The Libyan Islamic Sharia Research and Studies Center of the Fatwa House has issued a call for boycotting the United Arab Emirates (UAE).
Grand Mufti Sheikh Al-Sadiq Al-Gharyani said Libyans have the right to defend themselves from the UAE’s brutal air raids on civilians and infrastructure in Libya, urging the Libyan government to look for anti-UAE allies to curb its evil.
A group of armed students has closed the gates of Tobruk University in east Libya to protest a decision to appoint a new president for the university and dismiss the former one, Abdulaziz Bouhliqa.
Libya’s highest religious authority called on the public Thursday to take to the streets against military commander Khalifa Haftar’s campaign aimed at capturing the capital, Anadolu reports.
Libya’s top religious cleric Shaikh Sadiq Al-Gharyan said on Wednesday that Libyans should not take part in the UN-backed National Conference until they know the agenda and names of the attendees.
Libya is among the four largest importers of arms in the African continent, along with Algeria, Morocco, and Tunisia, which represent together 75% of the continent’s arms imports, according to the think tank Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI) annual report released Monday.
A report on the Libyan Muslim Brotherhood (LMB) concludes that the LMB had relatively little support from the Libyan people post Qaddafi.
Libyan Grand Mufti Sheikh Al-Sadiq Al-Gharyani called on all Libyans to support their brothers in Derna by all means within their capabilities and to declare civil disobedience if the shelling on the city does not stop.
Since 2014, European citizens have been engaged in an intensifying discussion about migration. This is the result of an unprecedented increase in the number of refugees and other migrants entering Europe, many of them fleeing protracted conflicts in Africa and the Middle East, particularly the war in Syria. The phenomenon …
As Libya’s war economy persists, prospects for the restoration of functioning central governance become more distant, concluded a Chatham House report published today.