Tripoli residents take to public squares saying no to Haftar’s war on their city
Thousands of people too to the Martyrs Square in downtown Tripoli on Friday afternoon denouncing and condemning Khalifa Haftar and his attack on their city, holding slogans that urges the international community to punish him for it.
Tripoli residents flocked to the public square at a time heavy clashes were raging on in southern Tripoli areas like Wadi Rabea and Ain Zara.
The residents denounced the Saudi Arabia, UAE, and France’s intervention in Libya and support for Haftar’s war on Tripoli, holding slogans calling on those countries to take hands off Libya.
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