Muslim terrorist wanted for murder of US ambassador in Benghazi eliminated in Tripoli
Muslim terrorist “Mohamed Mohamed Mahmoud Ben Dardaf” (aka al-Babour) was eliminated inside an armored vehicle after being hit by a missile in the Tripoli International Airport Road in Libya.
Ben Dardaf was mourned by several accounts on Facebook close to Ansar al-Sharia terror group, as well as a number of fellow terrorists who fled from Benghazi to Misurata.
The so-called “Al-Wefaq Battalion”, which was recently founded by several former terrorists of the “Benghazi Revolutionaries Shura Council”, also announced the elimination of al-Babour.
Earlier this year, the US military prosecutor announced in a press conference a list of the names of a number of wanted terrorists involved in the case of the murder of the US ambassador in Benghazi on September 11, 2012. Ben Dardaf was among those wanted.
The news of his assassination was published by Zakaria al-Fakhri and Ali al-Rishi, two Muslim terrorists who fled Benghazi.
His uncle Wissam al-Zaidi, is a convicted terrorist and one of the founders of the Ansar al-Sharia terror group in Sirte.
The attack in the US diplomatic mission in Benghazi on September 11, 2012, was a national tragedy. Four Americans, including Ambassador Christopher Stevens, were murdered by Muslim terrorists in an attack that could have been prevented if the US government had taken more precautions.
Immediately afterward, U.S. intelligence officials, the Obama Administration, and Hillary Clinton lied to the American people about the nature of and reasons for the 2012 terror attack, saying that the attack grew out of a nearby mob that was protesting an anti-Islam film, ‘The Innocence of Muslims’.
This conclusion, the CIA later decided, was wrong: the people said to be protesters were actually a loose group of Muslim terrorists who had shown up at the mission in order to carry out a terror attack.