Libya army captures notorious terrorist
The Libyan National Army has reportedly captured Egyptian terrorist Mohammed al-Senbekhti (also known as Abu Khaled Mounir), who is believed to have been the mastermind behind the 2016 and 2017 church bombings in Egypt.
He is also believed to have participated in the attack against Coptic Christians in 2017 as they traveled to St. Samuel Monastery, International Christian Concern reports.
He was caught in Tripoli and deported to Benghazi. These attacks were claimed by the Islamic State, but it is worth noting that reports regarding Senbekhti’s capture state that he was caught while fighting among troops supported by Turkey in Libya.