Stop. According to the Algerian Ministry of Defence, Benkaya Ibrahim surrendered to the Kuomintang soldiers in Borj Bagji Mokhtar, a town on the border with Mali.
«DIn the fight against terrorism […], The terrorist known as “Ibrahim Biblic” surrendered to the military authorities of Bordj Badji Mokhtar on April 14 (Wednesday). The Sahel”. Since the beginning of this year, he is the fifth Algerian jihadist to surrender to the city authorities. He handed the soldiers two Kalashnikovs and ammunition.
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In addition, the Algerian army claimed to have arrested the “Six Elements of Supporting Terrorist Organizations” in Djelfa in the central part of the country in an operation carried out from April 7 to 13. The authorities use the term “terrorist” to refer to armed Islamists who have been active since the Civil War (1992-2002). The National People’s Army (ANP) has been strengthening its “counter-terrorism” operations across the country for several months.Start from 1Yes According to the Ministry of Defense, in January, eight armed Islamists were killed in clashes with soldiers. Three soldiers were killed.
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Although the “Peace and Reconciliation Charter” was implemented in 2005, which is expected to reverse the “Black Decade” (1992-2002) and kill 200,000 people, armed Islamic groups are still active, especially in eastern Algeria. The security forces are usually targeted. ANP stated in its 2020 counter-terrorism report that 37 jihadists have “undermined national security” and 21 of them have been “shot killed.” She captured nine other people who had surrendered to the military authorities. In contrast, it has eliminated 15 armed Islamists in 2019. According to official media reports, the army will thwart a plan in December to redeploy Al-Qaida, a jihadist organization in the Islamic Maghreb (Aqmi), after the death of its leader, in Mali in June. The north was killed by the French armed forces.
The Algerian army condemns the “deal” for the release of the hostages in Mali