Terrorist group- File Photo
CAIRO – 3 June 2017: The Libyan National Human Rights Commission has demanded the International Criminal Court open an international investigation into the involvement and financial and military support of Qatar for extremist terrorist groups and organizations in Libya, according to an article published Saturday by Saudi newspaper Alyoum.
The commission accused Qatar in a statement on Thursday of providing support to the Shura Council militia of the Al-Qaeda organization, The Benghazi Shura Council allied with the terrorist organization and the defense of Benghazi of Al-Qaeda and associated with the organization of the supporters of Islamic Sharia, according to the Libyan news agency.
The committee also said that these groups and councils which support extremist ideologies, have fought side by side with the Ansar al-Sharia terrorist organization in Benghazi and participated in the organization and assassinations of political , legal, human rights and media personalities, officers and soldiers in the army and police in the east of country.
The Libyan news agency quoted the committee as saying: “Qatar is at the forefront of countries that interfere in the internal affairs of Libya, and support conflict and armed conflict in the country by working to support factions of extremist armed political parties that encourage political violence.