On the road linking Al-Jafra and the city of Sebha near the Al-Zeghan area, on Wednesday, June 21, 2023, an accident occurred, killing one person and injuring ten people, who were treated to the Sebha Medical Center.
The Libyans in general and the people of Fezzan in particular are accustomed to receiving such painful news. But what is remarkable this time is not the incident itself. Rather, the intensity of the explosion resulting from the accident, Where the intensity of the explosion caused the destruction of three cars, “as stated by eyewitnesses in a video recorded from the spot and published in the Libyan newspaper Al-Marsad,” In addition to the smashing of the windows of a number of cars, which were about 70 meters away from the accident site. It also caused a large crater in the middle of the road, which is a paved and rammed area, which indicates the intensity of the explosion. This raised questions about the reason that led to the explosion with such intensity. What is the nature of the materials carried by one of the cars that caused the accident?!
After the Libyan Center for Security and Military Studies investigated the background to the incident, It was concluded that one of the cars that caused the accident was loaded with explosive materials, including the Korneth guided missiles. This car set off from one of the areas surrounding Al-Jafra, specifically the Al-Shwerif area. Heading south as part of a deal to sell weapons to the Chadian opposition, which recently fought battles with the Chadian army. Part of these clashes was inside Libyan territory. This raises other questions, the most important of which is the extent to which some Libyan parties have been involved in sub-Saharan African conflicts, Chad and Sudan?!.
This reinforces the hypothesis that the Russian Wagner Group was involved in the killing of former Chadian President Idriss Deby. In battles with one of the spectrums of the Chadian opposition in mid-2021, As well as the support provided through the Libyan territories to the Sudanese Rapid Support Forces, led by General Muhammad Hamdan Dagalo, nicknamed “Hamidati”, Who is fighting battles against the Sudanese army.
June 25 , 2023
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