Global Post quotes Rafik Hariri Center Nonresident Fellow Mohamed Eljarh on the areas under ISIS control in Libya:

“We have seen pictures of [IS morality police] telling people who sell perfumes not to sell it anymore, taking mannequins out of shop windows and telling hairdressers to shut down,” says Mohamed Eljarh, non-resident fellow with the Rafik Hariri Center based in the Libyan city of Tobruk.

El-Jarh adds that there have been reports of members of the Interior Ministry repenting to IS.


“Within Misrata there are voices that are increasingly saying we should end the war against each other,” says Eljarh, “Misrata is under threat from IS.”

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