How six brothers – and their lions – terrorised a Libyan town

Below him, shaven-headed Abdul-Rahim was in charge of “internal security” – dealing with any suspected traitor, while gaunt-faced Mohsen was the “minister of defence”, in charge of the Kanis’ militia. “Abdul-Rahim was the number one killer; after him: Mohsen,” Hamza Dila’ab remembers. He says he, and many others who fled Tarhuna, informed successive governments in Tripoli about the murders, “but unfortunately those governments just ignored all the Kanis’ crimes, because the Kanis’ militia was useful to them”.

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