HRM views the Egyptian offensive against the Libyan civilians in Derna, which killed at least six civilians as a complete breach of the international convention where steps and supplementary rules for the protection of civilians in time of war were laid. Furthermore there is no indication that the launched air strike achieved its purpose in targeting militant bases belonging to what they described as terrorists when they attacked Derna and killed civilians in retaliation for the beheading in Serte.
HRM notes that the Egyptian authority's agreement with the Libyans offered legitimacy for the attack however the strike had taken place without mutual consent by the UN envoy in Libya. Therefore HRM considers the air strike conducted as a complete infringement of the ratified international law.
On these grounds HRM calls on all International Human Rights Organizations and the Arab League to interfere and end the offensives and protect the civilians in Libya and to call a meeting to take feasible steps and to discuss methods to support and help the traumatized civilians affected by the attacks.
Moreover HRM renews its calls on the Libyan authorities to immediately investigate the horrific executions of 21 Egyptian civilians beheaded by Da'esh (ISIS) and to locate and try the criminals for the aggressive and cold blooded killings of innocent civilians whose only dream was to improve their living standards,
HRM urges the UN and the international community to find a suitable technique to investigate the tragic accident and to call those responsible accountable for their crime. HRM added that if the issue is not dealt with as soon as possible more crimes against humanity will be committed and more innocent lives will be lost. It urges that no more military intervention take place since it will only make matters worse similar to that of Syria, Iraq and Libya.