By Ashraf Abdul-Wahab.
Tripoli, 17 November 2013:
Historic divisions between the people of Wirshifana and Zawia appear to have been put aside, at . . .[restrict]least temporarily, following the Bloody Friday massacre in Gharghour.
In the wake of the carnage, elders from both communities met on Saturday to investigate ways of jointly sending help to Tripoli.
Those present at the meeting agreed to send military support to Tajoura to help combat any attack on the capital by Misratan forces.
It is the first time since the 17 February Revolution that both sides have come together and agreed on something.
On the contrary, in the two years since the revolution ended there have been numerous deadly clashes between them.
In Bani Walid too, residents gathered to donate blood following the massacre. [/restrict]