The head of Libya's Presidential Council, Fayez Al-Sarraj, condemned what he called "inflammatory rhetoric, which is used by participants in talk shows on satellite channels broadcast from outside the country."
Al-Sarraj confirmed, in a statement to the Presidential Council today, that he is keen on national unity and commitment to the values and morals of the Libyan Muslim community, which rejects any use of the media and its channels to stir discord, incite violence, expose innocent people, and offend public modesty.
The statement added, "we reject and condemn all inappropriate and irresponsible speech that affects any city, region, tribe or component of the generous Libyan people." He added, "we also reject and we will face any conspiracy to divide Libya and any attempt to sow discord and spread hatred among the people."
In the end, the statement held those who embraced the discourse of incitement to violence and hatred legal responsibility.