Major General Ahmed al-Mesmari, a spokesman for the Libyan army, on Wednesday, that Strikes by the Armed Forces Terrorist militias have suffered heavy casualties in recent days. Al-Mesmari told a news conference on Wednesday evening that Libyan forces repelled an attack by terrorist groups that tried to target Tripoli airport immediately after the truce but were defeated, he said, adding that the army was continuing its battle to free Tripoli from terrorist militias. Al-Mesmari explained that the armed forces are committed to the humanitarian truce declared during Eid al-Adha, while the militias of the Fayez al-Sarraj terrorist government have penetrated it more than once. Regarding the terrorist attack in Benghazi last Saturday, which targeted UNMIS staff, al-Mesmari said that those behind it are the Grand Mufti of the terrorist groups, Sadiq al-Gharyani, who issued a statement to expiate the UN mission. He pointed out that the takfir in the jurisprudence of the Muslim Brotherhood and terrorist groups is a signal to terrorist organizations to carry out their operations, stressing that the bombing of Benghazi is masterminded by Sadiq Ghariani, Abdul Hakim Belhadj, leader of the fighting group and a number of terrorists fleeing in Turkey. The Libyan National Army spokesman explained that the reason behind the bombing was the fear of terrorist militias and their leaders of the stability of the members of the UN mission in the city and thus show that the city of Benghazi is not safe. On the other hand, Masmari praised the security role played by the Directorate of Security of Jabal Al-Akhdar in the collection of weapons and explosives from citizens, stressing that the military area of \u200b\u200bTobruk patrol the desert to secure the eastern border and send troops to support the fronts in Tripoli. Regarding the ongoing operations in southern Libya, al-Mesmari said that the army forces are engaged in fierce battles with terrorist organizations, gangs and mercenaries allied with the government of al-Sarraj to purge them, pointing out that the operations continue and extend to the common border with Chad and Niger. He also noted that the army was able to secure reconnaissance points in the city of Kufra, southeast of Libya.