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Islamic State attack in Libya kills 3 security personnel
It added that government forces had “killed four members of Daesh (an Arabic term for IS) and destroyed their vehicle”.
It said a search was underway for other “terrorists” who had fled.
It said the jihadists were attempting to “undermine stability and terrorise civilians”.
IS had on Monday claimed it had attacked the same brigade in the same area a week earlier, killing two members.
The Umm al-Aranib Martyrs’ Brigade is largely made up of members of the long-marginalised Tubu ethnic group.
The Ministry of Interior says that a group affiliated with ISIS is moving in the southwestern region
to destabilize the security in the country.
In a statement, the ministry confirmed that an attack took place last Wednesday near Mount Asida, west of Qatroun.
"An armed group affiliated with ISIS attacked a patrol of the Umm al-Aranib Martyrs' Brigade of Haftar's forces,
killing three members of the force,"
the ministry confirmed, disclosing that the patrol members killed four of the terrorist group and destroyed their vehicles.
"Efforts are underway to pursue the remnants of the terrorists until they are
eliminated and to establish security control in the region."
The statement reads.
For its part, Qatrun Security Directorate said, on Thursday, that forces affiliated with Haftar
in collaboration with other battalions are carrying out a security sweep in the area.
It noted that the area extending from Qatrun to Jabal Asida was declared a military zone based on
instructions from the Joint Security Force Operations Room of the Qatrun Military Region.
They live either as herders and nomads or as farmers near oases.
Their society is clan-based, with each clan having certain oases, pastures and wells.
The Toubou are generally divided into two closely related groups: the Teda (or Téda, Toda) and the Dazagra
(or Dazaga, Dazagara, Daza).
They are believed to share a common origin and speak the Tebu languages, which are from the Saharan branch of
the Nilo-Saharan language family.
Tebu is divided further into two closely related languages, called Tedaga (Téda Toubou) and Dazaga (Dazaga Gouran).
The Teda of the Toubou live in the far north of Chad, around the borders of Libya and Niger and the Tibesti
people are found in northern Chad and part of eastern Niger and northwestern Sudan.
Of the two groups, found to the south of the Teda, are more numerous with a population of 1,500,000, while
the Teda number only 750,000.
( Redazione - Milano )
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