British MPs blame Cameron for Libya debacle, rise of Daesh

British lawmakers have blamed former UK prime minister David Cameron for the unending crisis in Libya and the rise of the Daesh terrorist group there. 

In a damning report, MPs condemned Cameron’s military intervention in Libya in 2011 for lacking both “accurate intelligence” and a coherent strategy.

In March 2011, UK armed forces started military action against the Libyan regime after ruler Muammar Gaddafi resisted against the United Nations’ request to stop cracking down on Libyan anti-government protesters.

British warships were also in action in a naval blockade of Libya. The sources revealed that the Royal Navy’s HMS Westminster was among the ships engaged in the mission.

Around 20 French fighter jets also bombed the positions of forces loyal to the beleaguered Gaddafi.

In addition, US B-2 aircraft dropped forty-five 2,000-pound bombs on key Libyan cities, according to the Stop the War Coalition.

The result of the French, British and US…

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