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Jaysh al Islam, with thousands of trained fighters, is the biggest and seen as the most organized rebel group.
Before setting up Jaysh al Islam, Alloush had founded Liwa al-Islam, or the Brigade of Islam, with his father Abdallah, a Salafist Syrian cleric based in Saudi Arabia.
According to security forces four scouts of Toheed Al Islam were killed and two sustained severe injuries following a planted bomb explosion.
Sources said that hundreds of scouts of Toheed Al Islam were trying to counter a banned outfit Lashkar-e-Islam for last couple of month, and were targeting each other; moreover dozens of people have died and many have sustained injuries following the continuous clashes in the area.
They said Saif Al Islam and several bodyguards, but no other senior figures from the ousted administration, had been taken near the town of Obari by fighters based in the western mountain town of Zintan.
We have arrested Saif Al Islam Gaddafi in the Obari area," Justice Minister Mohammed al-Alagy told Reuters, adding that the 39-year-old who is wanted for crimes against humanity by the International Criminal Court at The Hague was not injured.
Describing life in Tripoli as 'normal and secure', Al Islam denied that the capital is the only city under the regime's control, adding that the current unrest created the possibility of civil war, and that there is no future for Libyans if no agreement is reached soon.
Saif Al Islam for this support which Libya gain more than 10 billion dollars.
Niger's determination to respect commitments and obligations to the International Criminal Court, ICC, and hand over former Libyan leader Muammar Al Qathafi's second son Seif Al Islam who is on the run if he tried to reach the country, may not go down too well with the nomad Tuaregs in the north of the West African nation.
Saif Al Islam Gaddafi, the fugitive son of Libya's toppled late leader, has told the International Criminal Court he is not guilty of alleged crimes against humanity, the court prosecutor said.
a Shaikh Mohammad and his entourage were received at the Tubruk air base by the chairman of the Gaddafi International Charity and Development Foundation, Saif Al Islam Gaddafi and a number of local officials.