In February of 2011, armed men who identified themselves as Interior Security stormed the home of Fathi Tarbel, a courageous Libyan human rights campaigner. His wife and kids were left shocked as they were given no explanation to the reasons behind his arrest. When Abdullah Senussi, Intelligence chief and brother-in-law of Muammar Gaddafi ordered his arrest, he sparked unrest throughout Libya. This led to the end of Colonel Gaddafi’s controversial, merciless, 42-year regime.
However, having lived in a country where teamwork had always been discouraged, they failed to join together to create a larger single force. Various different militant organisations contributed towards the eventual destruction of the regime, some paid a higher price than others. Nonetheless they all claimed the right to leadership.
This created confrontation between the different militant groups: once power had been gained through use of violence, it proved a difficult habit to break.
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