Libyan Leader Lands in Israel
By Micah Halpern
Wednesday November 10, 2021
This is one of the many ways that international diplomacy is brokered.
The son of a Libyan warlord, the man expected to win the upcoming national presidential elections scheduled for December, landed in Israel for secret meetings.
According to reports, Saddam’s plane landed at Ben Gurion airport. It remained on the tarmac for 90 minutes. No one got off the plane. But several Israeli leaders did board the plane and spoke to Haftar. It is not clear who exactly came to the meetings.
The son was delivering a message from his father. The message was that Libya is interested in normalizing ties with Israel in exchange for Israeli help in the diplomatic sphere, the technical sphere and the computer sphere. Libya seems to want to join with Israel in the style of the Abraham accords, in line with UAE, Bahrain and Morocco.
And then the plane took off and headed home.
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