Manchester bombing’s Libya roots: another mess Obama left for Trump
By Benny Avni
May 25, 2017 | 9:36pm
Members of the Libyan National Army, known as the forces loyal to Marshal Khalifa Haftar, clash with jihadists. AFP/Getty Images
After the Manchester bombing, can President Trump keep saying America has “no role” to play in Libya?
Libya keeps popping up in the investigation into the attack by British suicide bomber Salman Abedi, who killed at least 22 people and injured 59 at an Ariana Grande concert Monday night. Abedi spent the last three weeks of his life in Libya, his father’s birthplace, before returning to his native Manchester.
As Britain’s security forces dig deeper into Abedi’s ISIS connections, making additional arrests in England and Libya, one thing is clear: The country we helped rid of dictator Moammar Khadafy is a mess — which is just how the Islamist terrorists like it.
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Obama lived in an imaginary world, where America pretends it can ignore the messes left behind. It’s time to break out of that mindset while there’s still a chance to turn Libya around. First Trump must realize that the rear is no place for a leader.
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