Conciliation needed in Tripoli

Arab Millennial would like to express its condolences to the families of those who died during the clashes in Tripoli, Libya. We condemn such acts of violence and call for the parties involved to stop fighting and commence negotiations. This is in the interest of the entire nation.

We stand against all unofficial parties, armed and unarmed, who are currently playing parts in Libya’s political, economic, and security stages.

Whilst we are critical of both past and present regimes in Libya, we support the rule of law and order and condemn any party that tries to stand in face of achieving that.





Progress cannot be achieved efficiently without order and stability; and as an organisation, we strive to achieve progress across the Arab World, and for Arab diaspora living outside the Arab World.

If you have been affected by recent events in Libya, feel free to contact me at [email protected], and I will be sure to point you in the right direction in terms of getting relevant support.

May peace prevail in Libya, and everywhere else.

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