The Libyan-American Alliance is set to launch a new legal initiative next Tuesday to condemn Khalifa Haftar, his son Saddam, and the commander of the Tariq bin Ziyad battalion, Omar Marajea, for allegedly committing war crimes and human rights violations since 2014. 

The initiative was presented to the Human Rights Committee at the U.S. Department of State, which will adjudicate the condemnation, according to the alliance's president, Essam Omeish, who spoke on Sunday. 

Omeish highlighted the effort to impose sanctions under the "Global Magnitsky Act," including asset freezes and bans on entering the United States. 

The Alliance is also pursuing Haftar in U.S. courts for his alleged responsibility in the bombing of a military college in Tripoli on January 4, 2020.