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June 28, 2022

Gaddafi ‘gave terrorists USD 28 M for revenge attacks’

Dr Ibrahim Quwaydir, a Libyan official who previously held the post of secretary general of the Arab Labor Organization, has revealed that approximately 148 of the late Muammar Gaddafi’s senior loyalists are in Egypt and can engage in clandestine political action against the Libyan revolution, Asharq Al-Awsat reported. This is particularly possible, he said, because, according to available information, it was highly likely that they were in possession of USD 10 bln of Libyan funds. Quwaydir said that before his death, Gaddafi ear­marked USD 28 M to a group of terrorists to carry out as­sassinations in Libya and ab­road under the motto of “revenge after the fall of the regime.”

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