The director of Al-Aqsa Mosque, Sheikh Omar Al-Kiswani, said on Monday that more than 300 people were wounded during the confrontations in the courtyards of the Al-Aqsa Mosque and the vicinity of Alquds with the Zionist occupation forces. Al-Kiswani explained – in a statement to the Jordanian International Al Haqiqa …Read More »
On Monday, the Libya’s delegate to the United Nations, Al-Taher Al-Sunni, said that the Security Council will hold an informal closed session of the Sanctions Committee and the Group of Experts headed by India to discuss the implementation of the Security Council resolutions on Libya. Al-Sunni added, in a tweet …Read More »
Tunisia submitted a request to hold a session of the Security Council, on Monday, to discuss the practices of the occupation authorities in the occupied Palestinian territories. The Tunisian Ministry of Foreign Affairs stated on its official page, on Saturday, that the request came after the violations committed by the …Read More »
The Libyan Coast Guard authority confirmed that an Italian fishing vessel had been seized and searched after entering the protected fishing area 30 nautical miles north of the city of Khums. The authority explained that on Thursday, a boat belonging to it pursued the ship, based on information that 4 …Read More »
Saudi Arabia announces the holding of the rituals of Hajj according to special health controls and procedures.
Saudi Arabia announced, on Sunday, its intention to conduct the rituals of Hajj for this year, in accordance with health, security and regulatory controls and standards, which ensure the preservation of the health and safety of pilgrims, without mentioning any details of the possibility of opening it to pilgrims from …Read More »
Le Monde: Haftar lost control of his followers from the Chadian opposition during the attack on Déby.
The French newspaper “Le Monde” said on Saturday that Paris aimed to give Haftar the opportunity from behind the guise of fighting terrorism, and that the recent Chadian unrest came against Paris’ expectations, and it became clear that relying on Haftar was a matter of deception. The newspaper confirmed – …Read More »
The meeting of the leaders of the volcano … Haftar media fueled the situation, while channels affiliated with the volcano remained silent.
The supported Haftar channels that backed Haftar in his aggression continue to inflame and dismantle the social fabric, as they intensified through their misleading news yesterday that the President of the Presidential Council, Mohammed Al Manifi, was besieged at one time, and at another time about the kidnapping of his …Read More »
Al-Manqoush speaks for the first time since her assumption of her position about the Wagner and Janjaweed mercenaries and demands their exit from Libya.
Foreign Minister Najla Al-Manqoush called for the necessity of the departure of foreign forces and mercenaries of the Wagner, Janjaweed, Syrians and others from all of Libya. During her visit to Al-Qatrun municipality, Al-Manqoush said that, through a timetable that the Joint Military Committee 5 + 5 will develop under …Read More »
The Washington Post: None of the local parties was able to stop the Al-Kani militia from committing the crimes in Tarhuna.
The American “Washington Post” newspaper published a report entitled “Mass Murders and the Sin of Silence” on the murders committed by the Al Kani militia against the people of Tarhuna. The newspaper said – in a report on its official website – Saturday, that the Al Kani militia killed hundreds …Read More »
Akar: We will continue to support Libya with the same enthusiasm and vigor as it was on the first day.
Turkish Defense Minister Hulusi Akar said Saturday that his country will continue its effectiveness with Libya with the same enthusiasm and vitality as it was on the first day, noting the agreement on all common issues. “Akar” added during a breakfast banquet for the Turkish Special Forces, according to what …Read More »
Al-Hussan: We will let our voice heard to the government which neglected it, and it will see the force that protected Tripoli on the ground.
The field commander of the 166th Brigade of the Central Military Region, Mohammed Al-Hussan, said that we will make our voice heard to the government, which did not heed it, and they will see on the ground the force that protected, and defended Tripoli Al-Hussan explained – in a meeting …Read More »
Erdogan: Egypt and Turkey are starting a new era, and we seek to restore a historic union between the two countries.
Turkish President Rejep Tayyip Erdogan said Friday that his country has started a new era with Egypt, and that it is seeking to restore its historical union with it. In a press statement, Erdogan added, “There are historical ties with Egypt that we must preserve,” explaining that the negotiations at …Read More »
On Friday, the Tunisian government decided to impose a complete lockdown in the country for the entire week of Eid al-Fitr. To combat the resurgence of the Corona virus. Tunisian Prime Minister Hicham El Mechichi said in a press conference, reported by the French Press Agency, “AFP” that approving the …Read More »
Supreme Council of State considers the statement of the European countries and the United States regarding Libya is an interference in the country’s internal affairs.
On Friday, the Supreme Council of State considered the joint statement between European countries and the United States “in which it was stated that the time is not appropriate to change positions related to the elections as an interference in the internal affairs of Libya.” The council said – in …Read More »
Norland renews his support for the unification of the military establishment in Libya and the holding of elections.
On Friday, the US ambassador to Libya, Richard Norland, reiterated the need to unify the Libyan military establishment after the events in Chad. “Norland” discussed with member of the Presidential Council, Abdullah Al-Lafi, preparing for the elections on December 24th, and the crucial importance of starting the withdrawal of forces …Read More »
Human Rights Watch: Nominating an Emirati official for the position of President of Interpol would jeopardize the credibility of the organization.
“Human Rights Watch” and “Gulf Center for Human Rights” said Thursday, that the nomination of a prominent official in the UAE Ministry of Interior, “Ahmed Nasser Al Raisi” for the position of head of the International Criminal Police Organization “Interpol”, is another attempt by the UAE to buy international respect …Read More »