Khalifa Haftar’s militias commit summary execution in Derna

Khalifa Haftar’s militias commit summary execution in Derna

June 13, 2018 - 15:44
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Written By: AbdullahBenIbrahim

Two unarmed men in civilian clothes were brutally executed by militants of warlord Khalifa Haftar’s self-styled army in Derna.

A horrific video emerged online on Wednesday showing a group of militants beating, kicking and torturing the two men before killing them.

The two appeared to have been arrested driving a civilian car in one of the streets of the city.

In the video, the two were lying on the ground while the militants were torturing them. No arms were seized with both men.

A militant approached one of the men and shot him to the head at point-blank range. Another militant approached the other man and opened fire at him. Then the militants showered the dead bodies with a barrage of gunfire while other militants were cheering and chanting “Allah Akbar.”

Khalifa Haftar’s militants are notorious for committing heinous crimes against humanity. During their war in Benghazi several ISIS-style war crimes were committed by Saiqa field commander Mahmoud Al-Werfalli.




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