The overthrow of Mubarak and Gaddafi, the smooch fest with genocidal Iran (and the stupidity of negotiating with them) and the knee capping of out ally Israel at this crucial juncture in history, will go down in history as most serious of international boondoggles of the Obama presidency
EXCLUSIVE: ISIS will carry out ‘9/11 in Europe within two years’ and fanatics are recruiting migrants in Libya with the promise of ‘white virgins’, claims Gaddafi’s exiled cousin and former Special Envoy
Exile: Ahmed Gaddaf Al-Dam, pictured in his apartment in Cairo, Egypt, told MailOnline that he believes ISIS will flood Europe with 500,000 migrants this year and among them will be jihadists bent on terror
- Ahmed Gaddaf al-Dam is most senior figurehead of deposed dictator’s clan
- Gaddafi’s former Special Envoy gave dramatic warning of the terror threat posed by ISIS in Libya, in an interview with MailOnline
- Claims terror group will flood Europe with 500,000 migrants this year
- Gaddaf al-Dam, exiled in Cairo, wants to hold a conference for all sides – including ISIS – to decide the future of the country
- He uses alarm over ISIS in a bid to gain influence in Libyan politics and allies claim he is tipped to be the chaotic country’s next leader
- Gaddaf al-Dam claims that third of population still support the Gaddafis
- Calls his dead cousin a ‘saint’, says Hillary Clinton should ‘return to the kitchen’ and that the UK leaders follow America ‘like a dog’
The Gaddafi clan’s most senior figurehead has warned of ‘a 9/11 in Europe within two years’, while claiming that ISIS forces in Libya are now recruiting migrants to their terror cause with promises of ‘white virgins’.
Ahmed Gaddaf al-Dam, Colonel Muammar Gaddafi’s cousin and former intelligence official, has professed that ‘not less than half a million’ migrants will set sail from Libya to European shores this year.
Among them, he claims, are thousands of terrorists, who will soon be running amok in Europe culminating in a terror strike on the same scale as the September 11th attacks.
Mr Gaddaf al-Dam, one of several high-profile regime figures who fled to Egypt during the 2011 revolution, gave an interview to MailOnline as the North African state descends into ever-worsening chaos and bloodshed.