan ranks at a defining moment in the country’s life.
And Al-Ghweel expected, in statements to Al-Sharq Al-Awsat newspaper, seen by the “og”, that the accusations of dissuading would cause widespread anger among the tribes that love Gaddafi. If the head of the interim government, Abdullah Al-Thani, does not apologize for what he has done, it is possible that the youths supporting the military and security institutions in eastern Libya may be withdrawn.
He stressed that such conversations serve the Brotherhood and the Libyan fighting group, and electronic armies, explaining that the dissuadement caused great embarrassment to the successor of Haftar and the House of Representatives held in Tobruk, and that had it not been for the youth of the Republic regime to join the ranks of the armed forces, it would not have been able to fight its last wars to liberate Benghazi and Derna, then Tripoli.
Al-Thani attacked, in a television interview with Sky News Arabia, followed by the “og”, the republic regime, and falsely claimed that the martyr leader Muammar Gaddafi did not create a military institution, and he forgot that he was one of the graduates of the military establishment during the mass system, as he inferred the Omani experience as a model for a successful state .
Eight years ago, France implemented its plan with the State of Qatar, to get rid of the martyr leader, and evidence and documents showed the Hamdeen organization’s involvement in financing and supporting terrorist militias and the Political Islam Group to spread chaos in the country.
The scenario of the French-Qatari intervention began to destroy Libya, not only by stirring up strife in the country, but also by supporting the military intervention of NATO, leading to the violent and indiscriminate bombing of Sirte and the assassination of the leader in the 20th of the month of October 2011.
Libya has been in a political and military crisis since 2011, where two parties are currently fighting for power: the Government of National Accord the Internationally supported, led by Faiz al-Sarraj, and the second, the interim government of eastern Libya, supported by the House of Representatives in Tobruk