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Haftar urges Houn town’s residents to end civil disobedience to pull out mercenaries

A source from Houn town has confirmed that a delegation affiliated with warlord Khalifa Haftar’s militias has called on residents to end the ongoing civil disobedience in return for the departure of mercenaries.

The source added that the residents ended the four-day-long civil disobedience after receiving promises from senior leaders of Haftar’s militias vowing to grant them all their demands.

The source, who asked to remain unnamed, said the promises came in a meeting between a military delegation led by the Head of Moral Guidance of Haftar’s militias Khalid Al-Mahjoub and Houn’s elders.

“The delegation promised the elders and dignitaries of Houn to grant them all their demands, especially the departure of mercenaries and ending the presence of armed forces, in addition to bringing justice to all victims, especially the recent killing of Ayman Abu Gasisa.” The source added.

Residents from Houn staged a civil disobedience after the killing of Ayman Abu Gasisa, who is the victim number six of such murders by Haftar’s militias and foreign mercenaries.

The protesters stormed last Thursday into a building of Khalifa Haftar’s militias to urge for the departure of Russian Wagner Group and Sudanese Janjaweed mercenaries amid mounting attacks against the townspeople.

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