Syrian fighters in Libya to their comrades in Turkey: “Don’t come, it’s certain death

The Libyan crisis parties presented a draft ceasefire agreement stipulating that the United Nations oversee the safe return of civilians displaced by the fighting. The United Nations

From early January to today, Turkish President and head of the Muslim Brotherhood terrorist movement Recep Tayyip Erdogan has transferred thousands of Syrian fighters to Libya from the Syrian city of Idlib into Tripoli and Misurata. According to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, thousands more rebels and extremists would be ready to leave for Libya, sent by Erdogan in support of forces affiliated to the Government of National Accord (GNA) now surrounded by the Libyan National Army (LNA) in western Libya.

Many Syrian fighters and Turkish officers have already lost their lives in Libya. Erdogan himself was highly criticized by the opposition in Parliament after announcing the first losses in Libya last month. Tree intelligence agents were killed in southern Tripoli last month and the LNA spokesperson confirmed the killing of other four in Ain Zara last week, stressing the possibility to send their bodies back in Turkey for their families. After the recent increase of violence between the GNA armed groups and the LNA, a new warning comes from the fighting axes in Libya for Syrian fighters who have enlisted to fight alongside the terrorists and gangs that still control the Libyan capital Tripoli.

Dozens of original audios and live streaming on Facebook, recorded by the Syrian rebels who have been fighting the LNA for weeks in Libya, warn their comrades still in Turkey not to leave and to stay there. “Don’t come to Libya, here is a disaster. We have no chance against Haftar’s troops” A young Syrian, exhausted by the fighting alongside GNA Major General Osama al-Juwaily, who has just lost yet another attempt to recapture a military air base west of Zawiya, says. The LNA under the command of Field Marshal Khalifa Haftar controls over 80% of Libyan territory and has been pushing towards the Tunisian border still in the hands of illegal Zuwara groups for a few days.



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