The radical group of ISIS has released new video footage that shows its militants setting up a checkpoint in central Libya.
The video showed a group of ISIS fugitives checking cars and trucks in the desert road between Al-Jufra and Abu Grein town.
The video, which was posted by the group’s propaganda outlet Amaq News Agency, also showed two captives; one is member of Libya’s Constitution Drafting Assembly, Sagayar Majri, and the other is Mohammed Abu Bakr, a member of the Petroleum Facilities Guard.
Sagayar Majri was abducted in May 2017.
Last week, ISIS fugitives attacked Al- Fugaha checkpoint in Al-Jufra, killing at least 10 Dignity Operation fighters.