By Walid Shoebat
According to multiple Arabic sources, it has been learned that a Libyan intelligence envoy has made a trip to Cairo, Egypt. Security sources revealed that the visit of the Libyan intelligence chief Salem Al-Nahasi, who arrived in Cairo on Saturday evening, comes within the framework of coordination and exchange of information, documents and positions between Egypt and Saudi Arabia, Libya, especially regarding the status of the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt.
Al-Hahasi is said to have visited with his Egyptian counterparts, via Akhbar-Elwatan:
They arrived in Egypt, coming on a private plane from Medina, in a two-day visit during which he will meet with a number of Egyptian officials, headed by Egyptian intelligence chief and interior minister and director of the National Security Agency, Major General Khaled Tharwat.
The sources revealed that Salem Al-Nahasi carried with him to Egypt, evidence and documents that involves the leaders of the Guidance Bureau and especially Mohamed Morsi and Mahmoud Ezzat, deputy leader Essam and Jihad Al-Haddad in the assassination of U.S. diplomats in Libya. Al-Nahasi also reportedly carried with him, details about the investigation, including information and documents that reveal the role of Khairat Al-Shater (the Muslim Brotherhood candidate for president in Egypt prior to Mursi) in the smuggling of arms deals to Egypt.
Via New Elfagr:
The sources said that the Saudi authorities in a meeting with Al-Nahasi alluded to the growing dissent of the Muslim Brotherhood in Libya, but stressed on its support for the Libyan authorities provided support and endorsement of the Egyptian revolution and abandon support for the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt and not to get involved in demanding Egypt to accept mediating in the case of the removed leader in addition to helping Egyptian security authorities to stop the smuggling of arms into the country across the border with Libya.
The arrival of Salem Al-Nahasi in Egypt was on a private plane from Medina, in a two-day visit during which he will meet with a number of Egyptian officials, headed by Egyptian intelligence chief and interior minister and director of the National Security Agency, Major General Khaled Tharwat.
This entry has also been cross-posted as Addendum B in our post, Ironclad: Egypt Involved in Benghazi Attacks.
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