By Saber Ayyub.
Tripoli 20 November 2015:
Despite the Wednesday’s peace deal between Tripoli militia leader Abdul Ghani Al-Kikli (“Ghneiwa”), there were again . . .[restrict]clashes last night between Misratan forces and “revolutionaries”.
The fighting, involving forces belonging to hardline Islamist Salah Al-Marghani and members of Misrata’s small Adiat Brigade, took place in Wadi Rabie area east of Tripoli International Airport.
The same area, where many self-proclaimed revolutionaries use local farms as their bases, saw clashes at the end of September between Misratans and forces loyal to Hatham Tajouri, leader of the Tripoli Revolutionaries Brigade.
Marghani, from Tarhouna but whose forces are based in Ain Zara, was one of 11 militia leaders who signed a statement published on Tuesday telling Misratan forces to leave Tripoli. Tajouri and Ghneiwa also signed it.
In yesterday’s clashes, according to local sources, Marghanis’s forces attacked the Misratan brigade, killing one of its men. He has been named as Abdulkarim Abubakr Ghazali. [/restrict]