Arab press: Libyan national pledges to return Tripoli, defeat Erdogan

​​​​​​​the National Army vowed to return the capital Tripoli to "the bosom of the homeland" and defeat the project of its Turkish ally Recep Tayyip Erdogan to divide the country.

On Friday morning, Arab press touched upon the dismantling of mercenaries belonging to Turkey's power station northwest of Syria, and the Libyan National Army pledged to return Tripoli to the bosom of the homeland.

Al-Sharq al-Awsat: The allies of Tahrir al-Sham are dismantling a power station in northwestern Syria

On the Syrian issue, Al-Sharq Al-Awsat newspaper said, "The Turkistan Islamic Party, an ally of Hayat Tahrir al-Sham HTS ( previously Jabhat al-Nusra), dismantled what remains of the largest power station in northern Syria to be sold to get money for funding, at a time when Turkish and Russian forces managed to operate a new joint patrol deep into the Aleppo-Lattakia International Road, to be the second in 3 days, after having previously failed in running 8 patrols that it carried out on the road to reach a distance beyond 3 kilometers.

The “Turkistan Islamic Party” dismantled the refrigeration unit at the Zeyzoun Thermal Power Station to generate electricity in the northwestern countryside of Hama and sold it to Turkish merchants in order to raise funds after its funding sources retreated recently, and Syrian media reported, and the Russian agency “Sputnik” quoted a source A local in Hama countryside, that gunmen from the "Turkistan Islamic Party" had brought engineering machineries and equipment, yesterday morning, to the Zayzoun region, and began to dismantle the rest of the thermal power station to generate electricity, and the sources added that the dismantling process comes after the decline in funding for the party's militants in the region, who depended on to steal electrical unites, and agricultural crops for civilians and sell them to the Turks' merchants to make ends meet .

AL-Bayan: Conditional popular support for the Al-Kazemi government

As for Al-Bayan newspaper, it spoke about popular support for Al-Kazemi’s government and said, “The current data on the Iraqi scene indicates that the government of Designated Mustafa Al-Kazemi will have conditional support from demonstrators in Iraq, give up categorically rejecting“ temporarily ”, and give the government the opportunity to Al-Kazemi’s government, Midway, "while remaining in the position of monitoring the attempts of" failed blocs "to circumstances related to the economic crisis, and the outbreak of corona "pandemic.

Analysts affirm that the Iraqi street lost confidence in the political blocs, without exception, and that it agreed “compelled”, after the blood-stained public rejection of all its partisan candidates, but the demonstrators gave an opportunity to Al-Kazimi and set their conditions, which they would monitor, including the implementation of his promises to the demonstrators to bring the killers to justice, and the necessity paying attention to the reconstruction of the provinces, uncovering the fate of the disappeared, releasing the innocent, solving the problem of the displaced, and above all eliminating corruption.

Some of them are afraid of repeating the old scenarios and recreating the scene with new actors, not only in that. procrastination, and tricks to achieve their political goals were and still are the attributes inherent to those in charge of the political system in the country. In addition to the process of assigning Al-Kazemi, which came after a difficult labor, and the withdrawal of two candidates, they are Allawi and Al-Zurfi, according to the demonstrators, do not express a real will to alter the course of the political process and achieve the true demands that the protesters raised.

Al-Sharq al-Awsat: The Libyan National pledges to return Tripoli to the bosom of the homeland

On the Libyan issue, Al-Sharq Al-Awsat newspaper said, “The Libyan National Army, under the leadership of Field Marshal Khalifa Hiftar, pledged to return the capital, Tripoli, the HQ of Accord Government headed by Fayez al-Sarraj, to "the bosom of the nation” and defeat the project of its ally, Turkish President Recep Tayyip. Erdogan for "dividing the country", meanwhile, the UN mission called again to revive the stalled "Geneva" talks through a "virtual" round.

In a deliberate dropping of Erdogan's recent announcement that he expects "good and fresh news from Libya," Major General Ahmed al-Mismari, a spokesman for Hiftar and the "National Army", appeared at a press conference the evening of yesterday, as he considers Erdogan and his (mercenaries) loyal to him and the militias of the government al-Sarraj with "surprises that fail the division of Libya project."

And while the "National Army 134" battalion, charged with protecting and securing the (Aqabah Bin Nafi) Air Force base, said that a Libyan Red Crescent team "was unable to exhume all of the dead from the Turkish militia because of their abundance," Al-Mismari said that the forces of " The National Army »has competently managed to counter an attack by the pro-Turkish mercenaries, on the base, which caused great defeat and heavy losses.

Al-Mismari added, “We totally eliminated the enemy after being dragged into al-Watiyah region ... What we did today are good news for Erdogan and his allies, and they have to wait for more. National Army forces "fought a historic battle in which they killed dozens of militia from Erdogan's followers."



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