Sunday, 25 September 2011

Al Qaeda's stolen Libyan weapons


In an interview with the Daily Telegraph, John Brennan, said he was worried about the number of machine guns and surface-to-air missiles that have gone missing during the Libyan revolution.

He said it was important to prevent them falling into the hands of al-Qaeda's North African branch, al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb (AQIM) which has "close relations" with the branches in Yemen and Pakistan.

The Daily Telegraph reported earlier this week that the Iranian Revolutionary Guard had also obtained missiles after dispatching agents to take advantage of a free-for-all in Libya.

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Gaddafi's Yellow cake stockpile

What other Gaddafi treasures have fallen into the wrong hands over the past 6 months with the 'mad dog' of war on the run looking for retribution against his European and American enemies?

Telegraph: Dumped in the dessert