The Cairo Libyan conflict is limited to one observer in the Libyan conflict as a Turkish drone to change the United Nations-recognized Tripoli government's war equation.




The Arab Spring movements have moved the Middle East to demand an end to totalitarian regimes. Although they were not able to inflict lethal damage to the old Parodic power structures, they paved the way for regime change calls.


The Libyan civil war and Egypt's military coup, which overthrew its president and the country's first-democratically elected government in August 2013, are two of the most important products of the Arab Spring.

Egypt's military supremacist leader, Sardar Khalifa Haftar, supported the bloody Libyan civil war against the United Nations-recognized civilian-led government (General).

Egypt, like the richer states of the Gulf, has long been concerned about the empowerment of democratic rule in the Middle East, investing its political capitals with the likes of Haftar and Syria's Bashar al-Assad.

Recent developments in Libya, where Turkey has effectively deployed its newly developed drone technology in the service of legitimate Tripoli government, have unexpectedly altered the political equation against Harper's LNA. It destabilized Middle Eastern ancestors such as Egypt's Abdel Fattah al-Sisi.

Egyptian political analyst and journalist Hamza Jabba said, "Haftar and his allies succeeded in stopping the aggression of the legitimate government (Haftar), which began liberating Egypt, Saudi Arabia, and the rest of the country from military forces. The UAE is complete." Former representative of the Freedom and Justice Party, a division.

Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi (R), Mohammed bin Zayed (C), Abu Dhabi Crown Prince, and Libyan leaders Khalifa Hattar (L), and Mohammed Najib, have joined forces with the Egyptian army. On July 22, 2017, in the town of El Hammam on the North Coast of Marsa Matruh, Egypt.
Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi (R) Mohammed bin Zayed (C), Abu Dhabi Crown Prince and Libyan Sardar Khalifa Hattar (L), and Mohammed Najib arrived at the military base with members of the Egyptian army. July 22, 2017, in the city of El Hammam on the North Coast of Marsa Matruh, Egypt. (Credit: Egyptian Presidency / Reuters)

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