Terrorist recites his recruitment and training process in Libya



Thu, 01 Jun 2017 - 08:50 GMT


Thu, 01 Jun 2017 - 08:50 GMT

Monem Naguib – Screenshot from Al-Saiqa’s video

Monem Naguib – Screenshot from Al-Saiqa’s video

CAIRO – 1 June 2017: An Egyptian national arrested by Libya’s Special Forces (Al-Saiqa) during armed clashes in Benghazi confessed his involvement in moving weapons on behalf of terrorist organizations in Libya.

A video published on social media outlets by the media office of Libya’s Saiqa showed Yehia Abdel Monem Naguib speaking about operations to store weapons in Benghazi and names of the masterminds behind a set of attacks and bombings in Libya.

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He confessed how these organizations recruit their members and then send them to fight in certain countries such as Egypt, Mali, Algeria and Syria.

Naguib, who used to work in a sheep market in Bengazi, was contacted by a Libyan man called Fawzi al-Mushaiti who offered him large sums of money in exchange for storing and smuggling arms to Mali and Syria; an offer that Naguib could not refuse.

Naguib then started stashing weapons, ammunitions and explosives in underground chambers located in central Libya suburbs of Al-Quwarsha and Al-Hawari.

He further confessed that a Tunisian man called Abu Ayyadh al-Tunisi was responsible for the assembling of traps and explosives that the terrorist organization used in their operations. Moreover, he was responsible for smuggling explosives and weapons to Tunisia.

Naguib was arrested by Al-Saiqa forces while he was on his way to the city of Sirte to receive training on using weapons after he was tasked with engaging in combats as well.

During the interrogation, Naguib mentioned the name Faraj al-Faidi who was responsible for the bombings that targeted several police stations in Libya. Al-Faidi, according to Naguib, belongs to the Ansar al-Sharia organization.

He added that Yousef al-Mangoush, who was named chief of staff of the Libyan Ground Forces in 2013, was the man behind providing the group with weapons and had sent 100 equipped military vehicles to Mali.



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