Moroccan ISIS-affiliates leave Syria, Iraq for Libya – European security reports

The Address | Benghazi – Libya

LIBYA – Two European counterterrorism reports have reported the movement of Islamic state group fighters, including Moroccan nationals, leaving Syria and Iraq to lawless Libya.

Published by the European Center for Counterterrorism and France’s Center of Terrorism Analysis, the reports stress that fighters of the global terror group are fleeing Syria and Iraq, two hubs of the criminal group.

The fleeing affiliates include dozens of Moroccans, local Moroccan Arabic media Al Ahdath Al Maghribia reports.

At least 1,000 Moroccans have left the kingdom for hotbed conflict zones, mainly in Syria and Iraq.

The North Africa Post


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