Intelligence report: 140 Da'idia leave Iraq and Syria to Libya
10:22 - 03/05/2018
Information / Baghdad ..
The number of cadres of the organization "calling" the criminal in Libya from about 150 to about 800 cadres, including non-Arab nationalities, revealed the report of the Western intelligence report published on Thursday, pointing to the entry of 140 "Dadsia" from Iraq and Syria to Libya.
The report, published by the newspaper "Asharq Al-Awsat" and seen by the "information", "The large increase in this number took place during the past three months because of the arrival of extremists fleeing Syria and Iraq to Libya," pointing to "the spread of cells" dashing "in Tripoli and areas in North-west of Libya, and in the south. "
The report was prepared from within the Libyan territory «a group of local and foreign agents», and the period from 2016 to a week ago. It was overseen by a former military attaché of one of the European countries, who worked at his country's embassy during the reign of the late Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi.
The report monitored the movements and concentrations of cadres «urging» in different parts of Libya. It began in Sirte, a town in the north-east of the country, which the organization tried to transfer to its headquarters in 2015, but was expelled from it a year ago by a military operation called the "fortified structure".
The report pointed out that "the number of cadres" urging "who managed to get out of the city of Sirte before being surrounded by the forces of the" solid structure ", in early 2016, amounted to less than two hundred," noting that "the number of cadres fled" urged "from Sirte Just days before the announcement of its liberation, by the end of that year, by the forces of the Presidential Council, amounted to about 60 ".
The report spoke about the reasons for the increase in the number of cadres «Dahesh» in Libya, indicating that "due to the escape of dozens of them from the combat zones in Iraq and Syria, in recent months. He added that the entry of about 140 "Da'isia" from Iraq and Syria, in small groups, was monitored across the fragile southern border in Libya. Ending / 25