The experts inquired whether it was an American message for supporting the Muslim Brotherhood and Islamists in Libya on the anniversary of the popular revolution that toppled the dictator Muammar Gaddafi.
They wondered whether the United States needed a platform like that of the Muslim Brotherhood, which is accused of supporting terrorism and extremism in Libya, in order to express its point of view on the anniversary of the Libyans’ revolution, or it is a supportive message from Ambassador Norland to the political Islam current, some of whose leaders are linked to supporting terrorism.
Some experts wondered if the United States and the Democratic Party have not understood the great imbalance in its support for the Islamists’ access to power in the Arab Spring countries after the revolutions, which contributed to the killing of U.S. ambassador in Benghazi, or Norland is leading an unbalanced policy away from the democratic administration.
They described the event as absurd from the ambassador and his embassy, having addressed his speech through the Muslim Brotherhood association instead of directing it through the embassy’s platforms on social media.
Activists say this kind of behavior encourages LMBG to claim that the US administration led by Joe Biden supports it in the internal Libyan conflict.