Terrorist Abou Bara alive, adopted the attack on Tigentourine
Investigations that were initiated by the concerned departments about the identity of the terrorists, who were arrested in the aftermath of the military operation, which was launched by the services of National People's Army in coordination with joint security forces, for the liberation of nationals who were detained by the terrorist group that attacked the base of gas Tigentourine, last Wednesday, have uncovered that two Algerians and Tunisian, the first is the vie leader called "Abou Baraa", which everyone thought he was among terrorist elements who were eliminated, and proved that Abu Abderrahman from Niger was the eliminated leader, and the second is nicknamed Radwan, in addition to the named Abou Talha, a Tunisian terrorist.
According to Echorouk reliable sources on Monday, "Abou Baraa", whose real name is "Darwiche Abdelkader" from Tiaret (western Algeria), and was arrested but did not die contrary to what has been said, on the elimination of the masterminds and perpetrators of the assault, as investigation is continuing with the two terrorists, who were also arrested, and according to the same sources, the named" Radwan "was born in 1992 in Adrar, and the third is a Tunisian named Abou Talha at the age of 33.
According to terrorists' statements, the terrorist group entered from Libya via the paved road, on board of four cars of the type "V 8" and "V 6", without numbering and without documents, as initial investigations have shown that it is a Libyan, and then the group split into two teams, the first targeted the base life and the second went to the refinery gas, the first led by "Abu Bara" and the second led by Abu Abderrahman from Niger, and was agreed to collect the hostages in the factory and mine their bodies, before blowing them, after that Mokhtar Belmokhtar, leader of "Al Moulathamoune battalion "masked men" carried out operations to negotiate with security services, as terrorists believed that they can pressurize the Algerian authorities, through abducting foreign hostages, and the economic losses that could have resulted from bombing the factory, as terrorists said that they were waiting to take them with terrorists, whether by land or by aircraft under compromising on the lives of foreign hostages.
"Abu Bara", who was leading the operation for the transfer of foreign nationals to the factory, but it clashed with the army which blew up the car, and foiled the whole plan through incessant shelling in parallel with the liberalization of the nationals.
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