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In both cases, the Western left mistakenly prioritized its anti-imperialist principles over its internationalist duty to aid these revolutions by When the going got tough and the F-16s got going over Libya, the revolution’s fairweather friends in the West disowned it, claiming it had been hijacked by NATO.But asked if he should apologise, the source said only: 'That's a matter for him.' Despite a backlash, he doubled down on the comments in a late-night Twitter rant by insisting he was making a serious point about ISIS fighters making it tougher to clear areas by laying booby traps.But several Tory MPs have demanded the Foreign Secretary is sacked for making the crass joke.He said: 'Shame people with no knowledge or understanding of Libya want to play politics with the appallingly dangerous reality in Sirte.'The reality there is that the clearing of corpses of Daesh fighters has been made much more difficult by IEDs and booby traps.'That's why Britain is playing a key role in reconstruction and why I have visited Libya twice this year in support.' Ms Allen's intervention came before the Foreign Secretary's clarification. Damian Green, the First Secretary of State and Mrs May's de facto number two, today said Mr Johnson's language was not 'sensitive'.But, in a round of broadcast interviews, he said the Foreign Secretary was a genuine expert on Libya after his recent visit.