Libyan Islamic Fighting Group


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(51) OSC Report FEA20071104393586, "Al-Zawahiri, Al-Libi: Libyan Islamic Fighting Group Joins Al-Qa'ida," November 3, 2007.
In response to the protests the government has agreed to free a further 110 prisoners, members of the Libyan Islamic Fighting group.
By these words, Saif referred to the leadership of the Libyan Islamic Fighting Group (LIFG) in a conference on March 23, 2010, attended by Western ambassadors and guests to mark the release of LIFG leaders and discuss the major transformation of Libya's largest jihadi movement.
Al-Qaeda's affiliates are spreading to Africa, and one of the related gangs is the Libyan Islamic Fighting Group, a mainly exiled organisation which is also devoted to the overthrow of Col.
He is a member of a banned extremist organisation, the Libyan Islamic Fighting Group (LIFG), which is also allied to Al Qaida.
And the UN claim all three are part of the banned Libyan Islamic Fighting Group, a terror cell allied to al-Qaeda.
2 man, said the Libyan Islamic Fighting Group had now joined the QOIM.
The Metropolitan Police said Al Faqih, a Libyan national, was a former member of the Libyan Islamic Fighting Group, a group seeking to overthrow the Libyan government and replace it with a fundamentalist Islamic state.
Western officials earlier this year expected to see a similar merger between al-Qaeda and the Libyan Islamic Fighting Group, a mainly exiled organisation devoted to the overthrow of Qadhafi.
Following his arrest, he stood accused of being a member of the radical Libyan Islamic Fighting Group (LIFG).
Earlier this year, the US Treasury alleged Sanabel was a front for the Libyan Islamic Fighting Group, which is allegedly linked to al Qaida.
The United States Government has accused the Sanabel Relief Agency (SARA), which had a charity shop in Gresham Road, Middlesbrough, of helping bankroll the al-Qaida-linked Libyan Islamic Fighting Group (LIFG).
Libyan lawyer and politician Abdulhafith Ghouta said Friday in a telephone interview with Arab News from Cairo, where he resides, that Abedi "belongs to the Libyan Islamic Fighting Group (Al-Jama'a Al-Islamiyyah Al-Muqatilah bi-Libya), which is known for its ties to Qatar," and that the extent of Qatari support to the organization is no secret.
Before his arrest, Ramadan Abedi rejected claims he was a member of the Libyan Islamic Fighting Group, but added that he supports the organisation, which is banned in the UK.
Dad Ramadan Abedi, 50 - previously a member of the proscribed Libyan Islamic Fighting Group - is also still being questioned after being arrested in Tripoli.