Libya’s delegate to the United Nations, Taher Al-Sunni, said that the terrorist attack in the city of Sabha confirms once again that the hotbeds of terrorism are still active.
The Africa News Portal quoted Al-Sunni as saying in a tweet on the social networking site “Twitter”: “The cowardly terrorist attack in the city of Sabha confirms once again that the hotbeds of terrorism are still active and exploiting the state of instability in Libya, and it did not and will not differentiate between any Libyan and Libya, or a current and another, or a region and a city… The goal will remain to try to break our resolve and destabilize the more we approach a state of hope and reconciliation.”
It is reported that, the director of Sabha security, Brigadier-General Sanusi Saleh, said that an investigation team was formed to investigate the bombing of ISIS, and targeted the Al-Mazeq junction point on the Sabha-Barak road. Move quickly to control ISIS gangs and sleeper cells there.
The terrorist bombing claimed the lives of two criminal investigation personnel in Sabha, while three others were wounded to varying degrees, one of whom was admitted to intensive care..
Sanusi Saleh said that a medium-sized transport vehicle rigged with an explosive device, driven by an unidentified person, exploded while the security personnel of the gate were near it..
The terrorist organization ISIS announced its responsibility for the operation that targeted the gate there.