The Libyan Mufti, Sheikh Al-Sadiq Al-Gharyani, called on Libyans to get rid of negativity, saying that it was what let the February revolution go astray, adding in answering a question on his weekly program on Tanasuh TV on Wednesday that Libyans should expel the United Nations Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL) that has been "staying in the country for eight years without making any progress." 

The Libyan Mufti added that when people revolted to support truth during the revolution in 2011, the country was a significant state, and it was not controlled by a UN envoy or a security council, explaining that when the people returned to their homes, "the criminals and foreign agent politicians began to control their fate, and handed the country over to their enemy."

The Mufti indicated that “the UN envoy Abdoulaye Bathily presents "a play every month at the Security Council, and tells the same story and the same news. One time he says that Haftar said such and such, and another time Aqila Saleh said that, then he would go for another month and return with the same words."

Mufti Al-Gharyani also urged Libyans to go to public squares in thousands to stop corruption and bring about change, as happened during the February 2011 revolution, saying, “If you do that for one month, you will see what will happen.”