The Libyan capital has witnessed bloody clashes between the militias, which share areas of influence in Tripoli since late last month before the adoption of a truce sponsored by the United Nations last Tuesday.
Experts said in a press statement that Doha seeks to create chaos in the capital in an attempt to force the militias to line up for against the national army to liberate Tripoli, but they stressed that the bet is a losing one.
Professor of International Law, Mohamed Zubaida, said that the recent events in the Libyan capital of Tripoli, planned by Qatar and Turkey, to pave the way for “Al-Bonyan Al-Marsous" forces in the city of "Misrata" to take over the administration of Tripoli.
Zubaida said that the truce signed last Tuesday with the conflicting parties under the auspices of the United Nations will not last long, and that regional forces that control the events behind the scenes want the "seventh brigade" to retreat to its sites prior to 28 August to allow “Al-Bonyan Al-Marsous" to enter and control the capital.
Political researcher in the Libyan affairs, Ibrahim Belkacem, stated that the events of Tripoli are driven by hands greater than the capabilities of dwarf countries such as Qatar and Turkey, pointing out that there are Western forces seeking to impose their control over the resources and assets of the Libyan people, and still consider Libya to be their colonial heritage.