Libya suffers from violence since the release and murder of a longtime strongman, Moammar Gaddafi, in 2011.
for Tripoli, the warring parties have found shameful neglect of civilian security and international humanitarian law by carrying out clandestine attacks on residential neighborhoods, "said Magdalena Mugrabi, deputy director of Amnesty International in the Middle East and North Africa.
Attacks can have devastating consequences for civilians and increase the need for expanding the International Criminal Court's investigations into possible war crimes by all parties to the conflict in Libya. in the area of Abu Salim in Tripoli there were disorderly attacks of rocket fools an episode of intense battles between 1
The Hafthar Force and local police affiliated with the Government of the National Accord accused each other of indiscriminate attacks in southern Tripoli Residents interviewed by Amnesty International informed NGOs that they believed Hafthar's forces were responsible
Haftar participated in the coup that brought Gaddafi to power 50 years ago, and now, in the mid-1970s, he has sent his forces through the desert of Benghazi to seize the country for himself.
The main proponents of Hafthar are Saudi Arabia, Egypt and the United Arab Emirates.
The national agreement is recognized by the United Nations, but has difficulties in the implementation of its rule beyond the boundaries of the capital. It interferes with internal hostility and depends on security at competing militias, most of which have an Islamist appearance.