Libya is in disarray, armed militia attacked across the country

Libya is in disarray, armed militia attacked across the country.

Still bold to begin in Libya armed militia, which last year for NATO air support toppled former leader Muammar Gaddafi. There are continuing attacks on military facilities, infrastructure and foreign embassies. The Libyan government has even declared a state west of the military zone and sent an army there.

Libyan rebels in the area airports.

Libyan rebels in the area airports. PHOTO: Reuters

Thursday, the 21st June 2012, 6:19

The last eruption of violence reported Eastern Libya Benghazi, against Gaddafi  bastion of insurgents. Group of militants there on Monday attacked the Tunisian consulate to protest against the exhibition of fine arts in Tunisia, according to them, which offended Islam.

As reported by Reuters, a group of men with Kalashnikovs in the hands of a feeble resistance to overcome the guards and broke into the building where damaged equipment and burned the Tunisian flag.

The mentioned exhibition, which is radical thorn in the side, work has been exhibited, in which the author of the dead insects coined the word Allah.

Last week also in Benghazi someone fired a rocket at a British diplomatic convoy, the U.S. diplomatic offices in this town again someone detonated a booby trap bomb, gunmen even for a time occupied the airport in the capital Tripoli.

Militia refuse to surrender arms 

The problem, according to experts is that the militia that fought against Gaddafi , retaining weapons and are not willing to surrender. The presence of secret hostility towards the West, who is yet armed.

“In recent weeks we have witnessed a sharp deterioration in the security situation in LibyaA key element of destabilization is insane militias. These young men, heavily armed with a sense of entitlement to ownership of the revolution, “said Muhammad Muhammad, program manager for the Middle East and North Africa, based in Geneva. The ruling National Transitional Council is unable or unwilling to tame them.

Tomas Loskot 



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