Libya: A Divide within a Divide

The GeneralLibya is faced with a new divide that is likely to introduce a new chapter of turmoil and violence rather than a first step to stability: a divide in which religion gains saliency. General Khalifa Haftar’s success in the anarchic nature of Libya will be reliant on strong man tactics and a Libyan armed force deployed in all centres, with no mercy for any signs of opposition. As seen in Egypt, such a leadership only creates a new battlefield for both opposition and Islamic extremist groups.  Photo: General Khalifa Haftar More on The Haftar MilitiaDignity DividedGeneral Haftar named his campaign Operation Dignity and his fighting force the Libyan National Forces (LNF) with the goal of preventing Libya from becoming a terrorism hub. His target is the Libyan interim government, accused by Haftar of betraying Libya to Islamic militants and jihadists.For…

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