The Transitional National Council affirms the Islamic identity of the Libyan People, its commitment to the moderate Islamic values, its full rejection to the extremist ideas and its commitment to combating them in all circumstances, and refuses the allegations aiming to associate al-Qaeda with the revolutionists in Libya.
It emphasizes that the danger of terrorism threatens all nations and it should not be associated with any religion, culture or ethnicity; and it affirms its strong condemnation and its commitment to combat terrorism in all its forms and manifestations, committed by whomever, wherever and for whatever purposes, as it constitutes one of the most serious threats to international peace and security.
It emphasizes also its full commitment to the implementation of the relevant Security Council resolutions on Counter-Terrorism, including the resolutions on the Sanctions concerning al-Qaeda and Taliban, with the full commitment to all measures and sanctions concerning any individual or entity associated with al-Qaeda and Taliban as determined by the Sanctions Committee.
It affirms its commitment to the implementation of the resolutions adopted by the General Assembly regarding measures to eradicate international Terrorism including the measures outlined in the United Nations Global Counter-Terrorism Strategy, and to work with Member States in the United Nations and international and regional organizations to the comprehensive implementation of the strategy, and to conclude the preparation of the comprehensive convention for the eradication of terrorism,
It pledges to work for the enhancement of the important role played by the United Nations, its committees and its task forces on Counter-Terrorism with a full cooperation, to join and commit to all international conventions and protocols relating to Counter-Terrorism, and to work on the legislative and executive levels for the application of provisions and measures contained in it.
Issued in Benghazi on 30 March 2011