Retired general Khalifa Haftar has declared war against militants in Benghazi and several army units have joined him.
weeks in which at least four people were killed and power supplies disrupted. The situation remains especially chaotic in Benghazi, Libya's second largest city and cradle of the NATO backed uprising that toppled Muammar Gaddafi three years ago.
HAFTAR SLAMS QATAR, LAUDS EGYPT
The latest fighting in Libya comes less than two weeks before a parliamentary election that ordinary citizens hope will bring an end to the chronic political infighting that has paralysed decision making since the last vote in summer 2012.
Qatar has come under pressure from Gulf states such as Saudi Arabia, the UAE and Bahrain over its backing for the Muslim Brotherhood. All Under Armour Shoes Red And Blue three withdrew their ambassadors to Doha in March, causing an unprecedented public rift in the Gulf.
The security fears are particularly acute for Benghazi, home to several oil firms and the focus of Haftar's campaign.
Haftar's troops, backed by tanks and rocket launchers, attacked several suspected camps of Islamists in western areas of Benghazi on Sunday, forcing dozens of families to flee. War planes could also be heard circling above the city.
Haftar also accused Qatar of fueling Libya's chaos. "There is no doubt Qatar supports the militias in Libya," he said.
the 2011 uprising. In February, he stirred rumours of a coup by appearing in army uniform to call for a presidential committee to be formed to govern till an election. (Writing by Ulf Laessing; Editing by Gareth Jones)
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Benghazi and much of eastern Libya suffered power outages after rockets hit a power station near the city's airport, the state electricity firm said.
Separately, he told Arabiya television Qatar was hampering the formation of a national army and police force in Libya.
outside Benghazi, Haftar praised Egypt's new president, Abdel Fattah al Sisi, as the right man for the job. Egypt has cracked down hard on the Islamist Muslim Brotherhood, which Haftar on Sunday branded as an "international spy network".
Haftar told Saudi owned Arabiya television that his forces were being supported by Libya's neighbours to help secure the country's borders, according to the channel's website. He did not elaborate and he later issued a denial of any such support.
There has been speculation among analysts that Haftar has the support of neighbouring Egypt and of Gulf states such as the United Arab Emirates, which like the West is worried about Islamist militants exploiting the chaos in Libya.
Haftar's spokesman Mohamed El Hejazi said Haftar had warned the Islamists against shipping in arms via the commercial port of Derna, east of Benghazi. Derna is a focal point for Ansar al Sharia, a militant group designated as terrorist by the United States, and other insurgents.
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Western powers and Gulf countries fear that Islamists will turn Libya into a battlefield or transit point for fighters heading for conflict zones such as Egypt's Sinai, Syria or sub Saharan countries like Mali.
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