Al-Mesmari confirmed in a press conference that they have information that Turkey prepared a list of 229 terrorists in Syria to take them to Libya, indicating that some of them arrived in Tripoli, and others are preparing to come to it, and reviewed a list of the most prominent and dangerous terrorists who arrived during the recent period to the capital, Tripoli, and from between them:
- The Egyptian terrorist classified on the terrorist lists of a number of countries, "Osama al-Sayed Qassem" and nicknamed "Abu al-Harith al-Masri", who is sentenced to 50 years in prison in the case of the assassination of the late Egyptian President Mohamed Anwar Sadat and wanted for the Egyptian security in the case of assassinations, managed to escape to Libya in 2013 and joined the "Ansar al-Sharia" organization in Benghazi, before turning to Syria in 2016 after the Libyan army eliminated terrorist organizations in the Libyan East, and there was a terrorist leader in" Jabhet al-Nusra" and then moved to Heyat Tahrir al-Sham HTS and became working under the auspices of the Turkish and Qatari intelligence, he moved between Syria and Turkey, and cooperation signed with him as a mercenary for Accord Government in Libya.
- “Bilal bin Yusuf bin Muhammad al-Shawashy”, who was nicknamed “Abu Yahya Zakaria”, a Tunisian, who traveled from his country to Libya in 2013 and from there to Turkey to appear in Syria in the city of al-Bab within the “Jabhet al-Nusra” and there are those who confirm his joining ISIS before he defected from him and fled to Turkey after orders from the organization to arrest him with a large group of ISIS North Africa, a dangerous terrorist who was hired to support the ranks of Accord Government.
- Abdullah Muhammad al-Anzi, who was nicknamed "Abu Muhammad al-Jazarawi", a Saudi national born in 1993, entered Syria from Turkey in 2015, joined ISIS and fought against the Syrian army in Damascus and Homs countryside and became Amir of the militia "Aswad al-Adnani", then He moved to the city of Azaz after the Syrian army had tightened the noose on ISIS in 2017 and joined the "Ahrar al-Sharqiya" militia as a military commander, a dangerous terrorist wanted by several security forces who had been brought to the capital Tripoli to fight within accord forces.
Among the mercenaries arriving in the capital, Tripoli, also, is Yahya Taher Farghali, an Egyptian national called Abu al-Faraj al-Farghali, who is the head of the legal bureau of Ahrar al-Sham mercenaries that is affiliated with al-Qaeda. He founded 9 combat brigades in the name of al-Fateh brigades, most of which are in Libya.