“Seventh Day” obtained photos showing the number of people killed as a result of violent clashes between armed militias affiliated with the Al-Wefaq government in the Janzour area, west of Tripoli.
Libyan sources have confirmed deaths and injuries in violent clashes between the armed militias of the Al-Wefaq government in the Janzour area, west of Tripoli.
Libyan sources said in exclusive statements to “The Seventh Day” that violent clashes took place between the Janasour militia militia and an armed group affiliated with the Al-Wefaq government, noting that the clashes had erupted in al-Ja`fara neighborhood after the killing of Hamid Bu Ja`far, nicknamed “the ram”, who is the brother of the leader of the Janzur militia by gunmen. Who is in the area.
The sources pointed out that the Janzur militia accused the Muhammad Fakar militia of the violent armed confrontations between them last Tuesday, indicating a state of anger and congestion in the midst of the militias demanding revenge.
It is noteworthy that “Ram” is a resident of Janzur, he is the brother of the commander of the militia “Knights of Janzur” and he calls “Mahmoud Abdel Hamid Muhammad Abu Jaafar”, nicknamed “Shaibah” and is considered close to the extremists of the Shura Councils and provides them with a safe haven in the city .
In turn, the United Nations Support Mission in Libya expressed deep concern about the recent clashes between criminal elements, including members of armed groups, in Janzour, a residential area of Tripoli.
The United Nations mission confirmed in a statement, on Saturday, that these clashes had terrorized the population and resulted in a number of deaths and injuries.
The UN mission condemned these reckless acts that endanger civilians directly while Tripoli began recovering from a 15-month siege, stressing the occurrence of these clashes, stressing the need for the national reconciliation government to move quickly towards effective security sector reform in conjunction with the disarmament, demobilization and reintegration of armed groups.