The Islamic State (IS) claimed duty for a automobile bombing within the Libya’s capital Tripoli on Saturday.
A automotive bomb exploded in Tripoli in front of the headquarters of the general Directorate for the safety of Diplomatic Missions, and not using a casualty, in line with a security official.
Col. Mubarak Abu Dhaheer, an professional of the Directorate of Al-Hassi’s executive in Tripoli, mentioned that unidentified males put a BMW car in front of the building and detonated it by remote keep an eye on, causing damages to the building.
Dhaheer described the explosion as a “prison act that objectives to destabilize the security and stability within the capital Tripoli, and to focus on police who give protection to diplomatic missions.”
After claiming duty for the explosion, the IS in Libya announced its intention to carry out similar attacks in a while.
The website online Manaber, the media outlet of the IS in Libya, revealed an image of what it described as “the state of Tripoli.”
The image was titled “targeting diplomatic security directorate headquarters with a automotive bomb, and the next is worse.”
because of safety considerations, most foreign diplomatic missions left the capital Tripoli because the forces of Libya dawn took regulate of the capital in August.