Daou al-Salhine al-Jadak

Daou al-Salhine al-Jadak
Daou al-Salhine al-Jadak
Personal details
Born Bani Walid, Libya
Died 28 September 2011
Bani Walid, Libya
Religion Islam
Military service
Allegiance  Libya National Transitional Council (2011)
Service/branch National Liberation Army (Libya)
Years of service 2011
Rank Field commander
Commands Bani Walid
Battles/wars 2011 Libyan civil war
*Battle of Bani Walid

Daou al-Salhine al-Jadak was a field commander for the forces of the National Transitional Council of Libya during the Civil War. Jadak was imprisoned for more than 18 years by Moammar Gadhafi's regime and was leading anti-Gadhafi forces in their battle for control of Bani Walid [1] which eventually succeded in October. Jadak came from Bani Walid himself.[2] He had told AFP two days before his death that he had been imprisoned for more than 18 years for helping organise a 1993 rebellion.[3]

Death

Jadak was among 11 NTC fighters killed in a heavy rocket barrage at Bani Walid by Pro-Gaddafi forces his car was struck by a rocket as he headed towards the front. This was confirmed by NTC chief negotiator Abdullah Kenshil.[4]

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