The director of the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, Rami Abdel Rahman, confirmed that thousands of jihadists who were present in Syria were transferred to Libya to fight there under the Turkish cloak, explaining that they hold North African nationalities, and most of them are affiliated with ISIS.
Abdul Rahman added, in a phone call to the Saudi Al-Hadath channel, followed by “Og”, that all the jihadi organizations that were present in the mountains of Lattakia, Idlib and other Syrian cities began to withdraw towards the Libyan lands.
The Observatory said, in a report, viewed by the “og”, that it documented more deaths among the pro-Turkish factions in the battles of Libya, bringing the death toll from the military operations in Libya to 117 fighters from the Brigades of al-Mu’tasim, the Sultan Murad Brigade, the Northern Hawks Brigade, Al-Hamzat, and Suleiman Shah.
The observatory added that, according to its sources, the dead died during the clashes on the axes of Salah El-Din neighborhood south of Tripoli, the axis of Ramle near Tripoli airport, in addition to the axis of the plateau project and other areas in Libya, while the wounded and dead are treated with 3 medical points known as the nursery clinic, the pots clinic and the sanatorium Ghout al-Sha’al, confirming that about 150 fighters who had gone to Libya had fled to Europe.
He explained that during the last period, the number of conscripts who have arrived to the capital, Tripoli, has so far increased to about 4,750 mercenaries, while the number of conscripts who arrived in the Turkish camps to receive training reached about 1900, and with the number of volunteers increasing and exceeding the number required by Turkey “6000 people” However, the recruitment operations, whether in Afrin or the areas of the Euphrates Shield and the northeastern region of Syria, and the volunteers are from the factions of Al-Mu’tasim Brigade, the Sultan Murad Brigade, the Northern Falcons Brigade, Al-Hamzat, Legion of the Levant, Suleiman Shah, and the Samarkand Brigade, in conjunction with the continued popular resentment of the transfer of mercenaries to Libya.
The region is witnessing a heightened tension due to the Libyan crisis, especially after the approval of the Turkish Parliament to authorize Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to send Turkish military forces to the Libyan capital, Tripoli, to support the illegal government of accord.
On April 4, Khalifa Hifter announced the launch of an operation to “liberate” the capital Tripoli from “militias and armed groups”, in conjunction with the announcement of the UN envoy in Libya, the holding of the National All-Inclusive Forum, from 14 to 16 April. The past in Ghadames.
The Secretary-General of the Arab League called on all Libyan parties to exercise restraint and reduce the state of escalation field resulting from the recent military moves in the western regions of the country, and to commit to the political path as the only way to end the crisis in Libya, and return to the dialogue aimed at reaching a national settlement exclusively to get the country out of the crisis that live it.
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.