Recently, a new Libyan unity government was announced to replace the Islamist Libyan Dawn one in Tripoli. However, the Tripoli-based government has been unable to unite its militias against Islamic State forces in Sirte so far. Meanwhile, Libya’s elected Tobruk-based government has been gaining ground on ISIS in recent weeks.

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Henrik Hedda Wallin
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Henrik Hedda Wallin

USA’s puppet government isn’t welcome. Go home, and blow up that totally corrupt piece of s**t called UN!

Why the f**k do the people of Europe accept their leaders invading another country? That US does it as it’s a rogue state under the rule of the industrial military complex and the war banks, is less strange.

daeshit sucks
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daeshit sucks
Because that without doing it, you can’t limit US hunger and that since Marshall plan, US possess big parts of european economy so if you say f**k off, like France did in 2003, they’ll make your unemployment rates skyrocket, and they’ll use such levers to bully the others, Another point is that all these countries are allied into NATO so there are treaties of mutual assistance and unless a kind of non NATO E.U. army is put up, they have to do with it… But, in other ways, you can see E.U. reinforcing itself and being less seen to say… Read more »
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Libyan National Army

Hopeless “Government”

how can they claim legitimacy when they are backed by MB Militias aka Turkish and Qatari Proxies?

the LNA is the real force on the Ground and the only force that battles ISIS and other militias , Western Governments better hurry up be4 it’s too late, if it’s not late already.

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Karol Kodeks

Libya was good until Gaddafi rules in country, it is sad but true.

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daeshit sucks

Well, I won’t say that Gaddafi was good : he was the typical arab world dictator and a real a*****e… But toppling him created a power vaccum which is even worst than everything he could have done. Same s**t for Saddam and, as usual, it’s the populations who are the victims… So yes, I can’t agree with such methods for a regime change and it would have been much better to keep Gaddafi in power. Anyway, it’s too late, things have unfortunatelly been already done and we can’t go in the past to settle them b4 they occured…