Foreign media: if the unrest in Libya does not end, the Islamic state may rise again

According to Al Jazeera television on August 9, a new study warns that if the long-term conflict in Libya does not end, “Islamic state” may rise again. < / P > < p > the report, released by the Institute of strategic studies at the U.S. Army War academy, says Isis is “restructuring, quietly expanding its capabilities, and is trying to establish itself in a criminal smuggling network linking sub Saharan Africa and the northern coast of Libya.”. Since the fall of Qaddafi regime in 2011, Libya has fallen into chaos and gradually divided into two camps: the Libyan national unity government recognized by the United Nations in the West and the National Army led by haftar in the East. < / P > < p > in May 2016, “Islamic state” was forcibly expelled from the coastal city of Sirte by the government of national unity. Subsequently, most of the activities of Isis were transferred to fezan in the southern desert area, and more and more involved in local human and illegal commodity trafficking. < / P > < p > research shows that the longer the turmoil lasts, the longer there is no unified central government to supervise the Islamic state, and the more likely the Islamic state will return on a large scale. 5g is coming, operators finally think of the big problem of “calling”

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