With a video dedicated to the Greeks, H. Haftar calls us “brothers” and dedicates us to the city of Cyrene in Libya which was one of the oldest Greek colonies.
Haftar is presented to us as opposing the official US backed Tripoli government which is closely tied to the Muslim Brotherhood, which is represented as Jihadist and extremist.
Below are Twitter based videos by Haftar, who is a longtime CIA asset and American citizen. He is also a very interesting person.
#ISIS has just broadcasted this video:— M.LNA (@LNA2019M) January 19, 2020
Claiming they speak from #Tripoli and calling all their brothers in #Tunisia to join the fight against the #LNA to rise the banner of the caliphate.
have come to cut of the heads of the non believer.#Libya @UNSMILibya #GNA @USAEmbassyLibya pic.twitter.com/9e0DIB33ew
It refers to past joint ties that will unite them in the future with the Libyans, and posted Wednesday night on the official LNA account.
Cyrene was founded in 630 BC. It was named after the Thirians, led by Vatos Aristotle, and was named after the source Cyrus, who was dedicated to the god Apollo.
Map Update.— M.LNA (@LNA2019M) January 7, 2020
📕Red= #HoR ( democratically elected parliament ) #LNA Libyan National Army.
📗Green = #GNA ( A coalition of #Islamist_extremists and #militia loyal to the #Muslim_Brotherhood )
📘Blue = local militia and gangs chased and hunted in the Sahara. pic.twitter.com/YMOAD9xwT9
It quickly developed and developed into a center of Greek culture in North Africa, and was also a major trading center. In the 3rd century BC, the city of Philosophy of Cyrene was founded by Aristippus, a pupil of Socrates.
By order of the democratically elected parliament #HoR the Libyan National army #LNA was rebuilt from 300 men fighting alqaida in2014 to +174.000 in 2020.— M.LNA (@LNA2019M) January 24, 2020
Only a democratically elected body can build a nation.#Libya #LNA #HoR #حفتر #ليبيا_مقبرة_العثمانيين #ليبيا pic.twitter.com/aRhRgHd80l
The city, located in the Jebel Akhdar valley, gave the eastern part of Libya the name Cyrene, which has remained until today. Cyrene has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1982.