Tunisia asks for public’s help in search for ‘dangerous terrorists’
The Tunisian interior ministry is seeking the public’s help after naming three individuals it described as 'dangerous terrorists'
The Tunisian interior ministry is seeking the public’s help after naming three individuals it described as “dangerous terrorists.”
In a statement Sunday, the ministry listed the wanted “terrorists” as Algerian Khaled Hamadi al-Shayeb, alias Luqman Abu Sakhar, Algerian Mohammad Amin Mahkuka, alias Abu Ayman al-Wahrani, and Tunisian Hisham bin Mohammad bin Abdelrazak, who is known as al-Rabeh.
According to Tunisian authorities, the three men are wanted for their involvement in preparing terrorist operations as well for their involvement in previous terrorist operations.
The statement, which included the names and photos of the three men, urged citizens to inform authorities about any information they may have on the wanted individuals.