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Algeria attack may have link to Libya





zaxacongrejo
The terrorists who attacked the In the gas complex in Algeria appear to have come from Libya.
It looks like their groups were made from people from several countries and races trained in Libya.
French Intel claims that the group was made from Egyptians, Tunisians, Libyans, and Malians.
The attack was lead from a well known terrorist ,Abou al-Barra, a jihadist who had previously belonged to the group that later became al Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb. Also known at the zone and western intel services for Malboro man,it looks like al Qaeda as now camps spread all over the north Africa ,and at least three camps include jihadists from Algeria, Morocco, Mauritania and Mali as well as ethnic Tuaregs, and is highly possible that these camps were connected to the attack of the gas station. It looks like several countries are well infected by now and their leaders terrorist leaders keep threatening Europe with suicidal attacks

In your opinion what should the world do in this case?
Will Europe suffer economically because of this?
Should Europe and the USA aloud groups like this to disturb our peace?
handfleisch
If you're going to make such a charge you must provide your source of information. Otherwise this is just the spreading of an ugly and dangerous rumor.
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