The suffering of migrants in Libya: Italian mistakes and good General Haftar

What happened in detention centers in Libya was clear to everyone. "The conditions in which migrants, including minors, are held continue to be scary and we can not close one eye. The priority of our policy is to save lives" told me the spokeswoman of the European Commission for Foreign Affairs, Security and Humanitarian Aid when I tried to ask for explanations on what was happening in Libya exactly two months ago. But after Cnn service published last week in which the auction of migrant men and women in the North African country is documented, it is to be assumed that the EU has not only closed one eye, but both. United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, Zeid Raad al-Hussein, is of my same opinion attacking European and, above all, Italian politics in controlling migratory flows. No one can forget the satisfaction of Italian Interior Minister, Marco Minniti, for the agreements signed with Libyan generals with dirty hands of blood. Nobody has forgotten the encounter with "fantomatic" 40 Libyan tribes in Rome. Of these agreements and encounters, it has always been very little known, all happens always in secret and now the world suddenly understands why. After deaths of 50 migrants near coast of Sicily, words coming from  United Nations thunder and weigh like boulders. "The suffering of migrants in Libya is an outrage to the conscience of humanity," says High Commissioner al-Hussein. "The international community can not continue to close its eyes on the unimaginable horrors sustained by migrants in Libya and claim that the situation can only progress by improving detention conditions," he added. Last September, High Representative and deputy President of EU, Federica Mogherini, during her speech to the European Parliament's plenary session on migration, spoke about humanity and expressed European concerns about conditions in which migrants were detained. Last days EU asserted its determination for the "lager centers" to be closed. President of  European Parliament, Antonio Tajani, said in recent months: "What we saw in Libyahappening to refugees is absolutely unacceptable. So the official decision was taken: a European Parliamentary delegation will travel in Libya to test the situation.  Obviously, Italy take distance, we are all peacekeepers, missionaries and lenders of humanitarian missions, forgetting that millions of Africans who arrive in Europe run away risking their life, a bit for climate change, but the vast majority flee from those dictators and regimes with which West does business, negotiation, and arms sales. Speaking of Libya, we shouldn't forget the embargo of  United Nations that establishes the supply of arms from and to Libya since 2011. Why nobody say anything to Uae and Egypt that have provided weapons for millions of dollars to General Khalifa Haftar? Despite many allegations for war crimes and against humanity, General Haftar continues to be well-received by the international community - included his friends Israel, Jordan and UAE - for its role fight terrorism and for Libya's future stability. It's clear the intensification of alliance between Israel and the Sunni powers (Saudi Arabia, Gulf States, Egypt, etc). 
Israel has also many reasons to aiding Libyan strongman of Tobruk, first for the Israelian interest on oil resouces in Libya, second  Khalifa Haftar rule in the fight against Islamists.