UN Team Reveals Involvement of Darfur Armed Groups in Libya Crisis


a report issued by UN experts Team assigned to Libya disclosed the risk of the existence of Sudanese and Chadian armed insurgents in the security scene in Libya.

The report revealed the growing involvement of the foreign opposition armed groups from Sudan and Chad in the fighting taking place in Libya, adding that the broad existence of those terrorism groups and its involvement in the clashes near Tripoli reflect its risk on the Libyan security scene.

Meanwhile, International Relation Expert and lecturer in Texas University, Ibrahim Haiba said that what is going on in Southern Libya is an occupation by African mercenary militias on top of which the Sudanese Justice and Equality Movement and some opposition armed groups from Chad.

He added that what is strange is that most of those African militias are fighting and occupying the Libyan Territories by Libyan money and weapons.