Al Mesmari: Qatar funded Jadhran with €11 million to attack the Oil Crescent

  • المتحدث باسم الجيش الليبي أحمد المسماري

The spokesman for the General Command of the Libyan National Army, Brigadier General Ahmad Al Mesmari, said that Qatar and Abdul Hakim Belhadj, paid the terrorist Ibrahim Jadhran €11 million to attack the Oil Crescent region north of the country.

This comes about four days after the Libyan National Army announced the targeting of a gathering of the militia linked to Jadhran in the fortress of Al Sadada, near the city of Bani Walid, about 200 km from Tripoli.

Al Mesmari said in a press statement that the army confiscated more than 26 cars, including 10 loaded with ammunition from the terrorist militias stationed in the Al Sadada, pointing out that the terrorist groups were a combination of Al Qaeda and the alliance and Chadian gangs.

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