There is a very distinct reason why any Egyptian connection to the Benghazi attack on 9/11/12 is extremely important. That reason is simple. The parent organization of all Sunni Islamic terror groups – including al-Qaeda and Ansar Al-Sharia – was the official governing body of Egypt at the time, led by President Mohammed Mursi. This leads to the findings in a Senate Committee report.
Feinstein: Senate Dem has conceded Egyptian involvement in Benghazi.
A Select Bipartisan U.S. Senate Committee (SSCI) has confirmed that the title of a report we first published on June 30th of last year – and have continued updating since – is accurate. Egypt was involved in the Benghazi attacks, according to the exhaustive 85-page report released this week. In the report, there were two references to the network named after Muhammad Jamal Abdo Al-Kashif; it’s called the Jamal Network.
There are two references in the report to al-Kashif’s group, first on page 10, during a reference to a CIA report from July of 2012:
In the report, CIA stated: “Al-Qa’ida-affiliated groups and associates are exploiting the permissive security environment in Libya to enhance their capabilities and expand their operational reach. This year, Muhammad Jamal’s Egypt-based network, al-Qa’ida in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP), and ai-Qa’ida in the Lands of the Islamic Maghreb (AQIM) have conducted training, built communication networks, and facilitated extremist travel across North Africa from their safe haven in parts of eastern Libya.”