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Manchester terrorist Salman Abedi’s father receiving treatments in Turkey at the expense of Libyan Government

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Manchester terrorist Salman Abedi’s father receiving treatments in Turkey at the expense of Libyan Government

Ramadan Abedi, the father of the Manchester Arena suicide bomber Salman Abedi, who was arrested in Libya following the terror attack which killed 22 people during the concert of Ariana Grande, is receiving medical aid in Istanbul. Abedi’s father was arrested in Libya alongside his youngest son, Hashem, in the wake of the 2017 bombing. While Hashem was successfully extradited to Britain to stand trial, Ramadan was released by the Special Deterrence Force, an Islamic militia aligned with the Interior Minister of Tripoli-based government. Last week, Hashem, 22, was found guilty of helping older brother, Salman, murder 22 people and injured hundreds of others.

According to The Daily Telegraph, Ramadan Abedi has been regularly visiting the Turkish capital for treatment and the Libyan Government of National Accord is paying for his treatments as he previously worked for the Public sector. British police still want to speak to Ramadan Abedi. It must be said that the Abedi family fled Libya and the regime of Col Muammar Qaddafi in the 1990s but returned during the 2011 revolution as many other terrorists did. Mr. Abedi has also been accused of being a member of the Libyan Islamic Fighting Group, that was labeled a terrorist group by a number of countries, which members are today fighting against the Libyan National Army (LNA) along other terrorist organizations backed by Muslim Brotherhood’s leader Recep Tayyip Erdogan.

Turkey has become notorious as a safe haven for controversial Libyan figures such as the former head of the LIFG, Abdul Hakim Belhaj and Salah Badi, a polarising militia leader who has been sanctioned by the UN for undermining Libya’s political progress. Many other Tripoli’s militias leader finds Turkish hospitality after detracting millions of dollars from the resources of the Libyan people with the complicity of GNA’s state actors. Recently Turkey has also sent thousands of Syrian mercenaries to western Libya to fight against the legitimate armed forces of eastern commander Field Marshal Khalifa Haftar. The latter launched an offensive last April to liberate western Libya from terror organizations and criminal gangs. President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has admitted to sending Turkish soldiers and weapons to Libya on demand of the Tripoli government despite the UN resolutions embargo.

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