Al-Mahjoub explained in a special statement to Hawar news agency ANHA, saying: “Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has set a plan to deploy ISIS organization in the western Libya, by bringing in terrorists from Iraq and Syria, belonging to ISIS mercenaries, and the Gray Wolves organization, which are classified as terrorist groups according to UN Security Council resolutions. ".
"The governor of al-Raqqa during ISIS domination, he planned to deploy in Libya
The Director of the Counselling Department in the Libyan National Army pointed out that "the terrorist organizations have held many meetings in the recent period, between ISIS Amirs and the Gray Wolves organization, to put plan to deploy ISIS in Libya," pointing out that "among the two groups was Fayez al-Aqal, the governor of al-Raqqa during the period ISIS took control of the area, and its siblings Khaled and Fadel, in addition to Mufni al-Kahl, responsible for arming ISIS on the western side of what they call the state of al-Raqqa.
"The most wanted people of the International Coalition"
Al-Mahjoub pointed out that "the meetings included Ismael Eido, the Turkish intelligence arm and a prominent leader in ISIS, who is wanted by International Coalition on the terrorism blacklist, and he was present in Syria, and fled to Turkey after the liberation of the Syrian city of Afrin by the Kurdish units."
"Whoever executed the Jordanian pilot Moaz al-Kasasbeh arrived in Libya"
The Director of the Counselling Department in the Libyan Army confirmed that the dangerous ISIS leader, Faysal Balo, who was described as the "Amir of the group" in the Syrian Girê Spi / Tal Abyad region, arrived in the Libyan territories from Turkey from among the extremist groups that Turkey sent to Libya, pointing to "Balo" was among 4 people who executed the Jordanian pilot Moaz al Kasasbeh by burning them in front of the eyes of the world.