U.N. ID’s Egyptian Terror network in Benghazi Attack

The United Nations Security Council has named Muhammad Jamal Abdo Al-Kashif and his Jamal Network as being involved in the attacks on U.S. installations in Benghazi on 9/11/12. It further acknowledges Al-Kashif’s connection to Al-Qaeda’s number one, Ayman al-Zawahiri, who is reported to have worked with former Egyptian president Mohammed Mursi to establish terrorist camps in the Sinai and along the Egyptian / Libyan border.

Al-Kashif: Benghazi suspect in Egyptian jail (shouts while holding photo of bin Laden)

Al-Kashif: Benghazi suspect in Egyptian jail (shouts while holding photo of bin Laden)

We introduce this U.N. document as EXHIBIT AH of our “Ironclad” Report.

Via UN.org (h/t LWJ), here is what is written about Al-Kashif:

Former top military commander of the Egyptian Islamic Jihad (QE.A.3.01). Since 2011, established Muhammad Jamal Network (MJN) (QE.M.136.13) and terrorist training camps in Egypt and Libya. Conducted MJN’s terrorist activities with support from Al-Qaida in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) (QE.A.129.10). Reported to be involved in the attack on the United States Mission in Benghazi, Libya, on 11 Sep. 2012. Headed Nasr City terrorist cell in Egypt in 2012. Linked to Aiman al-Zawahiri (QI.A.6.01) {emphasis ours}

Let’s view this EXHIBT AH, EXHIBT AG, and Addendum N together.

EXHIBT AH: U.N. acknowledges that Al-Kashif, an Egyptian with ties to al-Qaeda’s number one, Ayman al-Zawahiri, was likely involved in the Benghazi attacks.

EXHIBIT AG: U.S. officials, to include the chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, acknowledge for the first time that at least two individuals from “Al-Qaeda core” (Al-Zawahiri’s base) were involved in the Benghazi attacks.

Addendum N: Reports of recorded phone conversations between then Egyptian president Mohammed Mursi and Ayman al-Zawahiri to coordinate the release of Jihadi terrorists in order to form terror camps in Sinai and along the Egyptian / Libyan border.

Taken together, these would seem to implicate Mursi even further in the Benghazi attacks.

As the LWJ article points out, while the U.S. State Department recently identified Al-Kashif and his Jamal Network as being terrorist entities, they were not identified as suspects in the Benghazi attacks (EXHIBIT AF) and Al-Kashif was not identified as being part of the Nasr City cell that was broken up in October of 2012.

There are two possible reasons for such omissions being made by State. If al-Zawahiri is the connection between Al-Kashif and Mursi, the U.S. State Department might not want this known. Second, by acknowledging that Al-Kashif was part of the Nasr City cell, State would have to acknowledge Al-Kashif’s subsequent arrest, which would also mean that an Egyptian with ties to Ayman al-Zawahiri and the Muslim Brotherhood who is also a suspect in the Benghazi attacks, is also locked up and no longer on the run.

Calling attention to the fact that Egypt has a Benghazi suspect jailed could increase demands from the American public that the FBI have access to Al-Kashif.

What he might reveal could be beyond explosive:

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