A Libyan terrorist group named Libyan Dawn has reportedly stolen almost a dozen commercial jets from a Libyan airport. Check it out…
Libyan terrorists have posted pictures online of themselves posing with some of the aeroplanes taken from Tripoli airport after they seized it last month.
Soldiers from the group Libyan Dawn can be seen climbing on to the wings of the commercial jets while smiling and waving for the camera.
U.S. officials fear that these aeroplanes could now be used to carry out 9/11-style attacks in the region on the anniversary of the tragedy this month.
A total of 11 commercial jets from two state-owned airlines went missing in August after militants from the so-called ‘masked men brigade’ overran the airport in the Libyan capital.
‘There are a number of commercial airliners in Libya that are missing,’ one official told the Washington Free-Beacon. ‘We found out on September 11 what can happen with hijacked planes.’
Officials have been warning for some time about the deteriorating situation in Libya, which was controlled by dictator Muammar Gaddaffi until he was killed in October 2011.
Read more: Daily Mail
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