- Mahmoud Jibril was Libya’s interim prime minister when Gaddafi was killed
- Claims muddled policies have allowed ISIS to reduce the nation to anarchy
- He uses example of the 21 Coptic Christian’s beheaded on a beach by ISIS
Britain is helping turn Libya into a ‘cradle of terrorism’ exporting killers to Europe along with thousands of illegal migrants, one of the country’s senior politicians has warned.
Mahmoud Jibril was the interim prime minister when the dictator Muammar Gaddafi was killed in 2011, and is now head of the National Forces Alliance party.
The RAF and the French Airforce led bombing raids on Colonel Gaddafi, as Prime Minister David Cameron heralded a new dawn of democracy and stability in the North African state.
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