The battle of Karama to liberate the Libyan capital, Tripoli, is no longer the preserve of the Libyan National Army alone, but rather the issue of every free Libyan who refuses to set foot in the Turkish colonial soil of his country.
With the announcement of the Commander-in-Chief of the Libyan Army, Field Marshal Khalifa Haftar al-Nafeer, and comprehensive public mobilization, in order to confront the Turkish invasion of his country, it became obligatory for a man and a woman to join the battle of dignity. These are the rights of the homelands.
The Libyan army seemed to have been ready for this battle. Its ranks were not shaken by the decisions of Al-Othmani. Rather, he stepped up his life for every opportunity that the enemy would suffer, as his air defenses managed, at dawn on Saturday, to shoot down a Turkish plane south of the capital, Tripoli. This is the second Turkish march toppled by the Libyan Air Force in less than two days, bringing Erdogan’s losses from the drones to thirty, since his participation in supporting the traitor Fayez al-Sarraj.
Meanwhile, the Libyan army launched air strikes and bombed intensively on a number of Al-Wefaq militia locations in all axes of the capital, Tripoli, targeting storage sites for weapons, ammunition, and vehicles, as well as a bus that was carrying a number of gunmen from the Syrian nationality, and transported them from the Maitika military base To other sites.
This would be the first success of the Libyan army, which pledged to bury the new Ottomans in the desert and paths of his country