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Human Rights Watch: Al Kaniyat and their leaders are directly involved in the Tarhuna crimes.

Hanan Saleh, senior researcher on Libyan affairs at Human Rights Watch, said on Wednesday that Al Kaniyat and senior commanders affiliated to them are criminally responsible for the crimes committed in Tarhuna.

Saleh confirmed – on her Twitter account – that Mohammed and Abdul-Rahim Al-Kani were directly involved in these violations, indicating that no person has yet been held accountable for the crimes of kidnapping, disappearance, torture and unlawful killing of dozens of people in Tarhuna.

It is worth noting that the US State Department’s report on human rights for the year 2020 confirmed, on Wednesday, that Haftar’s forces are involved in arbitrary and unlawful killings, enforced disappearances and torture, and that Haftar’s Al Kani militia are involved in cases of disappearance and torture before their withdrawal from Tarhuna.

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