Tortured dissident who won £ 500,000 from UK for its role in rendition wanted 'for terror attacks'

Tortured dissident who won £ 500,000 from UK for its role in rendition wanted 'for terror attacks'


Tortured dissident who won £ 500,000 from Britain for his role in his rendition in 2004 was wanted for terror attacks on oil terminals and airbase in LibyaAdbel Hakim Belhaj is wanted about alleged involvement in terror attacks in Libya Libya descended into civil war following the overthrow or Muammar GaddafiMr Belhaj was the leader of the Libyan Islamic Fighting Group, allied to al QaedaHe received an apology from Theresa May for Britain's role in his rendition By

Middle East Correspondent For The Daily Mail

Published:
17:00 EST, 6 January 2019

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Updated:
17:05 EST, January 6, 2019