Saturday, October 26, 2013

U.N. Benghazi report an inconvenient truth for Obama?

JERUSALEM – Is the State Department hiding the involvement in the Sept. 11, 2012, Benghazi attack of an Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood-linked terrorist group?
A new United Nations report ties perpetrators of the Benghazi attack to the Muhammad Jamal Network, or MJN.
The designation not only sanctions MJN’s assets but now allows President Obama to use a Bush-era military doctrine to capture Jamal terrorists overseas.
The State Department document designating MJN as terrorists does not mention the Benghazi attack.
This despite an October 2012 Wall Street Journal report that fighters affiliated with Jamal’s group participated in the Benghazi attack.
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Earlier this month, The Daily Beast quoted sources confirming MJN’s involvement at Benghazi.
Now a new U.N. Security Council resolution adds MJN to its list of sanctioned al-Qaida groups.
Unlike the State Department description, the U.N. resolution details MJN’s alleged involvement in the attack on the U.S. special mission and nearby CIA annex.
A U.N. narrative summary of the sanctions resolution reads: “Muhammad Jamal set up a training camp in Libya where Libyan and foreign violent extremists were trained. Some of the attackers of the U.S. Mission in Benghazi on 11 September 2012 have been identified as associates of Muhammad Jamal, and some of the Benghazi attackers reportedly trained at MJN camps in Libya.”


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