By Ayman Amzein.
Benghazi, 25 November 2015:
Three more people were murdered in Ajdabiya today in one of its worst days of violence . . .[restrict]so far. They have been named as Ageela Sameen, Faiez Sardeena and Walid Shaari. they were shot in separate incidents. All were said to be involved in security and to be Salafists.
Sardeena was working for the town’s criminal investigation department, another member of which, Hamza Senussi, was murdered last week.
Shaari was killed first. The other two are reported to have been shot dead as they went to give their condolences to Shaari’s family.
The town, south of Benghazi has endured a spate of assassinations and attempted assassinations in recent weeks, making it the most dangerous place in the country. The violence and the targets, which include imams, mirrors that in Derna last year before it fell into the hands of Islamic State forces.
IS and its increasingly close ally, the Ajdabiya Revolutionaries’ Shoura Council, stand accused of the wave of killings. [/restrict]