Sabratha Military Council has promised to mobilize its forces to defend the city’s residents and their properties, vowing to exact legal prosecution on those who allow IS militants to get a roof over their heads in Sabratha as their plans to kill Libyans have unfolded.
In a statement on the American airstrike on a Sabrtah house filled with IS-linked militants, the Military Council reiterated rejection of any IS militias from any country in Libya, feeling sorry that some of the city’s residents have housed such terrorists, risking their neighbors’ lives for money.
“The Military Council fully supports the security department in Sabratha as well as the Libyan army in their fight against extremist groups.” The statement reads.
Similarly, Sabratha’s Mayor, Hussein Al-Dwadi, falsified, in a statement, the rumors about IS control of the city, pointing out that those terrorists were in Sabratha because they are moving from one place to another.
“Sabratha won’t be another Emirate or terror hub for the radicals and vandals, and we won’t let that happen under any circumstances.” Mayor Al-Dwadi concluded.